On our site you can download everything you need for Hp deskjet 3630 user manual – this printer it can print, scan and copy documents on the go. Hp deskjet 3630 also has a built-in memory card slot for convenient printing.
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Hp deskjet 3630 manual
There is a 60-sheet input tray and a 25-sheet output tray with support for plain paper (up to 90 g/sqm), HP cards, and HP photo paper (300 g/sqm); if you print on photo paper, the prints will be borderless, and on A4 the margins are only 3 mm. Print quality is up to 1200 x 1200 with an effective 4800 x 1200 if you print on specific HP photo paper and your source is 1200 dpi. The scanner resolution is 1200 dpi and when copying it is 600 x 300 dpi.
The Deskjet 3630 is clearly designed for people or businesses with modest printing needs: the recommended volume is 250 sheets per month.
As you’d expect from an inexpensive printer, the Deskjet is not the fastest inkjet printer. The official ISO speed is 8.5 pp/Min for black and 6 pp/Min for color, although in draft mode the speed is up to 20 pp/Min for black. You can expect the first page to come out in about 14 seconds. There is a quiet mode, which makes the printer run slower and a little quieter, but we didn’t find the normal mode to be particularly noisy.
The Deskjet 3630 uses an HP 302 black cartridge and an HP 302 tricolor cartridge, which cost £11.99 and £13.99, respectively. The black cartridge provides 190 pages and the color cartridge provides 165, so you pay 6.3 pence per page for black and 8.5 pence per page in color. As with other three-color cartridges, you’ll have to replace the entire cartridge when one of the colors runs out.
It’s cheap to buy, easy to install, easy to use, and cheap enough to operate if you sign up for HP Instant Ink service. While it doesn’t match the performance of more expensive models like HP’s own Envy, it covers the basics perfectly. Phone and tablet support are a bonus.