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HP Officejet Pro 8500A Premium Wireless e-All-in-One (CM758A#B1H)


HP Officejet Pro 8500A Premium Wireless e-All-in-One (CM758A#B1H)



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Product Details

  • Color: Black
  • Brand: HP
  • Model: CM758A#B1H
  • Format: CD-ROM
  • Original language: English, French, Spanish
  • Number of items: 1
  • Dimensions: 12.12" h x 19.76" w x 16.85" l, 33.88 pounds
  • Memory: 128MB
  • Display size: 2.36

Features

  • Print plain paper documents that resist water and fading using pigment inks.
  • Increase your productivity with automatic two-sided printing.
  • Create professional-quality color prints
  • Lower cost per page
  • Individual Color Cartridge










Descriptions of Inkjet Printers HP Officejet Pro 8500A Premium Wireless e-All-in-One (CM758A#B1H)

Product Description

Print professional-quality color for up to 50% lower cost per page and energy use than lasers with the HP Officejet Pro 8500A Premium e-All-in-One, which delivers impressive maximum prints speeds of 35 pages per minute black and 34 ppm color. This inkjet printer meets your connectivity needs with both wireless and Ethernet networking, and it also lets you connect to your PC with Hi-speed USB 2.0 or print without a PC using memory card slots. Store your business documents on the Web and quickly access and print them directly from this inkjet printer using print apps and the 4.3" color touchscreen. You can also quickly fax files, scan to a PC or e-mail, or use HP ePrint to send photos, documents and more from any mobile device directly to the HP Officejet Pro 8500A Premium e-All-in-One. This all-in-one has a 250-sheet paper tray plus a 250-sheet second paper tray and a 50-page automatic document feeder. It has a legal-size flatbed scanner, handles a range of paper types and cuts down on paper usage with automatic two-sided printing. The HP Officejet Pro 8500A Premium e-All-in-One also saves you money with high-capacity, individual ink cartridges.


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Inkjet Printers HP Officejet Pro 8500A Premium Wireless e-All-in-One (CM758A#B1H) Customer Reviews


Customer Reviews

Most helpful customer reviews

64 of 67 people found the following review helpful.
5Phenomenal Printer
By Bass Cadet
This is a great printer. However you view it, it not only meets, it surpasses expectations. Many people would be content with an all-in-one (AIO) that prints, copies, scans, and faxes with minimal setup and maintenance. Wireless network printing would be a nice bonus. Color printing would also be a nice bonus. Low cost per page would be another nice bonus.

This goes well beyond even those features. It has automatic two-sided printing and the Premium model includes a second paper tray. I had a paper jam, possibly due to having an almost empty paper tray, and the OfficeJet provided visual prompts for clearing the jam on its screen, just like the expensive machines at work. It is truly office quality.

What is also impressive is the low power requirements for this printer. Using a wattmeter, I measured the operating (9W for downloading a printer app, 28W for printing), idle (6.8W), and power saving (3.6W) modes. Compare this with a Canon MF5770 laser AIO operating (500W peak, which I measured twice because I could not believe it was that high), idle (20.6W), and energy saving (14.0W) modes. The OfficeJet also started and completed printing much sooner than the MF5770, which took minutes to warm up.

The Canon has done its job reasonably well. I particularly like the scan to PDF feature and used it often. My wife used the networking capability for printing. This OfficeJet takes that to another level. My only setup issue was trying to get the USB and Ethernet connections working. I should have gone straight to WiFi. Unlike the MF5770, this printer can perform all its functions through a WiFi connection. The wireless setup was as simple as possible: just specify the (hidden) network and enter the key. It did the rest.

I was unaware about ePrint and printer apps. Once I learned about them, I became excited and tried them out. They work well on the OfficeJet. With ePrint, I can send prints from anywhere (well, that is on my approved contact list) using my printer's email address. The printer apps are even better. I printed some games and activities for my children, made some notebook and music paper, and was trying to find even more apps! The only bad part is some apps are not yet available for this model. HP has an ePrint and printer app forum and I am hoping more printer apps are forthcoming.

[16.SEP.11] Added:
This printer is still going strong with no issues. I recently needed to print passport pictures and my Epson R2400 was acting up. Short on time, I tried the 8500A with cheap photo paper. The results were actually quite good--good enough to be accepted and on our passports.

51 of 53 people found the following review helpful.
3Okay printer but needs the bugs worked out!
By Veteran
I received this printer from Amazon on 12/16/2010 and the box was a little beat up on one side but nothing in the box was damaged. The initial setup was easy and the printer looks great but it went down hill after that. It makes many noises when powering up, just FYI! The ePrint function would not work and finally I had to get tech support involved to try and resolve the issue. After about 45 minutes of checking this and that, it was finally determined by the tech (which was in India, come on HP give some Americans jobs!) that the problem was with HP's ePrint server. I was told to try again in 24 hours and see if the server was back up. I finally got that working after 8 days but I had another issue, and this is the one that was the worst. If I had to live without ePrint, so be it. But I can't live with lines in my printouts. I had horizontal lines in every page I tried to print or if I made copies. I did the clean printheads, align printheads, calibrate linefeed, over and over again. I would print the Quality Report and it would still show lines. I removed the ink cartridges and printheads, power off with button held in and power cord unplugged from printer, checked HP's website for diagnosing the problem and they recommended replacing the printheads after doing all that I had done. Okay, this is a NEW printer and I have to replace the printheads already? Are you kidding me? I am not going to spend another $100 plus to replace the printheads. So, today I finally call HP support because enough was enough and again I get a guy in India. Nice guy and I explained everything that I had done already to this point and he had me try a few other things but it didn't work. It was determined that the printer has a hardware issue. So, HP is going to send me a REFURBISHED printer at no cost to me provided I get the current one sent back within three days and HP must receive it within 15 days or I get charged for a NEW one??? I guess I could of sent this back to Amazon but then I would have been charged shipping charges and it is an opened product and most of the ink is already used. I don't know what the charges would of been but so be it and I need a printer. If the refurbished one doesn't work, then they will have to send me another one until I get one that works without problems...so, maybe I will end up with a new one after all.

Anyway, the printer is fast, makes fast copies, and the scanner is fast. I don't use the fax, so I don't know how well that works. I like the touch screen but I do wish that HP had put an arm for support on the scanner/copy lid because it doesn't have one. You have to be careful with that! Making copies with front and back is pretty quick, quicker than I thought it would be. It's not a bad printer but HP needs to get the bugs worked out. For those of you who have had no problems with your printer, be thankful. For me, this is a learning experience and this is also my first HP printer. I have always hated their printers and thought they were junk because of places where I worked they had HP printers and they were always breaking down. I have either had Canon or Epson printers but neither company had a printer that had these capabilities. The ePrint is a very nice feature. It's nice to be at work and be able to print something to this printer while I am still at work.

Would I recommend this printer? Yes, but with hesitation. If Canon, or even Epson, had a printer that had these capabilities, I would have most certainly bought on of those, especially the Canon. I have had three Canon printers and one Epson and I only had to have one Canon repaired and it was still under warranty. I guess the more functions the printer has the more that can go wrong.

I will try to update this when I get the refurbished printer because I would like to let you know the continuing story. So, until next time....

Update...

I got my NEW printer, not REFURBISED, on 1/6/2011 and it works as it is suppose to work. This printer is much quieter, no lines in the printouts. The ink consumption is low and printouts look good. Now I can give it 4 stars but the reason I don't give it 5 stars is because the scanner/copier lid does not have a support arm. If you are doing lots of photos, then this is not the printer you want. I do recommend it for printing webpages, documents, spreadsheets and any other general type printing. The best thing about it is it's wireless and the ePrint on this printer worked the first time. Setup is easy and now I have a printer that works!

I sent the bad printer back on 1/8/2011 and HP received it today. Thanks HP for the service and Amazon for the low price!

71 of 77 people found the following review helpful.
5Thanks, HP!
By J. Schmidt
I have only had this printer a few days, and all I can say is "WOW!" First a bit about purchasing from Amazon.com: It's over $100 cheaper than at local office supply stores here (I saved $160 including tax), Amazon's service and delivery are A-1, and the printer arrived in great condition.

Now about the printer: I've never had such a nice printer. In draft mode, it prints about 35 ppm, and the pages are very legible. Color copies are beautiful. For a home based business or even a small business, you can print your marketing materials on this and they will look professionally done. The touch screen is great, the set-up was basically plug and play. The fact that it takes two-sided copies for faxing, copying and scanning saves so much time.

One thing that's lacking: I wish it came with a complete instruction manual, instead of just the fax manual, though.

I love this printer! You should buy one -- from Amazon.com!

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