HP Deskjet F4480
Released July, 2009
The Pros:Prints quietly, doesn't make a lot of noise during the printing process. Allows pure black prints for easy to read text. Photo prints are clear and detailed, no grain.
The Cons:Works through ink very fast, cost per print is really high. Scanning function results in a pretty grainy and over-exposed image. Driver installs a bunch of software that seems like it's just in the way.
The HP Deskjet F4480 is a low cost all-in-one unit that can print, copy and scan documents. It can print up to 28 pages per minute in black or 22 per minute in color, and can be set to print on both sides of a paper by prompting you to feed the page back in after it has done the first side.
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The printer can handle paper sizes from small 4 x 6 inch index cards up to Legal sized papers, as well as printing on number 10 envelopes. It can also print in borderless mode on Letter sized photo quality paper. The flatbed scanner can scan at up to 1200 dpi document sizes of up to 8.5 x 11.7 inches. When using the copy function, the unit will scan whatever is on the flatbed scanner and then print what it finds. Depending on the quality settings used, it can do up to 22 copies per minute in color or 28 copies per minute in black and white. This unit connects with a basic USB cable.
- Functions: print, copy, scan
- Black print speed: up to 28 ppm
- Color print speed: up to 22 ppm
- Black print resolution: up to 600 dpi
- Color print resolution: up to 4800x1200
- Manual duplex
- Borderless printing (on Letter size)
- Scanner resolution: up to 1200 dpi
- Scanner bit depth: 48-bit
- Max scan size: 8.5 x 11.7 in
- Scan type: flatbed
- Copy speed: Color - up to 22cpm, Black - up to 28 cpm
- Paper sizes: Letter; legal; 4 x 6 in; 5 x 7 in; 8 x 10 in; No. 10 envelopes
- USB connection
- ENERGY STAR qualified
User Reviews (1)
prints quietly, doesn't make a lot of noise during the printing process
allows pure black prints for easy to read text
photo prints are clear and detailed, no grain
making copies is as easy if not easier than working with a regular photocopier
works through ink very fast, cost per print is really high
scanning function results in a pretty grainy and over-exposed image
driver installs a bunch of software that seems like it's just in the way
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