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The Samsung CLP-365W Colour Laser Printer lets you print wirelessly from smartphones, tablets and other devices in just three simple steps.

Dixons had this at £149.99 but Argos were advertising at £129.99 so ordered it for delivery in-store at Argos. NOW £99.99 so excellent price for replacement for my trusty CLP-300N (note - same price for CLP-365).

Also at John Lewis and Amazon at this price. Cheaper than the non-wireless at these stores.

Only issue was non UK mains lead but I have the kettle plug on my current printer.
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Rich44 1 Like #21
png666
ravylesley
we dont print very often so have a problem with inkjet printers getting blocked would a laser printer have the same problems?

Yes

ffs no, laser printers use toner a powder not ink so there's nothing to dry out and block however they don't print photos as well as an inkjet as long as you're happy with that slight limitation then go for it. I have an Epson BX300F for anything I need inkjety and pay around 80p a cart and a Samsung CLP315W for colour laser printing.

Personally I would avoid the newer Samsungs as they are increasingly harder to get 3rd party carts for as they use security chips in the toner carts so you can't easily refill or use another brand until they're hacked. The 315 you either had to buy new chips or you have to use a modchip on the motherboard.

If it were me i'd look at the Dell 1320 series as they're cheap to buy and the carts are dirt cheap
fishmaster#22
png666
ravylesley
we dont print very often so have a problem with inkjet printers getting blocked would a laser printer have the same problems?

Yes

No, if you don't know don't guess and give people the wrong information! Inkjet and Laser printers work in entirely different ways. Inkjets use liquid ink to spray ink on the page via a print head, it's the nozzles in the print head that get clogged. Lasers use powder known as toner, and this gets heated and fused to the paper, there is no liquid and no nozzles to get clogged. Lasers generally work out cheaper to run, especially for mono printing. Inkjets are better for photo printing but it works out expensive, better to use an online service or go to Boots or a similar shop and print them out yourself on one of their machines.

Whilst not the most reliable place, here's a Wikipedia article clearly explaining Laser printing >

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Laser_printing#Design

and here's one clearly explaining inkjet printing >

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Inkjet_printing

Beats me why anyone would answer a question to which they don't have the correct answer and then guess. Completely useless and misleading.


Edited By: fishmaster on Aug 19, 2012 08:27
gizz_mo#23
Thanks for this, have been after a wireless printer and this seems a good price. If buying from John Lewis do folks think its worth getting the 3 year warranty for £45 or not? Or even Argos extended warranty is up to 3 years for £26.
My Samsung mono laser printer has just packed up but its about 4.5 years old....decisions, decisions....

Edited By: gizz_mo on Aug 19, 2012 10:42: additional information addded
MaximusRo#24
gizz_mo
Thanks for this, have been after a wireless printer and this seems a good price. If buying from John Lewis do folks think its worth getting the 3 year warranty for £45 or not? Or even Argos extended warranty is up to 3 years for £26.My Samsung mono laser printer has just packed up but its about 4.5 years old....decisions, decisions....
I would say that if you read above comments, you should go for the dell, all reasons explained already. Why buy the most expensive one?
horizon-in#25
Just bought the printer...the paper tray not going in fully...does it stays out half way through??? Can someone help
Subotai4banned#26
horizon-in
Just bought the printer...the paper tray not going in fully...does it stays out half way through??? Can someone help
It does stick out a few inches.
earwolfigz#27
that's what she said
horizon-in#28
I think my printer is faulty...When I press power button, no light comes up, only WPS button blinks momemteraly
KERMITZBITZ#29
Rich44
png666
ravylesley
we dont print very often so have a problem with inkjet printers getting blocked would a laser printer have the same problems?

Yes

ffs no, laser printers use toner a powder not ink so there's nothing to dry out and block however they don't print photos as well as an inkjet as long as you're happy with that slight limitation then go for it. I have an Epson BX300F for anything I need inkjety and pay around 80p a cart and a Samsung CLP315W for colour laser printing.

Personally I would avoid the newer Samsungs as they are increasingly harder to get 3rd party carts for as they use security chips in the toner carts so you can't easily refill or use another brand until they're hacked. The 315 you either had to buy new chips or you have to use a modchip on the motherboard.

If it were me i'd look at the Dell 1320 series as they're cheap to buy and the carts are dirt cheap
hi Rich... can you put a link up for a Dell 1320 please as i cant seem to find one... even with using google
Cheers Kerm
KERMITZBITZ#30
Can anyone help at all please?.. Amazon sell the Dell 1320 but they are out of stock.. I've got to get a laser printer as I hardly print anything and my NEW inkjet Epson SW515 has blocked after only using it a few times. Want it to be colour and wireless as well any recommendations would help as well please.. Cheers
KERMITZBITZ#31
I've found the Dell 1350cnw for £121.. Is this any good fellow HUKDers?
fuzzyg#32
When U cluck on link it is actually 89.99 at Argos with free delivery.
sam640#33
Yeah.. can confirm it's now 89.99.

:-)
taffyjock1#34
Any cheap toners for this?

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