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HP OfficeJet Pro 8620 Wireless All-in-One Photo Printer with Mobile Printing, Instant Ink ready (A7F65A) - Discontinued by Manufacturer
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- Showcase your business, and make a professional impression with high-quality color printing for up to 50% lower cost per page than lasers.
- Print from your smartphone, tablet, and notebook across the office or on the go. It's simple and direct-even without a network-using wireless options or NFC touch-to-print technology. Use Ethernet for wired connectivity.
- Handle more tasks without slowing down. Help enable business growth with an e-all-in-one you can count on to be easy to use for every task.
- Increased business efficiency
- This HP Printer is compatible with Windows 10 (printer driver update may be required)
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- Up to 21 ppm black
- Up to 16.5 ppm color
- 25 to 400% copy reduce/enlarge
- Up to 1200 dpi scan resolution
- Width x Depth x Height: 19.7 x 18.5 x 12.4 inches
HP OfficeJet Pro 8620 All-in-One
Drive business success—for less than lasers
Set up your business to grow with eye-catching color marketing materials for up to 50% lower cost per page than lasers. Take advantage of fast print and scan speeds and the intuitive touchscreen to cruise through tasks. Help keep business moving with easy mobile printing at work, home, or on the go and convenient NFC touch-to-print technology.
- Set the pace for success with fast printing speeds—up to 21 ppm black-and-white and 16.5 ppm color.
- Help your business stand out with borderless, double-sided marketing materials.
- Easily print from your smartphone, tablet and notebook—with wireless options, NFC touch-to-print technology and Ethernet printing.
- Easily manage all your tasks and access apps—just tap and swipe the 4.3" touchscreen.
- This HP Printer is compatible with Windows 10 (printer driver update may be required).
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Business quality, lower cost: Get professional prints at up to half the cost per page of color laser.
Easy mobile printing: Stay connected with the easiest way to print from your smartphone or tablet—setup is simple.
Master multitasker: Copy, scan, duplex, web access and more.
Wireless printing: Print and share with notebooks or PCs on an existing wireless network, using the freedom of built-in wireless.
Easy wireless setup: Quick and easy wireless setup with HP Auto Wireless Connect.
Built-in networking: Connect printing devices to PCs securely with built-in Ethernet ports.
Borderless printing: Print borderless 4 x 6 inch photos and documents up to 8.5 x 11 inch.
Scan to e-mail: Streamline workflow by scanning a document as an e-mail attachment directly from the printer's touchscreen.
Automatic 2-sided printing: Save paper and time using automatic 2-sided printing.
Automatic document feeder: Scan and copy multiple pages efficiently with an automatic document feeder.
Color touchscreen: Access, store and print with the tap of a finger.
NFC touch-to-print: Easily print with just a touch from your NFC-printing-enabled smartphone or tablet.
Legal-size scan bed: Easily scan legal documents on the scanning bed.
Fax: Boost office efficiency with an all-in-one that includes fax functionality.
Easy USB printing: Quickly print from flash drives using the easy-access USB drive.
Print speed black ISO laser comparable: Up to 21 ppm .
Print speed black draft: Up to 34 ppm .
Print speed color ISO laser comparable: Up to 16.5 ppm .
Print speed color draft: Up to 34 ppm .
Recommended monthly page volume: 250 to 1,500 pages.
Paper handling input, standard: 250-sheet input tray, 50-sheet ADF.
Paper handling output, standard: 150-sheet output tray.
Scanner type: Flatbed, ADF
Scan resolution, optical: 1200 dpi
Copy reduce/enlarge settings: 25 per cent−400 per cent.
Fax resolution: Black (best): Color (best): 200 x 200 dpi; Black (standard): 203 x 98 dpi; Color (standard): 200 x 200 dpi.
Warranty: One-year limited hardware warranty; 24-hour, 7 days a week Web support; business hour phone support within warranty period.
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|Connectivity Technology||USB; Ethernet; Wi-Fi||Wi-Fi; USB; Ethernet||USB; Ethernet; Wi-Fi||Wi-Fi; USB; Ethernet||USB; Wi-Fi; Ethernet||Wi-Fi; Ethernet|
|Item Dimensions||12.4 x 19.7 x 18.5 in||19.7 x 20.9 x 13.4 in||11.8 x 19.7 x 18.5 in||19.7 x 16.5 x 12.4 in||15.7 x 19.7 x 18.5 in||19.7 x 20.9 x 16.2 in|
|Item Weight||28.62 lbs||33.02 lbs||26.24 lbs||25.4 lbs||35.01 lbs||40.61 lbs|
|Maximum Print Speed (Black and White)||34 pages_per_minute||—||19 pages_per_minute||—||21 pages_per_minute||24 pages_per_minute|
|Media Size Maximum||8.5 x 14 inch||8.5 x 14 inch||8.5 x 14 inch||8.5 x 14 inch||8.5 x 14 inch||8.5 x 14 inch|
|Operating System||Windows, Mac||Windows, Mac, Linux||Windows, Mac||Windows, Mac, Linux||Windows, Mac||Windows, Mac, Linux|
|Print Media Type||Envelopes, Paper (plain)||Envelopes, Paper (plain)||Envelopes, Paper (plain)||Envelopes, Paper (plain)||Glossy film, Glossy photo paper, Card stock, Paper (plain)||Glossy film, Glossy photo paper, Paper (plain)|
|Additional Features||AutoDocument Feeder||Auto-Document Feeder||AutoDocument Feeder||Auto-Document Feeder||AutoDocument Feeder||Auto-Document Feeder|
Professional color for less than lasers: Look professional with every page, using Original HP pigment inks for vibrant, durable prints. Set the pace for success with fast printing speeds—up to 21 ppm black-and-white and 16.5 ppm color. Attract new customers with borderless, double-sided marketing materials that help your business stand out.
Print on your terms: Print with just a touch from your NFC-enabled smartphone and tablet. Enable secure wireless printing from your mobile device—no router or access to local network required. Easily print photos, documents, and more when you're on the go, using HP ePrint.
Set a new pace for productivity: Easily manage all your tasks and access apps—just tap and swipe the 4.3-inch (10.9 cm) touchscreen. Speed to success with fast double-sided printing of text documents and borderless color marketing materials. Breeze through multipage documents with automatic two-sided scanning and a 50-page automatic document feeder.
Save up to 50% on ink with HP Instant Ink: Print high-quality documents and photos in black-and-white and color—all for the same low price. Choose from three monthly plans depending on how much you print—change or cancel anytime. Getting started with HP Instant Ink is quick and easy – learn more at http://www.hpinstantink.com
Top customer reviews
I usually write long reviews, but here I'll try to be brief and hit the pros and cons of HP's 8620.
OVERALL; it's a more than capable printer and I'm happy enough with my purchase to keep it. Part of my decision to keep it, rather than opt for a competing product like the Epson WorkForce 3640, is that I've decided to go with long-term reliability over a more sensational print quality or lower price - the latter two (higher quality printing and lower purchase price) I associate with the Epson. I almost pulled the trigger on the Epson 3640 as it seems to address the weaknesses of the HP 8620, but I opted for the HP due to Epson's know issues with wasting expensive ink cartridges and frequent printer head clogs. The HP was nearly twice the price of the Epson ($225 vs $125) - yet I was worried that long-term cost of Epson ink would quickly offset Epson's lower purchase price.
Functionality is high on this HP printer! The wireless printing has been flawless. Both remote e-printing and wireless printing from my Sony laptop, Asus tablet and Samsung Note 3 smartphone have been excellent. The same applies to scanning and copying. I haven't used it as a fax, but it appears from the 3.5 LCD and printing prompts that printing can be done as an efax... So again, funtionality as an all-in-one could not be better.
Cost and reliability of ink and print mechanisms is also very good - maybe even excellent. When comparing ink cartridge pricing with Epson, the cost per page were anecdotally about half the cost! Then given HP's high reviews on ink replacement and general printer reliability, I had to go with HP over Epson. So, low print cost and reliability = win for HP. Clogging and frequent refilling of ink = fail for Epson (even though Epson's overall print quality is superior).
Print, scan and copy speeds are also very good. Excluding wireless printing from tablets and smartphones (which both print quite slowly), the standard print, copy, scan functions are fast!
Print quality is where the tide starts to turn somewhat. I've had other HP printers in the past that used older technology (I assume) but printed more eye-popping color. The overall quality is good, especially with text. But the quality of photos and graphics is okay, and honestly, I was hoping for better. So, print quality of the HP is a mixed bag of mostly good, but not great.
Print quality is only good. That may seem unfair to list this as a "con." But in fairness, print quality is such a key feature of printer ratings that "good" is just okay. Again, I've decided to trade great (Epson) for good (HP) due to other considerations already mentioned. And while totally acceptable, I was a little disappointed that the quality of the HP 8620 printing wasn't "great" based on many of the reviews I read.
Another negative, and frankly a disappointment, is that HP has opted for a type of dedicated paper tray that doesn't allow for manual feeding (at least not easily) of different print stocks. So, if you want to switch to photo paper, cardstock or envelopes, you have to clunkily remove the entire paper tray and paper, then replace them with whatever stock you plan on trying to print on. This is just impractical for an all-in-one that's supposed to cater to small to moderate sized business. The Epson WorkForce by comparison allows you to feed different media/stock through a bypass tray. I almost returned the HP 8620 for this reason alone.
A very minor and final negative of the HP 8620 is that it is BIG. It just seems like HP could have either trimmed down the footprint/size, or at least easily added a bypass tray, because of the size of this thing! When you open the front panel there is room to spare - so it just makes this printer seem unnecessarily large. That said, it does fit on the same desk as my laptop with external keyboard, additional monitors and stereo speakers. So while not a deal-breaker by any means, the larger size ends up being just a minor negative.
MY CONCLUSION; is that the biggest weakness of this HP is the graphic and photo print quality. The quality is not bad, and you could even say it's good. It's just not great - which I wish it was. But I'm unwilling to deal with Epson's known print head clogging issues and need to constantly be replacing ink cartridges.
HP is a very solid choice for overall performance and functionality. I'll be back with an update after a few months of use to see if any of my initial thoughts have changed.
Scanning was the main reason for the purchase, but I got a lot more than I expected. I cannot tell you anything about the faxing feature. I have not nor will I use it in the near future. I will admit, the printer is bigger than I thought, but I can live with that. Oh and as for the person who gave it "one star", I believe that is a "troll" post, which is used to upset or deter people from purchasing this. Not to mention, if all of those things happened (which I find VERY hard to believe), there were much bigger issues than the printer! If you are looking for a printer, this is the one to have!
**Edited on Aug 21, 2014**
I still love the printer very much, but the purpose of this edit is to comment on the other three people who gave it a 1 Star rating.
The one written on July 23, 2014 by Kenneth J. Flanagan leaves me clueless. He says the printer craps out, but that tells me absolutely nothing. I also don't understand his comment regarding the LED. When it goes to sleep, I just leaves a small little light on to let you know that it is still operable and in sleep mode. There is no validity to his review. I think this is another troll post. Not to mention, this is the only review that he's written on Amazon.
The post written on August 19, 2014 by Sue E Lucas makes no sense to me. She is another who only wrote one review and I feel this is also a troll post. She contradicts herself. She claims to have been a HP customer for many years, but in the next paragraph, she says she was cautious in making the purchase. I could be wrong, but I cannot see a person in customer service, from a reputable company, tell a customer that she sounds like a whinny woman. Then she went on to say the representative said, "you sound like the kind of guy that would complain if your neighbor cut his grass and cut a little of yours." I have dealt with their customer service and I don't believe this happened. Not to mention, the calls are recorded. This is another review with no validity.
The last review that I am going to comment on is the one written on August 13, 2014 by James Hochstadt. He is not afraid to give a five star review as he did with another item. His review may have some validity to it, but I cannot verify this claim because I do not use the heavy paper. I have read something similar before. He mentioned that was why they had a class action lawsuit. The only class action lawsuit that I have seen was regarding an issue with the printer staying connected via WiFi. I have not had this problem. It could be that they updated the software, which is done regularly.
I hope this additional information was helpful.