HP DeskJet 1000-J110A Review from Inkgrabber.com

HP DeskJet 1000-J110A Printer

HP DeskJet 1000-J110A Printer

The HP DeskJet 1000 printer has a sleek and compact design, built for the home user.    The printer will produce high quality documents, graphics, projects, and presentations with resolution up to 4800 x 1200 color dpi.  It also has the ability to print directly onto envelopes and a variety of presentation paper. The HP DeskJet 1000-J110A ink cartridges come in two variations, the black and the Tri-Color Standard Capacity (Cyan, Magenta, and Yellow).

This affordable printer is great for the occasional printer and will print documents quickly at 16 pages per minute in black and white and 12 pages per minute in color.  The paper tray will be able to hold about 5 envelopes as well. You can get this printer and extra remanufactured ink cartridges for less than the price of the Original Equipment Manufacturer Cartridges.

To help lower operating costs, cheap ink is available in remanufactured and high yield cartridges. For individual purchase you can get the Remanufactured HP 61- CH561WN black inkjet cartridge, the Remanufactured HP 61- CH562WN color inkjet cartridge, the Remanufactured HP 61XL – CH563WN high yield black inkjet cartridge, and the Remanufactured HP 61XL – CH564WN high yield color inkjet cartridge. Also offered are the original manufactured inkjet cartridges for individual purchase. You can get the Genuine HP 61 – CH561WN black inkjet cartridge, the Genuine HP 61 – CH562WN color inkjet cartridge, the Genuine HP 61XL – CH563WN high yield black inkjet cartridge, the Genuine HP 61XL – CH564WN high yield color inkjet cartridge.

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2 Responses to “HP DeskJet 1000-J110A Review from Inkgrabber.com”


  1. 1 R Ballard July 28, 2011 at 3:00 am

    You kind of went off topic on the HP1000-J110A when you said the “The Dell 720 printer is compatible with Windows 2000 and Windows XP.” The HP1000-J110A does not have a driver for Windows 2000. I was looking for one, which is why I wound up here.


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