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    Printer Advice , and Maybe even a Where to buy ?

    Morning Chaps ,

    I need to buy a printer , i suppose a printer ,Scanner , copier would all prove useful.....
    Heres the "" Q "" what will work best with a 13" MAc laptop , with OS X El capitain installed , the Actual Puter is Quite old
    2009 ish...
    For now i will be using the MAC , but i intend to get myself a Shiney new Computer soon , with windows OS

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    If you print infrequently then get a mono laser. For the odd occasion you need a colour print do it at work, neighbour or pay for it. Inkjets are not good for infrequent use.
    If several devices will use it consider a WiFi printer.

    Check Samsung as they have been good for me in the past.
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    For the money, these do a pretty good job and double-sided printing is easy.

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    Have a look at Brother MFC JD series and uses generic carts

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    I brought a HP Envy 5030 in April this year, been impressed with it

    Less than £50 here;

    https://www.amazon.co.uk/HP-Printer-...s=hp+envy+5030
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    Canon Pixmas do well on "Which" tests.

    Cheap and cheerful and available from Currys PC World.

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    Another vote for the HP Envy range. Got one from Argos well under £50, easy to set up and prints + scans easily and wirelessly from my 5 year old Macbook. Just download the HP Easyscan app once you've got the printer.

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