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Why buying a cheap printer could sometimes prove a false economy

Why buying a cheap printer could sometimes prove a false economy

It’s coming up to silly season for offers on tech products as we approach Black Friday, and you might be tempted to snap up a bargain printer, especially if you’re...

Mesh and extenders on test: boost your home wi-fi for under £20

Mesh and extenders on test: boost your home wi-fi for under £20

Mesh systems and extenders are great ways to give your wi-fi the boost it needs, whether that's reaching a room on the other side of the house, like your study, or creating an overall improved network that can deal with the whole household online at once.

HP Neverstop printers reviewed: can they really deliver 5,000 prints on a single tank?

HP Neverstop printers reviewed: can they really deliver 5,000 prints on a single tank?

Tank printers don't use ink or toner cartridges, instead they have a small 'tank' which holds the ink. So rather than having to change the cartridge when it's empty, you just need to fill the tank up.

Six popular printers you can buy right now

Six popular printers you can buy right now

Like flour, exercise bikes and breadmakers, decent printers have been tough to track down lately. As soon as the pandemic hit and working (and printing) from home became the new...

Third-party printer ink: three common worries debunked

Third-party printer ink: three common worries debunked

Branded ink from popular printer manufacturers is crazily expensive. Per millilitre, it’s more expensive than some of the most luxurious liquids, 32-year old Scotch whisky and champagne included.  However, despite...

Zoom review: improved security, but it fails in Which? call-quality tests

Zoom review: improved security, but it fails in Which? call-quality tests

Since lockdown started, video calling has become the norm to stay in touch with friends and family – whether it’s a virtual birthday party or a weekly ‘pub’ quiz. It’s...

Epson ReadyPrint Go vs HP Instant Ink: are these printer ink services worth it?

Epson ReadyPrint Go vs HP Instant Ink: are these printer ink services worth it?

In addition to Epson’s subscription-free printer ink service, ReadyPrint Go, it has just launched a new subscription model called ReadyPrint Flex. Epson claims that ReadyPrint Flex will save you up...

Apple iPhone SE (2020) vs iPhone 11: which one should you buy?

Apple iPhone SE (2020) vs iPhone 11: which one should you buy?

The iPhone 11, the least expensive phone in Apple’s flagship 11 range, still costs an eye-watering £779. At £419, the newly-launched iPhone SE isn’t exactly budget-friendly either, but represents a...

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Five printers to consider for your new home office

Five printers to consider for your new home office

If you’re having to work from home, you’re probably starting to miss a few things from around the office. A new printer can make adjusting to this new work life...

Birds Eye and Young’s fish fingers beaten by own brand in Which? taste test

Birds Eye and Young’s fish fingers beaten by own brand in Which? taste test

A panel of 60 people tasted 11 fish fingers from Birds Eye and Young’s, plus popular supermarket brands, including Aldi, Lidl, M&S and Tesco. They marked them for appearance, aroma,...

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