HP LaserJet 1018 - Mono Laser Printer £39.99 Delivered (Plus 4.5% Quidco) - HotUKDeals
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This seems a good deal to me on a laserjet printer and couldnt find it cheaper anywhere else. Also free delivery on this item and 4.5% quidco.

The HP LaserJet 1018 printer delivers a simple, compact design and reliable, consistent results at an ideal price for personal users. Its sleek, compact design makes it an ideal fit for any desktop, shelf, or other small, convenient spot.

Product Features: Up to 600 x 600 dpi resolution * Up to 12 mono pages per minute * First page out in less than 10 seconds
2 Mb memory * 150 Sheet paper tray capacity * Hi-speed USB 2.0 interface * Windows compatible * Prints on paper up to 163 gsm weight
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[mod]#2
Looks like best price by around £4. Voted hot.
#3
Which is the better machine / value for money - this one or the 1020 listed here?
#4
Weird how the official toner cartridge cost nearly twice as much as the printer (£74.95) - http://www.pcworld.co.uk/martprd/store/pcw_page.jsp?BV_SessionID=@@@@0446675730.1185180015@@@@&BV_EngineID=ccfcaddliekfgkicflgceggdhhmdgmk.0&page=Product&sku=977993&calling_page=Product

Cheaper to buy several printers just for the toner.
#5
indeed, printers are often cheap as chips but you must always consider the cost of consumables, which is where the manufacturers really make their money. always check toner cart prices too before buying.

i have a brother printer and its high capacity carts sell for around £20 on ebay and have a resealable hole that i could fill with my own toner. branded toner only costs 35 for it...
[mod]#6
Not 100% sure but I think the 1018 and 1020 come with a sample toner good for 1000 sheets @5% print, where the full sized toner is 2000 sheets.

Having said that, the price per sheet works out to 4p so not too bad if you want trouble free printing.
#7
[mod]#8
The Samsung ML-2010 is available for around the same price and from member reports is flawless in operation and has the advantage of being easy to refill with toner yourself saving the cost of new toner carts.
#9
MikeT
The Samsung ML-2010 is available for around the same price and from member reports is flawless in operation and has the advantage of being easy to refill with toner yourself saving the cost of new toner carts.


I have a samsung laserjet myself, slightly newer model than the ML. They are pretty good. As for the refill method you can do the same with this HP printer, you just have to make sure you refill the toner cart before they get too low.

Also the reviews on Ebuyer are all 5 star for this printer.
#10
I have 2 hp from hte 1000 series: 1010 and 1020. The best one is the oldest, the 1010. The 1020 model, very similar to the 1010, has the drawback of not having the processor embeded in the machine (don't ask me the specifics about this...) with all the processeing being made by the cpu (via driver) and not the printer. The impact of this is that, at least to me, you can use a wireless printserver with the 1010 but not with the 1020.I don't know how the 1018 model is implemented, but if wireless printserver is a an issue with you, It might be worth to see the technical caracteristis of the printer. Having said that, I'm quite happy with both printers.
#11
Just to let anybody know that’s interested in this printer there is now an updated driver for windows vista operating system available from the Hp web site.
I have one of these printers myself and have had no problems with it at all only problem I had was when I upgraded to vista the old Xp driver wouldn’t work but Hp released the Vista driver about a week ago and now its working just fine :thumbsup:
#12
I bought this printer a week or so ago from HP for £35 ish. Came next day! if you scroll back a bit over the last few weeks there was a code posted for HP to give you this deal.
#13
says it only gives you 2000 pages. better going for ones with high yielding output. eg. my brother has 6000 and the carts are cheap.

mikeyp

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