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Old Oct 2, 2003, 4:50 PM   #1
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Default Meaning of Buffer/Ram in Printers

I'm trying to decide between the Canon I960 and I900D , I see that the I960 has less Buffer/Ram than the I900D, can somebody tell me what this means ? Also, is the I900D a better printer?

I have an HP 722C and I'm ready to kiss it bye bye, although it has been a good printer, I still use it for text and Greeting Cards printing...

Thanks for your help!!!

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