HP Deskjet F4480 Inkjet All-in-One Printer (CB745A#B1H)
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- Print, Scan and Copy
- Up to 28 ppm black and 22 ppm color
- 29 Second 4x6 photos
- Borderless photos up to panoramma
- Uses HP 60 and HP 60XL ink cartridges
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Keep it simple with this efficient all-in-one printer, scanner, copier for your home.
Made from 50 percent recycled plastic, the F4480 makes it easy to save energy, paper, and money, and makes Web-page printing a piece of cake.
Simple to set up—even easier to use
- With a very simple setup you'll be printing, scanning and copying in no time.
- Easily make prints, scans and copies with clear, straightforward buttons.
- Have new ink ready when you need it thanks to automatic low-ink alerts.
- Print great-looking photos right at home with borderless printing.
Resourceful all-in-one knows how to save
- Save money and energy with this efficient Energy Star qualified all-in-one.
- Use paper more efficiently by printing multiple pages onto each side of the paper using the paper-saving Printing option.
- Take a step to a greener way of life using this HP All-in-One made from recycled plastic material.
- Enjoy free, easy and responsible ink cartridge recycling via HP Planet Partners (visit hp.com/recycle).
Print from the Web easily and efficiently
- Save ink and paper by combining content from multiple web pages onto one page with HP Smart Web Printing.
- Conserve print supplies by clipping content from multiple websites and printing on a single page.
- Stay organized by adding personal notes to Web pages before printing.
- Add personal notes to Web pages before printing
- Less waste--this HP product created from 50 percent recycled plastic.
- Packaging is 100 percent recyclable.
- Original HP 60 cartridge bodies contain at least 50 percent recycled plastic.
- Print resolution: Black (best quality): Up to 600 dpi; Color (best quality): Up to 4800 x 1200 optimized dpi from 1200 dpi input data (when printing from a computer on photo paper)
- Print speed: Black: Up to 28 ppm; Color: Up to 22 ppm
- Print features: Borderless Printing: Yes (up to 8.5 x 11 in); Duplex Print Options: Manual (driver support provided)
- Scan input modes: Front-panel scan, copy
- Scan resolution: Hardware: Up to 1200 x 2400 dpi; Optical: Up to 1200 dpi
- Scan speed: Preview: Up to 27 sec; OCR (letter): < 41 sec
- Scan size: 8.5 x 11.7 inches, maximum
- Copy resolution: Black (text and graphics): Up to 600 optimized dpi from 300 dpi input; Color (text and graphics): Up to 1200 optimized dpi from 600 dpi input
- Copy speed: Black: Up to 28 cpm; Color: Up to 22 cpm
- Copier settings: Stand-alone black and color copying for plain paper or photo paper
- Copier resize: 25 to 200 percent
- Number of copies: Up to 9
- Supported media: Paper (plain, inkjet, photo), envelopes, transparencies, labels, cards, HP premium media, iron-on transfers, borderless media
- Supported sizes: Letter, legal, 4 x 6 in, 5 x 7 in, 8 x 10 in, No. 10 envelopes
- Paper handling: 80-sheet input tray, 15-sheet output tray
- PC compatibility: Windows Vista (32 and 64-bit), Windows XP (SP1 or higher [32-bit]), Mac OS X v 10.4, Mac OS X v 10.5, Windows 2000 and Windows XP Professional x64 are supported with a basic print and scan solution only
- Dimensions: 17 x 11.5 x 6.4 inches
- Connectivity: USB 2.0
What's in the Box
HP Deskjet F4480 All-in-One, HP 60 Black Ink Cartridge (~ 200 pages), HP 60 Tri-color Ink Cartridge (~ 150 pages), software CD, setup poster, reference guide, power supply, power cord
Top Customer Reviews
I'm giving the HP two stars, not one, because it is in many ways a good machine. It is quiet and the copies look good. I was somewhat happy with it. BUT THESE HP PRINTERS USE INK LIKE CRAZY. They are a ripoff.
The Canon system is MUCH better. The cartridges come full and are translucent so you can see the ink in them and watch it run out. They last about 1.5 - 2 months each at my rate of printing (fairly heavy home office usage, as I run a consulting business).
The HP cartridges keep getting weaker and weaker. They hardly put any ink in them, so I have to buy them in bulk at Costco and replace them every 3-4 weeks. And you can't see inside them, so HP seems to reduce the ink that each cartridge holds but won't tell you this. Even more amusing -- every time you change a cartridge, the printer goes through an elaborate routine of printing "test pages," using up YET MORE INK. You cannot stop these test pages or they print again as soon as you turn the machine back on.
What we *do* know is that HP is charging more for their ink per ounce than you would pay for gasoline, Dom Perignon champagne, or virtually any other fluid on earth.
This is their business decision to make. Every company seems to want a subscription model now and I guess HP has decided to sell cheap printers and then make a living off of high-margin ink. But I will pay off the cost of my new Canon in less than a year just by buying less ink. After that it is all profit to me.
And the Canon PIXMA is better for the environment and for my sanity. Plus it works great and the copies and photos look just as good as the HP.
SETUP: no usb cable included but I used my old hp usb (usb head at one end and the other is more square with rounded corners on the top, 1/4" x 1/4" or so, if u need to go get one brfore your printer arrives), follow the quick setup sheet (it's easy/short, I'm not much for instructions but glad ?I read them), I have an older pc but the disk setup took some 20 minutes or so with a restart too.
PRINT QUALITY/SPEED: moderare speed, good quality text printing, will post follow-up when I print pics, also will post when I find out how long the inks last (I am skeptical about them, little and light cartridges)
RECOMMEND: at this point, yes...you won't find it cheaper retail
While the option to scan documents directly to the desktop had to be set up within the software and even though it took some fiddling around to do, it is possible and works very well. Everything I scan goes from the scanner to a file on the desktop labeled by the month. So, once I go to the first of a new month, I move last month's file with all the scanned documents to a storage drive and I'm ready for a new month.
The software is very flexible in this regard and each shortcut key on the printer can be tweaked. For example the scan button can be programed to default to either PDF or TIF. It will label each scan to whatever you like, etc.
The bottom feeder was important to me since who hasn't struggled with loading a pile of paper into a rear feeding printer and having it not grab properly in the back? So that was my personal preference, not something specific to my work requirements.
Other than that, the print quality is as good as any and it is EXTREMELY quick to print on draft mode. The reason I gave it 4 stars and not 5 is because it goes through ink pretty quikly. In shopping around I find that the XL cartridge for this printer lasts 3 times as long as the stock cartridge but lasts 3 times as long. I've ordered the XL for replacements but have yet to try it so I don't know if that holds true.
Overall I'm pleased with my choice of this printer for my needs and circumstances.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I needed to replace our old printer with this particular model. It is older but it has performed as expected and seems to be A-ok.Published 4 months ago by Twinky
Considering this printer prints on paper, and the printer won't load the paper, it's fairly useless. Currently using it as a paperweight for all the paper it won't load.Published 9 months ago by J. Davenport
Delivery was prompt, the printer is working very well, it could not be better,Published 11 months ago by nicolai
It was broken when it arrived. But it was easy to return. I don't know how it worked so can't comment on thatPublished 11 months ago by Julia Rhodes