HP Officejet 7510 Wide Format Wi-Fi All-in-One Wireless Printer  £83.97 delivered  [Works out £63.97 after HP cashback + Free 3 year warranty extension] @ Ebuyer
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HP Officejet 7510 Wide Format Wi-Fi All-in-One Wireless Printer £83.97 delivered [Works out £63.97 after HP cashback + Free 3 year warranty extension] @ Ebuyer

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LocalFound 2nd Aug 2017
Pretty good for the money, especially with extra cover and cashback. Does both A3 and A4 which I have seen people asking for before, so not a bad option at all. Reviews look good as well


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Warranty Extension info - until the End of October 17
Cashback info - until the End of October 17

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Key features
Colour Printer - Perfect for Home use
Print, Scan, Copy & Fax
Paper Size - A4, A3 (A4 scanbed - but using scan and stitch software you can scan up to A3)
Connectivity - Wireless, AirPrint, Network, USB
Document Feeder | Scan to PDF
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Instant ink?
No, they only do instant ink on A4 printers
Excellent find!
I am looking for a good photo printer, hope this does the job
I got this a few months ago. I've barely used it, but from what I can tell, it's really good. The app works well and you can connect straight to the printer via Wi-Fi (without the need for a router). The cartridges look a bit tiny, but the colors are separate, and they probably have a decent capacity
Reviews (at it's RRP of £105) are a little mixed(3-4 out of 5), 2 point out the paper trays are a bit awkward and it doesn't have duplex built in.

On the bright side there looks to be cheaper ink available from here

Do I pull the trigger or hold out for a half decent colour laser without ridiculous toner prices...
Hmmm . . . "Media weight, recommended 60 to 105 g/m² "

I'm looking for something that can handle 250 or 300 gsm so I can print my own business cards (which come on an A4 sheet of card). Any thoughts?
Heated as it seems good for what it is.
Edited by: "simonspeakeasy" 3rd Aug 2017
Evilmonkey3rd Aug

Reviews (at it's RRP of £105) are a little mixed(3-4 out of 5), 2 point …Reviews (at it's RRP of £105) are a little mixed(3-4 out of 5), 2 point out the paper trays are a bit awkward and it doesn't have duplex built in.On the bright side there looks to be cheaper ink available from hereDo I pull the trigger or hold out for a half decent colour laser without ridiculous toner prices...


Just for the benefit of anyone reading this in the future, these are NOT the right inks
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