moderated Re: Accessible 3 in 1 Printer


Larry McMillan
 

Hi Tina
I purchased the HP Office Jet 9015 recently, (9010) series and it works well at a cost of $229.00. I previously had the Brother MFC 5860CN. I liked the Brother, but I could not find another one like this old printer. The HP has only one button for power. The rest of the controls are a digital flat screen. I now navigate the controls from my HP desk top. Thanks, Dan, for this suggestion. I needed a flatbed surface for scanning my mail. If anyone has a problem with HP products here is a valuable contact; Executive Customer Relations: 800 756 0608, Email.ECR@HP.Com.
Larry

-----Original Message-----
From: main@jfw.groups.io <main@jfw.groups.io> On Behalf Of tina sohl
Sent: Sunday, November 1, 2020 7:03 PM
To: main@jfw.groups.io
Subject: Re: Accessible 3 in 1 Printer

Thanks Dan I'll keep them in mind.

On 11/1/20, Dan Longmore <danlongmore44@gmail.com> wrote:
Hi,

We bought the Brother about 3 years ago and , at that time, the
Brother was nearly the same price as the Epson. I am talking about the
middle of the road inkjet printers. Not the low end that you often find at Wal-Mart.
Those often are inexpensive but use lots of ink.

The Brother is very good on ink and a quick check on the web found
them about the same price range again depending on model and such.

The Brother app is a little quirky but accessible on the I Phone.



Dan



From: main@jfw.groups.io <main@jfw.groups.io> On Behalf Of tina sohl
Sent: Sunday, November 1, 2020 3:06 PM
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Subject: Re: Accessible 3 in 1 Printer









Dan, are those brother printers very expensive? how expensive are the
epson's you guys are talking about too. I know someone else mentioned
Epson I have a 5-year-old HP printer that works pretty well for me but
I have considered upgrading in the next couple of years well I still
have a working printer and can just choose to upgrade rather than the
printer dying hopefully. and I'm wondering how expensive these printers with buttons are.
hopefully the Android apps are as accessible as they are for everybody
on iOS the HP app seems to be. I grabbed it last night for my current
printer to play with it.







Sent from my Sprint Samsung Galaxy S10e.





-------- Original message --------

From: Dan Longmore <danlongmore44@gmail.com
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Date: 11/1/20 11:29 AM (GMT-07:00)

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Subject: Re: Accessible 3 in 1 Printer



Hi,

Brother makes 3 in 1 printers with buttons. I use the Brother MFC
DW. It has a screen but most functions can be accomplished with the
buttons and numeric key pad. Brother can also be linked to your
computer and the software is fairly accessible. Also, has an app for
your mobile device which on the I Phone is easy to use. Again,
Brother has the buttons and does very well with low ink useage. Not the fastest but very good.



Dan



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Does anyone know of an accessible 3 in 1 printer? Today’s printers
are mostly digital with a flat screen for navigation. I need a
flatbed surface to scan my reading material. I can’t find any printers with buttons.

Thanks

Larry








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