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HP Deskjet 2540 All-In-One Printer

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  • Print, scan and copy
  • Print speed: Up to 7 ppm black/4 ppm colour
  • PC, smartphone and tablet printer - print wirelessly from any room in your home
  • Save space with a sleek, stylish and compact design
  • Get up to 2.5x more black printed pages and 2x more colour printed pages with optional high-capacity 301XL ink cartridges
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Product Information

Technical Details
BrandHP
Item Weight3.6 Kg
Product Dimensions30.6 x 42.5 x 15.7 cm
Item model numberA9U22B#BHC
SeriesDeskjet 2540
Wireless Type802.11bgn
Number of USB 2.0 Ports2
Wattage10 watts
  
Additional Information
ASINB00E7Q36RW
Best Sellers Rank 16 in Computers & Accessories (See top 100)
Shipping Weight5 Kg
Date First Available8 July 2013
  
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Product Description

Product Description

HP Deskjet 2540 All-in-One Printer

Enjoy easy wireless printing from any room -- plus scanning and copying too -- with this simple and affordable HP Deskjet all-in-one.1 Save space with a compact design that fits anywhere and get started in no time with quick and easy set-up.

Key Specifications

Up to 1200 dpi scan resolution

Product Description

PC, Smartphone and Tablet Printer -- Print Wirelessly from Any Room in Your Home1

Enjoy easy wireless printing from any room – from your smartphone, tablet or PC.1 Print wirelessly from your iPad, iPhone or iPod touch with Apple AirPrint.2

Print, Scan and Copy with 1 Device

Enjoy real versatility -- produce everything you need with this no-fuss all-in-one. Do it all from 1 device -- print web pages, scan photos, copy correspondence and more.

Save Space with a Sleek, Stylish and Compact Design

Save valuable space with a compact all-in-one that’s designed fit almost anywhere. Get started straightaway with quick, easy set-up and simple operation.

This Product Has

2 sided printing
2-sided Printing

Manual (driver support provided)

Legal size flatbed scanner
Legal Size Flatbed Scanner

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Specifications

Print Speed Black (ISO, Laser Comparable)
Up to 7 ppm

Print Speed Footnote
Either after first page or after first set of ISO test pages

Print Speed Colour (ISO, Laser Comparable)
Up to 4 ppm

First Page Out Black (A4, Ready)
As fast as 17 seconds

First Page Out Colour (A4, Ready)
As fast as 24 seconds

Recommended Monthly Page Volume
300 to 400

Paper Handling, Standard
60-sheet input tray and 25-sheet output tray

Scanner type
Flatbed

Scan Resolution, Optical
Up to 1200 dpi

1. An app or driver may be required to use HP wireless direct. Wireless performance is dependent on physical environment and distance from access point. Wireless operations are compatible with 2.4 GHz routers only.
2. Supports OS X Lion, OS X Mountain Lion and the following devices running iOS 4.2 or later: iPad (all models), iPhone (3GS or later) and iPod touch (third generation or later). Works with HP's AirPrint-enabled printers and requires the printer be connected to the same network as your OS X or iOS device. Wireless performance is dependent on physical environment and distance from the access point. OS X, iPad, iPhone, and iPod touch are trademarks of Apple Inc., registered in the United States and other countries. AirPrint and the AirPrint logo are trademarks of Apple Inc.

Box Contains

1x HP Deskjet 2540 All-in-One Printer
Black Ink Cartiridge
Colour Ink Cartridge
Software CD
Setup Guide
Power supply
Power cord
USB Cable

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

377 of 383 people found the following review helpful By prisrob TOP 50 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 27 Nov. 2013
The HP Deskjet 2540 is a small, easy-to-use printer that works fine for occasional users, like me. It is a three-in-one color inkjet printer, and is a wireless printer. The price is right and should fit into most household budgets. The big point for me is that it allows me to print from mobile devices using ePrint and AirPrint. unable tomprint from smartphone or IPad.

With the HP ePrint app installed on my iPad, the Deskjet 2540 automatically found photos or files, emails, and cloud services. Once you have your file, you just hit "print". The cartridges are in the front and come right out, they're easy to remove and replace. The printer is slow, but that is fine for my printing needs.

The scanner makes a fan noise every time you scan a document, but it's easy to use and includes a number of settings, such as resolution and size, depending on what type of document you're scanning. The brightness and contrast are adjustable, and you can rotate and crop.

For the money, this is an excellent printer for occasional family use. If you have a business or print a lot, look for another model.

Recommended. prisrob 11-27-13
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758 of 774 people found the following review helpful By Wiseowl TOP 500 REVIEWER on 17 Dec. 2013
After 5 years my much loved Kodak wireless all in one gave up the ghost and I spent a long time reviewing HP, Cannon and Epson printers to replace it. I print little and infrequent, as I do scan and copy, and even though I have no requirement to print from anywhere else other than my pc, I prefer wireless. So basically I want the basics which meant I could exclude a lot of the mid/top range printers for having far too many functions that I would never use together with the high price they command.
The other thing that concerned me was the alleged amount of ink some printers use to clean printer heads when printing is only occasional(The worst being a massive 276% extra!). This lead me to the Canon MG and HP wireless all in one low end range that apparently use only an additional 11% of ink for occasional use. I chose the Canon(purely because I preferred the design)but quickly regretted my choice. The wireless set up was a nightmare (3 hours) and it was only achieved by chance after pressing every available button. The documentation was poor, the function keys and the okay key interchanged constantly which is annoying and the software that installed on my desktop was intrusive and not user friendly. My frustration only heightened when I was asked for a USB cable when attempting to scan and with my patience finally gone I brought the HP.
In comparison this is a breeze! The printer and wireless set up was complete in an amazing 15 minutes and required me to only install the ink cartridges and mains cable. No inputting of network codes and no guessing which key, just a connection to the web and all done by HP. Couldn't have been easier. The only noticeable software to be installed on my pc was a single, very user friendly, printer icon, fabulous again!
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342 of 349 people found the following review helpful By Mr Baz #1 REVIEWER#1 HALL OF FAME on 2 May 2014
This was a second printer for me to replace an older HP model I had for years.
The white is quite attractive and makes a change v the normal black printer colour, but that's a minor point the performance is what really counts.

The HP is easy to set up simply pop the CD in and follow the instructions (which are very basic and hard to get wrong) I prefer a wired connection to the desktop but the wireless works very well on this (useful for other devices)
Onto the main printer itself on the top part there are a few buttons and a fairly small LCD which shows the wifi strength and no. of copies. The buttons let you control the wifi, power, and black/colour copy, as well as a low warning indicator for both cartridges.

My quick fire pros and cons.

Pros:
+ Good print quality for both text and photos
+ Excellent bang per buck, low price
+ Built in wifi, connecting is easy and trouble free, also has Wireless Direct Printing (so you don't need to join the wifi network)
+ Apple AirPrint compatible
+ Fairly good build, easy to set up and use
+ Acceptable print speeds (it's no speed demon but fine for this price - around 7ppm at high quality faster draft)
+ Good instant scan quality (like a photocopier)
+ Ink carts are "not chipped" you can re-fill them

Cons:
- Not so easy to scan books (could use a double hinge)
- Scan quality is good for documents, acceptable for photos (for photo scans a dedicated flatbed will do better)
- No slots for media cards, small mono LCD

Size is fairly compact at around 425 mm width and 306 mm depth.
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31 of 32 people found the following review helpful By Happy Daddy on 7 Oct. 2014
I have had an Epson printer for years, it used to feel sorry for itself but when needed it worked ok, it did the job. But time went on, the pages started misprinting so off I went to print bits in the shop. That was ok until Staples started upping the price from 17p a sheet to £3.17 a sheet because they had to carry out a scan of my usb for a virus. Well being me, I told them where they could poke my 1 sheet of paper and off I went....they retracted and offered me the page for 17p but said the charge would happen from here on in....Cheeky furkers. So I thought I'd buy a cheap printer to avoid any further issues. I saw the HP 2540 for £35 in Asda and thought I'd give it a go. In fairness, its not the quietest model around, but I want to print with it not invite it to watch a film with me in the cinema nor come reading in the library either, but as for its printing/scanning which is the most important thing, it is sublime ! I've never seen a printer print pages so fast. I'm not sure of the specs, but I don't care, it zipped through my printing and I am one happy none hoping bunny.
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