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HP DeskJet 5650


$180.00 Released January, 2009

Product Shot 1 The Pros:Get fantastic quality photo prints on the right paper, look like they were developed in a lab. Can print photos as large as 8x11-1/2, no loss in print quality. Text quality is excellent and sharp, looks professional.

The Cons:No booklet or manual included, have to figure out the general operation on your own. Some compatibility issues with the included drivers, need to download rather than use the disk. HP ink is overpriced and they change formats over time driving up the price of cartridges they don't want to make anymore.

The HP DeskJet 5650 is the found in the mid-range of the series as it offers higher quality professional photo printing and several new features. This model offers a print speed and quality button on the front of the printer, an optional automatic two-sided printing accessory or 250 page printing tray, and an increased speed of 21 pages per minute.

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It also has the new HP Photoret III colour layering technology to ensure photos are printed at the highest quality and the ink backup printing completes a job even if one of the cartridges runs out of ink. The HP DeskJet 5650 is for anyone looking to find professional quality printing at home and the option to upgrade the printing features to 6-ink colour printing and wireless networking.

Features

  • HP Photoret III Colour Layering Technology
  • Automatic two-sided printing accessory
  • Print speed and quality selection button
  • 4800-optimized dpi
  • 21 pages per minute

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    get fantastic quality photo prints on the right paper, look like they were developed in a lab

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    can print photos as large as 8x11-1/2, no loss in print quality

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    text quality is excellent and sharp, looks professional

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    prints text very quickly, only waiting a few seconds

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    no booklet or manual included, have to figure out the general operation on your own

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    some compatibility issues with the included drivers, need to download rather than use the disk

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    HP ink is overpriced and they change formats over time driving up the price of cartridges they don't want to make anymore

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    "View ink levels" function doesn't tend to work properly

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