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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • I waited 10 years to finally get a Phaser and, sadly, will have to part with it before we move due to the power difference and difficult availability of consumables in .fi but you should look into buying a new or reconditioned one from Xerox. Having a colour printer at home is so luxurious it feels decadent :)

    Canon also makes some very impressive photo/colour printers for the home these days in the under $600 range. One really nice feature of the Apple store is that they list the price of the printer and the price of the consumables for all the printers they sell since people often don't take that into consideration when buying a printer.

    • How much do you want for it? And what are the costs of consumables/drums/etc?
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      "Perl users are the Greatful Dead fans of computer science." --slashdot comment
    • I got a Canon inkjet photo printer recently, and the output on photo paper is remarkable. I can barely see any dots; from a few feet away, it looks as good as a "regular" photo.
    • I have a Canon S900. It's great. I meant to return it to get the S9000 (bigger format, otherwise the same) instead, but was never able to part with the S900.

      Really nice quality photos; and much faster than the Epsons. The only thing I am missing is proper ColorSync (which the Epsons have), but with a bit of trial and error in the beginning it makes really nice colors now.

        - ask
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      -- ask bjoern hansen [askbjoernhansen.com], !try; do();