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Through an employee purchase plan partnership with my employer and Hewlett Packard, HP is offering a HP 370 Printer / Scanner / Copier for $159.  I have searched the web for information about this model and have found nothing.  Does anyone know anything about this particular model?  I have an old color inkjet printer which is wearing out, and I could use a color scanner and copier.  Since I don't do a lot of printing or scanning, (less than 100 pages a month) and my resources are limited, this deal sounds almost too good to be true and since I'm clueless, could anyone give me some advice, please?  

Thanks,  Carl
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http://www.all-in-one-support.com/psc300/

see the link above and that will provide you with all the information you need also check the troubleshooting section to see how problematic the machine could be if it looks like too many problems under the troubleshooting for you then you may want to steer clear personally i have never used this machine but i usually base my buying decision on what the companies website has listed for problems if it has a lot of troubleshooting documents then it is obviously really problematic every machine has it problems but when you have over 50 60 documents on problems or 10 just dedicated towards getting a function working to me that would be problematic
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Thanks for the link - couldn't find it myself.

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your welcome :)
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