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    Hey,

    We're looking at renewing our main printer in the IT Suite. We currently have a Xerox 8560, but it keeps eating ink.

    We do not want to lease, but does anyone have any recommendations. We're looking for cheap running costs.

    Many thanks,
    Nath

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    We just got a Brother HL-4040 on an offer from Silicon Alley.

    They seem pretty good and are quite cheap to run

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    We use Kyocera printers here, primarily FS3900DNs. Networkable, duplex units as standard, pretty fast, reliable so far and economical toners. All in all, I'd recommend them.

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    We have started using Kyocera printers here over the last year. We have 1350DN, 2020DN, 3920DN and 5350DN printers.

    We haven't had any issues so far - and reading about them they are supposed to be good for low cost toner usage.

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    250 for a canon LBP7750Cdn

    Just bought one for our geography department and bolted it on to our current canon lease (we own it but the lease sorts our toners + maintenance) So far it's excellent.

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    Kyocera make nice knifes too!
    you may find the the software isnt amazing with them - if the Xerox isnt performing might be worth looking at HP?

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    Refurbished HP LaserJet 4200's from ICT Direct are well worth it, cheap toners if you get re-manufactured ones and they are build very solidly.

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    We have Kyocera's and RISO's. Please dont get RISO's though, they'll be broken more than they are working :\

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    Agree with the Brother HL-4040. We chose this to be the model of choice now that the HP CP3505's are EOL.

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    Another shout for the Brother HL-4040; very solid bit of kit with some well priced ink

    Mark

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    Ricoh SPC430DN would be my recommendation for an ICT Suite, the initial purchase cost is a bit expensive, but after that you just pay a cost per page which includes all consumables and a 4 hour response on-site warranty. Make sure you go direct to Ricoh and get it on the OGCBRM450 pricing. We did quite a lot of TCO comparison with other printers and this comes out really well.

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