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    ?Can anyone recommend a good printer as above,for mainly printing photos at a decent price...i'm after one for the wife..left it late i know but thats me..

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    Whats your budget mate? Personally with personal home printers I would stick to HP.

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    Quote Originally Posted by d_ghedia View Post
    Whats your budget mate? Personally with personal home printers I would stick to HP.
    Iv'e got about £50 to throw at one cheers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by macdad View Post
    Iv'e got about £50 to throw at one cheers.
    This one looks quite good.. fairly good resolution and you get change from a 50.

    Click here

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    I went for the Canon MP610 recently. Above your budget, but a nice peice of kit.

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    before choosing any printer have a look at how much the ink will cost
    its ok getting a printer for 50 quid but a bit silly if you spend nearly that to replace the ink tanks when they run out

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    The best one for all in value is the Canon MP610, it does everything, reads cards,label CD's etc, £97 at PCW.


    And the CLi carts can refill time and again.

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    Scrub that, I went to get one and it's gone back up to £147

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    For a budget unit i have just brought a HP F4272 its a print/copy/scanner all in one very good print quality and good overall finish all for £39.99 which should now be reduced even more from pc world
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    HP seem pretty good

    but for quality and cheapness, get your pics done at Boots if you have time!

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