HP Officejet 7210 All in One Printer Scanner Copier Fax
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- Built-in 802.3 Ethernet for reliable networking
- Share print, scan and fax tools plus easy access to photos stored on memory cards
- Print/copy at up to 30 ppm black, 20 ppm colour
- Save time with 50-sheet automatic document feeder (ADF)
- Reduce, enlarge and make multiple colour copies without a PC
- Print with HP Vivera inks at up to 4800-optimised dpi or optional 6-ink colour
- Produce stunning b/w photos with optional HP No. 100 Grey Photo cartridge
- Print from memory cards, PictBridge-enabled cameras or with HP Photo Proof Sheet
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The HP Officejet 7210 All-in-One Printer, Fax, Scanner, Copier has the advantages you need to put more speed, speed, versatility and colour into your business communications. Make a professional impression with colour printing printing up to 4800-optimized dpi and laser-quality black text, or add 6-ink colour for photos with finer detail. detail. Print and copy with breakthrough performance up to 30 ppm black and 20 ppm colour, and boost your productivity productivity with built-in networking for print, fax
The HP Officejet 7210 All-in-One Printer, Fax, Scanner, Copier is designed for small and micro business users who want a professional-quality, easy-to-use All-in-One device that allows high performance tools to be shared across up to five computers.See all Product description
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I've used an old laser printer at home for ages but it has needed replacing for ages now, but I've never decided on a printer because I was afraid of a decrease of print quality from a laser to a inkjet. My short list before buying this printer included an Epson RX640 but I decided not to purchase the Epson because of hearing the text quality wasn't so good but nor did it have a fax.
I finally decided to get an HP7210 as I needed to print loads of colour CD labels professionally for a client on a weekend. My worry with choosing an all-in-one printer meant having the fax (although I did want this facility) would mean a decrease in photo-quality printing. NOT SO! Its great.
My views on each of its facilities:
- Normal printing is good (Word) AND SO FAST !
- Photo printing is really good (still fast)
- Photocopier feature (which I used just the other day) was amazing - near original
- Fax - not yet used
- Scanning - not so good. I've been used to higher-res scanners at work but scanning doesn't come out so good (even at a 300dpi resolution).
- Connection. The printer doesn't come with a USB cable, but that suited me because I wanted to connect the printer to my router via Ethernet for my home network. Works great like this.
- Printing direct from memory cards. Because the printer is without a colour, multi-lined-display, printing directly from cards - although is possible and I've done it - is a little laborious because when I did it, the image I wanted was number 5 which my PC said, but when I inserted the card in the printer and asked for photo number 5 to be printed, it printed the previous photo! Still, I won't be using the 2-line display for printing direct from memory cards, so fine with me.
Minor point - the HP, because it prints really fast, does shake about when printing. I'm not bothered by this because the quality of the output/the fast printing is more important for me.
Hope the above is useful.
However, I now have to look for a similar replacement. The only thing that has happened to it is that some dust has got into the document feed rollers (beyond where I can clean) giving a lovely coloured stripe down every scan. But now, the print rollers are not working meaning that there is a constant "paper jam" also unfixable. Being an environmentally-sound soul, I would just like to get this fixed and carry on my merry way - but it looks as though this is not a very good option. Last time I tried to recycle a PDA in Canada, it cost me like $30CAD. I can't make much sense of the very slow hp website in terms of buy-backs and recycling. At this point it looks like sending to the local recycling plant - but I am sure my machine has some life in it yet???
I contacted HP technical support and there ensued very many hours, over several days, of complicated tinkering with the set-up of my PC, un-installing and re-installing of the software many times (at over half an hour a time) all the time dealing with a member of a technical team in India whose English was far from good and who was trying to convey difficult instructions including lengthy [...] addresses. Usually these sessions ended up with the scanner functioning only for it to fail again within a short time. The answerphone problem never was resolved and they did not appear particularly intereted in it.
The tinkering with the set-up of my PC (Twain files etc) left my computer with several hang-ups (and no virus protection) which in the end I had to pay a computer technician to sort out.
Eventually HP said they would replace the machine which they did but the scanner did not work on this one either. I said I was not prepared to go through the trouble-shooting process all over again ( I am self-employed and time spent on this sort of thing is time spent not earning)but against my better judgement I was persuaded to have one more go. It worked - for twenty-four hours! Again I was offered another go on the merry-go-round but this time I was adamant and refused saying I wanted to speak to customer services about a refund. When customer services rang me they refused any sort of recompense as my records showed that I had refused to undertake any kind of trouble shooting!!!
My main complaint is not about the machine - although I think it is crap. The driver software is obviously too sensitive to the whims and vagaries of different PCs. No, my main issue is with the pathetic technical support service. Barely intelligible technicians who quite obviously have standard solutions to dole out - and if they don't work they are stuffed. Patronising and obsequious are not the words. They expect you to be in your office 24/7 and if you are not there that is the end of the problem as far as they are concerned- they will not try more than once - and it is up to you to re-instigate the contact. Several times I was told that they would ring me back at a certain time and they did not ring - and I hung about waiting for the call. I went into great detail in my emails about the problem but it was obvious that the technicians were not reading the history and were completely in the dark about the problem. And to cap it all I ended up in the wrong because I refused any further technical support!
I have scrapped the all-in-one and cut my losses. I would advise anyone not to purchase this product nor any HP product. The technical support service is diabolical. I realise all computer hardware manufacturers are infamous for the poor quality of their support services but this is by far the worst I have ever come across. Be warned - buy another make.
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