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Reviews of HP laser and inkjet printers

Whether you're buying for your home or for a small business, HP has a wide range of inkjet and laser printers at a variety of prices. We've put together a list of every HP printer review we've done recently, so there should be something on offer for any buyer.

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HP DeskJet F2480

The HP DeskJet F2480 inkjet multifunction printer is aimed at occasional home users who aren't too concerned with print quality. It offers passable text scanning and printing quality and can print quickly in Draft mode. If you want to print or scan high quality photos though, this printer is not the one for you.

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  • 18th June, 2010
  • Campbell Simpson
  • HP
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  • Pros:
  • Low price, reasonable print speed, acceptable text print quality
  • Cons:
  • Poor photo printing quality, poor photo scanning quality, no card reader or PictBridge support

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