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    Anyone recommend a multifunction laser printer?

    There are loads available but reviews are virtually non existant for any of them. Don't really want to buy one blind
    Prefer Canon, HP or Brother but will consider any brand. And it has to have a fax

    Anyone purchased something similar recently?

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    I have a HP CM1312nfi MFP, not the quickest of things in the world and doesnt like mass amount of photos put through it at once but does the job well enough.

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    Samsung CLX670 is a good MFP.

    USB port to scan onto as well as photocopier options both greyscale and colour.

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    Thanks guys, those give me something to work with. Wasn't initially after colour laser, but they seem to be barely any more than mono ones!

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    We have a HP 2320 MFP, had it about 3 months and no problems yet.

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    Large Volume(B&W Only) - Canon iRC 7086
    Colour - Canon iRC 2550

    If you can afford it - mid range Kyocera.

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    We are looking at the moment for a MFP laser as well, although one with a network option. Had looked at the HP LaserJet Pro CM1415fn but put off by the speed of it. Being in the finance office needs to have a bit of speed behind it.

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    We installed a mix of Toshiba eStudio 2330C, 4520C & eStudio855 across the school in January 2011, 10x in total. Very good print quality. The 855 is mono & gets a hammering by admin.

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    If only i had that much money to spend... small desktop sized unit for a few hundred pounds is a push!

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    If you can find one, the Canon iR1024 is a cheap little MFC B&W laser. Very easy toner changes too - you can even train a teacher to do them.

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