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CANON PIXMA MG5750 All-in-One Wireless Inkjet Printer - £40.50 using code @ Currys
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CANON PIXMA MG5750 All-in-One Wireless Inkjet Printer - £40.50 using code @ Currys

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Posted 5th Jan
Use discount code CANPNT to get 10% off and this price.

Have had this laptop for a couple of years, can get cheap compatible inks and has wireless printing including from the cloud.

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Print, scan and copy with confidence at home using the Canon PIXMA MG5750 All-in-One Wireless Inkjet Printer.

Convenient

The PIXMA MG5750 is an ideal addition to your home computing setup, combining the capabilities of printing, scanning and copying in one device. It is easy to control, view and connect with your devices using the large 6.2 cm colour display, making using the printer simple and straightforward.

Packaged with five individual ink cartridges, you only need to replace the colour that runs out, helping you to save time and money. You can also choose optional XL inks to run for longer before they need replacing, while the printer also features automatic two-sided printing.

Wireless connectivity

You can quickly print and scan from your smart devices with the Canon PRINT app and WiFi Direct, meaning that you do not have to stand beside the printer and be directly connected to it to print your documents and pictures. A PIXMA Cloud Link also allows you to print and scan from wherever you are, helping to make your life even easier.

Experience wireless, convenient printing and scanning with the Canon PIXMA MG5750 All-in-One Wireless Inkjet Printer.
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are any of these cheap printers actually any good for printing decent quality photos or are you better getting it done profressionally? I mean something you might hang on a wall.
1982john05/01/2019 17:37

are any of these cheap printers actually any good for printing decent …are any of these cheap printers actually any good for printing decent quality photos or are you better getting it done profressionally? I mean something you might hang on a wall.


I got this on offer a while ago. It's no good for decent quality prints. I only use it for labels, emails ect, it's ok for that.
andyb8305/01/2019 17:42

I got this on offer a while ago. It's no good for decent quality prints. I …I got this on offer a while ago. It's no good for decent quality prints. I only use it for labels, emails ect, it's ok for that.


I'd disagree. You get three 6" X 4" glossy photo papers included with this printer and I was pretty impressed. Just as good as prints from boots or vistaprint, and a lot more convenient.
Afro.Thunder13 m ago

I'd disagree. You get three 6" X 4" glossy photo papers included with this …I'd disagree. You get three 6" X 4" glossy photo papers included with this printer and I was pretty impressed. Just as good as prints from boots or vistaprint, and a lot more convenient.


I've never found it very good. Then again I wouldn't consider prints from Boots to be very good either.
Ordered, but only because I needed to print off a returns label over Christmas and my local library wanted to charge me £4. Other than that haven't needed to print anything in years, so hopefully I'll actually get some use out of it
1982john2 h, 42 m ago

are any of these cheap printers actually any good for printing decent …are any of these cheap printers actually any good for printing decent quality photos or are you better getting it done profressionally? I mean something you might hang on a wall.


I used to have one of these printers - durable and cheap as chips generic ink, however - If you want to print a picture to put on your wall use something like this for example. Quality/size is amazing. ebay.co.uk/itm…680 I use these guys - very reliable and quick.
Thanks for the share. Are these any better than Epson? I'm constantly having to perform head clean and even then poor prints.
pill6th Jan

Thanks for the share. Are these any better than Epson? I'm constantly …Thanks for the share. Are these any better than Epson? I'm constantly having to perform head clean and even then poor prints.


I had a Pixma iP7250. I used it for making paper craft models. Didn't have a problem with it. I bought it in 2014 and only last week I got the dreaded B200 error. The inks were pricey so I bought 3rd party ink. It does go through the stupid waste ink thing when it starts up but it wasn't bad. The maintenance features were good but ultimately it would waste more ink fixing the issue. If you rather ink issues than printhead issues then it might be for you. If you also think 5 years of life is worth it then yeah buy one. Having the multiple tanks was nice.
Edited by: "Trueogre" 18th Jan
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