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Consistent with traditional Hewlett-Packard design, the 895Cxi implements a U-shaped paper path, feeding media horizontally from its input tray in the front and ejecting into the output tray just above. The input tray accommodates 100 sheets of plain paper and slides out to make loading easier. An extension arm pulls forward for legal-length sheets, and a left-side paper guide adjusts for media as narrow as three inches. The printer also features a special banner switch that lifts the output tray slightly to load continuous banner paper.
This DeskJet uses side-by-side black and tricolor (CYM) ink cartridges that are easy to insert. When you open the printer cover, the print carriage automatically moves to the center for cartridge replacement; green levers above each cartridge load and eject them. The 895Cxi prints black text at up to 600 x 600 dpi resolution and uses HP's PhotoRet II technology for color printing. PhotoRet II uses variable ink-drop sizes and special color blending to produce topnotch quality. We were very impressed by both text and graphic quality with this unit. We also found the 895Cxi to be remarkably quiet, printing in what seemed like stealth mode.
Hewlett-Packard bundles the following software and features with the 895Cxi: HP Printing Essentials CD, which includes a formatting add-in utility for Microsoft Office; PhotoRecall for digital-photograph management; sample photographic images; and more. One useful feature for users on the go is HP Instant Delivery--software that uses your Internet connection to schedule regular printing from selected Web sites. The DeskJet 895Cxi is simply a great general-purpose color ink-jet printer.
The item was just as advertised, and just as I anticipated. Works very well. Shipped in a timely manner, and well packaged. I would do it all over again, knowning what I know now!Published 11 months ago by Gerald L.
It worked Great. I really didn't like purchasing an old printer but it is what the customer needed to replace a bad one.Published 23 months ago by Buster