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I have has good luck with an HP laser printer, and even a HP colored Laser [till it died].

Now my laserjet 2300's duplex system is now working well, but it was used when I bought it.  For inkjet printers, I prefer ink-tank versions. I have had good luck with Canon inkjet printers.  Since I use Ubuntu Linux, I first look for ones that support Linux, which requires me to look to the UK site where Canon seems to support Linux, while not supporting it in the USA.

Now, if you are needing a large monthly printing life, and the scanner/copier/fax included, I have seen a lot of good HP printer systems.  It seems that every office I go to has a HP business printer with 2-5 paper trays.

SO, I would thing HP for b&w laser printing and look into the business inkjet printers [up to $1000] that has been designed for 10,000 + pages a month.

On 03/01/2018 08:45 AM, Alexander Thurgood wrote:
Le 01/03/2018 à 13:58, Kurt Jaeger a écrit :


I suppose it is horses for courses, as they say.

At work, I have a networked Kyocera FS-C5150DN, it is slow by modern
standards but trusty.

I also have a networked HP MFP X576dw - lightning fast, colour OK,
although colour calibration is not quite what appears on screen (typical
HP). It can scan to virtually anything in the office over the network,
takes USB keys, etc, and handles wireless and phone app printing (even
printing over the internet if that is your thing)

Both can do duplex.

I have been rather surprised at the excellent print speed of the HP
though, so much so that I bought a second (slightly different model) for
my home office.


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