Olivetti ANY_WAY Photo 3 in 1 Colour Multifunction (Print / Copy / Scan) £29.99 with full ink carts - HotUKDeals
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Advanced 3 in 1 photo quality printer with high capacity ink cartridges as standard providing economical printing costs on a variety of paper types.

Printer

* Comes with high-capacity(18ml) ink cartridges!
* Photo real 6 colour printing (with optional photo ink cart)
* Built in 1.9" LCD screen to view and select your photos
* Print speed up to 18ppm mono and 13ppm colour
* 4800dpi print resolution
* Borderless printing on all sizes of paper up to A4
* 10 x 15 (4" x 6") printing in full colour in 90 sec.
* USB interface
* Print from digital cameras with direct connection via PictBridge
* Built in memory card reader allows you to print from xD, MMC, CF, SmartMedia, SD cards and Sony Memory Sticks.


Scanner

* Scan at up to 9600dpi
* 24 bit colour and 8 bit grey scale


Copier

* B/W and colour copying mode, also stand-alone mode
* 1200 dpi resolution
* Multiple copies, up to 9 without a PC and up to 99 with PC
* Zoom function 25-400%


General

* Compatible with MS Windows 98 SE, ME, XP, Vista and Mac OSX 10.2 and later
* 12 months warranty
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#1
see they do a wireless one for #10 extra.(not vista compatable at the moment)
#2
My sister got one of these (wireless version) from Argos a few months ago. I think the cartridges are a bit expensive - at the time of purchase I couldn't find anywhere that did cheap third-party ones.
#3
smiggy
My sister got one of these (wireless version) from Argos a few months ago. I think the cartridges are a bit expensive - at the time of purchase I couldn't find anywhere that did cheap third-party ones.


how long ago was that?
#4
I'm after a cheap printer in this price range, are these any good?
What opinions do people have on which is the best printer in this general price area?

Thanks
#5
hondar
I'm after a cheap printer in this price range, are these any good?
What opinions do people have on which is the best printer in this general price area?

Thanks


Look at the price of replacement carts when buying a printer.
#6
If compatible ink carts are not available for this printer, can the original carts be refilled ?
#7
Looking at the cost of a new cartridge is false economy. Look at printing costs per page. I have found in the past that theres little diffrence. Its ok getting a new cartridge for £5 and it only doing 200 pages when a £20 cartridge does 1000 pages.
#8
The cartridges are below the printer on the site and are £22 each and you need 3, Black, colour and photo, so £30 printer £60 replacement cartridges :w00t:

square box
#9
Wadda
Looking at the cost of a new cartridge is false economy. Look at printing costs per page. I have found in the past that theres little diffrence. Its ok getting a new cartridge for £5 and it only doing 200 pages when a £20 cartridge does 1000 pages.


If only that were true !!.
The cost of replacement cartridges IS the major factor.
You can get replacement ink carts for the Brother all-in-ones for under £1 per cartridge. If you think any of the Dells, Lexmarks, Hewlet Packard or Olivettis with £20 ink cartridges print 20 times as many pages per cartridge you are mistaken.

The Brother models are one of the best current buys. Partners stationery stores currently have a Brother all-in-one for £39.99

I am still using my old Epson 670 on compatibles ( now about 8 years old) . The ink carts are only 50p for black and 99p for colour. So don't believe those who say compatible cartidges ruin your printer either.
banned#10
The carts for these are REALLY expensive. If you want a cheap all in one try the Epson DX4400 at eBuyer for £39.99* I think the carts are fairly cheap (in comparison to others!) .

I've recently been testing an Epson DX5050 which uses the same carts and the scan and print quality is excellent. Photo prints go through the ink carts like nobodies business though!



* Just checked and the offer seems to be finished but check around as others might have offers on the DX AIO series. Amazon did these DX5050 for £40 a month or so ago.
#11
I been using compats in my epson for the last 2 yrs, never had any probs with them. Even though they cost under £1 a cart. As i norm buy a pack of 20 cart, £18 is the most i ever paid for them.
#12
All of these printers nowadays are virtually disposable, can't be good for the landfills, Lexmarks are always around £20 for the printer with ink, but the replacement inks are much more than £20 so people just buy the printer again, the whole industry needs a shake up.

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