If the ink issues were due to Sawgrass ink then hard to understand why would Ricoh fix something that wasn't broken. When i say wasn't broken, I mean Ricoh printers working OK with stock Ricoh inks that is.Well it looks like they maybe going to drop the GX7000 and replace it with the GXe7700N. I wunder why lol. All the issues is surposed to be worked out on the 7000 right??? I guess not. I see the cart numbers are different also.
Some new stuffI sure would like to know what they did different. I hope they beefed up the mother board. I also hope they have repair parts for this one. I havent seen a price yet.
To my knowledge the Ricoh 7700 has been available in Europe for some time. Here are some details of the printer from the European site - AficioI was told it was taking the place of the GX7000. How long have you had it? I have the GX7000 but a supplier told me it would be this summer before the GXe7700 would be avalible???