Olivetti Any_Way Wireless Photo Plus All in One Printer £59.99 - HotUKDeals
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Half Price Olivetti Any_Way Wireless Photo Plus All in One Printer Was £119.99 NOW £59.99 collection or add £4.95 for delivery...

Features: WiFi 802.11g networking wireless printing, and Bluetooth 1.2 Class 2 wireless printing * Up to 22ppm colour print speed * Up to 24ppm mono print speed * 100 sheet paper capacity * 1200 x 4800dpi resolution * Compatible with: Compact Flash I and II, Multimedia Card, Microdrive, xD Picture Card and Smart Media card * Supports PictBridge * Prints up to A4 size photos in 5 mins * Prints 6 x 4in/10 x 15cm photos in 75 seconds * Prints photos with and without borders * LCD display with a 2.4in tiltable screen and 1-touch image enhancement button

Flatbed scanner: * 1200dpi scan resolution * 24-bit depth

Copier: * Up to 24ppm mono, 22ppm colour copy speed * 25 - 400% reduction and enlargement * PC free copying

Includes photo editing and driver software * USB 2.0 high speed connectivity (USB 1.1 compatible) * Compatible with: * Windows 98SE/ME/2000/XP and Mac 10.2 or later, 128Mb RAM or higher, CD-ROM drive, 500Mb HD space and free USB port * Size (H)19.6, (W)46.2, (D)33.9cm * Weight 7kg.
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#1
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#2
Just bought one today and it is actually the Any_Way Wireless Photo Plus
which is the model up from the Any_Way Wireless Photo.

Was quite easy to set up via my wireless network
#3
These olivetti printers are always on offer at argos, i nearly bought one. Its the ink replacement though its a fortune to replace.

Unless someone has a way of getting them cheaper?
#4
Might want to check out a few reviews before commiting to purchase - speed of print, or rather lack of seems to feature prominently which may be an issue if using primarily for printing photos.

HTH

[COLOR="Red"]Bubba©[/COLOR]
#5
Thanks for the feedback all :) I'll update the title dvd-hacker-man as it's the "plus" version on offer
#6
ive had bad experiences with this printer, couldnt find and install the drivers for it at all even from the cd, it was a fairly old computer though but i dont know if its easy to install normally.

regards

yus786
#7
mercurystar999
These olivetti printers are always on offer at argos, i nearly bought one. Its the ink replacement though its a fortune to replace.

Unless someone has a way of getting them cheaper?


Before buying, check out the price and availabilty on ink for any Olivetti printer, you may get a shock. If you can find somewhere, it is expensive, and IIRC some Olivettis use a single cart for colour and black - ouch!

Just do your research first!!! but a good price for a WiFi printer
#8
I have one of these, and for £60 it's excellent.

Although the ink cost isn't cheap, I seem to be getting more prints out of it per cartridge than my old HP PSC750.

I also found that unlike most other companies, Olivetti ship their printers with FULL retail capacity cartridges, not half empty ones like Lexmark.

Scanning quality is good, copy speed is fast (draft mode on this printer is good for how fast it does it), photo printing on it is rather slow (but for some reason only over USB. Over WiFi it's a bit faster for some reason, and even faster if printing from an SD card.) It may print rather slowly but the results are worth the wait (so long as you've bought a Photo cartridge)

One notable quirk is that it cannot have both WiFi and Bluetooth running at the same time (one wireless chip inside running both protocols), and you have to set that from the control panel.

I'd recommend this to anyone who prints the occasional photo, needs a copier/scanner, and wants to print wirelessly.

Those of you who just have to print every photo you take of your dog/baby/cat/friends/face might want to steer clear and buy something with asburdly cheap ink.
#9
elitom
IIRC some Olivettis use a single cart for colour and black - ouch!


This printer uses Black, Colour, and Photo cartridges, although only Black/Colour and Photo/Colour can be used at the same time. The printer comes with full black and colour cartridges, Photo is optional (but does make photos look better)
#10
Still around... thanks Ray :)
#11
[SIZE=2]bump :)[/SIZE]
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[SIZE=2]Thanks to nokia for the reminder...[/SIZE]

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