lionel4287 at yahoo.com
Fri May 9 21:43:08 CDT 2003
--- "Sheldon T. Hall" <shel at cmhcsys.com> wrote:
> I need to do something about the printing situation around here. A
> ribbon-eating dot-matrix printer and a USB-on-Windows-only inkjet
> unit do not for happiness make.
A sad state of affairs...
> Is there any way to make a non-power-saving laser printer
> (specifically a
> Panasonic KX-P4420) get with the Energy Star program and curb its
That would be a neat trick. ;^)
> The printer works fine, but its either on or off, and when it's on,
> it's so
> power hungry that it dims the room lights when its heater is on.
> Even my
> 3500 Watt espresso machine doesn't do that.
Ugh, I think it is time for a new printer.
> Failing that ... what's a good PostScript-capable, power-saving,
> network-attachable laser printer, and does anyone around Seattle have
> one of which he wishes to be rid?
Something like this would be nice:
Postscript is available for a printer like this for about $40 from
HP 4m's are nice too, but only 600x600 (the HP 2100s are 1200x1200 @ 10
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