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Posted 18 May 2024

HP DeskJet 2810e AiO Wireless Printer & 3 Months Instant Ink - Free C&C

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Was £54.99 now £39.99 at Argos

HP DeskJet is perfect for basic home printing - The leader for simple, stress-free printing. Effortlessly print, scan, and copy with this compact, wireless printer paired with the best and easiest-to-use print app.
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  1. noizzerx's avatar
    Wow HP printer, stay away from them
    Aerobiz's avatar
  2. Splat's avatar
    Stay WELL away from these cheap HP printers. I'd recommend getting a tank printer that doesn't require specific cartridges because even though it's more upfront you'll still end up saving money
    klaus.basingher's avatar
    any recommendations for brands that will work with Chromebooks and do good photo printing?
  3. klaus.basingher's avatar
    Managed to get a deskjet 1000 working again, ancient thing (well ten years old) with a set of cartridges from aliexpress at £15, no hassle and it will even print if one of the cartridges is empty - unlike their modern stuff. Would not buy a modern one, too finicky and choosy with regards to non-std cartridges and lower quality. New HP cartridges were almost the price of this printer, BTW. (edited)
    RedXI's avatar
    How ancient? I got a HP Deskjet last year for £20 and the print quality is far superior to the 24-pin dot matrix printer I paid maybe £200 for that is somewhere in my attic.

    I think pay HP 99p a month since the free trial expired and during that time I have received 2x black and 2x colour cartridges, which seems better value and far less risky than getting them from Ali.
  4. ashyt16turbo's avatar
    Be aware this model is the 'e' model and requires an internet connection and a HP account and original cartridges only.
    My advice stay well away. (edited)
    klaus.basingher's avatar
    no surprise there, they are getting ever more sophisticated at locking customers into their expensive ink, a pity because my expired HP inkjet did manage to print beautiful A3 photos on glossy paper - it was almost amusing in later years to listen to it muttering to itself for five to ten minutes before it deigned to reluctantly print something, though. To be fair, both my HP printers work seamlessly with my Chromebook via USB. (edited)
  5. jacekkaplon92's avatar
    Instant INK -3 months only instead of 6 in the previous model... no good.
    RedXI's avatar
    It might be more than 3 months.

    The HP printer I got about a year ago said it came with 3 and I ended up getting 6 months.

    Since it ended I've only been paying 99p a month and have received 2 packs of new cartridges, so it seems worthwhile.
  6. Reena7's avatar
    Does anyone know how to use the printer without Instant Ink subscription by blocking it on your router? I recall seeing something about this
    Kanlaya_Fowler's avatar
    if there is a hack it will be on YouTube so try a search
  7. Jordi116's avatar
    Dear, is any 305 ink Cartridges included? Any warranty? Thank you.
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