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This was at first the most annoying printer I have ever bought. The setup took 15 minutes and the back of this thing turned into a serious rats nest. The manual was helpful but did not provide diagrams. But one after it has been set up, it is probably the most practical printer.
this however is the only fault because what it lacks in setup and ease of installation is made up or in the efficiency and also the value for money. It is highly economical, something in the range of A, or B efficiency, and because it uses LEDs and has an auto off function for power saving, it won't cost much to run.
There is also an ink economy setting on your computer that will work with this. It can print fast economy, fast normal or fast draft. It can also print in greyscale to a high standard. It says it takes up to 250 sheets but this is seriously not recommended. I have tried putting 200, 50 less than it can hold, and it just jammed because it wanted to feed in two sheets to print at once.
It has lasted a long time and in the two years I have had it the whole ink jet row has been caked in dried ink and dust, yet when cleaned it worked perfectly. It's a fantastic printer, and I will not be buying another anytime soon. I know everyone says this but this really is the best value printer today. It is cheap to buy, and even cheaper to run for both electricity and ink supplies.
For accuracy when printing it is perfect. Here is a small margin problem when printing from a webpage because pictures and adverbs can be cut off by a giant White block, which did not happen on my old printer, but printing word documents, it will align the margins perfectly. So this is more recommended for those who print from word rather than a webpage.