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Nope, I don't. Do you need PostScript (real PostScript not clonescript)?
Also, be aware that you will have a devil of a time calibrating the color
and keeping it calibrated. Plus, costs of printing will be high. I assume
you are just printing drafts for proofs that require no real color accuracy.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: kkostuch -at- totalsystem -dot- com [SMTP:kkostuch -at- totalsystem -dot- com]
> Does anyone out there use any of the following printers? If so, does it
> service your needs? How reliable is it? Are you happy with the quality?
> HP Color LaserJet 8500 N
> Lexmark Optra W810 DN
> HP Color LaserJet 4500 DN
> We are trying to find a printer that will best fit our needs:
> Marketing/Sales materials as well as mid-volume documentation printing.
> The ability to print quality color is a must.