HP PageWide 352DW Wireless Inkjet Printer £99.99 (Possible £59.99 after £40 cashback) @ Box.co.uk
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HP PageWide 352DW Wireless Inkjet Printer £99.99 (Possible £59.99 after £40 cashback) @ Box.co.uk

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Found 26th Jan
Great price for this Wireless Inkjet I thought! Perfect for a home office. Had a quick look around and this seems to be the cheapest for this particular model, plus, you can get £40 cashback dropping the price to £59.99! (Cashback offer until 31st January)


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HP PageWide 352dw Wireless Inkjet Printer
  • Max Colour Print 45 ppm
  • Max Print 45 ppm
  • Print Resolution 2400 x 1200 dpi
  • Automatic Duplex Printing
  • Media Input Capacity 550 sheets
  • Connnectivity USB Wireless LAN Ethernet

Count on exceptional value and the results businesses need – print professional-quality colour documents for a low total cost of ownership.

  • Results you expect, lasting value, and a low total cost of ownership.
  • Print professional-quality colour on a variety of papers – perfect for office use.
  • Spend less time and budget on scheduled maintenance with streamlined HP PageWide Technology.
Keep productivity on track with best-in-class speeds and fast printing from sleep mode. Documents are ready fast, so there’s less waiting.

  • Wait less, do more with best-in-class speeds – as fast as 45 ppm in colour and black-and-white.
  • Grab pages and go – without waiting. This device wakes up and prints fastest in its class.
  • Print directly from your mobile device to your Wi-Fi Direct® printer – without accessing the company network.
Minimise interruptions and downtime with efficient, reliable performance. Conserve resources and use less energy than laser printers with HP PageWide Technology designed for today’s busy office.

  • Minimise downtime with HP PageWide Technology that delivers reliable performance businesses demand.
  • Conserve with HP PageWide Technology – designed to use less energy than any printer in its class.
  • Get professional-quality colour documents and the performance you expect with Original HP PageWide cartridges.
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A full set of cartridges for this is about £275.
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A full set of cartridges for this is about £275.
dirtysnypa4 m ago

Full set of cartridges + printer for £59.99.


No no no, gor bless ya. You'll get half full cartridges at best with a new printer. Still decent, I'll grant you, but the cost to refill is something that potential buyers need to be aware of.
Edited by: "BigOrkWaaagh" 26th Jan
the cartridges that you get with new hp printers are starter cartridges, maybe 100 pages worth of toner.

after that, refilling the machine with a set of four genuine hp brand toner (913A) will cost about £280 (per aprox 3000 pages)

alternatively there are compatible brand toners, which are a little cheaper at just under £200 for the set of four

HP could basically afford to give the printers away for free and still make a profit after the customer buys the first set of toners
BigOrkWaaagh1 h, 53 m ago

A full set of cartridges for this is about £275.


Which sounds like a lot until you point out that they contain at least five times as much ink as the average £60 printer.

Specifically 3,500 pages for black, 3000 pages for colour. 1.9p per page black from manufacturer ink is perfectly reasonable.

The two nearest colour printers in purchase price on that site are the Epson WF-2750DWF and Cannon TS5050 which have ink catridges that do 500 pages and cost 3.6p and 3p per page black respectively.

The big catridges do have the downside of ink potentially drying up so I'd only go for this if you print thousands of pages a year.
Hmm I have a WF-2750DWF and the compatible cartridges I use via Color Direct on Amazon go for £12.99 for 30 which I think would be the ball park of one set of inks for this printer at £200+ but the HP with the pagewide will be much faster almost laser speed. I've been put off HP because the last one I had even non oem ink was very expensive, if the ink was reasonably priced I'd go for this but for me and my uses it's not, for others it may be.
topcashback is giving 2.1%
rejcomp26th Jan

Hmm I have a WF-2750DWF and the compatible cartridges I use via Color …Hmm I have a WF-2750DWF and the compatible cartridges I use via Color Direct on Amazon go for £12.99 for 30 which I think would be the ball park of one set of inks for this printer at £200+ but the HP with the pagewide will be much faster almost laser speed. I've been put off HP because the last one I had even non oem ink was very expensive, if the ink was reasonably priced I'd go for this but for me and my uses it's not, for others it may be.


Far faster than any printers under £1K. This one does 45ppm, the mid-range one does 60ppm. At this speed, there's almost a need to have a Health and Safety warning when collecting papers from the paper tray.
cashback is now £30

For ink don't use the code supplied. I just signed up for HP Instant ink (7 Janaury 2018) and got THREE MONTHS FREE not two. If you use these codes, in this order you will get an extra SEVEN months.

First use code: jcWFJ

Second/then use code: 6freeink

Do not use the code 2MONTHSDJUK or FREEINK as this will only get you 3/2 extra months, not 7.
OperateOnMe7th Feb

cashback is now £30For ink don't use the code supplied. I just signed up …cashback is now £30For ink don't use the code supplied. I just signed up for HP Instant ink (7 Janaury 2018) and got THREE MONTHS FREE not two. If you use these codes, in this order you will get an extra SEVEN months.First use code: jcWFJ Second/then use code: 6freeinkDo not use the code 2MONTHSDJUK or FREEINK as this will only get you 3/2 extra months, not 7.


where should the first/second code to be applied?
bik01522 h, 0 m ago

where should the first/second code to be applied?


during sign up with the above link, there are other ways and worst case contact support. I have sent you a PM

p.s. the first code is essentially 2 small random letters and 3 random capital letters, no more than 5 characters (Note to Mods this is not a referral but explanation codes for an extra month before applying specific 6 month code is actually very random)
The ink cartridges for this are the full width of an A4 sheet. They are really big.
Pagewide means that the print heads are also the full A4 width.
That means it can print really quickly and without any shaking because the print head doesn't need to travel back and forth across the paper. No shaking and fewer moving parts means it is more likely to be reliable in the long run.

We have been using the bigger/older model X576DW at work for a couple of years now as a workgroup printer and it has been great. Inkjet convenience at laserjet speeds and low cost per page.

If you regularly do quite a lot of printing then this should prove to be an excellent choice.
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