HP PRO 8500 AIO multifunction printer Free Del, Free 3yr Wrnty £80.94 @ Comet - HotUKDeals
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To get this price;
use 10ALLPRINT discount £15.00
Use Quidco for 3% £4.05
Claim cash back from HP Direct £50 (valid till 30th April)
Total £80.94


Cash Back & free 3yr warranty
http://h40059.www4.hp.com/savemoney/hp-officejet-pro.html


The HP Officejet Pro 8500 All-in-One series is designed for micro/small business users wanting an energy-efficient, network-ready all-in-one capable of delivering premium-quality color and black-and-white at an exceptionally low cost per page.
Get professional print quality for high impact general office documents, with a cost per page as much as 50% lower than competitive lasers. Print with individually-replaceable HP Officejet pigment inks for durable, water-resistant outputs.
Minimize your impact on the environment with this efficient, ENERGY STAR qualified device - use up to 50% less energy than with competitive color laser all-in-ones. Reduce your paper usage too with digital fax, HP Smart Web Printing.
Share reliable performance between up to 10 users via your network. Enjoy speeds equivalent to a laser printer with up to 15 black/11ppm color
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#1
This printer is £133 at Amazon and with the £50 cashback makes it £83. Quidco isn't guaranteed and i'd rather get it from Amazon.

Anyway, judging by user reviews the 3 year warranty very much comes in handy as it's supposed to be quite unreliable.

Edit: Just noticed that it's actually £133 from an Amazon Market Place seller with £13 P&P making it £146.
#2
Very good price.

Don't confuse this with sub-£100 'home printers'. This is far better in terms of quality and functions.

I got the Wirelesss version a couple of months back for about £95 all-in, after the cashback and with 3 year warranty.

I would recommend the wireless version instead if you can get it for a good price, as this is a big heavy machine and you don't really want it on your desk - it needs to be out of the way somewhere!
#3
withabix;8218972
Don't confuse this with sub-£100 'home printers'. This is far better in terms of quality and functions.


+1

The ink prices for this one and it's Wireless/Touchscreen/Duplex Printing & Scanning/Digital Sender version are much, much, much lower than for those nasty budget all-in-ones, you see everyday in the supermarkets on sale.

It's silent on stand-by, but quite noisy while scanning/printing (especially when using the duplexer). As said by withabix, pay the little extra and buy the one with all the features. ie: The HP Officejet Pro 8500 Wireless - A909g - it's much better value for money anyway (you even get an extra £10 cashback).

Copied from one of the old threads...
#4
I have to say i've given up on HP due to the running costs. I use 2 Epson SX400 multifunction printers now and they take 4 seperate colour cartridges like the HP. The difference is that the cartridges are around 50p each compared to £10-£15 for HP. Now I can replace all the cartridges for £2 instead of £50 I don't have a heart attack whenever I see the kids printing out full page colour pictures of the Jonas Brothers! I know this 8500 is a 'business' device but HP's 'budget' printers are just as bad. I gave away a perfectly good HP 8450 AIO because of this.God knows where HP get their prices from, or how they find people to pay them! I know some of the cartridges have the heads built in but even the ones that don't cost a fortune. Right i've had my rant, back to the deal - Good price :thumbsup:
#5
withabix
Very good price.

Don't confuse this with sub-£100 'home printers'. This is far better in terms of quality and functions.

I got the Wirelesss version a couple of months back for about £95 all-in, after the cashback and with 3 year warranty.

I would recommend the wireless version instead if you can get it for a good price, as this is a big heavy machine and you don't really want it on your desk - it needs to be out of the way somewhere!


Print resolution: 1200x600 Print speed - black: 35 Print speed - colour: 34 Direct printing: PictBridge Maximum photocopy speed: 34

I see what you're getting at but surely this printer can't produce the sort of photo quality prints that a 'sub £100 home printer' producing 4800x1200 or 9600x2400 prints can?
#6
Janeyjugs
I have to say i've given up on HP due to the running costs. I use 2 Epson SX400 multifunction printers now and they take 4 seperate colour cartridges like the HP. The difference is that the cartridges are around 50p each compared to £10-£15 for HP. Now I can replace all the cartridges for £2 instead of £50 I don't have a heart attack whenever I see the kids printing out full page colour pictures of the Jonas Brothers! I know this 8500 is a 'business' device but HP's 'budget' printers are just as bad. I gave away a perfectly good HP 8450 AIO because of this.God knows where HP get their prices from, or how they find people to pay them! I know some of the cartridges have the heads built in but even the ones that don't cost a fortune. Right i've had my rant, back to the deal - Good price :thumbsup:



Oh no! My 500th post and it was a moan :x
#7
craigstephens
Print resolution: 1200x600 Print speed - black: 35 Print speed - colour: 34 Direct printing: PictBridge Maximum photocopy speed: 34

I see what you're getting at but surely this printer can't produce the sort of photo quality prints that a 'sub £100 home printer' producing 4800x1200 or 9600x2400 prints can?


4800x1200 colour and 1200x1200 black according to HP's spec.

Produces excellent photo prints and the print head calibration is rock-solid and stable, unlike some of the printers which claim to be higher resolution.

This has separate print heads and ink cartridges. Print heads built in to the ink cartrtidge just aren't very good quality (and make the ink cartridge very expensive).
#8
Be careful one day after your 3 year warranty and HP will not be there to help. As I have found out. :x

Ps: Read the fine print about how to claim your cashback too.
#9
I got one of these about 6 months ago (A909g version) and really pleased with it. I must say £80 including a 3 yr warranty is very good.

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