HP Laserjet 1020 14ppm A4 Black and White Laser Printer LESS than 1/2 price, only £37.36 delivered! - HotUKDeals
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Great for private use, the toner [INCLUDED] lasts about 1000 pages which is quite a long time as compared to alot of inkjet that last around 250 pages and need replacing. Works out a little cheaper in the longrun especially if you shop around for the toners and this is a fantastic delivered price for a printer that receives lots of good reviews!

HP Laserjet 1020 14ppm A4 Black and White Laser Printer

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The HP LaserJet 1020 Printer an excellent laser printer for the cost-conscious user delivers high-quality LaserJet printing in a compact size and at a price you can afford. Main Specifications Manufacturer Hewlett-Packard Development Company L.P Manufacturer Part Number Q5911A#ABU Manufacturer Website Address http://www.hp.com/uk Product Line LaserJet Product Name LaserJet 1020 Printer Product Type Desktop Printer Extended Specifications Technical Information Print Colour Monochrome Print Technology Laser Print Speed 14 ppm Maximum Monochrome Draft Quality A4 14 ppm Maximum Monochrome Normal Quality A4 First Print Speed < 10 Second(s) Monochrome Print Resolution 600 x 600 dpi Monochrome Duplex Printing Manual Duplexing Standard Platform Support PC Processor & Chipset Processor 234MHz RISC Memory Standard Memory 2MB Maximum Memory 2MB Interfaces/Ports Interfaces/Ports USB Standard Controls/Indicators Control Panel 2 LED lights (Attention Ready) Media Types & Handling Media Capacities 1 Sheet(s) Standard Priority Input Tray 150 Sheet(s) Standard Input Tray(s) 100 Sheet(s) Standard Output 100 Transparencies Standard Output 15 Envelope(s) Standard Output Media Types Plain Paper(s) Envelope(s) Transparencies Card Stock Post Cards Label(s) Media Sizes A4 A5 Letter Legal Executive B5 (JIS) B5 (ISO) C5 Envelope Envelope DL Monarch Envelope Com10 Envelope B5 Envelope A6 Post Card - 76mm x 127mm Post Card - 216mm x 356mm Media Weight 60 g/m² to 163 g/m² Input Tray(s) Consumables Consumables 1 x Black Cartridge(s) Standard Print Yield 2000 Page(s) Software Software Included HP Printer Software on CD-ROM: HP installer/uninstaller Host-based driver HP Toolbox for diagnostic status and configuration Help Documentation Reliability Pages Per Month 5000 Power Description Input Voltage 220 V AC to 240 V AC ±10% Frequency 50 Hz or 60 Hz &p
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#1
Good deal, especially if you are a text heavy printer...don't forget to recycle your toner cartridges.
#2
Agent_Silver
Good deal, especially if you are a text heavy printer...don't forget to recycle your toner cartridges.


Thank you Agent_Silver, you may even get some cashback for your old toner with some online recycle centres.:thumbsup:
#3
Its a very good deal. I had one of these at work for a month and its a small and easy to use printer. I bought mine for £110 about 7 months ago.
#4
this printer better than the samsung alternatives at ebuyer for £60ish?
#5
Good price for this. Voted hot.
banned#6
muttyhc
this printer better than the samsung alternatives at ebuyer for £60ish?


In my experience HPs can go on forever. Samsungs aren't so reliable. Of course you need to take care not to buy the cheapest, coarsest paper as that will lessen the life of your rollers, whichever printer you buy.

Like for like, I'd always buy HP. (Just don't buy a warranty - waste of time HP support! (spent a bad hour today on the phone to what sounded like South Africa :viking:))
#7
Voted HOT HOT HOT

Toner cartridges from OEM's (not refills or re-manufactered) from £15, look on eBay. :w00t:

Cheaper than the chips inside it !!!!! :thumbsup:

Just ordered one, will replace my old HP IIIp which I've had for upteen years :p
#8
whats good paper to buy?
#9
just bought one, cheers.
#10
brilliant deal, voted hot :)

ive had an HP 1010 for three years for uni work and its been brilliant - never let me down once. I am beginning to look around for a new toner as I didn't want to be let down in my final year by running out of toner! However, at this price its worth replacing the whole unit and selling the old one on ebay...even if I get a fiver for it - its cheaper than buying a new toner! the toner lasts about 3000 pages, and I'm still on the original toner after three years of printing uni lecture notes, coursework and general letters etc so 3000 is ample for normal use

regarding paper - I only use Xerox 90gsm. Its about a fiver for 500 pages but very good quality....no bleeding, no jams.
#11
Our main printer problem is one unmentioned in the manuals. Inkjet print heads clogging (fatally) when it's not used for a couple of months sometimes. We've got THREE dead inkjets lying around.

I know laser is recommended for high volume low-cost printing, but does anyone know if they are more forgiving than inkjets if neglected this way?

Also, does anyone know if this hp can handle thin copier paper without jamming? We have a stack of it, which we like for its light weight and lack of bulk when filed in volume.
#12
woodface7
I know laser is recommended for high volume low-cost printing, but does anyone know if they are more forgiving than inkjets if neglected this way?


Yes, much more forgiving. The toner is a dry powder, and the print mechanism is totally different to how an inkjet works, so no clogging.

I have a HP4L from the early 90's (92?) that I still use, but only very rarely (at most a couple times a year) and have had no problems with it.
#13
Ooooh I'm very, very tempted but it doesn't appear to be Vista compatible - does anyone know if it will work with Vista?
#14
It worth to buy two printers now rather than single toner which is about the same price. ;-)
#15
Excellent price for a top reviewed laser printer... I've ordered mine already! Voted HHHHHHot!!

PS. All those worried about the cost of toner carts, don't. Toner lasts sooooooo much longer than the piddly little carts you use with an inkjet. And if you want a colour photo printed just send it to photobox - they and other online print services print photographically on to proper photographic Fuji Crystal Archive paper which will stand the test of time against ANY inkjet print.
#16
Great price... I wouldn't buy one though as they stink!
#17
Does anyone know whether the toners on these can be easily refilled, or are there annoying chips to reprogram / replace also? TIA
#18
Great Price!!!
#19
having issues with the 1020 we have in work, moved from a Windows 2000 machine to an XP machine and now whenever we print any document with pictures vertical black bars are printed down the right-hand side boarder. Tried everything under the sun to correct it but nothing, annoying is not the word. Otherwise this is a nice little unit, quiet and speedy enough for a medium user.
#20
iliko
It worth to buy two printers now rather than single toner which is about the same price. ;-)


If you use someone like Ink Factory, not only is it 17.5% on quidco,. but replacement cartridges are about £25 with bigger sized yields too, I think 4000 pages.

These printers are excellent, we use several at work and they are used alot.

Highly recommended and heat added.
#21
Is this one coming with a usb cable?
Or need to buy one seperately?
1 Like #22
Sadly no good for vista though and no drivers around yet.
#23
phoebe03cat
Sadly no good for vista though and no drivers around yet.


Awww bum :(
#24
phoebe03cat
Sadly no good for vista though and no drivers around yet.


Was thinking about getting this printer but the suggested lack of vista drivers for the printer put me off. Just had a look on the HP site and there are drivers for the HP LaserJet 1020 Printer.
Hope this helps..
#25
phoebe03cat
Sadly no good for vista though and no drivers around yet.


Are you sure? This looks like a vista driver: -

http://h20000.www2.hp.com/bizsupport/TechSupport/SoftwareIndex.jsp?lang=en&cc=uk&prodNameId=439428&prodTypeId=18972&prodSeriesId=439423&swLang=8&swEnvOID=2093
#26
a better offer if you can get it - taken from MSE

Default Laser Printer sub £50 with free cartridge
Canon Laserjet £49.99 plus use the link below to get an additional cartridge worth £60


PC World are doing in store a Canon LBP2900i BW laser printer. It is only available in store at £49.99 but you can reserve on the website. We got one of these which had a sticker on saying there was a free cartridge we could send for (in addition to the one supplied) worth £60 but the other boxes didn't have this and no mention is made online or in-store. Going to the Canon website the offer is on there, if you buy after 27th December for the next couple of months you can print out a form

http://www.canon.co.uk/Images/2724_Free%20Toner%20Claim%20form%20LBP2900i_tcm14-486765.pdf

and it is simply a matter of sending the form off with the receipt and getting a free toner worth £10 more than the printer itself.

The printer has also been reduced to about half price and works great - no warm up time!


I suspect this is old stock and the printers with the stickers will suspercede these probably back up to £100

Looks Ok to me - but check it out first.

This is what the Canon Site says


Canon is world leader in Laser imaging technology and in order to make our exciting i-SENSYS range of printers and All-In-One even more cost effective we are offering all customers a Free Toner cartridge promotion. With every purchase of an i-SENSYS LBP2900 mono printer, i-SENSYS LBP2900i mono printer and i-SENSYS MF4010 All-In-One you can claim a FREE compatible Authentic Canon Toner cartridge. With purchases of the i-SENSYS LBP5000 colour printer we are offering a free set of 4 colour cartridges. See below for compatible toners and the great savings.
FOR THE LBP2900, LBP5000 AND MF4010 THE PROMOTION RUNS FROM 17TH NOVEMBER 2007 TO 29TH FEBRUARY 2008. FOR THE LBP2900i THE PROMOTION RUNS FROM 26TH DECEMBER 2007 TO 31ST MARCH 2008.
Our range of i-SENSYS printers and All-In-One are fast, efficient, quiet and best of all, reliable – consistently delivering razor sharp, professional prints every time.
The small, stylish i-SENSYS LBP2900 and i-SENSYS LBP2900i produce professional laser prints, quickly and quietly. Extra easy to use, they deliver consistently high quality output thanks to Canon’s All-in-One cartridge.The i-SENSYS LBP5000 brings speed, simplicity and style to colour laser printing – with convenient, maintenance-free colour All-in-One cartridges.
The i-SENSYS MF4010 combines mono printing with copying and colour scanning to handle all your needs in one place. Quick First Print and All-in-One cartridges ensure maximum productivity with minimum hassle.

See

http://www.canon.co.uk/tonerpromotion/
#27
phoebe03cat
Sadly no good for vista though and no drivers around yet.


Heres a quote from IT Reviews at
http://www.itreviews.co.uk/hardware/h1337.htm

Drivers are supplied for all versions of Windows from 98 to XP, and Vista drivers (32-bit only) can be downloaded from HP's support Web site

Also of note from the same review, it says
Unlike printers from other manufacturers, it is supplied with a retail toner cartridge and not a part-filled sampler

Seems hot to me.
#28
Andy_Green
having issues with the 1020 we have in work, moved from a Windows 2000 machine to an XP machine and now whenever we print any document with pictures vertical black bars are printed down the right-hand side boarder. Tried everything under the sun to correct it but nothing, annoying is not the word. Otherwise this is a nice little unit, quiet and speedy enough for a medium user.


Had this once - the plastic bit that "cleans" the wire (think it's called the fuser) was moved to the wrong side causing heavy black lines down one side. This was a brother printer though.
#29
Hi you guys

How does this deal work?
Amazon gives a price of 72,99 excl shipment.
Is this deal expired?.
how do you get it for 37.36??
#30
Just opened the box and can't see a usb cable. Where can I pick one up cheap (ideally on the high street)?
#31
poundshop usually have them.
3 weeks too late, I know :)

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