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HP Officejet 7000 Wide Format Printer (C9299A#B1H)

by HP
3.5 out of 5 stars 123 customer reviews
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  • Print on various paper types and sizes from 3.5 x 5 inches up to 13 x 19 inches - plus get stunning borderless photos with HP Officejet inks.
  • Maximum letter print speeds up to 33 ppm black, 32 ppm color2.
  • This HP Officejet printer consumes up to 40% less energy than letter-size laser printers5.
  • Save money by replacing only the individual ink cartridge that runs out.
  • Lowest cost per page among wide-format inkjets up to 13 x 19-inch using HP Officejet inks1
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Product Description

Fast, network printing up to 13 x 19 inches with lowest cost per page vs. wide-format inkjets1

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 15.8 x 22.6 x 7.1 inches ; 15.4 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 20.8 pounds
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
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  • ASIN: B002E1RITO
  • Item model number: C9299A#B1H
  • Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (123 customer reviews)
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  • Date first available at Amazon.com: September 14, 2004
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Please be aware, before buying this printer, that it uses traditional four-color (cyan, magenta, yellow, black (CMYK)) technology. While four-color printing is the standard for offset color printing (i.e.: the process used by commercial printing plants), this printer is not capable of producing the lifelike continuous tones of a six-or-more color printer designed for printing photographs. That doesn't mean it's bad for its intended use--the speedy printing of typical business documents on plain paper, or getting output that simulates the four-color offset printing process--but it does mean that shoppers looking for photographic-quality output should look for a different printer better suited to that objective.

On behalf of a family member who works as a commercial artist, I wanted a large-format printer to replace a pair of ancient Epsons that constantly clogged. I bought a new large-format Epson (Workforce 1100--see my review) thinking that 15 years of development since my old printers were made would mean Epson had solved the clogging problem. I was mistaken--it clogged almost immediately and took multiple ink-consuming cleaning cycles to clear before it clogged again--so I returned it.

I was somewhat wary of this OfficeJet 7000, since it has gotten some very articulate and feature-specific negative reviews on Amazon. However, I took a chance because A. there are very few large-format inkjet printers available, and B. those that HP sells specifically for graphics users (DesignJets) hover around the $1000 mark--They may be very good printers, but I didn't want to spend that much.

Making sure that the local store I bought my OfficeJet 7000 from had a reasonable return policy, I dragged the large box home and began to unpack it.
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We were very excited to buy our first wide-format printers. I am a designer and photographer and my husband is an architect so we needed something to meet both our needs. The cost seemed amazing $[...] on sale from $[...] but the quality of the images that came out was far worse than our 10 year- old less than $[...]printer.

First off we did many tests- probably about $[...] worth of paper and ink. Tried it with all the special HP recommended papers tried several settings, printing from different programs, different papers. Everything looked grainy. The vectors and lines looked ok so long as they were not inverted (white lines with black background).

-If you just want to print AutoCad 13x19 drawings (black vectors)- then you should be fine.
-If you want low contrast color pictures and you don't care if the shaded areas are a bit grainy- then you should be fine.

Anything else for the HP officejet 7000 just falls short.
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I bought my printer from Office MAX along with their warranty which is to me lifesaver,
After experience with Epson workforce 1100 printer and 7 minutes per tabloid size print in best photo mode I switched to HP 7000
Epson gave me small binding lines in every printing mode and printing sometimes 50 or more tabloid size prints with 7 minutes printing time simply is not what I can do.
With Office jet 7000 speed and print quality is great in best mode. In normal gives you some kind of reverse banding with overlapping ink creating regular darker lines.(experience with 5 of them) But best mode is fairly fast and nice quality.
THE BIG PROBLEM OF THIS PRINTER IS PAPER HANDLING. If you print on letter size text paper or even 80# postcard / cover paper the printer is ejecting the pieces mostly in normal fashion. The best part comes when you are trying to print on Tabloid size paper or better Glossy Tabloid size paper. Printer is not able to eject the heavy piece of paper after finishing of the print.
The small tiny metal rollers located on exit side of the printer (just after the space where the print head is moving) have no grip on #100 heavy paper (and "0" - grip on glossy heavy paper) and are just sliding on the surface.

In effect if you do not remove the piece in the right moment the printer is sucking the paper back / sideways pressing on the edge of the next coming piece of paper and damaging the edge. After you remove the paper Next print is just about 2" piece of image ( wasted piece of paper) THIS IS MY EXPERIENCE WITH 5 pieces of this OfficeJet 7000. Since I had the warranty from Office Max having problem I simply replaced the printer. The last one I replaced had IDENTICAL HANDLING PAPER STYLE / ISSUES like the new one I brought home.
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The printer has very good quality. I like the fact that the software integrates well with the hP solution center so you can go to one place to view things such as ink and cleaning of print heads (I also have an officejet Pro 8000). The only thing I had a problem with was I thought it would print borderless on all formats up to the maximum size (I think it was 13 x 19). I made a custom brochure using Adobe Indesign and built it at 8.5 x 14 to give me a little more area to work with but could not find the setting to print borderless at that size. It supported 8.5 x 11 and 11 x 17 borderless. It would have been nice to have all sizes borderless. Maybe HP could put out an updated driver that would allow for that. Otherwise, it is a good printer for the money.

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