HALF PRICE Lexmark C543dn Duplex Networked Colour Laser Printer £137.51 @ Oyyy - HotUKDeals
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The Lexmark C543dn colour laser printer helps you save paper and money with integrated duplex printing and you can easily add professional colour to your documents, brochures, reports and graphics thanks to true 1200 x 1200 dpi resolution. The C543dn saves your time too giving you a rapid first-page-out and blazing print speeds of up to 20ppm. Lexmark’s PriPrinting responsibly means everyone wins - your business, your budget and the environment! Lexmark's C543DN is eco-designed and comes with a vast range of features to help you print greener at every level.

Why should you buy the Lexmark C543DN Colour Laser Printer?
* For a limited period it’s half price - You will save £137.51 inc VAT (normal price £275.02)
* Two-sided Duplex printing lets you save paper and money.
* Rapid start up and fast print speeds of 20ppm means you won't be kept waiting for documents.
* Built in networking lets you share among multiple users
* Unlike most laser printers the C543DN comes with full capacity 2,500 page black and 2,000 page colour toners as standard
* Create high quality, vibrant prints thanks to true 1200 x 1200 dpi resolution
* Free Toner cartridges available when you take part in the Lexmark rewards scheme

Features:
* As quiet as 47 dBA while printing, reduce sound even more with Quiet Mode
* Built-in Networking
* Vibrant Print Quality: true 1200x1200dpi Resolution
* Consistant colour tones with professional Pantone calibration
* Two-Sided Duplex printing for reduced paper usage

Review:
http://www.pcadvisor.co.uk/reviews/index.cfm?reviewid=110097&pn=2
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#1
Seems like an excellent price, though how much are the toner cartridges?

As for replacing the drum, I would guess it'd not be financially viable at this price!
#2
Unless things have changed greatly in the last few years, chances are you will be stuck with buying original carts only, as Lexmark prohibit refills/clones.. And they ain't cheap.

The scary costs were the primary reason why our work moved away from Lexmark - and that was just for mono printers.

A very quick check on Amazon shows about £55-65 for each colour carts and about 45-50 for the black.
#3
About £80 each for genuine return program ones with 2000 pages capacity. As this is a fairly new engine there aren't any third party toners yet (That I'm aware of).
#4
Prices are about the same as HP colour laser printer carts but as sirclive has said it's pretty much impossible to get non-branded ones.
#5
Those are fair concern but to be fair this is a deal on the printer itself ...... ?
#6
You don't buy something without considering running costs unless you're a plonker.
#7
You don't buy something without considering running costs unless you're a plonker.


That's part of deciding whether to buy the printer, of course. But this price is a hot deal - it's the cheapest this printer is available at. A full 50% off! That's a bargain. Whether you want to pay for the consumables is a separate issue, but paying half price for the printer itself only makes the cost per page cheaper (ie. a hot deal/bargain) not more expensive.

This happens every time a colour laser gets posted. So come on, what is a cheaper, better way to get 1000s of fast, very high quality colour printouts?
#8
Halfmad
You don't buy something without considering running costs unless you're a plonker.


If a Jaguar goes on at half price, but probably more expensive to service etc. would you say that sale on Jaguar itself is not a good deal?

That, is my point.
#9
Is this better or the dell deal better?

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