HP DeskJet 300 Review

HP DeskJet 300 Printer

HP DeskJet 300 Printer

The HP DeskJet 300 is an affordable and reliable personal inkjet printer for single proprietor looking to complete any job from home.  It can print at an impressive 20 pages per minute for black and white documents and up to 14 pages per minute for color projects.  For professional quality photographs and images, this printer can be optimized for resolutions up to 4800 x 1200 dpi.  This Inkjet printer contains 2 easily replaceable HP ink cartridges that will automatically realign when changed.  And when the printer shell is lifted, the cartridges will automatically align at the center for easy replacement.  This printer features a USB interface for simple set-up and connectivity to computers.

The HP DeskJet 300 ink cartridges will eject Thermal Pigments giving projects more resistance to water and smudging.  It will be able to print directly onto a wide range of specialty papers including envelopes, glossy photo paper, Iron-Transfers, and more.  The Input Tray will be able to hold up to 100 pages and is particularly easy to fill.  Simply slide up to 100 sheets on the bottom tray until they stop and you’re ready to print.  This also helps when trying to print onto specialty paper because you can actually see the paper that is about to be printed onto. This HP printer has a recommended monthly cycle of 1,000 printouts and can create up to 9 copies at a time.

For the best deals on cheap HP ink cartridges, use Remanufactured cartridges which significantly lower the cost of printing.  For individual purchase you can get the Remanufactured HP 25 Tri-Color Inkjet 51625A Print cartridge.  Also offered are the OEM cartridges in the Genuine HP 25 Tri-Color Inkjet 51625A Print cartridge.  Each Remanufactured cartridge will meet or exceed the OEM (Original Equipment Manufactured) cartridges, yielding up to 640 pages.

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