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Upgrade HP8150DN, 4 trays + envelopes

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I need a laser printer to replace an HP8150DN.  I need it to support 4 paper trays, up to 11X17 paper and have an envelope feeder.  Thanks for any suggestions.
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Have a look the Fuji Xerox Phaser 5500DT. It's a real workhorse, running at 50 ppm and duplexing at the same speed. I've seen them with over 3 million pages on the clock and going strong. It's also quite cheap to run.

It supports 5 trays (up to 5000 sheets) plus multi-purpose tray (150 sheets). An envelope tray is also available.

For details go to

http://www.office.xerox.com/printers/laser-printers/phaser-5500/enus.html
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Hi HeneganIS

Did you have a look at the Phaser 5500? Is it the kind of printer you need? Let us know your thoughts.
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