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    👑RebYidd23
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    Example:
    Printers ,3/10. Every brand of printer jams and lies about being out of ink or paper. Plus cartridge printers are a scam. However, most printers retain some level of functionality.
    Blankets, 9.8/10. Rarely malfunctions, helps to keep warm without using extra fuel.

    #1631989

    ☕ DaasYochid ☕
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    I’ve never heard of a blanket referred to as a device.

    Doorknobs, 9.9/10. They almost always work.

    Cars, 8/10. They probably have a similar success rate as doorknobs, but the consequences of them malfunctioning are usually worse.

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    👑RebYidd23
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    A blanket is a thing made for a purpose, so it is a device.

    #1632717

    Yserbius123
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    You’re buying printers wrong. Ink jet printers are awful. The companies actually lose money selling the printers and make all the profit on ink. Therefore the printers are incredibly flimsy, waste ink like it’s water, and replacement ink costs more than a good esrog.

    Get a Brother or Canon laser printer. I did and never looked back. They are expensive (several hundred dollars) but they rarely run out of toner, print really fast, and work like a charm.

    #1632721

    👑RebYidd23
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    Laser printers can only print on paper.

    #1632757

    kavod Habriot
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    RebYidd23 cheer up! Ive noticed your comments around recently. You seem like a very negative or just a depressed individual. Nebach! Whats your full name soI can daven for you? Are you working? You seem very bored as well. Refuah S!

    #1632857

    ZionGate
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    Yserbius,
    Would you know what kind of job those laser printers do on professional photos, as opposed to inkjets?

    #1632868

    ZionGate
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    ….I’m talking color, pixelation, overall quality, sharpness, etc.

    #1632870

    Yserbius123
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    @rebyidd23 As opposed to printing on celery which inkjets excel at?

    @ziongate It’s comparable in quality. But if you’re doing professional photos, you want a specialized photo printer, not a $50 HP so this comparison isn’t nogeya.

    #1632924

    👑RebYidd23
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    Plastic and fabric transfers can melt in laser printers.

    #1632943

    Meno
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    Plastic and fabric transfers can melt in laser printers.

    Also photo paper. Learned that the hard way.

    On an unrelated note, does anyone want a whole box of photo paper? I have no use for it…

    #1633041

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    @ kovod habrios, how did you pick that name? Why not something like “insensitive, stupid clout” or”dumbbell” or “extremely stupid”?

    #1633045

    Yserbius123
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    If you have a business or something that involves regularly printing on something other than paper, i.e. plastic or fabric, get a specialized printer for that because inkjets aren’t great at plastics either. If it’s not a regular thing, then just do your printing down at Kinkos/FedEx. The sub-$100 inkjet printers are a complete ripoff and there’s no reason to buy one over an more expensive laser.

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