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Old July 30th 07, 06:17 PM posted to comp.periphs.printers
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Default Lexmark printers - recommended?

Aldi are doing a very cheap MFC printer from Thursday.

http://uk.aldi.com:80/special_buys/productnl_318.html

What are they like for cartridges (i.e. compatibles etc,)?
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Old July 30th 07, 07:47 PM posted to comp.periphs.printers
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"'Nel'" wrote in news[email protected]
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What are they like for cartridges (i.e. compatibles etc,)?


Lexmark= Head-On-Card = Not good for aftermarket consumables.

Aa a rule, I recommend you avould H-O-C printers, especially Lexmark.
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Old July 30th 07, 08:34 PM posted to comp.periphs.printers
Richard Steinfeld[_2_]
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Default Lexmark printers - recommended?

Gary Tait wrote:
"'Nel'" wrote in news[email protected]
gui.ntli.net:

What are they like for cartridges (i.e. compatibles etc,)?


Lexmark= Head-On-Card = Not good for aftermarket consumables.

Aa a rule, I recommend you avould H-O-C printers, especially Lexmark.


What does "Head-On-Card" mean? I've never heard this term before.

Thanks.

Richard
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Old July 31st 07, 01:03 AM posted to comp.periphs.printers
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On Jul 30, 10:17 am, "'Nel'" wrote:
Aldi are doing a very cheap MFC printer from Thursday.

http://uk.aldi.com:80/special_buys/productnl_318.html

What are they like for cartridges (i.e. compatibles etc,)?


LEXMARK ARE HARD TO REFILL. GET A CANON.

STAN

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Old July 31st 07, 01:55 AM posted to comp.periphs.printers
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Default Lexmark printers - recommended?

wrote:

On Jul 30, 10:17 am, "'Nel'" wrote:

Aldi are doing a very cheap MFC printer from Thursday.

http://uk.aldi.com:80/special_buys/productnl_318.html

What are they like for cartridges (i.e. compatibles etc,)?



LEXMARK ARE HARD TO REFILL. GET A CANON.

STAN




Oops! You mean measher****head...hahaha...got ya!
Frank
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Old July 31st 07, 01:39 PM posted to comp.periphs.printers
Gary Tait
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Default Lexmark printers - recommended?

Richard Steinfeld wrote in
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What does "Head-On-Card" mean? I've never heard this term before.


Head-On-Cartrige. Meaning the printer itslf has no head, just this holder
with electrical contacts that goes back and forth. The heads (the part that
squirts in onto the paper) is part of the ink tank you have to keep buying.
The plus side is, for OEM, you get a new head each time. The downside is,
with refilled cartridges (the only way to have an aftermarket for them,
since the aftermarket company cannot make such cartridges), you don't know
the condition of the head.
 




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