HP Deskjet F4280 all in one printer - Tesco Direct - was £70 now £33.97 + p & p + Quidco - HotUKDeals
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HP Deskjet F4280 all in one printer -

these might be in store in bigger tescos -
double up clubcard vouchers £5 to get £10 worth of delivery codes

micromart doing them for £31.97 + £4.95 p & p - no quidco or chance of vouchers

Accessories Included F4280 All-in-one
Power supply and power cord
Setup and reference guide
Driver CD
HP No. 300 Black Inkjet Print Cartridge
HP No. 300 Colour Inkjet Print Cartridge
Borderless Printing Yes
Brand HP
Built in Card Reader No
Built in LCD Screen No
Compatibile Ink Cartidge HP no 300 black, HP no 300 colour
Compatible Operating System Windows® 2000 professional, Windows XP (Home, Pro, x64), Vista, Mac OS X 10.3.8 and above, Linux (web only)
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#1
looks good me me..
#2
Good price, gets my vote
#3
Bought one of these recently in Comet for £34 , it is a good printer with scanner . Only trouble I had was getting Vista to recognise it when scanning , new drivers from HP sorted it out eventually .
#4
It's HP. Usual high price for ink will be trippled!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Purchase price irrelevant.
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I've got one, the price is nothing special, it's been at this price for a long time at various places.

Ink prices, I pay £20 for the XL sized black and colour from fleabay. The XL are huge compared to the normal sized inks, 3 times bigger if I remember rightly so £20 isn't a bad price but not the best for ink compatibles.

Also with the compatibles I use, you lose the ability to see how much ink is left from the printers top panel.

Great quality printer in terms of build but avoid if you want really great photo prints. Using HP's own photopaper the results are very good though and printing on plain papers is surprisngly good. I've done plenty of prints that are hanging on the wall and I'm very happy with them so the quality isn't bad or anything like that, just not 6 colour ink system mega wow quality like you'd really expect from a true photo printer today.

One reason this could be a must have printer is that the paper loading is at the front and the prints come out the front too. So you can stuff it into a very confined space for general use and not need huge overhead room.
#6
techpops
I've got one, the price is nothing special, it's been at this price for a long time at various places.

Ink prices, I pay £20 for the XL sized black and colour from fleabay. The XL are huge compared to the normal sized inks, 3 times bigger if I remember rightly so £20 isn't a bad price but not the best for ink compatibles.

Also with the compatibles I use, you lose the ability to see how much ink is left from the printers top panel.

Great quality printer in terms of build but avoid if you want really great photo prints. Using HP's own photopaper the results are very good though and printing on plain papers is surprisngly good. I've done plenty of prints that are hanging on the wall and I'm very happy with them so the quality isn't bad or anything like that, just not 6 colour ink system mega wow quality like you'd really expect from a true photo printer today.

One reason this could be a must have printer is that the paper loading is at the front and the prints come out the front too. So you can stuff it into a very confined space for general use and not need huge overhead room.


TOP TIPS!

I already have an older version but am going shopping with a relative to help him choose an appropriate one over weekend. Your listing and tip have probably 'tipped' the balance to this one -THANKS! :)
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hussaifa;5781295
TOP TIPS!

I already have an older version but am going shopping with a relative to help him choose an appropriate one over weekend. Your listing and tip have probably 'tipped' the balance to this one -THANKS! :)


Glad I could help. I've really hammered mine and not so much as a paper jam or a smudge have I seen. Can't say the same for the big list of Epson printers I've owned.

If I were buying again, I'd still go for this model. It's pretty compact, quiet enough while printing, pretty nippy, even for photos and I really like the little touches like the quick tap on the ON button which turns the printer on very quickly, quick tap again and it turns it off. No holding down the button for x seconds to confirm you want to turn it off nonsense. Changing ink is easier than most too. There is a little door at the front of the printer, you open that, pop your new inks in, close it and it does the rest. No need to start any kind of software process, it even spits out a test print automatically which you can then place on the scanner and press a button to have it automatically align the heads. Brilliant.
#8
If anyone gets stuck and really wants a cheap HP printer. I have a brand new, sealed, C4480 that I bought a few months ago for my Mum (but my bro had the same idea). It is brand new, comes with remainder of warranty from HP, originally bought from Littlewoods Direct. £40 inc postage.
#9
techpops
I've got one, the price is nothing special, it's been at this price for a long time at various places.

Ink prices, I pay £20 for the XL sized black and colour from fleabay. The XL are huge compared to the normal sized inks, 3 times bigger if I remember rightly so £20 isn't a bad price but not the best for ink compatibles.

Also with the compatibles I use, you lose the ability to see how much ink is left from the printers top panel.

Great quality printer in terms of build but avoid if you want really great photo prints. Using HP's own photopaper the results are very good though and printing on plain papers is surprisngly good. I've done plenty of prints that are hanging on the wall and I'm very happy with them so the quality isn't bad or anything like that, just not 6 colour ink system mega wow quality like you'd really expect from a true photo printer today.

One reason this could be a must have printer is that the paper loading is at the front and the prints come out the front too. So you can stuff it into a very confined space for general use and not need huge overhead room.

Unusually helpful posting - rep given.

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