HP PageWide Pro 452dw Inkjet Printer (£149.98) £69.98 after Cashback Ebuyer
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HP PageWide Pro 452dw Inkjet Printer (£149.98) £69.98 after Cashback Ebuyer

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Found 14th Sep 2017Edited by:"spoonfaceuk"
HP PageWide Pro 452dw Wireless Inkjet Printer


  • 55ppm Mono & Colour Print
  • Up to 6.5 Seconds First page
  • USB, Network & Wireless
  • Automatic Double Sided Printing
  • 600 x 600 dpi Print


Cashback with HP until 31st Oct
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Inkjet for £149?
55pppm Mono and Colour? That inkjet must be moving at the speed of sound! Or maybe I just haven't bought a printer in 10 years and am so far behind. Pretty sure my printer takes about 20s a page
The_IMF1 h, 21 m ago

55pppm Mono and Colour? That inkjet must be moving at the speed of sound! …55pppm Mono and Colour? That inkjet must be moving at the speed of sound! Or maybe I just haven't bought a printer in 10 years and am so far behind. Pretty sure my printer takes about 20s a page


The Pagewide in the name refers to the fact that it uses fixed nozzles the width of a page rather than a head that goes back and forth - Hence the high speed.

This is an office machine designed for high volume printing. 10,000 pages black and 7,000 pages colour per cartridge. As you'd expect, that much ink has a fairly hefty price tag, the cartridges run to £90 each.

They're impressive things, but you'd have to be printing a lot to make it worthwhile for personal use. HP's recommended usage is 750 to 4000 pages a month. That's 34 to 180 pages per working day.

Although at this price it might make a good gift for a tech enthusiast. I'm sure the starter cartridges would last a couple of years.
The_IMF5 h, 40 m ago

55pppm Mono and Colour? That inkjet must be moving at the speed of sound! …55pppm Mono and Colour? That inkjet must be moving at the speed of sound! Or maybe I just haven't bought a printer in 10 years and am so far behind. Pretty sure my printer takes about 20s a page


Inkjet has come on so much in the last few years its really unbelievable. In terms of production devices it is really making a comeback and I am sure will be one of if not the main forms of print in years to come. We have a device that can print double sided colour A4 sheets at a rate of 120 per minute.
It won't be long before we start to see the same technology transfer to the home devices.
I bought the 352DW from Box for £65 after cash-back. Mine only prints 40ppm, so I'm feeling a bit miffed that for a fiver more I could have got 55 ppm.

The ink cartridges can be refilled, but it's a bit of a faff. You have to buy special 'pigmented' ink. (That's daft, because all ink has pigment in it.)

The starter cartridges will give you 1500 colour pages, plus 3000 black and white, so it's pretty cheap per page even if you throw it away when those run out.
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