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6y, 10m agoPosted 6 years, 10 months ago
hi please could u help me am after a printer for home office, so printing pics and some office stuff, but i would like to be able to do leaflets (both sides) not 1000s but maybe 2/300 at time and different things that. there is this deal that i know about http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/570261/hp-officejet-pro-8500-wireless-all- what do u think about this help needed please im clueless on printers,thanks regards roboticus
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6y, 10m agoPosted 6 years, 10 months ago
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A colour printer
[helper]#3
The problem with inkjets is that they can be very costly to run. The pcpro website gives costs per colour page for printers and for the HP they quote 3.6p for a colour A4 page (which is pretty good for an inkjet). If you compare this to their recommended business laser printer - the cost is 1.1p for a colour A4 page.
http://www.pcpro.co.uk/reviews/printers/156378/lexmark-c780n/specifications

So you will need to do some calculations based on how many lealfets you might want to do over a 3 or 5 year period and work out which is going to be cheaper in the long run.
#4
To be honest, if you are knocking out that many, depending on the page coverage even a £200 laser printer will need new toners each time u print that many. Unless you buy a printer which is made for printing high volumes.

The HP is a nice printer, if you are going down the inkjet route, the HP business type printer is the one I would go for, nice big carts.

But a laser printer is where I would aim for if you are doing this much printing. Expect to spend up to £1000 to get one which wont cost an arm and leg to run printing these sorts of numbers.
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gari189
The problem with inkjets is that they can be very costly to run. The pcpro website gives costs per colour page for printers and for the HP they quote 3.6p for a colour A4 page (which is pretty good for an inkjet). If you compare this to their recommended business laser printer - the cost is 1.1p for a colour A4 page.
http://www.pcpro.co.uk/reviews/printers/156378/lexmark-c780n/specifications

So you will need to do some calculations based on how many lealfets you might want to do over a 3 or 5 year period and work out which is going to be cheaper in the long run.


Also, just incase some people say otherwise. Lexmark laser printers are excellent. Used in alot of banks and retail companies around the world. Unlike the inkjets which are pants.
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I had a lexmark inkjet and you're right it was pants - so I gave it to my father in law :)

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