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HP Deskjet 3510 e-All-in-One Printer

HP Deskjet 3510 e-All-in-One Printer

Print, scan and copy everyday documents with the compact HP Deskjet 3510 e-All-in-One, which lets you easily connect to your existing wireless network with HP Auto Wireless Connect.

  • With HP ePrint, you can print from virtually anywhere
  • Print and share wirelessly, and connect to your wireless network quickly and easily
  • Download convenient, free apps from HP and partners to wirelessly print directly from a smartphone
  • Print everyday documents at ISO (laser-comparable) speeds up to 7.5 ppm black and up to 4.5 ppm color
  • Save desk or shelf space with a compact e-all-in-one designed to fit in tight places

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Question by taysuniquegifts: How can I scan using a wireless printer and my Mac?

I want to scan some pictures using my HP wireless printer to my Mac. I recently went from mac-pc so im just adjusting yet. Every time I hit the scan button on the printer it always says “connect to a USB.” I’m a bit confused please help!

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Answer by Kahless
I am assuming you have a wireless setup for your Mac. You need to select the printer in your system preferences of the Mac. Look under “print & fax”. See if your HP is found and if you can scan to the Mac with it. You may only be able to print to it.

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What customers say about HP Deskjet 3050 All-In-One Wireless Printer Unboxing?

  1. 211 of 214 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Good value for the price, October 31, 2012

    This review is from: HP Deskjet 3510 e-All-in-One Printer (Office Product)

    My five year old Canon MP500 finally died. So I spent a weekend reviewing all-in-one printer reviews, but it seemed that for any given printer, 20% of the reviews were very negative, which wasn’t helpful. So I decided to just get something inexpensive and to buy locally so I could return it easily if need be. A local chain store had this printer on sale, and I also had a “rewards” coupon that I could apply to it, so it was definitely inexpensive.

    Setup was incredibly easy: unpack the printer (its very light weight), connect the supplied USB cable to the Mac (v. 10.6), insert the CD, and follow the online instructions. The instructions show you how to install the ink, switch to wireless mode, and runs an initial alignment test. There are just two ink cartridges: black and a tri-color (61/61XL is the cartridge type). During setup, I saw the message “Authentic HP Ink Cartridge,” so I don’t know if it will accept refills. I’ll post later when I find out.

    I don’t print a lot (another reason why I wanted an inexpensive printer), but I did try to print, copy, and scan, and it all worked. FYI, you can scan to jpeg or PDF. This printer does not print duplex (two-sided). Also, the supplied USB cable is only 3′ long, which would restrict locating the printer, but if you go wireless you won’t need the cable.

    All things considered, so far it seems to be a very good printer for home use or just occasional printing. If it printed duplex, I’d have given it 5 stars.

    UPDATE: I ran into a problem when trying to scan to JPEG. If you are trying to scan something that has a lot of white space and no border (like the back of a check!), the scanner apparently gets confused because it can’t distinguish the edge of whatever you’re trying to scan from the white pad under the cover. As a workaround, I literally taped the check to a piece of paper and drew a border around it with a pen! Then the scanner worked just fine! Scanning things that have more contrast and color seems to be ok.

    UPDATE 2: Ok, I’ve resolved the scanning issue thanks to Karen of Tacoma who posted the hint that helped me! The printer has an LCD screen with a set of menus. If I try to scan from the LCD screen menus, I get the poor result I mentioned in the first update. However, if I start the “HP Utility” software on my computer and choose the “Scan” application from there, then I get a complete scan and some editing features.

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  2. 77 of 78 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Software is getting better!, October 31, 2012

    This review is from: HP Deskjet 3510 e-All-in-One Printer (Office Product)

    I had an old hp PSC1210 that lasted for over 5 years. Because I refill the cartridges, my printing costs were very low and the printers longevity is amazing! So I looked at the alternatives. In this price range, all the alternative all-in-ones at Walmart are pretty much the same: inkjet printing, wireless, dark grey/black color and all about the same size.

    So I bought the Hp 3510.

    Setup was interesting. I installed it to my desktop first, which required I connect the USB cable (included) momentarily to tell the printer my WEP password. Be careful! There’s a setup option to remove the hp bloatware but you have to select the “customize” installation button. (I wish that they wouldn’t make it so sneaky!) I installed the basic printer software and the HP update software. I ended up with only 2 new icons on my desktop, an ‘HP shop” and an ‘Hp utility. I removed the ‘hp shop’. The ‘utility’ feature has a lot of junk that I really don’t need.

    I had a little trouble setting up my other PC’s. First I shared the desktop printer, as I had previously, but then I thought, why keep my desktop on all the time? So I turned the printers “HP wireless direct” on and used this from my laptop. But then I realized that I needed to disconnect from my home network, and connect directly to the printer to use it, then reconnect to the network again. This would be a pain! I configured another laptop similarly. The next day I went back to fix it to use the home network and I found out that the laptops had reconfigured itself to connect through the internet! Cool!

    I also connected a mac to the printer. Actually, I gave the install disk to my son and he did it. He said it didn’t work, but when I came back the next day to fix it, it worked!

    I tested the scanning feature. It works good on any of the PC laptops. I haven’t tried it on the mac.

    My old HP had the paper load and eject from the front but this one feeds in from the top back, so I had to move the new printer to a new spot. It only holds 10 to 15 pages. Make sure to put the page exit extension out or it spits the pages onto the floor.

    The old printer had dedicated buttons to copy, scan etc. This one has a small LCD screen with menu options. The screen pops up to make it easier to see, but then you can’t push the buttons. The buttons don’t have good tactile feedback, I often had to push twice, and often it registered twice when I pushed twice. And the menu/button structure isn’t very intuitive. There’s an ‘up’ a ‘down’ to scroll through the menu and an ‘OK’ and a ‘-‘ (minus sign) but on the screen there’s often 2 choices to select, one is the ‘OK’ button, another is the ‘minus’. I thought minus meant ‘abort’. “Abort” is an ‘turn back’ arrow.

    Printed pages look good, I don’t see any real differences between this printers output and the old one, but I’m not that particular. I don’t see any glaring problems.

    So ,it installs and works fine. I only gave it 4 stars because of the software/bloatware issues and the less than stellar user interface. I’ll update this when I find out how easy it is to refill the ink cartridges.

    Update 12/16/12
    The software complained that the original ink cartridges were getting low after about 60-70 pages. So I refilled them with the ink I got from my old hp psc-1210. It was pretty easy, just a hypodermic needle poked into the holes on top of the cartridge. After a few inkjet cleaning pages (basically all black or all red etc.) to move the new ink into the cartridge the pages look fine.
    The software complains about the inkjet being low, but it still prints. On my wife’s windows 7 starter laptop, it complained that the cartridge was “low or counterfeit” but it still printed. Curiously, my vista PC, my sons mac and my daughters windows 7 didn’t complain.

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  3. 44 of 50 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    HP Printer, October 16, 2012

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    Great Product, have used HP printers for years and have never had a bad HP product, easy to set up and use and shipment from Amazon was very quick!

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