HP Colour Laserjet 1600 - An amazing £151.00 delivered - HotUKDeals
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This is a fantastic price for the HP Colour Laserjet. I have been looking around and this was the cheapest I could find it, not only that, but beat all the competitors by around £30.

PC World are selling it for £222 delivered for example.

Colour Lasers are no good for photo printing. This one will also cost you around £40 each toner cartridge. But, putting that into perspective, you should get the same, if not a fair few more prints for your £40 than you would with the equivalent ink cartridges. You should of course be able to find compatiables and refill them yourselves.

Simply excellent price. I cant find any catches, and I'm tempted to buy one, even though I don't need one!

HP 1600 Standard Features
8ppm mono / 8ppm colour
250 sheet paper tray
600 x 600 dpi with HP Imageret 2400
16Mb Ram
264Mhz Processor
USB Interface
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This qualifies for free delivery.

The toner carts supplied are rated at 1,000 pages at 5% coverage - the standard carts are 2,500 pages at 5% coverage.

Spec PDF: http://h20195.www2.hp.com/V2/pdf/4AA0-3302EEE.pdf
Just a note on cheap HP lasers.. I have one (the laserjet 2500), on which the paper feed rubbers haven't outlasted the included toner.

I've run out of black (1500 page toner that came with it), and the whole lot is going in the bin in favour of a new printer as it's uneconomical to just replace the cartridges (about £150-160 for a set), and half the time it fails to take paper in on it's manual feed tray.
Not very ECO friendly, but now it is often cheaper to buy a new colour laser rather than buy new toner cartidges. I've done this a couple of times now with mid range HP ones, even ebaying the old printer with empty toner for good money :-D

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