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I haven't crunch numbers between the new 2100/2200 and the 2000P as I don't have a 2000P. But crunching the numbers from Epson the 2100/2000 seems to be 2x+ more expensive than the 1270. Since I haven't had a 2100/2200 to play with these are just generated numbers. With the separate carts of the 2100/2200 perhaps the 2200 numbers will be better in actual use. In a message dated 6/14/02 5:55:41 AM EST, firstname.lastname@example.org writes: > I just did some number crunching that suggests that the per print cost > of the 2100/2200 might be substantially less than its predecesors. We're > not talking CIS levels, but maybe tolerable. I never have understood > cartridge capacity data based on text or 5% coverage as being - Turn off HTML mail features. Keep quoted material short. Use accurate subject lines. http://www.leben.com/lists for list instructions.