Gives users the ability to print from the cloud
The Officejet Pro X576dw delivers a generous serving of features exclusive to HP, including a new Pagewide printhead that grants it the speed benefits of a laser printer while maintaining the color print quality of an inkjet, making it worthwhile for offices shopping for a professional imaging solution.
Print speeds, Energy use, Print quality
The HP Officejet Pro X576dw is an impressive device. I mean what else can you say when the printer you're reviewing has been certified by Guinness World Records as the world's fastest desktop printer? But beyond the flashy stats, you'll also find plenty of substance: great print quality in text documents, color prints and even photo prints as well as reliable business-class scan, copy and fax features.
Incredibly fast printing, Easy to use, simple maintenance
HP's Officejet Pro X576dw, at the top of its Pro X printer line-up, is reasonably expensive for a small office to consider. If you're printing a lot, though, and you'd usually buy a workgroup laser printer, the X576dw deserves your attention -- it's incredibly fast, and cheap to run and maintain.
New, fast PageWide technology
HP changed the face of printing when it introduced cloud printing and the ePrintCenter back in 2010, and the company has once again demonstrated its commitment to innovation with its first page-wide array product. With zippy new print mechanics, a streamlined design and the added bonus of mobile printing through on-board apps and mobile features, the X576dw is an ideal companion for small workgroups and businesses that want a taste of the future of printing.
Strong features and good paper handling
The HP makes some proud claims, and it more than satisfies the majority of them. Very cheap to run, and with a string of strong features and good paper handling, it works exceedingly well. Speed is searing too, outpacing many a laser printer. The text quality isn't quite as dark as we'd like it in order to place it on a par with good laser models.
Easy maintenance, Duplex print
The HP Officejet Pro X551dw really is a new concept in office printers and this machine is an excellent first offering. It's very fast, very cheap to run and produces high quality black and colour print on both plain and photo paper. It's reasonably expensive to buy, but not when compared with colour laser printers with anything like the same specifications.
High-speed, excellent quality, competitive running costs
It doesn't quite live up to HP's performance claims, but the X551dw is certainly the fastest inkjet printer we've seen so far. Its speed, quality and competitive running costs make it a good option for businesses that require a versatile, high-volume printer but can't perhaps afford a more expensive colour laser.
High capacity cartridges, Stylish looks
The Officejet Pro 276dw is a solid, well-made printer, but spends much too much time thinking about things. It can be nearly half a minute before it starts printing and a 10-page document will take 30s longer than it should, because of unwarranted pauses. There are faster, cheaper, better designed SOHO all-in-ones - at least one of them from HP.
Multi-page scanning/copying and fast print speeds
If you're a business user who wants a cheap option for scanning or copying multi-page documents - and if you don't mind mediocre quality draft prints - the HP Officejet 4500 is hard to fault. Its consumable costs are reasonable, installation is easy and maintenance is simple.
Useful 20-sheet automatic document feeder
If you're a business user who wants a cheap option for scanning or copying multi-page documents -- and if you don't mind mediocre quality draft prints -- the HP Officejet 4500 is hard to fault. Its consumable costs are reasonable, installation is easy and maintenance is simple.
Excellent photo quality
The HP OfficeJet 4500 Wireless is not exactly a speed demon, but for the price (I saw it as low as $129.99, and cheaper if you don't want wireless), it's a very good deal. For that price, built-in wireless, an automatic document feeder, fax, and (manual) duplex come as welcome surprises. Print quality for text documents was not the best I've seen, and duplex pages will bleed through, but color photos looked lush and wonderful.
Big Powerful Machine
This is a big printer, Big box its shipped in, needs some good desk space in my office. Its labeled as Wide, and it copies and prints all sizes for me, the print quality is great. Set up was easy- It synced with my MAC with ease- Also was able to wirelessly sync to my PClaptop. I have used twice for a fax, both incoming and outgoing- No issues with faxing.
Fast text printing, good quality for text and graphics
The OfficeJet Pro 251dw isn't perfect. Its colour printing could definitely be faster, and the lack of a built-in scanner is disappointing in a printer costing almost £200.00. Even so, it provides good quality for text, graphics and photos, and its highly competitive running costs make it an excellent choice for home workers and small businesses.
Dead on arrival / horrible HP customer service
I was very disappointed in my experience, because this printer seemed to have a nice combination of features and price. I really wish it had worked.
When I received this product, it was dead on arrival. The product continually displayed "Paper Jam" errors, during its setup. This, even when no paper or paper fragments were in the printer or duplexer.
I suspect the problem is caused by the cheap plastic duplexer that mates poorly with the rear of the printer.
Excellent text and photo output
HP's Photosmart 7520 offers outstanding print quality and ease of use, with all the features most small or home office users need. It's definitely worth consideration--especially by photo mavens. Canon's Pixma MX892 is a similarly straightforward and competent choice.
Superb, fast photo printing, Great text output
HP's Photosmart 7520 is a stellar printer for home use, but it's also more than capable for home office and small office use.
If you're looking for a quality printer that's great for both text and photo printing, look no further. This one's a prince among inkjets.
What a dissapointment! HP forces you to buy color cartridges!! Scans very slow
I purchase this after reading several of the other glowing reviews, none of which until recently mentioned that HP will force you to purchase all new color cartridges even if you set it to black only and your black ink cartridge is brand new. This is a total ruse, and I've been played again. The seller at Staples never mentioned this, of course, and the instructions from HP are totally silent on the topic.
Also, the scanner is terribly slow, even for a multi-function.
For the same amount, you can buy a unit with automatic duplexing.
Despite good performance and cheap high-capacity supplies, a $150 multifunction without any sort of duplexing support should be avoided (unless you actually want to double your paper usage, mailing costs, storage space, and such). Instead, choose a like-priced competitor, such as the Canon Pixma MX512 or the Brother MFC-J825DW.
Huge footprint when trayâ??s extended.
The HP Officejet 6600 is a good, SOHO all-in-one, which prints quickly, produces excellent plain paper prints and is economical to run. However, the lack of both duplex print and, at a minimum a front-panel USB socket, have to count against it, as some of its main competitors include both.
Offers excellent performance as well as decent output.
The HP Officejet 6600 e-All-in-One Printer colour inkjet multifunction (copy/scan/print/fax) is a puzzler, and a huge disappointment. Priced at $150 (as of June 11, 2012), it's handsome, it has an easy-to-use LCD control panel, and it offers excellent performance as well as decent output.
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