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HP Hewlett Packard Officejet 6310 All-in-One Fax/Copier/Printer/Scanner

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  • Share breakthrough print and copy speeds - up to 30 ppm black, 24 ppm colour - and high quality scanning across your business with built-in Ethernet networking
  • Copy, scan and fax multi-page documents more efficiently using the 35-sheet auto document feeder
  • Transfer and print projects and photos faster with Hi-Speed USB 2.0 connection
  • HP inkjet cartridges - designed for efficient ink usage so you can save ink and money
  • Print and copy laser-quality black text and true-to-life colour photos with HP Vivera Inks - plus optional 6-ink printing for virtually grain-free images and more than 1.2 million colours
  • Outstanding scanning with 2400 x 4800 dpi optical resolution for creating archives of important documents, photos, projects & more
  • Make crisp colour copies of documents, projects, photos and more without turning on your computer
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Technical Details
BrandHP
Item Weight9 Kg
Product Dimensions38.8 x 45.6 x 23.5 cm
Item model numberq8061b
ColorBlack
Wattage60 watts
  
Additional Information
ASINB000GQMHHW
Best Sellers Rank 117,766 in Computers (See top 100)
Shipping Weight9 Kg
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Date First Available9 Sept. 2006
  
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Product Description

Product Description

Networkable, fast and intuitive - the professional all-in-one for your business. Breakthrough speeds and built-in networking for efficient business printing. Print professional-quality reports, brochures, photos and business documents. Copy documents or print photos without a PC, plus advanced business fax capabilities

Manufacturer's Description

HP Officejet 6310 All-in-One Printer, Fax, Scanner, Copier


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Customer Reviews

3.1 out of 5 stars

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16 of 16 people found the following review helpful By Mr. A. R. Pope on 3 Feb. 2009
Before I start, I'll mention that I don't use Windows at all. I use a completely free operating system called Ubuntu Linux on all my computers. This means that sometimes - not often - things don't work, or are tricky to make working. Today I was pleasantly surprised that this wasn't the case.

I urgently needed a new printer/scanner/copier/fax thingy. After browsing the various websites I found a list of HP devices that fit my needs. I googled the first one and the name of the operating system I use, and found a forum posting where someone said "If you have the latest version of the driver it should all just work."

Once I got the 6310 home and unpacked it - which took about 5 mins to rip off the tape, insert the cartridges and some paper, and attach the paper trays. There is an LCD panel with a simple setup menu which took no time to run through.

I dug out a USB cable (not supplied) and plugged the printer into my laptop. Within about 30 seconds and with zero interaction on my part a dialog box popped up to tell me the HP 6310 was installed and available for printing. Then a second dialog quickly followed to say the 6310 was available for fax printing.

Before printing, I actually wanted to do some scanning, so with some trepidation I fired up the image scanning program "XSane" (which was already installed) and it found the scanner in the 6310. I placed 15 pages in the hopper on the top, chose "multiscan" in xsane, created a project (one click of the mouse), nudged the page count up to 15 and hit the big scan button. A few minutes later I had 15 images which xsane duly spat out as one big (1.3MB) PDF file.

I have _never_ been up and running with a printer, scanner or computer-connected fax machine on _any_ platform this quickly.
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47 of 48 people found the following review helpful By A. Knight on 15 Nov. 2007
This is quite simply the best printer I've ever bought. I got it as a present for my partner and she's absolutely delighted. It was very easy to set up on a partially wireless network and does all the jobs I could ask for and more. My only complaint is that it doesn't come with an ethernet or USB cable, but I had one lying around so no problem. I haven't used the fax functions yet, but I'm sure they do the job to the same standard.

Also when buying ink disregard the comments of anyone shamelessly plugging a certain website that sells refilled/refurbished cartridges. It's likely that they work for this company and they're being paid to write these bogus reviews that don't reflect their true quality. One of them seems to have the same opinion of 23 different cartridges and has written identical reviews for them. Sad.
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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Hippo on 2 Feb. 2009
I purchased this printer through Amazon in March 2008 for £121.95 and have thus spent 11 months getting to know the printer and my short review is therefore not hastily put together. The 'HP 6310 all in one' is my 4th HP printer and after tolerating the unrelenting problems of my latest buy I can't believe I have been so stupid to give HP more of my money. I spent several days reviewing various printers before deciding the HP6310 was the best printer for my needs - running a small business coupled with an interest in photography.

Well, what can I say? From day one, the printer has jammed, chewed and swallowed paper (including photographic paper which costs an arm and a leg to replace) and indeed I cannot exaggerate this point. Approx, 1 sheet of paper in 8 jams....which also means more ink is being used and wasted (also expensive). The photographic quality of prints is darn awful (ranging from lines, shadows, roughness and pixel effects on white, black and colours)...since purchasing this printer, I have been unable to frame or mount a single photo. Indeed, the 'jamming problem is so serious, that the machine has to be hand fed each individual sheet of paper. Moreover, unless a sheet of paper is pulled clear after printing it is then sucked back into the feed mechanism to cause yet another jam.

As for the HP photographic Suite - absolute rubbish - it constantly crashes my PC, which most recently resulted in the complete loss of over 1200 precious photos, which had been stored in a separate place on my hard-drive. What's more, the actual editing facilities available in the HP Suite are basic and controlling.

I could ramble for hours about the horrendous problems associated with HP 6310, but I shall refrain.
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78 of 81 people found the following review helpful By rock-god on 22 Oct. 2007
Having been the owner of several previous HP printers this one turned out to be a huge disappointment. I was so looking forward to getting a networked printer for my home office setup and this looked just the job. The printer itself is very sturdy, well made (apart from the flimsy plastic paper `trays'), prints beautifully and is fully featured. Unfortunately HP paid less attention to the software and that's where the root of my problem lay. It loaded onto my old PC (running XP) and ran no problem but could I get it to work on my new Dell (also XP)? - not a chance! Three days consulting HP's tech support (based, you've guessed, it in India) failed to resolve the issue (something to do with the PML driver...). The guy was courteous and gave it his best shot but there comes a point when enough's enough and back it went for a refund.

So why 3 stars? Well if you get one and it works with your setup you'll probably want to give it 5. However, there is definitely a software compatibility issue (HP admitted receiving numerous calls similar to mine) and I find it unacceptable that software is being shipped that is less than robust. After all, there's no shortage of other vendors vying for our business...
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