This top-rated printer comes with ink and is ready to go

This home printer comes with ink and is ready to use. (Getty Images)

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We never realised the myriad ways a printer would be of use to us until lockdown, from printing off photos for the ‘picture round’ of the Zoom quiz to instructions for tie-dying and, of course, work documents.

And that’s only our Wednesday to-do lists...

The last few weeks at home have helped to enlighten us to just why there is *always* a queue at the office printer and why “we can’t get rid of them in favour of a coffee station instead” (we won’t ever ask again).

A printer is not the cheapest piece of home office equipment though, and that’s without taking into consideration buying the ink and the paper for it.

But what if we told you that we’ve found one, that includes ink, for £39.99?

The HP Deskjet 2632 comes with up to 4fourmonths of free HP Instant Ink and makes everyday printing affordable and hassle-free.

It can be easily connected to your smartphone, tablet, or laptop and print from anywhere in your home.

Buy it: HP DeskJet 2632 Wireless Printer | £39.99 from Argos


Just think of all the things you’ll be able to do with your own printer: print photos of friends and loved ones straight from your smartphone, documents right from Dropbox and Google Drive and even scan documents with your phone's camera.

The printer has received almost 3,000 reviews so far and has been awarded an impressive five-stars by customers.

“This is by far the best HP printer I have used at home. Easy to set up, easy to link up and great picture quality. Not the quickest to print, but worth it for the price and ease of set up. I’d highly recommend,” wrote one savvy-shopper.

Another added: “Quick and easy set to up. Even for a non tech person like myself.”

That’s one more reason to add to our lists of why we won’t be needing to go back to the office when it reopens...