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Simply connect the MFP directly to a PC through USB
2.0
port, set up the device without a CD and use it. It has a
retractable
control panel with a two line monochrome display. It has
scanner,
copier and fax in it. It saves energy with HP auto on/ off
technology, which turns your MFD on and off automatically.
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Snapshot


Price:
Rs 17,499 (One-year limited warranty)


Pros:
OCR, auto on/off, HP Smart print, ADF,


Cons:
Ordinary performance, no auto-dupleix,


Specifications:
Print speed Up to 17 ppm, Copy speed 16cpm; Print
resolution Up
to 600 x 600 dpi Features; Control panel 2-line,
13-character graphic
display; Processor 400 MHz; Memory 64 MB; Maximum monthly
duty cycle
Up to 8000 pages; Handling 150-sheet input tray; Dimensions
435 x 265
x 306 mm; Weight 8.3 kg
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It
boasts of HP new HP Smart Print which is a printing
application that
allows you to select an initial print-worthy area and format
the
print output appropriately so you save ink and paper. Smart
Print
does require Internet connection to download and install,
but it can
work on HTML files saved earlier. It features a 150-sheet
input tray
at the bottom.


Its
performance is ordinary with a print speed of 17ppm and
first page
print of 12 seconds. It lacks auto-duplex, direct USB print
and also
Wi-Fi support. Scanning a file takes 18 seconds and can be
scanned in
JPEG, PDF, BMP formats and can be converted through OCR
software into
editable documents. Copy speed is just 16 cpm with first
copy time of
14 seconds. It is priced at Rs 17,000, which is great as it
meets
most of the needs of small offices besides boasting of a
monthly duty
cycle of 8000 pages.


Bottomline:
Given
the price, t
his
full-featured MFP with Ethernet is a good deal.



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