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HP.
F2480.
Printer:
A4 print speed - black text: 20ppm.
A4 print speed - colour text: 16ppm.
Up to 1200 x 4800dpi print resolution.
80 sheet paper capacity.
Uses 2 ink cartridges.
Scanner:
1200 x 1200dpi optical resolution.
Copier:
Reduce and enlarge function.
Connectivity:
USB.
General information:
Compatible with OS X v10.4 and higher.
Size H16.2, W43.4, D29.1cm.
Weight 4.9kg.
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[mod]#1
Thanks, looks good :) I've addeda retailer name to your title, we always try to include these details when posting deals.
#2
Lovely printer. And brilliant price. You are getting a lot for your money.
1 Like #3
been reading some reviews for this and seems it is a bit of a "ink drinker"...many people saying the black ink does not last very long and it's a bit pricey to replace.
if you don't do a lot of printing then this is a bargain...if you do a lot of printing looks like you will be replenishing your ink pretty often.
for a 3 in1 you can't go wrong at £22 imo.
#4
h25 (London) - See all my reviewsThis review is from: HP Deskjet F2480 Printer (Print, Copy And Scan) (Electronics)
As a student, I was looking for a printer that was: 1) Cheap; 2) Did double sided printing; 3) Had a scanner function and 4) Was relatively cheap to run. It took me ages to find a printer that satisfied all of those conditions, but I think I have found the right one.
I have been using it nearly every day for 8 weeks now and have not had a single problem with it. The scanner is quick and of very good resolution, and the supplied software enables you to save scanned documents as .TIF of as a PDF which is really handy. This means that you can easily scan in diagrams etc to incorporate into essays or powerpoint presentations.
It will photocopy in colour or in black and white without having to even get the computer involved at just the tap of a button, although if you want to do this with two sided printing then you do need to use the computer and save the file as a PDF.
It works straight out of the box, the installation is easy and the ink usage is not too bad in draft mode.
Print quality is acceptable in draft, and very good in normal. Photo print quality is very good, and it works well with the glossy photo paper from HP.
I have only had to replace the black ink cartridge so far, although it did run out pretty quickly. I am now using an XL capacity ink cartridge which seems to be lasting well and is well worth investing in if you print a lot.
The supplied software for once seems to be useful, and will give you reliable information about the amount of ink left etc.
The paper tray is large enough and two sided printing has to be done manually but is easy to do. It prints very quickly, and although some printers claim to have a high ppm rate they actually spend ages processing the job which adds ages on to the printing time. This printer prints straight away and will print pages at a very quick rate, quicker than the Canon Pixma 540 printer which I have also used.
As a basic all in one this is as good as they come, and despite perhaps a slightly shorter than ideal ink cartridge life span, this is about as good value for money as you will find anywhere.
DOWNSIDE.
By Old Abe - See all my reviewsThis review is from: HP Deskjet F2480 Printer (Print, Copy And Scan) (Electronics)
I was looking for a replacement for an old and weary 720C. The functions of the F2480 met my uses ok and comment here and elsewhere suggested that it would be ok. Set up and print of testpage completed without problems. The scan of a 5x4 photograph gave good results.
The issue is a serious concern on the cost and usuage of ink. After 2 documents the usage of the black is shown at about 10%. The cost of 2XL size cartridges is more than the cost of the printer, dependent on source.
I am very concerned that I have made a purchase that I will regret very shortly
banned 1 Like #5
mykaloen
been reading some reviews for this and seems it is a bit of a "ink drinker"...many people saying the black ink does not last very long and it's a bit pricey to replace.if you don't do a lot of printing then this is a bargain...if you do a lot of printing looks like you will be replenishing your ink pretty often.for a 3 in1 you can't go wrong at £22 imo.

If your a heavy user then go for the Epson 515 at around £50, but for light users this is ideal.... Does the lot for £22..... Bargain
banned#6
millarcat
Thanks, looks good :) I've addeda retailer name to your title, we always try to include these details when posting deals.

Thanks Milly, will add this next time....
banned#7
http://www.e-softcr.com/e-store/productos/Hp%20F2480.jpg
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#8
Excelent find. Just ordered one. Super price :)
#9
just ordered 1 thankyou :D
#10
link?
#11
For anyone but a very light user the cost of the printer is almost irrelevant. The ink cost over its lifetime will be many times the original cost and that's where HP fall down as their inks are expensive and compatibles rarely available. This printer has a combined colour cartridge which is even worse.

Concur re Epson SX515W. Just bought for net £47 from Comet. Separate inks, cheap compatibles, high resolution scanner, easy setup and Wi Fi too.
#12
HP=WAAAY overpriced cartridges.
Wouldn't touch one with an EXTENDED bargepole.
Nice prints, but if you want to be ripped off with catridges, HP and Lexmark are the way to go.
#13
PhilK
HP=WAAAY overpriced cartridges.
Wouldn't touch one with an EXTENDED bargepole.
Nice prints, but if you want to be ripped off with catridges, HP and Lexmark are the way to go.


but HPs are very reliable.
Epsons not.(not sure if its still the case,probably is) Epsons need to print on regular basis otherwise ink gets dry in cartridge causing problem..Hps and Canons,and other makes dont have this issue.
but in terms of ink cost,I've heared lots of possitive comments about Kodak printers.
this Hp at this price is bargain anyway.

Edited By: alexzai on Feb 18, 2011 11:52
#14
Paid £40 for it about a year ago - great little printer
#15
sold out now.

anyone know what ink they use as i have a few 300 HP inks from an old broken printer and would ideally like one that these would work in

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