Hanns-G HT231DPBU Deal:

Hanns-G 23" LED Touchscreen Monitor and Pantum Wireless Laser Printer

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Hanns-G 23" LED Touchscreen Monitor and Pantum Wireless Laser Printer
$149.99
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  • 23" 10 Point LED Back-lit LCD Multi-touch Touchscreen Display (1020 x 1080)
  • 250cd/m2
  • Built-in Speakers
  • 1 Year Warranty (3 Year Labor)


The Bundle Includes a Pantum P2502W Monochrome Wireless Laser Printer

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With free Pantum P2502W 22 ppm (A4) / 23 ppm (Letter) Monochrome Wireless 802.11b/g/n Laser Printer
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Added to cart and don't see the printer?

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Note this is a "aftermarket" printer with proprietary "aftermarket" cartridges that are $50-$60 there are no genuine aftermarket cartridges for it. Only buy this deal you want to go Office Space on the printer after it runs out of starter toner.

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Extremely bad reviews on this Pantum printer. Lots of problems getting it to work. IMHO, Newegg made up this package to get rid of their inventory of this junk printer. Don't get suckered. If you want a high quality/low cost laser, get the Ricoh on sale for $49. or either of the Brothers on sale this week.

I just got the Ricoh, it gets the Hemond seal of approval.

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OP, please add the brand and model of the printer to the title of this thread. Thanks.

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i want the monitor, but I guess the price is just so so . . .?

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An alternative is the Hanns-G HT231HPBU for $129, refurb but has HDMI (not that you couldn't use an HDMI-DVI adapter).

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