Would you buy a All-in-One?


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Catalyst

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Since All-in-One (printer, scanner, copier) are so popular nowadays, I wonder how many clubsnappers here own one or intend to own one. Otherwise, what deter you from buying one?
 

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i understand that the cheaper all in ones are usually using inkjet to print. that may somewhat be a disadvantage if you are using it to photocopy?
hmm
 

mpenza

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it's not a problem. it wasn't meant as a highend fast speed photocopying machine (aka office/schoole photocopiers) ;p it's only for occassional use.
 

MashiMaro

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Catalyst said:
Would you buy a All-in-One?
I have an HP all-in-one served me well for years to scan/copy, fax and document printing, shared in my home network. Worth every cents.
Not for photo printing, though.. (if you are picky about the quality of your prints)
 

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vince123123

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hmm yeap, but my concern wasn't so much cos of speed, but more of issues like ink running when touching water or moisture from the hands, smudging etc... :dunno:

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it's not a problem. it wasn't meant as a highend fast speed photocopying machine (aka office/schoole photocopiers) ;p it's only for occassional use.
 

jbma

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I have a HP model and serves me well. Uses it for photocopying and printing for my daughter's school work. Also print photos for her. I print my photos on my own personal 7 ink tank Espon. Overall quite good for normal use.
 

justarius

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My girlfriend has a HP all in one which came free when she bought a new laptop. I 'kapoh' it now and again to put my photos online to share with family and friends. The scan quality isn't there at all, and it can't scan slides, but for a free gift, guess it's alright. :D
 

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