CANON PIXMA MG4250 All-in-One Wireless Inkjet Printer was £49.99 now £39.99 @ Currys (Deal of the Day) - HotUKDeals
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CANON PIXMA MG4250 All-in-One Wireless Inkjet Printer was £49.99 now £39.99 @ Currys (Deal of the Day)

£39.99 @ Currys
The Canon PIXMA MG4250 is a compact and advanced All-In-One with print, copy and scan functions. With Auto Duplex, colour screen and Wi-Fi, it offers smartphone and Internet printing plus Apple AirPri… Read More
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The Canon PIXMA MG4250 is a compact and advanced All-In-One with print, copy and scan functions. With Auto Duplex, colour screen and Wi-Fi, it offers smartphone and Internet printing plus Apple AirPrint support.

Printer:
- Compatible with PC and Mac.
- A4 print speed - black text: 9.9ppm (pages per minute).
- A4 print speed - colour text: 5.7ppm (pages per minute).
- Up to 4800 x 1200dpi print resolution.
- Double sided (duplex) printing.
- 100 sheet paper capacity.
- Uses 2 ink cartridges.

Scanner and copier:
- 1200 x 2400dpi optical resolution.

Fax:
- USB port.

Connectivity:
- USB.
- Wireless/WiFi enabled.
- Apple AirPrint.

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#1
http://i65.tinypic.com/4jt9ck.jpg

This is from Pricespy
1 Like #2
love Canon printers, good price too
1 Like #3
mat1uk
love Canon printers, good price too
Thanks Mat. I too prefer them and was after one. Guess it's time to order one. :D
2 Likes #4
Thanks OP, heat! 8)
#5
Frank30uk
Thanks OP, heat! 8)
Thanks Frank :)
#6
Can anyone recommend a cheap printer with seperate ink cartridges for colours and a integral paper loading tray pleae? THink I would rather pay a little more for a slightly higher spec.. Thank you
#7
How much is the ink?
1 Like #8
thanks.
#9
How does it compare to the previous post on HP envy? Really need a printer for home.
#10
matwalaboy
How does it compare to the previous post on HP envy? Really need a printer for home.
Which model?
#11
vassy4u
matwalaboy
How does it compare to the previous post on HP envy? Really need a printer for home.
Which model?
This one http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/huge-saving-hp-envy-4524-colour-one-printer-with-5-months-free-ink-black-friday-2547554 ?
3 Likes #12
Spend an extra £20 and get one with 5 cartridges. You'll get that £20 back the first time you need to buy cartridges. 2 tank printers are expensive to run, inefficient use of ink and not as good quality of print.
#13
This printer or this for a few pounds more anyone got thoughts on this

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#14
matwalaboy
vassy4u
matwalaboy
How does it compare to the previous post on HP envy? Really need a printer for home.
Which model?
This one http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/huge-saving-hp-envy-4524-colour-one-printer-with-5-months-free-ink-black-friday-2547554 ?
http://www.currys.co.uk/gbuk/s_action/compare/18046144-10138212.html
#15
bought it for £34 from john lewis in november. I suspect the price will fall to that level in the boxing day sale.
#16
NinjaBaz
Spend an extra £20 and get one with 5 cartridges. You'll get that £20 back the first time you need to buy cartridges. 2 tank printers are expensive to run, inefficient use of ink and not as good quality of print.
I agree particularly as I can change individual cartridges as and when they run out. I have the MG5650. It's slow but good. Need another but waiting for a printer only deal on the MG5750 (currently c.£60). I don't use canon cartridges - too expensive.
1 Like #17
I'm only getting silver silent deer these days ><
1 Like #18
Mattski
Can anyone recommend a cheap printer with seperate ink cartridges for colours and a integral paper loading tray pleae? THink I would rather pay a little more for a slightly higher spec.. Thank you

http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/hp-officejet-7612-bigger-than-a3-wifi-colour-duplex-printer-scanner-copier-88-98-2570082 ?
1 Like #19
cold.
inkjet printer.
#20
MZzzz
NinjaBaz
Spend an extra £20 and get one with 5 cartridges. You'll get that £20 back the first time you need to buy cartridges. 2 tank printers are expensive to run, inefficient use of ink and not as good quality of print.
I agree particularly as I can change individual cartridges as and when they run out. I have the MG5650. It's slow but good. Need another but waiting for a printer only deal on the MG5750 (currently c.£60). I don't use canon cartridges - too expensive.

Try this http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/canon-pixma-mg5650-one-wi-fi-printer-49-99-white-argos-2401223#post29551262 at Argos and read my post on that thread... You may be given the MG5750 in replacement of the MG5650, it's happened a few times for me in the past. Either way, the inks are cheaper for the MG5650 and not a great deal between the 2 printers.
#21
Bought my daughter a Canon MP640 for about £140 a few years back and has hardly been used but now it's needed for her GCSE art it's decided to stop working and apparently wants a new print head meaning the thing is now junk.
Not voted but don't think my next printer will be a Canon,
#22
NinjaBaz
Try this http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/canon-pixma-mg5650-one-wi-fi-printer-49-99-white-argos-2401223#post29551262 at Argos and read my post on that thread... You may be given the MG5750 in replacement of the MG5650, it's happened a few times for me in the past. Either way, the inks are cheaper for the MG5650 and not a great deal between the 2 printers.

Interesting, shame it only comes in white... I've had the MG6250 for a few years now and it's a great little printer for photos.
#23
waiting for my pay still :(
need this, another tablet and still need to buy presents for people..
#24
Does it come with ink
1 Like #25
Savo
Bought my daughter a Canon MP640 for about £140 a few years back and has hardly been used but now it's needed for her GCSE art it's decided to stop working and apparently wants a new print head meaning the thing is now junk.
Not voted but don't think my next printer will be a Canon,

Same here, I went for laser one
#26
From experience, I have spent money in the past on cheap inkjets (upto 40 quid) as I hardly print. But if the printer is not used for a few weeks, the head gets clogged and it is literally junk. Have purchased a cheap Samsung mono laser and had if for about a year now. Fires up every time I need the occasional print.
To summarise, if you are an occasional printer, ink jet is not a good option. My humble opinion of course.
#27
Savo
Bought my daughter a Canon MP640 for about £140 a few years back and has hardly been used but now it's needed for her GCSE art it's decided to stop working and apparently wants a new print head meaning the thing is now junk.
Not voted but don't think my next printer will be a Canon,

I wouldn't be so quick to refuse Canon on that. If not used all printer heads will dry up and after a time get ink in them so it's beyond recovering - as mentioned it was hardly used.
I have this particular printer and find it very good. Links to phones easily via the app for direct printing of photos. Links to wifi easily and hasn't ever lost connection for me. Always good quality printing.
Had for around 2 years now.
Only niggle is that the paper tray is a bit too short and the paper coming out can fall onto the floor.
#28
NinjaBaz
Spend an extra £20 and get one with 5 cartridges. You'll get that £20 back the first time you need to buy cartridges. 2 tank printers are expensive to run, inefficient use of ink and not as good quality of print.

I think this one for £59 is a better option.

Canon PIXMA MG5750
#29
kieronmclaughlin18
Does it come with ink
yes
#30
mracerimmer
NinjaBaz
Spend an extra £20 and get one with 5 cartridges. You'll get that £20 back the first time you need to buy cartridges. 2 tank printers are expensive to run, inefficient use of ink and not as good quality of print.
I think this one for £59 is a better option.Canon PIXMA MG5750

It's definitely better than this posts printer. Good Compatibles are around the £20/set mark at the moment still being a new range, which is still cheaper than a couple of Remans for this which could be £30+ for the 2.
2 Likes #31
Savo
Bought my daughter a Canon MP640 for about £140 a few years back and has hardly been used but now it's needed for her GCSE art it's decided to stop working and apparently wants a new print head meaning the thing is now junk.
Not voted but don't think my next printer will be a Canon,

"hardly been used" - That is the big clue here. Ink also acts as a lubricant and printers work better when they're used regularly. If you had a car sitting on the drive being hardly used, you'd expect that to seize up over time too.

"Not voted but don't think my next printer will be a Canon" - Good luck, Canon are pretty much the only company out there that are not disabling compatible cartridges by installing firmware updates to your printer. No end of trouble on the other big brands out there.
1 Like #32
Had this one for a year or two and to be honest it has been pretty reliable. If I don't use it for a while I do sometimes need to press the network button but it works just fine after that.
1 Like #33
nice find vassy , heat added :)
1 Like #34
sradmad
nice find vassy , heat added :)
Cheers Sradmad :)
5 Likes #35
If you clicked here for that last reindeer, don't worry, I did too.

Nicely priced printer btw.
#36
tsimehC
If you clicked here for that last reindeer, don't worry, I did too.Nicely priced printer btw.
:D
#37
Savo
Bought my daughter a Canon MP640 for about £140 a few years back and has hardly been used but now it's needed for her GCSE art it's decided to stop working and apparently wants a new print head meaning the thing is now junk.
Not voted but don't think my next printer will be a Canon,

there's loads on this on the internet - it's a con by cannon to get people to buy genuine ink catridges. Mu canon printed a fantastic photo then packed up and said the printer head was damaged!! Then turned it on and off printed another photo and so on but now has error code 404. So now have oads of i nk and no printer and I haven;t had it a year yet.
#38
r40
Savo
Bought my daughter a Canon MP640 for about £140 a few years back and has hardly been used but now it's needed for her GCSE art it's decided to stop working and apparently wants a new print head meaning the thing is now junk.
Not voted but don't think my next printer will be a Canon,

there's loads on this on the internet - it's a con by cannon to get people to buy genuine ink catridges. Mu canon printed a fantastic photo then packed up and said the printer head was damaged!! Then turned it on and off printed another photo and so on but now has error code 404. So now have oads of i nk and no printer and I haven;t had it a year yet.


The original poster said hardly used in a few years... that will destroy any print head, not just Canon.

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