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    Wifi printer

    Would like to hear opinions about a wifi printer...Is any brand better than the others? Have a Dell one but would like to update to make use of WIFI connection...heard that KODAK is noisy and uses too much ink.....
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    Quote Originally Posted by penguinlady61 View Post
    Would like to hear opinions about a wifi printer...Is any brand better than the others? Have a Dell one but would like to update to make use of WIFI connection...heard that KODAK is noisy and uses too much ink.....
    All we buy is Hp.I have had mine over 5 years with no problems..Ink is reasonable too.

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    I agree with Sun, owned more HP printers then any others, because of noise, or evaporation of ink, nothing like needing a hard copy and your out of ink, or just black ink and it prints RED.

    YOU also need to check if it will be compatible with Windows 10, and usable. They have problems up the wazoo with printer Brands.

    Going Off the Grid!

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    tHanks to all, I got an EPSON @ Best Buy and it works with my computer, IPad and phone....somehow also go a rebate for full price of first ink cartridge purchase.
    just a chillin

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