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22 April 2007

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Hey Shuna,

Congrats on the cards...whenever I buy something tech related (big purchases) I check C|Net's Computers.com. It's like a free version of Consumer Reports for tech (their editors are usually right on), *and* people who have used the product also weigh in.

Here's their page for scanner's:
http://reviews.cnet.com/4566-3136_7-0.html?tag=dir&sort=edRating7+desc

Just got a new one a couple months ago. Cheap,quick, and it can scan on its side.
Canon CanoScan LiDE 70. My sister has one from the same series and it is still going strong after 2 years.

Echoing Rachel B above, I'm a fan of the Canon LiDE family. Sturdy, hardy, quality, and not expensive at all.

thank you thank you thank you!

i adore Moo cards...i can't believe i never gave you one of my own. they are beautiful little slices of life.

Hi Shuna - I have an Epson all in one. I prefer having more space on my desk so I got the combo unit. I'm happy with it's scanning ability and I really like the way photos print. It's not super fancy but does what I need it to do.

I have a HP PSC 2175 all in one. Printer, scanner, copier. What I like is when I finish cutting a gemstone I can put it in the scanner and send it off to Photoshop as well as the cutting diagram so it all goes to one folder. Great photo prints with a cartridge and the right paper. A heck of a lot easier than a camera, lights and all that.... I haven't tried lemon pie in it yet.

so many congratulations! (it's the little things...)

like elayne, i also have an all-in-one... mine is an HP C3180, and it's sooo nice and compact. it folds up safe and neat when i'm not using it, and - since we're in a very small studio here - is nice temporary counterspace for a cookbook.

there is a page about it here, although that is for uk. but, it's very reasonably priced (in dollar...) and look, you can have a picture of that person!

but if you have a printer that you love already, then of course this might not be the best option.

That's funny, I just ordered my first set of MOO cards myself this week. Someday when I feel more settled again, I will make a more formal set. And so thanks for the links!

P.S. I just got my copy of Edible San Francisco yesterday. Can't wait to read it.

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