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Deskjet 3070A Wireless All-in-One Inkjet Printer with eprint for £39.99 @ Currys

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£55+ Elsewhere

Make life easier and enjoy a multi-tasking home and office assistant with the HP Deskjet 3070A Wireless All-in-One Inkjet Printer. Reliable wireless connectivity gives you maximum flexibility whether printing, scanning, copying or connecting to the web.

Versatile printing

The wireless ePrint offered by the HP Deskjet 3070A means that you can print from mobile devices, send photos or documents to your printer just like an email, and print from virtually any room in the house over your home network!

You can also make the most of Apple AirPrint which allows you to wirelessly print photos, tickets, emails and more straight from your favourite Apple device.

And you're not just tied to the home when you need to print. Thanks to Google Cloud Print compatibility you can print your documents from just about anywhere with an internet connection by synching your device with your printer.

It does it all

You will be able to scan images and written documents, take photocopies and print with minimal fuss and effort with the HP Deskjet 3070A.

This all-in-one printer is a total home or office solution centre, covering all the basic needs of a family or small business, and the simple display makes navigating your way around its fantastic functions fast and easy.

Save on resources

The HP Deskjet 3070A uses separate ink cartridges, so when one colour runs out, you will not have the waste and expense of having to change the entire lot!

The HP Deskjet 3070A Wireless All-in-One Inkjet Printer will open the door to a whole new world of printing pleasure!

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    renagade27
    Good price


    renagade27
    PR1
    PR12 years, 4 months ago #2Show comment tools Reply
    How's the ink prices for this? I generally buy Epson as compatible inks are cheap, but after 3-4 years mine has bitten the dust and needs replacing (clogged non-removable heads :( )...
    eeyoreworld
    PR1
    How's the ink prices for this? I generally buy Epson as compatible inks are cheap, but after 3-4 years mine has bitten the dust and needs replacing (clogged non-removable heads :( )...

    I have a hp and have replaced the ink once, it has just run out again after hardly any use. The ink was nearly £50 and it seems to waste loads 'cleaning' itself and preparing for use. The cyan one has now gone and clever software will not now let me use the printer to print in black only using the almost full black cartridge. Am so frustrated with that that I have now gone for a kodak. Ink prices should be quoted like gold etc as they seem as high. Imo, hp ink total rip off. Had lexmark before it and the prices for that were not much better. They market this as only replace the ink that has run out, what they don't say is if a color is empty you have to replace it even to print from the black cartridge only.

    My hp takes 7 cartridges but even the ones which take 4, costs around £24 for the 3 colours and £15 for the black. I only ever use the real mcoy with ink as been ripped off with compatibles so much. I would pay the extra and go for a kodak. Hope that helps in some way, bet I can't give my hp away on freecycle, that speaks volumes. 8)

    Edited By: eeyoreworld on Aug 10, 2012 14:15
    eeyoreworld
    eeyoreworld
    PR1
    How's the ink prices for this? I generally buy Epson as compatible inks are cheap, but after 3-4 years mine has bitten the dust and needs replacing (clogged non-removable heads :( )...

    I have a hp and have replaced the ink once, it has just run out again after hardly any use. The ink was nearly £50 and it seems to waste loads 'cleaning' itself and preparing for use. The cyan one has now gone and clever software will not now let me use the printer to print in black only using the almost full black cartridge. Am so frustrated with that that I have now gone for a kodak. Ink prices should be quoted like gold etc as they seem as high. Imo, hp ink total rip off. Had lexmark before it and the prices for that were not much better. They market this as only replace the ink that has run out, what they don't say is if a color is empty you have to replace it even to print from the black cartridge only.

    My hp takes 7 cartridges but even the ones which take 4, costs around £24 for the 3 colours and £15 for the black. I only ever use the real mcoy with ink as been ripped off with compatibles so much. I would pay the extra and go for a kodak. Hope that helps in some way, bet I can't give my hp away on freecycle, that speaks volumes. 8)

    Ps heat still added op as good price, just I wouldn't have another.
    ewen1605
    Nice one, just bought this plus their 3 year instant replacement to cover me through university!
    The inks are £29.99 for a full set instore so I politely declined and will buy online where you can currently get a full set for around £18.

    The printer is relatively well reviewed.
    Smok1nAngel
    good find..but what's the ink consumption like?
    Tequila
    inkjet printers...NEVER again.
    Eagerbeaver
    I've found ink consumption to be low compared to previous printers I've owned.

    I got this when HP were doing them for less but at this price it's good value as the quality is good.
    warweezil
    Before buying an HP printer you may want to look into "Ink System Failure" messages. I had a B110 that died at 15 months old only about half way through its second set of inks. A friend then gave me another Photosmart that had a dead power brick, 3 months later that too suffered Ink System Failure

    I will NEVER buy anything HP again.
    kevinc6784
    I have in the recent past bought an HP laptop and printer, I can honestly say without question they were the worst two purchases of my life.
    Never ever again.
    The only thing worse than their products is their CS. Appalling.
    DweebDude
    I bought this a few months ago, same price. The inks that came with it are still going strong, and because it uses all 4 separate inks you can get really cheap replacements, especially if you reuse the chips on the cartridges
    winty1
    Love this printer and I can print anything from my galaxy tab
    Besford
    Unless you only intend to display this (or any other inkjet) as a work of art the purchase price is pretty irrelevant, it's the ink price which matters and HP are notoriously bad in that regard.
    cke
    Just got one of these from Currys, seems a nice printer apart from ePrint not being able to print web pages without copying the entire page and then pasting into an email to send to the printer?

    Or am I missing something?

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