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I m looking into buying a new printer and I wanted to know from everyone here that has time and would be willing to tell me, what your suggestion would be for both a brand of printer and model. I plan on just using for basic stuff at home, but I would like it to be good quality printing and resolution because I may eventually be printing some photos and things like that. Please keep in mind that I am on a rather tight budget, so if you could include a price on your suggestions, it would be most helpful. Thanks for you time and your help.
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in my experience....as long as it's not made my lexmark....you should be fine...we use alot of different HP's here at work..i've gat good experience with epson and canon as well....the biggest problems i've ever had with any printers...all revolve around lexmark...they're printers just suck...as far as make and model..i've got nothing specific...but...just wanted to give you the opinion there...hps are generally good for normal use...as are the canon's and epsons..canon has spent alot of money makin photo printers to go with thier cameras..so they're somthing to look at for photo printing
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