Extremely low price printer

  Kevscar1 15 Sep 11
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Brother MFC-5890CN but are they any good. Always wanted an A3 printer but could never justify the price. Does this one do good A3 photos please

  woodchip 15 Sep 11
  spuds 15 Sep 11

Don't know much about the MFC-5890CN, but I have and use daily a Brother DCP-135C all-in-one printer, which I find very good, fully reliable and very economical to use (compatibles 50p each, 3 coloured, yellow, blue, red 1 larger black cartridges).

Check the Brother warranty, because when I purchased my printer from Rymans, it came with a 12 month warranty, that was extended to 3 years for free by Brother with on-line registration. I think that I paid about £39.99 or £49.99 just over 12 months ago, with free next day delivery thrown in.

  tullie 15 Sep 11

I have just got rid of mine as it wasent compatible with Windows 7 64 bit

  Kevscar1 16 Sep 11

Thanks had a look around don't think I'll bother some questions adout quality of Photo prints.

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