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Maximise your productivity with a high-quality, reliable printer. There are many different types of printer available including laser, inkjet, and label printers and you’ll find all these types and more here at CCL. Plus, if you’re concerned about your carbon footprint, we also stock a variety of environmentally-friendly printers.

You’ll also find printers with a wide variety of connectivity including USB, Ethernet network connections, WiFi, and even legacy connections such as serial and parallel.

In addition to printers, CCL also holds a variety of document scanners, business scanners, photo scanners, and handheld barcode readers in stock.

Explore our huge range of printers from leading brands such as Epson, Brother, Canon, Kyocera, Fujitsu and more today.

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Epson WorkForce WF-2830DWF Wireless Multifunction Colour Inkjet Printer

Compact 4-in-1 inkjet printer for home and small offices with automatic document feeder, Wi-Fi and mobile printing.

was £131.99, save £53.45

£78.54 inc VAT

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A basic introduction to Printers

What is a printer? In computing a printer is a peripheral which produces text, photographs, images and diagrams of documents from your computer onto various forms of paper. There are many different types of printer for all imaginable uses and they can be connected to computers in many different ways including USB, Ethernet network connections, WiFi wireless, over the internet or by legacy connections such as serial and parallel. What printers should I look at? The first thing to consider when looking to buy a printer is what type of printing you will be using the printer for. Different people will use the printer for different uses with the main ones being the following. Home Use: Printers designed to offer good performance in all areas for most printing tasks. Generally these printers are relatively cheap to buy and run and offer good quality prints, however on higher volumes of printing they will often work out more expensive than a professional printer due to the costs of replacement inks and lower print speeds. If...

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