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  • inkjet vs. laser - help.

    I'm trying to find a printer with the best color accuracy. Can anyone suggest? I thought lasers were better but now I'm being told injet is better. I'm looking in the range of $10k but being told that I can find a good inkjet in the range of $3k. Here's what I've been looking at so far... Xerox Phaser 7750, HP Designjet. I know nothing about high-end printers. Do any of you? Thank you...

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    Canon

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    Take a look at the Canon iPF 5000

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      I guess it would depend on what device you're trying to match.

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