toner refills for Konica Minolta Magicolor 2400W ?

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I am so tempted to buy this printer: Konica Minolta Magicolor 2400w. -
claimed to be the worlds smallest colour laser, and seems to have greats
specs!

However, the cost of toners, especially here in Australia is incredible. To
replace all 4 toners will cost me double the cost of the printers itself!

Does anybody know of any place that has ink refill kits for the Magicolor
2400W toners ???
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    "Freedom" <nospambastards@goaway.com> wrote in message
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    > I am so tempted to buy this printer: Konica Minolta Magicolor 2400w. -
    > claimed to be the worlds smallest colour laser, and seems to have greats
    > specs!
    >
    > However, the cost of toners, especially here in Australia is incredible.
    To
    > replace all 4 toners will cost me double the cost of the printers itself!
    >
    > Does anybody know of any place that has ink refill kits for the Magicolor
    > 2400W toners ???
    >
    It's the Polmer toners that make the output so good. It's also the reason
    not to use re-charged cartridges. The toner is a patented formula. There are
    oils in the powder to lubricate the workings. Use another toner (even just
    the black) and the printer will screach at you.

    Kiah
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    Even in North America, the cost of one refill of toner (using the same
    size "Standard size" that are in there when you buy (the 1500 copy at 5%
    yield) costs about as much as the printer.

    The 4500 copy high yeild cartridegs will indeed cost about 1.5X the cost
    of the printer here.

    Art

    Freedom wrote:

    > I am so tempted to buy this printer: Konica Minolta Magicolor 2400w. -
    > claimed to be the worlds smallest colour laser, and seems to have greats
    > specs!
    >
    > However, the cost of toners, especially here in Australia is incredible. To
    > replace all 4 toners will cost me double the cost of the printers itself!
    >
    > Does anybody know of any place that has ink refill kits for the Magicolor
    > 2400W toners ???
    >
    >
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    This fact prevents me from buying the printer.

    I understand that you can get toner refill kits for something like HP colour
    laserjets, much much cheaper!
    The reason why I dont buy a colour HP Laserjet is because I find they big,
    bulky heavy and UGLY, and i dont have the space for them!

    Looks like I have to wait until they come up with toner refills for 2400w
    (by the way the refills already exist for the Magicolor 2300 and 2350 which
    are the previous models, using polymer based toners too).
    Or maybe i will wait until HP design a smaller and more convenient colour
    laser ?


    "Arthur Entlich" <artistic@telus.net> wrote in message
    news:Re8Gd.103869$KO5.18834@clgrps13...
    > Even in North America, the cost of one refill of toner (using the same
    > size "Standard size" that are in there when you buy (the 1500 copy at 5%
    > yield) costs about as much as the printer.
    >
    > The 4500 copy high yeild cartridegs will indeed cost about 1.5X the cost
    > of the printer here.
    >
    > Art
    >
    > Freedom wrote:
    >
    >> I am so tempted to buy this printer: Konica Minolta Magicolor 2400w. -
    >> claimed to be the worlds smallest colour laser, and seems to have greats
    >> specs!
    >>
    >> However, the cost of toners, especially here in Australia is incredible.
    >> To replace all 4 toners will cost me double the cost of the printers
    >> itself!
    >>
    >> Does anybody know of any place that has ink refill kits for the Magicolor
    >> 2400W toners ???
    >
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