Canon Pixma MG2450 Multi-Function Inkjet Printer £21.99 @ Ebuyer
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Canon Pixma MG2450 Multi-Function Inkjet Printer £21.99 @ Ebuyer

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Found 28th Dec 2015
Cheap, as up-to-date drivers, cant argue for the price.
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good buy, not sure prices of the ink though
would also state thats its free delivery
Tesco - the 2950 which adds wifi and usb 3 vs usb 2 connection (not that I'd say you notice any speed differences anyhow!). £29

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Edited by: "cecilmcroberts" 28th Dec 2015
good find op, heat added
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inks … inks herehttp://www.ebuyer.com/store/Consumables/cat/Inkjet-Cartridges?q=Canon+Pixma+MG2450


Would I need to buy all the 99 listed ink carts?
AndyRoyd

Would I need to buy all the 99 listed ink carts?


Of course that's why I put a link to them
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good buy, not sure prices of the ink thoughwould also state thats its … good buy, not sure prices of the ink thoughwould also state thats its free delivery


Beware! I Purchased two Canon printer's approximately 5 years ago from ebuyer when I was registering warranty via Canon website they needed a warranty number etc which ebuyer had not supplied to me, I asked ebuyer for it and they kept making excuses etc ie "you don't need one' I then asked Canon they just said you can't register without the warranty number! So I couldn't make a warranty claim if I ever had problems with printer, luckily I never have, but I will be thinking twice before purchasing from ebuyer again!
BTW anyone know how to get the drivers updated for Windows 10, Canon printer doesn't work with Windows 10 since upgrade?
Pateo

BTW anyone know how to get the drivers updated for Windows 10, Canon … BTW anyone know how to get the drivers updated for Windows 10, Canon printer doesn't work with Windows 10 since upgrade?



I got mine from the Canon site canon.co.uk/sup…ma/

select your model and it will take you to the driver.
Dave_dave69

I got mine from the Canon site … I got mine from the Canon site http://www.canon.co.uk/support/consumer_products/product_ranges/printers/pixma/select your model and it will take you to the driver.


Cheers
Dave_dave69
Careful! Hp ink links for canon printer.
I had a Cannon for 10 odd years, printed discs as well, was bulletproof - till it died.

So it was a choice between Epson and Cannon (ink costs), went for Cannon in the end - bloody awful software, drivers, must have mickey mouse programmers, its slow and buffer gets full, doesnt detect paper in tray and this is after 3 replacements (when brand new), I would strongly avoid and go for Epson.
Bit off topic, but does anyone know of a deal on one with a multisheet scanner?
Since getting my Brother 8250cdn colour laser, I won't touch another ink jet.

Feature rich, fast, reliable, insanely cheap to run (get the refill kit!), great quality text, acceptable pictures, toner is so much more convenient and flexible than ink.

A steal for the ~£50 it was on hukd for, but imo easily worth £100.
scooby555

I had a Cannon for 10 odd years, printed discs as well, was bulletproof - … I had a Cannon for 10 odd years, printed discs as well, was bulletproof - till it died.So it was a choice between Epson and Cannon (ink costs), went for Cannon in the end - bloody awful software, drivers, must have mickey mouse programmers, its slow and buffer gets full, doesnt detect paper in tray and this is after 3 replacements (when brand new), I would strongly avoid and go for Epson.



Your Canon was bulletproof or did you mean Epson ?
My old Canon was bulletproof, new ones are rubbish (I replaced with a new rubbish Canon), even if I dont know how to spell "Canon" lol.
guys ..no doubt these are great printers ...but unless you can get good cheap aftermarket ink cartridges. .steer clear as the replacement cartridges cost more than the printer.
We now use Epson as a great amount of printing..particularly the kids school work... and cheap cartridges always available. ..makes it no brainer ..
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