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Printer help required

DinoM Avatar
9y, 2m agoPosted 9 years, 2 months ago
My printer (a Canon S200x) has died and I am after a replacement.

I do not want to spend silly amounts of money, not really any more than £50, as I am looking for one as cheap as possible really, as I do not do massive amounts of printing, maybe the odd photo if I cannot get it printed by Bonusprint in time if it is needed in a rush, the odd document here and there, so I do not require anything fancy.

I am really looking for a printer that I can get cheap cartridges for, prints a decent quality photo and a decent all round printer, but swaying more to the budget printer rather than top end.

I thought I would ask before someone says why don't you use Google, as
Google does not tell you what people thought of something and I have asked on here before and bought on recommendations and been happy with them, which is why I am asking again.

Thanks to anyone that can help.
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9y, 2m agoPosted 9 years, 2 months ago
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#1
I bought a cannon ip4300 a few months ago, very impressed so far!
Also prints on (printable) discs.
The paper can be loaded into a cartirge at the front which keeps it nice and compact. It also does two sided printing.

If you have a search around you should find one for around your budget.

http://www.amazon.co.uk/exec/obidos/ASIN/B000IKU4LC/3000060-21/?m=A3P5ROKL5A1OLE

Just my reccomendation, sure there will be others!.....
#2
Well I became a convert to Brother printers about 2 years ago. Cheapish to buy and the ink is usually under £2 per cartridge. Also, most models have a 3yr free onsite warranty you can apply for as per my thread HERE

Had HP before (too expensive to run) and Epson (ok but the odd paper jam) but have never encountered a single issue with my 2 Brother machines. You can pick up an all in one scanner, printer, copier for the price and size of a regular printer.
#3
I've recently picked up an Epson Stylus DX4450 from PC World, for £40. It's a scanner and a printer. The photo quality is great and it uses 4 separate cartridges. Official cartridges are around £5 each, but third-party ones are cheaper.

It's bigger than a non-all-in-one-printer, but I rate it very highly. It operates as a standalone photocopier as well.

Failing that, I'd agree with kevinyork - the brother printers are well put together and cheap to run. The all-in-one DPC range offer exceptional value for money and a £2 a pop for official cartridges, won't break the bank either.

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