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Kyocera FS-1750 1200Dpi 14PPM Laser Printer - £24.99 delivered
Kyocera FS-1750 1200Dpi 14PPM Laser Printer - £24.99 delivered

Kyocera FS-1750 1200Dpi 14PPM Laser Printer - £24.99 delivered

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Kyocera FS-1750 1200Dpi 14PPM Laser Printer - £24.99 delivered

Monochrome printer, 30 days RTB warranty. Kyocera Remanufactured Toners are available from under £40 / 20,000 pages so running costs are very low. The amorphous silicon (a-Si) drum lasts approximately thirty times longer than conventional cartridge drums with a duty cycle of 30,000 pages per month.

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Please note that this printer does not have USB connectivity, only parallel or serial - so not really suitable for modern PC's

AlanB

Please note that this printer does not have USB connectivity, only … Please note that this printer does not have USB connectivity, only parallel or serial - so not really suitable for modern PC's

Do modern PCs not have serial and/or parallel ? If not you can get convertors (to USB) for under £15. Depends how good the deal is I guess...
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Grumps

I think AlanB's point is that USB is a faster connection and more suited to modern PC's.

But this is a good price for a laser printer none the less!

Most current laptops do not have a printer/serial port anymore. I think desktops generally still have the old lpt printer port. However, a person would be better off with a USB printer.

Original Poster

[SIZE=2]Only the most recent laptops dont have serial port but some Dell models still have. Also, nearly all desktops do have a serial port.[/SIZE]

[SIZE=2]As grumpy says, a converter is less than £10 in ebay, if you need one. [/SIZE]

Original Poster

only 5 available... make it quick if you want one.

Original Poster

Sold out now

Something to be aware of when using a Parallel to USB adapter is that some signals don't get picked up from the USB. I don't know exactly what the signals are but I remember reading a while ago about using an adapter with printers and some signals that are used don't get converted so there are things that the software won't register.
I think it was only an issue with HP printers, but I could be mistaken.

This
is an excellent spot though, wish I'd got it! (I've signed up to be informed by E-Mail if it comes back in).

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