Some advice with printer...

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    Hi all,

    I am looking to buy an Laser/Inkjet printer in the 4k range... I haven't been up to date with the printer side of things.. so any suggestions would be great. Also, since I only intend to take B/W printouts, a laser one would be good I suppose, not sure though. Any heads up would be great!

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    -yogesh
     
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    Allright,

    I have been looking around and found these :-

    HP LaserJet 1020
    Samsung ML 1610

    Anyone has some experience with these printers?

    -yogesh
     
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    "HP LaserJet 1020"
    Is it still available?
    HP's site doesn't shows it in it's product range.
    Check again.
    You maybe getting a new piece from an old or leftover stock.
     
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    HP printer helps in the long run because of easily available supplies (cartridges etc.) as well as repairs, though people who own printers from other manufacturers (canon, epson etc) could say otherwise.
    but it is largely true for India.
     
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    Canon LBP 3000.. awesome printer.. just for 6k or maybe less.. its toner can be refilled..
     
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