Released by Pricerunner:
Are you ready for your close up?
Today, Pricerunner unveiled their latest section for digital photography users, the Photo Printers pages. If you’d like to know where you can buy the latest photo printer, who’s got the best price and optional extras, visit www.pricerunner.co.uk and check out the Photography category.
Pricerunner compares retail prices for a whole host of product sectors. The prices take into consideration on and offline offerings. There are:
• 119,557 products listed
• 532 of which are new this week
• 278,984 active prices
• 686 retailers
• 24,928 consumer reviews
• 20,703 professional reviews
• + more than two million books, CDs and films!
Whatever else you do today, Bookmark this site for Christmas shopping!
There’s no question that using Pricerunner can save you money. For example, this Sony DPP-MP1, a dedicated photo printer, comes under the new Photo Printer section. The BEST PRICE listed on Pricerunner is just £74.97* from Unbeatable. But watch out, the same product costs £254.46* from a different retailer. http://uk.pricerunner.com/computing/peripherals/printers/126945/prices
*All prices given include VAT and delivery.
Pricerunner currently lists 765 printers which can be filtered by their photo printing ability (this narrows it down to 80 with comparable prices from up to 23 retailers for any one product).
It’s no wonder that that at 13:30 today (UK time) 5,287 people were using Pricerunner – check the latest (live) figures on Pricerunner’s homepage.
Magnus Wiberg, founder of Pricerunner said: “What this actually means is there is little need to 'shop around' we've done it for the visitor already by collecting as many prices from the web as we can - saving the visitor time as well as money!”
Should you decide you need a new camera to go with it simply take a look at the digital camera section and see how much you could save by doing your research!
For example, the Canon PowerShot S45 (in the Digital Cameras section on ricerunner.com). Best price is from PRC at £321.95. But be careful, if you buy it elsewhere, the same product could cost you £448.
Photo printers have improved dramatically over the past few years. Their output can now easily be mistaken for traditional photographs. Only a couple of years ago, purchasing a photo printer meant shelling out £30,000.
Today, you can pay less than £150 for a photo printer that produces output which looks and feels very much like a traditional darkroom print. Epson was the first company to reach this level of quality, but Canon and Hewlett-Packard have followed close.
If you want your own dark room, you'll find that a photo printer can provide you with more control and flexibility than an online service.
Pricerunner.com is one of two business areas within Pricerunner. Pricerunner.com offers product and price comparisons in the categories personal care, books, computers, films, finance, games and consoles, golf, home appliances, home cinema, household bills, insurance, music, phones, photography, software and sound and vision. Pricerunner.com was the first site in the UK to compare information from both online and high street stores. By giving the consumer an objective and informative overview, Pricerunner.com makes it easier for the consumer to make a smarter purchase more quickly. The other business area is Pricerunner Research, which generates and refines statistics based on data from Pricerunner.com, e.g. price statistics, product statistics and consumer behaviour statistics. Pricerunner was founded in July 1999 and the service was launched in December 1999. The main owners are NewMedia SPARK, Bonnier Venture, TDC (former Tele Denmark) and 3i.