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Wirelss Aio photo printer for 17 mbp

by faa01 / July 20, 2009 7:00 PM PDT

Hi folks,

anyone have suggestions for this.

the information i have leads me to the Hp photosmart premium fax,
could not find good information on Canon or Epson.

Fax option is not important.

Price range 200-350us

17" Mbp os x

Tks for the time.

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Drivers may be an issue...
by tkessler / July 21, 2009 1:31 AM PDT

I've not dealt with HP printers on OS X so this information may be irrelevant, but for the many Windows machines that I've administered with HP devices the drivers have been absolutely horrible, and have caused many problems with system slow-downs and clunky, bloated printing utilities not working correctly. The situation may be different for the Mac, but I've been rather off-put by HP drivers for Windows.

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What do you need to know?
by mrmacfixit Forum moderator / July 21, 2009 1:32 AM PDT

There are a number of reviews about this printer, this is CNET's

Will it work with your Mac? Yes, if you have OS X 10.4 or 10.5 installed.

Is it in your price range? Yes

It might have been better if you had actually asked a question like "can anyone recommend a good All in One for a Mac"


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Can anyone recommend a good AIO printer for the 17" mbp.
by faa01 / July 21, 2009 9:10 AM PDT

oK, my previous post was incorrect, here is the question i should have asked.

The system is the same.

17 Mbp os x

Tks people.

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no more information at present..
by faa01 / July 24, 2009 7:38 PM PDT

Hi mrmacfixit, sorry about the late reply.
Will be moving to jakata and information on the system in use there not comlete. The internet is available through dial up and wireless through the main local carrier; Telkomsel.
I've got my 17" MBP, AEBS 32g IpodTouch and waiting on another suggestion for an all in one wireless printer, Tks..

I ( plan )would like to use dial up only when i have to and have apartment all wireless.

Sorry, no more information available.
Question, what do you suggest if possible should be on the packing list, Tks..

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