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Old 07-07-2017, 07:19 AM   #29
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HP 250 portable. A bit pricey but a great printer/scanner so far.
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Old 07-07-2017, 07:48 AM   #30
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Thanks.

https://www.amazon.com/HP-OfficeJet-...9431403&sr=8-2

They recommend printing a minimum of 100 pages per month, I guess to keep the ink flowing alright. Al's recent comment about his laser printer working after a long down time may apply?

Our very old Epson with separate ink cartridges sometimes sits unused for many months, but head cleaning brings it back up to speed FWIW.

Thanks again for the heads up.

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Old 07-07-2017, 09:21 AM   #31
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I purchased a new HP OfficeJet 250 All-in-One and used it extensively when I was on the road all of December and January. It prints in color and scans and worked very well. It is compact and has its own battery. I also purchased a CaseMatix that has the foam insert custom made to secure it.

I did not use the wireless feature. I only use a cable connection due to security concerns.

I use this with my Microsoft Surface Pro II and a Verizon Jet pack.

It was reliable and allowed me to have a truly mobile office. Price was not the primary consideration. I hade to have portability and reliability, and the HP 250 fulfilled the requirements. I purchased directly from HP.
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Our HP printer meets the only criterion we set - it fits in the under-sofa tub. Oh, and it works when we turn it on and try to print.
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The HP OfficeJet 250 has been absolutely flawless, producing great quality prints, and with wireless connectivity that actually works regardless of whatever device/OS you are using.
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Thanks for the update, good to know!

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Old 09-18-2017, 09:53 AM   #35
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We keep a b&w and color cartridge in sealed pkg plus the ones in the printer. Often go more than a month without printing, sometimes several months. Usually the printing goes well. We've had a few cartridges leak over the ten years it's lived under the sofa, maybe altitude adjustments but an occasional problem only.

It's a HP photosmart C4280. It's ridden along with us over ten years full-timing. We briefly tried a HP 110 wireless my mom had but couldn't get it working and went right back to this old reliable one.

Just about ready to not need a printer at all. Used to use it for scanning docs but now do that with the iPhone instead. Might copy or print a document for someone else occasionally. Very little printing on our own behalf, mostly just annual tax package for mailing in because NC charges so much for electronic filing, or rally coupon if we can't fill it out on the MacBook and send an ecopy instead.
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I recently bought a Canon Pixima TS6020 All-In-One printer. It's compact enough to bring in my RV, offers a FIVE ink cartridge system and, can print wirelessly from a phone or tablet (as well as vis USB from a computer). I found a good deal on Amazon.
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