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HP OJPro x576dw Wireless Color Photo Printer with Scanner, Copier and Fax


HP OJPro x576dw Wireless Color Photo Printer with Scanner, Copier and Fax


HP Officejet Pro X576dw Multifunction Printer The next generation of printing is here. Print professional-quality color-up to twice the speed and half the cost per page of color lasers. Scan Resolution: Up to 1200 dpi enhanced; Up to 1200 x 1200 dpi hardware; Up to 1200 dpi optical. Copy Resolution: Up to 600 dpi black (text and Graphics); Up to 600 dpi color. Display: 4.3″ CGD, touchscreen. Standard Connectivity: 2 Hi-Speed USB 2.0 Host; 1 Hi-Speed USB 2.0 Device; 1 Ethernet 10/100. Base-TX network; 1 RJ-11 modem port; 802.11 b/g/n Station; 802.11 b/g Access Point. Paper Handling: 500-sheet input tray, 50-sheet multi-purpose tray, Optional 500 sheet tray,. 300-sheet face-down output bin. Duty Cycle2: Up to 75,000 pages. ADF Capacity: 50-page auto document feeder for two-sided Scan, copy and fax. Produce quality prints with Original HP inks, and save up to 50% on printing costs versus color lasers. Print record speeds with the worlds fastest desktop printer5. New General Office mode delivers high-quality prints at up to 70 pages per minute. PageWide Technology found in top-end digital presses. Print wirelessly, and share access with PCs, tablets, and mobile devices-even with no network or router. Print from your smartphone or tablet from virtually anywhere with HP ePrint. Add this device to your office Ethernet network to easily share with your workgroup. Print up to 9,200 pages per cartridge and load up to 1,050 sheets at once with the optional paper tray. Depend on HP for reliable workgroup printing-designed for high volumes up to 4,200 pages per month. Tap and swipe the intuitive 4.3-inch color touchscreen to print, copy, scan, fax, and send digital files. •Designed for high volumes up to 4,200 pages per month

  • Twice the speed at half the cost
  • Conserve resources with out sacrificing performance
  • High paper tray capacity

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Question by C.Peak: How does a wireless printer work?
Does it need to be hooked up to my wireless router? what if i dont have wireless internet? Or does it make its own signal that my wifi enabled laptop could pick up?

Best answer:

Answer by Denver Al
It would be easiest, and often times better, to have it setup to work with your wireless router, but it can also be connected to your wireless laptop directly as well. You do not need to have wireless internet. A wireless printer simply means that it can be accessed and used by a wireless access point like a wireless router or computer.

To hook it up directly to your laptop computer is called “ad hoc”. The best thing to use to set it up to whatever you want is your User’s Manual. It should have the steps needed to complete the setup and connection. Setting it up to work with a wireless router allows it to be easily shared with anyone else that also has access to the router, but if you’re the only one, then that is not as important.

Here are some links that may help:
Home Networking:
http://www.pcworld.com/article/102461/how_to_set_up_your_home_network.html
http://www.microsoft.com/athome/moredone/wirelesssetup.mspx
http://compnetworking.about.com/od/homenetworking/Home_Networking_Setting_Up_a_Home_Network.htm
http://www.pcstats.com/articleview.cfm?articleID=1427

Ad-hoc network setup:
http://windows.microsoft.com/en-US/windows-vista/Ad-hoc-networking-How-the-network-with-the-funny-name-can-make-your-life-easier
http://compnetworking.about.com/cs/wirelessfaqs/f/adhocwireless.htm
http://www.microsoft.com/windowsxp/using/networking/expert/bowman_02april08.mspx
http://www.microsoft.com/windowsxp/using/networking/setup/adhoc.mspx
http://www.cs.washington.edu/research/edtech/presenter/doc/adhoc.html

General wireless printer setup:
http://h71036.www7.hp.com/hho/cache/606869-0-0-225-121.html?jumpid=reg_R1002_USEN
http://www.ehow.com/how_2192712_setup-wireless-printer.html

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What customers say about HP OJPro x576dw Wireless Color Photo Printer with Scanner, Copier and Fax?

  1. 10 of 11 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Finally working, it’s fantastic, June 1, 2013
    By 
    Bob Leibowitz “Bob” (Canticle, USA) –

    This review is from: HP OJPro x576dw Wireless Color Photo Printer with Scanner, Copier and Fax (Office Product)

    It has taken three machines in order to get one that works, no small matter since they’re big, bulky, heavy and hard to repack. The first machine wouldn’t get through the setup process. HP’s service center escalated the challenge pretty rapidly, but still our investment of time was north of ten hours altogether.

    The second machine got further, making it through setup and about 100 printed pages. Then one or more of its sensors went nuts seeing paper jams that couldn’t be found and couldn’t be fixed. Less wasted time, about two hours. I’ll say this, too, HP has really improved its service center operations. We got the impression they’d do anything to get us up and running quickly.

    The third machine has been worth the wait. The new technology that HP brags on really is impressive. The print quality is superb, the color is great, the ink costs per page are the lowest I’ve experience, and reliability through 5,000 pages in a week has been perfect. Speed is the fastest we’ve ever had.

    Setup on our Apple Airport network was a breeze, close to Apple levels of simplicity. (Good thing since the manuals are not impressive). Its interface in the print driver window is at least as good as Apple’s.

    In short, the experience getting here has been the pits on machines manufactured in December. Today, with a machine built in March and delivered in May, I’m a happy customer.

    (I sure hope it keeps working.)

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  2. 24 of 33 people found the following review helpful
    1.0 out of 5 stars
    A great example of why HP is struggling, April 30, 2013
    By 
    Z C (Israel) –

    This review is from: HP OJPro x576dw Wireless Color Photo Printer with Scanner, Copier and Fax (Office Product)

    Acquiring this product was a real effort as most stores seemed to be out of stock. Calling HP directly was even more frustrating, but that is a whole additional story. All of this seemed quite odd to me given that HP clearly seems to have put effort into promoting this product and encouraging customers to seek it, while at the same time the firm seems to have released very few units. To make a long story short, after making quite a few phone calls I was finally able to buy one and get it home. I purchased it for my wife, who has a small business.

    The good news are that when this printer works, it works pretty much as advertised, producing VERY quick high-quality printouts. It is worked that was consistently and smoothly, it would be one of the very best printers out there and easily worth its very substantial cost.

    The bad news are that during the 3 weeks or so that we’ve owned this printer I have wasted countless hours helping my wife solve problems she ran into, as this printer often fails to do what it’s supposed to do (print and scan). We faced numerous failures of the printer to print documents and scan documents. I found the online manual useless– I had to slowly figure things out on my own. The software interface is FAR from user friendly. One problem, for example — the printer inexplicably ‘falls asleep’ VERY frequently, and it takes some effort and time to ‘wake it up.’ It also seems to lose touch with the wi-fi network frequently and needs to be manually connected again. Printing on non-standard paper (A4, for example, rather than US Letter) is painful — somehow the printer ‘refuses’ to do this. It seems not to retain settings. In short, using it is a real pain.

    I realize that this review may make me sound as a hopeless IT-idiot. To put this in context, while I am certainly no longer a techie, many years ago I worked as an IT tech support person. In other words, I am probably at least as IT savvy as the average user. And I have a PhD from one of the Nation’s finer universities. In other words, I am probably not a complete idiot.

    I had some further quibbles–this product nicely illustrated to me the difference between HP and Apple. Getting your hands on a new Apple product is a delight. It is clear that the firm thought carefully about each and every aspect of the product, including the experience a new user will have. Unpacking an Apple product is a wonderful experience. Unpacking and assembling this printer, on the other hand, was a rather lengthy and frustrating process. It was clear that NO thought whatsoever was invested in the customer experience.

    As I said in the beginning of my review, when the printer works, it works very well. So I do believe that this product make a good purchase sometime in the future. But at the very least, HP will need to invest some serious efforts in debugging, updating, upgrading, etc. For now, I strongly advise people to stay away from this buggy product. For such an expensive product, the problems it now presents are completely unacceptable.

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  3. 3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Very fast and no problems, September 17, 2013
    By 
    D. Maynard
    (REAL NAME)
      

    This review is from: HP OJPro x576dw Wireless Color Photo Printer with Scanner, Copier and Fax (Office Product)

    We have had the X576dw for about 2.5 months and I have been very impressed. The print and copy speeds are amazing. One of the big improvements over the color laser we had before is the fast warm up time–just a few seconds. By the time I walk to the printer, my job is usually finished. I have a 55 ppm Konica color laser in another office and the X576dw is at least as fast. I think the duplexing is faster on the HP.

    The color print quality is more dependent on the paper quality than the color laser, but photographic images on coated paper are much better than the laser. The small-font (~8pt) B&W print quality using standard 20lb copy paper is enough to satisfy my selective co-workers although the laser does have an edge on sharpness. (Caveat: I do leave it set to the higher print quality. The speed is still very fast and I prefer the higher saturation it provides.)

    I was very reluctant to replace a color laser with an ink jet, but have been very happy with the X576dw. We haven’t seen the problems reported here. It goes to sleep after a preset idle time, but wakes itself up when you print to it or tap on the touch panel. We haven’t had any issues with paper jams. We mostly feed regular 20lb copy paper and usually have duplex enabled. Feeding #10 envelopes from the media tray has also worked well.

    We have the printer hard-wired to our network and do NOT use the wireless. This could explain why we haven’t seen some of the reported issues. Our usage is relatively light for the ratings–probably about a ream a month.

    Compared to the color laser alternatives in its speed class, the X576 was a bargain. A full set of ink cartridges costs about the same as a full set of toner for the Konica it replaced. However, I don’t have to worry about imaging units or waste toner bottles with the HP. We’ll see how well the full-page printheads hold up over time. I did purchase the HP 3yr On-Site CarePack since it’s long-term reliability has not been proven. It is big enough that I don’t want to be lugging it around if it does break.

    I was skeptical at first, but so far, the X576dw has been a joy to own and use.

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