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Hewlett-Packard (HP) Deskjet F4210 All-In-One Printer - just £32.99 delivered @ Play.com!
Hewlett-Packard (HP) Deskjet F4210 All-In-One Printer - just £32.99 delivered @ Play.com!

Hewlett-Packard (HP) Deskjet F4210 All-In-One Printer - just £32.99 delivered @ Play.com!

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This HP Deskjet F4210 All-In-One Printer is now just £32.99 delivered @ Play.com!

The HP Deskjet F4210 All-in-One is designed for users looking for a fast, easy-to-use and economical all-in-one that delivers great results at home or in the office, fast performance and a range of user-friendly tools.

Enjoy efficient, dependable performance with HP - the world¿s most reliable printer brand.
Get consistent, dependable performance with this durable HP Deskjet all-in-one. Enjoy the peace of mind of the world¿s most reliable printer brand2, and the proven performance of HP Deskjet, relied on by more than 200 million customers around the world. Choose standard Original HP ink cartridges or print 3x more black pages and 2x more colour pages with optional high-capacity ink cartridges3. Save energy too with this Energy Star qualified printer.

Print and scan home projects, office work, photos and more - copy with a PC too.
Do more - and do it faster - with this versatile all-in-one. Print at up to 17 ppm black, 13 ppm colour, and make copies via your PC4. Print high-quality borderless photos in all popular sizes - 10 x 15 cm, 13 x 18 cm, panorama (10 x 30 cm), A4 and more - and get enhanced detail with HP dual drop weight technology. Scan paperwork, photos, books and more using the built-in scanner5. Get laser-quality text and vivid colour graphics using HP Vivera inks.

Easy set-up with simple controls and helpful software - get started in no time.
Enjoy easy set-up and worry-free operation with HP¿s intuitive software. Make use of a range of helpful tools including one-touch print cancel button and an ink backup mode that lets you keep on printing when one cartridge runs out. Get great results from web pages with HP Smart Web Printing6 and print your photos using HP Photosmart Essential software6. Compact design and neat fold-up tray means this versatile device fits almost anywhere.

19 Comments

Same old problem with HP - how much is the ink?
Cheaper to run an Epson on compatibles (check before buying) and throw it away after a couple of years.

Standard cartridges are ~£10, XL (3 times the capacity) are ~£20.
Refills can be had for a little less.

I've yet to find a cheap source for compat's.
Infact, HP "300"s (what this printer takes) are quite hard to come by, presumably as this is a fairly new printer.

does this take the 21 black and 22 color cartridges? if so these ain't that expensive. Play.com sell the original HP black for £10.49. Cheaper than any high st. store.

Epson cartridges can be had for under £1 each for the older models. I paid 7.50 on EBAY for 4 colour and 6 black. These were for an Epson 935 photo printer.

Thanks for sharing. Good price for a low range printer.

does anybody know if this printer comes with both black and colour inks, or just one, or neither, my girlfriend has a hp printer and with the xl cartridges she can print out a whack of stuff. i have a lexmark and it doesnt print anything before running out of ink?

linford316;5150548

does anybody know if this printer comes with both black and colour inks, … does anybody know if this printer comes with both black and colour inks, or just one, or neither, my girlfriend has a hp printer and with the xl cartridges she can print out a whack of stuff. i have a lexmark and it doesnt print anything before running out of ink?



if its like the HP F4280 which im guessing is the next one up, it comes with a black and a colour cartridge. but no printer usb cable, which ive had to buy off ebay for £2.

i got mine for a few quid more than this out of a catalogue but i did only order yesterday and got it today. very smart looking and a copier, scanner and printer in one its a good deal.

i didnt realise the cartridges would be so much but i think ill just get XL ones once a year. i dont think ill use that much ink as its just for printing out postage.

What could be really useful to some is with this printer, it loads the paper from the front and spits it out at the front. So it will go in confined spaces where you don't have the overhead space.

I personally rate this HP's very highly despite it getting some pretty bad reviews. Printing text is fast. Economy mode is very easy to read and ot takes about 3 seconds to spit one of those pages out. Prints extremely well on plain paper too. It's maybe a perfect printer for light users who don't need to print beautiful quality photos.

I paid £30 for mine (F4280 which is very similar, same hardware) and got the large capacity colour and black at the same time. A few months on I still haven't run out of the ink it came with. So I'm happy to pay the extra on geniune inks here, I've lost too many printers to crappy ink.

Does anyone know if this works on linux?

techpops;5151267

What could be really useful to some is with this printer, it loads the … What could be really useful to some is with this printer, it loads the paper from the front and spits it out at the front. So it will go in confined spaces where you don't have the overhead space.I personally rate this HP's very highly despite it getting some pretty bad reviews. Printing text is fast. Economy mode is very easy to read and ot takes about 3 seconds to spit one of those pages out. Prints extremely well on plain paper too. It's maybe a perfect printer for light users who don't need to print beautiful quality photos. I paid £30 for mine (F4280 which is very similar, same hardware) and got the large capacity colour and black at the same time. A few months on I still haven't run out of the ink it came with. So I'm happy to pay the extra on geniune inks here, I've lost too many printers to crappy ink.



spit it out right now :whistling:

stanley;5151461

Does anyone know if this works on linux?



Just booted into Ubuntu and it had already automatically setup the printer. Recognises which printer it is and gives you printer setting control. Very impressive, Windows hadn't a clue it was there until I installed the driver manually.

Is this a wireless printer? i.e blietooth

no1john;5154340

Is this a wireless printer? i.e blietooth



No

awesome thanks alot it seems to be quite good then, as if i need 2 new inks for my printer then itl cost 30 quid, and for the extra ill get a scanner/photocpier and i know that hp print more per cartridge than lexmark, cos mine is cack

Good price for an all in one printer. Ink tends to be expensive for most makes of new model printers - its how the manufacturers make their money.

So just to confirm. Does this deal come with black and colour inks? How many pages could I expect to get from the cartridges?

drspa44;5166470

So just to confirm. Does this deal come with black and colour inks? How … So just to confirm. Does this deal come with black and colour inks? How many pages could I expect to get from the cartridges?



Comes with one small but full colour cartridge and one small but full black cartridge. The large capacity ones cost more so couldn't really expect to see these in the box.

As for how many pages you'll get. If you were to print out pages that had 5% ink coverage, you should get around 300. If you're printing pictures, its anyone's guess.

Thanks. I'm debating whether to get this one or the f2280 amazon.co.uk/HP-…mtd for £30. Judging by the RRPs, this deal would be the best.

drspa44;5168834

Thanks. I'm debating whether to get this one or the f2280 … Thanks. I'm debating whether to get this one or the f2280 http://www.amazon.co.uk/HP-Deskjet-F2280-All-in-One-Printer/dp/tech-data/B001145I7Y/ref=de_a_smtd for £30. Judging by the RRPs, this deal would be the best.



I think that RRP is really old. It's technically similar to but the 4000 series have a much better design. They really look more expensive than they are, great finish and feel very robust. That 2000's looks very flimsy and I might mistake it for a bread bin
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