Canon PIXMA MG3150 All-in-One Wi-Fi Printer - Black @ Argos £34.99 delivered
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Canon PIXMA MG3150 All-in-One Wi-Fi Printer - Black @ Argos £34.99 delivered

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Found 15th Jan 2014
Decent wireless printer by the looks of it!

Prints duplex (double sided).
Cartridges are around £13-£15 I think.
Prints, copies and scans!

Full specs below:-

Product description / spec

The Canon PIXMA MG3150 is a compact, stylish All-In-One with Auto Duplex Print &Wi-Fi. It offers fast and efficient high quality prints, copies and scans. With easy-to-use FastFront, replacing ink and paper is simple.

Printer:

Compatible with PC and Mac.
A4 print speed - black text: 9ppm (pages per minute).
A4 print speed - colour text: 5ppm (pages per minute).
Up to 4800 x 1200dpi print resolution.
Double sided (duplex) printing.
100 sheet paper capacity.
Uses 2 ink cartridges.
Scanner and copier:

1200 x 2400dpi optical resolution.
USB port.
Connectivity:

USB .
Wireless/WiFi enabled.
Apple AirPrint.
General information:

Photo editing software included.
Weight 5.5kg.
Size H15.2, W44.9, D30.4cm.
EAN: 4960999784908.

****You may receive a substitute of similar specification.*****

Unsure of what above model is similar.....

30 Comments

nice find

Do you know if you can use other cartridges or does it have to be certain ones?

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MichITR

Do you know if you can use other cartridges or does it have to be certain … Do you know if you can use other cartridges or does it have to be certain ones?



Canon PG-540 Black has a page yield of 180.
Canon CL-541 Colour has a page yield of 180.
Canon PG-540XL Black has a page yield of 600.
Canon CL-541XL Colour has a page yield of 600.

I think these are the above cartridges and yield.

Taylor1892

Canon PG-540 Black has a page yield of 180.Canon CL-541 Colour has a page … Canon PG-540 Black has a page yield of 180.Canon CL-541 Colour has a page yield of 180.Canon PG-540XL Black has a page yield of 600.Canon CL-541XL Colour has a page yield of 600.Thank you for your help :)I think these are the above cartridges and yield.

Good price, **** printer, alignment ruins after a couple of prints and doesn't take paper properly

We got this from Tesco last week for £34.50, price irrelevant, it appears to be a good printer.

I want a white one, but they only do red or black

Banned

Very good printer. Unlike EPSON printers forcing you to update ink even if you have ink left.
Canon Printers even if ink is getting low a message will appear if you want to continue printing.

EPSON are greedy idiots! Stupid
CEO needs to step down.

iMIAHi

Very good printer. Unlike EPSON printers forcing you to update ink even … Very good printer. Unlike EPSON printers forcing you to update ink even if you have ink left.Canon Printers even if ink is getting low a message will appear if you want to continue printing.EPSON are greedy idiots! StupidCEO needs to step down.



When you pay 50p a cartridge, does it really matter

iMIAHi

Very good printer. Unlike EPSON printers forcing you to update ink even … Very good printer. Unlike EPSON printers forcing you to update ink even if you have ink left.Canon Printers even if ink is getting low a message will appear if you want to continue printing.EPSON are greedy idiots! StupidCEO needs to step down.

the reason for that on epsons is that the print heads are on printer and not on ink cartridge so they dont want you to run out of ink and then the print heads drying out ending up with poor or no print on some colours - if your that bothered.you could just buy a chip resetter if you have an epson then use the same cartridge again till you get the message again then install a new cartridge but be careful not to let cartridge get empty,but as eset12345 says - When you pay 50p a cartridge, does it really matter

Edited by: "mmachine" 18th Jan 2014

Canon, so much better than HP. Go for it. Voted hot.

retropolis

Canon, so much better than HP. Go for it. Voted hot.

probably so but if you had a choice between paying £25 plus for a replacement set of cartridges or £2 if you had an epson i know which one i would choose

chazdcfc

Good price, **** printer, alignment ruins after a couple of prints and … Good price, **** printer, alignment ruins after a couple of prints and doesn't take paper properly



Ugh I was looking at this. I've had two Canons, the latest one I have has NEVER had a good paper feed and it's got progressively worse til now it takes about fifty tries before the paper feeds in. I just want a reasonable priced printer with a decent paper feed after years of this hassle.

Good printer for price.
However problems which may arise with this model are when fitting compatible cartridges.Printer sometimes fails to recognise them, plus the wi-fi connection can be a bit flaky.
I have used this model so am aware of potential problems.
No doubt others will disagree, but only giving my opinon
heat to Op for price

Reserved this at Argos last week, they didn't have this modem in stock but got the 3250 instead, bought 3 yrs cover for an extra £10, great printer had trouble printing from tablet, but overall well pleased... And a new printer in a couple of years... Bonus

Doesn't look like this code is in the new catalogue out today. Maybe you can still buy instore.

This quite often comes up on Canon outlet on ebay for £20 including ink. I got one a couple of weeks ago.

NT14

Doesn't look like this code is in the new catalogue out today. Maybe you … Doesn't look like this code is in the new catalogue out today. Maybe you can still buy instore.



The 'RED' version is still available!

Bought the 4250 and its pretty nice - about ink - seems to be fairly decent although have ordered a couple of xl packs as they seem to be much better value for money.


johnlewis.com/sto…955
£49.99 from John Lewis

Regarding the 3150 - its probably reduced because its end of line and has been replaced by the 3250.

worth keeping an eye on the Canon ebay outlet site where these can be bought for about £23 inc delivery...sold as refurbs but mine was new....stock is erratic

stores.ebay.co.uk/can…b=7

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Missus bought the Canon Pixma MG3250 from Currys this week for £39 (down from £49.99).

Specs look very similar to this one (AIO, Wifi), so not sure what the differences are.
Edited by: "johnson293" 18th Jan 2014

johnson293

Missus bought the Canon Pixma MG3250 from Currys this week for £39 (down … Missus bought the Canon Pixma MG3250 from Currys this week for £39 (down from £49.99).Specs look very similar to this one (AIO, Wifi), so not sure what the differences are.



Me too, reserved and picked up this morning.... fab printer, very easy to set up with great results, air print is very handy...very happy with my purchase!

I bought this last year. Still haven't figured out how set the wifi up!
Decent printer though. An XL black cartridge lasts about 6 months for me. Usually get them off amazon

Always had Canon printers, rarely had occasion to complain.

My latest one is MG5350, no problems. After recommendation from local computer shop, I get my (compatible) ink from Inkredible. Much cheaper than Canon and have never had any problem with it.

mmachine

probably so but if you had a choice between paying £25 plus for a … probably so but if you had a choice between paying £25 plus for a replacement set of cartridges or £2 if you had an epson i know which one i would choose

£2 for a replacement set of cartridges for an Epson is almost as cheap as refilling my Canon.

retropolis

£2 for a replacement set of cartridges for an Epson is almost as cheap … £2 for a replacement set of cartridges for an Epson is almost as cheap as refilling my Canon.

refilling a cartridge and installing a new cartridge are 2 different things

mmachine

refilling a cartridge and installing a new cartridge are 2 different … refilling a cartridge and installing a new cartridge are 2 different things

lol, Canon and Epson are 2 different things.

BTW, where can Epson users find for £2 a replacement set of cartridges?

plenty on ebay

Link???
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