Help - which multifunction printer?

  torgrosset 08 Feb 13
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Hi, I was hoping somebody could please help as I'm now desperate! I work for a company which is a registered charity and we are based in a public building with no internet access.

We had a multifunctional printer (Canon MP600) which has died on us and that model is no longer availbale. We used it for copying, scanning and printing photos direct from a SD card as we don't have access to a PC/laptop. For printing photos our old printer used to take the photos direct from a SD card (which I understand is the "norm" nowadays) however we couls also select a layout and which photos we wanted to print so that it printed 8 x different photos on 1 x A4 piece of paper without using a PC - it did it all from the SD card via the printer itself.

We are desperately looking for a printer that does the same but finding it difficult to find one - please help! As we're a charity we don't have a huge budget, possibly up to around £150 ish and we don't really need/want anything fancy, so long as it prints, copies, scans and has the option of puting multiple photos onto one sheet of paper without using a PC. Thanks.

  Nontek 08 Feb 13
  HondaMan 10 Feb 13

Try here PrinbterBase

  torgrosset 11 Feb 13

Thanks for the replies, we've found a suitable printer now.

  HondaMan 11 Feb 13

Purely as a matter of interest, which one?

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