Canon MP140 Colour Printer, Scanner and Copier - Argos - £29.99 reserve & pick up - + Quidco - HotUKDeals
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Canon MP140 Colour Printer, Scanner and Copier

Up to 15ppm colour print speed.

Up to 19ppm mono print speed.

100 sheet paper capacity.

Up to 4800 x 1200dpi resolution.

Prints 4 x 6, 4 x 8, 5 x 7 and 8 x 10 inch photos.

Print photos with or without borders.

Scanner:

Up to 600 x 1200 optical resolution.

48-bit depth.

Copier:
Software included: Easy Layout-Print (Windows/Mac), Easy PhotoPrint (Windows/Mac), MP Navigator (Windows/Mac), ScanSoft OmniPage SE (Windows/Mac).

Hi-Speed USB 2.0 connectivity.

Compatible with: Windows 2000/XP/Vista and Mac OS X 10.2.8 - 10.4.

Ink cartridge compatibility: PG-30 FINE black and CL-31 tri-colour.

Includes user manual kit, ink cartridges and quick start guide.

Size (H)18, (W)44.5, (D)38.1cm.

Please note that a USB cable is required to connect the printer to the PC.
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#1
my printer is finally on its death bed, after about 7/8years...good old trusty Mr Epson.

What are the compatible cartridges cost for this?
#2
Not voting cold but...
I bought a Brother DCP-145C Printer/Scanner/Copier yesterday from Argos for £48.89.
It has a better resolution than the Canon, faster colour/mono print speed and can confirm that it's compatible with even Mac 10.5.6

It's £20 more, but the benefit of paying the extra is that you can get compatible cartridges (£15 max for the full set) and the cartridges are high capacity too (30ml black, 20ml colour), whereas Canon's are significantly more expensive and will cost a lot more in the long run.

I'd recommend the Brother one if you're looking for an All-In-One. I emailed a cartridge company last week, and they advised to get Brother over Epson, as Brother cartridges are cost a couple of quid more, but last a lot longer. Plus Epson keep trying to find new ways to reject compatible cartridges.

Just something to consider if you want a multifunctional printer
#3
I am voting cold for precisely the reasons set out above. Spot on.
banned#4
awoodhall2003
my printer is finally on its death bed, after about 7/8years...good old trusty Mr Epson.

What are the compatible cartridges cost for this?


i got canon pixma mp460,it works fine ,but instead of replacing cartidges decided to change the printer,too expensive cartidges ,thinking to buy epson sx105 from 29£ from pcworld or
sx600 wifi f04 73 £ from tesco.i think epson got cheaper cartidges.
#5
It is almost always cheaper to replace the printer now rather than buy original cartridges. I have a Brother 340CW and use compatibles, but my magenta has gone haywire. They will fix it free of charge, but require an invoice for original cartridges. The cheapest I can find these are about £35, so I am in the market for this. Voted hot.
banned#6
did you know printer ink is the most expensive liquid in the world?!
#7
how do u get quidco for reserve&collect(argos)?
#8
Hanaim
how do u get quidco for reserve&collect(argos)?


click on quidco - go to argos - then go reserve normal way:thumbsup:
#9
thanks:)
#10
Is this compatible with linux?

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