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    We had HP printers around the School for years then these guys offered us a deal on Kyocera FS C5350DN printers. If we agree to buy at least two full toner sets off them a year we can have the printers for free and they will provide us with next day onsite support for them. There is no contract once we have purchased two full sets we can send them back at anytime. We now have 5 of these dotted around the school and they have been working without a hitch for about 18 months now. If your thinking of trying out Kyoceras have a chat to them, if you dont like them you can always just use the two sets and then send them back.
    Also we have asked lots of other companies to give us quotes on full toner Sets and Laserlife are selling them the cheapest as well. Not sure how they make their money off the deal must just purely on toner profits.

    Laserlife - More than, printer repairs

    Good luck

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    we used these guys, www.e-sol.co.uk I think they specialise in education.

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    Have a look at the Sharp MFP range, cannot fault them.

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    Try UTAX devices, they are becoming increasing popular I've heard.

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    Quote Originally Posted by brownbread View Post
    Try UTAX devices, they are becoming increasing popular I've heard.
    They are just Kyocera with another badge unless they have changed partner

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    Quote Originally Posted by korova_blue View Post
    We have a couple of Kyocera FS-C5150DN on site. They are OK, but there is no way (that I've found) to get them to default to black and white printing for each user profile, which is what the IT department here prefer to save toner. With the HPs you could at least use their driver config tools to reset the defaults to the desired settings for all users.
    It's quite easy you install a second printer called black and white and you set that as default printer instead of the colour one thus they have to change printer driver to print in colour yet all the prints come out in the same place regardless. This is what we've done with our Kyocera beastie which is an excellent printer btw got it below cost price for most sellers.

    you can also now get 3rd party toners for the Kyocera which work out incredibly cheap!

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