Lexmark X7675 WIRELESS AIO (Printer, Copier, Scanner & Fax) £63.99 Delivered @ PCWorld - HotUKDeals
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Seen this at just £63.99 delivered from both PCworld and Dixons, but most places charge well over double that, with its rrp seemingly in the region of £240.

Next closest is Amazon, who have it on offer from £244.67 to £79.99.

Insight sell it for £250.69, Printerland £120.75 and Catridge Monkey £269.30.

Gotta be a bargain at this price for a wireless printer?!
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#2
5 year warranty as standard!!!:)
#3
are their ink expensive?
#4
im looking for a wireless printer, this could be the one, anyone have one of these? What are they like, recomended?
#5
Ditto ^

I'be been after one as well....not too bothered if it is wireless but still if it's a good price and if the ink is cheap....why not?

Need to find out about the ink before I jump in! lol
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irshybar
im looking for a wireless printer, this could be the one, anyone have one of these? What are they like, recomended?


Had two before. Don't use them for printing as carts are pricey, for me anyway. I use it as a scanner, fax machine. Brillant for scanning documents to adobe reader to archive them, saves keeping tons of paper around the place. Good for scanning receipts, never know when you might need to claim on them.
#7
just bought one from dixons thanks!

2.5% quidco
#8
the 5 year warranty swung it for me
#9
wiltonson
are their ink expensive?


cheaper to buy a new printer than to buy the official replacement ones Clicky

good price though for the printer
#10
Just ordered one, gets very good reviews. Thanks.
#11
skybooks


You obviously didnt read the OP :thumbsup:
banned#12
its a lexmark - enough said really.

AVOID!
#13
csiman;6700925
its a lexmark - enough said really.

AVOID!


Agreed - I can't believe people don't know that already, it has been said often enough! :x
#14
Are lexmark really that bad??? Never had one myself!

I know inks can be very expensive for most inkjets, but there are always compatible and refill options which decimate the cost.
banned#15
BorisTheSpider;6715272
Are lexmark really that bad??? Never had one myself!

I know inks can be very expensive for most inkjets, but there are always compatible and refill options which decimate the cost.

my lexmark carts cost about £18 each and printed around 30 pages each! refills didnt work properly and blocked up the carts.

after spending £100+ on ink in a year, bought a mono laser printer 2 years ago for £40 which must have done 1000 pages and still half full

lexmark - about 80p per page :w00t:

laser - about 1p per page!
#16
csiman;6715421
my lexmark carts cost about £18 each and printed around 30 pages each! refills didnt work properly and blocked up the carts.

after spending £100+ on ink in a year, bought a mono laser printer 2 years ago for £40 which must have done 1000 pages and still half full

lexmark - about 80p per page :w00t:

laser - about 1p per page!


As an urgent buy I have JUST an hour ago bought anew printer - a HP C4580 wireless multifunction for 55 quid - now I have a funny feeling I am going to regret it (ink cost too!), but what else can you do when you need one TODAY without spending a too huge sum?! :-(
banned#17
nihcaj;6716521
As an urgent buy I have JUST an hour ago bought anew printer - a HP C4580 wireless multifunction for 55 quid - now I have a funny feeling I am going to regret it (ink cost too!), but what else can you do when you need one TODAY without spending a too huge sum?! :-(

get a laser printer (brother hl-2030) for £50 if you dont need colour

1000 pages and still half a cart left :w00t:
#18
csiman;6717068
get a laser printer (brother hl-2030) for £50 if you dont need colour

1000 pages and still half a cart left :w00t:


I agree, but I do need colour, and the space I have for it is SO tight, it has to be multifunction. Thankfully I use it only intermittently, so ink shouldn't be too big an issue, but it is ALL a rip off! :-(
My Brother inkjet dried up, like all do with integral heads, so went for HP as they have the heads in the cartridge, so replace the carts and the head go too!

This one was a pig to set up (on a Vista machine) went on W7 a doodle though, and it works very well, but the ink cart is TINY!
banned#19
nihcaj;6719752
I agree, but I do need colour, and the space I have for it is SO tight, it has to be multifunction. Thankfully I use it only intermittently, so ink shouldn't be too big an issue, but it is ALL a rip off! :-(
My Brother inkjet dried up, like all do with integral heads, so went for HP as they have the heads in the cartridge, so replace the carts and the head go too!

This one was a pig to set up (on a Vista machine) went on W7 a doodle though, and it works very well, but the ink cart is TINY!

be nice if there was a table somehwre showing cost per page per printer


It amazes me how many people buy a lexmark and then moan when they realise it costs a fortune to run.

you wouldnt buy a car without checking its MPG. A lexmark would do about 1mpg if it was a car :-D
#20
csiman;6721389
be nice if there was a table somehwre showing cost per page per printer

It amazes me how many people buy a lexmark and then moan when they realise it costs a fortune to run.

you wouldnt buy a car without checking its MPG. A lexmark would do about 1mpg if it was a car :-D


You would think one or other of the manufacturers would be doing the comparisons and shouting about them, but they don't shout much at all!

Kodak are the latest movers in the inkjet market, trading on how cheap they are to run, but I notice they haven't made a lot of effort to illustrate what they mean by "cheap," the carts are dear enough from what I see, add to that the reviews on the printers ae APPALLING!
#21
"Running costs using the two high-yield cartridges come out at 4.8p per page for black and 8.76p for colour, using ISO yield figures. Both of these are reasonable for a machine at this price, though the black print price is considerably higher than from even a budget laser printer."

Taken from http://www.trustedreviews.com/printers/review/2009/05/12/Lexmark-X7675---Inkjet-All-in-One-Printer/p2

Seems to be inline with other reviews i've read. BTW trustedreviews and a few other sites do give cost per page figures now. The only problem is finding a site that has reviewed all the printers you're interested in, as otherwise you can't ensure cost per page figures are consistant.

I ended up getting the HP 8500 Pro Wireless from Amazon for £178. They were doing a £60 rebate (and 3 year warranty upgrade) which after claiming the VAT back means it works out at £94. The costs on the 8500 are more inline with SOHO colour laser MFP/AIO's, but you're also paying more for it so it really depends how much you print.

To be honest it can't perform much worse then the Samsung Colour laser MFP its replacing. It was unreliable from day one and chewed through consumables. IMO if you can't afford the mid size colour lasers, don't bother.

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