Canon PIXMA MX340 Wireless All-in-One Printer Bundle only £39.99@argos includes 2gb usb stick and photopaper worth £19. @ Argos - HotUKDeals
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Canon PIXMA MX340 Wireless All-in-One Printer Bundle.

Home and Office All-In-One with Wi-Fi connectivity for easy sharing across the network. Super G3 high speed fax with save to memory/pdf function. Scan, copy and fax large documents easily with a fully-integrated ADF. Photolab-quality borderless 10x15cm photo print in 43 seconds. ChromaLife100+ for long-lasting beautiful photo. Includes 2GB USB stick & 50 sheet pack of 4x6in photo paper.

Printer:

A4 print speed - black text: 8.4ppm.
A4 print speed - colour text: 4.8ppm.
Prints a 10 x 15cm (6 x 4in) photo in 43 seconds.
Up to 4800 x 1200dpi print resolution.
100 sheet paper capacity.
Uses 2 ink cartridges.
Scanner:

1200 x 2400dpi optical resolution.
Copier:

Reduce and enlarge function.
Fax:

50 page memory.
Up to 33kbps transmission speed.
PictBridge - print images directly from a digital camera.
USB port.
Connectivity:

USB (cable not included).
Wireless/WiFi enabled.
Bluetooth wireless technology enabled.
General information:

LCD display.
Photo editing software included.
Compatible with Windows XP or later.
Compatible with OS v10.4.8 or higher.
Includes USB cable.
Size H45.8, W41.5, D19.8cm.
Weight 8.6kg.
Manufacturer's 1 year guarantee.
Additional Information
* Please note item 9293612 has previously been on sale at £59.99.

Current selling price valid until 31/05/2011
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#1
Not a great printer but an excellent price.
banned#2
black catridge only £11 @amazon
#3
good stuff for a cheap and cheerful wireless unit
#4
How cheap is the ink?
#5
Bought this for my Dad and it cost £81 from Amazon.

Works without hassle.
#6
reserved. ta. heat
#7
Canon outlet on ebay are great too
#8
Does this model have cheap compatibles cartridges that work?
#9
No cheap cartridges but refill kits available.

Edited By: jacksonliam on May 25, 2011 21:22
#10
Just reserved one.. thanks op, heat added
banned#11
still available to collect instore ,dont no why this is still cold
#12
Picked one up, great. Heat added
#13
Can't seem to find any reference to the 2GB stick or paper anymore
#14
picked one yesterday, although can't see 2GB stick or paper anywhere, but actually still in the box

Edited By: ukapple on Jun 04, 2011 09:59
#15
Great find mate!
#16
"Current selling price valid until 31/05/2011"

So is this offer still on??

Edit: Oh it is. Was worried for a minute there. Great value, reserved one.

Edited By: Anjirocks on Jun 04, 2011 19:37
#17
ukapple
picked one yesterday, although can't see 2GB stick or paper anywhere, but actually still in the box

sorry does this mean the paper and stick were in the box?
#18
I've got the MX310 which is fine, but don't go thinking that home printing of photos is a worthwhile activity.

It has a decent scanner, ADF which is really useful and means you're not stuck there putting one page in after another and it has a fax, for those who are still in the 19th century and the rare instances where you want to avoid email. The printer is fine too for home printing.

I'm going to move on to a colour laser with scanner and fax, likely a Lexmark but that will be circa £200. For those with simpler needs, this will likely do very well.
#19
cannyscot
Not a great printer but an excellent price.


Care to say why?
1 Like #20
3.1415926
I've got the MX310 which is fine, but don't go thinking that home printing of photos is a worthwhile activity.

It has a decent scanner, ADF which is really useful and means you're not stuck there putting one page in after another and it has a fax, for those who are still in the 19th century and the rare instances where you want to avoid email. The printer is fine too for home printing.

I'm going to move on to a colour laser with scanner and fax, likely a Lexmark but that will be circa £200. For those with simpler needs, this will likely do very well.


Seemed good advice until you mentioned choosing Lexmark and your credibility went down the toilet!
#21
Besford
[quote=3.1415926] fax, for those who are still in the 19th century and the rare instances where you want to avoid email. The printer is fine too for home printing.


legal documents can be seny by fax, which is why football clubs use them on tranfser deadline day, according to bbc website. As well as solicitors.

I'm not a football club though, and I highly doubt you are.
#22
cl-513 and pg-512 are better for this as they're higher capasity than cl-511 and pg-510. Still a rip off though
#23
kplumbing
Besford
[quote=3.1415926] fax, for those who are still in the 19th century and the rare instances where you want to avoid email. The printer is fine too for home printing.


legal documents can be seny by fax, which is why football clubs use them on tranfser deadline day, according to bbc website. As well as solicitors.

I'm not a football club though, and I highly doubt you are.


Frequently used by small business' for transferring documents quickly and in money transfers to different countries.
#24
just wondering does anyone know if this print can just use black ink only? i use an epson at the moment and its horrible...i only print in black and it requires me to buy ALL the colours :(
#25
Set of genuine ink cartridges for this costs around 31 quid but having said that I am happy with how it performs.
If you get cartridge set refilled you can get it done for about 11 quid.
Prints nice and fast and software is quite friendly.
banned#26
£19 worth of paper
you can get same quality in £ land
#27
Yeahdudeirawk
just wondering does anyone know if this print can just use black ink only? i use an epson at the moment and its horrible...i only print in black and it requires me to buy ALL the colours :(
If you just want to print in black, wouldn't you be better off getting a budget laser printer, unless you are doing arty B&W photo prints. Best getting one that's been hacked to allow the toner cartridges to be topped up and reused. Inkjets get through quite a bit of ink just doing cleaning cycles both when they're powered up and occassionally during/after prints.
#28
Yeahdudeirawk
just wondering does anyone know if this print can just use black ink only? i use an epson at the moment and its horrible...i only print in black and it requires me to buy ALL the colours :(


I refill my MX310 with Asda ink for black and don't bother with the colour.
#29
Besford
3.1415926
I've got the MX310 which is fine, but don't go thinking that home printing of photos is a worthwhile activity.

It has a decent scanner, ADF which is really useful and means you're not stuck there putting one page in after another and it has a fax, for those who are still in the 19th century and the rare instances where you want to avoid email. The printer is fine too for home printing.

I'm going to move on to a colour laser with scanner and fax, likely a Lexmark but that will be circa £200. For those with simpler needs, this will likely do very well.


Seemed good advice until you mentioned choosing Lexmark and your credibility went down the toilet!


A lot of dross out there in budget land for nearly every make but I was surprised at a couple of deals on Lexmark where there was decent reviews and they came with 2000+ toners for b/w and full (1000/1500+ ?) toners for the colours at around £180. Auto duplex was one feature I wanted.

Sort of waiting for the MX310 top give up the ghost or finding someone who wants to take it off my hands as I don't just want to junk it.
#30
I dont know why people hate lexmark.bought one 2 years ago wireless 4900.problem free printing.refilled 8 times with tesco ink.apart from a message that u have run out of ink still prints perfect.
#31
I saw this on the Argos site a couple days ago. Couldn't figure out how you got the free paper and memory stick though. Suspect it was some offer they were going to run but changed their minds and just decided to price cut it instead.

Still seems a fairly good offer though.

Maybe best to edit the description to remove reference to the free stick and paper?


Edited By: Baron Jerk-Off on Jun 05, 2011 06:09
#32
By the way, does anyone know if it can be used as a flatbed scanner, or does it just take scans through the feeder?
#33
I meant can't see stick and paper mentioned on website. yes, they were in the box.

lucki
ukapple
picked one yesterday, although can't see 2GB stick or paper anywhere, but actually still in the box

sorry does this mean the paper and stick were in the box?



Edited By: ukapple on Jun 05, 2011 09:50
#34
yes, can be used as a flatbed scanner

Baron Jerk-Off
By the way, does anyone know if it can be used as a flatbed scanner, or does it just take scans through the feeder?
#35
Thanks for answering my questions guys. Might try and pick one up before they close today.
#36
Great i think i now need one
#37
looks like a cracking deal to me - have some heat
#38
Baron Jerk-Off
By the way, does anyone know if it can be used as a flatbed scanner, or does it just take scans through the feeder?


When you open the software (you can install an icon etc.) the MX310 asks whether you want to use the ADF or on the glass etc. You can also configure the default state and have it as a quick launch. Fax can be used through modem and with splitters etc.
#39
Anyone know if this will copy without the computer turned on? And does it have a dedicated "Copy" button?
#40
yes, you can copy or scan without computer turned on. and it has dedicated 'Copy' and 'Scan' butttons

bertie_uk
Anyone know if this will copy without the computer turned on? And does it have a dedicated "Copy" button?



Edited By: ukapple on Jun 06, 2011 21:05

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