Hp officejet 6700 manual

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We give you the Hp officejet 6700 premium service manual, which is a printer designed for home use. It can print, scan, and copy documents on the go. The Hp officejet 6700 premium service also has a built-in memory card slot for easy printing.

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Hp officejet 6700 manual

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The OfficeJet 6700 Premium’s speed is peppy for the price range: In our tests the OfficeJet 6700 Premium reached a medium-fast rate of 10 pages per minute printing plain text on the PC and Mac platforms, and it posted average or faster speeds printing photos and color graphics. Only its scanning was significantly more sluggish than average.

Though the scans are slow, at least they look good: fairly accurate in color, not too choppy or dark. Print quality disappoints at default settings on plain paper, as text appears dark charcoal rather than black and slightly soft around the edges, while color images look orangey and fuzzy. Switching to a finer quality mode for text and photo paper for color improves matters considerably (and uses more ink). The draft mode is both faster and more readable than most.

The Officejet 6700 Premium uses a four-cartridge ink system that’s costlier than average with the standard-capacity supplies, but considerably cheaper than average with the high-capacity cartridges. The normal $20 black that lasts for 400 pages works out to a rather pricey 5 cents per page. The $11 cyan, magenta, and yellow last for 330 pages, or 3.3 cents per page. That’s a slightly above-average 15 cents per four-color page.

The high-yield cartridges include a 1000-page black for $32, or 3.2 cents per page, and 825–page colors for $16 each, which works out to 1.9 cents per page. That makes for a far more affordable, 9-cent four-color page. Text pages still cost about twice what you’ll pay with fancier models such as the HP Officejet Pro 8600 Plus.

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