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  1. Item: Fuji Xerox DocuPrint C3210, colour laser printer Location: Mitcham VIC Price: $350 RRP was $1350 Item Condition: Excellent, used sparingly as another monochrome laser is used in 90+% of office situations Reason for selling: Downsizing Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal, COD Only Extra Info: Was bought on the recommendation of a laser printer technician around 8 years ago for our planned in house colour catalogue printing. Within 12 months we were using a print house to print/fold/staple our catalogues and this machine saw very little use since. Provides much better colour printing than most consumer level colour laser printers, especially if using higher quality papers, but as we no longer really need a colour printer for our business, it's time to move on. Will do double sided printing and below is the review when released. Very high capacity paper draw. https://www.pcworld.idg.com.au/mediareleases/9090/fuji-xerox-printers-docuprint-c3210-dx-provides-wo/ Fuji Xerox Printers DocuPrint C3210 DX provides workgroups with fast, affordable colour laser printing High quality, small footprint and low TCO maximise office resources and efficiency AUSTRALIA, Sydney – 6 February 2007 - Fuji Xerox Printers today launched the DocuPrint C3210 DX colour laser network printer, which offers reliability, speed and performance for office workgroups as well as the smallest footprint in its class. With out-of-the-box duplex functionality, the DocuPrint C3210 DX is designed to maximise office efficiency. It prints at speeds of 25 pages per minute (ppm) in colour and 30 ppm in monochrome, and has a first-page-out-time of 17 seconds. Providing users with Fuji Xerox Printers’ new direct transfer imaging system for vibrant colour, The DocuPrint C3210 DX provides crisp, accurate documents at the touch of a button. The DocuPrint C3210 DX is networkable straight out of the box, so it can connect easily to almost any office LAN. The DocuPrint C3210 DX offers 1200 x 1200 resolution which, when combined with its other features, makes it a suitable choice for workgroups of all sizes. Paul Harman, Operations Manager, Fuji Xerox Printers, said, “The DocuPrint C3210 DX is our latest colour laser printer, and it’s designed to be a workhorse. It completes our product range so now, we have a colour printing solution for any needs that SOHO or SMB customers may face. The DocuPrint C3210 DX has been packed with functions and tools based on specific customer requirements. All features, from the small footprint to the speed, output time, networkability, resolution, and its smart printing features, give users razor sharp images with great colour, while being reliable and maximising office efficiency. ” At AU$1,318.90 inc GST the DocuPrint C3210 DX will be available in Australia through authorised resellers. Photos:
  2. Price drop. Big esky's like this are also fantastic when entertaining rather than trying to get beers into the laundry sink or a bath tub.
  3. I can only hit like on your post once, so + eleventy billion. Cars and other road users are 95% predictable. Despite what some would have you believe, they are not out to get you, so as long as you ride predictably and don't go out of your way o hold traffic up, the road always works for me unless out with the family, who I can't trust to be predictable. I've always loved the Bad Boy. I thought it was discontinued several years ago. The lights are probably not great in real world situations. I love the new Knog Cobber but the large ones are required to pump out enough light for use as daytime running lights. https://bikerumor.com/2019/03/28/knog-cobber-shines-almost-all-around-with-330-of-front-rear-light/
  4. Well done. Front suspension is heavy and ONLY required if riding rough mountain bike trails. For shared paths and the road, you are better off with a rigid carbon fork. I haven't looked at the FX range for many years, but I know they have always been highly rated. I rode with a nervous mate recently who refused to ride on roads except back streets or those with more cyclists than cars. So 4 of us rode around 20km of shared paths that day and I've got to tell you, it's the most stressed I've been on a bike for several years, constant dodging, slowing and then accelerating again. Shared paths have too many dogs off lead, headphone wearing walkers, joggers and blind turns to make cycling enjoyable. The remaining 3 of us were quite relieved when he swung off to head home and we immediately got back on the roads.
  5. blybo

    Tennis Talk

    True, but people often overlook the defensive side of Rafa, Joker or Fed because they have weapons as well as awesome speed and defence. Federer looks to have soo much time because he is so fast. All 3 can also finish a point quickly to recover from hustling on previous points. I hope De Minaur makes it as there is a lot to like. And yes, Nick probably should be #1, but hopefully he starts to mature like Hewitt did. The game is a lot faster even since the days of Hewiit, never mind Chang and Wilander. Hewitt was pushed out by the power of the likes of Federer. I don't think he ever beat him after that 5 set Davis Cup match when Federer was really just starting to show is true ability.
  6. @Grimmie Found anything yet?
  7. blybo

    Tennis Talk

    He might sneak into the top 10 with hard work, consistency and solid defence. But to really challenge the big boys you need weapons, and he really doesn't have one.
  8. Item: 104 litre IceKool ice box Location: Mitcham VIC Price: $180 $150 ono, RRP around $400 Item Condition: signs of use but functionally perfect Reason for selling: too big for my needs Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal, COD Only Extra Info: Bought this direct from the manufacturer 15 years ago at a camping show. Brilliant lockable ice box and keeps ice for 3 to 5 days, much better than my 40litre Waeco one, but as we have a 90l fridge in our van, it's too big for our needs these days. Don't know why I didn't sell it 8 years ago when we got our van. Can't remember what I paid but they currently want $350 for the 80l version https://www.evakool.com.au/iceboxes/ They are still made exactly the same today, they just use a more modern clasp. Photos: These photos are taken "as is" directly from storage in my warehouse without any attempt to clean it so it is a little dusty & grubby. I'll try and take some better shots
  9. Apple are not the one's being sued. Obviously Sonos believe Google are using their technology in breach of several patents or they would not go to the massive expense of suing a global giant.
  10. Or for a kid moving out of home, music room, granny flat etc etc.
  11. The claim is multi faceted. This part of the lawsuit is about Bluesound trying to claim they are not competitors of Sonos. All I'm saying is that the product mix of both brands shows they are obviously competitors, albeit as differing price points. Sonos are not suggesting that nobody can create similar products, but just don't try and use Sonos' patent protected IP to do it without permission. Weren't Phillips and Sony part of multi brand co-operation to create the CD and players? Everybody else had to pay royalties to build their own players. I'm sure some other Hi-Fi designs have patents too.
  12. As a kid it was some model of plastic 3in1 units with dual tape players. Then Dad gave me his Wooden cheeked Rotel integrated amp, Connoisseur TT and 3 way speakers which may have been Interdyn. I know he used to buy all his gear from Encel so a fair chance. I bought a Technics CDP with my first full time pay cheque and then I stupidly traded it all in on some crap HT system from Radio parts.
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