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HP Laser Jet 3050 Printer

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Old November 19th 08, 09:34 AM posted to comp.periphs.printers
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HP Laser Jet 3050 Printer

It is a network ready (optional) multifunctional device with laser
printing technology. It allows monochrome printing with maximum
resolution of 1200x1200 dpi and has a scanning optical resolution of
600x600 dpi. It uses maximum A4 size paper. Its fax modem speed is
33.6 kbps with the transmission speed of 3 sec and includes sheedfed
colour scanning with the first page out in 14 sec.

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