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October 19, 2011

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I was very encouraged to find this site. I wanted to thank you for this special read. I definitely savored every little bit of it and I have bookmarked you to check out new stuff you post.

Sample pages being equal, get the one which has the highest duty rate in hp's specifications, in terms of thousands of pages per month it can print; that one will last you the longest.

Geez. I am kinda wishing my old HP Office Jet printer would die so my company would spring for a new one with e-print. 6 years later and the darn thing still printing like new though. (I gonna take the old one home if I ever get a new one)

Yes, I agree with many of the comments here,HP is really good. this post is quite informative overall. I am in a similar situation with above. Currently on Blogger but considering options.

Yes indeed,HP brand never fails to amaze its users with their product.I am HP user from the beginning until now.

I am! It was given to me a couple of years ago and still use it at home for printing my children's school projects. Still works great.

I just have to share this so readers will know how durable HP printers are. It says, "HP conducts internal testing—and contracts independent testing—to ensure reliable claims related to print permanence and durability." Isn't this true, HP printer users?

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