Hewlett Packard HP Deskjet 1000 NOT Wireless Color Printer
by Ruth Hammond
HP Deskjet 1000
I bought my Hewitt Packard HP Deskjet 1000 printer from a local wal mart store about one year ago. This is a simple non wireless printer that is energy star rated, which means it uses less energy than some other models.
When I was searching for my printer I was looking for quality work as well as value. The HP printer was easy and simple to set up, all I had to do was plug in a couple cords and slide in a disk that was completely self explanatory.
The Deskjet 1000 has an ISO black print speed of up to 5.5 ppm, a black draft print speed of up to 16 ppm, ISO color draft speed of up to 4 ppm, black print resolution of up to 600dpi with a color print resolution of up to 4800x1200 optimized dpi.
This HP model does not do borderless printing or support a memory card. The supported paper sizes of this model include letter or legal sizes 4x6 in, 5x7 in, 8x10 in and # 10 envelopes.
The Deskjet 1000 can handle up to 60 sheets of paper in the tray. It only takes up one USB to connect the printer. The supported operating systems for this model includes Microsoft windows 7, windows vista and windows XP with SP2 or higher. This printer works with HP 61 ink cartridges. Over 91% of people would recommend the HP Deskjet 1000 printer to their friends.
This machine is a great bargain at around $40 dollars. The print quality is awesome and uses very little ink. The cost of the HP ink is about $12 dollars for black and $16 dollars for the colored. The only problem with this printer that I have ever experienced is the paper getting jammed up to where I have to pull it back out and reinsert it. This is the second HP Deskjet 1000 printer that I have owned. The first one that I bought lasted about a year and a half.
I’m really not sure what happened to it but I do have children so it was banged around a good deal. Overall this printer works fine and is good for someone looking for a great bargain.