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Laser printers have been nudged out of the personal, one-per-desk market by the continued growth of inkjets. For straight black print, though, there’s nothing to touch laser copy, and Canon has fortified its entry-level mono laser range with the i-Sensys LBP3100, a small machine with a couple of interesting design tweaks. Canon …

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IT Angle

"Pretty much all the boxes ticked, then"

... then what about duplex or the lack of it ? Is this too much of an advanced or "green" option to mention it ?

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Dead Vulture

Linux compatibility?

Not a word on this. You can do better, El Reg.

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Duplex aka double sided printing?

Since it wasn't mentioned I assume it doesn't do it, but while I need an entry level laser printer at the moment seems like in the interest of saving paper auto duplex (double sided) printing isn't too much to ask for. FAIL.

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Boffin

Duplex would be nice, but...

You're not going to find a current duplex laser for £75. At the moment, it *is* to much to ask for.

There's a CUPS (Common UNIX Printing System) environment driver available as a download, with Windows and Mac OSX support out of the box.

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