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HP Printer for £35.00 with 3 months free ink @ Currys

£35.00 @ Currys
I missed out on the black friday offer that someone posted a few months ago but this looks basically the same to me?
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I missed out on the black friday offer that someone posted a few months ago but this looks basically the same to me?
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1 Like #1
I got this 2 weeks ago, signed up for ink - 3 months free!! cracking printer n great ink deal. Hot!!!
#2
Is this compatible with Apple AirPrint?
#3
Millymoo88
Is this compatible with Apple AirPrint?
From the description on the page:



Mobile printing

If you have an iPhone, iPad or other Apple device, AirPrint compatibility makes printing from them simple. It's already built into every new Apple device, so all you have to do is press the icon to print photos, documents and more from your mobile devices.

Android users can do the same with HP ePrint – just download the app to print completely wirelessly from smartphones, tablets and more.
1 Like #4
Don't know what the difference is but the HP 4523 (as opposed to 4520) with same 3 month ink trial is 1p cheaper at Argos.
http://www.argos.co.uk/product/5052338
1 Like #5
captainbeaky
Don't know what the difference is but the HP 4523 (as opposed to 4520) with same 3 month ink trial is 1p cheaper at Argos.http://www.argos.co.uk/product/5052338
Or the 4524 for £39.99 at pc world with 5 months free ink
#6
I had a 3 month fee ink but havnt rung up or signed up to use it I forgot! Hadnit anyrar now will it still work
#7
Reading1800
captainbeaky
Don't know what the difference is but the HP 4523 (as opposed to 4520) with same 3 month ink trial is 1p cheaper at Argos.http://www.argos.co.uk/product/5052338
Or the 4524 for £39.99 at pc world with 5 months free ink
No delivery for that one. Collection stock is sparse too :(
#8
got the envy 4507 which is part of the same series last year, great printers.
#9
Can someone explain how the 3 months free ink works. I have a top of the range pc and graphics card but lack one of the most basic things, a printer. Been on the lookout for one for a while. Its a nuisance to get something printed when you need it like a voucher for a restaurant or something.

Edited By: flumpy_85 on Feb 13, 2017 12:06
1 Like #10
I'll never buy another HP printer as long as i have a hole in my....... You'll be lucky if the printer is still working in 3 months.
1 Like #11
I got the 4527 was a tenner more but a fiver off at the time with 4 months free ink.
The free ink you sign up for and choose a plan £3.99 for up to 100 sheets a month and tiers up to £8.99.. when the printer knows it's running out it sends a message to HP and the ink arrives at your door automatically. Pretty cool. Friends told me about it before I bought this and sounded good. :)
3 Likes #12
If someone wants to be able to print A3 this looks great
http://www.currys.co.uk/gbuk/computing-accessories/printers-scanners-and-ink/printers/hp-officejet-7510-all-in-one-wireless-a3-inkjet-printer-with-fax-10147153-pdt.html
It's £74 with £20 cash back from HP = £54 a bargain for a A3 printer
1 Like #13
flumpy_85
Can someone explain how the 3 months free ink works. I have a top of the range pc and graphics card but lack one of the most basic things, a printer. Been on the lookout for one for a while. Its a nuisance to get something printed when you need it like a voucher for a restaurant or something.

You will need to go to the website and enter your product details. You should get this info in the leaflet or paperwork with your printer. Hope that helps!
#14
Does this print on photo glossy paper?
3 Likes #15
Its not "free ink", its 3 months trial of the HP instant Ink Service, Depending on the service level you sign up (starts at £2 a month) to that entitles you to print xx number of pages a month, go over it and you have to buy more pages.

The printer counts a single dot of ink on a page as a print, printing two sided counts as two pages. If you only print text its probably cheaper to buy compatible carts than sign up to this

Your printer also always needs to be connected to internet and be able to talk to the instant ink service, so it can track your use. No connection, or cancel the service and its supposed to stop you using the ink from the Instant Ink service even if they are full.

Its not a bad deal, just be aware that its not "free ink" any more than if you get the starter cartridges in a printer box..
#16
RAFAVDV
I'll never buy another HP printer as long as i have a hole in my....... You'll be lucky if the printer is still working in 3 months.


​I was thinking the same thing for my HP printer after I had printed out 3300 pages will it still be working X)X)
#17
MarkT1967
Does this print on photo glossy paper?


​Yes it does ;)
#18
gavin1
Its not "free ink", its 3 months trial of the HP instant Ink Service, Depending on the service level you sign up (starts at £2 a month) to that entitles you to print xx number of pages a month, go over it and you have to buy more pages.

The printer counts a single dot of ink on a page as a print, printing two sided counts as two pages. If you only print text its probably cheaper to buy compatible carts than sign up to this

Your printer also always needs to be connected to internet and be able to talk to the instant ink service, so it can track your use. No connection, or cancel the service and its supposed to stop you using the ink from the Instant Ink service even if they are full.

Its not a bad deal, just be aware that its not "free ink" any more than if you get the starter cartridges in a printer box..


​Well it is free ink if you don't go over 300 pages a month, so with my HP deal you can print out 1800 for free, a no brainier really ;)
#19
Reading1800
captainbeaky
Don't know what the difference is but the HP 4523 (as opposed to 4520) with same 3 month ink trial is 1p cheaper at Argos.http://www.argos.co.uk/product/5052338
Or the 4524 for £39.99 at pc world with 5 months free ink


​+1 for this deal :)
#20
great deal thanks
#21
mchcreations
If someone wants to be able to print A3 this looks greathttp://www.currys.co.uk/gbuk/computing-accessories/printers-scanners-and-ink/printers/hp-officejet-7510-all-in-one-wireless-a3-inkjet-printer-with-fax-10147153-pdt.html

I have just had a look at the 7510. Very good printer, very good price. However, very big....too big for my home office.
It's £74 with £20 cash back from HP = £54 a bargain for a A3 printer
#22
weedavemac
I have just had a look at the 7510. Very good printer, very good price. However, very big....too big for my home office.
£54 a bargain for a A3 printer
Well A3 printers are big, as a good aspect as well it has individual cartridges for each color, so you don't need to replace all if you are running low of just one.
#23
MarkT1967
Does this print on photo glossy paper?
Sure, stand it on anything you like.
#24
Looks like a good deal, I'm not sure what the HP instant Ink Service is though?
#25
cliosport65
gavin1
Its not "free ink", its 3 months trial of the HP instant Ink Service, Depending on the service level you sign up (starts at £2 a month) to that entitles you to print xx number of pages a month, go over it and you have to buy more pages.
The printer counts a single dot of ink on a page as a print, printing two sided counts as two pages. If you only print text its probably cheaper to buy compatible carts than sign up to this
Your printer also always needs to be connected to internet and be able to talk to the instant ink service, so it can track your use. No connection, or cancel the service and its supposed to stop you using the ink from the Instant Ink service even if they are full.
Its not a bad deal, just be aware that its not "free ink" any more than if you get the starter cartridges in a printer box..
​Well it is free ink if you don't go over 300 pages a month, so with my HP deal you can print out 1800 for free, a no brainier really ;)

Why is is any different to the usual "starter" cartridges that usually come with printers, they work for a few hundred prints then dry up.

If you print high number of full colour full page prints they work out good value, but many people will be doing less ink intensive printing most of the time.
#26
Epson XP-345 same price.
#27
gavin1
cliosport65
gavin1
Its not "free ink", its 3 months trial of the HP instant Ink Service, Depending on the service level you sign up (starts at £2 a month) to that entitles you to print xx number of pages a month, go over it and you have to buy more pages.
The printer counts a single dot of ink on a page as a print, printing two sided counts as two pages. If you only print text its probably cheaper to buy compatible carts than sign up to this
Your printer also always needs to be connected to internet and be able to talk to the instant ink service, so it can track your use. No connection, or cancel the service and its supposed to stop you using the ink from the Instant Ink service even if they are full.
Its not a bad deal, just be aware that its not "free ink" any more than if you get the starter cartridges in a printer box..
​Well it is free ink if you don't go over 300 pages a month, so with my HP deal you can print out 1800 for free, a no brainier really ;)

Why is is any different to the usual "starter" cartridges that usually come with printers, they work for a few hundred prints then dry up.

If you print high number of full colour full page prints they work out good value, but many people will be doing less ink intensive printing most of the time.


​I agree with you only bought my one for the instant ink so we could print all them photos out that we have ;) as you are correct my other printer the inks have dried up X)
#28
gemmakindle92
Looks like a good deal, I'm not sure what the HP instant Ink Service is though?


​Basically you can print 300 pages a month and they will supply the ink for free ;)
1 Like #29
I bought the 4524 so I could print photos without having to worry about ink but it is absolutely useless. The colours are nothing like those showing on the laptop image and three days later they are still not dry and are smudging. Used good quality glossy paper and printed on high. HP's suggested remedy? to only use HP paper and to print on normal setting! Would definitely not recommend this printer.
#30
Polar1
I bought the 4524 so I could print photos without having to worry about ink but it is absolutely useless. The colours are nothing like those showing on the laptop image and three days later they are still not dry and are smudging. Used good quality glossy paper and printed on high. HP's suggested remedy? to only use HP paper and to print on normal setting! Would definitely not recommend this printer.


​weird I have the same printer and it's great for photos. What photo paper are you using?
suspended#31
MarkT1967
Does this print on photo glossy paper?

Mine prints on Matt glossy paper envelopes and labels great printer
#32
Limited free ink with the caveat that the printer is connected to the internet.

HP are tracking everything you print, I guarantee it. (Obviously I dont actually guarantee it.)

Edited By: dijital on Feb 13, 2017 21:57
#33
dijital
Limited free ink with the caveat that the printer is connected to the internet.
HP are tracking everything you print, I guarantee it.
That's a good point need to be careful what you print ;)
#34
Good printer with Instaink. Search around interwebs for referral codes to get an extra month on your trial (referral codes can't be posted here) plus theres another code for another month - HP support can add it in after I believe if you contact them.

Once you've configured your printer, you'll need to setup the trial within 7 days of 'activation'.

Sign up for the 300 pages per month till the end of your trial, go print mad during this time and then roll back to a tarrif that will reflect your typical usage - you'll be slightly stung for going over.

The cartridges you get in the box won't last too long (so I'm told, I've still got ink after a fair amount of prints), they're not completely full (there are two types). Since the printer will call home to HP (it's wireless), you'll soon have new cartridges come in the post hopefully before you ever run out. Some others have reported that it didn't fit their letterbox, like myself, so be warned if you don't have a good postie or live in a dodgy neighbourhood with a standard sized letterbox.

The system won't let you stockpile the cartridges as its tracking your usage.

And finally, it's pages (A4, 6x4 photos, envelopes etc) that count towards your usage. ie printing a single word on a an A4 page is the same count as a full high quality colour photo on glossy paper.



Edited By: scaryprowler on Feb 13, 2017 22:13
#35
you can get an extra month of instantink using referal codes
#36
When can you use the referral code? When you first sign up? Or can it be added after?
#37
Cliosport, I'm using Epson glossy. Tried printing on other non HP and same result. HP help just said to only use HP paper and to try printing on Normal setting, which definitely lessened quality of the print and they didn't dry either. Going to try HP photo paper and hope that sorts it. Discovered in my search for an answer a lot of very poor reviews for the printer including people with the same issues as myself. Great printer for the free ink and general paper printing but personally I would not buy HP if planning to do photos.
#38
RAFAVDV
I'll never buy another HP printer as long as i have a hole in my....... You'll be lucky if the printer is still working in 3 months.

Yep same here. Every HP product I've ever owned has been total garbage
#39
Roge
RAFAVDV
I'll never buy another HP printer as long as i have a hole in my....... You'll be lucky if the printer is still working in 3 months.
Yep same here. Every HP product I've ever owned has been total garbage

Not quite, I had a laserjet 1200 printer that lasted from 1997 I think with no problems until last year, and I've had HP lasers for years are they are reliable. Business grade stuff used to be well built, (went with a Dell to replace the laserjet as it was on offer) its the consumer level stuff that's built to a cost and suffers for it
#40
Polar1
Cliosport, I'm using Epson glossy. Tried printing on other non HP and same result. HP help just said to only use HP paper and to try printing on Normal setting, which definitely lessened quality of the print and they didn't dry either. Going to try HP photo paper and hope that sorts it. Discovered in my search for an answer a lot of very poor reviews for the printer including people with the same issues as myself. Great printer for the free ink and general paper printing but personally I would not buy HP if planning to do photos.


​I was the same as you after trying to print photos on Kodak photo paper, read reviews saying it was crap for photos BUT I thought I would try out some HP photo paper and guess what it worked great , print quality was good no dark photos. I have printed over 400 good quality photos now. So my advise is don't give up yet ;)

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