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£32.99 Hewlett-Packard (HP) Deskjet F4210 All-In-One Printer

The HP Deskjet F4210 All-in-One is designed for users looking for a fast, easy-to-use and economical all-in-one that delivers great results at home or in the office, fast performance and a range of user-friendly tools.

Get consistent, dependable performance with this durable HP Deskjet all-in-one. Enjoy the peace of mind of the world's most reliable printer brand2, and the proven performance of HP Deskjet, relied on by more than 200 million customers around the world.

Choose standard Original HP ink cartridges or print 3x more black pages and 2x more colour pages with optional high-capacity ink cartridges3. Save energy too with this Energy Star qualified printer.

Do more - and do it faster - with this versatile all-in-one. Print at up to 17 ppm black, 13 ppm colour, and make copies via your PC4. Print high-quality borderless photos in all popular sizes - 10 x 15 cm, 13 x 18 cm, panorama (10 x 30 cm), A4 and more - and get enhanced detail with HP dual drop weight technology.

Scan paperwork, photos, books and more using the built-in scanner5. Get laser-quality text and vivid colour graphics using HP Vivera inks. Easy set-up with simple controls and helpful software - get started in no time.

Enjoy easy set-up and worry-free operation with HP's intuitive software. Make use of a range of helpful tools including one-touch print cancel button and an ink backup mode that lets you keep on printing when one cartridge runs out.

Get great results from web pages with HP Smart Web Printing6 and print your photos using HP Photosmart Essential software6. Compact design and neat fold-up tray means this versatile device fits almost anywhere.

You can buy this HP Deskjet F4210 for £32.99. You can also find similar deals from our online price comparator.

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