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The Officejet 6700 Premium e-All-in-One from HP prints up 16ppm (black) and 9 ppm (color) in 1200 dpi resolution. The printer supports paper sizes up to legal (8.5x14-inch) and can print borderless photos up to 8.5x11-inch. Thanks to its individual ink cartridges and automatic duplex printing, getting the job done at home is more affordable, whether you're printing photos, documents, or brochures. Additionally, you can easily share the printer with other computers on your network using its built-in Ethernet and Wi-Fi connectivity capabilities. Replace all your printers with one central networked printer to save money, space, and resources. The Officejet 6700 can even multitask (e.g. scanning and printing) so your print job doesn't have to wait for another person's scanning to complete.
Functions: Printer, Scanner, Copier, Fax
Printer Type: Color Inkjet Multifunction Printer
Interface Connection: USB Yes, Network RJ-45 Yes
Included Network Card: IEEE 802.11b/g/n, Ethernet
System Type: PC, Mac
Black & White Print Speed: 16 ppm
Green Compliance: ENERGY STAR, RoHS
Product Title: HP (Hewlett-Packard) Officejet 6700 Premium All-in-One Inkjet Printer
Manufacturer: HP (Hewlett-Packard)
Power Score: 4.2 | 197 Reviews
Color Print Speed: 9 ppm
Color Photo Print Speed: 17 Second
All-In-One / MFP: Yes
Max Paper Size Width: 8 in
Min Paper Size Height: 5 in
Media Size: A4 - 8.27" x 11.69", A5 - 5.83" x 8.27", A6 - 4.13" x 5.83", 3.94" x 5.91", 5.12" x 7.09", C5 Envelope - 6.38" x 9.02", C6 Envelope - 4.49" x 6.38", DL Envelope - 4.33" x 8.66", Letter - 8.50" x 10.98", Legal - 8.50" x 14.02", Executive - 7.24" x 10.51", B5 (JIS), Index Card - 5" x 7.99", Postcard - 5.83" x 3.94", Statement - 8.50" x 5.51", L - 4.69" x 3.50", 2L, 3" x 5", 5" x 7", Envelope No. 10, Monarch Envelope, Ofuku Hagaki, Hagaki Card, Japanese Postcard, Chou 3 Envelope, Chou 4 Envelope, Custom Size
Min Paper Size Width: 3 in
Standard Input Sheet Capacity: 250 sheets
Paper Handling Support: Plain Paper, Thick Paper, Bright White Paper, Inkjet Paper, Matte Paper, Premium Paper, Photo Paper, Glossy Paper, Special Media, Greeting Card, Brochure Paper, Card Stock, Envelope, Trifold Brochure, Flyer Paper, Hagaki Card, Postcard, Index Card
Max Paper Size Height: 18 in
Black and White Copy Speed: 34 cpm
Color Copy Speed: 31 cpm
Max Enlargement: 400%
Max Reduction: 25%
Maximum Scan Size: 8.50" x 11.69"
Scan Depth: 24-bit Color, 8-bit Grayscale
Optical Scan Resolution: 1200 dpi
Max Fax Data Speed: 3 sec/page
Fax Page Memory Capacity: 99 pages
Monthly Duty Cycle: 12000 pages per month
General Features: Borderless Printing Yes, USB Direct Printing Yes, Automatic Duplex Printing, Touchscreen Yes
Height: 9.9 in
Weight: 19.33 lbs
Width: 18.3 in
Depth: 23.0 in
Warranty Information: 1 Year
URL: Manufacturer Link
Black & White Horizontal Resolution: 600 dpi
Print Resolution: 4800 x 1200 dpi
Automated Duplex Printing: Automatic
Installed Memory: 128 MB
Grayscale Depth: 8-bit
Ink Color System: 4
ADF Sheet Capacity: 35
Color Vertical Resolution: 4800 dpi
Color Depth: 24-bit
Processor Speed: 500 MHz
Color Horizontal Resolution: 1200 dpi
Black & White Vertical Resolution: 1200 dpi
Product Reviews (12)
HP Officejet 6700 - love the features
Pleased with my pritner selection and its features. Machine easy to install.
By Caddy on HP - Apr 21, 2013
Good double-sided printer.
I've already saved a few hundred sheets of paper by using a feature of this printer to print on both sides of each sheet. The documentation could be better at explaining which button on the screen is the numeric shift key when entering a wireless router password, though.
By rfmiles on HP - Apr 21, 2013
Almost a five star
The only thing keeping this from a five star rating is the absence of any simple way to load and feed an envelope short of emptying the entire paper tray. An envelope feed slot similar to the wonderful old Desk Jet would have been a very welcome touch. Othere than that, speed, features and print quality are all top notch.
By wjklein on HP - Apr 9, 2013
I replaced our workhorse HP 1200 because it wasn't fully Windows 7 compatible. Big mistake. This printer is used solely for home and leisure use and no matter how thrifty I am to conserve, it's an ink hog. It also needs to be reset every week or so due to the Scanner Failure message, and I'm not satisfied with the "solution" provided on the HP support site. I've used a lot of HP printers in the...
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I replaced our workhorse HP 1200 because it wasn't fully Windows 7 compatible. Big mistake. This printer is used solely for home and leisure use and no matter how thrifty I am to conserve, it's an ink hog. It also needs to be reset every week or so due to the Scanner Failure message, and I'm not satisfied with the "solution" provided on the HP support site. I've used a lot of HP printers in the workplace and had high expectatons. However, this is by far the most disappointing model. Next time, I'll consider other brand options.
By Dataczar on HP - Apr 1, 2013
This printer has very poor ink cartridge yield.
While the printer works good when working, the printer will not print, even in black when one of the 3 color ink cartridges need to be replaced. Further, although I have purchased 8 other HP multi function printers, I have never owned a printer like this one which requires that all 3 color cartridges need to be replaced at the same time. I have printed less than 1000 sheets of 8 1/2 x 11 paper,...
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While the printer works good when working, the printer will not print, even in black when one of the 3 color ink cartridges need to be replaced. Further, although I have purchased 8 other HP multi function printers, I have never owned a printer like this one which requires that all 3 color cartridges need to be replaced at the same time. I have printed less than 1000 sheets of 8 1/2 x 11 paper, most being black and white word documents, but have had to replace the 3 color cartridges, 2 times ( the original "Setup" cartridges have only enough toner to setup the machine and print a few pages) and the last set is now empty and I can't even print in black and white either.
By JPaul on HP - Mar 31, 2013