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HP Photosmart C4280 All-in-One Printer/Scanner/Copier (CC210A#ABA)

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  • Robust and affordable all-in-one printer, scanner, and copier for home office and photo printing
  • Preview and print photos without a PC by using 1.5-inch display; print photos in a snap without a PC by using memory card
  • Print and copy snapshots with or without borders
  • Print photos and laser-quality text with speeds up to 30 pages per minute
  • 1-Year limited manufacturer's warranty
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HP Photosmart C4280 All-in-One Printer/Scanner/Copier (CC210A#ABA) + HP 74 & HP 75 (CC659FN#140) Tri-color Original Ink Cartridges, 2 pack + HP 74XL Ink Cartridge- Black
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Technical Details

  • color
  • photo
  • Copying
  • scanning

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 6.4 x 23.1 x 17.1 inches ; 14.4 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 13.4 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B000P6L92C
  • Item model number: C4280
  • Average Customer Review: 2.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (168 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank:
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: June 1, 2007

Product Description

Product Description

HP C4280 Photosmart All In One Printer. Enjoy the value of printing, scanning and copying your photos with one versatile, compact machine. Make quick, beautiful reprints from original photos, using a one touch copy button. Copy in color or black and white, enlarge and zoom all without a PC via easy one touch buttons. Get more affordable printing and fewer cartridge changes with new high capacity inkjet cartridges. Easily edit, print and share photos using included HP Photosmart Essential software. Print photos in a snap without a PC, using a memory card. Preview and print photos without a PC, using a 1.5 inch display. Start HP Photosmart Essential to quickly share, save and print photos. Start HP Photosmart Essential to quickly share, save and print photos. Print what you see HP Smart Web Printing ensures you get usable web pages without cutoff edges. Optimize print and copy quality for various kinds of paper with the automatic paper type sensor. Print true to life photos using HP Vivera Inks. Expand your color range with optional 6 ink color. Make memories last print true to life photos that resist fading for generations. Bring new life to old photos, using HP scanning technology and included software.


Amazon.com Product Description The HP Deskjet D4280 is a compact color inkjet printer, copier, and scanner that is capable of printing at speeds of up to 30 ppm in black & white and 23 ppm in color. This multifunction printer can also print borderless 8.5 x 11-inch photos that feature vivid color and 4800 x 1200 dpi resolution directly from supported memory cards.

The HP Deskjet D4280 offers:
  • The ability to Print, Copy, and Scan
  • Print and copy speeds up to 30 ppm black & white and 23 ppm color
  • 1 USB port and 4 memory card slots
  • Color print resolution of up to 4800 x 1200 dpi
  • A 100-sheet paper tray

The HP Deskjet D4280 is a true multifunction printer. View larger.

Print directly from a wide variety of memory cards. View larger.
Print Crisp, Colorful Photos and Image-Rich Documents
Not only does the HP D4280 print colorful photos and documents at speeds reaching 23 ppm, but it also makes the quality of the imagery a priority, with its use of HP Vivera Inks and optional six-ink color process.

With the HP D4280, you can print directly from a variety of supported memory cards, including CompactFlash, Memory Sticks (Duo), SD, MMC, and xD-Picture Cards. No need for the computer; just plug-in a compatible memory card and use the colorful 1.5 inch LCD screen to help guide you through the printing process.

Color Copy and Scan With Ease
The D4280 features easy one-button copying in both black & white and full-color with ultra-high resolution capabilities of up to 600 dpi and 4800 x 12000 dpi respectively. It will make as many as 50 copies with the push of a button at speeds of up to 30 cpm in black & white and 23 cpm in color. Reduce or enlarge originals from 25% to 200% for added versatility.

Get a full-color preview of your scan in about three seconds before you actually decide to scan any document. Once you decide to scan, it will be quick; in a matter of seconds, you'll have full-color images up to 1200 dpi in dynamic 48-bit color. Use the included software to enhance a scanned image or document to an unbelievable 19,200 dpi for producing large-scale prints and digital documents.

Versatile Paper Handling
This printer will handle a variety of special media, including envelopes, transparencies, photo paper, panoramas, and more. The 100-sheet paper tray provides plenty of paper capacity for small-scale jobs.

Compatible with both Windows (some features may not be available with Windows 2000) and Macintosh, the HP Deskjet D4280 measures 17.09 x 11.42 x 6.38 inches and weighs 11.09 pounds. It's backed by a 1-year limited warranty.

What's in the Box
HP Photosmart C4280 All-in-One, HP 74 Black Inkjet Print Cartridge (4.5 ml), HP 75 Tri-Color Inkjet Print Cartridge (3.5 ml), power supply, power cord, software CD, setup guide, basics guide, read-iris flyer, registration card, and pen shopping card.

Customer Reviews

I blame the software/drivers.
M. Damberg
This printer worked fine for me for a while, then one day (after about 6 months of non-use) it didn't.
John S. Harris
I would never buy this printer again; it is a piece of junk.
Chris Justice

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

70 of 81 people found the following review helpful By Brian Asquith on September 9, 2007
I figured the price of this was a little too good to be true and having only had it for a couple of weeks I'm beginning to think I was right. Bought it as a temporary printer for a homeoffice to be replaced somewhere in the nearish future - alas I'm already looking to replace it. Currently trying to run the scanner to see how good it is and alas I'm getting a "USB Not Connected" error even though it is connected as I can print. In draft mode it prints the pages very quickly which is to be expected but then proceeds to eject them at too high a velocity so they're all over the floor...couldn't HP incorporate a brake on the spooling when ejecting the page. Have a bad feeling about this printer, going by the other cautionary reviews here you might be better placed to spend a few more dollars and go with something a little more substantial/trustworthy. I won't be buying another one that's for sure.

After a couple of weeks use I am beginning to dislike this printer with a vengence - HP are obviously focusing on how to reach the market to sell cartridges without focusing on the quality of the printer using them - HP used to deliver a quality printer - now I would have to question their business ethics....this printer device is junk. 0 Stars.

OK...after another week of use the printer when the printer goes in to idle mode it is no longer being detected by the pc. This requires a turning off/on of the printer to have it recognised as a new device on the USB. There is too much tomfoolery with this thing - I'm now looking for a full refund from HP, I'll buy something more expensive but hopefully not sure a bear to use. Interesting how amazon won't allow you to change your initial star rating.
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29 of 32 people found the following review helpful By Penumbra TOP 1000 REVIEWER on April 13, 2008
The C4280 has been in my home office for ten months now. I've got the software loaded on three laptops ranging in age from 4 years to six months old; all of which are running Windows XP. We've been using it for work, personal and school projects without any problems.

The scanner has a couple of modes. The document mode had a couple of surprises. When scanning a document from the newspaper, the document mode added typos that were not on the original. It also changed hand printed notes in the margin into a typeface. Now I just scan documents with the photographic mode to keep them looking like the originals. In photographic mode, the scanner software offers some ability to edit and manipulate the image.

Only in the past month have we started buying HP photographic paper and using the C4280 to print pictures from the digital camera. I'm amazed at the results produced by this ink jet printer! I had retouched some old photos of my parents and had them printed as 8x10's at a local camera store with a good reputation. The C4280 with photo paper produced prints that looked every bit as good as the expensive camera store versions.

The printer takes two ink cartridges - one color and one black. Refill ink cartridges are available in "regular" and "XL" sizes. The cartridge modes (74 and 75) are readily available. I've seen the refills here on Amazon, Office Max, Staples, BrandSmart, and Costco - so, they're not hard to come by.

The C4280 has been an excellent personal printer (copier, scanner) for me. Frankly, I'm shocked by all the bad reviews on this board, but I am not trying to run it with Mac, Vista OS, or making it the primary printer for a busy office.
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30 of 35 people found the following review helpful By T. Dunckel on July 10, 2007
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I just bought this printer after using a lexmark and having nothing but problems since I upgraded to Vista. This works wonderfully. You can print, scan, copy by just using the buttons on the printer. You can even insert your memory card from your digital camera into a slot and print right from there. I have had no problems whatsoever with this printer. Just be sure to read what version of Windows it supports as I do not think it supports Windows 2000.
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13 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on September 17, 2007
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I was looking for a simple printer/scanner/copier for my daughter to take to school. I wanted something reliable without tons of menus or complications. It can also read and print directly from several types of memory cards.

So far this printer fits the bill - does everything simply at a decent price. I also bought one for my nephew. The print output looks good and is quick enough for individual use. Simple copying is easy - push one button for B&W or one for color. I don't know how well it will last, as we just started using it.

Downside - There is no separate output tray, so it is easy for printed papers to spit into the paper tray and get jumbled and possibly cause a jam. If you want to walk away during a large print job, this is not the printer for you.

Also, the inks are very expensive. A set of ink cartridges (large capacity) cost almost as much as the printer. True photo quality prints also require a different ink cartridge.
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By D. McCartney on August 13, 2007
In use with Mac OS 10.4, this all-in-one is a nightmare in the small office. It jams on about half of its attempts to feed paper, and has no good access to the interior for clearing paper jams. Removing the back panel reveals cheap, brittle plastic involved in the moving parts of the unit.

Scanner often produces skewed, cut-off images even with automatic straightening turned off - and the software (HP Scan Pro) regularly crashes while in use.

This printer is inexpensive, but you get what you pay for. In this case, you'd be better off spending the money on a toaster - it would perform almost as well in the all-in-one print/scan/copy market.
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