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      13.01.2013 16:37
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      It's a great everyday printer paper

      Xerox Premier

      Being a student I am always on the look out for cost effective paper to print my assignments on, and usually my paper of choice would be which ever is cheapest on the shelves. I do buy more expensive papers for things that I wish to look a little classier, however this is a paper that I will stock up on when in town to save me going to the supermarket to replenish my stocks.

      This particular paper is sold in a small shop in town, for £3.49 a pack, or two packs for £6. This does make it a little more expensive than other papers I buy, however I would also argue it is a slightly nicer paper. The paper comes in a standard A4 size, and is lovely a white. It is effective when used in Laser, and ink jet printers. The paper is a nice quality, for general everyday jobs, but if you want to impress, maybe aim for something a little weightier. However for the price paid this is a real steal.

      As with most papers it comes with 500 sheets in the pack, and is packaged in glossy paper that is easy to open. I have never had any issues of smudged ink (and I use cheaper inks rather than branded ones). The paper has very rarely jammed in the printer - but this happens with all papers I use, maybe once or twice a year, and I feel this is probably the printer rather than paper specific. The paper is 80g/m2 (I think this means it is 80 GSM - but don't necessarily quote me on that)...

      I am able to recycle the packaging where I live, and feel this paper is well worth the recommendation.

      (Please ignore the stats below - this paper has no speed I mean unless you ball, and throw it or fold it into a paper plane however it does perform really well, and ease of use - well it's paper it's unlikely to freeze or anything)...


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