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    By Vangie Beal :  May 1, 2003

    (HardwareCentral) After being the first to push color laser printing below $1,000, what does Minolta-QMS do for an encore? Push it below $700, with a compact, quiet, 1,200 by 600-dpi workhorse that should seriously tempt any small-office worker who needs more than a desktop inkjet -- and seriously worry your local Kinko's color-print-shop manager.

    Article Link: Minolta-QMS Magicolor 2300W Review


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