whats the best printer for cheap ink?
Im looking to buy a printer i have a budget of around £50.
I will be printing lots of photos and documents therefore i need a printer with fairly cheap cartridges.
It doesn't have to be excellent quality im more concerned with the price of ink cartridges than print quality to be honest.
i look forward to your replies thank you.
- Eye see!Lv 61 decade agoFavourite answer
Which ink is cheap is like asking what flame throwing wont set you on fire.
They are all much of a muchness but they say Kodak's ink is about the cheapest.
- RiffRaffLv 51 decade ago
You can't beat a Kodak Easyshare printer for quality and cheapness of inks. They are a bit dearer than £50 but the inks are the cheapest on the market, £15-70 approx for a black and color combi pack. I know that a lot of people say buy a cheaper printer and use compatible inks, but this can be dangerous as those inks can burn out your printer heads and they don't always tell you when the cartridges are empty as they always seem to show full when using the printer. I know this to my cost as I have used these inks in a Lexmark and an Epson and they have buggered up the Printer. It is best to go for quality over cheapness. The back up service by Kodak is second to none as well. I had a faulty printer head on the printer I bought, I phoned them and they had a new one at my door the next day along with a combi pack of inks as an apology.Source(s): Riffraff
- Bob BobLv 51 decade ago
I have just bought a HP photosmart C4580 wireless printer a week ago to replace a similar lexmark printer that stuffed up after three weeks when I decided to save 20 pounds and get my cartridges filled at smart cartridge. This proved a big mistake as it cost 55 pounds at Tesco for a new printer.
Having had HP printers before I am not a lover because I thought the software took over my laptop and slowed it down, but this printer is really good. You can also buy ink cartridges (351 xl and 350 xl) which will print 5 times as much as an ordinary cartridge but are less than twice the price of the standard cartridge. The quality of the printing is excellent, I don't print many photos but I did try a few and the colour quality was first class.
Tesco also do a non wireless version which I think is 40 pounds. I grudge the cost of ink but with the hp xl cartridges its not bad value, and Tesco do their own brand of cartridge a couple of pounds cheaper to fit the hp printer.
Be watch-full of buying from Curry's, Dixon's or pc world as that's where i bought my lexmark from then realised that particular model number was exclusive to them and the gun was held to my head with the cost of the ink cartridges !!!
- 6 years ago
Whats the best printer for cheap ink?
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- ?Lv 51 decade ago
Epson SX200 is £40.00 at Comet, and the inks are £10 for the four colours at Birmingham Rag MarketSource(s): I know it, cause I have done it
- Anonymous1 decade ago
GO FOR THE EPSON RANGE BUT DONT BUY OFF EPSON THEM SEVLES AS THEY TOO EXPENSIVE SHOP AROUND I GET MY CARTRIDGES FOR £8.00 A SET COMPATABLES AND HAVE THE EPSON STYLUS SX100 ALL IN ONE SCANNER PRINTER COPIER AND THE EPSON CARTRIDGES GENUINE RANGE FROM 7QUID BLACK ONLY TO 16 QUID FOR FULL SET OF 4 BLACK AND COLOUR AND DONT BUY FROMPC WORLD AS THEY ARE EXPENSIVE STUPID PRICES THEY CHARGE USE ON LINE PEOPLE THAT GIVE YOU COMPATABLE INK OR GO FOR A CONSTANT INK SUPPLY SYSTEM FROM MEDEA IN DUNDEE TELL THEMWHAT MAKE MODEL PRINTER YOU HAVE IF IT EPSON YOU WILL HAVE NO TROUBLE FOR A C.I.S.S KEEP OFF H.P THEY ARE VERY EXPENSIVE FOR INK AND REPAIRS AND LEXMARK IS ACTUALLY DELL IN ANOTHER NAME AND THEY ARE ALL MOTHER F. ING STUPID PRICES SO MY ADVICE IS EPSON CHEAP INKGOOD PRINTING AND SECOND BEST FOR MAINTAINENCE REPAIRS AND HELP
- 1 decade ago
If you believe me that low or say entry level printers are cheaper but their printing is very expensive comparing to at least mid-range Printers.
so go for that ,
- gerardLv 41 decade ago
- Anonymous1 decade ago
hello take a look at the links below and see which one fits your requirements.Source(s): http://articles.directorym.net/Epson_Photo_Printer... http://articles.directorym.com/HP_Deskjet_6980-a80... http://articles.directorym.com/HP_Deskjet_460wbt-a... http://articles.directorym.com/HP_Officejet_Pro_K8... http://articles.directorym.com/Sagem_Photo_Easy_11... http://articles.directorym.com/Epson_Stylus_Photo_... http://articles.directorym.com/Hewlett_Packard_Des... http://articles.directorym.com/Stylus_Photo_950-a9... http://articles.directorym.com/Hewlett_Packard_Pho... http://articles.directorym.com/Canon_CP_300_Photo_...
- Anonymous1 decade ago
Avoid Lexmark ..Pay peanuts get monkeys