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Choosing a new home/office all in one printer

by lescub / November 2, 2009 6:44 AM PST

I am interested in updating to a new home/office all in one style printer to replace my current aged HP all in one model. With the initial cost not really a concern, I've narrowed my decision down to two specific models: Canon's Pixma MX 860 or, Epson's Artisan 810, both of which have some pretty impressive reviews. Which one would be my best choice? I use my current printer for normal everyday printing needs, and, occasionally for color photography printing. My home desk top is an iMac running Snow Leopard, with a Macbook running the same, and, a Dell laptop, which runs Windows Vista. All of these will share this new printer, using its' wireless capabilities. I am looking for a replacement that will be durable and one that won't dime me to death for ink replacement cartridges. Your help in this matter will be greatly appreciated.

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