When your printer breaks and you’re staring down the cost of ink and toner refills, when do you make the jump to just replacing the printer itself? If you haven’t bought one in awhile, what are some of the features and options you should be considering? We’ll discuss. Oh, and the Star Wars trailer with Brooklyn accents? Fuhgettaboutit.
Running Time: 42:50
Nerd News Flash
- Don’t you Dare-devil, Netflix!
- NEW!!! Launch Mac migration on your new Surface Pro or Book! Wait, did I read that right? (Microsoft offers Mac users $300 for trade in to Win 10)
- Cadillac used to have an SLS, but this one from NASA is not even close.
- Ancient Galaxies
- Why I want a Wendelstein 7-x Stellarator, and why you should want one too.
- Star Wars trailer voiced by people from Brooklyn
Featured Story: Home Office Printers
- Home Office Printers. What do you have, should you maintain it or replace it?
- If new, what kind of tech should you be looking for?
- Fondly remembering our first dot matrix printer (the Okidata Microline 92) and then the HP LaserJet IIP.
- Do you need to send/receive faxes, scan documents into PDF or other formats and take advantage of wireless printing?
- Chances are what you DON’T want are printers that constantly fail, break, have printer ink cartridge issues, LCD displays that go dark, and many more issues.
- The three of us have had different experiences with the most popular printer brands out there.
- Some options that are available today are interesting.
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