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HP Deskjet 2130 All-in-One Printer - $25 with Free C&C @ Harvey Norman

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Hey all,

Was looking for printers and came across this one. Great deal in my opinion as it includes ink cartridges (worth at least $25 by itself!)

In the box:
HP DeskJet 2130 All-in-One Printer
HP 63 Setup Black Ink Cartridge (~110 pages)
HP 63 Setup Tri-color Ink Cartridge (~100 pages)
Software CD
Setup Poster
Power cord
USB cable

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  • +2 votes

    I got this via a previous OzB deal for $18 at Harvey Norman.

    Ink will last only a handful of pages. Already ran out of black ink and printed less fhan 40 pages.

    It is not a WiFi printer and does include the USB cable.

    Some of the external plastic housing is bright fluro greenish yellow and may be an eyesore in your home.

  • +3 votes

    I have this printer and its working fine after 2.5 years. I just use it to print coloured uni slides. I recommend a second monocolour laser though, just because its more cost effective in the long run. But yeah, decent price on a decent printer. Generic ink works fine too.

    https://www.ebay.com.au/sch/i.html?_from=R40&_sacat=0&_nkw=H...

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      which printer do you have?

    • -2 votes

      Generic ink

      Surely you'd just buy more printers instead of wasting money on replacement ink. The market has spoken and we all know that the free hand of the market is a real thing and it decides the right thing to do - so obvious!

      OK, it has nothing to do with Adam Smith anymore, in fact it's the complete opposite of what Adam Smith actually meant which is what happens when you take a quote like "free hand of the market" completely out of context but I'm braindead and I believe any old crap that the politicians i voted for told me so it must be like a real thing that exists. The market is always right!

  • +7 votes

    I don't think they include full cartridges with new printers

  • +2 votes

    The general rule is, the cheaper the printer the more costly is the ink.

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    Good price, and ink cartridges are more than half full, but I'd spend the extra $10 and get the wireless model (3632) from Officeworks or the GoodGuys.

    • +1 vote

      I've got the wireless model and it is very painful at times. Sometimes it just refuses to connect and thus I have to plug up anyway :(

      • +2 votes

        That's just how printers act - it's 2017 and making a standard for connecting printers is way too hard!

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          I have a Epson wireless WF-3540 printer/scanner and Ive never had any trouble with it, bought out of a Ozbargain deal of cause :)

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        How do you even connect? I can't seem to set it up.

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  • +3 votes

    Saw pallets full of something similar at the good guys for $19
    Top Quality landfill

    • +1 vote

      So much landfill or it gets shipped to some third world country to get pulled apart but it's never our problem.

      Maybe place an additional deposit on the price tag of all white goods (10% or maybe a minimum of $10). When it fails, hand it in to an e-waste center to collect the deposit, same as we have with beverages in advanced States.

      Just a thought.

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