Canon iP6210D Photo Printer **£24.99** at ARGOS [offer price] - HotUKDeals
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Use your own personal mini photo lab to get professional results directly from a digital camera or memory cards, without a PC. Even print photos from a camera phone via the optional Bluetooth® unit.

Features
* Direct photo printing: PictBridge, memory cards & camera phones
* Photo quality: max. 4800* x 1200dpi, 6-inks system
* ChromaLife100 system for long lasting photos*
* Photo lab quality 10 x 15cm borderless photo in approx. 1 minute
*

High quality and stylish personal mini photo lab

Direct PC-less photo printing :
Print photos directly from PictBridge compatible digital cameras, camcorders and from popular memory cards - no PC is required. The PIXMA iP6210D also provides direct photo printing from camera phones via an optional Bluetooth® unit.

Photo lab print quality:
Canons FINE Cartridges with 2pl ink droplets and a 6-ink system deliver a 4800* x 1200dpi print resolution. Benefit from detailed and vibrant colour output for all your photos.

Long-lasting prints:
Canon's ChromaLife100 system of print head, new formulation inks and Canon genuine photo papers preserves your memories producing long-lasting beautiful photos**

Fast borderless photo printing:
Print a photo lab quality 10 x 15cm borderless photo in approximately 1 minute in Standard mode*. Enjoy rapid borderless photo printing from a small credit card size right up to A4.

LCD practicality
The LCD viewer with simplified panel operations allows you to manage photo selection and printing formats without connecting to a PC.

Easy-to-use software:
Optimise photo printing, enhance images, streamline web printing and create professional photo albums with a suite of easy-to-use software tools.

Compact and stylish
The PIXMA iP6210D is compact and stylish thanks to an ingenious design utilising advanced FINE cartridges that take up less space.

Info taken from Canon website at http://www.canon.co.uk/For_Home/Product_Finder/Printers/Bubble_Jet/PIXMA_iP6210D/index.asp

Limited offer shown on instore price update magazine. Offers valid until 24th April (£49.99 normal price)
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#1
Brilliant! No problems with high cost cartridges here.
#2
This may sound a silly question, but as a photoprinter, will it use all my ink if I use it for standard letter printing etc?

If that makes sense?
#3
barneystuta
This may sound a silly question, but as a photoprinter, will it use all my ink if I use it for standard letter printing etc?

If that makes sense?


The black ink will be used instead of the colour. I actually use a Brother laser for black and white printing though. Cheaper in the long run.
#4
Thanks for the replys, may order this.

Just one more question. Vista compatible? The correct drivers?
#5
barneystuta
Thanks for the replys, may order this.

Just one more question. Vista compatible? The correct drivers?


Canon will have new drivers for Vista online, but should work anyway!;-)
#6
This ere printer is a Bargin....:thumbsup:
#7
Thanks again guys much appreciated.

Got loads of great info here today and last few days. But just one more thing (Sorry!!) the cable. You have to buy one, right? How much is the cheapest one?
#8
Predikuesi
Canon will have new drivers for Vista online, but should work anyway!;-)


Canon have a patch for Vista online see this link:

http://software.canon-europe.com/software/0025531.asp?model=
#9
Ive got one of these, had it around 4-5 months, excellent printer. Think I paid £40 from Argos and even then I thought it was excellent value for money. At this price its even more so.
#10
barneystuta
Thanks again guys much appreciated.

Got loads of great info here today and last few days. But just one more thing (Sorry!!) the cable. You have to buy one, right? How much is the cheapest one?


A couple of quid will buy you a cable (USB). Try Maplin.
#11
So is the cable standard usb one?

I have loads of them for Cameras, mobile phone etc. Should be ok. If not can get one from town very cheap.

Thanks, it is being ordered!!
#12
barneystuta
So is the cable standard usb one?

I have loads of them for Cameras, mobile phone etc. Should be ok. If not can get one from town very cheap.

Thanks, it is being ordered!!


The USB cables that come with phones and cameras will not fit! You'll need a printer one.
#13
If it printed onto cd's that would of been the icing on the cake. Still a very good price :)
#14
Godspeed
If it printed onto cd's that would of been the icing on the cake. Still a very good price :)


Do you think they might throw in a round the world cruise too? :whistling:
#15
Don't need a new printer but voted Hot Good deal this!
#16
Predikuesi
Do you think they might throw in a round the world cruise too? :whistling:


I was waiting for that reply, actually i'm after

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The Moon On A Stick

I mentioned cd printing as the R200 in boots for £25 did have the feature but no crd reader (R300) so it's swings and roundabouts it seems ;-)
#17
sigma
Yep, I understand that you can get compatable cartridges really cheaply online for Canons which makes a big difference if you print off your own photos on a regular basis :)



WARNING!

Just checked my usual supplier of replacement cartridges for my Canon printer and he told me that there are no cheap replacement cartridges made for the Pixma brand of printers. In fact, all new Canon printers have to have their ink replaced with authentic Canon inks which cost mucho!

Apparently, all new Canons either have a system where the print heads are actually contained on some of the ink cartridges (??) or the cartridge comes with a chip that has to talk to the printer for the printer to work.

This printer listed in this thread uses a chip system.

The cheapest cartridges are about £13 for the low capacity colour one or £17 for the high capacity colour (obviously Argos has them a bit pricier at £20.

So bear this in mind before going for a cheap printer - one change of ink costs almost the same as the printer inself!! Craziness.

Happy I'm using a Canon i550 with replacement inks about £2 a pop.

J
1 Like #18
JohnnyStar
WARNING!

Just checked my usual supplier of replacement cartridges for my Canon printer and he told me that there are no cheap replacement cartridges made for the Pixma brand of printers. In fact, all new Canon printers have to have their ink replaced with authentic Canon inks which cost mucho!


J



Not entirely correct, I have an IP1500, which will accept any old cartridge. I've never bought a genuine one and have owned it for 2 trouble-free years. However, the next printer release, the IP1600 does not support refills.

And in this case, you are incorrect - 'cos here's a link detailing a pattern part:

http://www.phoenixdirectukshop.co.uk/acatalog/CL41-51-52.php?printer=11567

HOWEVER - £11.99 for a compatible ink cartridge is pretty steep, so the nature of what you say is kind of correct. Just not exact. I like exact.
#19
Wouldnt recommend this printer, simply because of the expensive ink carts.
[mod]#20
Still available at this price! :)

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