HP Deskjet F380 All-in-One Printer/Scanner/Copier
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- Print/Scan/Copy with HP Real Life Technologies
- Scan with 1200 x x 2400 dpi Optical Resolution and 48-bit Color Depth
- Print and copy photos as 4 x 6 inch Borderless Prints or Up to 8.5 x 11 Inches
- Print Up to 20 ppm Black and 14 ppm Color
- 10.30 lbs (WxLxH) 9.25" x 16.79" x 12.00"
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I haven't had any problems with it - software or performance. But it's just adequate. After making 10 copies the ink indicator was at 2/3. It really only scans marginally well. If you want it for color scans or pictures take time to research better printers.
HP makes good moderate-use printers and this is one.
Bottom line, this is a very good printer that you will end up buying a lot of replacement cartridges for. I can't recommend it for that reason alone.
Some have commented that the cartridges are cheap. There's a reason for that - they hardly hold any ink. I just finished printing about a hundred pages of text on fast-draft from a new black & white cartridge, and it's nearly empty. I would hardly call $15 for 100 - 150 pages printed on fast-draft "cheap"! And neither would I call the color cartridge I bought that wouldn't function after two weeks of non-use "cheap" either.
I've since found that if I let the color cartridge sit for just a few days without use, it clogs up and requires intensive cleaning to get it working again. Of course, intensive cleaning means wasting a good quantity of ink. And to clean the color cartridge, you have to clean the black cartridge at the same time, so good ink gets wasted for nothing.
HP used to make good printers, INCLUDING cheap printers. So, I'll never believe this thing is a "value" at the price. I don't need fancy features; I just need it to work and not rip me off.
And when I said I had just finished printing a hundred pages, it wasn't a simple matter of just printing the pages, by any stretch. Instead, it was a matter of printing some, pulling out the stack of paper it tried to pull through at once, clearing the print queue, unplugging the printer, waiting, plugging it back in and turning it on, seeing if Windows detected it, and then either managing to get a bit more printed or unplugging the printer and plugging it in again. All of this to print just a hundred pages!
Beyond that, the output tray is so screwy that you have to watch it like a hawk, especially on fast-draft, or you'll have even more jams.Read more ›
1. Jams every 2-3 print jobs. Requires a lot of time and TLC to keep it running.
2. Software incessantly hounds you to waste ink on unnecessary "alignment" pages, whether or not you've recently installed a new cartrige.
1. Fast print speed, for the price, when it's working. Unfortunately, this benefit is negated by #1 above.
2. Has never jammed due to paper misfeed. The frequent jams don't waste paper, at least.
This is not the upgrade I thought it would be from my old Lexmark cheapo. I thought the HP brand assured me of higher quality and performance than Lexmark, so I was willing to pay a higher price for the HP. Now I wish I had my old Lexmark back, and I'm sorry I wasted my money on the F340.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Timely delivery. Works great. Was perfect after a good wipe downPublished 3 months ago by Amazon Customer
I have used this printer for 10years and have just recently replaced it. Easy to use and don't have to get a lone to buy the ink.Published 21 months ago by Amazon Customer
It was the perfect match for my old computer and at a time, when I need to print and scan, I am happy to have found it.Published 22 months ago by Tina Stephens
Bought it brand new and installed everything in the right order. Install the color ink and black ink Properly as stated!!! Read morePublished 23 months ago by Thach Nguyen
I bought used one, it was to replace my old one which was broken,
it works fine, my old did not scan at all, this do all of these things.It is great.
This printer prints good quality. Seems to use a lot of ink - this may be because cartridges need improvement.Published on January 24, 2014 by APO
What in the world? Seriously folks, over $300?! This thing had a MSRP of $79. EIGHT years ago! How do these people come up with these prices??? Read morePublished on November 12, 2013 by D. Peterson