I was scouring the web yesterday for a epson cx3200 all in one. Lo and behold up popped PCW with an offer price of £99.99.
The reviews on it in PCA a few months ago were quite good but suggesting it at around £150. Now I already have a c62 for another machine and this does the job fine. My compatible cartridges are £6 colour and £5.20 for black. The same cartridges fit the cx3200.
I may have been able to get it on line for a few quid cheaper, but I was able to pick it up straight away and not pay P&P.
The machine works grand on x\p and I am very happy with it.
Dabs has them at £116.32 and EBuyer at £115.83..you got a good deal. I thought PCW were always the most expensive place around? I am convinced that those who keep saying PCW are the most expensive would rather pay £15ish more and wait for delivery ;-))))
Yes they are £19.99 but you have to buy a usb cable in the deal at £9.99 so thats £29.98. Only prob is they had none in stock.
Usually they are dear. I rang their hot line to make sure they had plenty of cx3200's in stock and to confirm price. Before I travelled there.:) They do have the occasional bargain, that's the time to act quickly.
My local computer shop sells a-a and a-b leads for £1.20. It may be that PCW have only sold 2 from there vast stock of say 100,000 usb cables nationwide.lol Even the computer novice buying for the first time would baulk at paying £9.99 for a lead.
Joking apart the c44 is £10 cheaper than staples, £39.99 and half of the price on most computer shops, £59.99. If you can find one in store and IF you take the voucher from the paper.
The epson CX3200 and the Epson CX5200 BOTH have USB cables in the box, so there is no need to buy extra. You may not have been told by the sales people in PCW. i have bouhgt at least 15 of these printers for friends and family and they all are very happy with the quality