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Good and inexpensive wireless printer

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So the PC that we have our networked printer connected to died, so rather than replace the PC I figure we just get a wireless printer instead.

I was looking at this one, which seems to have a lot of cool features for the price.

It also needs to be an all-in-one and the printing technology doesn't matter as long as it can do both B&W and color.
post #2 of 3
I've got a Canon M620 and love it. I don't think they don't sell it anymore, but I would look for it's successor if I was buying another wireless printer.
I'd look into it further but I gotta get to work.
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i5-2500K @4.4GHz Asus P8P67 Pro EVGA GTX 570 @800/1950 G.Skill Ripjaws X 8GB 
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1TB Caviar Black + 300GB Velociraptor Lite-on iHAS424-98 Windows 7 Pro 64bit Asus VW266H + VW246H 
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Microsoft Sidewinder X4 Corsair Pro AX750 NZXT Phantom - White Logitech G9x 
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Alright I will look into that and see which one may be the next model in that series.
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