Canon Pixma MP190 All-in-one Photo Printer Was £48.89 Now £29.98 *In-store only* @ Tesco - HotUKDeals
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Canon Pixma MP190 All-in-one Photo Printer Was £48.89 Now £29.98 *In-store only* @ Tesco

£29.98 @ Tesco
PS: This is my first deal post!! My thanks to all here for the great deals they post, I have benefited and hoping I will be able to help others too. :-) Saw the Canon Pixma MP190 All-in-one Photo …
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PS: This is my first deal post!! My thanks to all here for the great deals they post, I have benefited and hoping I will be able to help others too. :-)

Saw the Canon Pixma MP190 All-in-one Photo Printer in Tesco for £29.98. I did a quick check on google.co.uk/products and cheapest online is £43.

Edit: I have added a better image in the 2nd post below.

Product Description taken from an online retailer follows:
Compact, affordable and easy-to-use All-In-One with Canon's unique FINE technology -high-quality images and superb functionality, every time. Enjoy bright and vibrant photo prints, with ink droplets as tiny as 2pl delivering smooth gradations and fine detail. A maximum resolution of 4800x1200dpi is achievable and a photolab-quality print can be produced in approximately 70 seconds. The ChromaLife100 system combines the PIXMA MP190, genuine Canon FINE Cartridges and a selection of Canon photo papers to create beautiful, long-lasting photos. Two FINE Cartridges are used. A black cartridge contains pigment ink for crisp, sharp text printing. Secondly, colour dye-based inks are ideal for graphics and images, delivering glossy photo prints. The combination of scanner and printer enables you to create high-quality, vibrant copies without the need for a PC.

The 600dpi resolution flatbed scanner provides superb colour scans. It is possible to scan different size documents or photos with good quality. The scan to PDF function is a quick and easy solution for creating electronic versions of paper documents. Canons Easy-PhotoPrint EX software has been included to make correcting and enhancing your photos straightforward and intuitive. You can remove red-eye from your digital images, and Auto Image Fix ensures great results when printing. The potential of the All-In-One is maximised thanks to the inclusion of a Quick Start function. Users have access to all the major features within a few seconds from turning the PIXMA MP190 on. Windows and Mac OS X compatible.

Main Features:
* Print, Copy and Scan
* 4800x1200dpi resolution, 2pl ink droplets
* Photolab-quality 10x15cm borderless photo in approximately 70 seconds
* ChromaLife100 system
* 600dpi scanner
* Easy-PhotoPrint EX software with Auto Image Fix
* Quick Start
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1good price heat added, for thode who need black heres a twin pack of jettec £17.99 http://www.picstop.co.uk/Canon%20Ink%20Cartridges/Canon-PG-37-Black-Compatible-Ink-Cartridge-by-JetTec---MC37----TWINPACK free delivery.
£9.99 single black http://www.picstop.co.uk/Canon%20Ink%20Cartridges/Canon-PG-37-Black-Compatible-Ink-Cartridge-by-JetTec---MC37-
£11.99 colour single http://www.picstop.co.uk/Canon%20Ink%20Cartridges/Canon-CL-38-Colour-Compatible-Ink-Cartridge-by-JetTec---MC38-
There used to be CISS ink on 7dayshop but they are sold out now.
There are ciss on ebay for £59.99 which is a bit pricy item number 250493078825.
#2
Here is a more viewable image:

http://i34.tinypic.com/25tknsk.jpg
#3
which store was this found in?
#4
Still think an Epson with compatible cartridges will be cheaper in the long run.
#5
regcar
Still think an Epson with compatible cartridges will be cheaper in the long run.


My Epson;s still going strong after about 7 years, has hardly cost anything to run. But,

great 1st post, heat added as seems a hot deal.:-D
#6
I have one of these, nice printer, easy to copy, scan and print, nice print quality, I use an ink refill kit to refill.
#7
Forgot to mention, this was found in Tesco at Oxford Rd., Reading.

Cheers,
Kewl.
#8
I've had one of these for about a year, no problems and easy to setup and use
1 Like #9
or you could just buy a ciss for the mp190 and no bother have to constantly replace the expesive cartridges, from what i remember 7 day shop had these for about £18 at one point, tis a very good printer/scanner, its what ive got and am VERY happy :)
other shops do have them but they are about £30 heres the link to the one on 7 day shop so u can get the name check stock etc
http://www.7dayshop.com/catalog/product_info.php?cPath=777_2&products_id=106296
#10
These are excellent printers, especially for that price
#11
anyone know if they are mac friendly?
#12
nice post - I got one when it was £25, ok for general office use, very very poor for me when printing photos. I use it mainly as a photocopier.
#13
£29.97 on line http://direct.tesco.com/search/default.aspx?search=mp190 not sure if they charge delivery or how much.
Think you can still use the code TDX-SFFT for £5 off £30 spend if you add a small item :thumbsup:
#14
great price, shame theres no wireless option though or i'd have snapped this up ;-)
#15
poor print quality with photos
#16
mysticjenny
£29.97 on line http://direct.tesco.com/search/default.aspx?search=mp190 not sure if they charge delivery or how much.


Yes, £5.00 for either delivery or in-store pick-up.
#17
Also picked one up today in Barry
Comes with windows and mac drivers
#18
R1cbm;6431285
poor print quality with photos
Probably better if you spend eye-watering amounts on photo paper.
#19
Great printer - Works well with Mac - We have one and it is well worth the money:-D Heat added
#20
Excellent
#21
Had six on display in Twickenham store 4 hours ago.....was very very tempted...
#22
I found the photo printing to be very good. Managed to fire off a few pictures of a friend's wedding onto glossy photo paper and they were very impressed. Outperformed others that were developed in one of those Asda photo developing machines in everyone's opinion.
#23
Good deal! Always liked Canon printers....easy to use and reliable with good quality output! Best to check cartridge replacement prices before you buy any printer 'though....cos that's where the cash is eaten up! :thumbsup:
#24
Voted cold , No offence to the OP , firstly these were £15 in Asda last week (southbank middlesbrough) secondly the inks are extortionate , you would be much better off buying a higher priced epson printer and using a CISS or compatable cartridges , my r200 lasted about 5 years which is very good.
#25
Great deal, thanks!
#26
Can anyone tell me how good the scanner is? My standalone scanner has failed and this item is a lot cheaper than a new scanner!
#27
If it's a wireless, then really hot
#28
I agree about expensive ink. A cart will set you back about £10 - even 3rd party ones. Compare to Epson ones that start from £1.

I am in a no win situation ... I dont use a printer often and ink clogs up beyond repair if I get an Epson with a permanent head, or bite the bullet and buy one like this and replace the expensive cart when it gets clogged.
#29
Several left in Camberley. Great deal for a billy basic all-in-one!
#30
Thanks for this - been looking for a decent all-in-one, and I'm a bug fan of Canon so it's a win win for me!
#31
S c 0 TT y
anyone know if they are mac friendly?


Yes, no probs on Leopard or Snow Leopard.
1 Like #32
I can recommend this printer. the inks don't dry up and it works very well, and is simple to use.
remember it is only supplied with starter ink cartridges so it won't be long before you eed to spend another thirty quid (ish) for a pair of replacements. Unless you use fakes.
Don't forget to send your emplties into
[url]www.therecyclingfactory.com/uk/services/cartridges.asp[/url]

they pay £4.50 for cl41's (the normal colour cartridges for this printer) when they are empty.

As you get more for originals (known as virgin as distinct from non virgin) it seems hardly worth buying copies.
#33
regcar
Still think an Epson with compatible cartridges will be cheaper in the long run.


beware, new generation of epsons needs good aftermarket thin inks to run properly. epson has done loads to stop ppl buying aftermarket inks. any inks slightly thinker than the original will mess up the nozzles.
#34
mysticjenny;6430992
£29.97 on line http://direct.tesco.com/search/default.aspx?search=mp190 not sure if they charge delivery or how much.
Think you can still use the code TDX-SFFT for £5 off £30 spend if you add a small item :thumbsup:


HSpin;6431346
Yes, £5.00 for either delivery or in-store pick-up.


Available for collection from Thursday 1st October 2009 after 4:00pm (please check store for local opening times)
Product Price Subtotal
£30.65
1 x Canon MP190 all in one printer£29.97
1 x Tesco Silicon Teats 2 Pack Standard Neck Medium Flow (component)£0.68
Delivery

Description Price Total delivery charge for this order is Free Delivery
Subtotal after delivery
for this order is £30.65
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Description Amount Subtotal after payments
for this order is £25.65
ECoupon

£5 off when you spend £30 for this order is-£5.00
Total Remaining to Pay £25.65
Clubcard points earnedfor this order is 60

[SIZE=4]£25.65 using code and free pick up in store:thumbsup: & Quidco.[/SIZE]
#35
I picked one of these up last night.

I've not tried the scanner yet, but the print quality is great. The photocopying option is spot on aswell.
#36
machofairy
I agree about expensive ink. A cart will set you back about £10 - even 3rd party ones. Compare to Epson ones that start from £1.

I am in a no win situation ... I dont use a printer often and ink clogs up beyond repair if I get an Epson with a permanent head, or bite the bullet and buy one like this and replace the expensive cart when it gets clogged.


I've been through two or three Epsons which stopped working after a year due to lack of use.
Bought a Canon instead after that and it's still good as new two years later.
Can leave it months without printing and when you come back to it, it's perfect.

Yes the cartridges are more expensive, but that's because you get the a new head each time :)
#37
thanks got one their are two left in tesco Thornton Heath
#38
or you can spend an additional £6 and get a much better one here at amazon

http://www.amazon.co.uk/Photosmart-C4480-All-One-Printer/dp/B001CG4UI4

very good reviews as well and very cheap ink

http://www.trustedreviews.com/printers/review/2009/08/11/HP-Photosmart-C4480---Inkjet-All-in-One/p1


it has an LCD as well and hence can be used without a PC ie takes memory cards as well etc

i know which one i would go for - the cannon is last years model without an LCd screen and needs a PC to work.The HP one is new and has an LCD screen which is very useful on a printer ie just plug in a camera and print directly from the camera.
#39
it is really nice printer...
#40
jonathan_d
I've been through two or three Epsons which stopped working after a year due to lack of use.
Bought a Canon instead after that and it's still good as new two years later.
Can leave it months without printing and when you come back to it, it's perfect.

Yes the cartridges are more expensive, but that's because you get the a new head each time :)


totally agree with these comments.

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