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HP Officejet Pro L7580 Color All-in-One Printer/Fax/Scanner/Copier (C8187A#ABA)

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  • Robust, professional-grade all-in-one printer, fax, scanner, and copier
  • High-quality scans at 2,400 dpi resolution
  • Prints up to 35 pages per minute
  • Windows and Mac compatible; built-in network card
  • 1-year limited manufacturer's warranty
  • Use only Original HP Ink in your HP printer for great results, print after print
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Product Description

Product Description

HP OFFICEJET PRO L7580 Color All In One Printer/ Fax/ Scanner/ Copier. It is the worlds fastest desktop AiO for business color with up to 25 percent lower cost per page. It produces laser quality prints faster than most color laser all in ones up to 12 ppm black/10 ppm color. It contains a breakthrough inkjet draft mode with speeds up to 35 ppm black and up to 34 ppm color. The built in wired networking allows user to share powerful all in one capabilities. Features outstanding scanning with up to 2400 dpi CCD optical scanning for documents, photos, projects and more. Scan and store documents and photos directly to memory cards or USB storage devices. Quickly and conveniently copy, scan, and fax multiple page documents using 50 sheet auto document feeder. Never miss a fax even without power, faxes store in memory when device is on or off. Enjoy efficient high volume printing with optional 350 sheet paper tray for a total of 600 sheets. Archived documents retain laser quality black text and lab quality photos for decades without fading. Easily preview, select and print photos from memory cards using HP Photo Proof Sheet. Print borderless documents and photos up to 8.5 x 24 inch panorama size. You can also print directly from devices using memory cards, PictBridge, hi speed USB and Bluetooth.

From the Manufacturer

World's fastest desktop all-in-one for business color at up to 25 percent lower cost per page1

The HP Officejet Pro L7580 All-in-One printer significantly drives down the cost of color printing, making it easy and affordable for businesses to produce brilliant and durable, professional-quality marketing materials in-house. Ideally suited for small businesses, the Officejet Pro L7580 can increase productivity and save precious space by printing, copying, scanning, and faxing in a single, convenient device that stylishly sits on a desktop.

Fax, scan, and copy up to 50-page documents easily, using the integrated automatic document feeder (ADF).

Check out some of the Officejet L7000 series main features. View larger.

A sleek, and productive, addition to any office.

Produce business documents that impress for up to 25 percent lower cost per page than laser AiOs—as low as 1.5 cents per page.1

Built on HP's scalable printing technology, the Officejet L7580 offers faster speeds, lower costs, and higher quality and reliability. Leveraging HP's high-capacity, low cost-per-page print Vivera ink cartridges--which are uniquely optimized for plain paper office printing--the HP Officejet L7580 provides laser-quality text and consistent, brilliant images for brochures and marketing collateral. For even better results, and highly smear-resistant prints, use HP Everyday Papers with ColorLok Technology.

Print at breakthrough speeds
Produce professional-quality documents and bring color speeds and proven HP performance into your home or small office. Print at up to 35 pages per minute (ppm) black-and-white and up to 34 ppm color. Or, conveniently and efficiently create high-impact documents with laser quality speeds of up to 10 ppm color and up to 12 ppm black-and-white text. The HP Officejet Pro L7580 All-in-One comes with a 250-page paper tray.

Professional quality, low cost.2
With the HP Officejet Pro L7580 All-in-One you’ll spend less for a professional business color printer. Create color presentation materials, brochures, graphics, and color text for up to a 25 percent lower cost per page than laser all-in-ones--as low as 6 cents per color page and 1.5 cents per black-and-white page. You’ll also save ink and money since HP Vivera ink cartridges are designed for efficient ink usage. Print up to 2,450 black-and-white pages or up to 1,700 color pages before replacing your HP high-capacity ink cartridges.

Reliable innovations because you need flexibility in your business
Improve productivity and convenience for everyone in the office by sharing your HP Officejet Pro L7580 All-in-One with multiple PCs thanks to flexible built-in wired networking. Scan documents for reprinting and storage with up to 2400 dpi CCD optical resolution flatbed scanning.

Easily upgradeable
If for some reason down the road, you realize that your business could benefit from additional features like a 50-page automatic document feeder (ADF) or and additional 350-page paper tray--don’t sweat it. Both of these items are available separately for an additional cost and a cinch to add to your HP Officejet Pro L7580 All-in-One.3,4 You can also cut the cord on your HP Officejet Pro L7580 All-in-One and go wireless with the HP bt450 Bluetooth Wireless Printer Adapter available for purchase separately at

1. Cost per page laser supplies comparisons based on published manufacturer specifications of the highest capacity cartridges available for color laser all-in-ones under $1,000 and mono laser all-in-ones under $500 as reported by Current Analysis, Inc. as of July 2006. HP Officejet Pro L7000 Series All-in-One estimates based on HP 88XL Ink Cartridges (not included, sold separately) estimated street price and published yield. For more information, go to Actual results may vary.
2. Referenced low running costs are available with HP 88XL Large Ink Cartridges only. Not included, purchase separately. 3. HP automatic two-sided printing accessory, included with L7680 and L7780 products. Not included on L7580 product. Please purchase separately.
4. The additional 350-sheet tray is included standard with the HP Officejet Pro L7780 AiO. Not included with the L7580 and L7680 models, please purchase separately.
5. Wireless printing requires HP bt450 Bluetooth Wireless Printer Adapter not included, purchase separately.

What’s in the box
Officejet L7580 All-in-One Printer, Fax, Scanner, Copier, 2 printheads, HP 88 Black Ink Cartridge (20.5 ml), HP 88 Cyan Ink Cartridge (9 ml), HP 88 Magenta Ink Cartridge (9 ml), HP 88 Yellow Ink Cartridge (9 ml), power supply, power cord, phone cord, Setup Poster, Getting Started Guide, CD-ROM for Windows and Mac, User's Guide on CD-ROM (some options only)

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 14 x 22.9 x 20.7 inches ; 32.8 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 42.3 pounds
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
  • International Shipping: This item is not eligible for international shipping. Learn More
  • Item model number: OJ PRO L7580
  • Average Customer Review: 2.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (94 customer reviews)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here
  • Date first available at July 7, 2004

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

2.6 out of 5 stars

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

70 of 71 people found the following review helpful By Reagan J. Zogby on May 14, 2007
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Recently upgraded to MS Vista and almost at the same time, ran out of ink on my two HP printers, one for pictures and an older All in One. The L7580 had just been released and I was particularly interested in its ability to print using less ink at a resultant cost savings over my two existing printers. When I got it and printed out the test page, I jumped because of the speed at which the page kicked out. I had to use this with a temporary HP print driver on my Vista machine, but the full Vista driver is now available. Installed the new driver (all 360 Mbytes) without any problems. I am happy with all its features. Have not had any problems with this since I took it out of the package. The front display shows the status of your ink cartridges which is helpful. Also, the ink cartridges now all use the same number on the package so you can easily find replacement cartridges without having to remember multiple numbers. Picture and scanner quality is excellent for my standards and needs. It comes with a slot to insert memory cards, but since I use Photoshop to prepare my pictures, I have never used this feature on this system. If this is important, then the larger display of the next model up would be desirable. Four stars means I am very happy with this printer. I would consider five stars if I was more of an aficianado of the various printers out there and could speak more knowledgeably about other models.
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42 of 45 people found the following review helpful By R Green on May 7, 2007
After spending a day and a half with technical support, I returned the printer and purchased a Canon MP530. Here are some of my suggestions:

1. If you end up buying one and need to call tech support, try to get the Canadian call center - they are helpful and my multiple hours on the phone was as pleasant as could be

2. Not all the features in the manual are available on all models. the digital file cabinet for example is only available on the very high end one. note to HP: spend a couple of extra dollars and either print separate manuals or at least spell out which features are available on which models. And it's not like they chopped down trees to print the manual. it's a digital file yet they didn't take the couple of hours that it might have taken to customize the manual.

3. the software is the worse i've seen. It never installed correctly and HP took me through a full hour of manually uninstalling the many different parts to re-install. waste of time as I never could get the printer to be recognized the second time

4. I set up the canon mp530 in 30 minutes earlier today and I've been smiling ever since.

5. And before the hp people discount this review as someone not technically astute, my primary business for ten years was digital printing and pre-press. I've been part of the industry for many many years.
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38 of 42 people found the following review helpful By G. Zichermann on July 3, 2007
Bought the 7530 in all its overpackaged glory today. Brought it home and began the arduous process of setting it up (30 mins of labor just installing ink/paper/print heads). After bringing it online, it began its self-test and installation routine. During the install, the printer gave me 3 paper jam errors (there were no paper jams) and failed to initialize.

I then called HP support where I was routed to an Indian call center and put on hold for 33.5 minutes without talking to anyone knowledgeable. Three further calls to support resulted in misrouted queue requests ("Your product appears to be out of warranty"), until I finally reached Chris. Chris had absolutely zero insight or valuable assistance to offer me in setting up this printer.

Let me be clear - I'm a very experienced technology CEO - and am really comfortable setting up devices like printers. But companies don't seem to realize that their customers' impressions are made/broken on the very first interaction with support. In this regard, HP fails (much like Dell) to resolve issues in a timely and appropriate fashion - and, therefore, makes me not want to buy their products.

So, I'm going to return this to CompUsa tomorrow and buy that Canon MP830 that I *know* to be an excellent printer - at least they can support their products appropriately.
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28 of 30 people found the following review helpful By Brian Baker VINE VOICE on November 29, 2007
As a former professional photographer, a printer's performance as a photo processor is really where the rubber meets the road. Let's face it, in this day and age, almost any multi-function unit from a reputable manufacturer will do a good job on the typical uses of faxing, printing and scanning documents, and that sort of thing. But how will they perform as photo printers?

I shoot Nikon pro-level cameras and lenses, both film and digital. I have a Canon 9950F dedicated print scanner, a Nikon CoolScan negative/slide scanner, and an HP 8750 as a dedicated printer for larger format photo prints. I use Photoshop, Lightroom, DNG Converter, and other top-end photo software. The quality of my photo prints is absolutely crucial to me artistically.

What I wanted was a printer that would allow me to print standard size prints -- 4X6 and 5X7 -- without having to run them through my 8750, while still getting lab quality prints in an archival medium.

The 7580 fills the bill admirably. It uses the Vivera inks, which on HP's Premium Plus papers will last for over 100 years. That was a vast improvement over my Canon i9900, which though it was a fine printer that yielded excellent images, those images could be expected to start fading in a pretty short period of time. That was simply unacceptable to me.

Image quality, as I wrote, is as good as one gets from a lab. As a photo scanner, it will be more than adequate for the vast majority of users, with a good interface. Scan qualities can be improved through the use of Photoshop, Lightroom, or many other available software programs.

I will say that once I get to print sizes of 8X10 and up, there's a (to me) noticeable difference in the quality of the finished product between my 7580 and my 8750.
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