HP Deskjet F2280 All-in-One Reviews
Product Type: Hewlett-Packard All in one Printer
Description:Model ID CB683A#BEV / HP Deskjet F2280 All-in-One - Multifunction ( printer / copier / scanner ) - colour - ink-jet - copying (up to): 20 ppm (mono) / 14 ppm (colour) - printing (up to): 20 ppm (mono) / 14 ppm (colour) - 100 sheets - USB / Do more than just print - scan and copy ... more
HP Deskjet F2280 All-in-One ... too with this reliable and easy-to-use all-in-one. Print documents, web pages and photos. Make quick color copies and turn photos and paperwork into digital files with the built-in scanner.
The HP Deskjet F2280 All-in-One printer, scanner, copier is designed for users looking for a basic, reliable and easy-to-use all-in-one that offers good value, great results and a range of simple but helpful tools.
Newest Review: ... It was really easy to set up, it prints quickly and neatly, and doesn't eat up ink like there is no tomorrow. I have printed ... more
Customer HP Deskjet F2280 All-in-One Reviews (9)
by - written on 11/10/10 (Very useful, 108 readings)
I purchased this printer in late 2008, to use for my Uni work. It has several features which really benefitted me in both my work and when searching for a job. *Price* I paid around £40 for this printer from Wilkos, it was on offer at the time but I'm not sure how much normal RRP is. I have read that this RRPs around £40 now. *Features* The HP Deskjet F2280 is an all-in-one printer. It has a basic printer function, which hooks up to your computer and prints when plugged in through a USB cable. Also, the printer can be used as a scanner. This function allows you to, again, hook the printer up to your computer and scan pictures or ... Read the complete review
by - written on 24/10/11, updated on 24/10/11 (Very useful, 58 readings)
Technology wise, I am not the best. I do love technology and am always looking out foe new updates etc, but in terms of managing any technological items, I am a disaster. Previously I've had three printers which were in a nutshell...useless! I have no luck with printers, computers and phones, among others. So when my last laser-jet printer broke, I was determined to find a reliable, trustworthy machine that would last me a decent period of time (5 months was my all time high!!) I bought this HP Deskjet in 2009 when I was in college and it was an essential rather than a luxury. I knew I would have tons of reports and notes to print so I needed something that would last ... Read the complete review
by - written on 07/12/10 (Very useful, 111 readings)
Again another purchase of mine back in January 2009 when I was turning the spare bedroom into my home office for my new job. I did not do any shopping around despite having the whole of the Christmas break to get organised (there was far too much football to watch and Stella to be drunk for that). I picked up the HP Deskjet F2280 All In One when doing the weekly grocery run at Tesco's. I can't remember exactly what I paid but I know it was on offer and think about £49.99. This seemed good value as I needed a basic colour printer with Scanning and Photocopying functionality which the 2280 offered. The printer is certainly not the smallest and easiest on the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 27/10/10 (Very useful, 104 readings)
A while back my printer at work had to be replaced so my boss decided to get me a HP Deskjet F2280 Printer which also has scanner and photo-copier capability. When I first saw the printer I was quite shocked at how big and bulky it was which I suppose it has to be quite big to have all those functions. I had never used a scanner before and thought it would be really difficult but once I had a go I found it really simple to do. The printer connects to your computer using a USB cable and also a mains cable, when you buy the printer it comes with a disk that needs downloading onto your computer and then you're away. The front of the printer ... Read the complete review
by - written on 30/07/10 (Very useful, 77 readings)
This the current printer that we have in our office. I use it primarily for printing off documents and CD covers, while the other household members use it for printing pictures and the occasional scan. I did not buy this printer but a current fair retail price seems to be around the thirty pound mark. It measures about half a metre in length and perhaps the length of a standard sized large ruler in width. It is also a stocky fellow at around nine inches in depth, so you will need a fair bit of room to store the printer. We have it on a desk and it a bit of an eyesore! The paper tray represents about a half of the size of the entire front panel. HP ... Read the complete review
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