HP Pagewide 352dw - £66 after cashback -  Box
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HP Pagewide 352dw - £66 after cashback - Box

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Found 24th Jul 2017
HP Pagewide 352DW available for £66 after cashback at Box.co.uk. Cartridges last approx 3500 sheets

Cashback redeemed via HP h41201.www4.hp.com/WMC…ls/
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Can you also use this as a scanner?
sure. you can also use it as a coffee machine
adrian2000

Can you also use this as a scanner?



i think this one is about doing one thing well - printing very quickly, rather than being multipurpose. And for £66, whats not to like?
Taken from the HP product website store.hp.com/UKS…PRN
"Dynamic security enabled printer. Only intended to be used with cartridges using an HP original chip. Cartridges using a non-HP chip may not work, and those that work today may not work in the future."

Still it's a cracking price
If you think about how hot the £25 deals get, even though the starter cartridges contain almost no ink. This one includes 1500 page starter cartridges. It ought to be red hot, really.

I've ordered one, thanks. (Really ought to order another, just for the cartridge refills!)

HP PageWide 352dw Wireless Inkjet Printer



Not inkjet. Not laser. Introducing HP PageWide business printers.



Wait... what?


£227 for a set of replacement "not inkjet, not laser" carts. No thanks!

padair

Taken from the HP product website … Taken from the HP product website http://store.hp.com/UKStore/Merch/Product.aspx?id=J6U57B&opt=A81&sel=PRN "Dynamic security enabled printer. Only intended to be used with cartridges using an HP original chip. Cartridges using a non-HP chip maynot work, and those that work today may not work in the future."Still it's a cracking price



This should be illegal
It is inkjet not laser.
Sold cheap as you need to purchase genuine cartridges!
I believe it is one of the fastest inkjets due to the head design (the print head is the width of the page), that's about it's only good feature. Saying that if I didn't already have a plethora of colour printers I would consider purchasing this!
Great deal - I purchased a couple of these. I have quite a competent printer already, but for the price and the cartridge capacity of 1500 pages - this works out marginally cheaper than buying new ink on my current printer.

I'll find some extra space for this in the study and use the 2 printers until they run out - then send them to a charity shop or something.
After a printer that's little more expensive but cheaper to run take a look at hotukdeals.com/dea…786 and it prints A3 too
If you are looking for a 'cheap to run' inkjet, epson has launched thier EcoTank range, where in place of cartridges, there are ink tanks that you can refill from the bottles. Printer itself is more expensive, but cheaper in terms of ink.
Ive been using it only a few months.
gsusx

This should be illegal



I though it was under EU law...still, that won't apply for long now anyway...
Since we are talking about printer, I really need some advice pls guys.

I am looking a good reliable office laser printer (just black and white). Second hand is fine as along as it's running well. Where could I source for one apart from ebay?
Rangnarok

Since we are talking about printer, I really need some advice pls guys.I … Since we are talking about printer, I really need some advice pls guys.I am looking a good reliable office laser printer (just black and white). Second hand is fine as along as it's running well. Where could I source for one apart from ebay?




I picked up a laser the other day from Lexmark, toner is easy to get hold of the fuser is only £35 to replace and only after 100k of pages expertreviews.co.uk/pri…iew

You can pick them up for about £70, although sometimes a warehouse deal (which is how I got mine) for around £40
This printer was on prime day warehouse came out at £76 however the cartridges are £100 each, the are ridiculously overpriced and you can't get compatible ones easily for it.
£231 for a set of 4 cartridgesave.co.uk/HP9…tml still expensive. But a genuine set of Canon MB2050 cartridges are £43, on average you need 4 sets to print the same number of pages from the HP 913A cartridges.
Edited by: "Outrunner" 26th Jul 2017
Rangnarok

Since we are talking about printer, I really need some advice pls guys.I … Since we are talking about printer, I really need some advice pls guys.I am looking a good reliable office laser printer (just black and white). Second hand is fine as along as it's running well. Where could I source for one apart from ebay?



I bought an HP P2035. 30ppm, and it's a well made printer intended for use in an office. New, off ebay, for under £50. Toner cartridges are cheap at about £7 for 2300 pages (compatibles, ofc).
padair

"Dynamic security enabled printer. Only intended to be used with … "Dynamic security enabled printer. Only intended to be used with cartridges using an HP original chip. Cartridges using a non-HP chip maynot work, and those that work today may not work in the future."



DRM for this type of hardware is crazy. I'll buy something else, and likely not HP.
I have the top of the range model of the previous generation of these (X576dw). It is the best printer I've owned, particularly as the model I have gets over 70ppm (!!). I have used third party cartridges no problem.
gsusx

This should be illegal



They did this with the X476 / X576
A new firmware came along and stopped use of 3rd party cartridges. After a backlash they posted a firmware that disabled this, but it was buggy and still stopped the cartridges eventually.
drasim

They did this with the X476 / X576A new firmware came along and stopped … They did this with the X476 / X576A new firmware came along and stopped use of 3rd party cartridges. After a backlash they posted a firmware that disabled this, but it was buggy and still stopped the cartridges eventually.



Wonder if one could return the printer as no longer functional. Consumers have 6 year legal guarantee in UK (Scotland 5 years).

Imagine if your car no longer worked with supermarket fuel after a service.
Sqsq7 h, 15 m ago

Wonder if one could return the printer as no longer functional. Consumers …Wonder if one could return the printer as no longer functional. Consumers have 6 year legal guarantee in UK (Scotland 5 years).Imagine if your car no longer worked with supermarket fuel after a service.


To be honest it kind of changed my perspective of HP's business printer reputation. I've always recommended HP laserjets for their durability and features, but a key part of buying them were the range of cheap, quality 3rd party consumables.

Unfortunately I can only recommend older generation models now.

On another note, the X476/576 were awful at colour reproduction so be wary of this model if printing graphics is a main reason for purchase
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