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|5 Sep, 2019||Price Drop||-20.46%||high|
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|27 Aug, 2019||Price Drop||-4.29%||high|
|21 Aug, 2019||Price Increase||24.39%||high|
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Discussion and Reviews on Reddit
Is there a single sane printer out there? [R]3 years, 8 months agodxplq876 posted submission on Ubuntu.
Jan. 17, 2016
It's fucking 2016, why is printing STILL such a fucking burden? Why is there still not a unified driver, what exactly is so hard and cutting edge about sending postscript over USB/IPP that every printer needs its own special snowflake driver?
This f*cking Dell I just bought has 15, YES FIFTEEN protocols it uses, all included in no les than 6 running services, yet my laptop still can't discover it over the network. Turns out it's using frikking NetBIOS to do that. Yes, that thing from 1983! So I install the official Dell driver for Ubuntu on my laptop; and it doesn't even work... THEIR OFFICIAL DRIVER DOESN'T WORK! You know what does work? THE GENERIC PRINTING DRIVER DEFAULT IN UBUNTU! Why does dell they even bother making a driver?
Now this is a multifunctional printer that includes a scanner. Guess what, scanner doesn't work! Dell website has no scanner drivers for that device. Even though Ubuntu is clearly states as 'supported'. So I contact the top of the line Dell support, and they let me fill in this form where I have to specify what OS I'm using. These are my options:
- Enterprise Linux 2.1 - 5 (each version having two sub categories ES and WS)
- Linux 6.1 - 9
- linux OS
- RHEL 2 - 5
- Suse linux desktop 10
- Suse linux 9 and 10
WHAT DOES THIS EVEN MEAN? Linux 9? What's the difference between linux OS and Linux? (and yes, one of them is capitalized and the other one isn't).
So my question to you all: Is there a 'sane printer' project around somewhere? A printer that I plug in and just works? The System 76 of printers? I don't care about price, I just want it to work... I have two requirements:
- Laser printer
- Works ON EVERY DEVICE
So a simple network printer that shows a webpage where you can drop PDF's to print is fine for me... I don't even need that google cloud printer goodness if it has a simple webpage that accepts pdf's...
The BIGGEST headache for me right now is printing [R]4 years agobicyclemom posted submission on chromeos.
Sept. 13, 2015
Why can't Google take the extra step and just develop print drivers for the ChromeOS? I have two older printers, an Epson Artisan 835 and a Canon MF4450, both of which can not enable for Google printing. What have you guys done?
Need a recommendation for a home printer/scanner. [R]4 years, 6 months agoMarch 8, 2015
March 8, 2015
EDIT: Just a FYI, the replacement cartridges are about $14 for black and $18 for color.
What is your "We can put a man on the moon, but we can't __________"? [R]4 years, 6 months agotoastertim posted submission on AskReddit.
March 5, 2015
Anything minor to major that makes you wonder 'why the hell isn't this possible and/or exist?'.
March 6, 2015
Eh. Hp envy enabled for Google cloud print hasn't failed a job in months.
Edit: [And only $73, I've had it for about a year now] ( http://www.amazon.com/HP-Envy-4500-Wireless-Printer/dp/B00CIDQ470)
Looking for an iOS 7 variant of TruePrint, that will allow an iOS 7 device to print to any *common* printer it sees on the network. [R]5 years, 4 months agosendmorebeer posted submission on jailbreak.
May 5, 2014
As a mobile tech, one of the big problems I have is that I cannot rely on on-site printers to be AirPrint compatible or for there to be an AirPrint “bridge program” to be installed on a local computer. As such, what I am looking for is any iOS 7 solution that would allow me to print to any networked printer I came across, regardless of AirPrint compatibility.
Please understand, I need to be able to do this without installing anything on a client’s system or hooking anything else other than my iPad/iPhone into their network. This needs to be a fully universal printing system self-contained within iOS 7.
TruePrint did this, but support and compatibility ended with iOS 5.
May 5, 2014
try a portable wifi printer.