Minolta Magicolor 2350EN Questions...


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I'm looking at getting the magicolor 2350EN printer from Minolta. Anyone
have any input on how good it is/isn't? I would like to find a printer that
can print borderless print jobs, and photo printing.

Has anyone ever printed on glossy photo paper with this printer? Did it look
OK? I'm impressed with my Epson Photo 820 it can do borderless and photo
realistic printing, but it is an inkjet. I want to try and stay away from
inkjet and go laser.

Any input is welcome!

Thanks!
 
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leo

I'm looking at getting the magicolor 2350EN printer from Minolta. Anyone
have any input on how good it is/isn't? I would like to find a printer that
can print borderless print jobs, and photo printing.

Has anyone ever printed on glossy photo paper with this printer? Did it look
OK? I'm impressed with my Epson Photo 820 it can do borderless and photo
realistic printing, but it is an inkjet. I want to try and stay away from
inkjet and go laser.

Any input is welcome!

Thanks!


Forget about photo printing in low end laser printers. I have an OkiData
C5100. I am happy using it as everyday color printing and it'd cheaper and
much faster than color ink jet but I do plan to get an ink jet (very likely
a wide format) printer to compliment my new Canon Digital Rebel for photos.
I'd use Costco for prints up to 8x10.
 
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Timothy Lee

No- said:
I'm looking at getting the magicolor 2350EN printer from Minolta. Anyone
have any input on how good it is/isn't? I would like to find a printer that
can print borderless print jobs, and photo printing.

Has anyone ever printed on glossy photo paper with this printer? Did it look
OK? I'm impressed with my Epson Photo 820 it can do borderless and photo
realistic printing, but it is an inkjet. I want to try and stay away from
inkjet and go laser.

Any input is welcome!

You need to use laser glossy paper rather than inkjet glossy paper.
There are, apparently, high gloss laser papers available but I haven't
tried them, since I don't particular need to spend the extra money for
them. Have a look at Xerox's solid ink printers as well as they will be
glossier than the Minolta.
 

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