Summary: 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.
Pros: Excellent photo quality, Easy to set up, built-in wireless networking, Very competitive price for an all-in-one
Cons: Some bleed-through with duplex pages, First page out is longer than average, No memory card compatibility
Conclusion: All in all, to perform quick print, scan copy and fax functions with effectiveness, HP Officejet 4500 - G510h multifunction inkjet printer is a money-making option to consider. It produces fine-quality documents and is perfect for home and office use.
This mid-range HP small business printer has an integrated automatic document scanner
Good Gear Guide.au
19 June 2010
Summary: 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.
Pros: Useful 20-sheet automatic document feeder, fast monochrome A4 print speeds in draft mode
Cons: Slow colour and monochrome printing in regular quality print mode, no memory card ports, single-line screen doesn't display much information
Excerpt: It can print black and white documents and colour pages quickly in draft quality settings, and the top-loading 20-page automatic document feeder is a boon for quickly scanning or copying multi-page documents. If overall print quality isn't the most important requirement for your business, the HP Officejet 4500 is a strong performer in other areas.