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Cannon or HP Scanner???

Discussion in 'Peripherals' started by shwetanshu, Mar 15, 2006.

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  1. shwetanshu

    shwetanshu New Member

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    I have HP 1100 series. Its quite COOL!!
    It supports Print,scan,copy,fax.
    2 years no prob.But the HP cartridge and quite expensive.But they last for atleast a year.
    About the Scaner:Its totally COOL!!
    So if you dont have a printer then go for this COMBO.
     
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    i already have a prnter and i thought of having a MFD but due to space probs i cant
     
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    OK then.
    Go for HP scanner. My 2 years of experience say :
    Its Awsome.
    Also the software use for scanning is also good.You can even edit the images and save them as TIFF, JPEG & PDF!!!
    best luck!
     
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    If you are not too averse to buying something other than HP or Canon then imho have a look at Microtek Scanmaker 3840. I bought it 6 months ago and it has better resolution (2400 x 1200) when compared to HP/Canon. Works great and has good warranty support from Rashi Peripherals. Also if you ever think about trying Linux then you will face problems with HP and Canon as they are not supported while Microtek 3840 has good support.
     
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    And to add to the confusion...i'd say go in for a canon scanner. My 4 years experience says its really good :)
     
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