In the past I have had a very hard time justifying the purchase of a cheap multifunction or all in one printer. It’s seemed like a waist to put money into a scanner that was attached to a printer you would probably have to replace in a few years anyways, even if the scanner is still in good condition.
My thoughts changed last weekend when I went shopping for groceries. Randomly at the end of one of the isles was a HP PSC 1410 All-in-One printer. Normally when I see stuff like that I buy amoxil online with examination just walk past, but the price tag caught my eye. The printer was only $35.60 AUD (about $25.00 USD)! I thought for sure that I was confused, but sure enough the printer, with regular (non-starter) ink cartridges, a built in scanner AND a USB cable (normally $12.00 more) was only $35.60.
I had actually been looking around for some new printer cartridges for my older HP Inkjet printer before this and those cartridges alone would have cost me more than this new printer, about $45.00. After grabbing a printer and putting it in my trolly I considered grabbing a second one, but I thought that I might have a hard time convincing my wife of the wisdom in that.
Chances are pretty good that the printer is a “grey market” printer. Meaning that it was manufactured for sale in the Asian market but then imported by Woolworths for sale in Australia. I checked out the warranty though, and the thing is warrantied here, so it’s all good.
Obviously HP is hoping to make up the money in new ink cartridges, but I will probably be going for ink refills anyway. Besides, at this price I can just pick up a new all in one printer if I need new cartridges.