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HP F4180 3-in-1 Photoprinter £30.83 with voucher @ Comet (Collect from store)

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Print resolution: 4800 x 1200 dpi Print speed - black: 26 Print speed - colour: 20 Maximum photocopy speed: 20 Scan resolution: 1200 x 2400 dpi Use 10MFPRINT to get 10% off screen price. Also, del… Read More
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Print resolution: 4800 x 1200 dpi Print speed - black: 26 Print speed - colour: 20 Maximum photocopy speed: 20 Scan resolution: 1200 x 2400 dpi

Use 10MFPRINT to get 10% off screen price. Also, delete the cable that is added to your basket (unless you want it of course).
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#1
Hmmmm this or the Epson SX100 posted earlier. Both great prices for a cheapy budget 3-in-1, both have mixed reviews.

Anyone comment on cart prices on HP vs Epson, both original and generic ?
#2
Hp printers still £30 a cart?
#3
These are very good, Ive got one. I only wanted a scanner really, but couldnt find one for less than this, but this has a printer which is very impressive for the money.
#4
I'd go for the Epson- You can get 8 replacement ink cartridges for around £12 delivered ( on ebay).

Best price for the HP seems to be around £7 per cartridge - but most remanufactured ones are at £10+ ( they contain the same 15ml of ink as the Epson carts).

So the HP will cost around 4 times as much to run.
banned#5
where is the epson one?
#6
uklad2k
where is the epson one?


HERE
banned#7
Thanks
#8
I have this printer but when the cartridges ran out I replaced it with an HP C5280 all in one instead!

HP cartridges always a bit expensive for my liking, but the price of the printer makes them pretty much disposable items.

Chris
#9
Personally, I'd prefer a Canon MP220 for £25.99 (currently half-price) at Argos (if you can find a store with stock!). Far superior to the Epson.

Link for the canon from Argos:-
http://www.argos.co.uk/static/Product/catalogId/1500001501/partNumber/6703590/gotoTab/reviews.htm
#10
got this printer a while ago full price. really nifty
#11
Had one of these. Always went wrong. Comet messed me around for ages. Wasted a lot of time and money.
#12
simes
I'd go for the Epson- You can get 8 replacement ink cartridges for around £12 delivered ( on ebay).

Best price for the HP seems to be around £7 per cartridge - but most remanufactured ones are at £10+ ( they contain the same 15ml of ink as the Epson carts).

So the HP will cost around 4 times as much to run.


Theres a bit more to it than that - printers vary greatly in how efficiently they operate - you don't necessarily get x number of pages for y cost of cartridges.
#13
If you're only occasionally printing colour but want to print quite a lot of black and white this printer is great (only if you buy unofficial inks though, the official ones are ridiculously priced).

I paid £9 for an unofficial ink, and print on fast draft, the B&W quality is still great, and I'm getting just under 900 pages per cartridge (approx 1p per sheet). Hot deal.
#14
Sphere
Personally, I'd prefer a Canon MP220 for £25.99 (currently half-price) at Argos (if you can find a store with stock!). Far superior to the Epson.

Link for the canon from Argos:-
http://www.argos.co.uk/static/Product/catalogId/1500001501/partNumber/6703590/gotoTab/reviews.htm


I am finding the canon carts very expensive unless anyone has any tips?
#15
Does this have a sheet feeder for scanning?
#16
simes
I'd go for the Epson- You can get 8 replacement ink cartridges for around £12 delivered ( on ebay).

Best price for the HP seems to be around £7 per cartridge - but most remanufactured ones are at £10+ ( they contain the same 15ml of ink as the Epson carts).

So the HP will cost around 4 times as much to run.

Agreed. Unless HP have changed their approach recently (I'm not aware of it) their cartridges include the print head. It does mean you get a 'fresh' print head with each new cartridge but they are inherently more expensive. Reman ones (still not cheap as you said) presumably have a used head? I also found the original cartridges really do stop working soon after use by date and HP won't back them up as soon as that date is hit. For those reasons alone I got rid of my HP printers and wouldn't go back.

Pros and cons with all printers but I've had great experience with several Epson models (incl excellent photo printing) and I can get a full set of six 'Pro Jet' branded compatibles (never had a problem with them) for my R300 for just £5 from my local computer fair. I stick to those as I have had clogged head problems with some other brands. Photos are almost as good as with originals but they do fade faster.

For photo printing Canon seem to get the very best reviews these days but that is going to be for specific models, not the whole range. Also the compatible suppliers seem to be having problems providing for the latest Canon models.

Bear in mind that the cartridges supplied with new printers generally have far less than a full charge of ink. They get you started but they don't want you buying more cheap printers (they must be loss leaders) just to get the ink.

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