• expired

HP Deskjet Inkjet MFC Printer 2130 $15 @ Officeworks (Limit 3 Per Customer)

563

HP DeskJet Inkjet MFC Printer is perfect for keeping in your workspace so you can print, copy and scan documents and images. It comes ready to go with a USB cable in the box so you'll be able to get up and running in no time.
- With this machine you can print, copy and scan documents up to A4 size.
- It will print black and white documents at speeds of up to 7.5 pages per minute (PPM).
- Your images and documents will look great thanks to the print resolution of 4800 x 1200.
- The paper tray can store up to 60 sheets at a time, allowing you to have paper ready to go.
- The printer supports wired connections and comes with a USB cable.
- This machine is compatible with the HP 63 and HP 63XL ink series.
- It has a compact white design which is easy to fit on top of a desk in your workspace.
- This printer comes with a 12 month warranty for added peace of mind.

Related Stores

Officeworks
Officeworks

closed Comments

  • +2 votes

    I wish they would mention how many prints from the starter ink cartridges.

  • +6 votes

    Plus $80 for ink.

    HP 63 Setup Tri-color Ink Cartridge (~100 pages)

    At 5% coverage? Just a bit of text, no images or backgrounds.
    More like ten pages of artwork.

    • +2 votes

      lol was about to ask how much ink was.

    • +1 vote

      The pack with both black and tri-colour is $79.93.
      https://www.officeworks.com.au/shop/officeworks/p/hp-63-ink-...

      The black on its own is $27.28
      https://www.officeworks.com.au/shop/officeworks/p/hp-63-ink-...

      Colour on its own is $35.58
      https://www.officeworks.com.au/shop/officeworks/p/hp-63-ink-...

      So $62.86, not $80.

      Still not that great a bargain.

      • +36 votes

        Negging this deal because the ink price is 4-5 times the cost of the printer and this pricing behaviour is deceptive and unsustainable. Full size ink cartridges should not be allowed to be sold for more than half the cost of the printer. How many of these things get used 10 times and dumped into landfill. I’ll probably get heavily negged for this comment but whatever.

        • +2 votes

          It's an honest comment and should not get negged.

          • +2 votes

            @benx: People tend to neg comments attached to neg deal votes.
            ie when they disagree with the vote, not so much the comment.
            Still not nice, when the post has valid reasons for saying it is a bad deal. Even if you disagree.

            I only even post a printer deal if I can also link to decent-priced consumables. Maybe it should be a rule?

          •  

            @benx: I'd neg the comment for this:

            Full size ink cartridges should not be allowed to be sold for

            No thanks, we don't need more nannying.

        • +1 vote

          Also the cost of production of ink is less than $1. Not worth getting scammed on ink, better to get an continuous ink tank printer.

      • +1 vote

        If you don't do a lot of printing and after a little wifi inkjet you'd probably do better with something like the HP2623. Can be had for $40, though think I paid $25, and the HP65 ink is on average $20 for colour or B/W. The ink can often be found for less such as $34 for both.

        Bohdud is spot on and the printer market calls for one to be conscientious. Another useful link is the HP ink cashback located HERE, which gives you a chance to buy certain ink cartridges in bulk effectively at half price, including XL capacities.

        • +1 vote

          Don't quite agree. If you don't do a lot of printing like my last couple printers, the black got clogged and no amount of Deep Cleaning got it ever working again. I have multiple MFC inkjets that can no longer print in black. Handing homework in dark blue… but sometimes needed colour :(

  • +1 vote

    100% sure it's doesn't have any AirPrint or Google print. It's a wired model.

  •  

    Good find OP.

  • +1 vote

    Any other good contenders in the efficient and budget printer category?

    In the realm of printing I wonder what is the equivalent of the gtx 1060 or just best bang for buck even in the long term.

    • +4 votes

      what is the printer equivalent of the gtx 1060

      Haha thanks for the lols

    • -1 vote

      It depends on how much printing you will do. Cheapest high capacity inkjet I've seen is the Brother A3 Inkjet MFC Printer MFC-J5330DW, $209 at Officeworks. The black cartridge does 3000 pages for about $70. The 3 colours are about $45 each for 1500 pages.

  • +2 votes

    This is surprisingly quick to print. Picked up for $28 as an interim printer until getting a better one and honestly, it does the job.

    I only use it for shipping labels and the occasional document and so far I've done about 50 pages on the Black starter ink.

    •  

      Todes Angst below says it prints a full colour page every time it's turned on saying no updates available and you can't disable it.

      Is yours doing that?

  •  

    Does anyone know how much power these draw ?.

    •  

      Not enough to even bother concerning yourself with.

      Even if it drew 2000W (it doesn't) it'd be irrelevant because it's only printing for a few seconds per page.

  •  

    Question to ask is can the scanning function be used when ink is empty?

  • +2 votes

    Searching the Officeworks site for
    "Limit: X per customer" I found this 3TB hard drive for $99

    https://www.officeworks.com.au/shop/officeworks/p/seagate-3t...

  •  

    Edit…. Already answered.

  •  

    Any good deals on laser printers.

    Will the cheap compatible or cartridges on ebay work. Is it possible to refill ?

  •  

    Thanks op, needed one after my scanner broke. Been using cam scanner on my phone which is not very professional looking for sending legal documents.

  • +6 votes

    I had one of these and it was honestly the worst printer experience of my life. It is factory setup to use as much ink as possible doing useless shit. Every time you turn these on they print a full page "info sheet" in color saying that there is no bios updates or software updates at this time. EVERY time you turn the Printer on. You also can't disable this. Buyer beware.

    •  

      That's well worth knowing. Thank you.

    • +1 vote

      You need to update the driver/software to latest version, then check settings..

      On many HP printers there is an advanced setting to Calibrate every time it's powered up. after calibration it will print a status page… so you need not not have that option switched on.

  • +1 vote

    This is a very cheap yet great quality scanner

  • +5 votes

    not really a bargain when the ink is more expensive than the printer.

    this is pretty much the reason why so many just get dumped.

    why would you bother paying for replacement ink when you can get a new printer for less than half the cost.

    negging the deal on the fact that this does more damage to the environment

  • +1 vote

    Totally worth if you want a temporary photocopier and a long term scanner. For printing, not worth due to cartridge costs. Thank you OP

  •  

    Unfortunately that's how it works now. They offer cheap printers to lock you into their inks, which is much more expensive. This is how they make their money. Most people stay on and continue to buy the inks, while some will dump the printers.

    I haven't done the maths but I wouldn't be surprised if it's cheaper to buy a replacement cheap printer when the starter ink runs out - especially if these printers are on sale. Might be worth it just for the scanning/fax functionality only!

  •  

    I have a laser printer that suits my purposes, but this is a decent deal just for the scanner function. Might buy it just for that.

  •  

    Thanks, got it :)

  •  

    Was hoping that this cheap printer could print 6x4in cards. Whilst the specs say it does and you can feed multiple cards in the feeder what OW website doesn't reveal is the Print Area capabilities. Unfortunately this printer bottom margin is at a whopping 1.45cm. May not sound much but when you print on small media particularly photos that's a big chunk of wasted space. Sent mine back for a refund.

  • Top