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My printer went down, an Epson C-80 about three years old.
I found it is just as expensive to repair it as to purchase a new
one. I do no business on my computer, write a letter or two
occasionally, make labels for CD's, print some pictures
occasionally. Since I purchased my Epson I have become
disabled and find myself on a fixed income. What kind of
printer would you reccommend for my general use.
I would like to keep it at about $100.00 to no more than
$130.00 or so. Hope you can help me out here.
If you don't print much, then ink prices are not a big concern.
In that case you could get a $30 Lexmark printer.
The funny thing about that printer is that the ink cartridges are
twice as expensive as the printer. ($30.5 black + $33.5 color)
HP has printers from $50 and up:
Because we use ONE printer for the entire office, we use an
HP 3-in-one (Scanner, Printer, Copier) that has really easy
to refill cartridges. It's over 3 years old now and still
chugging away as reliably as on day 1.
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