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I currently use an HP Deskjet 6840 to print custom brochures on HP Brochure Paper 180G.   The printing is of excellent quality, but the printer is slow and requires the paper to be turned over to print the second side.   Can you recommend an HP printer that has built-in duplexing and is maybe a little faster then the Deskjet 6840?
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I don't want an all-in-one.
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