All in 1 Printers

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    feckit 4x4 Cruncher VIP Member

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    My Mum is after an all in one printer & it must also do standalone printing.
    So any ideas or views on any brands?
     
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    I'd go for a canon personally, as the tanks are usually separate and not chipped. :) Is it going to be for high volume printing, or just occasional use?
     
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    Not high volume, but it may get a good workout once or twice a week with 20 pages+. Would like it to be economical with cartridges & may be have a card reader?? Was thinking of HP, but if someone knows a better make, price up to £100. Downside my Mum wants to buy fron a high street shop, ie: pcworld, currys, comet, dixons or john lewis!! She does not want to buy online & i'm know it's not worth arguing with her over this:eek:
     
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    You can`t get better than a Canon-can;) cartridges are cheap too:thumb:
     
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    I like the look of the Canon MP450 @ £120, has a card reader as well, if it's the same as my Dad's camera card i think i may have found the one for them:thumb:
     
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    i seen a few in staples

    dont know the make but worth checking em out looked good value for money
     
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    forgotten about them psd99 & can look at what replacment cartridges are at the same time:thumb:
     
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    Online price inc. VAT & delivery: £82.69

    Instore price: £119.99

    Difference in price: £37.30

    It costs that much more to buy instore.

    Somebody needs their bumps feeling :lol:

    And, er, HP all the way :p

    Although I do like the fact Canon's cartridges aren't chipped, means you can get them re-filled nice and cheap.
     
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    How about the Canan PIXMA MP500?
     
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    feckit 4x4 Cruncher VIP Member

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    Why have you had a go?
     
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    my mates thinking of getting it

    hes not sure if it photocpies cuz thas what he needs

    ne ideas?
     
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    well............
     
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    I feel like a TWAT NOW!!

    this is what I meant:

    http://www.currys.co.uk/martprd/sto...gory_oid=-20748

    lol

    so does THIS CANNON all in one PHOTOCOPY?
     
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    You ain't doing very well ... that link is err, wrong also ... you can read English?

    :p
     
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    muckshifter Captain Crunchie, Retired Moderator

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    = Printer/ Scanner / Coppier ... Like I said, do you not read English very well?

    Coppier = short word for PhotoCoppier ... although Photos don't come out that good on them. ;)

    :)
     
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    cheers

    nope cant read/speak or write english anymore :(
     
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