HP H470 Mobile Printer is small, practical and easy to travel with.
8 July 2013
Summary: I purchased the HP OfficeJet H470 Mobile Inkjet Printer as a used item. It came with a nice leather case, power cord,USB cord and also battery. There were no instructions. I had initial difficulty getting it to work so called the Geek Squad, who helped me download the drivers. Also, although it has wireless capability I decided it is better to use the USB cord.
Great for mobile printing. Can easily fit in a backpack with a laptop to co
8 May 2013
Summary: Great for mobile printing. Can easily fit in a backpack with a laptop to complete a mobile office. The ink can be found in any office supply store and can also run off of a clip-on power supply. You must remember this is a mobile printer not intended for photo quality prints; however, if you need to print quotes from your vehicle this unit can do the trick.
Would certainly purchase another one if I needed it.
11 January 2013
Summary: I already own an H470, so I knew how good this printer is. The refurb that I purchased for less than half the price works perfectly. The quality is pretty amazing for a portable printer. Couldn't be happier.
Summary: It baffles me that this product is nearly $700. I have had two HP printers and both had malfunctions within the first month of purchase. In my experience both products were a waste of money due to their unreliability and malfunctions from the beginning of their product life. I would recommend purchasing a higher quality printer, even if it is a steeper price. Trust me, it would be worth it. Due to the size of this printer it is very limited in its functions as well.
Summary: I have had my H470 printer for a couple of years, and I travel with it all the time. It is an amazing, durable, trouble-free portable printer. I used to have a Cannon, which was smaller and lighter, but more troublesome. I have a battery for my HP470, and may yet add a bluetooth. I bought a newer HP printer (Officejet 100 Mobile L411BT) with built-in bluetooth because it would have a wireless interface as well as a battery, and would therefore not require me to carry...
Summary: Got this printer new with an HP laptop as a "bonus" from work about 18 months ago. It seems to work fine with the laptop's Windows 7 OS, but has two big problems otherwise: 1) it cuts off the bottom of a printed page 50% of the time. 2) it refuses to print at all 50% of the time until we turn it off/on a few times and send document to print again (with 2 minutes of it making noises and "thinking") until it decides to print, even with brand new ink cartridges installed.
Summary: I bought this to print invoices from my mobile veterinay truck 2 or 3 yrs ago and have had problems from the beginning. In fact, this is the third printer that HP has sent me to correct it's quirky flaws. It runs off my onboard inverter and it also has a battery. However it takes almost a minute for it to run through it's "set/spool up" mode before it prints. Once an invoice is sent to print, it almost always gives a "printer stalled" message.