New Poster Printer question

  Kissmyface 17:05 17 Oct 08
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Hi Guys, first post so hello to all.

I have been out of the printer market for some time and need to purchase a new one.

After trawling through endless useless review sites i have decided to turn ot a forum for help.

Please can you recommend a printer on the following :

i) Under £100
ii) economical cartridge system
iii) ability to print photos max 5x7
iv) A4 largest print size.
v) general home usage

Thanks in advance for your time

Dave

  pj123 17:36 17 Oct 08

Any current Epson Printer will do what you want.

I have two Epson R220 printers and one R285 printer.

Compatible ink at good prices from Choice Stationery click here

  pj123 17:38 17 Oct 08

Any current Epson Printer will do what you want.

I have two Epson R220 printers and one R285 printer.

Compatible ink at good prices from Choice Stationery click here

  Kissmyface 17:57 17 Oct 08

Hi thanks for the info does not look lkiek many places stock the R220 anymore, do you have any recommendations as to where i can purchase one?

Thanks

Dave

  jellyhead 18:22 17 Oct 08

I have just got myself a Canon Pixma IP4600, so far very impressed.

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  tom.walker 10:06 22 Jan 09

There is a whole lot of printers out there to do what you want. Many printers targeted at home users.

Some of these are Lexmark E120n, Kodak Easy Share Printers, Canon Pixma iP2600 Photo Printer is another.

If you are comfortable using generic ink cartridges then there's good savings to be had there as well, for cheap cartridges you can click here

  Woolwell 15:26 22 Jan 09

The Lexmark E120N is a mono laser and doesn't meet the requirements.

I would recommend an Epson or Canon (Canon are getting some good reviews recently). Choose a printer that has separate colour cartridges (cyan, magenta and yellow and maybe more). Personally I would avoid Lexmark inkjet because of the running costs.

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