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HP Officejet J4580


$100.00 Released January, 2008

Product Shot 1 The Pros:Very inexpensive option for home draft printing. One of the most affordable all-in-ones available. Conversion of scans to editable text is convenient and unexpected for this price bracket.

The Cons:Prone to a high frequency of paper jams. Software setup inexplicably stops itself or restarts during installation. Frequently reports mysterious ink cartridge errors.

The HP Officejet J4580 is a fax, copier, printer that has a maximum copier speed of 28 pages per minute of black and 22 pages per minute of color. It is a thermal inkjet printer that runs on 4 ink color and has a maximum printing resolution of 4800 x 1200 dpi in color.

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The HP Officejet J4580 supports printing on a variety of different media, such as cards labels, envelopes, photo paper, plain paper, iron-on transfers and transparencies. The document feeder can handle only 20 sheets at a time, a small amount when comparied to similiar sized printers on the market. On the whole the HP Officejet J4580 is an inexpensive printer that delivers a decent print for its price.

Features

  • Memory: 16 MB
  • Weight: 13 lbs
  • Monthly Duty Cycle: 3000 impressions
  • Max copying speed: 28 pages/min (mono) and 22 pages/min (color)
  • 90 maximum copies
  • Max document enlargement: 200%
  • Max document reduction: 25%
  • 4-ink HP Thermal Inkjet
  • Dimensions: 17.1" w x 15.8" d x 8.5" H

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    Very inexpensive option for home draft printing

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    One of the most affordable all-in-ones available

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    Conversion of scans to editable text is convenient and unexpected for this price bracket

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    Crisp and smooth black text documents

Cons
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    Prone to a high frequency of paper jams

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    Software setup inexplicably stops itself or restarts during installation

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    Frequently reports mysterious ink cartridge errors

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    Cartridges are much smaller than industry average and replacements may quickly compensate for the savings on price

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    Unless in draft mode, most printing tasks are slower than typical inkjets

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