|HP Deskjet D2600 printer|
Mark Peters : March 5th 2009 - 20:50 CET
PMA 2009 : HP Deskjet D2600 printer series : The HP Deskjet D2600 Printer Series is an affordable, easy-to-use, energy-efficient solution that consistently delivers reliable prints for everyday projects. Requiring just three one-touch buttons and simple set-up steps, this printing system is ideal for printing homework assignments, creative projects and photos. Great print quality, small in size and affordable, the new HP Deskjet D2600 Printer Series is great for first-time printer owners, families needing an additional printer, and college students. Convenient access to cartridges and an ink level gauge that shows when ink is running low make this new Deskjet printer easy to maintain as well.|
|HP Smart Web Printing function|
HP Smart Web Printing allows users to select and organize text, graphics and photos from multiple web pages to print exactly what is needed on a single page, eliminating paper waste. Additionally, the Hewlett packard Deskjet D2600 Printer Series is made of 50 percent recycled materials, is Energy-Star qualified and provides a paper-saving printing option that allows customers to print multiple pages or slides on both sides of the paper.
HP Deskjet D2600 printer specifications
• Print speeds of up to 28 ppm black and up to 21 ppm color
• Photo-quality resolution up to 4800-optimized dpi
• Dimensions : 17.8 inches (w) x 8.2 inches (d) x 6.8 inches (h)
• Connectivity : USB High-speed 2.0
• Weight : 6.2 lbs.
Original HP Deskjet printer supplies
• HP 60 Black Ink Cartridge: $14.99
• HP 60 Tri-Color Ink Cartridge: $19.99
• HP 60XL Black Ink Cartridge: $34.99(7)
• HP 60XL Tri-Color Ink Cartridge: $40.99(7)
• HP Advanced Photo Paper (50 sheets, 8.5 x 11-inch): $21.99(7)
• HP Premium Presentation Paper (150 sheets, 8.5 x 11-inch): $13.99(7)
• General purpose papers with the ColorLok logo. Available in all regions.
HP Deskjet D2600 price & availability
The Hewlett packard Deskjet D2600 Printer is expected to be available for purchase in spring 2009 in North America for an estimated U.S. street price of $49.