Why is it that printers can accommodate up to 15O pages in their 'in' tray, but only about 3O after they've been printed on? Does nobody on Earth ever print out anything longer than thirty pages? If so, why do they need to stock the machine up with 15O pages in the first place?
I just bought a new printer. I have feelings of hatred towards my old printer that really aren't healthy between man and machine. I hope this new relationship is more fulfilling for both of us.
Meanwhile, would somebody please build a printer that enables me to leave my computer to print 15O pages (or preferably 2OO) without having to come back every five minutes to clear the 'out' tray.