Reviews and Problems with HP Officejet 6700 Premium
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HP OfficeJet 6700 Premium e-All-in-One – Review
2 November 2012
Conclusion: So, for your $169.00, you can glom onto a really nice printer/scanner/fax/copier device that should meet all the needs of the average user, and maybe 85-90% of a power user’s needs. It’s well-built, reasonably quiet, and it carries the Hewlett Packard brand.
Conclusion: While ink costs aren’t something we think users should overlook, the Officejet packs a lot of easy-to-use features in one inexpensive package. iOS users will especially appreciate the printer’s AirPrint capabilities, which couldn’t be easier to use.
Pros: Print, scans, and faxes. Wi-Fi and Air Print compatible. Easy to set up and use. Useful and responsive touch screen display. Good print quality. Relatively inexpensive.
Cons: Large. Noisy. Ink cartridges are expensive, and printing in high quality is ink intensive.
Conclusion: And that's the rub. We liked this AIO. But we really liked its higher-priced, higher-volume sibling, the OfficeJet Pro 8600 Plus. It's faster; it has more features; and it costs significantly less to use—especially when printing monochrome documents, which cost about half as much.
Pros: Exceptional print, copy, and scan quality, Fast performance, Sturdy, quiet operation
Cons: High cost per page, No PictBridge support, Lacks flash-card slots for direct printing
Summary: Wie alle aktuellen All-in-Ones dieser Preisklasse zeigt sich der neue Officejet 6700 von HP mit Duplexeinheit sehr variabel in Bezug auf die Anschlussmöglichkeiten. Er lässt sich kabelgebunden über seine USB-2.0- und LAN-Schnittstelle am PC oder in einem Netzwerk betreiben.