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Canon iSensys LBP6030 Laser Printer £29.99 Argos eBay Store

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Brand New With a 12 Month Argos Guarantee Space saving, affordable mono laser printer for the small or home office. Quiet, reliable, highly energy efficient it delivers fast, high quality prints. Read More
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Space saving, affordable mono laser printer for the small or home office. Quiet, reliable, highly energy efficient it delivers fast, high quality prints.
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#1
does this have wifi?
#2
jag18272
does this have wifi?
No wifi usb connection only
2 Likes #3
Looks good - £79.99 on argos.co.uk.

"Printer ships with 700 pages starter cartridge".
Replacement 1600 page toner cartridges are available for less than £10 on eBay.

Edited By: captainbeaky on Mar 19, 2017 06:02
#4
captainbeaky
Looks good - £79.99 on argos.co.uk.
"Printer ships with 700 pages starter cartridge".
Replacement 1600 page toner cartridges are available for less than £10 on eBay.
The replacement toner sounds very cheap, I have ordered a printer just because of this. By the way, where can we get this toner at this price?
Thanks
1 Like #5
urinthematrix
captainbeaky
Looks good - £79.99 on argos.co.uk.
"Printer ships with 700 pages starter cartridge".
Replacement 1600 page toner cartridges are available for less than £10 on eBay.
The replacement toner sounds very cheap, I have ordered a printer just because of this. By the way, where can we get this toner at this price?
Thanks
An eBay search for "lbp6030 toner" brings up many results.

£9.99
http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/1-Black-non-OEM-C725-Toner-for-Canon-LBP-6030-LBP-6030B-LBP-6030W-MF-3010-/311564556980?hash=item488ab1dab4

2 for £16.49
http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/2-Black-non-OEM-C725-Toners-for-Canon-LBP-6030-LBP-6030B-LBP-6030W-MF-3010-/371572457037?hash=item568371be4d
#6
Someone try this thing plugged into the USB port of their router, to see if it will print that way over the network please.
#7
I need a cheap WiFi printer. Not necessarily laser (although preferable), but needs cheap ongoing costs. Any ideas?
#8
SUMMONER
Someone try this thing plugged into the USB port of their router, to see if it will print that way over the network please.

If the router has USB printer server function, then it will work. It's not anything to do with the printer.
#9
ninjin
If the router has USB printer server function, then it will work. It's not anything to do with the printer.
Some cheap laser/inkjet printer require host software to run on the computer, in which case they will not work via the USB print server build into a router.

Edited By: SUMMONER on Mar 19, 2017 09:42
#10
Heated!
1 Like #11
SUMMONER
ninjin
If the router has USB printer server function, then it will work. It's not anything to do with the printer.
Some cheap laser/inkjet printer require host software to run on the computer, in which case they will not work via the USB print server build into a router.

USB print server just forms a bridge between printer and computer and enables connection via your router like it was connected directly via USB. Whether it needs drivers only or host software as well, won't change that functionality. As long as the router has the ability to create the connection, it will work. As the previous person says, it has nothing to do with the printer.
1 Like #12
TheDobbus
I need a cheap WiFi printer. Not necessarily laser (although preferable), but needs cheap ongoing costs. Any ideas?
The cheapest wifi laser is Samsung M2026W £60 on amazon and Very.
it's £80 everywhere else and was £80 on both amazon and very last week so you need to hurry.

Edited By: Tequila on Mar 19, 2017 10:51
#13
SUMMONER
ninjin
If the router has USB printer server function, then it will work. It's not anything to do with the printer.
Some cheap laser/inkjet printer require host software to run on the computer, in which case they will not work via the USB print server build into a router.
Yes at least one tp-link router works that way.
You could get an wireless usb print server for under £20 delivered on fleabay from China if you've feeling adventurous :)
http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Wireless-Network-Print-Server-USB-2-0-Server-USB-Printer-with-ANPTH-Cable-/391657783488?
This one says it's wireless but there's no indication of an aerial or pick up an old router with a printer connection for less
#14
Then please try it out for me, assuming you have ordered one, and let me know if does in fact work please. Thanks!

Edited By: SUMMONER on Mar 19, 2017 11:18
#15
can you please put the link on for colour cartridge as I can't find it thank you
#16
dousekala
can you please put the link on for colour cartridge as I can't find it thank you
see post #5

Please keep in mind that this is not a colour printer, but monochrome only.


Edited By: SUMMONER on Mar 19, 2017 11:47
#17
dousekala
can you please put the link on for colour cartridge as I can't find it thank you


It's a mono laser - no colour. This one is colour http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/brother-hl-l8250cdn-colour-laser-printer-124-99-argos-2623920
#18
anyone recommend a good laser printer with wifi and cheap replacement inks?
#19
Out of stock
1 Like #20
dreadzone101
SUMMONER
ninjin
If the router has USB printer server function, then it will work. It's not anything to do with the printer.
Some cheap laser/inkjet printer require host software to run on the computer, in which case they will not work via the USB print server build into a router.
USB print server just forms a bridge between printer and computer and enables connection via your router like it was connected directly via USB. Whether it needs drivers only or host software as well, won't change that functionality. As long as the router has the ability to create the connection, it will work. As the previous person says, it has nothing to do with the printer.

Still means going to the room and turning the PC on, wait for it to boot. Defeats the object of wireless printing, might as well just USB/email the document to the PC and print it as normal, and of course you'll be limited on where you can put the printer unless you want to buy extra long USB cables.

You can't even plug an ethernet connection in to this, so no opportunity to use it with another router/powerline adapter.

Although it's cheap, a much better option would be a Richo printer with ethernet built in for people who don't want to have to tether the printer to a PC in order for it to print anything.

http://www.pcnation.co.uk/product.aspx?id=18853&af=11
£30 + £6 postage, although they can be found for even less from time to time.
1 Like #21
FamGuy
dreadzone101
SUMMONER
ninjin
If the router has USB printer server function, then it will work. It's not anything to do with the printer.
Some cheap laser/inkjet printer require host software to run on the computer, in which case they will not work via the USB print server build into a router.
USB print server just forms a bridge between printer and computer and enables connection via your router like it was connected directly via USB. Whether it needs drivers only or host software as well, won't change that functionality. As long as the router has the ability to create the connection, it will work. As the previous person says, it has nothing to do with the printer.
Still means going to the room and turning the PC on, wait for it to boot. Defeats the object of wireless printing, might as well just USB/email the document to the PC and print it as normal, and of course you'll be limited on where you can put the printer unless you want to buy extra long USB cables.
You can't even plug an ethernet connection in to this, so no opportunity to use it with another router/powerline adapter.
Although it's cheap, a much better option would be a Richo printer with ethernet built in for people who don't want to have to tether the printer to a PC in order for it to print anything. http://www.pcnation.co.uk/product.aspx?id=18853&af=11
£30 + £6 postage, although they can be found for even less from time to time.

The Ricoh SP211 can be bought from Tesco Direct for £30 with free click and collect
#22
StockportGerbil
FamGuy
dreadzone101
SUMMONER
ninjin
If the router has USB printer server function, then it will work. It's not anything to do with the printer.
Some cheap laser/inkjet printer require host software to run on the computer, in which case they will not work via the USB print server build into a router.
USB print server just forms a bridge between printer and computer and enables connection via your router like it was connected directly via USB. Whether it needs drivers only or host software as well, won't change that functionality. As long as the router has the ability to create the connection, it will work. As the previous person says, it has nothing to do with the printer.
Still means going to the room and turning the PC on, wait for it to boot. Defeats the object of wireless printing, might as well just USB/email the document to the PC and print it as normal, and of course you'll be limited on where you can put the printer unless you want to buy extra long USB cables.
You can't even plug an ethernet connection in to this, so no opportunity to use it with another router/powerline adapter.
Although it's cheap, a much better option would be a Richo printer with ethernet built in for people who don't want to have to tether the printer to a PC in order for it to print anything. http://www.pcnation.co.uk/product.aspx?id=18853&af=11
£30 + £6 postage, although they can be found for even less from time to time.
The Ricoh SP211 can be bought from Tesco Direct for £30 with free click and collect
Thanks for the heads up, though I bought from Amazon as it's a couple of quid cheaper delivered (though more expensive than it was a month or so ago)

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