£29.99 Lexmark F4270 5 in1 Multifunction 4800x1200dpi 19/9 PPM Colour Inkjet Printer Print/Copy/Fax/ - HotUKDeals
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£29.99 Lexmark F4270 5 in1 Multifunction 4800x1200dpi 19/9 PPM Colour Inkjet Printer Print/Copy/Fax/

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Stonking deal.. Can get a few pennies off using Quidco's cashback. You have to add P&P. Unfortunately, I don't know how much it accounts for. The Lexmark X4270 is designed for demanding SOHO profes… Read More
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Stonking deal.. Can get a few pennies off using Quidco's cashback. You have to add P&P. Unfortunately, I don't know how much it accounts for.

The Lexmark X4270 is designed for demanding SOHO professionals seeking a compact solution that accommodates a wide variety of needs. The Lexmark X4270 boasts best-in-class black print speeds of up to 19 ppm and fast color speeds of up to 10 ppm - crucial for the users with tight deadlines.
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[admin]#1
Thanks siliconbits :) What's a SOHO professional? I'm trying to make acronyms work in my head...single something home office is my best guess.
#2
out of stock ? is good price though
#3
Bonkers... They wre in stock a minute ago... GRRRRR
#4
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What's a SOHO professional?


Small office, home office.
#5
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Thanks siliconbits :) What's a SOHO professional? I'm trying to make acronyms work in my head...single something home office is my best guess.


Soho - a small, multicultural area of central London which is home to industry, commerce, culture and entertainment, as well as a residential area for both rich and poor.;-)

or perhaps "Small Office/Home Office"!
#6
Great functionality, outstanding price, but a couple of reviews I read said print quality wasn't the best.

Having said that, even mediocre quality is still pretty good these days, so it would only be a problem for printing photos. Personally, I use net-based mail delivery photo services (eg truprint) for those anyway, as you get better quality at a cheaper price - home photo printing is insanely expensive with of the cost of photo paper and ink.
[admin]#7
Hehe thanks erics although considered, I figured it had little to do with someone working on Greek St ;) Small Office/Home Office it is then! Another acronym for the books.
#8
great price, shame about the cost of ink, even compatibles

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