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HP Photosmart Wifi e-AiO £37.99 @ Comet

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HP Photosmart Wifi e-AiO
WIRELESS PRINTER/COPIER/SCANNER
Multi function printer with
Wireless Enabled: Yes
Print resolution: 4800x1200
Print speed - black: 32 PPM
Print speed - colour: 30 PPM
Borderless printing: Up to A4
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#1
This is boiling hot - BUT a word of warning - this things eats ink. =//
#2
Great price for this but I agree with tomwatts. Spend £50 on a continuous ink system and you have a good cheap printer.
#3
jeff3g
Great price for this but I agree with tomwatts. Spend £50 on a continuous ink system and you have a good cheap printer.


Can you explain a little further please?
#4
Also have a read of the reviews Here there may be wireless issues with people using BT Homehubs

Great Price, considering HP's own RRP!!
#5
I think this has already been listed HERE, cheaper?
#6
Smag
jeff3g
Great price for this but I agree with tomwatts. Spend £50 on a continuous ink system and you have a good cheap printer.


Can you explain a little further please?


A continiuous ink system has external ink tanks that feed the smaller ones within the printer. The one I fitted has 80ml capacity compared to the 3ml of the originals, and can be refilled. My experience is that you need to be good with your hands to fit one correctly as instructions tend to be basic and you have to work out how to run the feeder tubes. Worth the effort though as even the cleaning cycle on these printers really eats into the ink. After spending £30 on ink I got a low warning the next day after a few light prints, that was the final straw. Google CISS or continuous ink system on you favourite auction site. As a tip on these printers there is a switch which tells if the top is open. As this is very sensitive it doesn't allow the feeder tubes to be fitted without alarming. A piece of sellotape cures this nicely. Also keep your original carts as you will need the chips.

Well worth the effort as you can print what you like without worrying about the cost and the quality is every bit as good as fresh inks.

Edited By: jeff3g on Dec 29, 2010 23:40
#7
Bought one of these for uni. it was the same price on the 24th pretty impressed so far connected easily to my laptop/wireless with my homehub 2.0..

been using the supplied 'trial' inks printed off over 50 sheets so far and the ink thing has shown them as still being full. pretty decent as i have just bought 4 new ones off amazon as spares for 22 quid..

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