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Samsung digital photo printer SPP 2020 £5.00

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8y, 8m agoFound 8 years, 8 months ago
Found a great little deal in tesco's in-store dont know if they are available elsewhere in the country. I found a samsung digital photo printer 2020 for £5.00

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amsung Digital Photo Printer SPP-2020

* Direct phto prints from PictBridge supported cameras, camera phones, digital camcorders.
* High Speed data communication thru USB 2.0 from PC
* Up to 60 seconds high speed printing in 4x6" Photo
* Bluetooth Option

Minimum system requirements

* Windows 98/ME: Pentium2 400 MHz, 64 MB RAM, 500 MB HD, IE 5.5
* Windows 2000/XP: Pentium3 1 GHz, 128 MB Ram, 1GB HD, IE 5.5
* Mac OS 10.3: PowerPC G3/G4/G5, 128 MB RAM, 200 MB HD
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#1
expired?
#2
golo83
expired?


Its in store Golo83 so its firmly whilst stocks last.
#3
anyone know how to check stock of a local store?
#4
amzmalhotra
anyone know how to check stock of a local store?


help yourself to a CS till and ask for stock update. :)
#5
These are around 35 on eBay... Nice find
#6
£5 are you joshing?
#7
cheep, with a big BUT ink and special photo paper sell around £35.00

http://www.digital-cameras.com/xpp-samsung_spp_2020_2040_paper_ink_set_120.html

which brings the cost of using it queit high i would say. :x
#8
Review, note that is 3 years old nearly

http://www.itreviews.co.uk/hardware/h793.htm
#9
deadduck_145
£5 are you joshing?


nope

http://img225.imageshack.us/img225/466/recepitnf6.jpg

I have tried it out and it works like a chart took me 10 mins to set up and looked for cartridges on ebay under a tenner . Also works with non samsung paper with no problems .
#10
What store was this at Damster, and does anyone know if its country-wide?
1 Like #11
It was the Swansea Marina Branch Mark
#12
I have had the printer for about 2 years and it is very good quality I'd say - it is a dye sublimation printer and whilst the media (paper and ink ribbon) are not the cheapest the quality of pictures is virtually indistinguishable from pictures you get from, say, photobox. I use mine occasionally to make a print for a family member (being a non-inkjet printer, you can leave it months unused and the ribbon wont dry out like it would on a standard inkjet).

Mine came with a samsung bluetooth USb module which plugged into the printer, and allows remote bluetooth printing to the printer, from a mobile phone.

Highly recommended at this price!
#13
I bought one of these off ebay last years for my brothers birthday - was about £24 and he loved it more than the other £100 of stuff I bough him. Nice quality prints he tells me but it uses a ribbon and it costs more to replace than it does to buy a new one..... just buy 5 of them - problem solved!
1 Like #14
Agreed. At £5 you may as well buy the lot up, even if it only has a starter ribbon.

Hot, anyway. Well done, you.
#15
none in tesco,costorphine edinburgh :(
still a hot deal though if you can find one :)
#16
on average, how many pictures can a ribbon (not starter ribbon) print?
#17
got one of theses printers couple years ago, the pics are good for family albums and that...
#18
duckling
on average, how many pictures can a ribbon (not starter ribbon) print?


The ribbon is actually a cartridge that contains the paper and print film/ribbon. A bit like those used in Polaroid cameras.

The prints are good quality but expensive, working out around 30p to 40p a print. You have to buy the makers own brand but this is most likely a Sagem badged as Samsung. Aldi sell similar ones.

Of the dye sublimation photo printers, Canon has the cheapest refills £9.99 for 30 sheets.
#19
thanks scattycat.
#20
did anyone manage to find one?
#21
none in my local store....
#22
Forget the printer. Embrace that compost, bredren!



(Can anyone claim to have resisted the temptation to read the rest of the receipt?)

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