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HP Officejet Pro L7680


$400.00 Released December, 2006

Product Shot 1 The Pros:Generally prints very consistently, jams are rare and duplexes well. Print quality is always high, everything comes out sharp even when you make a quick print in Draft mode.

The Cons:Sheet feeder is flimsy and can be easily knocked out of place. Paper tray feels flimsy when you lift the cover. Paper jams are extremely difficult to clear, no good access to the internals of the printer.

The HP Officejet Pro L7680 is an all-in-one printer that is a part of HP's L7600 series that is designed for the small sized office, with the ability to print, copy, scan and fax, all in color. It can print up to 35 pages per minute, with the ability to print 5 pages per minute in color at its best quality.

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It can print up to 4800 x 1200 dpi in color, which is supplied by the 4 ink cartriges; black, cyan, magenta and yellow. It has a standard input capacity of 250 sheets (600 max) with a 150 sheet max output capacity, and can print on a wide range of paper formats and sizes. The scanner is a 8.5" x 14"  flatbed ADF, which is larger than the lower models, with a maximum optical resolution of 2400 dpi (up to 19200 dpi enhanced). The automatic feeder can handle up to 50 sheets with 256 levels of greyscale. When used as a copier, it can handle up to 99 copies at once at 34 copies per minute (color) at a resolution of 1200 x 600 dpi. For faxing, it can handle up to 125 pages in memory with a resolution of 300 x 300 dpi, at a speed of 3 seconds per page.  There are several fax options (below), including up to 99 stored speed dial numbers.

Printer specifications

  • Print speed black (draft, letter): Up to 35 ppm
  • Print speed, black (normal quality mode): Up to 16 ppm
  • Print speed color (draft, letter): Up to 34 ppm
  • Print speed, color (normal quality mode): Up to 15 ppm
  • Print speed, black (best quality mode): Up to 5 ppm
  • Print speed, color (best quality mode): Up to 5 ppm
  • Monthly duty cycle: Up to 7500 pages
  • Processor speed: 192 MHz
  • Printer page yield: View additional yield information
  • Print technology: HP Thermal Inkjet
  • Print resolution, black: Up to 1200 x 1200 dpi
  • Print resolution, color: Up to 4800 x 1200 optimized dpi color (when printing from a computer and 1200 input dpi)
  • Resolution technology: PhotoREt III enhanced color-layering technology
  • Ink cartridges: 4 (1 each black, cyan, magenta, yellow)

Paper handling

  • Paper tray(s), standard: 1
  • Paper tray(s), maximum: Up to 2
  • Input capacity, standard: Up to 250 sheets
  • Input capacity, maximum: Up to 600 sheets
  • Output capacity, standard: Up to 150 sheets
  • Output capacity, maximum: Up to 150 sheets
  • Duplex printing (printing on both sides of paper): Automatic (standard)
  • Document finishing: Sheetfed
  • Media sizes, standard: Letter, legal, statement, executive, 3 x 5 in, 4 x 6 in, 5 x 7 in, 5 x 8 in, 4 x 10 in, 4 x 11 in, 4 x 12 in, 8 x 10 in, envelopes (No. 10, Monarch, DL)
  • Media sizes, custom: 3 x 5 to 8.5 x 14 in
  • Media types: Paper (inkjet, plain, photo), envelopes, labels, cards (greeting, index), transparencies
  • Media weight, recommended: 20 to 24 lb

Memory/print languages/typefaces

  • Memory, standard: 64 MB
  • Memory, maximum: 64 MB
  • Memory slots (4): CompactFlash I/ II, Secure Digital, MultimediaCard (MMC), Secure MMC, xD, Memory Stick, MagicGate Memory Stick, Memory Stick Duo, and Memory Stick Pro
  • Print languages, standard: HP PCL 3 GUI
  • Typefaces (2 built-in): Courier, Letter Gothic; No scalable fonts

Scanner specifications

  • Scanner type: Flatbed, ADF
  • Scan resolution, enhanced: Up to 19200 dpi
  • Scan resolution, optical: Up to 2400 dpi
  • Bit depth: 48-bit
  • Levels of grayscale: 256
  • Automatic document feeder capacity: Standard, 50 sheets
  • Scan size, maximum (flatbed): 8.5 x 14 in

Copier specifications

  • Copy resolution, black: Up to 1200 x 600 dpi
  • Copy resolution, color: Up to 1200 x 600 dpi
  • Copy speed, black (copies per minute): Up to 35 cpm
  • Copy speed, color (copies per minute): Up to 34 cpm
  • Copy reduce/enlarge settings: 25 to 400%
  • Maximum number of copies: Up to 99 copies

 
Fax specifications

  • Fax transmission speed (seconds per page): 3 sec per page
  • Fax resolution, black (dots per inch): Up to 300 x 300 dpi
  • Fax memory: Up to 125 pages
  • Fax broadcast: 20
  • Fax delayed sending
  • Fax forwarding
  • Junk fax barrier
  • Polling
  • Distinctive ring detection
  • Speed dials, maximum number: Up to 99 numbers
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Connectivity

  • Connectivity, standard: 1 USB 2.0, 1 Ethernet, 1 PictBridge, 1 RJ-11 fax
  • Connectivity, optional: HP Jetdirect ew2400 802.11g Wireless Print Server J7951A; HP bt300 Bluetooth Wireless Printer Adaptor Q3395A
  • Macintosh compatible
  • Print drivers, standard: HP PCL 3 GUI
  • Compatible Operating Systems: Windows 2000; Windows XP Professional x64; Windows Vista(R); Mac OS X v 10.3.9; Mac OS X v 10.4 or higher
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Dimensions/weight/included
 

  • Product Dimensions: 20.91 x 18.35 x 14.02 in
  • Dimensions, max.(W x D x H): 20.91 x 25.43 x 14.02 in
  • Product weight: 34.94 lb
  • Warranty: One-year limited hardware warranty backed by HP Customer Care, service and support; one-year technical phone support, plus a toll-free number
  • What's included: HP Officejet Pro L7680 Color All-in-One, duplexer, 2 printheads, HP 88 Black Officejet Ink Cartridge (~850 pages), HP 88 Cyan Officejet Ink Cartridge, HP 88 Magenta Officejet Ink Cartridge, HP 88 Yellow Officejet Ink Cartridge: composite yield (~900 pages), CD-ROMs (for software and Windows and Mac printer drivers), Setup poster, Getting Started Guide, power supply, power cord, phone cord, Ethernet cable. \
  • Cable included: 1 Ethernet printer cable
  • Software included: Printer Drivers for Mac and Windows, HP Photosmart Essential Software, HP Photosmart Express

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    generally prints very consistently, jams are rare and duplexes well

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    print quality is always high, everything comes out sharp even when you make a quick print in Draft mode

Cons
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    sheet feeder is flimsy and can be easily knocked out of place

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    paper tray feels flimsy when you lift the cover

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    paper jams are extremely difficult to clear, no good access to the internals of the printer

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    documentation is sparse, need to work things out as you go

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    can't print larger documents without long waits or the print job just crashing the printer

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    printer driver comes along with a bunch of software that just gets in the way

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