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    Small All-In-One Laser

    Been asked by the reception staff to find an all-in-one (or 3 in one) laser printer. The only thing is it needs to be rather small (width and height)

    Needs to be colour, but apart from that nothing special!

    Any ideas?

    (can be a very good inkjet with large cartridges!

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    The Samsung one - Samsung CLX-2160 - Multifunction ( colour ) - laser - copying (up to): 16 ppm (mono) / 4 ppm (colour) - printing (up to): 16 ppm (mono) / 4 ppm (colour) - 150 sheets - Hi-Speed USB - Ebuyer is great, and not that big, I don't think you will find one smaller than that TBH, it is built on the worlds smallest colour laser technology

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    Quote Originally Posted by button_ripple View Post
    Been asked by the reception staff to find an all-in-one (or 3 in one) laser printer. The only thing is it needs to be rather small (width and height)

    Needs to be colour, but apart from that nothing special!
    Could you give some idea of dimensions as that may well knock quite a few out of the running.

    (can be a very good inkjet with large cartridges!
    I'm thinking you could get away with the L7680 (or the L7480 if the ADF would cause problems). Couple that with a CIS from some company (now what was my firm called again? :P) and you could do something similar.

    One of my schools has the L7780 kitted out as above and it's big (extra paper tray with duplexer) but if you drop the L7480 you get no ADF, no duplexer and no extra tray which may drop it to the right size.

    If you could go the L7680 route though I'd recommend it as fast, cheap (Use XL carts) and well featured.

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