$39 All-in-One Printer/Scanner/Copier at Wal-Mart


hpallinone.jpgI’ve just come home from my local Wal-Mart, and I’ve brought with me the deal of a century.  The big W is now selling the HP F2110 All-in-One Printer/Scanner/Copier for only $39!  I’ve looked into it and it seems as though this may be a model made exclusively for Wal-Mart.  HP doesn’t even list it on their website.

At this price you’re clearly not looking at a high end item, so expect a lack of quality.  I haven’t hooked mine up yet so I can’t confirm on how poor/surprisingly good it is, but considering the low-end all-in-one’s usually start at $100 this is one heck of a steal.   It doesn’t ship with a USB cable or black ink cartridge though, so you’re going to want to pick those up seperately.

Does anyone have any experience with this one yet?


29 responses to “$39 All-in-One Printer/Scanner/Copier at Wal-Mart”

  1. Takhys says:

    We’ve got one of these in the museum where I work and it’s a good little thing — you only need to watch out because the paper feeder is a little shaky and sometimes jams.

  2. Dave Comeau says:

    I’m done with cheap inkjets. My last one was a $100 Epson C85. It is incredibly expensive to reload with ink. And it doesn’t just keep printing until the ink disappears. It just says one day, sorry, you don’t have enough ink to print. Then you can take the cartridge out and shake it, and you can hear ink inside.

    I’m going to do my homework next time and get a relatively efficient laser printer.

    Bottom line, do a cost per page analysis first. The business model is to give away the printer and profit on the ink cartridges. Very crooked if you ask me.

  3. Advantus says:

    The caveat with the low price printers is either the quality or the consumable costs. I know someone who bought a printer for almost nothing and then a new set of cartridges cost more than the printer.
    Do your homework! I know the low price seems tempting but if it is for more than just an occasional use the consumable costs will get you in the long run

  4. Jim Squires says:

    Normally I’d be inclined to agree with you guys, but the black ink cartridge for this one is an HP21, which costs less than $20.

    That being said, I have no comment on the quality yet as I still haven’t hooked it up.

  5. jodew71 says:

    I have an HP printer that came with my laptop (promo from Bell last summer). I’ve always been happy with my Canon inkjet because it was easy to refill the cartridges and they were pretty cheap anyway. I am VERY happy with this HP which also takes the HP21 colour refill cartridge. After Christmas I was able to find the cartridges on sale at the Superstore for $6. The regular price was $24. Yes they are past their expiry date (Oct 07) but I’ve never had a problem with ‘old’ ink so I’m hoping I don’t this time either.
    My last 2 computers were HP so I may just head out to buy the all-in-one at Walmart. I already have a $600 Brother all-in-one that is only 4 years old but Brother has decided not to create a Vista driver for it so I can’t use it with my laptop. Bummer. Let us know what you think of it once you’ve tried all the functions!

  6. serena18 says:

    hey,
    just dropping a hint: you don’t have to buy the ink cartridges from your normal stores. go to online stores where they both have genuine inks and replicas inks for much cheaper. i’ve ordered the replicas (which are cheaper) and they work perfectly! 🙂

  7. Leo says:

    hey can you recommend some websites from where I can purchase replicas ink.

  8. serena18 says:

    i like

    http://www.blankmedia.ca

    cheapest inks, sometimes offers free shipping over a certain amount. great deals. very fast. (only if in canada)

    or

    http://www.inkdepot.biz/

  9. Alex says:

    Did some research on this Wal-mart exclusive.
    People stated that the black ink cartridge and the USB cord are missing.
    Some people say this unit broke down almost the same day, while others say it works just fine. What do they say?
    Let the buyer beware. People remember quality long after they remember cheap price.

  10. Jafo says:

    When I bought my system a couple of years ago, it came with a Lexmark 3N1. It wasn’t long before I scrapped that printer and bought a Canon Pixma 3N1. As for the ink, I get mine at Island Inkjet. I can get the inkjets refilled, both colour and black at the same time, for under $40.00. I bought a refurbished colour inkjet for just under $20.00 and the pictures are incredible. I use photo-paper from Dollarama (10 sheets for a buck) and you would almost think it was done professionally. I kid you not. I had the owner of Island Inkjet at Eastgate Square here in Hamilton ask me for a couple of extra prints I did so he can use them for advertising.

  11. Kelly says:

    I checked the Wal*Mart in Kingston, ON this afternoon and they do not have this unit. Bummed, was just talking about my old scanner that does not work anymore and needs to be replaced.

  12. jayshanny says:

    Check out the Epson Stylus printers on their website. I just purchased a printer and camera from tiger direct .ca. The printer was $59 and has a $70.00 rebate as long as you buy any digital camera from the same place. I bought the new GE camera as it had an instant rebate on it also. This works great for me as I do not have to pay the $25 recycle fee that Sask. has imposed on everysingle printer purchased here! Read the fine print on the rebate form as it excludes some retailers. Tigerdirect was not on the exclusion list so I am okay with my purchase. My hubby is gonna love his new camera (it’s a suprize for him)!

  13. jayshanny says:

    Oh yeah – The Epson Stylus printers have never given me any trouble. I always buy them for myself and for the parents and the ink is between 10 and 14 dollars.

  14. PC says:

    person on the first comment–
    When you mean a bit shakey and sometimes jams–??
    Most of the time can you print and what is the quality of printing????

  15. Manoj says:

    Hey,
    which wallmart did you buy this from?
    is it still available there?

  16. kamleshkumar patel says:

    where is the store? does the printer include ink(colour)?

    we like to buy is so how cam we buy.

  17. Alex says:

    Cheap and convenient come at a cost
    >by Heather Mallick
    May 1, 2008

    Last night I dreamt I went to Wal-Mart again. And I was happy there.

    This worried me because the day before, I had gone to a Wal-Mart for the first time in my life, my real life, and I was badly frightened. I was checking out the store — sorry, industrial hangar exoskeleton — because developers want to build a Wal-Mart near my sort of cute, ramshackle, little-shops Toronto neighbourhood and I was there to see my future.

    To read this article click below:
    http://www.rabble.ca/columnists_full.shtml?x=70822

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  19. Crystal says:

    Hi, I bought a HP F2110 at walmart for about 50 bucks last year (2008), because my $1000 printer wouldn’t accept velum (see- through paper) when I was doing my wedding invitations. I have since been using it for work when I need to travel. It came with all the cables I needed, as well as a trial size of a color and a black cartridge. I have no problems with the print quality (except for when the ink gets low – at this point I let the kids do a bunch of printing to use up the ink). I’ve been really pleased with how long the ink lasts as well. I give this little machine a big 2-thumbs up.

  20. An all-in-one printer (with built-in copier and scanner) is a good thing to have if you are after convenience. It’s a handy little thing if indeed you do a lot of all functions – printing, scanning and copying. However, if you are after really great prints, you need to get a printer that really promises quality prints… and from my observation, these printers are not all-in-one.

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