HP OfficeJet 7000 Wide Format specs

By Simon Williams

Reviewed:

specs
Quick Glance
Paper Size A3+ - 330 mm x 483 mm, A3 - 297 mm x 420 mm, A4 - 210 mm x 297 mm, A5 - 148 mm x 210 mm, A6 - 105 mm x 148 mm, B4 - 250 mm x 353 mm, B5 - 176 mm x 250 mm, B6 - 125 mm x 176 mm, B7 - 88 mm x 125 mm, 100 mm x 150 mm, 130 mm x 180 mm
Printing
Duplex Manual
Paper Size A3+ - 330 mm x 483 mm, A3 - 297 mm x 420 mm, A4 - 210 mm x 297 mm, A5 - 148 mm x 210 mm, A6 - 105 mm x 148 mm, B4 - 250 mm x 353 mm, B5 - 176 mm x 250 mm, B6 - 125 mm x 176 mm, B7 - 88 mm x 125 mm, 100 mm x 150 mm, 130 mm x 180 mm
Sheet Capacity 150 sheets
Rated Black Speed 33 ppm
Rated Colour Speed 32 ppm
Features
Networking Ethernet

CV

September 14, 2009, 7:23 pm

If you need a large format printer to handle 11 x 17 prints, which printer offers the best print quality? There aren't many printers of this type.

blendi

February 10, 2010, 10:21 pm

I set the printer to the new paints when I print that reads table 1 gives the failure, before deciding if this paints varnishes I have used with the syringe filling from abroad, now not with paints or prints origjinale.what can I do?? to send feedback please, this defect can be adjusted? Thank you for understanding.

Indivijewelistic

January 30, 2014, 11:40 am

This printer has a high failure rate on both paper jams and non-recognition of cartridges (even its own). Cartridges are not easy to buy and are VERY expensive. If you want a reliable A3+ colour printer BUY AN EPSOM WORKFORCE 7015, it comes with a A4 duplex double sided capability and a separate A3 tray so you don't have to mess about changing the paper all the time. It also has a far superior print quality.

ANDREW THUITA

March 18, 2014, 3:36 am

I've had one and it has been flawless.

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