Brother All-In-One Wireless Printer - DCP375CW £74.97 @ Tesco (£25 Off) - HotUKDeals
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In-Store Only - Just spotted this in Tesco Pitsea

I've got a previous Brother All-In-One printer - Never had any problems and pretty happy with it :) Plus its wireless!

Assembled Dimension Depth 22.5
Assembled Dimension Height 15
Assembled Dimension Width 39
Assembled Weight 7.1
Automatic Document Feeder No
Borderless Printing Yes
Brand Brother
Built in Card Reader Sony Memory Stick, Compact Flash, SD, SDHC, xD
Built in LCD Screen No
CD DVD Printing Tray No
Colour of Case Black
Compatible Black Cartridge Brother Original LC980BK
Compatible Cyan Cartridge Brother Original LC980C
Compatible Magenta Cartridge Brother Original LC980M
Compatible Multipack Cartridge Brother Original Valuepack (1 of each) LC980VALBP
Compatible Yellow Cartridge Brother Original LC980Y
Copying Facility Yes
Direct Printing From Memory Card Yes
Direct USB Printing Yes
Fax No
Fax Page Memory No
Features of Product The DCP375CW is a wireless colour inkjet multifunction printer with Media Card Centre. Combines colour printing, colour scanning and colour coping. Direct photo printing, direct from a media card.
Firewire Connection No
Horizontal Scanning Resolution DPI 1200
Linux Supported Yes
Mac Os X Supported Yes
Maximum Print Size A4
Maximum Resolution Horizontal DPI 5760
Maximum Resolution Vertical DPI 1200
No of Ink Cartridges 4
Pages Per Minute - Colour 27
Pages Per Minute - Copying Colour 20
Pages Per Minute - Copying Mono 22
Pages Per Minute - Mono 33
Paper Tray Capacity 50
Pictbridge Compatible Yes
Printer Type Colour Inkjet - All in One
Product Depth 22.5
Product Height 15
Product Weight 7.1
Product Width 39
Scan Yes
Scsi Connection No
USB Connection USB 2.0
Vertical Scanning Resolution DPI 2400
Windows 7 Supported Yes
Windows 98 Me Supported No
Windows Vista 32bit Supported Yes
Windows Vista 64bit Supported Yes
Windows Xp 32bit Supported Yes
Windows Xp 64bit Supported Yes
Wireless G Connection Yes
Wireless N Connection Yes
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#1
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Cheap compatble inks available at many places for this, around £7 a set of four delivered. I use

http://www.inkemporium.co.uk/acatalog/Online_Catalogue_DCP_375CW_26.html
#3
doublekite
Cheap compatble inks available at many places for this, around £7 a set of four delivered. I use

http://www.inkemporium.co.uk/acatalog/Online_Catalogue_DCP_375CW_26.html


My local ink shop does a set of compatibles for like twice that much! You just saved me a ton, have some rep! :)
#4
i have a dcp340cw bought from staples for £49.99 a few years ago best wireless printer i bought never had any problems the ink seems to last forever this looks even better voted hot good price
#5
Looks great and was tempted but has had horrible reviews in Which? and PC Pro.
#6
doublekite
Cheap compatble inks available at many places for this, around £7 a set of four delivered. I use

http://www.inkemporium.co.uk/acatalog/Online_Catalogue_DCP_375CW_26.html


thanks for the link but are compatible inks safe to use heard they leak and can damage a printer but as said only heard this and never use them before
#7
Borat
thanks for the link but are compatible inks safe to use heard they leak and can damage a printer but as said only heard this and never use them before


I've never had issue with compatibles...well other than they seem to dry out if you don't use the printer for a few days....

Course from what I remember the originals did exactly the same thing to me
#8
rick_x
Looks great and was tempted but has had horrible reviews in Which? and PC Pro.


Really? I couldn't check Which? cause its subscriber only :viking: and PC-Pro only brought up different models than this one? :?
#9
Borat
thanks for the link but are compatible inks safe to use heard they leak and can damage a printer but as said only heard this and never use them before


Never had any problems and use Ink Emporium for all my home and work printers compatible inks.
#10
No chips on these carts either I dont think. I have the 770cw wireless one and have a continuous ink system. Never once needed a manual clean like I did with epsons and the ink lasts forever and never warns of it being empty. The genuine carts are still in the box.

Great printers.:thumbsup:
#11
Is this printer same as the dcp 377cw?
#12
waj1234
No chips on these carts either I dont think. I have the 770cw wireless one and have a continuous ink system. Never once needed a manual clean like I did with epsons and the ink lasts forever and never warns of it being empty. The genuine carts are still in the box.

Great printers.:thumbsup:


Yeah i've been considering one of those continous ink system setups....might have to look into it more :)

mikeswrx02
Is this printer same as the dcp 377cw?


The cartridges are the same if thats what you mean....
#13
continuous ink system works a treat with my brother and the wife hoes through a ream of paper a month as she is a teacher and it has printed perfect every time for over a year now. I am very impressed with it.
#14
I hardly do any printing and that seems to be the problem, probably not printed in...a week I suppose? just printed out an email and all the black is blurry and faded, re-printed 3 times and its coming out ok now, this has always been an issue with this printer.

I think I was mis-led what the continous ink system actually was, after researching it properly I don't think it will help me at all :( any suggestions from you brother users? :)
#15
Billco
Yeah i've been considering one of those continous ink system setups....might have to look into it more :)



The cartridges are the same if thats what you mean....


i know they use same ink carts but is there any diff in spec with 377?
#16
waj1234
continuous ink system works a treat with my brother and the wife hoes through a ream of paper a month as she is a teacher and it has printed perfect every time for over a year now. I am very impressed with it.


which ciss u use? is it the large cart or the external tanks? i see a few companies sell them on ebay. inkgirl and fotorite seem to sell the exact system(large cart type)

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