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The Pixma MP210 photo All-in-One is great for anyone wanting quality printing and scanning at an affordable price. Its the perfect tool for producing beautiful photo prints as well as correspondence, business documents, school projects and much, much more.

In standard mode the MP 210 can print a 10x15cm borderless photo in around 46 seconds and in draft mode you can print or copy documents at up to 22 pages per minute in black and white or 17 pages per minute in colour. The maximum resolution of 4800 x 1200 dpi and Canons Chromalife inks ensure vibrant, finely-detailed and long lasting photos. You can apply Red Eye Removal, face brightening and more with the image editing software included with the Pixma MP210 while Auto Image Fix automatically enhances your photos.

With the MP210 you can scan straight to your PC, to email or to PDF. MP Navigator EX software makes every stage of operation easier, from image search to PDF document editing.

* Maximum Print Resolution - 4800 x 1200 dpi
* Normal print speed - 14ppm b&w/9ppm colour
* Standalone Copier Function - Yes
* Number of Cartridges - Black & Tri-colour

* Connectivity - Hi-speed USB 2.0
* Borderless printing - Borderless up to A4
* Direct printing features - Pictbridge port
* Preview Screen - Text only-screen


This very capable multifunction printer is available for £39.99 from PCWorld.co.uk, either [email protected] or free delivery. You can only use the 5% off for delivery though.

Canon are offering £20 cashback from 1st March 2008 'till 13th April 2008, details of which can be seen here:
http://www.canon.co.uk/mp210cashback/
And the direct link to the claim back form is here:
http://www.canon.co.uk/Images/MP210%20II%20Cahsback%20A5%20Flyer%20UK_web_tcm14-497813.pdf

Making it: 39.99-2.00(5% off)-20.00(Cashback)= £17.99
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#1
I got one of these on a similar deal recently and it is a cracking piece of kit, especially for the price. Replacemenk ink isn't exorbitant either.
#2
Nice deal, thanks for bringing it up. I got this last time it was running for a couple of quid more.

Another alternative (works out slightly more expensive) is to get it from Amazon if you (lke me) don't like dealing with DSG more than necessary. http://www.amazon.co.uk/CANON-PIXMA-MP210-PHOTO-4800X1200/dp/B000UXAORG
£38.59 (free del) - £20.00 = £18.59
#3
Many thanks for this thread just ordered mine with adding quidco works out to £17.04 with all discounts ahd rebate many thanks monkeyboy
#4
MoneySavingG
Nice deal, thanks for bringing it up. I got this last time it was running for a couple of quid more.

Another alternative (works out slightly more expensive) is to get it from Amazon if you (lke me) don't like dealing with DSG more than necessary. http://www.amazon.co.uk/CANON-PIXMA-MP210-PHOTO-4800X1200/dp/B000UXAORG
£38.59 (free del) - £20.00 = £18.59


sorry, what does DSG stands for ?
#5
It's obtained through the 20 quid voucher, much as if you were buying it from PC World.
#6
remember amazon and their price drop policy!
#7
DSG: Dixons Store Group. Currys, Dixons, PC World etc.
What are Amazon like to deal with?
#8
dont reserve online, go instore and buy, price match amazon and its even cheaper!
#9
gary_rip;1660336
dont reserve online, go instore and buy, price match amazon and its even cheaper!

£16.95...:thumbsup:
#10
just ordered mine, been wanting a new one for some time, heat and rep added,


thanks :-D


some very good reviews about this printer, i know i could have made it slightly cheaper, but i have just ordered mine from amazon (who i may add have been good to buy off) £38.59, grab my £20 back and i think thats a awesome price of £18.59 as it comes with a colour and a black cartridge, and that would set you back about the same price :)

well happy


RAIL
#11
What are ink prices like for this? links?
#12
I'd like to know how much replacement ink costs for this too. I've been able to buy replacement ink cartridges for my Epson Stylus Photo R220 for £6 for an entire set of colour and black from a local computer market!
#13
i dont think you can get compatibles so they wont be that cheap!
#14
Great deal. I went with amazon.co.uk (at http://tinyurl.com/2s9qfn) also who always seem to offer an excellent service.
£38.59 - £20 (cashback) = £18.59. Wow!!!!

I have this printer already and it's been great. Saves me getting some new cartridges!!
Thanks!

http://ecx.images-amazon.com/images/I/41QlM2P5asL._SS400_.jpg
#15
How do you get the 20 quid back from Amazon?

EDIT: ignore the above :D
#16
gary_rip
dont reserve online, go instore and buy, price match amazon and its even cheaper!


Hi gary_rip

Are you saying that PCWorld instore will price match Amazon?

Also, what do you mean by Amazon's price drop policy?

Finally, how do you get Amazon's price down to your quoted £16.95? I make it £38.59 less £20 cashback from Canon = £18.59.
#17
renard
Hi gary_rip

Are you saying that PCWorld instore will price match Amazon?

Also, what do you mean by Amazon's price drop policy?

Finally, how do you get Amazon's price down to your quoted £16.95? I make it £38.59 less £20 cashback from Canon = £18.59.


If you print off the amazon page with the price displayed and showing that it is in stock, then go to PC World and ask them to price match it for you. They should do it, and offer you an extra 10% off the price :thumbsup:
#18
LssL
If you print off the amazon page with the price displayed and showing that it is in stock, then go to PC World and ask them to price match it for you. They should do it, and offer you an extra 10% off the price :thumbsup:


Wow! I didn't know that!
Many thanks for the advice, LssL.

Canon are great printers (shame about the ink cost), so this is a great deal.
#19
yeh ink at £10 a pop isnt worth it imo
banned#20
id rather pay money on genuine ink than get cheap compatibles and end up buying a new printer anyway once the (always) inferior ink clogs the print heads.
#21
Thanks for posting. Great Value! :thumbsup:

Just ordered one from PCW online as we were looking for a good deal on a new printer. Can't wait till it arrives. :-D
#22
Anarchist
id rather pay money on genuine ink than get cheap compatibles and end up buying a new printer anyway once the (always) inferior ink clogs the print heads.



there are times when you might need super quality photos and what not but lets face it most people most of the time will print text in black and white and the odd primary colour, I have a HP which unless I'm printing photos I refill the black with tesco value black ink with a syringe maybe works out at 50p a refill for a black cartridge - absolutely no complaints from me or my wallet. if and when it clogs up THEN replace the cartridge, the printer's just fine.

point is why spend a fortune on replacement cartidges that almost work out the same as buying a new printer every 3 months?

just saying the whole home printer "chromalife" "durabrite" super duper coloured snap offers a poor value return it's cheaper to get loads more pics professionally printed at photobox or snapfish for pennies a pop plus minor delivery or pick em up yourself at your local jessops, or get a digital picture frame and slide show all your digital photos or (as most of you do) upload your SD cards to your media centre's, ps3's, wii's and all and show off your snaps on your plasma's.
#23
4.99 is good, question though, are the cartridges chipped like the epsons where you have to reset them after refill?

also, will the printer print in black only if the colour's run out (I had an epson dx3850 where if the colours out and the black is 100% new and full it still wont print b&w until colours replaced)
#24
Quidco 2.5%
Topcashback 5%

Its worth checking sometimes Quidco isn't always the best option:thumbsup:
#25
walerah;1660832
4.99 is good, question though, are the cartridges chipped like the epsons where you have to reset them after refill?
repped :gift:

My epson stopped doing this after a while - dont know why. Maybe it only does it once for each colour.
Dave.
#26
Would you believe it - I've bought 2 of these in the past month for a neighbor and her daughter-in-law (she doesn't trust online shopping).

Oh well - My dad was after one, so at least we've saved something.

Also Reminder - These don't come with a USB cable to connect to your PC, so if you don't already have one, remember to add one to your order :thumbsup:
#27
Apart from the ability to use memory cards, what's the adavantage/disadvantage of this over the MP170 (Argos deal posted a few days ago)?

Any comments appreciated...Thanks!
#28
does this only print one size photo?
#29
What's the scanning function like on this? I currently have a Canon LiDE 25 scanner and Epson R200. Would this be considered an upgrade for either item?
#30
Nemeus
What's the scanning function like on this? I currently have a Canon LiDE 25 scanner and Epson R200. Would this be considered an upgrade for either item?


Good. I have one already. Only scanned two docs so far, but both quicker and easier than my old Dell scanner.

http://www.999inks.co.uk/Inkjet-Cartridges_1/Canon_2/Canon-Pixma-MP210_2616/

Link to cheapest inks I've found for these. £4.99 black, £5.99 colour, delivered. Haven't used the refills yet, but will report when I do. Also go through quidco for 10% cashback.

Also checkout InkClub if you havent used them before. Expensive, but if it's your first order and you go through quidco you will get £9 cashback. Mine tracked and validated with quidco quickly.
#31
Anyone have any experience with these refills...?

http://www.999inks.co.uk/Inkjet-Cartridges_1/Canon_2/Canon-Pixma-MP210_2616/

If they're good, then I think this CANON may be worth it.

If not, then I think Epson still has better value ink, coming in at around £13 for a black/colour set whist the Canon is just over £20 (all on average of course).

I won't make the mistake of going for a cheap printer again ie. a Lexmark, and then get continually done on the price of ink.:x
#32
I bought one from Amazon as well.
#33
Istanbul_Kop
Anyone have any experience with these refills...?

http://www.999inks.co.uk/Inkjet-Cartridges_1/Canon_2/Canon-Pixma-MP210_2616/

If they're good, then I think this CANON may be worth it.

If not, then I think Epson still has better value ink, coming in at around £13 for a black/colour set whist the Canon is just over £20 (all on average of course).

I won't make the mistake of going for a cheap printer again ie. a Lexmark, and then get continually done on the price of ink.:x


Yes, would like to know this too. Just to note that canon has been pushing this new model aggressively with cashcack offers since its launch. My guess (hope?) is that the sheer volumes of sales will eventually - hopefully soon - lead to cheaper compatibles being introduced. There should certainly be a market for them. Any info on this will be appreciated. I'll also look around...
#34
thank you for this deal - it really is a crazy world when its cheaper to buy a new printer than buy replacement ink!
#35
Pc world price match is a waste of time. They only offer 10% of the difference in the price. So the difference between the PCW price and the Amazon price is £1.40 meaning you would get 14p off. WOW!
#36
Anyone know any good deals on a wireless printer?
#37
peroxidase;1661397
Pc world price match is a waste of time. They only offer 10% of the difference in the price. So the difference between the PCW price and the Amazon price is £1.40 meaning you would get 14p off. WOW!


Wrong . Poster no. 9 said to buy in store at PC World

PC World price in store is £ 54.99
Amazon price is £ 38.59
Difference is £ 16.40
So 10% = £1.64

Obviously not worth the hassle unless you are near a PC World or need a printer urgently. ( My dad has been quoted £60 to fix his £18 printer this morning that uses the same ink so a real bargain>)
#38
If this is only available for collection then the 5% off voucher can't be used. And even with 2.5% Quidco which is max £1 then you a better getting it from Amazon.co.uk £38.59(and saving the petrol)

Unless I am missing something the deal should be voted cold(ish).
#39
neilc
Wrong . Poster no. 9 said to buy in store at PC World

PC World price in store is £ 54.99
Amazon price is £ 38.59
Difference is £ 16.40
So 10% = £1.64

My apologies
#40
peroxidase
Pc world price match is a waste of time. They only offer 10% of the difference in the price. So the difference between the PCW price and the Amazon price is £1.40 meaning you would get 14p off. WOW!


instore price is 54.99

54.99 - 38.59 = 16.40 difference + 10% (1.64)

= 36.95 - cashback = £16.95 for printer

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