Printer recommendations

  jbp1982 15:45 18 Nov 2005
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Failing my miserable order of an R300, that would have taken another 3 weeks.....

I cancelled and went to PCW for the Epson R340. What an amazing printer!!

More than satisfied with it, produced excellent printed dvds. Have tried photo printing and all sorts. The little full colour lcd on the front is so cool. Put in the card from your camera into the card reader and you can choose which photos to print on the colour display and do a bit of editing all without turning the computer ON!

Well impressed for £130.

Is everyone as happy as me?

My last printer was a C66.

  ade.h 18:03 18 Nov 2005

Canons are good and they have the cheapest running costs.

  jbp1982 11:16 19 Nov 2005

I've alwasy used/been around epson printers.

  keewaa 11:27 19 Nov 2005

I like the canon MP110 for a cheap multifunctional with cheap ink .... they seem to have replaced it with the MP150 which uses a different cartridge and I'm trying to discover if cheap cartridge for this are available.

  wednesday 13 18:01 19 Nov 2005

epsons I feel are the averaged out printer. some may be loud and may not be the fastest, but they have the best service and will be the one for printers. just like JVC for camcorders.

  jbp1982 10:39 21 Nov 2005

this one is fast and silent.

My old one used to make the table sway back and forth.

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