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what printer???

what printer???

what printer???

ive not bought a printer in the last 5 years and i have finally worked my printer to death its time for a new printer. Doing some research there has been some nice advances in technology in the last 5 years. my problem is that i can find a website that is actally helpfull in regards finding a printer to meet my spec.

i work for a small business and the printer is used to print all the invoices, statments, forms in the office, also art work proofs. At  the moment we are using an canon ip 3000 which we have worked to death. looking to upgrade as the business is growing.

here is my minumum requirments:
4800 x 1200 dpi
ability to get cheap compatable ink (i refuse to pay £20 for a ink cartarage)

i would also like the print to be wireless networkable so the whole office can use it without having to run wires or have a printer at every desk.

looked at printers like the hp c6180 but that is more of a photo printer and uses 6 inkcartarages and are expansive to replace. can anyone give me some advise or give some printers to look at please.

looking for something fast, full colour and can handle the work load.

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