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    Quote Originally Posted by duncan99210 View Post
    We have a Canon Pixma iP100, which has a colour and black cartridges. It is small - less than A4 footprint - and robust. We've had it since we left 4 summers ago and it's still working just fine. Cartridges are expnsive but we don't use it much and they seem to last about 6 months or so.
    Me too!

    I wouldn't be without it. Small, fast and the cartridges are not stupidly expensive either. See http://reviews.cnet.com/inkjet-print...-32937288.html.
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    I can also recommend the Canon iP100. I set to to only print greyscale, hoping that will save me some money on the cartridges.
    I also have a tiny Canon scanner which is invaluable

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    Yeah I do have the Printer and exactly of Canon with black cartridge and small in size and working well for me .

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    Quote Originally Posted by timchapman View Post
    I can also recommend the Canon iP100. I set to to only print greyscale, hoping that will save me some money on the cartridges.
    I also have a tiny Canon scanner which is invaluable
    Similar set up, except I brought the printer and scanner from home when we left. They dont get used often but are invaluable cos' when needed they are right there.

    I've recently taken to removing the print cartridges and wrapping them in cling film between usages to try and extend the life - I'm sure ink was evaporating more quickly than used due to the long gaps between uses.
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    Ours is a Canon i80, possibly obsolete now but still working perfectly. Small and low profile, fits into a cave locker.
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    Yes - HP and a bit on the big side cos the one we took away died in Portugal and this was all we could get. Vital for printing travel bookings and copies of passports, ship's papers etc

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    HP 1018 BW laser 4 years old and no problems, what I like about lasers is that they always work we had inkjet before but every time we wanted to use it (say once every 6 months) we needed a new cartridge - expensive for 1 page! anyway the laser sits in the locker comes out prints page or two with no hassle and goes away again.

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    Epson Stylus DX4000. Copier/printer/scanner etc. Footprint slightly larger than A4 and about 8" deep. As said, very handy when needed.

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    Canon Pixma ip90 - great bit of kit Colour & B/W

    http://www.canon.co.uk/For_Home/Prod...et/PIXMA_iP90/

    Just printed off a boarding pass for a visitor. Had it for about 5 years now and never a problem

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    Quote Originally Posted by davewarburton View Post
    Canon Pixma ip90 - great bit of kit Colour & B/W

    http://www.canon.co.uk/For_Home/Prod...et/PIXMA_iP90/

    Just printed off a boarding pass for a visitor. Had it for about 5 years now and never a problem
    What, the same boarding pass has worked for five years?

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