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(Daily Mail)   Woman jailed for selling £160,000 worth of printer cartridges bought with public money on eBay. Note: Article does not mention if the 5 cartridges were recovered   ( divider line
    More: Dumbass, eBay, NHS, ink cartridges, Liverpool Crown Court, account manager  
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2014-03-02 07:41:58 AM  

M-G: ZzeusS: I just picked up one of those new HP PageWrite full edge to edge inkjet printers - X451dn.  MAN that thing is awesome.

Same here.  It was about half the price of a color laser with a comparable duty cycle rating.  A lot of ink coverage will give you that lovely soggy page, but that's not our normal use.

I wish we could somehow have a thread just about this stuff.  This printer is the first printer I've owned in probably 10 years that has really impressed me.

It's all about the paper.  I use 20lb or 24lb for General news article or our newsletter print.  It actually gives somewhat of a grainy font (upon close inspection) that I would like to get even if I couldn't otherwise with this.  26/28lb  (or 120 grams per square meter, the g/sm is a better metric) for Professional.  And Cardstock or Index for quick postcards on Presentation.

It will pull a full block of Envelopes as well as Card Stock - even doing double sided card stock - out of the default Tray 2.  I have no idea what magic space alien feeder tech they are using to pull 260 g/sm and duplex it, but I like it.
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