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HP Officejet 7000 A3+ Inkjet Printer


HP Officejet 7000 A3 Printer  
  • A3+ Colour Inkjet Printer
  • Up to 33ppm Mono Print Speed
  • Up to 32ppm Colour Print Speed
  • 4800x1200 Optimised dpi Resolution
  • 150 Sheet Input Tray
  • Networked, USB
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HP Officejet 7000 A3+ Inkjet Printer

The HP Officejet 7000 Wide Format Printer is designed for micro/small business users wanting versatile, wide format, network-ready printer capable of delivering professional-quality colour and black-and-white at a low cost per page.

What in the box with the HP Officejet 7000

  • Print Head Assembly
  • HP 920 Black Officejet Ink Cartridge
  • HP 920 Introductory Ink Cartridges (Cyan, Magenta, Yellow)
  • HP 920 Officejet Printhead
  • Printer software and user's guide on CD-ROM
  • Getting started guide
  • Setup poster
  • Power cable
  • No connection cable included, please purchase separately

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HP Officejet 7000 A3+ Inkjet Printer Reviews and Questions


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Review officejet 7000 A3
  • Review by:
  • R. Thompson
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  •  3.5 stars

Good quality printing at good price. Dissapointing as review/ description led me to believe I could print banner type posters in one piece. Described as A3+

Our Comment:

A3+ is actually a paper size. Itís a little larger than A3 and is mostly used to allow a printout to have crop marks and then be guillotined so that the final result is standard A3 but with ink right up to the edge of the paper. Most inkjets can print right up to the edge but lasers can not which is where the A3+ A2+ etc size is used most.

Select the custom size option in the print properties setting for your banners.

(Thanks to Matt who's added a step-by-step guide below)


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  • Review by:
  • TINY
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  •  4 stars

the HP7000 represents very good value it uses individual cartridges not the old tri colour units. it offers A3+ paper size with borderless printing. i also own a HP PRO B9180 and printed off the same photograph to each printer.the 7000 stands up well, though the B9180 with its 8 colour output produced a wider gamut of colour, the 7000 produced an excellent result and the differences were only really became apparent when the prints were side by side.general style printing is very fast. the only unknown quantity at this point is how long each ink cartridge lasts!


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  • Review by:
  • Matt
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  •  4 stars

I have only had the printer a couple of days but already put it through its paces printing numerous colour pages at 297x841, colour reproduction is good and print quickly.

In response to the earlier post on this page banner pages like this can be done with printer - to set it up click on preferences, click on features, go to page size , a drop down menu will show custom - enter you custom page size in name it and your away. Hp website says it will print up to 1180mm long


Question
  • Question by:
  • Lucy Lawlor

does it include the four ink cartridges in this price? Many thanks. Lucy

Our Comment:

Hi Lucy. The OfficeJet 7000 is supplied with a complete set of inks - the black is full-life (approx. 420 pages) and the same as you would buy later on, but the colours are what is referred to as "introductory inks". Basically, the colours are enough to charge the printhead and get you up-and-running but not a lot more! Don't panic though, the inks you buy seperately will last a lot longer.

Thanks very much for your question.


Review slow start up, but fast and quick once going!
  • Review by:
  • Mick Hart
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  •  4 stars

My priority with any printer is with running speed, and quality. Both are good, for a cheap printer, enabling long-ish runs in short run time - runs more than 4 times faster (600dpi colour, SRA3) than the old 1280 series, although absolute top print quality not quite as good, it is splitting hairs, as medium quality setting is nearly as good as best, and faster still. You get the impression that the print heads would run even faster, but data transfer and processing hold things up a bit. On the down side, HP software is poor, and takes some getting used to, with less opportunity for colour adjustment and ink set up, so more attention has to go into image preparation (which is how it should be really I suppose!) You have to work on setting up your own templates, which is tricky, as HP don't seem to recognise ISO sizes either! For once the in-feed is deadly accurate and consistent, which is a huge time saver, especially if you are doing accurate backing up (no need to invent and build your own sidelay as per the older versions), and printing direct from PDF has taken a big leap forward, with no degradation fron PSD, Corel or QXP files noticeable, allowing proper workflow using PDF as the standard for proof then print. My 'usual' digital paper is 160gsm cartridge, but I have even managed to feed sheets of coated cloth through the machine without disaster, direct from the feed tray. Another bit I like is the ease of refilling the cartridges, although they are definitely very economical already anyway, and Printwise will probably not want me to mention this! The delivery is completely naff though, and looks like a bit of an afterthought - the addition of a flat sheet of thin plastic or aluminium plate should help keep the sheets flat for backing up, but you have to watch that the top sheet delivered doesn't re-enter the printer and inadvertently perfect itself (or just jam up!), as there is a huge gap under the delivery rollers, creating an inwards nip - so don't over fill the delivery table. All in all I like the printer, for (so far) its reliability, ruggedness, and production speed - quality is fine for most purposes - I use it for short run commercial print (1 to 500 sheet runs), and achieve results comparable with my litho output. I doubt there is another printer made that could touch it for this end of the market, including laser, especially at the price, and at these running costs.


Review A3 printer
  • Review by:
  • Anna
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  •  5 stars

The HP Officejet 7000 wide format printer is exactly what we wanted and perfect for the business.


Review HP7000 Officejet
  • Review by:
  • Lorna Chamberlain
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  •  3.5 stars

Easy to install, easy to swap between A4 and A3, good colour


Review Mostly photographic work
  • Review by:
  • S. Law
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  •  4 stars

I live mostly in Spain and the HP Officejet 7000 was the only easily A3 printer available at the time. More than 100 good quality A3 size and around a couple of hundred A4 colour/black and white pics and still going strong. No complaints except for the price over there; about 450 euros.


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