Lexmark X4650 wireless all in one printer £56.21 was £126.51 @ tesco direct - HotUKDeals
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Accessories Included One colour cartridge, one black cartridge, installation software (on CD Rom), power supply and line cord.
Borderless Printing Yes
Brand Lexmark
Built in Card Reader 9in1
Built in LCD Screen No
Compatible Cartridges Black 36, 36XL High Yield; Colour 37, 37XL High Yield; Photo 31
Compatible With Microsoft Windows 2000, XP, XP Professional x64, Vista Apple Mac OS x(10.4.4 -10.4 x Intel), OS X (10.3.x-10.4.x Power PC)
Copy Speed 20ppm
Direct Print Yes
Fax No
Features of Product Print photos direct from memory cards or cameras, scan and copy in excellent quality and from a sleek black design
Maximum Print Size A4
Maximum Resolution Horizontal 1200
Maximum Resolution Vertical 4800
Pages Per Minute - Black 24
Pages Per Minute - Colour 18
Paper Tray Capacity 100
Printer Type All in one
Product Depth 17.5
Product Height 45.9
Product Weight 5.44
Product Width 33
Quantity Ink Cartridge 2
Scanning Resolution in DPI 600 x 1200 dpi
USB Interface Yes
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Not voted either way, but being a Lexmark no doubt horrendously expensive when it comes to buying ink cartridges.
or £57.19 at Argos for pick up
or £57.19 at Argos for pick up

you can get ir delivered to store for free so still cheaper!
Bought one from Morrisons a few weeks ago for about £60 mainly for wireless functionality. Set-up to wireless was easy. Only used it for text document printing so far which is good.

Scans documents only as single page on flatbed, but returns it wirelessly to my PC and laptop. The software that manages this works well.

Only downside so far is that it stalls when printing 'large' documents wirelessly (eg, 15 page coloured Powerpoint document), but works fine when hooked with a cable. Aslo, the tray for receiving the printed document has to be pulled out from the front to catch the documents which nearly doubles the footprint of the printer on the desk.

In all, for the price, it does the job for me.
Very expensive cartridges, therefore not a worthwhile investment even if the printer seems cheap.
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