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HP Deskjet D2460


$50.00 Released October, 2001

Product Shot 1 The Pros:Compact form factor fits better in workstations than similar printers. Compact horizontal paper tray conserves space as opposed to vertical trays typically found on basic models. When not in use, paper tray that flips up also conveniently blocks out dust.

The Cons:Picture quality is not great, some horizontal streaking. Ink cartridges are small and run out quickly, adding cost to this seemingly cheap printer.

The Deskjet D2460 is an inexpensive general purpose inkjet printer from HP. Primarily designed for light home/home office use due to its rather small ink cartridges, the D2460 allows you to print only a basic variety of paper sizes.

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Ideal for those who only print small documents on occasion, the D2460 provides poorer speeds than the cheaper D2545, however, it uses a different type of ink system. It is also not energy star qualified like the D2545.

Features

  • Supported paper: Letter, legal, executive, envelopes (No. 10), cards
  • Connectivity: 1 USB 2.0
  • Print speeds: 20ppm black / 14ppm colour
  • Included cartridges:  HP 21 black print cartridge (5 ml), HP 22 tri-color print cartridge (5 ml)
  • Supported cartridges: HP 21 Black Inkjet Print Cartridge (5 ml), HP 22 Tri-color Inkjet Print Cartridge (5 ml), HP 58 Photo Inkjet Print Cartridge (17 ml)
  • Warranty: 1 year limited

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    Compact form factor fits better in workstations than similar printers

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    Compact horizontal paper tray conserves space as opposed to vertical trays typically found on basic models

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    When not in use, paper tray that flips up also conveniently blocks out dust

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    Fast draft and greyscale printing make this ideal for college students/paper printing

Cons
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    Picture quality is not great, some horizontal streaking

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    Ink cartridges are small and run out quickly, adding cost to this seemingly cheap printer

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