HP Deskjet F4280 all in one printer was £78.29 now £28.97 @ Tesco using voucher + quidco! - HotUKDeals
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HP Deskjet F4280 all in one printer was £78.29 now £28.97 @ Tesco using voucher + quidco!

£28.97 @ Tesco
This printer has been a good price for a while but now ith the £5 voucher its almost a disposable printer/scanner!!!! Reviews seem good from reevoo Print quality 8.7 Compatibility 8.7 Speed …
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7y, 6m agoFound 7 years, 6 months ago
This printer has been a good price for a while but now ith the £5 voucher its almost a disposable printer/scanner!!!!

Reviews seem good from reevoo

Print quality 8.7
Compatibility 8.7
Speed 8.1
Value for money 9.4
Overall rating 8.7 out of 10

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
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1 Like #2
Looks good :)

And this one too, for a few extra quid:

[INDENT]HP Photosmart C4480 all in one printer[/INDENT]
#3
jb66
but now ith the £5 voucher its almost a disposable printer/scanner

I suspect the cost of replacement HP cartridges will certainly make it a disposable item... :w00t:
#4
do you not have to spend £50 or more to get the voucher code to work....I take it this is the voucher code for the new catalogue...
#5
torby
do you not have to spend £50 or more to get the voucher code to work....I take it this is the voucher code for the new catalogue...


no it appears to be a different one for max spend £30
#6
Flipd
I suspect the cost of replacement HP cartridges will certainly make it a disposable item... :w00t:


one black plus one colour cartridge total £29.69 delivered.
#7
is that not reasonable for 300 pages?
1 Like #8
jb66
is that not reasonable for 300 pages?

When compared to other manufacturers' models having cartridge sets easily available for under £10, definitely not.
Most HP, Lexmark, Olivetti and similar models tend to have difficult to find cheap printer food compared to Epson or Canon models. Depends if users absolutely must have original carts or much better value compatibles.
Not attempting to draw any direct compaison to this HP al-in-one, but an example of an Epson all-in-one with easily available cheap carts under £10 / set (especially from that well-known auction site) would be Epson SX200 under £40 from many outlets including Argos.
Simple maths says the Epson ownership costs would be one third of the HP ownership costs.
Don't want to be drawn into any extended debate about original carts compared to compaitble options and cost per page etc - it's been debated to death on this site many times before.
Suggest great price for the HP printer, but poor overall value for most users when compared to other manufacturers' models.
#9
Flipd
one black plus one colour cartridge total £29.69 delivered.


lol buy a couple of printers, stupid.
#10
KiNG
lol buy a couple of printers, stupid.


The cartridges that come with printers are more empty than full....
#11
KiNG
lol buy a couple of printers, stupid.


and buy some storage to house your year's worth of printer mountain, then have a nice warm feeling inside about your contribution to landfill :thumbsup:
#12
manoir
The cartridges that come with printers are more empty than full....


Not checked any specs for this particular model, but carts supplied with inkjet models are frequently standard capacity.
Reduced-capacity or "starter" options tend to be applicable to laser models' toner only.
#13
could these cartridges be refilled at your local ink center?
#14
jb66
could these cartridges be refilled at your local ink center?


this webpage suggests refills are possible, although refill by post would mean the printer would be unavailable for a few days so maybe only practical for local refill:
http://www.inkntoneruk.co.uk/printers/hp-deskjet-f4280-printer/
#15
Flipd
this webpage suggests refills are possible, although refill by post would mean the printer would be unavailable for a few days so maybe only practical for local refill:
http://www.inkntoneruk.co.uk/printers/hp-deskjet-f4280-printer/


cheers bud
#16
Flipd
Not checked any specs for this particular model, but carts supplied with inkjet models are frequently standard capacity.
Reduced-capacity or "starter" options tend to be applicable to laser models' toner only.


I have not checked any spec's but in my experience cart's supplied with inkjet printers are are definitly not standard:whistling:
#17
col11
I have not checked any spec's but in my experience cart's supplied with inkjet printers are are definitly not standard:whistling:


Actual cart capacity or use of "introductory" carts is almost always stated on exterior packaging of HP items, as mentioned burried in this HP webpage.
Also from same page:
"Some HP inkjet printers use ink from the first cartridges installed for printer start up"
which suggests that some of the ink in the first installed carts may be used to "charge" the system, hence giving the impression of lower capacity for that first set. This seems reasonable rather than any suggestion of sharp practice.
#18
I bought this printer about a year ago in comet for £30 :thumbsup: its a good printer the cartridges you get with it last quite long too , its only now i might have to consider getting new colour ones .
#19
CISS System or Jet Tec 3rd party cartridges. Been using the Jet Tec cartridges in my canon ip4200. A full set for £30 if I remember correctly.
#20
my brother bought this yesterday from Tesco and I almost broke it putting the cartridges in! Thought it was faulty but it was me ...... definitely different to my HP all in one printer.
#21
Flipd
and buy some storage to house your year's worth of printer mountain, then have a nice warm feeling inside about your contribution to landfill :thumbsup:

Dont forget that printers need to be kept at their ambient temperature, therefore you can also help speed up the global warming situation:thumbsup:
#22
Disposable printers were the Dell £9.99 ones a while back, I am still working my way through them and I have not needed to buy ink for years!
#23
This printer or the Epson SX200?
#24
kenan557
This printer or the Epson SX200?


I'd go for the Epson one. Computable cartridges from ukdvdr are 90p each. It's a no brainer IMO.
#25
Benodet
Disposable printers were the Dell £9.99 ones a while back, I am still working my way through them and I have not needed to buy ink for years!


is that the Dell deal from about 3 years ago, the more you bought, the cheaper the printers became? bought a "few" of them myself ! :whistling:
#26
:thumbsup:

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