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HP CN245B Photosmart Wireless e-All-in-One Printer £37.95 delivered @ Amazon.co.uk

£37.95 @ Amazon
* Print from any web enabled device from anywhere in the world whether it be a mobile phone or computer * Print lab quality photos, everyday document and web content at speed * Scan and Co… Read More
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* Print from any web enabled device from anywhere in the world whether it be a mobile phone or computer
* Print lab quality photos, everyday document and web content at speed
* Scan and Copy too with this multifunction web enabled printer
* Download apps from the HP app store to print anything from kids colouring in pages to complex recipes
* Large 6.1cm LCD screen with Touchsmart frame for ease of use

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#1
Good printer.I got for 34.99 from Comet few wks ago but think has gone up now.
#2
very expensive ink cartridges im told? But this does look a bargain
banned#3
Still £34.99 @ comet I bought one excellent printer new set of inks are £16.99 from eBay
#4
Bought one, as far as I can tell it's Air Print compatible so xmas money well spent!
#5
i can't find it in comet at that price says £54.99 online plus delivery and £59.99 instore.
I bought it myself and it's great set up in no time with Bt hub2.0

Edited By: elamac on Jan 18, 2011 10:23
#6
got mine today, happy =D
however i have problem with the printer email, cant set up the email on HP eprint website, but email shown on printer screen, also have error when trying to print info from printer. anyone?
#7
btw, well worth the £37.95 for the technology alone!
comes with a set of ink + 10 photo paper

Edited By: veyronj on Jan 18, 2011 20:57
#8
Does this print from the iphone?
#9
Chews through ink like nothing else :(

And yeah bout a tenner for replacements. Good price for the unit though
#10
veyronj
btw, well worth the £37.95 for the technology alone!
comes with a set of ink + 10 photo paper


Photo paper?
"Box Contains
# CN245B HP Photosmart Wireless e-All-in-One (B110a)
# HP 364 Black, Cyan, Magenta and Yellow Photosmart Ink Cartridges
# HP software CD
# Reference guide
# Power supply
# Power cord
# Reusable carrier bag
# Reusable accessory bag"
#11
clarelouise25
Does this print from the iphone?


Yes, if your on iOS 4.2 you can use AirPrint to print from iPad or iPhone!
#12
great-deals
veyronj
btw, well worth the £37.95 for the technology alone!
comes with a set of ink + 10 photo paper


Photo paper?
"Box Contains
# CN245B HP Photosmart Wireless e-All-in-One (B110a)
# HP 364 Black, Cyan, Magenta and Yellow Photosmart Ink Cartridges
# HP software CD
# Reference guide
# Power supply
# Power cord
# Reusable carrier bag
# Reusable accessory bag"


I bought this from Argos a couple of weeks ago for £39.99. It had a small pack of 6x4 photo paper in the box.
#13
Nice spot. Gone for this.
#14
How expensive are the printer catridges?
#15
balianmed
How expensive are the printer catridges?


ebay auction number: 170593853478

not too bad.

Edited By: Horrorwood on Jan 29, 2011 15:10
#16
Hot, just ordered thanks
#17
Only problem is that genuine cartridges have chips on them which need to be carefully removed and stuck on non-hp cartridges - you then lose ink levels in the software and get nag screens from the printer. Genuine 364 cartridges will set you back close to £30 for a set of five standard cartridges. XL cartridges will set you back twice that.

Dont think there's any way of reprogramming the chips..
#18
Thanks - ordered
#19
Expensive ink and reputed to have inefficient/clunky software too.

The purchase price of a printer really is close to irrelevant since it's the ink use which constitutes the majority of cost over its lifetime. I'd only ever look at Epson and Canon - they're not perfect but they do offer the best overall balance of value/quality/usability (though even then some models are poorer).
#20
Could anyone reccomend a decent printer, starting up online business and will need it for invoices/ printing stickers, postage notes etc. many thanks
#21
kalijomi
Could anyone reccomend a decent printer, starting up online business and will need it for invoices/ printing stickers, postage notes etc. many thanks


If it's for business use you may want to consider a laser printer (inkjet looks very unprofessional if it gets wet and smudges). I've had great experience with a Samsung CLP-315 colour laser (now superceded but a few around at Currys/PCW for £60ish). Full set of original toners available from Amazon for just over £100 but they last ages. Later model is a bit more (wait for reductions) and there are Wi-Fi versions too if that matters. Alternatively a B&W laser is cheaper still. The Samsung lasers are the smallest around.

If you go inkjet Tesco and other places have an Epson for £49.99 (SX425W I think) which has a scanner and is Wi-Fi too, or if speed matters try the Epson BX525WD in PCW/Currys currently down to £99.99 (with larger capacity inks included). Compatible inks not available for these yet but they're coming. I'd personally stick with Epson or Canon. HP have issues as mentioned in thread, Lexmark don't have a great reputation for reliability. With minor brands it can be difficult or impossible to get cheaper ink.


Edited By: Besford on Jan 29, 2011 18:13
#22
Are the likes of HP and Epson still pre-programming their ink cartridges and printers to stop working or display servicing errors after a certain amount of time or has that unethical practice been stopped now? Haven't bought a printer in a long while.
#23
do you need to connect a ethernet cable at the back?? or is this actually wireless!!!
#24
Krish-N
do you need to connect a ethernet cable at the back?? or is this actually wireless!!!


There's a clue in the headline!
#25
jules888
Good printer.I got for 34.99 from Comet few wks ago but think has gone up now.
me too - its a gooden.
#26
Just ordered one my self
Official inks are around £6 for black and colours (200 pages)

And xl cartridges are between £10 and £13 (750 pages)
#27
I bought a wireless printer @ Argos Clearance for around the same price and wouldn't be without it now!!

NEVER want to use a cable for a printer ever again ... Especially as I had to move it around because of my laptop

I can even print in bed and the printer is downstairs :D

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