Message from discussion HEWLETT PACKARD Officejet 4500 Wireless Printer! Worthless Waste of Money and Time!
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From: "Malcom \"Mal\" Reynolds" <atlas-bug...@invalid.invalid>
Subject: Re: HEWLETT PACKARD Officejet 4500 Wireless Printer! Worthless Waste of Money and Time!
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In article <jtrhj8$18e...@adenine.netfront.net>, Olivia Dunham <o...@nowhere.com>
> On 6/30/2012 6:08 AM, Kenneigh wrote:
> > No wonder this firm is facing an uncertain future. Like Dell, HP
> > doesn't do good customer service or product quality control. Before
> > you throw cash at HP, check the following e-mail back-and forth.
> Thanks for the info.
> Like you, I am having strong reservations about HP these days. I am
> still milking life out of an old Deskjet 932C because the damn things
> works so well! I am sure it will break at some point or they will quit
> making cartridges for it. Until then...
> About wireless: There is a lot of concern about the "smart" electric
> meters around here because they are wirelessly connected to the power
> company AND there are loads of people on alternative radio talking about
> wireless computer connections around your house also being a problem.
> Many seem to think all these radio waves can impact your health. I
> think the jury is still out on the health issue, but I say why take the
> risk if I don't have to? Considering what a pain these things can be to
> get set up, I just say no.
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wow, almost 100 years of commercial radio, over 60 years of commercial tv, both
of which use high power transmitters and no known health problems. Now we have
low power devices and a sudden flurry of non-existent health problems.
Evidentally, less is more