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HP Deskjet 3520 Wireless All-in-One Printer only £19.91 at Currys.

£19.91 @ Currys
This is really good price for a Printer. Additionally, this is a Wireless and supports ePrint and AirPrint technology! I thought I'd share this, because I think this is a really good printer.
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This is really good price for a Printer. Additionally, this is a Wireless and supports ePrint and AirPrint technology! I thought I'd share this, because I think this is a really good printer.
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#1
Nice find
#2
Great fab price, heat added, but no stock anywhere near me x pity x
#3
I've been looking for something to replace my HP All in one 3050 printer as the paper feed snapped off and now my paper bends. Thanks for posting this, might be what I'm looking for.
#4
I had the model previous to this which looks exactly the same. Unfortunately it would have trouble feeding paper every other time i wanted to print.

It also would never connect to my Wifi despite supposedly being 802.11N compatible. It would see the network but say password was incorrect. Only way to get it to connect was to put router in 802.11G only mode, which is useless for my other devices. With 802.11 N it failed to connect to all 3 of my Wifi APs.

Oh and the HP software would cause slow-downs on my PC if the printer was not connected/turned off. The software would constantly look for it in the background, causing films to glitch when watching them! It's an i7 Pc as well.
You could see the HP software using 100% CPU in task manager every 15 seconds when the printer was off.


Edited By: cRuNcHiE on Jan 09, 2015 19:35
#5
ah gutted, it's OOS for 30 miles!
#6
cRuNcHiE
I had the model previous to this which looks exactly the same. Unfortunately it would have trouble feeding paper every other time i wanted to print.

It also would never connect to my Wifi despite supposedly being 802.11N compatible. It would see the network but say password was incorrect. Only way to get it to connect was to put router in 802.11G only mode, which is useless for my other devices. With 802.11 N it failed to connect to all 3 of my Wifi APs.

Is that the 3510?
#7
livesf
cRuNcHiE
I had the model previous to this which looks exactly the same. Unfortunately it would have trouble feeding paper every other time i wanted to print.

It also would never connect to my Wifi despite supposedly being 802.11N compatible. It would see the network but say password was incorrect. Only way to get it to connect was to put router in 802.11G only mode, which is useless for my other devices. With 802.11 N it failed to connect to all 3 of my Wifi APs.

Is that the 3510?

Yep, Amazon reviews state this printer is just as bad!
#8
cRuNcHiE
livesf
cRuNcHiE
I had the model previous to this which looks exactly the same. Unfortunately it would have trouble feeding paper every other time i wanted to print.

It also would never connect to my Wifi despite supposedly being 802.11N compatible. It would see the network but say password was incorrect. Only way to get it to connect was to put router in 802.11G only mode, which is useless for my other devices. With 802.11 N it failed to connect to all 3 of my Wifi APs.

Is that the 3510?

Yep, Amazon reviews state this printer is just as bad!
Ooh, that's not good. That's why they've deducted the price, must be low stock and they want get rid of them.
#9
livesf
cRuNcHiE
livesf
cRuNcHiE
I had the model previous to this which looks exactly the same. Unfortunately it would have trouble feeding paper every other time i wanted to print.

It also would never connect to my Wifi despite supposedly being 802.11N compatible. It would see the network but say password was incorrect. Only way to get it to connect was to put router in 802.11G only mode, which is useless for my other devices. With 802.11 N it failed to connect to all 3 of my Wifi APs.

Is that the 3510?

Yep, Amazon reviews state this printer is just as bad!
Ooh, that's not good. That's why they've deducted the price, must be low stock and they want get rid of them.

I replaced it with a Dell C1760NW/C1765NW which does cost more but the toner is ridiculously cheap and goes on for ages! Over 2500 pages so far and still 1/4 left in black toner that cost £4.99. It's wireless but not airplay, though there is a dell app in the app store.

I rarely use a printer, so the HP being inkjet also dried out a lot. The dell being colour laser just works every time.




Edited By: cRuNcHiE on Jan 09, 2015 19:45
banned#10
Anyone actually get one?????
#11
Posted last week, OOS
#12
Good find, but no stock :(
#13
Ending in 91p - so discontinued stock.
#14
I got one last week. Prints and scans find and eprint works fine from tablet. Cheap as chips
#15
cracking price! thanks op
#16
They is never any stock. They only do it so you go on there website hoping you buy another printer more expensive.
#17
No stock anywhere near me
#18
OOS but HOT
#19
nice cheap scanner even if the inks are expensive
#20
Has anyone found stock? I think we have seen these mysterious deals from Currys before where no stock can be found. Maybe a practice to take advantage of this site knowing how quickly we react and as Maca21 said it gets you on the shop site.....
#21
Ordered this last week and then got a cancellation email a few days later saying they have no stock-rubbish service from Currys.
#22
This good for wifi printing?
#23
Expired. no longer on website

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