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    Anyone Recommend a New Printer Required

    My Printer is on its last legs.

    Can anyone recommend a colour ink printer for under £50. We do a lot of printing so really
    cheap compatibles cartridges is the main key I suppose.

    Thanks

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    I recently bought a kodak easyshare 5100. It's £60 from currys at the moment with free delivery but it does have a full ink inside instead of a tester. Also the cartridges were about £15 for a pack of both colour and black ink. Seemed the most cost effective. Hope this helps.

    Hi a friend of mine has just got a complete new pc setup and bought this printer

    amazon.co.uk/Eps…Q5O

    I went round and set it all up and the printer looks a quality piece of kit for budget money.

    With it being and epson you can buy the chipped cartridges from ebay


    hope this helps

    ste

    Just after Christmas i bought a Canon Pixma 3300 from the Canon outlet shop on ebay.

    The Pixma 3300 is a current WHICH? magazine Best Buy.

    I got mine for £24 including delivery. Some people were lucky and won them for even less!

    Mine was brand new out of the box with all the accessories that you would get if bought through a normal retail outlet. I'm very pleased with its features and performance.

    Only thing it doesn't come with is the USB cable but I picked on up for £2 in Wilkinsons (they wanted £16 in Currys!).

    Unfortunately there are none available from the Canon shop at the moment but there are 2 or 3 Brand New ones from private sellers, one that has only got a bid of £5 and is due to end in just over an hour.

    Hope this is of some help

    Mottmania

    You can still get the HP D7160 from their site for £53 delivered (with 5% back from Quidco)

    Use code SANTA for this price. This is an excellent quality printer and very cheap to run.

    h10010.www1.hp.com/wwp…KEN

    You get really good printers everywhere but always check the price of the refills they can be more than the printer. The manufacturers make the most mark-up on inks and paper so they sell machines with all the gizmos for less than they should in order to make a whooping profit on consumables.

    See Brother DCP 330c, good quality print scan and copy and cheap to run around £10 for the 4 compatible carts. £50 from Ryman last week free del
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