Excerpt: I have owned a number of printers since first starting to use a computer in 2002, none of them have been that robust and have soon let me down. But the one printer that has held it’s own is the HP Deskjet F2180.
Excerpt: The Price = = = = = After visiting my local Asda supermarket I came across this HP Deskjet F2180 All-in-One Printer for only £25. Having needed a new printer due to our old one packing in, I thought this would be a great replacement since it was manufactured by the highly reputable HP, combined a printer, scanner and copier in one device and best of all it was shockingly low in price.
Excerpt: "...supermarket I came across this HP Deskjet F2180 All-in-One Printer for only £25. Having needed a new printer due to our old one packing in, I thought this would be a great replacement since it was manufactured by the highly reputable HP, combined a printer, scanner and copier in one device and best of all it was shockingly low in price. == Specifications == • A4 Multifunction Inkjet Printer • Scanner, Copier • Up to 20ppm Mono Print Speed • Up ...
Pros: Simple to set - up and use, all in one, quality print outs, not noisy, lightweight .
Excerpt: I always think that there is no point in having a computer or laptop if you can't print anything from it and I therefore purchased this HP Deskjet F2180 printer a few years ago. HP is a well-known computer brand and the printer cost me about £30 from Curry's which I thought was a bargain. The printer is quite compact and fits easily on a small table in my spare bedroom/office.
Excerpt: This review is also on my ciao account under the username alexcatt97. Once our old printer had finally broken we had to buy a new one, and we found his for a very cheap price of only £25 in Asda and it was very cheap because It also has photocopier and scanner installed into it. ===Printer Quality=== When you but a printer, you usually expect good print quality especially from big brands like "HP" and with this printer you definitely get that and all of the detail in any...
Excerpt: The HP Desktop F2180 all in one printer was one of the first models on the market which brought together three essential computer accessories, and put them all into one device. It was definitely the first all in one model that I personally owned, and lasted a good few years, but as technology advanced, it became outdated, and I wanted a newer model.
Excerpt: I bought the HP Deskjet F2180 from Tesco's around three years ago, it was cheap compared to other all-in-one printers on the market (I think around £30) and I trusted HP as a brand. Having had a lot of problems with a Lexmark printer previously, I was concerned with reliability. For a very long time I had no problems with my printer.
Excerpt: "...is a branded printer by HP the ink is slightly more expensive than it would be if you, for example, bought a Asda own printer. Overall, I think that the value for money on this printer I great as it is very cheap. ===Summary=== In conclusion this is a very good quality printer which prints great quality pictures and documents and includes a photocopier and scanner for only £25 so if you need a new printer, I would definitely consider purchasing ...
Pros: Includes photocopier and scanner and prints great quality pictures and documents
Summary: For the price, this is a reasonable printer, but it is well worth spending a bit more money and getting something better. You get the bare minimum printing capabilities. Tiny pixels are visible on 300dpi document prints on close inspection, while the printer lacks borderless printing for photos. The printer is sloppy with alignment and will tend to distort straight edges into slightly wobbly ones.
Summary: HP is a good name but this is a very disappointing product. It is a reasonable photocopier but I mainly wanted it to print from the computer and this is something it rarely manages. Print jobs get stuck in the print queue and take hours to delete. I have been on a number of forums, only to discover that plenty of people have the same problems and, if you have, there are no easy solutions. I wish I'd looked at the forums before buying this machine!