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Cheap mono (or colour) laser printer and cheap toners (especially even 3rd party)

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6y, 3w agoPosted 6 years, 3 weeks ago
would like to spend around £100 max on a printer but really looking for toners as a necessity, just using to print out documents for myself so a quality one is not needed.
thanks
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6y, 3w agoPosted 6 years, 3 weeks ago
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#1
had this a while and very pleased.

Bit over the £100 but comes with spare cartridges.

Only possible downside is that it is a bit of a big lump (although the foot print no bigger than my last printer it looks much bigger).

They call me on the mobile about once every month saying they are offering customers a special deal on some toner they have. (_;).
#2
garbage456
Plum
hadthis a while and very pleased. Bit over the £100 but comes with spare cartridges.Only possible downside is that it is a bit of a big lump (although the foot print no bigger than my last printer it looks much bigger).They call me on the mobile about once every month saying they are offering customers a special deal on some toner they have. (_;).
thanks having a look now, size isnt relevant so thats ok.uses 4 separate toners yes?

Yep

Three colour and seperate black.

Might be worth doing a search as there have been a few threads on this printer in the past

Edited By: Plum on Nov 05, 2010 15:22: 1
#3
I also have one of the Dell printers, it's ace!
#4
It's pretty big, about a 1/2 metre cubed.
#5
Evilmonkey
It's pretty big, about a 1/2 metre cubed.

Mine measures 37cm wide by 38cm high by about 39cm deep with a small 4 or 5cm (3 or 4 cms high) piece sticking out the back at the bottom where the paper sits.

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