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Old 10-30-2007, 10:11 AM
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Re: Whats the best inkjet printer??

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I stick with Epson. In a way, it's like cameras - Nikon and Canon as opposed to Sony, Casio and Samsung. I'd prefer to buy from a company with a proven track record in making the item I am wishing to purchase and not straying too far or over extending in technology or overall focus. I don't want them to also make dishwashers, televisions, toothbrushes, etc. This is why I shy away from HP, etc. Plus, Epson's have quite a proven track record from the entry-level your grandmother uses to CMYK softproofing up to several feet.
Just to add, Epsons are used by a lot of large companies for press proofing, but also by high end photography printers. And they're very durable, as long as you use them a lot.
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