Brother HL 4150CDN Network COLOUR Laser Printer from VIKING at 107.92 (-7% Cashback)
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Brother HL 4150CDN Network COLOUR Laser Printer from VIKING at 107.92 (-7% Cashback)

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Found 24th Sep 2013
The important bits:

Original Price: £174.00 - 10% Using Voucher + 20% VAT - £80 - 7% Cashback

-use voucher BACKTO10 (as highlighted in the previous HL2250 mono).

-TopCashBack gives 7%

-PLUS, if you buy before 30/09, you can claim £80 or extend your warranty to 3years from Brother thru:
brother.co.uk/g3.…ons

You will need to have purchased before 30/09 and you have 28days to register the printer on Brother's website then either FAX the invoice or post it to claim your £80 (or additional 2 yrs warranty)

OH, and reviews are positive everywhere!
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The bla bla:
-Feature packed colour laser printer ideal for 1 to 5 users
-High speed 24ppm mono and colour printing
-Save paper with double-sided printing as standard
-First page out in less than 16 seconds
-Extra flexibility with network connectivity making sharing easy
-Easy to install and cost effective individual supplies
-Built-in LCD screen allows PIN protected secure printing
-Increase efficiency with the direct print via the USB Host port
-Large 250 sheet tray and 50 sheet multi purpose tray
-Boost paper capacity to 800 sheets with the 500 sheet optional tray
-Reduce cost with longer lasting high yield toners
-Added peace of mind with free 12-month warranty and lifetime technical support
-Green and clean technology that meets Energy Star, Blue Angel & Nordic Swan environmental standards

9 Comments

Banned

if you planning do some color printing at full resolution, you will need to buy additional RAM memory. 256mb should be ok, because this one got 32mb.
P.S. Expandable up to 384MB, using industry standard 1 x DDR2 (144 PIN) slot.
But photo quality isn't that great tbh.

Power Consumption Stand by / Sleep 70 Watt - Don`t forget to switch it off as well.
Edited by: "artcheezzz" 24th Sep 2013

Original Poster

artcheezzz

if you planning do some color printing at full resolution, you will need … if you planning do some color printing at full resolution, you will need to buy additional RAM memory. 256mb should be ok, because this one got 32mb.P.S. Expandable up to 384MB, using industry standard 1 x DDR2 (144 PIN) slot.But photo quality isn't that great tbh.Power Consumption Stand by / Sleep 70 Watt - Don`t forget to switch it off as well.


Thanks for the info. will check it out...

Who do I have to ask nicely to get this offer in the Republic of Ireland?

Original Poster

TopCashBack tracked at £12.30

wnofal

TopCashBack tracked at £12.30



Stop rubbin it in

artcheezzz

if you planning do some color printing at full resolution, you will need … if you planning do some color printing at full resolution, you will need to buy additional RAM memory. 256mb should be ok, because this one got 32mb.P.S. Expandable up to 384MB, using industry standard 1 x DDR2 (144 PIN) slot.But photo quality isn't that great tbh.Power Consumption Stand by / Sleep 70 Watt - Don`t forget to switch it off as well.



It's 128mb, not 32. Unless you happen to have a 352mb stick of ram?
Edited by: "nublets2k" 25th Sep 2013

Original Poster

bushedmills

Stop rubbin it in


give me a good reason why :-P

artcheezzz

...Power Consumption Stand by / Sleep 70 Watt - Don`t forget to switch … ...Power Consumption Stand by / Sleep 70 Watt - Don`t forget to switch it off as well.



That figure is a factor of 10 out! Actual values are:
Sleep Less Than 7 Watts
Deep sleep Less Than 0.9 Watts

so no need to switch if off. I have one, it goes into Deep Sleep mode after around 5 minutes of inactivity.

artcheezzz

if you planning do some color printing at full resolution, you will need … if you planning do some color printing at full resolution, you will need to buy additional RAM memory. 256mb should be ok, because this one got 32mb.P.S. Expandable up to 384MB, using industry standard 1 x DDR2 (144 PIN) slot.But photo quality isn't that great tbh.Power Consumption Stand by / Sleep 70 Watt - Don`t forget to switch it off as well.



I own this printer and fairly certain those aren't the power figures I read.

The brother website quotes

Operating Less Than 560 WattsReady Less Than 65 WattsSleep Less Than 7 … Operating Less Than 560 WattsReady Less Than 65 WattsSleep Less Than 7 WattsDeep sleep Less Than 0.9 Watts

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