About My Konica Minolta Magicolor 2300W Printer
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Konica Minolta MagicColor 2300W Printer Review
The Konica Minolta MagicColor 2300W can produce monochrome prints at 2 cents per page and color copies at 11 cents a page. Using the 2300W will allow you to reduce your printing cost.
For a printer with very good print quality and low printing cost the Konica Minolta 2300W is a steal at its current price tag. The 2300W is easy to set up. The toner cartridges are already installed, so all you need to do is install the drivers, supply a USB or parallel port printer cable, and plug in the power cable.
This printer also comes with a decent amount of memory. However the fact that there is no option to upgrade from the original 32MB of memory is a major shortcoming. Another major drawback is that you cannot add additional paper trays to it.
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