HP Officejet 7000

HP Officejet 7000 is a Wide Format Printer features Maximum letter print speeds up to 33 ppm black, 32 ppm color2; Up to 4800 x 1200 optimized dpi color (when printing from a computer on selected HP photo papers and 1200 input dpi); Borderless printing: (up to 13 x 19 in, 330 x 483 mm); Standard (built-in Ethernet); 1 USB 2.0; 1 Ethernet; . The HP Officejet 7000 measures 22.6 x 15.8 x 7.13 in (W x D x H) and weighs 15.4 lb.

Overall Rating: ★★★½☆ | Latest Price Info

Expert Reviews

HP Officejet 7000 Reviews

Printercomparison reviews the HP Officejet 7000 and writes;
“What most impressed me about the Officejet 7000 was the quality of the color presentation print outs. Granted, I printed them on matte presentation paper, but the colors were solid and vivid, which is a more difficult feat for an inkjet printer than a laser printer when it comes to color documents (not photos).”
Rating: ★★★½☆

ITpro reviews the HP Officejet 7000 and writes;
“Despite being one of the cheapest A3+ printers on the market, it costs remarkably little to run. Text and graphical print quality are both excellent and its photo printing is good enough for most business uses.”
Rating: ★★★★☆

PCWorld reviews the HP Officejet 7000 and writes;
“Both A4 documents and native A3 material look great. Text reproduction is accurate and the colours produced are vibrant, with no misalignment or registration issues. Printed photos were also good quality, though black levels could be better when printing on glossy media stock.”
Rating: ★★★½☆

Cnet reviews the HP Officejet 7000 and writes;
“Print speed qualifications always carry the magical “up to” qualifier, and predictably we didn’t hit anywhere near the Officejet 7000’s claimed 33ppm speed claims. In draft mode we managed a single text page in 11 seconds, with an average of 18 pages per minute (ppm), dropping down to 22 seconds and 9ppm in normal coverage mode. That is slightly better than HP’s claims for normal mode printing, which gave crisp and clear text.”
Rating: ★★★½☆

Expertreviews reviews the HP Officejet 7000 and writes;
“Performance was excellent, churning out mono text pages at 9.6ppm for A4 and 5.7ppm for A3. Draft print speeds were even better, at 17.6ppm for A4 and 9.6ppm for A3. Quality in Fast Draft mode was barely distinguishable from Normal mode, and was certainly up to the demands of everyday use. For text prints at least, the Officejet 7000 can keep up with laser printers.”
Rating: ★★★★★

Smallbusinesscomputing reviews the HP Officejet 7000 and writes;
“Normal-quality mode produced text on plain paper that looked pretty sharp in sizes as small as six points on plain paper; we could almost endorse four-point type with the use of either sans-serif fonts or inkjet paper. Our one-page letter and 20-page Word document printed in 18 seconds and just over two minutes, respectively, with our 55-page Acrobat PDF file taking eight minutes and 41 seconds.”
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Trustedreviews reviews the HP Officejet 7000 and writes;
“Print quality depends on what you’re looking at. Black text is well printed, though there is some feathering, which gives it a slightly less crisp appearance. Colour graphics are smooth and bright and there’s no sign of registration problems but, surprisingly, photo prints from the machine are less good than from other HP inkjets we’ve tested recently.”
Rating: ★★★☆☆

PCWorld reviews the HP Officejet 7000 and writes;
“The Officejet 7000 printed best on plain paper. Text was charcoal-gray rather than black, but crisp. Colors were smooth and realistic. We’d expect that coated inkjet paper would also produce good results. Step up to photo paper (HP’s own), however, and colors start to veer off course. Flesh tones assumed an unsettling orange cast. Given this performance, the printer’s lack of media slots is acceptable.”
Rating: ★★★½☆

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User Opinions

HP Officejet 7000 User Reviews

Very dependable, | Rating: ★★★★★
“I have had to work with other wide format printers before, and this one is so easy to use and very dependable. The paper never jams, the wireless signal has been flawless, and the prints have been clear and spot on. Simple and reliable – a great combination.” – by C.C.

OK Printer, | Rating: ★★★★★
“We were using HP cp1700 at our office. It is not working with vista and had some problems thats why we had to replace it with a new printer. We got this 7000 and we are happy with the performance. Overall it is better and faster than cp1700. “ – by Murat Erciyas

HP 7000 Wide Review, | Rating: ★★★★☆
“The printer has very good quality. I like the fact that the software integrates well with the hP solution center so you can go to one place to view things such as ink and cleaning of print heads (I also have an officejet Pro 8000).. It supported 8.5 x 11 and 11 x 17 borderless. It would have been nice to have all sizes borderless. Maybe HP could put out an updated driver that would allow for that. Otherwise, it is a good printer for the money.” – by ChuckTheMountainBiker

Not fancy but solid, | Rating: ★★★★☆
“I’ve had no problems with this printer. As a four color office printer it does a good job with color pictures, but it’s not intended to be a photo printer. I’ve had no issues with paper jams or printing quality as some reported…” – by Anyport

Fairly priced and reliable, | Rating: ★★★★☆
“With its print driver set to maximum quality, output quality on the 7000 (from Adobe Illustrator on a Mac) is very good–Again, for its intended use of printing business documents and graphic designs with solid blocks of color, not photos intended for framed art. In general, output colors are very bright and close to what I see on the screen–and this is on plain paper–although darker colors (like deep browns) appear just a bit washed out, and there is no setting I can find in the print driver to directly fine-tune this density…” – by Thomas K. Seibold


HP Officejet 7000 Brochure & User Guide

HP Officejet 7000 User Guide


HP Officejet 7000 Features

Give your home office or small business the versatility to print everything from postcards to posters with our Officejet 7000 Wide Format Printer. You can network it among five users, you’ll reduce costs with efficient individual HP inks, and you’ll cut energy use by up to 40% compared with laser printers1.

Versatile network printing
* Print on various paper types and sizes from 3.5 x 5″ to 13 x 19″
* Get beautiful borderless photos with HP Officejet inks
* Save money by replacing only ink cartridges that runs out
* Share with up to five users via wired networking
* Print fast, at up to 33 pages per minute in black and 32 in color

Economical inkjet
* Get the lowest cost per page vs. in-class wide-format inkjets3 in sizes up to 13 x 19″ using HP Officejet inks
* Print in color for up to 40% less per page than with laser printers when using HP Officejet inks4
* Print all three: laser-quality text, professional color pages, and high-quality photos

Energy saver
* Use 40% less power than with letter-size laser printers1
* Save money and energy with this efficient ENERGY STAR®-qualified machine
* Save paper: select and organize segments from multiple Web pages, then print what you see with HP Smart Web Printing5
* Recycle your cartridges via our Planet Partners6 program

Reliable support and supplies
* Get peace of mind with the one-year limited warranty and toll-free phone support
* Find answers to your product questions online, 24 x 7, at our Consumer Support Forum, hp.com/support/consumer-forum
* Get exclusive offers and discounts on supplies, and get free next-day shipping with our “My Print Rewards” program

What’s in the box?
• Printer
• Power cord
• Power supply
• Print head assembly
• HP 920 black cartridge (approx. 420 pages)
• HP 920 cyan, magenta, and yellow cartridges (approx. 300 pages)
• Set-up poster
• CD with software

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