HP Officejet 7000
Released June, 2009
The Pros:Low cost for a printer that can handle paper formats this wide. Renders line drawings from CAD programs very well. Software integrates with HP Solution Center, good if you have multiple HP printers.
The Cons:Photos tend to come out looking grainy in the shadowed areas even with the best settings. Can't do borderless at the highest paper size. Easy to get a paper jam if the paper isn't loaded exactly correctly.
The HP Officejet 7000 is a speedy printer, with a maximum letter print speed of 33 pages per minute for black and white, and 32 pages per minute for color. Unlike some of the other printers on the market, the Officejet 7000 can have only one ink cartridge replaced at a time, so that the consumer doesn't have to replace the color everytime the black goes out first.
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It is able to print borderless photos among other sizes of paper printing. The HP Officejet 7000 is energy efficient, using 40% less energy that normal letter-size laser printers. It has an Ethernet connection as well as a USB 2.0 connection, but does not come with wireless or the ability to send faxes.
- Black Resolution: up to 600 dpi
- Color: up to 4800 x 1200 pdi
- Maximum Duty Cycle: 7,000 pages per month
- Print speed: up to 32 ppm
- Border free printing
- Media card reader
- Network capable
- USB 2.0 connection
- 40% less energy than normal letter-size laser printer
- 150 sheet paper tray
User Reviews (1)
low cost for a printer that can handle paper formats this wide
renders line drawings from CAD programs very well
software integrates with HP Solution Center, good if you have multiple HP printers
photos tend to come out looking grainy in the shadowed areas even with the best settings
can't do borderless at the highest paper size
easy to get a paper jam if the paper isn't loaded exactly correctly
works through a lot of expensive ink per print
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