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HP Officejet 7110 Wide Format review




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HP Officejet 7110 Wide Format
  • HP Officejet 7110 Wide Format
  • HP Officejet 7110 Wide Format - Controls
  • HP Officejet 7110 Wide Format - Trays
  • HP Officejet 7110 Wide Format - Cartridges
  • HP Officejet 7110 Wide Format - Feature Table
  • HP Officejet 7110 Wide Format - Print Speeds and Costs


Our Score:



  • Easy WPS wireless setup
  • Individual inks
  • Fast print


  • Duplex only an option
  • Output tray cover don’t match tray shape
  • No LCD display

Key Features

  • Print up to 13 x 19-inch
  • Quality plain and photo prints
  • Wireless, network and USB connection
  • Print from mobile devices
  • Quality plain paper printing
  • Manufacturer: HP
  • Review Price: £126.00

What is the HP Officejet 7110 Wide Format?

Most inkjet printers which can handle paper larger than A4 are aimed at the enthusiast or semi-pro photography market, but HP’s Officejet 7110 Wide Format is an A3 printer intended primarily for SOHO customers.

HP Officejet 7110 Wide Format

There are lots of good reasons for wanting to be able to print above A4 in size, including posters and other marketing materials and folded A4 publications, like newsletters and brochures. This is made easier if your printer can handle duplex printing, though HP only provides this as an option, here.

HP’s product naming conventions grow more bizarre over time. If you want to order this machine, make sure you ask for an Officejet 7110 Wide Format. The Officejet 7110 is a completely different machine, an A4 all-in-one. Admittedly it’s not a current model, but there are so many numbers to choose from, why risk confusion?

HP Officejet 7110 Wide Format - Design and Features

This is a wide, dark brown printer with rounded, modern lines. The control panel consists of five buttons and a few extra indicators, but no LCD display, not even a basic text one. It’s hard to see why, when an A4 printer selling into the same market is expected to have a display, probably bitmapped and in colour, its wide-format cousin has nothing.

HP Officejet 7110 Wide Format - Controls

The only paper tray, which takes up to 250 sheets, is telescopic, so if you only print A3 occasionally, you can leave the tray in its A4 position, reducing the printer’s overall footprint.

The slightly odd thing is that, if you buy the machine specifically to print A3 and leave the paper tray extended, the paper tray cover, which also forms the output tray, is a different shape, so doesn’t cover the tray exactly. Brother uses the same telescopic design for its A3 trays, but has developed a properly tailored cover.

Lift the lid of the HP Officejet 7110 Wide Format and the four individual ink cartridges slide to the centre of the carriage. Black ink is available in standard and high-yield versions, but the colour inks come in just one size, labelled XL.


May 14, 2013, 3:58 pm

How do you get duplex? Is it a cost option at purchase?


August 1, 2013, 3:59 pm

OMG!!! What a piece of *&^%!! This printer WILL NOT print black ink on glossy papers, which is the only reason I need a wide format printer in my company. Instead, you have to use the "high quality grayscale" setting, which uses up color cartridges at an astounding rate.

That's right, you can't print black with your black ink cartridge. In fact, I had to replace the color cartridges twice before I even had to change out the black SETUP cartridge.

WHAT A RIPOFF!!! Never again HP, never again.

Looks like an EPSON is in my future.

Simon Saunders

November 14, 2013, 1:42 pm

This appears to be your only post on any subject, so forgive my skepticism.


December 9, 2014, 3:50 pm

black on gloss, eish Hp please improve ink quality. refill inks seem to hold better than your originals but they r not good for my printer so do something and label them as NEW IMPROVED IKS

Aniki Onigiri

September 2, 2016, 11:14 am

Or he is so frustrated with it that he made an account to keep other customers from running into the same frustration?

Simon Saunders

September 3, 2016, 11:17 am

I bought one in the end and it works fine, a little thirsty maybe.

Mick Hart, Thistlebank Graphic

November 13, 2016, 4:13 pm

Just bought one to replace an aging (but brilliant) HP7000
Have HP really produced a machine that won't print on ISO SRA3? Unbelievable!
Slower than 7000 (by a huge margin) and printed colour gamut is really poor. Machine is noisy. Only pro is that (contrary to other reports) it does print black on coated gloss really well, unfortunately the colours just swim around on top of the paper and you get covered in ink!
Network ability is okay, but with limited control over output pretty useless unless you only use A4, so really a waste of money for an 'up to A3+' machine.
I've given mine to the kids rather than scrap it, which did cross my mind!


May 20, 2017, 10:36 am

Bought one for my charity seven months ago, printed ~1200 A3 envelopes twice (3-month interval), then the paper feed failed about a month and a half ago: HP replaced it under warranty (no hassle that time) but the replacement failed after printing less than 50 DL envelopes. HP were reluctant to replace the replacement but yielded equally reluctantly to persuasion.

The feed mechanism is prone to thinking there is a paper jam when there is clearly nothing of the sort. The first one refused to link up to our wifi at any time, but the second one connected with zero problems.

We'll give HP one more chance but if there are any more problems we'll probably send it back as NFFP and try to get our money back.

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