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The recently released Brother DCP130c Printer/Scanner/Copier is reduced to £59.99 in store or delivered for an additional £4.95. What makes this deal even better is if you go to:

http://www.brother.co.uk/g3.cfm/s_page/77630

and enter EM0002 in the code box (for a purchase made before 31/12/07) you can choose a free extra 2 years onsite warranty, making 3 years onsite in total. You could alternatively choose a Pen drive or a Handheld Label Printer.

Compatable inks are around £10 for a full set on eBay and other sites making this a good value printer to buy and run for at least 3 years! Ive had an all in one for 18 months and it has been flawless and very cheap to keep and I highly recommend them.

* Up to 20ppm colour print speed * Up to 25ppm mono print speed * 100 sheet paper capacity * 6000 x 1200dpi resolution

Compatible with: Compact Flash® (type I only), Memory Stick® (Duo with adaptor), Memory Stick Pro, Secure Digital Card, (Mini SD with adaptor. MultiMediaCard, xD-Picture Card conventional card, xD-Picture Card Type M, xD-Picture Card Type H * Supports PictBridge

* Prints 6 x 4, 7 x 5 and A4 photos * Prints photos with and without borders * LCD display *

Flatbed scanner: * 600 x 2400dpi scan resolution * 36-bit depth.

Copier: * Up to 18ppm copy speed * 25 - 400% reduction and enlargement * PC free copying * Software included: SYSTRAN Web Translator 5.0 and * USB 2.0 connectivity

Compatible with: * Windows® 98SE/ME/2000/XP: Pentium III 500MHz or higher, 128Mb RAM or higher, 160Mb HD space, 500Mb HD space during installation, Internet Explorer 6.0 or * Mac® OSX 10.2.4 or greater (includes auto installer program
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#1
Looks a good deal to me :) Thanks for the pointer!
#2
http://www.argos.co.uk/wcsstore/argos/images/91-6702711A67UC325166X.jpg
#3
Any idea how big the menory stick is?
#4
wacko911
Any idea how big the menory stick is?

You would need to register a product fully to get to the page where you seleect which Freebie you want so I cant confirm the size of the USB Memory stick they are giving away, sorry. My guess is that it would not be big by todays sizes and that the free additional 2 year warranty would be the best offer to take.

Here is a list of the models this offer applies to:

DCP-115C, DCP-120C, DCP-130C, DCP-330C, DCP-340CW, DCP-540CN, DCP-750CW, MFC-215C, MFC-240C,
MFC-440CN, MFC-640CW, MFC-660CN, MFC-820CW, MFC-845CW, MFC-3240C, MFC-3360C, MFC-5440CN,
MFC-5460CN, MFC-5840CN, MFC-5860CN


As an alternative the MFC240C which has the same specs and about the same footprint, but with the addition of a Sheet Feeder and a built in Fax, is also available from Argos for £20 more at £79.99. PCWorld are charging £119 for the same model. Reviews HERE

http://www.argos.co.uk/wcsstore/argos/images/91-6702759A67UC325178X.jpg

This takes the same ink cartridges as the 130C. The ink required is cartridge numbers:

[FONT=Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif][SIZE=2][SIZE=5]LC1000B: BLACK[/SIZE][/SIZE][/FONT]
[FONT=Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif][SIZE=2][SIZE=5]LC1000C: [COLOR=blue]CYAN[/COLOR][/SIZE][/SIZE][/FONT]
[FONT=Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif][SIZE=2][FONT=arial][SIZE=5]LC1000M: [COLOR=red]MAGENTA[/COLOR][/SIZE][/FONT][/SIZE][/FONT]
[FONT=Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif][SIZE=2][SIZE=5]LC1000Y: [COLOR=yellow]YELLOW[/COLOR][/SIZE][/SIZE][/FONT]


Just added these pics as the one on the Argos site looks a little cartoon like:

http://images.tigerdirect.com/SkuImages/gallery/large/B50-MFC240C-a.JPG
http://images.tigerdirect.com/SkuImages/gallery/large/B50-MFC240C-c.JPG
http://images.tigerdirect.com/SkuImages/gallery/large/B50-MFC240C-g.JPG

Finally, Vista drivers are available for download for both models from Brothers' website.

Kev
#5
Guys -

I saw these in my local Tesco (Southend) on Clearance for £39.97 :w00t:

And they had at least 3 boxed out on the shop floor. :-D Might be worth checking in your local store for these!!!!!!
#6
The Tesco model is the 115C.. Its a similar spec.

This ( the 115C ) is cheaper to run as the compatible ink cartridges are much cheaper ( £1.77 each delivered from choicestationary - or even cheaper if you search)
#7
Think the 115 has a lower printing resolution than the newer 130. Also the 115s in Tesco are a bit thin on the ground, however the free extended onsite warranty offer will still apply if you can find one!

The compatables for the 115 are only about £1 (or about £4-£5 per set) cheaper. This is because the 130C is a new model and not all stockists have compatables yet though they are coming through to more suppliers all the time. Still far cheaper than HP!
#8
A very good deal, I have the much earlier 110C, very impressed with all its features, great text/photo printing and photo copying, scanning is just a bit slow.

Ink lasts well and generic cartridges are cheap, Brother seem to make some excellent products.
#9
I have been looking for a MFD as my K60 Officejet is getting a bit long in the tooth, so I went and got one this morning 24th Feb, got to say it's great the print quality is terrific, so well pleased, but as normal no USB cable so using the K60's cable.
Well done guys.
#10
Gazmaz
I have been looking for a MFD as my K60 Officejet is getting a bit long in the tooth, so I went and got one this morning 24th Feb, got to say it's great the print quality is terrific, so well pleased, but as normal no USB cable so using the K60's cable.
Well done guys.


Cheers Gazmaz. Which model did you get? The 130c or 240C?

Kev
#11
this looks lovely, does anyone have this, whats it like?

I have the 115c and I love it, it is the best all-in-one I have had, (as compared to previously a lexmark and a canon). Photos print out with a lovely natural tone to them, its great and it looks very similar to the piccy of this updated printer. Same buttons and design practically so what is the difference anyone know?
#12
This sounds like a very good deal, my only concern are the ink cartridges, So far I've had an epson and a canon which I brought mainly based on the cheap compatible ink cartridges on offer, well I tried both choice stationary cartridges and also inkrite but if I dont use it for a week or 2 the head just dries up and never clears, colour prints never print right after that with faint lines appearing on the printouts, hence after all that hassle I was going to buy an HP as the print head is built into the cartridge, but this offer is very tempting, not sure what to do now!.
Has anyone had this or a similar printer?, if so any feedback on compatible inks would be appreciated :).

Thanks
#13
And just to add to the confusion / choice Misco are doing a Brother all in one multi function (inc. fax) networked printer for just over £103.39 inc VAT (and almost £5 cashback from Quidco) delivered, and its qualifies for the 3 year warranty.

[COLOR="Red"]So thats fax and networked printing / scanning / faxing / and card reader all for potentially less than £100 with 3 year warranty[/COLOR] :-)

see here

http://www.misco.co.uk/applications/searchtools/item-Details.asp?EdpNo=193578&sku=99985

http://img.misco.co.uk/images/uploadedimages/Gallery/large/193578-006.jpg
http://img.misco.co.uk/images/uploadedimages/Gallery/large/193578-001.jpg

and I know you can get a set of carts from reputable ebay sellers for less than £10.

hth :-)

EliTom
#14
CorpJones
This sounds like a very good deal, my only concern are the ink cartridges, So far I've had an epson and a canon which I brought mainly based on the cheap compatible ink cartridges on offer, well I tried both choice stationary cartridges and also inkrite but if I dont use it for a week or 2 the head just dries up and never clears, colour prints never print right after that with faint lines appearing on the printouts, hence after all that hassle I was going to buy an HP as the print head is built into the cartridge, but this offer is very tempting, not sure what to do now!.
Has anyone had this or a similar printer?, if so any feedback on compatible inks would be appreciated :).

Thanks


Ive been using Choice Stationary compatables on my Brother all in one for over 18 months and havnt had a single issue with blockages and the quality as far as I can see is the same as the originals.
#15
icefall
this looks lovely, does anyone have this, whats it like?

I have the 115c and I love it, it is the best all-in-one I have had, (as compared to previously a lexmark and a canon). Photos print out with a lovely natural tone to them, its great and it looks very similar to the piccy of this updated printer. Same buttons and design practically so what is the difference anyone know?


icefall, after posting so much about this I decided to go for the MFC-240C today to replace my DCP110c.

Very similar menus on the device and onscreen. Simple to install. I chose this over the 130C because of the fax facility and Im very impressed. Its a full featured fax which has loads of set up options. I really like the facility to change cartridges with the little pull down flap rather than having to go into the machine.

Printing speed is definately better than the 110C and it looks a little less bland too. Just registered for the free 3 year onsite warranty too. So far very pleased.
#16
Thanks for the reply
How often do you print in colour, maybe the problem is I dont print often enough, just thinking if the HP would be best for my needs because of the ink head thing.

kevinyork
Ive been using Choice Stationary compatables on my Brother all in one for over 18 months and havnt had a single issue with blockages and the quality as far as I can see is the same as the originals.
#17
CorpJones
Thanks for the reply
How often do you print in colour, maybe the problem is I dont print often enough, just thinking if the HP would be best for my needs because of the ink head thing.


Probably use Colour once or twice a week, otherwise only Black. Whilst HP may have heads on the cartridges they dont half make you pay for that privilege though. You could always run the Brother head cleaning utility after a few days to keep the heads unblocked although this does use a bit of ink.
#18
CorpJones
Thanks for the reply
How often do you print in colour, maybe the problem is I dont print often enough, just thinking if the HP would be best for my needs because of the ink head thing.


I have a Brother MFC-210C and have used compatable ink for 2 years now and never had a problem with head blocking. It is used maybe 3-4 times a week, so not heavy use. I always change all the carts at once because Broter have this strange concect that once one colour is empty, the printer reverts to black and white until you change the empty colour. But as a set of carts is only £9 delivered, it not such a bad thing and a set of carts last me well over six months.

Hence the reason I think I will actually go for the MFC 5840CN from Misco as it uses the same carts as the 210C, so a known concept, but I get sheet feeding, much much bigger and more robust paper tray and networked scanning!

hth

EliTom
#19
Has anyone bought any of these? If so could I ask which one and what you thought of it? Is the Misco offer for an older spec which has been replaced? Thanks.
#20
sheffix
Has anyone bought any of these? If so could I ask which one and what you thought of it? Is the Misco offer for an older spec which has been replaced? Thanks.


Sheffix, I gt the MFC-240C as per my post above:

"......after posting so much about this I decided to go for the MFC-240C today to replace my DCP110c.

Very similar menus on the device and onscreen. Simple to install. I chose this over the 130C because of the fax facility and Im very impressed. Its a full featured fax which has loads of set up options. I really like the facility to change cartridges with the little pull down flap rather than having to go into the machine.

Printing speed is definately better than the 110C and it looks a little less bland too. Just registered for the free 3 year onsite warranty too. So far very pleased."
#21
Thanks for replying, I did read your post but meant to ask if anyone else had got one so as to get wider views especially on the Misco one and the cheaper Argos one. Does the MFC-240C have an ethernet connection?
#22
sheffix
Thanks for replying, I did read your post but meant to ask if anyone else had got one so as to get wider views especially on the Misco one and the cheaper Argos one. Does the MFC-240C have an ethernet connection?


Hi

No the 240C does not have network capabilities. I didnt need that function so went for the much more compact 240C over the rather larger Misco one.

Kev
#23
sheffix
Thanks for replying, I did read your post but meant to ask if anyone else had got one so as to get wider views especially on the Misco one and the cheaper Argos one. Does the MFC-240C have an ethernet connection?


No MFC-240C does not have networking capability.

As Kev said, the Misco MFC5840CN is a bit bigger, but certainly uses cheaper ink and is definitely network ready. It looks like a more substantial bit of kit.

Ordered mine yesterday on 3 day delivery, which made the price less than £100 if you take quidco into account.

Tracked on quidco within the hour and Misco emailed my the CityLink tracking number within 3 hours - can't be bad.

So I will let you know how it fairs up tomorrow when I get it :-)
#24
sheffix
Has anyone bought any of these? If so could I ask which one and what you thought of it? Is the Misco offer for an older spec which has been replaced? Thanks.


The Misco model has been replaced by the newer MFC5860.
#25
elitom
No MFC-240C does not have networking capability.

As Kev said, the Misco MFC5840CN is a bit bigger, but certainly uses cheaper ink and is definitely network ready. It looks like a more substantial bit of kit.

Ordered mine yesterday on 3 day delivery, which made the price less than £100 if you take quidco into account.

Tracked on quidco within the hour and Misco emailed my the CityLink tracking number within 3 hours - can't be bad.

So I will let you know how it fairs up tomorrow when I get it :-)


Ive found ink for the DCP130C, MFC440C and the replacement model for the MFC5840, now called the MFC5860, for as little as £1.49 per cartridge from inkcredible.co.uk. This is actually cheaper than the ink I was buying for my older DCP110C and I thought that was cheap.
1 Like #26
kevinyork
The Misco model has been replaced by the newer MFC5860.



thats true, but the 5860 is just a restyled 5840, the internal spec are very similar, like the scanner engine and fax engine. They just use a different cart.

Got my %840 this morning an very impressed

Not the fastest or highest quality printer, but for about £100 shipped its one hell of a good small office workhorse, with etworked scanning faxing and printing:thumbsup:
#27
Thank for that..... I am looking for an All-in-One, but it has to have a Fax function on it.

I think I will go with this one unless I find something cheaper :)

elitom
And just to add to the confusion / choice Misco are doing a Brother all in one multi function (inc. fax) networked printer for just over £103.39 inc VAT (and almost £5 cashback from Quidco) delivered, and its qualifies for the 3 year warranty.

[COLOR="Red"]So thats fax and networked printing / scanning / faxing / and card reader all for potentially less than £100 with 3 year warranty[/COLOR] :-)

see here

http://www.misco.co.uk/applications/searchtools/item-Details.asp?EdpNo=193578&sku=99985

http://img.misco.co.uk/images/uploadedimages/Gallery/large/193578-006.jpg
http://img.misco.co.uk/images/uploadedimages/Gallery/large/193578-001.jpg

and I know you can get a set of carts from reputable ebay sellers for less than £10.

hth :-)

EliTom
#28
Am I being a bit dim, but it seems to me that an extended warranty would be a waste if, like most members here, you will be using non-official cartridges. Surely that would would void any warranty Brother would offer?

If this isn't the case, please enlighten me.

Also, is the DCP130 worth the £20 more that Argos are charging over the DCP115?

Many thanks
#29
kippax1966
Am I being a bit dim, but it seems to me that an extended warranty would be a waste if, like most members here, you will be using non-official cartridges. Surely that would would void any warranty Brother would offer?

If this isn't the case, please enlighten me.

Also, is the DCP130 worth the £20 more that Argos are charging over the DCP115?

Many thanks


I always keep my original cartridges (taken out just before going empty) in case I need to re-insert them should a warranty claim be needed.

The DCP130C is basically an updated DCP115, its their newer range. They dont make the DCP115 anymore. It will come down to looks for a lot of people though they will both do the same job.
#30
wacko911
Any idea how big the menory stick is?


Just bought and installed the 115c.

I can confirm, the free gifts on offer when you register are:

Free PT-1000 label printer
OR
Free extended warranty (an additional two years)
OR
256 MB Flash USB Stick
#31
Bought the 115c last week and had the free label device delivered today
#32
Expired:/
#33
Strange that 8 years and 4 months later.

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