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The HP 1510 All in One Printer has been reduced from £79.97 to £34.97 at Tesco - Delivery is £4.85 - 3% Quidco available.

The HP 150 All in One printer lets you print, copy and scan images and text. Whether printing or scanning, pictures are high quality with a maximum printing resolution of 1200x4800 pixels and a scanning resolution of 1200x1200 pixels. This HP printer can print 20 black and 18 colour pages per minute. The direct printing button makes printing quick and easy. The HP 150 All in One printer is cpmatible with Windows 98/ME/XP.

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#1
Thanks for the post Skinny McJimmy and Welcome to HUKD !!!


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Done this time, but don't let it happen again :p ! :-D
#2
i use one of these at work, and it does exactly what it says on the tin. It is obviously not the rolls royce of printers but it does its job.
#3
Is this a good printer then? thinking of buying this one instead of a lazer one
#4
saxo_appeal
Is this a good printer then? thinking of buying this one instead of a lazer one


Bought a C3180 last week (same as above but with card reader sockets). Excellent quality but factor in another £15 for the other colour cartridge that is not supplied plus the two that are supplied are smallest size so will run out before long. If you checkout the price of cartrisges ie. one colour & one black you are basically getting the printer for around £10!!
#5
Good Post and excellent find - if the specs are anything to go by!! Voted hot and just ordered via Quidco.

I looked at the C3180 but I see that is selling for £46 at HP Direct and about the same price elsewhere. Looked at the 1510 on various sites and see that it is still around the £79 mark. So, looking at the specs of each printer and the RRP I reckon the 1510 is the better printer which is why I've voted this hot.
#6
Forgot to mention that our Epson all-in-one gave up the ghost last night and so this post for the 1510 couldn't have been better timed. Another bonus is that the 1510 will also do panoramic photo printing.
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Thanks Skinny McJimmy and welcome to Hukd'sfrom me too :)
#8
Bought the C3180 for my parents at Christmas and found it to be a pretty good 'all in one'. Note that HP don't include a printer USB cable in the box. I got stiffed £15 for one in Currys (Yes,I know,but it was Xmas and I needed one in a hurry!) but Tesco sell them for just under £4 if you don't already have one. Does anyone know if this is available at the Tesco direct stores at this price?
banned#9
Look out for USB cables in Poundland - probably not the greatest build quality but they should work as well as a £15 one!
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Has anyone priced-in the cost of replacement ink cartridiges? They could cost as much as the printer itself. The Brother one in argos (all in one @ 59.99 ~DCP-310) is a better deal IMHO as ink carts are around £2 3rd party.
#11
Yeah, the cartridges on this 1510 are around 5ml and 7ml compared to my HP 1120c which will take 30ml cartridges so they don't appear to last very long. I've looked at various inkjet websites and there do appear to be one or two remanufactured, higher capacity (21ml) cartridges but I am going to have to check the numbers against the printer when it arrives. For instance premierink.co.uk do have a remanufactured HP 338 which appears to be a higher capacity version of the 336 (black) for around £12. There also appears to be a similar one for the colour cartridges - however, can't be sure until I've actually got the printer and do some reading. I am seriously considering going for the Peach snap-in cartridges which will increase the capacity and bring the refill cost right down.

It's a shame that you can't get cartridges for HP quite as cheaply as for the Epson etc. but then the Epson always gave the prints funny colour casts (and yes I do know all about colour management) compared to my HP and, at the end of the day, it is the output quality that is remembered long after the price is forgotten.
banned#12
Just had a phone call saying that my order has been cancelled as they are out of stock. Website now reflects this too. It would have been helpful if the website stock levels bared some resemblance to actual stock levels!
#13
jeelz
Note that HP don't include a printer USB cable in the box. I got stiffed £15 for one in Currys (Yes,I know,but it was Xmas and I needed one in a hurry!) but Tesco sell them for just under £4 if you don't already have one. Does anyone know if this is available at the Tesco direct stores at this price?


They're only £2 on ebay :-D

I also bought the HP C3180 a couple of months ago and i'm very happy with it
#14
Checked my order status yesterday (supposed delivery day) and found "contact our customer services" against the status. I telephoned them (use 0800 505555 option 5 to save 0845 costs) to be told that the order had gone through but the item had gone out of stock and my order cancelled. I don't know why they couldn't have phoned me instead. The money has been taken out of my debit card but customer services have promised it will be refunded - I will keep a close eye on that. My first dealings with Tesco Direct and I am not impressed.

As a sidenote this prompted me to do some more research on new inkjet printers (gonna use my Epson all-in-one as a standalone copier only) and I came up with a web special for the Canon Pixma iP3300 at £45 on PCWorld for store collection only. Guess what? No availability anywhere within driving distance. Bimbled down to my local PC World where there was none in stock but an iP4300 for £79. After a bit of haggling and explaining the web special scam I got the 4300 for £57. It's always worth asking.

Appreciate the Pixma is not an all-in-one but the paper handling, ink cartridge size, etc. is far superior to the HP. In addition compatibles are freely available and Jetec are about to bring out compatible cartridges which also include the 'ink-monitoring' chip (something which has evaded other compatibles so far). I would assume that the Pixma all-in-ones will have similar paper handling and inkjet availability.

Sorry to hijack the thread but in a way I am glad the HP1510 did go out of stock now.

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