HP CN216B Photosmart Plus e-All-in-One Web Enabled Printer - £62.99 @ Amazon!! - HotUKDeals
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HP CN216B Photosmart Plus e-All-in-One Web Enabled Printer - £62.99 @ Amazon!!

£62.99 @ Amazon
Been on the look out for a decent wi fi printer for ages and came across this, wanted this when it first came out for £149.99 but now an incredible £62.99. Absolute steal at this price - if you are on…
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6y, 2m agoFound 6 years, 2 months ago
Been on the look out for a decent wi fi printer for ages and came across this, wanted this when it first came out for £149.99 but now an incredible £62.99. Absolute steal at this price - if you are on the lookout for a new printer you cannot go far wrong at this price =)
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#1
seems like a great price to me. why cold?
#2
jordn
seems like a great price to me. why cold?

cant understand y the cold votes either?!?
#3
Check out the ink price
#4
Does it have automatic double sided printing? Doesnt mention much technical stuff on the amazon site
#5
I have this printer, ink abit on the pricey side but does last for ages!

Also there is an iphone app, so direct photo printing which have found priceless!

Hot from me! as I paid £99 for mine!
#6
#7
Is there much difference between this and the CN245B Photosmart model?
#8
regcar
Check out the ink price

just checked it out on play.com ranges from £5 - just over £6 per cartridge i dont find that expensive?!? They take the 364 ink cartridges
#9
Would rather spend another £30 for a kodak tbh.
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Premium is on at £80 in Staples, just bought one. Auto and manual Duplex, blue tooth, wireless (not just wifi), card reader, prints off pics sent to it via email, and excellent photo quality. Just depends what you want.
Kodaks can be had for £40, again it depends what spec you're after. To be honest, the days when HP had such credibility that they could bleed you dry on consumables is long gone. Pretty much all the prices for most major manufacturer are within a mainstream band per print now.



Edited By: CFC on Jan 02, 2011 04:01

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