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fire

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hi i have an epson sx415 multifunction device. i use compatible cartridges due to the little printing and cost issue. recently my printer has stopped accepting these compatible carts. im so fed up with epson and fancy a change probably to canon but again would want to use compatible inks. can anyone suggest a good printer with cheap ink that i could switch to

thanks

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Fingees

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A few weeks ago, I bought a Kodak Hero 5.1 printer/scanner.

It's the best printer I have ever had.

The ink is so cheap, I no longer use compatibles.

The software is regularly updated.

Excellent piece of equipment.

All the best.

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spuds

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I have a number of different make printers. The latest addition (about 12 months ago) was a Brother DCP-135C all-in-one, which is a super bit of kit. The compatibles for that LC-970 B/Y/C/M cost about 50 pence each, and seem to last for ages.

The DCP-135C as possibly been replaced by another model with a very similar chassis. Well worth a look?.

Regarding Canon, I have a Pixma, which also covers most of my needs. Cheap print cartridges are a little more dearer to obtain.

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mobing

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if you don't need to print too much stuffs , i think you'd better use the orginal ink !

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chub_tor

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I switched from Epson to Canon a long time ago and have had excellent service from each machine that I have bought. I am currently using an MP610 which is no longer manufactured but have my eye on one of the newer wireless models such as the mg5250.

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fire

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many thanks for the information ...i think i will have a look at the kodak ...although it is dearer than most of the others...

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spuds

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You might find that the Kodak as a similar model under the Dell brand!.

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fire

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does that include the kodak hero does anybody know???

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