Can anybody recommend a front loading printer?

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  1. ricleo2

    ricleo2 Senior member

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    I need a new all in one printer that the paper is loaded from the front. Needs wireless connection also. Can anybody recommend one? Thanks.
     
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    corkyg Elite Member<br>Super Moderator <br>Peripherals
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    I have two HP printers - one inkjet and one laser. Both load paper from front. Both have wireless connectability. As for front loading paper, I think back 20 years and have never had anything but a front loader except for the old dot matrix using roll paper.

    All in one means a scanner and copier built in. Material to be copied or scanned probably loads under the lid or on top - but the target paper should be in a front loading tray or drawer. Front may depend on how the machine is positioned on the table.

    Do you have some sample machines to consider?
     
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    ricleo2 Senior member

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    No. Can somebody help?
     
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    Try this HP8500A all in one unit. It has seperate ink tanks for the colors.
    I have the HP7410 which is basically the same as this but which uses
    Tricolor ink cartridges and a Black cartridge. The HP8500A was the replacement
    for the HP7410 .. go to your local Staples or Office Depot and have a look at it.

    http://www.shopping.hp.com/product/p...6A&#37;2523B1H

    It has Duplex, RJ45, Wireless, FAX, Copy and does front load with 2 trays
    Also has Scanner and Auto Doc Feeder
     
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    corkyg Elite Member<br>Super Moderator <br>Peripherals
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    And, take a look at this one as well. Paper is loaded from the "front." Printing comes out the "front." Scan and copy docs are placed on top from the front. It has a wireless capability. Very reasonable cost.

    http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16828115763
     
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    That one does not seem to have wireless which the OP does want.
     
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    #7 corkyg, Jun 1, 2011
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  8. ricleo2

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    Thanks to all that responded.