On Monday 19 January 2009 17:15:54 Michael Comperchio wrote: > Mike Chambers wrote: > > On Mon, 2009-01-19 at 10:24 -0500, Michael Comperchio wrote: > >> What would be the best choice in inexpensive printers for use with > >> Fedora? I'm relatively new to F10, though I've used Linux before. I'm > >> hoping to never have to boot to the windoze side again. But printing > >> and the inability to sync up with my Palm Lifedrive are the major > >> holdups for that. I can probably live without the Livedrive...but I do > >> need to print > > > > HP printers seem to be very well supported. Also I think Brothers > > printers are as well. I don't know about Lexmark, but they may be > > supported good now, or at least better than before. > > I had an HP D1300 (REAL inexpensive, but the power supply crapped out > and the realities of life are that a new one (power supply) would end up > costing more than the silly little printer did in the first place. > > I just checked out Staples and they have an HP Photosmart C4580 Inket > All-in-One that ends up being $104 out the door and is supported > (according to http://hplipopensource.com/hplip-web) by HPLIP. Next > questions will be how to make it work when I can't figure it out1 :) > I use a Photosmart C7180 all-in-one, also supported in HPLIP. I don't think you'll be disappointed. Anne
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