Conclusion: As mentioned, though, we do like it as a dedicated wide-format printer—especially at its current (early March 2014) discounted sale pricing. And, as we said in our introduction, we’d like it even better closer to $100.
Pros: High-quality output, Wide support for cloud, mobile printing, Prints to tabloid as well as 13x19 stock, Economical high-yield tanks
Cons: Just one input tray, No override slot for specialty media, Somewhat sluggish, ADF can't auto-duplex, Limited support for flash-memory devices
HP Officejet 7610 Wide Format e-All-in-One Printer
5 October 2013
Conclusion: The HP Officejet 7610 Wide Format e-All-in-One Printer inkjet MFP can print on paper at up to supertabloid size, but with only one paper tray, you may need another printer for letter-size paper.
Pros: Prints up to supertabloid size (13 by 19 inches). Scans up to tabloid size (11 by 17). Faxes. Copies. Direct email sender.
Cons: Only one paper tray means you can't keep letter- and tabloid-size paper loaded at the same time.
Summary: Printer fun continues with HP’s A3 capable printer which, for some reason, comes with its own shopping bag. The shopping bag isn’t the point, just in case you were confused. But again, over at CNET Australia I’ve reviewed the OfficeJet 7160. So go and read it now! Source: CNET Australia
Excerpt: The OfficeJet 7610 is one of the few A3 printers currently available for £200.00 or less. It’s actually priced at £230.00 if you buy it directly from the HP web site, but it’s available for just under £200.00 from a number of online stores so, as always, it’s worth shopping around for the best deal.
versatile A3/A4 printer, includes scanner, copier and fax, supports Apple AirPrint
big and bulky, duplex printing is an optional extra