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2009/07/16 21:38:08 (permalink)

Cost effective printer

I threw out a old but nice HP DeskJet 895Cxi printer when I moved house in Feb, and deeply regret it now as new ink was cheap from Tesco IIRC and it worked completely hassle free and quickly enough for my needs.

Anyway, I need a printer that is reliable, simple and most importantly, cost-effective regards toner/ink.

Suggestions on a postcard please!

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    CalderaVII
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    Re:Cost effective printer 2009/07/16 22:01:42 (permalink)
    Look for a Canon in the price range of £70-100 and you will have to search no more.
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    cu3ed
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    Re:Cost effective printer 2009/07/16 22:15:46 (permalink)
    Hp have the most amount of universal in cartidges on the market as they have a free license to have them made, more chance of finding a cheaper ink deal.
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    Re:Cost effective printer 2009/07/16 23:39:30 (permalink)
    Yes I agree with the Canon one, I have had no problems with mine.

    I have a IP600 with Continuous Ink (off ebay for about £50 - full with ink) just stick it on the side, ink lasts for yeaaaars

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    Re:Cost effective printer 2009/07/16 23:42:12 (permalink)
    I have a Xerox 6110 colour laser that was cheap and produces pretty good results.  Toner has been lasting a long time so far.
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    Re:Cost effective printer 2009/07/16 23:45:56 (permalink)
    tesco are doing an HP one for £29 - half price.

    It's one of those 3 in 1 things - looks good.
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    Re:Cost effective printer 2009/07/17 00:07:05 (permalink)
    tubbyman

    tesco are doing an HP one for £29 - half price.

    It's one of those 3 in 1 things - looks good.

    That is cheap. 

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    Re:Cost effective printer 2009/07/17 07:14:06 (permalink)
    I was going to buy one but none of the staff could confirm or deny that it came with ink carts......
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