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Lexmark Colour Printer now only £9.99 @ ebuyer.com

£9.99 @ Ebuyer
No bells or Whistles Printer. just add paper and press print. For £10 you carn't really go wrong. The ink would cost more to buy. up to 22 ppm Max Resolution ( B&W ) 1200 dpi x 1200 dpi Max Reso…
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7y, 10m agoFound 7 years, 10 months ago
No bells or Whistles Printer. just add paper and press print.
For £10 you carn't really go wrong. The ink would cost more to buy.

up to 22 ppm
Max Resolution ( B&W ) 1200 dpi x 1200 dpi
Max Resolution ( Colour ) 4800 dpi x 1200 dpi

First post so go Easy.

Shipping Charge: £4.79
so Total would be : £14.78
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#1
Bleugh :p

Lexmark, never again.

They should be giving their printers away, considering the price of replacement ink cartridges.

Sorry, but cold from me. Maybe I'm a biased Lexmark hater though :-D
#2
Most printers are sold with a smaller than normal amount of ink.
They run out in no time and then the true cost of owning the printer is discovered.
Voted cold
banned#3
cold even if it was free
#4
HEAT given based on the price of the printer alone, judging the deal on Ink isn't fair play in my book.

If your usage of printer is low then this is a good buy, if you use the printer a lot then refill cartridges might be better.
#5
its ok if you dont mind it chewing up your good paper ... special feature on lexmark giving your prints that used look
#6
Hmm, it looks like you can get free delivery if you are prepared to wait 5-9 (think that's what it says) anyhow back to the deal.......you would always buy a good named printer if you could.....but at this price......lexmark or not,it has become a throwaway item and would surely get you through a couple of months......so why so cold folks?:thumbsup:
#7
tyrano;4815054
Most printers are sold with a smaller than normal amount of ink.
They run out in no time and then the true cost of owning the printer is discovered.
Voted cold

Hi, how many pages does the cartridge give, i.e. the one supplied with the printer give (approx./average)?
banned#8
pgotecha;4817370
Hi, how many pages does the cartridge give, i.e. the one supplied with the printer give (approx./average)?

My lexmark could only manage at most about 50 pages and that was with a double capacity cartridge which cost £18 each. After getting through about 3 of these in six months, I bought a brother laser printer for £49 and that prints 2000 pages on a £25 toner cartridge.

£25 brother cartridge = 2000 pages

I'd need to spend £720 on lexmark ink to get 2000 pages! :w00t:
#9
Amazing isn't it, my lexmark printer can't even feed the paper in straight either. Its like its designed so that every page is always slightly squint.
#10
csiman;4818123
My lexmark could only manage at most about 50 pages and that was with a double capacity cartridge which cost £18 each. After getting through about 3 of these in six months, I bought a brother laser printer for £49 and that prints 2000 pages on a £25 toner cartridge.

£25 brother cartridge = 2000 pages
I'd need to spend £720 on lexmark ink to get 2000 pages! :w00t:

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:thumbsup:Thanks, I think it is not a good buy even if you consider it as single use.
I wonder if you can help me with a notebook from Medion. Details are at http://www.medion.com/ms/aldi/md96888/uk/flashseite.html. It is:
Medion Notebook 10", 160gb hd, 1 gig ram, bluetooth, webcam, etc. for £280.
Does anyone know if this is a good buy? I am not too good with this and don't know if it is a good price and also whether a normal laptop would be aa better choice? Is 10" too small?
Also, do you know of any good deals? I am disabled and want to use if whilst sitting on the living room sofa. Would the wireless access be good enough via my main desktop which is upstairs?
I would really apprecaite any views you 'hotdealers' may have to help me choose the right laptop/notebook.
pg :?!!
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pgotecha;4819738
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:thumbsup:Thanks, I think it is not a good buy even if you consider it as single use.
I wonder if you can help me with a notebook from Medion. Details are at http://www.medion.com/ms/aldi/md96888/uk/flashseite.html. It is:
Medion Notebook 10", 160gb hd, 1 gig ram, bluetooth, webcam, etc. for £280.
Does anyone know if this is a good buy? I am not too good with this and don't know if it is a good price and also whether a normal laptop would be aa better choice? Is 10" too small?
Also, do you know of any good deals? I am disabled and want to use if whilst sitting on the living room sofa. Would the wireless access be good enough via my main desktop which is upstairs?
I would really apprecaite any views you 'hotdealers' may have to help me choose the right laptop/notebook.
pg :?!!

I dont know much about notebooks but I do know a 10" screen would be awful to use except for very short durations. £280 sounds a lot too.

Lots of laptop deals on hukd so look for a recent one in your budget with a good temperature.
#12
These are like disposable printers, I might buy 5 for free delivery.
banned#13
hot_top;4820911
These are like disposable printers, I might buy 5 for free delivery.

very green - not!

£50 for printing 250 pages isnt a great deal when a £50 laser printer will print 2000 :whistling:
#14
csiman;4819949
I dont know much about notebooks but I do know a 10" screen would be awful to use except for very short durations. £280 sounds a lot too.

Lots of laptop deals on hukd so look for a recent one in your budget with a good temperature.

Thanks csiman, I will have a look, much appreciated, agree 10" would be far too small.:thumbsup: Rep +

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