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HP Officejet 6310 All-in-One Printer
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- Robust and affordable all-in-one printer, fax, scanner, and copier
- Crisp and clear 1,200 dpi black and white print quality; 4,800x1,200 dpi full-color print quality
- Prints or copies up to 30 pages per minute
- Windows and Mac compatible
- 1 Year limited manufacturer's warranty
- Use only Original HP Ink in your HP printer for great results, print after print
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Box Contents: HP Officejet 6310, HP 98 Black Inkjet Cartridge (11 mL), HP 95 Tri-Color Inkjet Cartridge (7 mL), Photosmart Essential software, Setup & Reference guides, power supply, power cord and phone cord. The HP Officejet 6310 All-in-One is primed for meeting all your home document and photo printing needs. Cover all your office needs: print, fax, scan, and copy all from one location. Get laser-quality text and true-to-life photos in six-ink color. Copy at up to 30 pages per minute in black and 24 in color. Transfer and print fast with the Hi-Speed USB 2.0 connection; Get outstanding scans with the 2400 x 4800 dpi optical resolution, and make crisp copies directly from a memory card, without turning on your computer. You can even print wirelessly by plugging into the Ethernet port of a wireless router. Up to 99 copies; scaling between 25-400% Copy Speed - Up to 30 ppm (black); up to 24 ppm (color) 100-sheet input tray, holds up to 100 sheets US letter/legal, up to 25 transparencies, 20 labels, 40 cards, or up to 10 envelopes Accepted media types - Paper(banner, inkjet, photo, plain), envelopes, transparencies, labels, cards, HP Premium Media, iron-ons, borderless media, panoramics Connectivity - 1 USB, 1 Ethernet, 1 PictBridge 2-line LCD text display Power supply - 100 to 240 VAC, 50/60 Hz, 60 watts consumption (max.) System Requirements (PC) - Intel Pentium II, Celeron-compatible processor (or higher); 128MB RAM; 750MB HD space; CD-ROM drive; USB port; Windows 98SE, 2000, Me or XP; SVGA monitor; Adobe Acrobat Reader 5 (or higher); IE 5.01 SP2 (or higher) System Requirements (Mac) - G4 processor or higher; 128MB RAM; 400MB HD space; Mac OS X 10.2.8 or higher; Web browser; QuickTime 5.0 or higher Unit Dimensions(HxWxD) - 17.9 x 15.3 x 9.3 (456 x 388 x 235 mm) Unit Weight - 17 lbs. (7.7 Kg) HP 1-Year Limited Warranty
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I had no problems installing the included HP software & network driver but decided to revert to the USB connection due to multiple "Server Busy" dialog boxes in WinXP SP2 when scanning a document. This error occurred on a 100 Mbps wired connection despite running all of HP's latest software updates which includes a "fix" for a similar problem.
The Good: High quality scan, fax, copy, and B&W print capability. USB 2.0 & Network connection can run concurrently. Front panel controls easy to use without a computer. Scan software has OCR capability & can scan to searchable PDF.
The Not So Good: Small ink cartridge with high ink usage, problems scanning over network, HP software launches multiple processes in WinXP, uses 12W of power while OFF. Scanning is a tad slow & precision is required to properly align document when copying/scanning.
While HP definitely delivers with the scan/fax/copy functionality of the Officejet 6310, the ink usage issue makes this AIO more suited for home office applications with light to moderate printing. If you need to do more printing, then consider augmenting with a laser printer & keep this printer for its non-print functionality.
The decision to replace our broken 6310 with a new 6310:
::: The bureaucratic process and cost of repairing the broken printer is mind bogglingly atrocious. Not to mention that we would have been without a printer/copier/fax/scanner for an undeterminably long time. (Thank you, Amazon, for delivering the new printer in only 2 days!)
::: I felt "lucky" to find the same printer because we have enough ink for this printer to make it worth replacing with the same model - this time, for only $99. (If the same ink cartridges would fit other models, I would have upgraded the printer.)
::: This printer is connected to our home network and is used by more than one person, so it was an advantage in that we did not have to go through another learning curve - as we likely would with another model.
This printer would get 5 stars because it does what HP promises, but since it broke after only 2.33 years, it gets only 3 stars (which is actually generous).
I've read the more recent reviews, about how much ink it consumes and how it doesn't work. Well, maybe it's just me, but I'm STILL on the original ink cartridges. Really.
When I bought this printer, I had an ibook. I since upgraded to a Macbook Pro. All I had to do was install the software in the Macbook, and presto. Works perfectly.
I also got a bluetooth gadget that plugs right into the front of the printer. I print effortlessly without any cables or connections.
So maybe it's just that the HP 6310 from two years ago were better, although I doubt it. There were complaints back then, too. Or maybe it's because I use it on a Mac.
Whatever it is, this is a good little workhorse that is still chugging on. I'd consider the negative posts (I'm sure some of them are accurate), but IMHO, it's a printer I'd recommend for the low to medium use household.
We've had no issues or complaints with the HP6310. Paper path is good (we don't leave printed pages on it long as when we print it's usually school reports or something someone wanted right away so I don't know if that plastic tray can withstand a ream of paper. I wouldn't push it.
It is adult handled, I replace the ink cartridges when the print is bad (never when HP says to replace them) so some of the bad reviews might be related to handling the printer (I've worked in IT for more than 20 years and am pretty skilled at changing a ink cartridge ;-). If you handle it poorly, I imagine it'll return the favor.
Speed is good, fax quality is excellent (even on a Voice-Over-IP phone connection which is what we have via our cable provider) and copy quality is great as well. We fax 4 pages to a certain number often and have never had issues with the sheet feeder failing us. It prints out a reasonable fax confirmation report to let you know of success or failure and shows number dialed so you have something to show you did fax it without burning up a lot of ink. Setting up the phone directory is easy, and then you just touch a button and your fax is on it's way.
It's an excellent choice for a home setting (and probably for a SOHO as well).