The HP Deskjet 1000 costs just $30, which gets you a printer that is adequate for basic tasks, but not much more.
28 December 2010
Excerpt: The HP Deskjet 1000 represents the bottom of the range in HP's Deskjet lineup, costing just $30. So, what kind of printer do you get for the same price as a couple of pizzas? The answer is a printer that is adequate for basic tasks, but has only lackluster color, speed and little flexibility.
Conclusion: Finally, we can say that HP Deskjet 1000 -J110a Single Function Inkjet Printer is a good printing solution for all printing needs of any business with its rich feature set, sleek design and superb functionality.
Pros: It runs on 10W of power supply at 50/60 Hz frequency and requires voltage ranging from 100 to 240 V. For connectivity, a USB 2.0 port is provided.
Excerpt: The advantage of doing without scanner , copier and all those extra features is that it keeps the price of your printer down, and the Deskjet 1000’s current price of just £19.99 is hard to beat if you’re on a tight budget. Yet despite the low price the Deskjet 1000 actually performs pretty well.