Conclusion: With paper trays extended, the Officejet takes about 18 by 23 inches of desk space and stands 7 inches tall. Windows 2000/XP/Vista and Mac OS X 10.4.11/10.5 users will find setup a matter of dropping a printhead or cartridge carriage into place, then fitting the ink cartridges into it and waiting...
Excerpt: The HP Officejet 6000 line includes two configurations: the 6000 base model and the 6000 Wireless. Both configurations feature fast draft print speeds up to 32 page per minute (ppm) in black and 31 ppm in color, individual ink tanks including a black pigment-based ink, and HP’s improved paper path...
Pros: Easy to use, Reasonably priced, “Laser comparable” print quality
A cheap HP inkjet printer that can produce high quality results
Good Gear Guide.au
6 March 2010
Summary: The HP Officejet 6000 inkjet printer won't replace your laser or dedicated photo printer, but it strikes a middle ground between the two. While slow, it can produce professional colour documents to show off your products and services.
Pros: Ethernet connectivity, practical design, excellent quality colour documents, cheap to run
Cons: Slow print speeds, poor quality at 'normal' setting, ships with starter cartridges
Excerpt: Business inkjets are gaining popularity with home office users, as they're smaller, less complicated and cheaper to run than their laser counterparts. HP's Officejet 6000 is one of the latest and, at £77, it's one of the cheapest, too.
Summary: We like the simplicity of the HP Officejet 6000 single-function inkjet printer. The print quality meets HP's high standards and it outputs full colour photos at an impressive rate, but its lack of an LCD screen takes some getting used to.
Pros: Prints high quality text and photos, Fast print speeds compared with the competition, Network ready
Cons: No USB cord included, No LCD makes it difficult to troubleshoot
Conclusion: Despite HP’s solid performance in terms of speed and quality, there’s nothing particularly special about the printer and precious little to distinguish it from cheaper and equally capable devices in this market.
Pros: Fast speeds, impressive print quality for text and photos
Cons: Lengthy set-up, lack of extra features, bulky, uninspiring design, rather pricey
Summary: HP gönnt dem OfficeJet 6000 neben einer USB -Schnittstelle einen Ethernet-Anschluss. So lässt sich der Tintenstrahldrucker im Netzbetrieb von bis zu fünf Anwendern ansteuern – das ist üppig für diese Geräteklasse.