HP Colour LaserJet CM2320Fxi Network Laser Printer/Fax/Scanner £217 After cash back @ Misco - HotUKDeals
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Note this printer comes with FULL toners, which makes this deal a cracking deal as the 4 toners cost more than the printer!!

Note to get the £170 cash back you need to buy/invoice before 31st Jan 2011
see this link http://h40059.www4.hp.com/savemoney/index.html

HP Colour LaserJet CM2320fxi Multi Function Printer
Get your office duties out of way in a swift time when you have the HP Colour LaserJet MFP in your office. This multifunctional device is ready to print, copy, scan and fax with ease. With remarkable clarity, the prints and copies produced are in a 600 dpi resolution. Huge workloads are no problem, thanks to a high duty cycle. Scan in the astonishing 1200 dpi resoution and feel the advantage of the fax facility which comes with 120 speed dials. This network-ready multifunction printer is an essential for business!

* Get more done in less time with amazing results from print, copy, scan, and fax functionality.
* Create professional-quality communications effortlessly with this affordable HP Color LaserJet MFP.
* Incredibly easy to install, use, share and maintain with effortless print cartridge replacement.

Price has gone up from Misco, but you can still buy from IT247 http://www.it247.com/product/1/XXHLPB39/CC435A-ABU-HP-Colour-LaserJet-CM2320fxi-Multifunction-Printer.html?mc=FR-P-PrintandImaging-CC435A#ABU
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#2
Looks like a superb multi-function printer for the price, and the full toner cartridges are a nice change in what has become standard practice.
#3
Top printer. We have one in the office and well worth the money for that price.

BTW, where did you read about the FULL set of cartridges, ours came with half full starter ones? Either that or we used it a lot more when we first had it that we do now, as they lasted about half the time.


Edited By: davej1710 on Dec 22, 2010 17:12
#4
Good printer...have the 3000 series on my office desk at work.

Can anyone tell me what the point of cash back is? Obviously to stimulate sales but is it just a way of temporarily lowering the price...why take £380 but then give £170 back? Obviously I am a non-retail sales person!

Edited By: BlackCloud on Dec 22, 2010 17:12
#5
BlackCloud
Good printer...

Can anyone tell me what the point of cash back is? Obviously to stimulate sales but is it just a way of temporarily lowering the price...why take £380 but then give £170 back? Obviously I am a non-retail sales person!


You would be suprised how many who forget and don't apply for the cashback
1 Like #6
you can also fill up the cartridges yourself to save money.

http://www.zinetic.co.uk/HP_CM2320FXI_Toner_Refill_Kit_Rainbow_Value_Pack-details.aspx
(you will need to add VAT on)
#7
BARGAIN! Just what i need for the business will definitely be ordering when i get back home tonight :D great find have some HEAT!!
#8
Try these guys, they are priced at £370 inc VAT, plus £8.35 for delivery.

And yes it is a great printer for business. Its even networkable. Actually cant believe how cheap is. The cash back works really well, you just have to remember to claim it.
#9
davej1710
Top printer. We have one in the office and well worth the money for that price.

BTW, where did you read about the FULL set of cartridges, ours came with half full starter ones? Either that or we used it a lot more when we first had it that we do now, as they lasted about half the time.



Hi Dave, I looked at one a month ago and looked at the spec on the HP site it does not state Starter cartridges, so I have assumed full cartridges. Although the last HP colour printer I bought for our business came with full ones. I think its only the cheap £100 HP printers that come with starter cartridges

PS mine has just been delivered, and as our company has an "account manager" I managed to get delivery free!! RESULT!

NOTE, cash back also via topcashback http://www.topcashback.co.uk/misco/
#10
Really great find. The price has fallen further (didn't think it worthy of a new deal as it's only £17) but price is now £200 inc VAT, and if using Topcashback, the effective price of this printer would be £187. Bargain. Voted HOT!!
#11
heat
#12
Installed one of these the other day on four Macs and it was really straight forward. Finds the printer itself and things like network scanning 'just work' straight away without any hassle. Comes in a massive box but not that big at all once you get it unboxed. Compared to some HP printers which are a right pain to install this was really quick and easy.

Good printer over all - would recommend
#13
Fugly thing though..

Looks like the glued a scanner to the top of a printer rather than thoght about it as an integrated product.
#14
crazy8monster
you can also fill up the cartridges yourself to save money.
http://www.zinetic.co.uk/HP_CM2320FXI_Toner_Refill_Kit_Rainbow_Value_Pack-details.aspx

... We do not recommend refilling the starter/introductory cartridges

So does this definitely come with full spec cartridges?
#15
If the toners cost more than the printer then when you need more and can find the printer at this price then it's worth just throwing the thing away and getting another :p
#16
It comes with full toner cartridges that can print 3,500 black and 2,800 colour pages. High-yield cartridges aren't available, though. The total cost of ownership is expensive, at £1,487 for three years' medium use (18,000 mono and 9,000 colour pages). Print costs are 1.9p for a mono page and 7.3p for a page of mixed colour and black.

Taken from another website
#17
Can this do double sided prints?
#18
Colour laser printers are great, I got Dell 2130cn for £188 delivered about 6 weeks ago (for home use), awesome for the money. Quick to print, refills aren't silly money and I get the feeling from the masses of positive reviews it'll not self destruct in 6 months like inkjets all seem to.
banned#19
Excellent printer if I do say so myself.. as I work for HP... :)
#20
Any good at printing photos?
#21
I've just tried to order this, and am not sure if I succeeded. I got right to the end of the order process, entered my card details and was taken to the VISA verification page. As soon as the page loaded. before asking for my password it said "Transaction failed", with the only link being something along the lines of "Return to Merchant". Clicking this then took me to a "Thank you for your order request" page, and I received an e-mail saying "Thank you for placing your order with Misco".

The "available funds" have been reduced accordingly from my bank account, although nothing on the statement yet. I've tried phoning them to confirm if the order has actually gone through, but they're now "Closed for Christmas", and my order isn't showing in their online tracking system yet, although it does say to wait up to 2 hours recent orders to appear. I guess I'll just have to play the waiting game to see if I've managed to order it successfully or not!

Has anyone else ever had this happen to then before, and know if the order is likely to still be processed?
#22
how do you claim back the cash back???? step by step guide pls, thanks
#23
reehalk
Can this do double sided prints?


Indeed it can, automatic duplexing as standard
#24
STi_prodrive
how do you claim back the cash back???? step by step guide pls, thanks


It's written on the website, looks similar as you would do with a cashback on a mobile phone

heres a review, http://www.expertreviews.co.uk/printers/238812/hp-color-laserjet-cm2320fxi-mfp

alchemy: Inkjets would be a far better bet to do photo's as lasers are much more for the office (documents and the like) although the picture quality looks to be fairly reasonable if expertreviews errrr review is to be fully beileived ;)

Edited By: tahir_owen on Dec 24, 2010 23:56
#25
Can I just say this is a stonking deal as long as you can get the cashback and theres nothing to suggest you wont. would get one myself but dont have the wonga, will last a long plus especially compared to the poor build quality of inkjets.
if someone can get me one for crimbo, would be much appreciated and in turn, ill get you some thermal socks and a v-shaped cardigan.
#26
tahir_owen
reehalk
Can this do double sided prints?


Indeed it can, automatic duplexing as standard


Thanks buddy!
#27
the price is £370.11 now btw
#28
Was about to order one for the office but there are terrible reviews on the HP website...

http://h10010.www1.hp.com/wwpc/us/en/sm/WF06b/18972-18972-3328064-12004-3328083-3597338-3597361-3597470.html

No idea why HP does not respond to them...
#29
Close to buying but the reviews seem awful.....
#30
Just had confirmation that this is a misprice and the correct price is £489 plus VAT. Order cancelled
#31
mine arrived today, its a bundle of massive awesomeness
#32
IT247.com have got these for £370 with £4.99 for delivery as Misco have run out thats why the price has jumped. I got mine throught IT247 and it arrived the next day and is huge!.
#33
BussyBear
mine arrived today, its a bundle of massive awesomeness

Hi, did your one have 1200 page starter cartridges like my one?

Thanks
#34
the_oracle
BussyBear
mine arrived today, its a bundle of massive awesomeness


Hi, did your one have 1200 page starter cartridges like my one?

Thanks


Full cartridges as far as I can tell...
#35
Thanks the_oracle. Was going to add just got one from IT247.com and mine arrived yesterday. There were 25 left
#36
BussyBear
the_oracle
BussyBear
mine arrived today, its a bundle of massive awesomeness

Hi, did your one have 1200 page starter cartridges like my one?

Thanks

Full cartridges as far as I can tell...



My one says on the side of the box, 1200 page cartridges, not the normal 3500.
#37
informer61
BussyBear
the_oracle
BussyBear
mine arrived today, its a bundle of massive awesomeness


Hi, did your one have 1200 page starter cartridges like my one?

Thanks


Full cartridges as far as I can tell...




My one says on the side of the box, 1200 page cartridges, not the normal 3500.



I stand corrected, yes they are the 1200 cartridges :)

I still can't believe how good the print quality is, colour office documents looks incredible.
#38
cheaperbythe12
Really great find. The price has fallen further (didn't think it worthy of a new deal as it's only £17) but price is now £200 inc VAT, and if using Topcashback, the effective price of this printer would be £187. Bargain. Voted HOT!!


It was £200 + delivery hence why I listed the delivery price as well, this is the usual way on HDUK
#39
shot up to £592.99 inc VAT !
#40
reehalk
shot up to £592.99 inc VAT !

I bought one of these...cracking printer for just over £200, especially when I dont pay the VAT either!

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