Printer and refill recommendation 



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Good Morning,  !
Today is Thursday, May 3

Shelley asked about a printer recommendation,
just black and nothing fancy, but low cost.
Finding a good deal for her was easy, for that I usually go
to the small or medium business section at DELL.
I found a fast, 20 page per minute laser printer for $78.
That is a fantastic deal!

It turns out, that is an introductory price, like my 1320c
was five years ago. I sure am glad I jumped at that!

Because it is an introduction, toner refills are not listed
yet at Atlantic Inkjet. No problem. I contacted Dimitris, 
the big boss there, and an hour later had the price and
order number for the toner refill kit.

The price Dimitris offered is going to knock some socks off!
Less than a penny per page! If you are used to 16 cents per
page ink from Walmart or Staples, that looks irresistible!

Details are down in the Tech Support Pit section.
Have FUN!
DearWebby

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DearWebby


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Tech Support Pits: From: Shelley Re: Need a printer recommendation Hey webby I love your newsletter, thanks for the smiles! Quick question from a broke student, I need a reliable printer that doesn't have to be fast, noiseless, fancy, or tiny but that I can read reasonably well for school and doesn't cost an arm and a leg to print on. I don't even mind if it is just black and white. The ones you get now are either disposable and break as soon as the receipt is dry and/or the ink costs more than the printer did. Thank you for your wisdom! Shelley Dear Shelley Forget the free and cheap printers. They are just traps to get you locked into having to buy expensive ink. Sorry for not answering faster. I was haggling out a better deal for you. You can get a DELL 1130 black Laser Printer for $79, and be quite safe in expecting it to last longer than your stay at college and university, even though all your friends will come over to print their stuff. I use it's color version, the DELL 1320c for the 5th year now, and it still prints like it did when it was new. You can get Toner refill kits for the DELL 1130 from Atlantic Inkjet. com. It is not listed on their site yet, but they will show it by the time you need a refill. Here is the order number and price, in case you need a refill sooner: 195-478-01: Dell 1130, 1133 MFP, 1135 (2MMJP / 330-9523) refill with chip (2500 yield) $27.99 In addition to that fantastic price, if you use coupon code webby , you will get another 20% discount. Calculate that out! $27.99 - 20% = $22.392 $22.392 / 2500 = 0.0089568 That works out to 0.896 CENTS! Not dollars, CENTS! Less than a penny per page! And your friends, who have ink on their fingers, pay 10 - 16 cents per page! With a Laser printer, all of your acquaintances with overpriced inkjets, that need expensive 16 cents per page ink, will become VERY friendly very suddenly. If you charge them 2 cents per page, they still get an excellent deal, and your own printing is more than paid for. Go for that DELL 1130 while it is on sale at $79 in the Small and Medium Business section, and print out this letter, so that you have the order number and the coupon code, when you need it. In case you were wondering, YES, all subscribers can use the coupon code webby , and get a 20% discount off the already low catalog price at Atlantic Inket. com It works on any ink or toner. Have FUN! DearWebby
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