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Re: OT- new toy

Thanks, Theresa.  One big advantage of this machine is that the
toner cartridges cost less than half the price of the old Canon
cartridges.  They may not last as long, but the Canon toners
were a huge hit every time.
In a message dated 1/5/2009 11:12:29 PM Eastern Standard Time, 
macycat3@sbcglobal.net writes:

I have had the black and white version of this for several years and it 
is fantastic.  Never any problem at all.

P.S.  The cheapest replacement toner cartridges are from Costco.

Aplfgcnys@aol.com wrote:
> Just bought myself a new toy.  My large 15-yr.-old Canon copier decided not
> to make any more copies.  It's been baulky for a while, so I wasn't too 
> surprised.
> What I found at Staples was a combination copier, fax, and scanner for 
> considerably less money than I had paid for the original copier.  This one 
> a Brother, prints in color and will auto-feed up to 15 pages.  Chet wanted 
> buy a big, heavy-duty Canon again, but I couldn't see the justification for 
> it.
> I do a lot of desk-top publishing, but not enough for an office-level 
>  He used to have a Brother printer some years ago, and doesn't remember 
> that it gave him any trouble.  I bought a 3-year service contract that will 
> just 
> replace it if anything goes wrong.  Who knows, three years may be more 
> than I will need it anyway.
> The best thing is that this machine is compact - much smaller than the
> old copier, and additionally will replace my old fax machine and scanner -
> both of which are rather large.  I don't know what I will do with all the 
> extra
> space on my desk.
> Have any of you had experience with Brother machines?  I think Chet was 
> just shopping names - like insisting he had to have a Nikon camera when 
> he wasn't much of a photographer anyway.
> Auralie

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