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The HP Store is owned by HP Inc., a well-known manufacturer of printers, and personal computers. The official store offers both tangible products as well as support related to software and drivers. The offer of available devices is designed to suit both individual clients who are looking for convenient to use, high-quality laptops and tablets as well as businesses, for which security and mobility are of the utmost importance. HotUKDeals presents all the best deals and coupons from the HP Store directly on its site for the convenience of its visitors. Read more

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HP 17-ak016na Full-HD Laptop - Was £489 now £389 (use voucher WEEKEND100)
Found 22nd AprFound 22nd Apr
Thought this was a good price for a 17" laptop, supposedly with an IPS screen, looking at the specifications, and the pdf download too. http://www8.hp.com/h20195/V2/GetPDF.aspx/c0… Read more
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Nobody buys a 300 quid laptop to do anything intensive


Maybe use chrome as your browser?



Agreed, it needs an SSD and it'll probably be fairly decent... seems unbelievable any laptop still being sold without an SSD.


​My work HP laptop is similar to this and cost £500. It has always been really slow so I swapped my hard drive for one of the £25 SSD's from mymemory and it is now super quick. Windows is usuable within 25 seconds and programs open almost instantly.

HP Pavilion x360 Core i3 7th Gen convertible laptop with 8GB Ram and 128GB SSD in gold and silver £399 with code @ HP
Found 16th AprFound 16th Apr
Original price is £549, there is a £150 saving by applying voucher code PAVILION150 which will discount it to £399
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oh interesting, yeah 15 inch screen and it's only 720p or whatever. But the CPU scored 7700 on passmark so I figured it was good.


Was it a 15 or 17 inch? You can often find them for that price either in sales or refurbished deals such as the Dell Outlet. It is when you come down below 15 inch screens that you get a huge spike with prices. But the manufacturers and retailers are taking the mick now offering i3, 128GB drives and 4GB of memory in laptops but then wanting circa £500 for them.


Yeah, I got one 6 years ago that's an i7, 8gb ram, 1tb HDD, I swear I only paid £350 brand new! Seems crazy n


No, none near that price. I was just making the point that Intel has controlled the CPU market for computers for so long that they have been able to maintain a high premium for CPU's whilst actually giving us very little in performance gain for a good 10 years now. This is now very obvious when, for the first time in a decade Intel has competiton from AMD, that Intel is suddenly capable of bringing out a new CPU range that is 50% faster than last generation chips. Look at i3 laptops now - they are reducing the size of the hard disks in them, reducing the size of the RAM, et are still asking for £400 to £600 for i3 laptops. Ludicously expensive. /rant over.


No, no, I get you, wasn't having a go, was just asking if you had seen any as I'm in the market for something for simple stuff. Thought you might know.

(Students) HP OMEN Accelerator Shell £166.32 (+ 3 Year Warranty) External GPU Dock USB-C  with HDD / SSD Slot @ HP Store
Found 13th AprFound 13th Apr
£189 with Student Account but if you build a bundle with HP 3 Year Care Pack with Pickup and Return Service, price is £166.32 delivered. Product codes: 1QY70EA + UC994Ex 1 … Read more

Hmm, as far as I can tell all these add-in cards need a TB header on your motherboard as well as PCI-E 4x. If so they're not compatible with generic motherboards, but I haven't seen anyone try them without the header. Of course my old system doesn't have it but it's also too good to throw out, dual sandybridge xeons!


https://www.scan.co.uk/products/gigabyte-gc-alpine-ridge-10-card-thunderbolt-3-certified-add-in-card little pricey but not bad. Honestly with the cost of a dock making a new build entirely wouldn't be that much. something not ancient but still very capable... i7-3930k's (6core 12thread) are regularly under 100 on ebay, x79 boards can be difficult to find but not very. still DDR3 so you wont have to spent a grand on 16gb of ram (and probably have some ddr3 lying around already) and have a card running at full 16x without a bottleneck. if you're interested in looking into an overhaul, message me what you have and i can show you an idea of how much you could improve it on the cheap than just using this for a temporary boost (if your cpu/ram/hdd don't bottleneck it even more than the 4x limitation)


Overview section: "Compatible with Windows®-based PCs with Thunderbolt™ 3 port."


Gotta love how the discount is for students who are supposed to be studying and not playing games. Haha. Hot deal tho!


There's a review here:

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HP Notebook 15-bs106na 15" Full-HD Laptop Intel i5-8250U, 8GB RAM, 1TB HDD £499 potential £469 Delivered @ HP
Found 3rd AprFound 3rd Apr
Currently this laptop is on offer with voucher EAST50 which bring down the price down from £549 to £499. For those prefer 15" version of the recent HP 14-bs100na laptop from AO.co… Read more
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Lots of people would not know how to replace the HDD with an SSD and install the OS. Sorry, but you can't get around the fact that this price is poor for an i5 without discrete graphics card or SSD from the pretty poor brand HP (bought a bunch for work and they weren't even set up correct out of the box. Two different models too so not even a glitch). It's cold. I wouldn't recommend anyone buy it.


True, but there is an option to upgrade it with £25 SSD, but you can't upgrade/change the CPU easily.


With a conventional HDD the performance will be totally hamstrung, so the generation is pretty irrelevant for most people.


What's the difference between lenovo 320s and 520s


There is a big jump of performance increase on the current 8-gen Intel CPU over the few previous generations of CPU. The few previous generations CPU were merely improving the battery life but performance had not improved much for past several years. However on the current gen finally the performance improvement could be as much as 40%, so this should be included in the consideration over buying older laptop.

HP Pavilion x360 14-ba104na Convertible Laptop £50 off code CLEAR50 - £649 @ HP
Found 24th MarFound 24th Mar
8th-gen Core i5-8250U CPU, 8GB RAM, 256GB SSD, Full HD 14 inch IPS touch display, convertible to tablet mode and compatible with optional HP Pen digitiser. My daughter's Lenovo Mi… Read more
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Another question: is this compatible with Wacom tablets? Or is the HP Pen just as good?


Ive been told never to vacuum a computer because the static electricity can ruin the components. What about compressed air' is that safe?


There is a fan outlet along the left side of the base (when viewed from the front). You could vac that fairly easily. For anything more direct here is a teardown video:


So I managed to get the student discount for my daughter in the end so thanks for this. The HP Store chap was very helpful and although He could not stop the original order being shipped he arranged for my daughter's order to be completed in time so both orders arrived today with the courier, who had instructions only to let me sign for the student discount one :) I did of course have to pay twice but I will be refunded for the first order. It's charging up at the moment and looks really nice if you're OK with a light silver external finish.


How easy is to clean the fan? I've got an old Samsung i7-4th gen that I use for graphic design and this looks like an ideal replacement!

HP Spectre x2 12-c001na i7 8gb 512GB SSD Detachable Laptop & 3 Year Care Pack - £1,099.00 (with code) @ HP
Found 21st MarFound 21st Mar
Seems like a possible alternative to a surface pro. My daughter has a surface pro 4 and this seems to be roughly equivalent in most respects. This sounds like a good price to me … Read more

Wow. Thanks very much for the advice ... Spectre has just arrived. Beautiful packaging ... shame to open. I will take my time as my Acer to decommision still works fine ..once the anti-virus dies it's updating et al ;) Will take my time and get it right ... Initial inspection as to design and feel is fabulous. Thanks again


Formatting is dead easy. All you need is windows 10 on a stick (easily done), the drivers from HP site and you’re ready to go. The windows key is hardware related now, so once you install win10 and you connect to the internet is going to activate all buy itself. Software, from HP, I only have the drivers which is more than ok. Third parties, I have all the adobe suite , netbeans, eclipse and so much more. Browser, I only use Firefox. System optimisation is “playing” with the path for temporary folders, the way it handles the memory and so on. No antivirus !!! Absolutely no antivirus, as all of them slow system down. I only use the windows one(defender) and I’ve always been fine. And I go on dodgy sites, but I am careful with the content that lies on my computer. That’s all. If you want to optimise your win 10, there is great site (somehow forgot it’s name , but google it and it should come up within the 3-4 result) . The optimisation that I am talking about is the same I was using on win xp and I’ve done it in all the computers that I have installed or repaired so far. Hope it helps!!!


You'd think that IT companies would avoid naming their products after the biggest exploits of the century... (lol)


After much deliberation over 2in1s these last few months I've gone with this deal. Ticks my needs.. If you don't mind sinless can you provide a bit more on the reformat and key s/w choices. Also love to know your system optimisation.


I am using one, although it’s a better one, i7 8th generation and Nvidia mX150. It’s good, sometimes the fan could be loud, it’s not on all the time. Only when you have loads of apps running, that’s when it starts to spin the fan. Last night I had about 10 folders opened, files all over the place, net beans, eclipse and dream weaver, outlook and a few Mozilla tabs. It was fine. One thing I did though, day 1. Formatted and installed with my choices and software, plus a small system optimisation. Running win 10 pro on it and it flies ....

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Hp Omen 15-ce013na Gaming Laptop - GTX 1060 G-SYNC 120hz 3 Year Care Pack Offer - £1034.10 with code @ HP
Found 6th MarFound 6th Mar
Use Code LAP10 to get this price. HP OMEN 15-ce013na Gaming Laptop i7-7700HQ GTX1060 max q 6gb 8 gig ram 128gb SSD 1tb HDD 15" 1080p 120hz GSync screen I have this laptop and it … Read more

4K's good if you do graphic design/photography/content creation but for gaming you're going to need way more grunt than a 1050. You're better off looking for a decent 1080p screen paired with a 1060 (or 1050ti at a push)


Haha ... one can only hope!


What about this one 4k screen but only 1050 http://store.hp.com/UKStore/Merch/Product.aspx?id=2CS29EA&opt=ABU&mastersku=2CS29EA&masteropt=ABU&sel=NTB&


£100!?? The SSD alone would set you back more than that. I agree laptops are overly expensive, but come on....


Yes, sorry, reading back it seems I didn't make myself clear because I segued into talking about the VR headsets having pointed out that the original post was pointing to the wrong model. I should have made clearer what I meant when talking about the headset. I wasn't intending to suggest this deal had a headset included (embarrassed)

HP ENVY x360 15-bq101na Convertible + Laptop 3 Year Care Pack Offer £719.10 + poss 3% Quidco
Found 2nd MarFound 2nd Mar
Use voucher code LAP10 for 10% off £799 poss Quidco 3% too AND a 3 year care pack (pickup and return service) Windows 10 Home 64 AMD Ryzen™ 5 2500U Quad-Core (2 GHz base freq… Read more

Most of the HP utilities are crap so don't need to install. Just check all the HP utilities and see if anything important to you. For me nothing. I only installed important drivers. Goto tweakhound.com and check their windows 10 tweak guide. Very useful.


Thanks (y)


Yes. Create HP recovery disk and then delete the recovery partition. Keep recovery disk safely. After that Download all the latest drivers and bios updates. Copy them to USB and keep them to use after win 10 install. Then create windows 10 USB install disk (use Windows 10 media create tool). Boot from Windows 10 USB and delete all the partitions & repartition as you wish. Install Windows 10 followed by drivers. Run the Windows update.


Hi, thanks for the advice, but what do you mean a clean install? Is that just install Windows to remove the HP software? How do you do that? Thanks!


What a total c**ck up on HP's behalf with my order. I placed an order on Saturday for 2 of these and received my conformation email. Sunday around 1 o clock i received another email confirming my order for 3 HP Envy 360's then checked the credit card and they had taken / reserved nearly £3.5K of my card and my first order had disappeared no contact number for customer service so called the sales team who put me thought to CS who wanted screen shots of the 2 orders and my CC bill, OK sen them first thing in the morning and heard nothing so after lunch emailed again to find out what was going on and still nothing so emailed yet again about 4.30 cc the chief exec. and just had an email telling me they cancelled my order. Pretty shoddy service and no appolgy. I think i will look elsewhere now. Rant over

HP Spectre x360 15" / 8th Gen i7 / MX150 2GB / 8GB RAM / 512GB SSD + 3 year care pack @ HP Store - £1259.10
Found 2nd MarFound 2nd Mar
Recently got this laptop on the CeX laptop lottery for a good price and noticed this deal today, which is a great deal for a laptop only released about 3-4 months ago with latest i… Read more

picked up a 8250u for £150


No, it was an inspiron 5000 series but not a 2 in 1. Build quality is great but doesn't feel as premium as HP Spectre or Macbook Pro (we looked at both before buying the Dell). She's not that keen on the keyboard compared to her old mac book, but 80% of the time she's using it with a high def 27inch monitor and keyboard she picked up for around £100 and the spec of the Dell blasted anything else for the price range.


Was it the 5000 series 2-in-1? If so, I ordered one too and returned it. Screen was awful and build quality meh. Cannot beat HP Spectre build quality for the money.


Pretty much all of their laptops listed on their site have the wrong description, wrong model number, wrong screen size etc or the condition is poor. I returned 6 before getting this one!


Was that a 2in1 with the sex appeal?

HP 8710 Officejet Pro -£115 (£55 after cashback) and £3.83 quidco @ HP
Found 17th FebFound 17th Feb
£55 after cashback and £51.17 after quidco 3 Year Warranty Hurry only Few left! Also can use instant ink, no free trial though Only a few left my quidco confirmed £3.83 and i also … Read more

Make sure you’re on the maximum plan for the free trial, so you have an idea as to how much you’ll use monthly, and can change down to most appropriate tariff before free trial ends


yes and yes to £1.99


Can you use the FREE TRIAL for all the monthly plans? Are you able to downgrade the plan after the trial?


Apologies, it worked for me recently.


Great printer. Love mine Echo the fact it's big.

HP Spectre x360 13-ae005na Convertible Laptop 3 Year Care Pack  £1287.07 with code @ HP Store
Found 13th FebFound 13th Feb
Was £1499, then £1399, now £1287.07 with voucher code representing a saving of £211.92 based on the original HP price. John Lewis do the same laptop with their own 3 year guarantee… Read more
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EEEEK - that's a huge jump, the US and Australia sell them with the 16GB/512GB SSD combo most of the time, from what I remember it's plausible to upgrade the SSD down the track but you're stuck with ram as it's hard-wired to the board and can't be upgraded.


Sadly they don't offer this combination; to get 16GB ram you also have to have a 1TB SSD which sends the price up to £1563.07 which is a hike too far IMO.


Looking at the board configuration I'd wager this has something to do with trying to get rid of boards that have 8gig fixed (I believe they'd be making them with 8gig and 16gig fixed and that's about it). 8gig is too limiting now, Chrome can chew through that alarmingly quickly and it's well within the usage expectation of the laptop over its defined life that this will become a problem for ordinary users. I'd be interested to see if this deal can be had for the 16gig model (with the ram-price difference only but discounts intact). I was spec'ing this system for someone in Australia a few weeks ago and we couldn't get it under the equivalent of about £1900 for the 16gig model (they only have a GST (VAT) of 10% but everyone jacks prices up horrendously there, even more so than the UK).


Should be 32gb RAM and ddr5 really


That’s disappointing. I had read from somewhere that it would be ‘well under £1000. The Asus looks good but I’m after a predominant tablet experience. I had a surface pro but poor battery life and flickering screen were a problem. I’m not even after a mobile experience. I just want a decent windows 10 tablet, with all day battery and a great handwriting experience. Currently rocking an iPad Pro but really need better access to outlook groups especially group calendars (the iOS groups app is terrible)

OMEN X Ultra Wide Quad-HD (35" ) Curved LED Gaming Display £989.99 using code (£1,099.99 before code) @ HP
Found 4th FebFound 4th Feb
3440x1440, G-Sync, 4ms 100Hz (120Hz max), AMVA. Optional: HP 3 Year Pickup and Return Service for Consumer Monitors for £8.40 extra.

Money seeds are inherited surely?


I cultivate them from my secret lab on the moon.


Where do you buy seeds for those trees?


Ok, let me go outside to my money tree. I think it's got a few notes growing on it today.... In all seriousness, decide what you want to prioritize - frame rate or resolution and get whichever suits. I bought a 1440p g synch 120hz for 250 about 2 years ago.


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HP Spectre x2 12-c001na Detachable Laptop was £1499 now £999 @ HP via MyUnidays
Found 1st FebFound 1st Feb
Windows 10 Home 64 Intel® Core™ i7-7560U (2.4 GHz base frequency, up to 3.8 GHz with Intel® Turbo Boost Technology, 4 MB cache, 2 cores) 31.2 cm (12.3") diagonal 3K2K (3000 x 200… Read more

I have and if I need to I can. I got a cracking deal so weighing up whether to wait or to cancel. I'm waiting for them to respond. Luckily don't need it desperately, it's just frustrating and shocking service.


This is why its worth buyin with a credit card, im sure u can get your money back via credit card and less hassle


Great price for it. Haven’t seen it available for less than £1249.


So I bought a laptop from HP last month. It arrived making an awful noise. Took nearly a week to pickup, now they've got it back it's gone out of stock and it will be three weeks before I replacement. No phone number for support, and not responsive by email. Do not buy from HP.


Is it worth getting this or waiting on a good deal for the spectre x360?

A3+ hp DeskJet 7612 printer with scanner for £29.99 (with £70 cashback / £99.99 before cashback)@ HP! order by 31st Jan
Found 30th JanFound 30th Jan
For anyone looking for a cheap A3 printer, you can't go wrong with this for £30. I Ordered from HP with free next day delivery and invoice they email you has the serial number in i… Read more
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Honest answers please. Who else followed the startup sheet and couldn't turn the dam printer on?????? The button is on the right OR was it just me?


I got mine delivered yesterday after 2 days riding round on the van, how BIG is the box! I've put the box on end and sat it on for now. I did my claim yesterday so should be coming soon.


I bought on the 30th Jan, claimed on the 31st of Jan, got a confirmation the rebate had been paid into my bank yesterday :-) so 8 days all in. pretty good service by HP!


What's the timescale for the cashback once claim is made?


Click through the "Get Deal" link, Scroll to the bottom of that page, Under FAQ click "Claim your Cashback or Promotion" On this page - scroll down to the last entry and click "HP Printer Cashback" ending 31/1/2018 And you will be on the Cashback page. I tried posting a direct link but it defaulted to the HP French Homepage. Hope this helps and if possible could you give me any feedback on my "Clunky Output Tray" query?

OMEN by HP Accelerator Shell - GA1-1010na save £100 with voucher YES3 - £199 @ HP
Found 26th JanFound 26th Jan
Was looking to add some graphics power beef to my laptop whilst home utilising the Thunderbolt 3 on my laptop. This gets great reviews, doubling as an all-round docking station. I… Read more

If your laptop has thunderbolt 3, yes.


Is it a good idea for me to buy this, along with a decent vga, connect them to my laptop then connect them to a monitor for gaming purposes? I know it sounds like a pain and ppl would recommend getting a pc but just for the sake of argument, is it viable?


You gotta buy this for £200 then add another £280 for a worthwhile graphics card (1050 Ti's don't count as their performance is shocking for 2018 tbh). All just so you can play Minecraft at 200 fps instead of 150 fps.


£20 is a fair price for this rubbish, just to test and then would go with the rest of my junk in the loft.


Thanks for the heads up, did some digging and yep looks like they are GTX 450 hacked to appear as GTX 960. Contacted seller to cancel order. May just pay extra and get a 1050 T

HP Officejet 7612 A3 Wireless All-in-One Printer £99 printer with £70 cashback
Found 24th JanFound 24th Jan
Receive £70 cashback when you purchase this qualifying A3 printer. Cashback must be claimed within 30 days from purchase. Offer ends 31/01/2018
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I got my 70 today. However, when I was checking the claim status I noticed: Transaction Value (initial) GBP 70.00 Transaction Value (adjusted) GBP 58.33 so, I was worried a bit, but eventually I got 70, so all well that ends well. :D


Thanks just received my £70 from Techprotect PS i purchased from amazon (because they had a £10 discount on the day for prime)


According do current terms has to be purchased before the 31st January and submitted within 30 days so you should be good. Amazon should qualify for cashback, received an e-mail response: ---------- Forwarded message ---------- From: promotions <HP.Promotions@techprotect.de> Date: 29 January 2018 at 15:38 Subject: AW: HP Cashback (UK) To: XXXXXXXXXXXX Dear XXXXXXXXXXXX XXXXXXXXXXXX, Thank you for your e-mail. Please be kindly informed that as long as you are able to provide an invoice from amazon then you are able to particiapte. Furthermore, please note that order confirmation/dispatch notes are not eligible documents to process your claim. Amazon UK is a reseller that other customers have purchased from before so it is acceptable. We hope to have informed you sufficiently. Thank you. Kind regards XXXXXXXXXXXX XXXXXXXXXXXX HP Global Promotion Services Tel.: 020 3 027 7423 | Fax: +49 7031 7632 5111 promotions@hp.com TechProtect GmbH for HP Global Promotion Services Director: Barbara Helbig | Service Delivery: Klaus Kohler HP International Sarl 150 Route du Nant d’Avril | 1217 Meyrin 2 Geneva | Switzerland


Would have been awesome. My wife ordered from HP last Wednesday and have not heard a dicky-bird from them after trying to contact them several times. Apparently they're "processing payment" which is what the status has been since ordering. It's as if they know there's a really good code going around and if they hold orders off for a bit they won't need to pay up.............. She even found it difficult cancelling the order. Now ordered from Amazon. Hopefully it'll arrive in time for the code to be put in.


Just applied for the £70 cashback will let you know how it goes.

HP OMEN Gaming Laptop - i5-7300HQ, GTX 1050, 8 GB RAM, 1TB (YES3 coupon for £100 off) £699 @ HP
Found 24th JanFound 24th Jan
YES3 coupon for £100 off, otherwise it's £799 Windows 10 Home 64 Intel® Core™ i5-7300HQ (2.5 GHz base frequency, up to 3.5 GHz with Intel® Turbo Boost Technology, 6 MB cache, 4 … Read more



Wasn’t the same spec posted a few weeks a go with a free hp bro headset? Could be different not sure


I have unidays, do you want it. I'm OP but didn't know it's cheaper for students. Not everyone will be a student so yeah.



No worries

OMEN by HP 15-ce020na Gaming Laptop - GTX 1060 MAX Q G-SYNC - i5 7300 - 120hz IPS Screen - 1TB HDD - 8GB DDR4 Ram - £899 with £100 off with discount code "YES3" £899 @ HP UK Store
Found 23rd JanFound 23rd Jan
Nice discount on this HP Omen. £100 off with discount code bring price down to £899 No SSD unfortunately, but a good screen and it's generally well reviewed. I know some will dow… Read more
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Both have pro's and con's The one you posted has a bigger screen, an SSD and faster i7 processor The one I posted has a much faster graphics processor and a better quality 120hz screen All things considered I'd say my one is the better laptop (especially for gaming)


Forgive me I'm not the most technical. I was looking at getting this, but I saw this one on clearance from Hp too http://store.hp.com/UKStore/Merch/Product.aspx?id=1ZL40EA&opt=ABU&sel=NTB it's £879? I know it's a bit of a hard question but which one do you think is the better buy?


Can't say for certain but the 17" model is compatible so this one should be too


Is this drive compatible? Thanks https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/samsung-960-evo-250gb-m2-nvme-solid-state-drive-9797-with-code-at-amazon-2883282

Selection of HP Envy Photo printers with 15% off and instant ink trial @ HP
Found 15th JanFound 15th Jan
A selection of HP Envy Photo printers, available with 15% off (use code PRINT15). Prices after the discount code: HP ENVY Photo 6230 @ £59.50 (4 month instant ink trial) HP ENV… Read more

This is the one I picked up, added to the fact when registering for the free ink you can add another 3 months to it as well, so worked out to £43 with a years free ink included.


https://www.currys.co.uk/gbuk/computing-accessories/printers-scanners-and-ink/printers/hp-envy-5546-home-photo-all-in-one-wireless-inkjet-printer-10143742-pdt.html Isnt this better? Comes with more months worth of ink and it’s cheaper