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Color Printer Question

Anybody ever use a Kyocera MitaFS-C5030N?

Any thoughts about Kyocera in general?


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Re: Color Printer Question

I've got a customer using that and they like it.

Plus it supports NetWare/NDPS even (I vaguely remember you can even do a scan to file and write to an NCP share)

Most of the HP stuff only does Windows only (that I've seen).

As to how well they are (how long they last) I don't know. We used to have Kyocera copiers at the library I worked at and they broke down all the time, but to be honest, ALL the copiers broke down all the time.
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Re: Color Printer Question

On Wed, 2009-11-18 at 21:14 +0000, kjhurni wrote:
> I've got a customer using that and they like it.
>
> Plus it supports NetWare/NDPS even (I vaguely remember you can even do
> a scan to file and write to an NCP share)
>
> Most of the HP stuff only does Windows only (that I've seen).
>
> As to how well they are (how long they last) I don't know. We used to
> have Kyocera copiers at the library I worked at and they broke down all
> the time, but to be honest, ALL the copiers broke down all the time.
>
>


Not sure about NDPS, but I do know my HP CP3505dn will speak IPX.
It's a nice network printer.... IMHO, since it's postscript, should
work with practically anything.

I'd avoid HP's low end printers. They make good printers for
business... just avoid the HP bargain bin.



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Re: Color Printer Question

For a Kyoto company that originally made ceramics, I liked their old tea
cups.

Craig wrote:
> Anybody ever use a Kyocera MitaFS-C5030N?
>
> Any thoughts about Kyocera in general?
>
>

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