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Nearly Half Price! I can not find a cheaper quality laser cheaper at this time...

Product Description: HP Color LaserJet 1600 - printer - colour - laser
Printer Type: Personal printer - laser - colour
Dimensions (WxDxH): 40.7 cm x 45.3 cm x 37 cm
Weight: 18.4 kg
Localisation: English / United Kingdom
Max Media Size (Standard): Legal, A4
Min Media Size (Custom): 76 mm x 127 mm
Max Media Size (Custom): 216 mm (Legal) x 356 mm (Legal)
Print Speed: Up to 8 ppm - black best - A4 (210 x 297 mm) Up to 8 ppm - black draft - A4 (210 x 297 mm) Up to 8 ppm - black normal - A4 (210 x 297 mm) Up to 8 ppm - colour best - A4 (210 x 297 mm) Up to 8 ppm - colour draft - A4 (210 x 297 mm) Up to 8 ppm - colour normal - A4 (210 x 297 mm)
Max Resolution ( B&W ): 600 dpi x 600 dpi
Max Resolution ( Colour ): 600 dpi x 600 dpi
Image Enhancement Technology: HP ImageREt 2400
Interface: USB
Processor: 264 MHz
RAM Installed ( Max ): 16 MB ( 16 MB )
Media Type: Envelopes, transparencies, labels, plain paper, glossy paper, matte paper, glossy photo paper, cards, matt photo paper, bond paper, recycled paper
Total Media Capacity: 250 sheets
Monthly Duty Cycle: 20000 pages
Power: AC 230V
System Requirements: Microsoft Windows Server 2003, Microsoft Windows 98SE/2000/ME/XP
Manufacturer Warranty: 1 year warranty
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#2
Refills are cheap enough on ebay. This is a good deal and unless you're doing a lot of picture printing (in which case just get an inkjet) the carts should last a long tme.

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#3
I have this printer and am reasonably happy with it.

As usual, Play are taking a bit of a liberty with the RRP. I doubt it was ever this price and certainly hasn't been for some time. Indeed a number of places have had it for only a little over £100 in the past. My local Comet (Maybury, Edinburgh) has them at £129.99 at the moment for example.

Quality is pretty good. Consumables are pricey, but no more so than most other colour lasers of similar spec.

One word of warning; don't keep it in your bedroom or you may find its seemingly incessant self-checks a real pain. Certainly my older girl insists on switching it off when she comes to stay!
#5

great spot - worth a post on it's own, especially as an extra 2.5% can be lopped off Laskys via Quidco
#6
These colour lasers are confusing.
I found a review here (from June 2006)
http://www.hardwarecentral.com/hardwarecentral/reviews/article.php/12095_3614851_2
that says the 'starter' toner cartridges only give approx 1000 pages.
They suggest the 2600N - simply because its 'starter' carts are
2500 pg black and the colours are 2000 pg.
Play have the 2600N for £169.99 (rrp 199.99)
The Laskys price probably make the 1600 the one to go for.

Thanks for posting the deal(s)
#7
buy this from pcworld for £199
claim back the difference plus 10%
saving of £7 and you can collect from store
#8
Would of orderd if it has ethernet!
#9
The 2600N has ethernet
#10
WOW! Please make my black and white laser printer break...so I have an excuse to by this one!

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#11
davelfc;1406307
Refills are cheap enough on ebay. This is a good deal and unless you're doing a lot of picture printing (in which case just get an inkjet) the carts should last a long tme.

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I have 8 of these 2600's and comparing the price of genuine refills £55 + VAT each it is cheaper for me to buy a new unit every month at either Viking or PCWB for £139.00 + VAT. The 2600 is a network machine and great in the office but I would find it hard to justify at home. It has a large footprint and calibrates itself at the most awkward of times :w00t:
For the extra money it might be worth your while going for the 2600 which is a very good machine, but check the price of refills, models numbers I think are Q6000, Q6001, Q6002 and Q6003. Each cartridge will run out on its own so you only have to replace the one that has gone.
#12
Crazy1
I have 8 of these 2600's and comparing the price of genuine refills £55 + VAT each it is cheaper for me to buy a new unit every month at either Viking or PCWB for £139.00 + VAT. The 2600 is a network machine and great in the office but I would find it hard to justify at home. It has a large footprint and calibrates itself at the most awkward of times :w00t:
For the extra money it might be worth your while going for the 2600 which is a very good machine, but check the price of refills, models numbers I think are Q6000, Q6001, Q6002 and Q6003. Each cartridge will run out on its own so you only have to replace the one that has gone.


Alternatively you might like to refill the cartridges manually. More information here:-

http://www.refilltoner.com/MachineProductsNS.asp?id=HP2600N&manu=Hewlett+Packard&mach=Color+laserJet+1600
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#14
Crazy1
I have 8 of these 2600's and comparing the price of genuine refills £55 + VAT each it is cheaper for me to buy a new unit every month at either Viking or PCWB for £139.00 + VAT. The 2600 is a network machine and great in the office but I would find it hard to justify at home. It has a large footprint and calibrates itself at the most awkward of times :w00t:
For the extra money it might be worth your while going for the 2600 which is a very good machine, but check the price of refills, models numbers I think are Q6000, Q6001, Q6002 and Q6003. Each cartridge will run out on its own so you only have to replace the one that has gone.


Genuine HP cartridges for the 2600's series can be had for much less than the £55+VAT you quote... but I can see that buying a new printer each time might work out cheaper

Check Amazon.co.uk prices:
£37.60 - black Q6000A
£43.89 - cyan blue Q6001A
£43.93 - yellow Q6002A
£43.93 - magenta red Q6003A

I bought the 2605dn printer recently and got it with an extra free set of all 4 carts (thanks to a HotUKdeals post).
#15
pjlhot
The 2600N has ethernet


I know, got one sitting in the other room :thumbsup:
#16
With lasers its down to if you can refill the cartridges and how easy it is. I have a samsung which is really easy you just remove a plug and pour it in. a refill does up to 4000 sheets of black and white print and costs around £8.

A laser tonner cartridge can easily be reused 2 - 3 times without any real loss of quality.
#17
kowalski
Genuine HP cartridges for the 2600's series can be had for much less than the £55+VAT you quote... but I can see that buying a new printer each time might work out cheaper

Check Amazon.co.uk prices:
£37.60 - black Q6000A
£43.89 - cyan blue Q6001A
£43.93 - yellow Q6002A
£43.93 - magenta red Q6003A

I bought the 2605dn printer recently and got it with an extra free set of all 4 carts (thanks to a HotUKdeals post).


Where did u get the 2605dn for so cheap? I've found this:

http://www.ebuyer.com/product/112330

as cheapest, but nothing about free toners
#18
So if I wanted a decent colour laser thats cheap on toner but good for photos, what would you recommend?

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