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Today, it's pretty well useless to say "I want a printer but I don't want a scanner or copier in it", because there are a LOT of consumer-level printers with these features, and you often pay more for the privilege of getting one without a scanner built-in.
I have the HP Photosmart B110a. It has separate color ink cartridges. It cost me $77. It works quickly and efficiently, and was very easy to set up, on Ubuntu. It works on Windows 7 but took a while to set up - Windows' fault I imagine because it was trivially easy to set up on Ubuntu. Oh, and it works through wifi (or USB) and supports Google Cloud Print and HP ePrint, so you can print to your printer from anywhere where there's e-mail, or any Android device.
Can't comment on the photo print quality. Here in Australia you'd have to be a chump to print photos onto photo paper yourself, because shops like Big W print them below cost. I imagine the quality is fine, the printer is called Photosmart and I think there's a photo cartridge for it too, so I guess it's okay.
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