HP 2544 Wireless All-in-one Colour Inkjet Printer £29 Tesco, in store and online
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HP 2544 Wireless All-in-one Colour Inkjet Printer £29 Tesco, in store and online

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Found 24th Aug 2015
pc, smartphone and tablet printer, includes usb cable.

loads in my local store

This is eligable for clubcard boost as well

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This is actually a pretty good printer/copier for the price. I got one for my kids to use and it's really easy to set up for iPads and laptops to use wirelessly.

Always put of from hp because of the ink. its expensive and you tend to have to use genuine cartridges because of there protection thing on them

my mum bought this, its pretty good

got this on black friday last year great all in one printer, & ink £16 both black&white & tri color & tesco included in boost plus 3 for 2 so not expensive at all

I have done a search and found a good price on here for ink
here

3ml for 190 pages HERE

and alternatives, 15ml = 530 pages HERE
Edited by: "davieg1" 25th Aug 2015

Banned

hiya does this has a laser?


tee x

Had a HP printer years ago, excellent printer but the price of inks were expensive (not saying they are now). Bought an Epson SX445SW and although the cartridges are cheap it is very hit and miss, sometimes they are accepted other times not. At the moment 2 cartridges are not printing, cleaned the heads and nozzles etc and still same problem. Thinking a cheap printer like this is a move forward just to eliminate the problems I have encountered.

Can't seem to get the wifi to connect/print via mobile any ideas? Cheers

I went for the hp 5644 from Currys, £60, as it is a copier/scanner as well as a printer.

davieg1

I went for the hp 5644 from Currys, £60, as it is a copier/scanner as … I went for the hp 5644 from Currys, £60, as it is a copier/scanner as well as a printer.



So is this.

it comes with some ink too.

I don't think they are normal sized cartridges but it's something.

I think the black and colour HP set was £16 and the tesco version was £13.
Edited by: "growlytiger1" 30th Aug 2015

davieg1

I went for the hp 5644 from Currys, £60, as it is a copier/scanner as … I went for the hp 5644 from Currys, £60, as it is a copier/scanner as well as a printer.


Wakey wakey.

Thanks, ordered one. Forgot I get free delivery.

boosted!

I've never used a wireless printer before so this question might be a bit naive, but how long does it take from pressing print to it connecting to the printer, and printing?

ahaha

hiya does this has a laser?tee x



no chance lol a laser printer is at least 70/80 just for black and white

docky

I've never used a wireless printer before so this question might be a bit … I've never used a wireless printer before so this question might be a bit naive, but how long does it take from pressing print to it connecting to the printer, and printing?



about 5 secs

how do you tell how many prints you get roughly with newly fitted catridges? if youre printin basically black and white

Cheap printers cost the most to run. Buy a more expensive printer EG the 8600 plus or similar and use xl cartridges and if your kids are like mine it'll soon be costing you less. In fact a second hand colour laser jet 4700 which I bought off ebay for £100 worked out even cheaper as I have only put toner cartridges in once in over two years. The downside is it's the size of a washing machine so no for everyone. But the tip about cheap printers costing the most to run is very true and they can often be a false economy.

I believe that the Tesco black compatible ink for the printer is on offer for 2 cartridges for £8. Not sure how good Tesco ink is.

I got rid of inkjet a few years ago. Fed up with wasting ink unblocking head etc if not used for a while. HP wireless seemed flakey too. Constantly had to reinstall on laptop which was a pain when you wanted to print quickly. Got a B & W Samsung laser AIO. Always works from laptop and phones, tablets. Only just had to put in a new toner after 3 years with original one. You really need to question if you really need colour printing at home. We've never missed it

Voted hot though for price

I think this offers exceptional value for money. We bought one to get all our stuff scanned and reprinted for holiday coming up i.e passports, tickets etc and I'm really impressed with the quality. I don't think carts are that dear to be fair when you search round (with links already given). Does exactly what it needs to and wireless capabilities as well for the money really sealed the deal. Setup time took about 10 - 15 mins from getting out the box.

dereklogan7

Wakey wakey.



Yea I know, senior moment there ha ha. I did not look at the description of this one

Now at £49 using the link

blonde_one

Now at £49 using the link


the 2540 is £29 in amazon now

HERE
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