Reviews and Problems with HP Officejet 6700 Premium
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HP OfficeJet 6700 Premium e-All-in-One – Review
27 February 2015
Excerpt: Hewlett Packard (HP) is the granddaddy of the consumer inkjet printer business, manufacturing the first DeskJets in the mid-1980s. My first decent printer was an HP DeskWriter (specially configured for Macintosh™ computers), which I bought in the late 1980s, around the time HP did their first big...
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: Though the HP Officejet 6700 Premium falls a bit short in scanning capabilities and ink costs, it’s otherwise a capable midpriced inkjet MFP. A similarly priced competitor, the Brother MFC-J825DW , offers CD/DVD printing and a two-year warranty (compared to the HP’s one), but it also has a lower...
Pros: Peppy print speed; low colour costs with high-yield supplies
Cons: Pricey standard-size black ink; mediocre print quality on plain paper
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.