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good laser printer for flyers?

Discussion in 'Off Topic' started by tommy_ed, Aug 31, 2011.

  1. tommy_ed

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    hey guys i'm hoping you can help me!

    ill be going on tour this winter and i need a (at least relatively) small laser printer that does really well at printing flyers (they would be a rather long rectangle shape, your standard flyer basically) i'll also be printing on those little paper cd sleeves, i like to use them for free demos to pass out
    also, they would need to have a good print quality as far as colors and all that go. i'd like to keep the price below or around $100, and brand doesn't matter to me.

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    Well, depending on how long the fliers are will really depend on the price. I recently just had to purchase a printer since my Fiance, who is in school for web design. She needed a printer that would print documents that were 11x17. If they are longer fliers, I'm not quite sure if you will find one for a $100.

    The printer I just purchased was an HP Wide Format 7500A, and that one cost me $180.

    Some fliers are quite long, so deciding on a size beforehand will really help things. Since most printers can't print anything bigger than 8x11.
     
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    8X11 would probably be sufficient, considering i'm wanting to keep the size of the unit itself down as much as possible, as i'll be living in a pop up camper lol also forgot to mention, WiFi capability is a must
     

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