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Canon MP160 Compact & Stylish All-in-One Photo Printer - £35 delivered @ Amazon !

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Description : This no-compromise PIXMA MP160 Photo All-In-One lets you get more done, right at home. You'll print beautiful, long-lasting photos, along with copies that are truer to your originals' images and text. The unique Z-Lid lets you produce clear, complete scans even of thick originals like personal notebooks. You can even print photos directly from a PictBridge compatible camera or DV camcorder - no computer required!
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#1
http://images.amazon.com/images/G/01/electronics/detail-page/mp160-1-lg.jpg

[LIST]
[*]Product Description: Canon PIXMA MP160 - multifunction ( colour )
[*]Device Type: Copier / printer / scanner
[*]Copier Type: Digital
[*]Dimensions (WxDxH): 44.3 cm x 38.1 cm x 18.1 cm
[*]Weight: 6.3 kg
[*]Printing Technology: Ink-jet ( colour )
[*]Inkjet Technology: Canon FINE (Full-lithography inkjet Nozzle Engineering) - 4-ink
[*]Max Copying Speed: Up to 22 ppm (mono) / up to 17 ppm (colour)
[*]Max Printing Speed: Up to 22 ppm (mono) / up to 17 ppm (colour)
[*]Max Printing Resolution: Up to 600 x 600 dpi (mono) / up to 4800 x 1200 dpi (colour)
[*]Scanning: 600 x 1200 dpi
[*]Original Size: 216 x 297 mm (max)
[*]Original Type: Sheets, books
[*]Media Size: Legal (216 x 356 mm) (max)
[*]Media Type: Envelopes, plain paper, iron-on transfers, photo paper
[*]Standard Media Capacity: 100 sheets
[*]PC Connection Availability: Built-in
[*]PC Connection: Hi-Speed USB
[*]Power: AC 110/230 V ( 50/60Hz )[/LIST]
#2
Same price as pixmania but cheaper as it's free delivery. Looks like a good printer, gets 10/10 reviews on pixmania

http://www.pixmania.co.uk/uk/uk/382525/art/canon/pixma-mp160-multifunction.html?srcid=867#avisconso
#3
I bought this printer a while ago, for about £40 and definitely recommend it.

It's much better than the alternatives around this price point, it is well built and not at all flimsy [like those awful Lexmarks] - it has an extra deep bracket on the scanner so you can scan books pages, or deep objects with ease- and finally and perhaps most important has exceptionally good printing output.

The only downside is that the ink cartridges are slightly more expensive than average - but not to distraction thankfully.

I can't recommend this printer at this price enough.

It will even let you print direct from a camera using pict bridge. You don't need a small LCD screen built into the printer, as your camera itself does this job. No need to pay extra for a printer with a built in screen.

10/10. Does everything it says on the tin at a very high quality. A superb all-in-one.

That's my two penneth opinion anyway
1 Like #4
piratematt


I bought this printer a while ago, for about £40 and definitely recommend it.



I can't recommend this printer at this price enough.



Which one is it?? lol :giggle:
#5
It's a nice printer. But £24.50 per refill puts me off of it.
SVP - Color £13.60, Black £10.90. If you can persevere with the price of the ink though, then go for it. Hot for what it is.
#6
[SIZE=2]By the looks of it that's about average these days for ink for a newish printer.[/SIZE]
[SIZE=2][/SIZE]
[SIZE=2]Nice one edi, even better that the one you found on Friday![/SIZE]
#7
Scribbles
It's a nice printer. But £24.50 per refill puts me off of it.
SVP - Color £13.60, Black £10.90. If you can persevere with the price of the ink though, then go for it. Hot for what it is.


I was told Canon printers have cheap refills :roll:

May be someone can shine light...
banned#8
haha no effing way I ordered one of these from ebuyer for £40 and it just came this morning, its a great machine all in all doesnt come with a USB cable but they are a dime a dozen anyway so be warned
#9
edi
I was told Canon printers have cheap refills :roll:

May be someone can shine light...


I have a cannon pixma ip1500 printer. Had it for a long time now.

Very cheap to refill. And why get new refills when you can go to your local ink refiller!

:w00t:
banned#10
considering how often they have to be refilled and other ink prices I was not too put off by £25
#11
CHEAP REFILLS INDEED !!!!

I have a Canon MP130 & I use compat' cartridges, I always buy 4 colour & 4 black for £8 (total) !!!

This is a bargain indeed & I highly recommend you snaffle one up quickly.
#12
Bought my girlfriend this printer. it's excellent. She get the replacement carts from tescos and they dont cost much at all.
#13
just bagged one, smart looking little machine.
#14
i take it this is a normal printer as well not just for photo's?

i want to be able to print out photos as well as little b&w drawings from cbbc for my son to colour in. can this do that as well?

i assume it can, just thought i'd ask before i buy it.
#15
ordered the mp160 for my inlaws bout a month ago.
went through (with postage) on amazon for £30. even though it was advertised at £35. bargain!
banned 1 Like #16
Voted cold rubbish deal.
#17
why is it rubbish please explain?
#18
landofdan
why is it rubbish please explain?


Don't feed the trolls ;-)
#19
samy26
Voted cold rubbish deal.


Care to explain why? :)
#20
Canon are excellent printers.

Ink prices are very reasonable and speed and quality of print are pretty awesome.

I have the MP760 which IMHO surpasses all of the others but this little brother (?), OK, sister then, is amazing value at £40.00

Don't regret NOT buying it.
#21
Thanks again edi - just ordered! :)
#22
Good printer, bought one last month from amazon for £40 :)
#23
Thanks for the comments guys :thumbsup:

landofdan
i take it this is a normal printer as well not just for photo's?

....


Yes, this is a normal printer / scanner / stand alone copier :)
#24
yeh, looks great and if it has cheapis carts then it looks a real winner, ta edi
#25
Anyone know if the scanner will work through a USB network adaptor?

Cheers
#26
thanks, got one ;)
#27
Anyone know if the scanner will work through a USB network adaptor?


i assume it will all work via the usb connection. just ordered myself one. thanks OP.
#28
After one of these, but tight on space.
The specs give a depth of 38cm.
Can any owners confirm whether this is with the front print tray open or closed?
Thanks
#29
Looks a nice printer, only thing i will say is there is no mention of a card reader built in which i find very handy on a printer.
#30
Can any owners confirm whether this is with the front print tray open or closed?
Thanks


the front tray sort of opens up, like a sort of flap at the front. it opens downwards and would add a few inches to the size when open.

i too was pushed for space, thankfully it just fitted in for me sideways.

im very happy with it for the money. scanner works great too.
#31
so its 38cm with the flap up, a few inches more with the flap down?

Thanks
#32
I wonder where you guy buy cheap ink for this printer.
#33
symbian
I wonder where you guy buy cheap ink for this printer.


Me too, I have the MP150 that's quite similar to this and I'm struggling to find cheap ink for it (only Canon brand is available, as far as I'm aware!).

I've had a Canon SmartBase MP190 before it for few years and it was fantastic - I used to get 10 cartridges (colour and black mix and match) for £10 delivered!
#34
I'm trying to work out whether I buy this Canon listed, or this Brother All-In-One printer:

http://www.eatay.com/productInfo.php?pid=7760306364226273

Not much in price, so which one's best and which one will be cheapest to run, i.e. to replace with new cartridges?
#35
I know from experience that the new range from Canon (including the one in this thread, the MP160) is expensive to run as it only takes Canon cartridges. Canon now puts a chip in the printer head that somehow detects the cartridge manufacturer.

Some clever people invented a replacement head that allows these printers to take non-Canon cartridges but you have to pay for the head obviously (head + a couple of non-Canon cartridges = £25). Not worth it in my opinion as the replacement head will never be the same quality as the Canon's one which will affect printer quality. I'd rather add another tenner and buy a brand-new printer that will include new original cartridges.

Or wait until someone in this forum tells me how to replace my MP150 cartridges, cheaply ;-)
#36
Its upto £37.70 delivered at Amazon now.

Just out of interest WH Smith is selling them instore for £37.49! They had loads at the Middlesbrough branch

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