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HP Deskjet 3520 E Colour Multifunctional Printer

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Connectivity Technology WiFi WiFi Memory Card Slot^WiFi Wi-Fi 802.11b/g/n, Standard 1 Hi-Speed USB 2.0 USB, WiFi USB 2.0, Wireless LAN
Horizontal Resolution 1,200 dots_per_inch 1,200 dots_per_inch 1,200 dots_per_inch 1,200 dots_per_inch 1,200 dots_per_inch 2,400 dots_per_inch
Ink Colour Single Colour Cartridges Multicoloured Multicoloured Multicolour Cartridge Multicoloured Assorted
Item Dimensions 44 x 36.5 x 14.4 cm 16 x 45.47 x 40.89 cm 44.5 x 56.4 x 12.8 cm 44.5 x 33.4 x 12 cm
Item Display Weight 3.5 kg 3.1 kg 12 kg 5.44 kg
Item Weight 6 kg 5.17 kg 8.35 kg 5.41 kg 5.41 kg 5.49 kg
Max Printspeed Black White 23 pages_per_minute 20 pages_per_minute 12 pages_per_minute 20 pages_per_minute 20 pages_per_minute 21 pages_per_minute
Max Printspeed Colour 22 pages_per_minute 16 pages_per_minute 8 pages_per_minute 16 pages_per_minute 16 pages_per_minute 17 pages_per_minute
Model Year 2012 2014 2017 2013
Printer Output Colour Colour Colour Colour Colour Colour
Printer Technology Inkjet inkjet colour inkjet colour inkjet colour Inkjet Thermal inkjet
Scanner Type Flatbed Flatbed Flatbed Flatbed Flatbed Flatbed

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BrandHP
Item Weight6 Kg
Product Dimensions36.5 x 44 x 14.4 cm
Batteries:1 Lithium ion batteries required.
Item model numberCX052B#BEK
SeriesDeskjet 3520 E
Wattage13.38 watts
Lithium Battery Energy Content50 watt_hours
Lithium Battery Packagingbatteries_packed_with_equipment
  
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ASINB0089IP0PK
Best Sellers Rank 37,270 in Computers & Accessories (See top 100)
Shipping Weight7 Kg
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Date First Available29 Oct. 2012
  
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HP Deskjet 3520 USB A4 Colour eAiO


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I buy it, but it is bad.
When I open it, it showed 'Printhead damaged. Contact HP for support'
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You'd think, wouldn't you, that as time goes by, items would improve in functionality and pzazzz because all the old teething problems and irritations would get ironed out, lessons would be learned and customer preferences would be understood.
This machine flies in the face of progress. It needs a good dose of product overhaul like Ford did with its range of cars to get the reliability up.
It is the slowest printer I've ever come across. You press print and it does churning noises (it's very good at doing these) and it says printer preparation. This happens a lot.
Oh and it doesn't print red properly - it comes out as glacial cherrry lipstick colour (so I'm told, ahem)
Also the XL print cartridges hardly last at all and there's a range HP print cartridges with the same numbers that don't fit in this printer (who thought that was a good idea??!! -you can see the outcome of that daftness on Ebay with people reselling cartridges that don't fit)
The paper cartridge is small and the rollers in the printer aren't strong enough to grip the paper and pull it through so you get several seconds of time spent waiting for that part of the printing process to get going. The network connection keeps dropping out so I've had to connect it to the PC with a USB lead to overcome that problem.
The HP scanner is ok having said that - it's probably the best part of the machine, but to be frank, Canon make scanners that outclass HP on every count, so don't bother buying it for that.
In summary, well, there's no beating about the bush. I hate this machine. I loathe it. As one reviewer put, it's ideal for increasing blood presssure and getting you warm out of sheer anger on the winter evenings. In summer, get an electric fan to cool you down as you glare ragingly at the display saying 'Printer Preparation', clunk, clunk
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I bought this item locally when my previous printer died suddenly with urgent printing to do. The reason for choosing it was that it used the same ink cartridges as my old printer into which I had recently installed XL cartridges and also it was available at (unusually), a price highly competitive with Amazon. Unpacked and connected to power and then the trouble started which has resulted in the low star rating. 1.The installation CD intended to guide you through the set up failed to run on either of the 2 computers that would use the printer. Both of them ran other CDs normally. Having taken time to convince myself that the computers were not at fault, the cure was to download the software from the HP website. This whole process was a frustrating waste of considerable time 2.Next the printer made horrible churning noises and its information window instructed me that there was a problem, to turn off and then disconnect from power and start again with the added advice that if the problem persisted to contact HP. Confidence was ebbing! Fortunately the problem resolved on powering up again. 3.I put in my existing, almost new genuine HP XL cartridges, but the installation refused to progress unless I used the "set up" cartridges supplied with the machine. This infuriates me because there are warnings not to leave cartridges out of the machine for any period once they have been started. Will I therefore lose £50 worth of cartridges because of this money grabbing shoddy built in need to use "special" set up cartridges? 4.The set up proceeded to the point when the USB cable was temporarily required. It is a plus that such a thing is included in the box but the short cable required a re-organisation of my desk to enable it to reach.Read more ›
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I would not recommend this printer to anyone.
I bought one because I need to print a lot of documents as well as some good quality photos. Unfortunately it keeps shutting itself off after a few minutes and then I have to fiddle around to get it online again. Most of the time I have to unplug it and even then I have to literally hammer on the control panel before it finally decides to start again. Just pressing on the start has no effect.
Printing anything has become a stressful exercise because of how it either refuses to switch on or takes ages to come on line again. There have been occasions that no matter what I do it just does not come back on line and I was unable to print at all.
I need to find the receipt and warranty documents so i can see if i can return it and get a Cannon like I originally planned on getting.
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The printer was easy to set up and prints well, having independent cartridges for each of the CMYK colours is good, we are still on the startup set so far. Setting all the machines up on the wireless network was easy for both Macs and PCs. I recommend this printer for a cheap all round inkjet printer. I was originally put off by the reviews I'm pleased that I purchased it in the end.
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This printer allows you to print documents/photos etc. from virtually anywhere. It also has its own e-mail address assigned to it, meaning every document sent to that address is automatically printed - this is good if you are away from home and need to print documents off straight away.

With regards to set-up, you have the choice of setting up using a USB connection, or it is simple to set up using a wireless connection, so long as you have a wireless signal. The total set-up takes less than five minutes which is a lot less than my last printer took to install.

You can print three different paper sizes (A4, A5 and A6) as well as envelopes, the scanner also works well wirelessly.

Overall, the printer is very good. However, I did not purchase from Amazon as, this time, their prices were not competitive at all, so I bought this from another UK based PC/Electrical specialist for just over half the price.
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