[Micronet] Color Printer Recommendations

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[Micronet] Color Printer Recommendations

Beth Muramoto
We have a unit who would like to have a good quality color printer and willing to spend $1,000 to produce moderately high quality color publications every once in awhile, saving some outsourcing costs. They realize that inexpensive consumer color printers can be a mixed bag, but they are hoping to do flyers and the like themselves and save up for the really high-end printing to outsourced services.

Does anyone have any recommendations? The choices are mind boggling. Is 1200 x 1200 dpi good enough? What's a good way to compare? Places like Main Street on BearBuy can have wildly ranging models from $600+ to upwards of $1200+ claiming 1200 x 1200 dpi.


Thanks for sharing your experience and lending guidance as always.

Beth
 

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Beth Muramoto
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Graduate School of Education
University of California, Berkeley
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