HP DeskJet 500 Review

HP DeskJet 500 Monochrome Printer

HP DeskJet 500 Monochrome Printer

The HP DeskJet 500 is a Monochrome printer that brings reliability and ease of use to the home user.  This personal inkjet printer will be able to print black and white documents to meet your printing needs from home.  It has adequate resolutions up to 300 x 300 dpi with clear, precise detail and vivid shades.  The printer can produce up to 2 pages per minute on its highest resolutions.  This DeskJet contains 1 HP ink cartridge that will automatically realign when exchanged and center when the shell is lifted for quick and easy replacement. This printer can be connected to devices through a Parallel interface which also allows for simple set-up.

The HP DeskJet 500 ink cartridges contain Monochrome Thermal Inkjet Technology, which creates accurate and sharp tones while providing resistance to water and smudging.  The DeskJet 500 will print onto presentation papers such as transparencies, labels, and envelopes.  The rugged yet compact design will enable this printer to comfortably fit on any desktop or work area.  The Paper Input Tray will be able to hold up to 100 sheets and is extremely easy to fill. Simply lift the Output Tray and slide up to 100 sheets into the bottom tray, also known as the Input Tray. In addition this DeskJet printer also has a single-sheet bypass feeder, perfect for printing onto specialty media.

For cheap HP ink cartridges, use Remanufactured cartridges which will considerably reduce the cost of printing.  The best deal is the Remanufactured HP 26 Black 51626A Inkjet Print cartridge.  Also offered is the OEM cartridge in the Genuine HP 26 Black 51626A Inkjet Print cartridge.  Each Remanufactured cartridge will meet or exceed the OEM (Original Equipment Manufactured) cartridges, yielding up to 790 printouts before needing to be replaced.

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