HP Photosmart C8180 - Inkjet All-in-One specs

By Simon Williams

Reviewed:

specs
Quick Glance
Paper Size A4, A5, B5, DL Envelope, C6 Envelope, A6, 3.94" x 11.81", 8.46" x 24", 5.12" x 7.09", 3.94" x 5.91", Custom Size, 100 mm x 300 mm, 130 mm x 180 mm, 100 mm x 150 mm, 215 mm x 610 mm
Printing
Paper Size A4, A5, B5, DL Envelope, C6 Envelope, A6, 3.94" x 11.81", 8.46" x 24", 5.12" x 7.09", 3.94" x 5.91", Custom Size, 100 mm x 300 mm, 130 mm x 180 mm, 100 mm x 150 mm, 215 mm x 610 mm
Sheet Capacity 120 sheets, 50
Rated Black Speed 34 ppm
Rated Colour Speed 33 ppm
Scanning
Scan Resolution 9600 dpi, 9600 x 9600
Features
Card slot CompactFlash, Memory Stick, Memory Stick Duo, Memory Stick PRO, Memory Stick PRO Duo, MultiMedia Card (MMC), SD Card, SDHC Card, xD-Picture Card
Networking Ethernet, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth

Keithe6e

May 1, 2009, 4:11 pm

Something I don't think HP get credit for, so worth a mention here. Is how well the Ink preserves, eg. In the past I've had Epson & Cannon printers, and if I never used the printer for a week or so, I had to go through the whole process of doing the head cleaning stuff, wasting about half a cartridge in doing so. Since getting a HP 3210, I can leave the printer for weeks and when I come back to using the printer again, it's doing perfect prints straight away. So in this respect if your not a massive printing user HP's cost per page is far better than other makes. Also they do seem to go forever, believe it or not we still have a HP Laser III running at our work place, apart from some cleaning on the rollers it's hardly ever needed any attention, oh and we did replace a cog too.

Cordless

September 20, 2013, 3:28 pm

Agreed with the above for the Photosmart C8180. We have one that hadn't been used for well over 18 months. On start-up it stated that all the cartridges were expired. They were a year out of date but it printed perfectly first time! It is a brilliant machine.

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