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HP Officejet 7500A Wide Format e-All-in-One E910a (C9309A#B1H)


HP Officejet 7500A Wide Format e-All-in-One E910a (C9309A#B1H)


Print professional color business materials up to 13″ x 19″ and for the lowest cost per page vs. in-class, wide-format inkjet all-in-ones with the HP Officejet 7500A Wide Format e-All-in-One, which delivers maximum prints speeds of 33 pages per minute black and 32 ppm color. Print, fax, scan, copy – this wireless and Ethernet-ready workhorse does it all and saves you money with individual inks and high-capacity cartridges. It also uses up to 40% less energy than comparable laser products. Store your business documents on the Web and quickly access and print them directly from this inkjet printer using print apps and the 2.36″ color touchscreen. You can also quickly fax files or scan to a PC or e-mail and use HP ePrint to send photos, documents and more from any mobile device directly to the HP Officejet 7500A Wide Format e-All-in-One. The HP Officejet 7500A Wide Format e-All-in-One has a 150-page, wide-format tray and a 35-page automatic document feeder and handles a range of paper types. It also meets changing business needs by allowing you to connect to your PC with Hi-speed USB 2.0.6 or print without a PC using memory card slots.

  • Print professional business materials-from 3 x 5 to 13 x 19 inches-plus Fax, Copy and Scan with ease.
  • Print professional color for the lowest cost per page vs. in-class, wide-format inkjet all-in-ones.
  • Print from anywhere, anytime, directly to your HP all-in-one, using your mobile device.
  • Use the memory card slots and 2.36-inch touchscreen to print without a PC.
  • Save on paper, using digital faxing options.

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  1. 150 of 158 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    HP OFFICEJET 7500A WIDE FORMAT e-ALL-IN-ONE – Strong multi-purpose workhorse, October 27, 2010
    By 
    Dean Redfern (Indian River Shores, Florida) –
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    This review is from: HP Officejet 7500A Wide Format e-All-in-One E910a (C9309A#B1H) (Office Product)
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    This all-in-one HP Officejet performs the four functions of printing, faxing, scanning and copying. It does each as good or better than the standalone version of each of these activities. On the printing side, the quality of the printed documents and pictures also rivals that of third-party publishers, especially those on photographic paper. The prints, which can be borderless, have sharp, vivid and nicely saturated colors.

    The nine-step installation process took about 45 minutes. All four functions were then up and running. Connectivity can be wired or wireless Ethernet, or through a USB connection to a PC. I connected the HP Officejet 7500A through a wireless wifi connection on my home office network. The unit saw the name of my network on its LCD display, and then prompted me for the network password, which is entered into the display unit.

    I printed two “draft” documents, one in black and white, and one in color. The 22-page black-and-white Word document printed in 56 seconds. The 16-page web document of colored product pages from amazon.com, took 68 seconds. The quality of the draft documents is very good and perfectly fine for everyday use.

    Since this is a wide-format printer, I printed a borderless 13 by 19 photograph from Photoshop Elements. The quality of the printed image is outstanding. It is as good or better than an emulsion-based print. I also printed the same image on a borderless 8 ½ by 11 to test for color consistency between various sizes of photographic paper. Both images were beautiful and consistent.

    There are a couple of nice enhanced features of this all-in-one unit. The first is the auto document feeder, which feeds the FAX, copying and scanning functions. I stacked a 40-page document into it, and created a PDF file of the document in a few minutes.

    The other enhanced feature is ePrint, which allows printing to the unit from anywhere on the Internet. During the setup process, an email address is assigned to the printer. You can print most standard document and image types by attaching then to its email address, and then sending it. The HP instructions say that “a print job might be delayed up to 5 minutes” before it prints. My delay time was eight seconds. This is a neat feature, which also includes a level of security that allows for limiting inbound email-based print jobs to a list of email addresses that you can create and manage online.

    The HP Officejet 7500A is solidly built. It is replacing a 12-year-old Canon copier, an 11-year-old HP printer and a 5-year-old HP scanner. The quality of this HP Officejet 7500A is simply better than the “parts,” so it is time to replace these older units. I think this HP unit will also last ten or more years as well.

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  2. 57 of 63 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Serious small business all-in-one, October 29, 2010
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    Yu-jin Chia “Yu-Jin Chia” (San Jose, CA USA) –
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    This review is from: HP Officejet 7500A Wide Format e-All-in-One E910a (C9309A#B1H) (Office Product)
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    Picking up this unit, I had pretty high expectations. HP has always produced excellent printers; in fact, back in the 90s they were better known as a printer (and possibly calculator) manufacturer than a PC brand. Suffice it to say that with this latest generation, it’s clear they still make great printers. It’s also clear that their software has improved since the last generation I’ve used, and that they’re making a serious effort to improve usability across the board.

    The HP OfficeJet 7500A is a large all-in-one, designed to accept wide format print jobs and clearly catering to a small office setup. It has practically every feature you can think of: scanner, copier, wireless, USB, fax, and e-mail printing. It also has a color touchscreen display, memory card slot, and dedicated sheet feeders for printing and copying. The size and weight of the machine are both substantial, so this is not something you’d buy to put in a crowded room or if you plan to move around frequently.

    Straight out of the box, setup is simple. If you can configure a Kindle, this is really no harder- just plug it in, then hook up the USB, ethernet, and wireless as applicable. Install the software on whichever machine you want to print from (or don’t- see below) and you’re good to go. I installed it on an old Win XP desktop, my Macbook, and a Win 7 machine: two using wireless, one physically connected. No issues whatsoever; I wish all hardware was this easy to install.

    Alternatively, you can simply turn on the printer, connect it to the internet via WiFi/ethernet, and use the e-print feature without installing any software. This also allows devices that can’t install the software (e.g. phones) to print. Setup involves creating an account on the HP e-print site, after which you can specify a list of e-mail addresses allowed to use this feature (or let anyone, which is probably not recommended). To print, simply attach the file to an e-mail addressed to the printer. This feature recognizes most common document formats (.txt, .doc, .pdf, .xls, most image formats) and works pretty well. I did notice some quirks with it, for example it will not print graphics that are small size or low resolution. Why not just use this feature instead of installing the pretty big HP software suite? For one, it can take a while depending on how snappy your e-mail is. It also doesn’t let you specify any formatting- you can only choose black & white or color in the general printer setup. Lastly, it doesn’t support ALL document and image formats.

    The third alternative is to put your media on an SD card and physically insert it into the printer. This allows you to print images directly from a digital camera, for example. The touchscreen allows some simple formatting instructions as well. The primary advantage of this is you don’t have to have a computer running to use this.

    Print speed is comparable to most modern printers- very fast for B&W, decent for good quality color. Print quality is fully configurable, and is very high (photo print detail) on best quality. The scanner/copier works as well as any comparable device; having the dedicated sheet feeder is a plus, as it allows you to automatically scan stacks of documents instead of doing it one by one.

    The machine itself comes with a pack of photo paper to play around with, plus the standard four color cartridges. The black cartridge is the same size as the color ones despite the fact that the print head can fit a considerably larger one (as is the case with most modern inkjets). No doubt this is to get you to buy one sooner, which is a bit cheap on HP’s part.

    Additionally, this printer has built-in fax via a standard phone cable. I haven’t tried this particular feature and don’t use fax in general (it’s such an 80s way to do things IMO). Especially with the scan-to-email feature, this is rather obsolete. However, if you need it, it’s there.

    The next big question is, who is this printer for? It’s probably most suitable for use as a home office or small office machine. For personal use, it’s pretty massive overkill in terms of features and power and is too bulky besides. For a large business, assuming most print jobs will be B&W, it’ll work but will likely cost more than a laser printer in the long-run due to the higher cost of black ink. On the other hand, if you plan on printing color frequently this machine is going to be hard to beat. The fact that it can take outsized pages is an added plus.

    Bottom line: though a tad on the pricey side, the OfficeJet 7500A has pretty much every feature you can imagine and can handle anything you can throw at it. It’s easy to set up, the touch LCD is a nice feature, and the scan/print options are effective and powerful. It might not be the most cost effective unit for massive amounts of black and white printing, but it can definitely do the job.

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  3. 37 of 40 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    A Huge Change for Printing, November 24, 2010
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    Beccaboney “beccaboney” (Washington, DC) –
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    This review is from: HP Officejet 7500A Wide Format e-All-in-One E910a (C9309A#B1H) (Office Product)
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    To start off, this printer was a HUGE upgrade for me. I had been using a Canon printer/scanner/copier for the past couple of years, which was fine but didn’t do more than was intended. So I was primed and ready for an upgrade. This printer did not disappoint.

    To begin, it comes in a huge box. I knew ahead of time that it would be a big printer because it prints 13×9, so it at least had to be as big as the bed where this paper would sit. It was packaged well, and was easy to put together. Within a few minutes we were all set up.

    First I set up the wireless printing. This was a total breakthough for me, and I will never go back. Imagine – being in the basement with my laptop and printing a recipe for dinner 2 floors away? Genius! Now I know other printers offer this, but to me, it’s simply wonderful.

    Then I used the touchscreen (which I love because my phone is touchscreen) keypad to set up the web printing. You also have to go online to coordinate which websites you’d like to print from. Basically how to can set this up is to have various websites programed on your PRINTER to print to their websites when you ask it to. Without opening your computer. I use this once in a while with a craft for kids website and can print colorings or crafts whenever my kids are having a “moment” – it’s super fast, and they love the variety.

    I also printed a huge photo on the largest photo paper, it was 13×9. The color was fantastic. Just make sure you feed the paper the right way (face down).

    I have also used the scanning feature, though can’t seem to figure out the “Stitch and Scan” CD they sent with it. I am assuming this would bring multiple scanned docs into one large .pdf to email, but I can’t seem to get it to work. Might be user error…..

    I have not used the fax feature because I don’t have a land line.

    Overall, this would be a great addition to a small business or home office. I always feel like the ink is expensive, and I wish they would sell it wholesale somewhere (I looked at Costco, nada) or in bulk for less. It takes 4 different ink cartridges, so lots to replace. But I have been using it for almost 2 months now, printing every day, and still don’t need replacements.

    Overall, a huge change for me, and a great upgrade for anyone looking for a fantastic printer/scanner/fax.

    update 11/26/12

    This printer is still great. One issue: envelope printing. I have tried using the tray, but it just gets jammed. Every single time. Very frustrating. Still a great printer, tho.

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