Hp officejet j4680 manual

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The Officejet J4680 looks similar to the J6480 and the rest of the printers in HP’s current lineup. The majority of the chassis is a dark slate grey with muted shades of white and silver coating the sides and the control panel. Standing in at 17 inches long by 15.81 inches wide by 8.53 inches deep and weighing a manageable 13 pounds, the printer itself takes up very little space. The main reason why its footprint is so small is because the output tray is removable, but the catch is that the output tray doubles as the input tray, meaning that all the outbound prints rest almost directly on top of the blank paper, with only a two small plastic tabs separating the two “trays.” In addition, the input tray can only hold 100 sheets of plain white paper (the Officejet J6480 can hold 250 sheets by comparison), but you can get another 20 sheets into the ADF on top of the printer. Another gripe we have with the paper handling is that the adjustable arms that shrink to support 4×6 inch photo paper sit all the way inside the mouth of the printer, which
The top of the printer lifts open to reveal the 1200dpi flatbed scanner, measuring 8.5 inches by 11.7 inches to fit a variety of media sizes, but you’ll run into trouble if the document you’re scanning is too thick or uneven to sit flush on the scanner–we wish HP had built hinges onto the door. Scanning destination options include scanning directly to a file, a Word document, an e-mail, or a PDF file. Again, since there’s no reader, transferring directly to a memory card is impossible. The copy function is straightforward as well–you can fit the copy to a single page or enlarge/decrease the size, alter the quality of the reprint to save ink, and make the copy lighter or darker in contrast to the original image. You can make up to 100 copies at once, although you’ll obviously need to refill the paper tray somewhere in the middle of the job.
We wish we could tell you that the output speed chart you see below for HP Officejet J4680 is a big mistake, that we messed up and will retest, but the fact of the matter is that the benchmarks are as painfully accurate as they are painfully slow. HP advertises the approximate page per minute speed is 28 pages per minute of black and 22 pages per minute of color, but none of the documents that we tested came even close to those numbers. The other printers on the comparison bench blew the J4680 out of the water, especially when printing photos–the J4680 didn’t even break one 4×6 photo per minute, while the Epson Artisan 800 topped out at 2.82 pages in a minute. At this level, it’s difficult to imagine an office that could afford to keep a printer this slow in-house.

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