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HP LaserJet 1018 £39.99
HP LaserJet 1018 £39.99

HP LaserJet 1018 £39.99

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HP LaserJet 1018 £39.99

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Up to 600 x 600 dpi resolution
Up to 12 mono pages per minute
First page out in less than 10 seconds
2 Mb memory
150 Sheet paper tray capacity
Hi-speed USB 2.0 interface
Windows compatible
Prints on paper up to 163 gsm weight

16 Comments

Original Poster

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Excellent deal. Voted hot + rep.

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I was tempted by this, but the review puts me off a little.

HP quality has always confused me. I use a 4250 and a 2550. The 4250 is second to none. By contrast the 2550 is the biggest pile of cr*p Ive ever used. Depends which model you go for I suppose.

[SIZE=2]I will still vote this hot and add rep. Its a cheap printer, so you can't really go wrong. :thumbsup: [/SIZE]

Banned

Voted hot, although I think you'd be better getting the ML2010 from ebuyer for £44.98 the next time they do free shipping on it (or make your order up to £50 to get free shipping anyway) as the refills are cheaper.

Repo

Voted hot, although I think you'd be better getting the ML2010 from … Voted hot, although I think you'd be better getting the ML2010 from ebuyer for £44.98 the next time they do free shipping on it (or make your order up to £50 to get free shipping anyway) as the refills are cheaper.



and the ML2010 is the best laser printer I have ever owned...absolutely flawless!

How much will toner cost?

yes, I was just about to come onto the toner stuff, just got beaten, a toner will set youback around £40 bumping the price to £80 not ideal for home printing, as I only use the printer once in a blue moon, and when I do get round to using it, the inks dried up, oh well, no go for me... although the cheapest I've seen on the net by around a tenner

i bought this printer at new year as they had similar offer. I cannot fault this printer. For the money you get HP build quality, a toner cart thrown in (so thats your first 2000 prints sorted) and really impressive print speed. 1 page usually out within 7-10 seconds.

I got this printer as i too was finding that i didnt print enough on my old colour printers and the ink was drying before i got chance to use it. With a laserjet this wont happen. Also compared to the average 50-60 prints i could get from a colour inkjet, 2000 black and white is excellent. And you can get toner for around £25-30 if you shop around. I haven't had to purchase a new one yet. Much cheaper than 12-15 quid everytime your colour printer clogs up due to under use.

I recommend this printer and the price is excellent!

2manyjds

i bought this printer at new year as they had similar offer. I cannot … i bought this printer at new year as they had similar offer. I cannot fault this printer. For the money you get HP build quality, a toner cart thrown in (so thats your first 2000 prints sorted) and really impressive print speed. 1 page usually out within 7-10 seconds. I got this printer as i too was finding that i didnt print enough on my old colour printers and the ink was drying before i got chance to use it. With a laserjet this wont happen. Also compared to the average 50-60 prints i could get from a colour inkjet, 2000 black and white is excellent. And you can get toner for around £25-30 if you shop around. I haven't had to purchase a new one yet. Much cheaper than 12-15 quid everytime your colour printer clogs up due to under use.I recommend this printer and the price is excellent!



Exactly what I was going to say... saved me some typing.

Voted hot.

Foxy102

HP quality has always confused me. I use a 4250 and a 2550. The 4250 is … HP quality has always confused me. I use a 4250 and a 2550. The 4250 is second to none. By contrast the 2550 is the biggest pile of cr*p Ive ever used. Depends which model you go for I suppose.[SIZE=2]I will still vote this hot and add rep. Its a cheap printer, so you can't really go wrong. :thumbsup: [/SIZE]



Yeh, I agree. I work in I.T. and we have about 1500 HP laser printers, and the high end ones are built solidly. The lower end ones (such as any in the 1000 series) are not meant to get hammered, yet some do and fail completely (damaged feed rollers, fusers, casing). However, for home use they are perfect, and as has already been stated a "sample" toner comes with it and will not "dry up" as inkjets do when not in use.

I also agree with Repo about the Samsungs. They are cheap, better made than the lower end HP's and the output is much better than it used to be (graphic output was very black and not shaded grey very much) and on the point of toners, you can refill them easily - yes, refill them for about a tenner if you look on the net. You can also refill the HP's but it's a pain in the ar*e.

Voted hot.

I have this printer and its very good. I think I paid £79.99 for it just 3 months ago in PC World :x

Buy direct from HP for £39 inc delivery and 3% quidco and 4% business.

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6% quidco from pcworld...

Thanks to Racoon for the deal and gary_rip for the quidco reminder.

Johnnypanic

Still no Vista driver for this. Not been able to use since February, but apparently a driver should be with us by the end of the month
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