Everyone asks about equipment. What do I
need? Where should I get it?
This section of soholawoffice answers those questions. Most of the recommendations
here are based on what I use, or know. This stuff works for me.
The good news? Great new hardware is inexpensive, dependable, and easy to use. I used my
$400 printer for three years, with no breakdowns. If I hadn't done
something incredibly stupid, I would still be using it. (Please don't ask).
My $600 copy machine has performed flawlessly since April, 1999. No maintenance. No
repairs. Bought a few toner cartridges, and another doodad called a drum, or something like that. I suppose I should take it in for a look, but think I'll
just wait and see how long it goes.
Copier update -- March 24, 2001. Copier making squeaky
noises. Should I take it in, or see how far this horse will run? Copies
Update 2 -- September 25, 2001. Quit squeaking, still
Update 3 -- February 3, 2002. Squeaked, then quit squeaking again. Still no repairs. It's become a matter of principle.
Update 4 -- December 12, 2002. Still spitting out those good looking copies. No repairs yet. This is unbelievable. It will be four years
old in April. Think I'll bake it a cake.
Here's the latest version of this great machine, the
Sharp AL-1551 Laser Copier/Printer. This series is sold by both Sharp and IBM.
It also doubles as a laser printer. This has saved my bacon a few times, and it really speeds up production to have this baby printing long stuff, while I print
shorter docs on my inkjet.
You will spend between $3000 and $5000 to set up a home law office with first class
equipment and key software. Here's how.
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