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It uses ink not laser.
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Wow is this a smoking deal! Way cheaper than its ever been. The page wide printers are excellent. Fast, great quality, and cheap per-page printing. For this price it's a no-brainer. I've worked with over 30 among all my clients. A couple buggy ones, but those were serviced under warranty and the quirks were resolved with board replacement. This is seriously going to fly or get price corrected. I think the lowest I've seen it before was either $399 or $449.

Edit: One thing to note on pagewides vs high speed lasers is that most high speed lasers are not intended for residential use due to their emissions ("FCC Class A emissions - for use in commercial environments, not residential environments") for what that's worth. I have a client with an HP Flow laser printer at their home and I caught that warning. Personally I wasn't super concerned, but I wouldn't risk it with young children.
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Excellent price and product. I bought the MFP 377dw when it was on sale 2+ years ago and really like it. The 2-sided scanner is great. Printing speed and quality is top notch.

$199 for the 477dw is outstanding! (Edit: aaaand, I just bought one)
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Wonder how much this ink cost.. wished it was laser
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Wonder how much this ink cost.. wished it was laser
They're usually around $80ish for regulars and $120ish for XLs. The per-page yield is much cheaper than laser for color printing (3-4 cents on average vs 7-8 cents for most mainstream color lasers and service charges for lease units). Workhorse monochrome laser printers are slightly cheaper per-page for black and white (less than a cent a page). The cartridges yield between 6000-10000 pages depending on if you go with XL.
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The Amazon reviews are, uh, yikes. 42% - 1 star, 39% - 5 star on 105 reviews

https://www.amazon.com/HP-PageWide-477dw-Multifunction-Business/dp/B01B1JFRT2/ref=sr_1_3?ie=UTF8&qid... [amazon.com]
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Great price - this unit is pretty big though. Also this unit uses ink which is fine but I find text and graphs and charts look better when printed on a laser so for business use for client handouts this may not be the best printer to get. Cost per page is cheap though even though it is ink.

Higher quality inkjet paper does make a large difference in the quality of what you are printing but a lot of offices just buy boxes of cheaper copier paper so that is what I see people printing on.
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It uses ink not laser.
Thank god... been waiting for these to go on sale... great deal!
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Anybody know if these avoid drying up like most inkjets do? I used to have one of these at work and it was a great buy, but at home I've been looking to get away from inkjet because I go months at a time without printing sometimes and then usually one of the cartridges is dried out and needs to be replaced or at least put through several cleaning cycles.

If not for that issue I'd rather stick with inkjet.
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Anybody know if these avoid drying up like most inkjets do? I used to have one of these at work and it was a great buy, but at home I've been looking to get away from inkjet because I go months at a time without printing sometimes and then usually one of the cartridges is dried out and needs to be replaced or at least put through several cleaning cycles.

If not for that issue I'd rather stick with inkjet.
I have a printer that I use once every couple of months and it hasn't gotten clogged. That being said, it's a commonly reported problem in the internet for inkjets to get clogged with months of non-use. These are better in that they can accommodate clogged jets by reallocating new jets on the array (there's redundancy built into the array)... but I have no personal experience. I have a HP Enterprise Padewide but we print on that printer everyday.
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Anybody know if these avoid drying up like most inkjets do? I used to have one of these at work and it was a great buy, but at home I've been looking to get away from inkjet because I go months at a time without printing sometimes and then usually one of the cartridges is dried out and needs to be replaced or at least put through several cleaning cycles.

If not for that issue I'd rather stick with inkjet.
In my experience: my PageWide MFP 377dw hasn't had issues with ink drying up. In 2.5 years, I've only used a couple cartridges (of each color) for home use. So I'd say my printing needs are light. I haven't had issues with ink drying up.

Note the 377dw only allows the "normal" capacity cartridges - so my experience is based on that. The 477dw allows for the XL, or double capacity cartridges. It's possible the XLs might dry up before you cycle through it if your printing is light.

I like mine so much - I bought this 477dw as an upgrade (I set my "Pagewide" alert on Slickdeals 2 years ago...waiting for another steal!)
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Dang... if it would print 11x17 I'd be in for one.
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Looks like sold out?
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Shows "In Stock & Ready to Ship" for me
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