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HP OfficeJet D155xi All-in-One

by HP

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  • Print, copies, scans, and faxes
  • Prints directly from your digital camera's memory card
  • Up to 2,400 x 1,200 dpi photo printing
  • Built-in duplexing, auto collating
  • Includes HP JetDirect print server
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Product Details

Product Manual [4.93mb PDF]
  • Shipping Weight: 45 pounds
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B000067K27
  • Item model number: HEWC8378A
  • Average Customer Review: 1.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (8 customer reviews)
  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: June 4, 2002

Product Description

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Combining four premium quality machines in one, the HP D155 OfficeJet is ideal for offices with high-volume production needs and limited space. Weighing just 35 pounds, the unit includes a printer, flatbed scanner, fax, and high-speed color copier. It also allows you to print photos directly from your digital camera.

The unit can scan objects up to 8.5 by 14 inches; thicker objects like books and magazines are easily accommodated, so your original archives stay protected during scanning. With the unit's 48-bit color, 8-bit grayscale, photo resolution up to 1,200 x 4,800 dpi, and print resolution of 1,200 x 600, your documents will look their best.

The printer churns out sheets at 19 pages per minute in black and 16 ppm in color. Three input trays handle 250 sheets of standard paper in letter size and legal size, as well as up to 20 envelopes or individual sheets of labels, transparencies, card stock, or glossy photo paper.

The copier can produce 99 duplicates from a single original, and a simple button reduces or enlarges from 25 to 400 percent. The fax supports color and monochrome faxing and includes broadcasting, forwarding, polling, auto-redialing, and a junk-mail barrier.

The D155 is compatible with Windows and Macintosh systems and connects via parallel or USB port. Hewlett-Packard includes a one-year warranty covering parts and service.

Customer Reviews

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The Rep said that the model is OBSOLETE.
bondo
I tried to print out 2 pages, and the printer grabbed two or three sheets at a time, spitting out 7 pages of overlapping text.
C.P. Cavafy
Apparently, you have to print fairly regularly, otherwise the ink will dry inside the heads and clog them.
M. Coley

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

19 of 20 people found the following review helpful By P. Scott Pope TOP 1000 REVIEWER on October 29, 2002
Being an early adopter of technology, I purchased the d155 xi hoping that I would get the best multifunction available. Unfortunately, I was somewhat disappointed. While the d155xi has an incredible feature set, including
1) Double-sided color printing
2) Double-sided color copying
3) Jet Direct Networking Capabilities
4) Dual Paper Trays
5) Direct Scan to Document
6) Document Feeder
7) Dual Paper Trays
8) LCD Status screen
-- the software and connectivity are problematic. In addition, the black text is simply not laser quality.
The first red flag was delayed release of "HP Manager" (i.e. "HP Nightmare" software), which wasn't available for Windows XP even though XP had been available for six months back in April 2002. This is the application that handles printing, scanning, and some administrative features. It finally came a month later, but was highly problematic. After installing and uninstalling the 45 MB manager software several times, I gave up trying to operate the printer via Ethernet. The instructions are woefully inadequate and leave critical details absent. Effectively, they indicate the operation of the printer via DHCP is not recommended, although possible. I tried installation on both DHCP and fixed IP with no luck. Essentially, the manager stops recognizing the printer after a while and it isn't clear why. Eventually, I reverted to USB, effectively wasting the [amount] networking feature..
Another problems is the black text quality. While the photorealistic color printing is quite impressive, the black text is not up the quality of a circa 1990 laser printer. After adjusting various settings, I still could not get laser-quality text on any form of paper -- inkjet, bond, or other.
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Sam S. on September 24, 2002
I purchased this HP as an upgrade to my well used and almost used up brothers 9600 what a mistake. I should have taken the other review seriously. This machine is constantly getting jammed and destroying paper. It also grabs two sheets and begins printing on one and finishes printing on the other. All of this is bad enough but having had this machine hooked up for 4 days now it is already telling me that it is low on toner. I dont know if everything hp makes is [...] or not but this unit sure is. oh also it is so loud that I think it possessed. DO NOT BUY THIS [...]! (but if you do want it check on ebay I will be listing it tomorrow)
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By M. Coley on February 15, 2006
The features are absolutely astounding, and were everything I wanted. I wanted networking features, so I could use it on multiple computers in our house. I wanted a large capacity of paper, multiple trays, and duplexing. I wanted a document feeder. I wanted fax, scanning, and copying built-in. I wanted something relatively fast. I've always liked HP, so this seemed like a sure thing.

The most annoying problem is the continual IDS (Ink Delivery System) failures. With only about 2000 pages printed, I've had to replace all four print heads twice (at about $35 per print head!). These print heads are supposed to last 30,000 pages. Apparently, you have to print fairly regularly, otherwise the ink will dry inside the heads and clog them.

The second annoyance is how much ink it uses. At $30+ per cartridge, I would expect to get more than 100-300 pages. No such luck. That gets really expensive.

I use envelopes in the top tray and paper in the bottom tray, which appears to be the way it was intended. But some of the internal reports print from the top tray, with no apparent way to change it. If I forget, it prints partial reports on envelopes. And it's not smart enough (why?!?!?) to only print on the envelopes. It prints across the entire page, leaving ink on the roller. This ink then smears onto other pages that are printed later. Argh!

The software included doesn't work consistently. Sometimes it locks up. The scan features almost never work.

Sometimes the printer loses power and won't turn back on. I have to unplug it and plug it back in to get it to work again.

The pickup rollers don't work all that well. It will pick up two pages about 2-5% of the time.

Overall, this has been a very expensive (both in initial cost and operating cost), unreliable piece of garbage.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By bondo on August 4, 2008
DO NOT BUY HP PRINTERS unless it is a New model.

When it goes off warranty (like in 4-5 years) God help you.

I had bought a OfficeJet d155xi All-In-One 4 years ago. The printer worked well for 4 years. Now it makes a lot of noise and neither prints nor faxes.

I spent 8 hours with various HP tech Supports, and Registering my Info many times, ONLY to find that HP has Stopped supporting this model.

The Rep said that the model is OBSOLETE. Ridiculous. I spent $700 and in 4 years this is Obsolete! Not Funny.

THE OTHER PROBLEM WITH HP is that they put a Chip on their Inks which has a Clock. If you use the ink after 18-months from Manufacture, the Printer will STOP! So you CANNOT Stock up on Inks. HP forces you to pay full price for small quantities of Ink.

I CANNOT BELIEVE THAT HEWLETT PACKARD WOULD ENGAGE IN SUCH CONSUMER UNFRIENDLY PRACTICES.

Buy HP only when on-sale, because in my eyes the HP Brand is Tarnished.
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