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HP OfficeJet Pro 7740 Wide Format All-in-One Printer with Wireless Printing, Amazon Dash Replenishment ready (G5J38A)

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  • Main functions of this all-in-one wide-format printer: copy, scan, fax, wide-format printing up to 11x17 inches, wireless printing, AirPrint, 2-sided duplex printing, color touchscreen, automatic document feeder, and more
  • Mobile printing: print from anywhere using your smartphone with the free HP ePrint app, easily print from your iPhone with AirPrint, send jobs from your devices to any company printer using Google Cloud Print, print without a network using Wi-Fi Direct printing
  • Up to 50% less cost per page than color lasers with fast print speeds up to 22 pages per minute black. Support high-volume office printing with a paper input capacity of up to 500 sheets with two 250-sheet paper trays
  • Print, scan, and copy in standout color on a variety of paper sizes from letter to 11x17 inches. Tap and swipe the 2.65-inch color touchscreen, easily manage print, scan, copy, and fax jobs directly at the printer
  • Never shop for ink again: With Amazon Dash Replenishment, your printer tracks your usage and automatically reorders the Original HP 952 ink cartridges you need, only when you need them
  • Ideal for professionals in small businesses who need to print high-quality documents and borderless, double-sided marketing materials up to 11x17 inches
  • Paper sizes supported: 3x5 to 11.7x17 inches. Maximum dimensions (W x D x H)- 23 x 28 x 15 inches
  • One-year limited hardware warranty; 24-hour, 7 days a week Web support

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An Incredibly Versatile Multi-Function WiFi-Enabled Printer - With a Near-Fatal FlawThis printer usually retails for about $199 at local office supply stores, but is often on sale for $149 here and at some office supply stores near you.The only wire is (a) the power cable and maybe (b) the telephone cable for the fax function.Printer can print to or scan most common paper sizes all the way up to Tabloid 11" x 17" paper. Software auto-selects paper size when you print. Tray 1 can also be configured to take envelops. We have two (2) of these at our office: one has envelops and 8 1/2" xx 11" paper, the other has Legal and Tabloid paper. This combination of two inexpensive printers covers all of our printing needs. The tabloid size is convenient for construction and design trades as it gives you the capability to show designs on larger paper sizes without taking up the table space and inconvenient folding and spreading using large 24" x 36" "blue print" sized paper.Per page print costs (assuming B&W with 5% coverage) is about $0.015 per page; color is under $0.03 per page. This is much less expensive than color laser printers.Cartridge costs are reasonable and their life span is very good. Cartridges are readily available. Print speed is very fast with high quality. After nearly a year of usage, there's been no issues, no paper jams, malfunctions, etc.FOLLOW-UP: As of April 2019, HP pushed a firmware update that (a) disables the printer's ability to use 3rd party of refilled cartridges and (b) will not let the printer operate at all unless and until every ink cartridge is working.This is a new development that came immediately after HP finalized its settlement of a similar lawsuit for a different class of inkjet printers in April 2019. It's a great printer/scanner/copier/fax machine. We've never had any problems with print quality, improper operation, etc. But, now my ink costs have skyrocketed. A single 4-cartridge set of genuine original manufacture HP 952-series XL ink cartridges costs $129.99; comparable refilled cartridge sets cost $99 for TWO complete 4-color sets of ink cartridges.Operationally, this is a 5-star printer; cost efficiency has earned it a downgrade to 3-stars.3Seems like it's so difficult to find a good one these ...I've been through a lot of printers in the past couple years. Seems like it's so difficult to find a good one these days. After 3 or 4 failed EPSON printers, I tried this one. It works better than what i've been using lately. The ink is very expensive. My biggest problem with it is it has a tendency to grab more than one page and paper jam a lot. I'd say probably 2 or 3 times every 8 hour work day. I'd consider that too often.4Worst printer I ever bought - Returned!There were pretty much nothing but unpleasant surprises with this printer. The installation was a nightmare. HP wants the user to install over the web. Fine, except it cannot find the installation software to download. I then used the included optical media to install the printer drivers and software. While I could ping the printer on the network, access the printer's internal web server and print a test page from there, it wouldn't print a test page from Windows 10 nor from Word. So, I uninstalled everything and found the installation software on HP's web site. It still would not print. After hours of wasted time and research, I found an obscure article that said the user needs to change the security settings on the Windows temp file. I did that and it printed. Finally.I've set up at least 50 printers in my career. No other printer I've ever seen, including the other three HP printers I own have this problem.Then, setting up the fax, it told me that I have the wrong telephone cable. What? It is a standard phone cable, with an RJ-11 jack on each end. It turns out that I can actually fax just fine - the software is messed up.Loading 11 x 17 paper requires the user to expand the paper tray and when inserted, it sticks out a full three inches - HP doesn't show that in any of its product literature, of course, because it looks terrible and lets dust into the tray.The LED touch screen is tiny, under 3 inches diagonally and difficult to use because everything is so small. There is plenty of room for a decent sized screen. The 8620 printer has a much larger screen and is very usable.The lid for the scanner is so thin and flimsy that I think it is broken every time I lift it. The product basically works, but is just horrible to use. I really hate it and am not sure whether I will keep it or not.Updated review. I tried to use the printer's scheduling firmware to turn it off at night on schedule, or after X hours of non-usage. The printer put out an error message that a telephone cord is attached to the printer and it would not accept faxes if it is powered off. Duh. It wouldn't print or copy either it if it powered off. I tried to contact HP support. They only offered Chat or Tweet. After the usual five minute delays between each question and having to repeat everything I wrote, because the bot or person simply puts "I understand that you ..., is that correct?" 30 minutes went by with nothing to show for it. I said that I need to speak with a person. The agent gave me a phone number which told me to go back to the web site. Eventually, after many attempts, I finally got through to a support person who said that there is no way to make the printer power down using the built-in features, if there is a phone line attached. That did it. I returned the printer to Amazon.HP's support, as bad as it was, since the spin-off, is now even worse, and their products, as bad as they were, are now abysmally poor quality. I feel lucky to have such a bad experience right away, so that I could get my money back. The two "premium" laptops I bought from HP both had hinges break right after the warranty expired. I doubt that I will ever buy anything from HP again.1I would not recommend buying this printer if you intend to print 11x17 ...I just returned the second one I had ordered. Neither printer would print color 11x17 with enough quality suitable for presentation of architectural plan sets. Printed with stripes every inch across rendered view from Revit design software. I discussed with HP and they had no solution. I've gone back to using my older HP OfficeJet 7610 for 11 x 17 and an 8600 for 8.5 x 11. So much for trying to replace 2 printers with 1.I am really disappointing in HP on the 7740. I would not recommend buying this printer if you intend to print 11x17 rendered views from Revit.1Smart Printer Smart Purchase Great Price.Will update review later. Just set up and used a couple of days. Wow. This is a smart functional tool. I say buy it and buy insurance. This is a performance tool of the future. It has its own email address. You attach a document and email it, the printer wakes up and prints the doc in seconds. You could be in China using your phone or Kindle to send the email. The scanning features are top notch. You can ask Alexa to send an email. There is a lot of functionality for a small price. Setup takes less than 20 minutes. You don't have to know how to set it up. The printer knows how to set its self up. Hewlett Packard has a 3 year plan for 50 bucks. They really do sent you a new next day printer if your printer breaks.5Spent over $125 for HP ink cartridges that can stop HP printing function at anytime and they did this often.Despite using a setting to print black & white only this HP printer model is designed to mix in a color anyway. Printer cartridges have a chip that can prevent the HP 7740 from printing. When the cartridge chips decide it is time to buy more cartridges I couldn't print a thing. I owned this HP printer for only six months and nearly spent the price of the printer for cartridge replacements because the printer wouldn't work without all colors newly installed. I can still hear ink splashing around in the so called empty cartridges but had to buy more to keep the printer operating.I have replaced this HP ink jet printer with a laser printer that is not an HP brand. Based on my low home use level and the absence of printer controlling chips, I expect to work uninterrupted. Too bad, I was a long term HP product user.111" x 17" Printing, Copying, and Scanning at an Affordable PriceAn affordable home based business printer capable of printing, copying, and scanning 11"x17" black & white as well as color documents. The only thing so far is it would be nice to be able to scan 11"x17" documents using the ADF (automatic document feeder). This unit limits ADF to maximum size of 8 1/2" x 14" document size. However, the copier surface of the printer provides for copying and scanning up to 11"x17" documents, a page at a time. Otherwise great prints, very easy set up, was printing, scanning, and faxing within just a few minutes after unboxing the unit. Mobile printing was a breeze using iPhone, iPad, and Android smartphone and tablets. Another really nice feature is this printer has two (2) paper trays. Tray 1: 3 x 5 to 11.7 x 17 in; Tray 2: 8.5 x 11 to 11.7 x 17 in. NOTE - PRODUCT DESCRIPTION ERROR: The product description for this printer on Amazon states to use 932 and 933 print cartridges. The unit comes with 952 and 953 print cartridges and HP's website states to use 952 and 953 print cartridges. So when you buy extra print cartridges be sure to buy the 952 and 953. I recommend the 952XL and 953XL for extended printing (the XL print cartridges are larger than the regular 952 and 953 cartridges and hold more ink).5"Printer Offline" Is Usually NOT a Problem With the PRINTERI'm (re)writing this review in the hope that it may help some of the folks out there who have struggled with the "Printer is offline" error message in Windows without much success. One post I ran across in an online support group said he had tried three different 7740 units and all gave the same error message and that HP tech support was useless. I'm sure that's probably true. I struggled with the same issue after a new wireless installation and it came close to driving me nuts. I seriously thought about sending the printer back, but the fact that the online poster had tried three different units gave me pause. The likelihood of three identical machines all being hardware defective in the same exact way is pretty darn small.If you're lucky, the problem may be as simple as unchecking the "Use printer offline" box. Go to "Control Panel," "Devices and Printers," right click the HP 7740, click "See what's printing," then click "Printers" at the top of the next window and uncheck "Use Printer Offline." But if you're unlucky, like I was, "Use Printer Offline" won't be checked anyway. Don't panic. While I offer no guarantees that what I've written below will help and take no responsibility for any damage you may do to your setup trying to follow my advice, it may again be helpful for some people's situations, even for folks with a different printer.Let s think about what Printer Offline really means. As many have said it doesn t mean the printer is off or won t print a test page from the control screen. What it means is that Windows can t find it.There are at least two possible reasons for this. One is that you have a driver conflict with a different printer. You may not even think you have another printer installed, but because of how Windows operates you may.Another cause may be that Windows can t find your printer where it thinks it should be because of how your router is assigning your printer s wireless (IP) address. I suspect this is an even more common problem but has a fairly straightforward though involved solution.The LEAST likely cause is a hardware defect. As the example above shows, the likelihood that three identical units are all defective in the same way is practically nil. It is almost always a problem with Windows finding the printer, that is to say, software communication issues, not with the printer itself.OK apologies for the length of this in advance.In the case of a driver conflict which I had, unbeknownst to me I found the conflict when I right clicked on "Printer Properties" in "Devices and Printers (in Control Panel)," and then clicked the "Ports" tab. There to my surprise was an HP driver installed for the HP Envy, even though I'd never had the Envy connected to this computer. (It was left over from cloning the boot drive from another OS.) The 7740 was listed as the default printer, but the Envy driver had the TCP/IP port and was online. The Envy seemed to be confusing the OS into thinking that the Envy should be online and the 7740 shouldn't be.The immediate solution there was to delete ALL the printer drivers (including the 7740) from the machine. (You can't delete MS XPS or Adobe PDF but that's OK.) You can try just deleting every printer listed in "Devices and Printers" by right clicking them and choosing "Remove Device," but you may need to use an uninstall program or go into the Windows Registry - which is NOT for novices. (Basically DON'T if you don't know exactly what you're doing and aren't prepared to reinstall your whole OS. Fair warning!) Deleting drivers isn't always easy, but again, the error message is probably not caused by a problem with the 7740 hardware itself. As other sites describe, I then manually reset the 7740 unit by unplugging it while it was still powered on, waiting 60 seconds, and plugging it in again. It powered on automatically.Once I did that, I reinstalled the 7740 drivers MANUALLY in "Devices and Printers" using the "Add Printer" button. (It's usually the best way to do a wireless printer install anyway.) The OS found the 7740 using the TCP/IP port (the TCP/IP connection - always best), and it all worked fine for a time.That s when I discovered the second likely cause for the Printer Offline error message. Even though I no longer had driver conflicts, Windows still often lost track of the wireless address (the IP address) of the 7740. Why would Windows do that? Let me explain.Modern routers assign IP addresses to any device that connects to your wireless network automatically by a protocol called DCHP. Before DCHP, routers assigned addresses the way you get a social security number: each person gets her own unique number and no one else has it. Good enough. But because there can be so many devices connected to a home network, and also because as devices turn off and on they disconnect from and then reconnect to the network, DCHP will REUSE addresses from a disconnected device for a NEW device that connects (or an old device that reconnects), even if a device that reconnects had a different address before. Or it may get an entirely new address. Whatever. This means that when your printer goes to sleep to save energy and thus disconnects from the network, when you go to wake it up to print something later, the DCHP router will give it a DIFFERENT IP address from the one it first had, but Windows, bless it, will still try to find the printer at its old IP address. And if it can t, which it often can t, Windows will conclude that your printer is offline and refuse your new print job. It s the equivalent of the Post Office Moved. No Forwarding Address. (DCHP is fine for most devices but for whatever reason doesn t play well with many printers.)Again, this isn t the printer s fault, though it is to some degree the manufacturer s fault, since they don t tell you how hard it can be to make a solid wifi connection for a printer to a network. Just put your install CD in your CD drive and Yeah no.So how to fix? Well it can be intense but it s been working for me for several days now, fingers crossed.First, go to your router s admin program. It will have an address like 192.168.0.1 (Read the router manual.) Type the address into your browser (the periods are important). You ll need the userid and password for the router, something like admin admin1 depending on model. Check the manual.Go into your router IP address settings maybe on a tab like "LAN settings" (manual will show). This tab will show the router s starting IP address setting the numerically lowest address the router will assign to a device and the highest IP address setting the highest numerical address a router will assign. These will typically be something like 192.168.0.2 and 192.168.0.255. See photo.Change the last three digits for the highest setting to any lower number for simplicity s sake say 250.Apply the change. Leave the router admin window open for now.Go to your printer s settings screen on the 7740 and locate the printer IP address, again something like 192.168.0.xxx. Type that into a new window in your browser too.You ll then get the 7740 internal settings screen in your browser window. Go to Networking, Wireless, and IPv4 addresses. Deselect Automatic IP or DCHP and select Manual IP. In the actual address space type in the first three segments of the numerical sequence you typed above, and then 251 (or 252 or 3 or 4) for the last segment. See photo. Hit Apply/Save. Also, on the Network tab choose Network Protocols. Check IPV4 Only and Apply. Ok. A few more steps. Go back to your router window to the LAN settings page. If you re lucky, your router will have a setting that lets you MANUALLY assign an IP address to a device. See photo. (Can t help you here if you re not.) Get your MAC address for your printer from the printer settings General Summary page. See photo. Type that address into the New Device or whatever space on your router manual assignment page. The IP address should come up automatically. See photo. Exit your router setup.Go back to your 7740 settings. Go to Network Advanced Settings Microsoft Web Services. Uncheck everything. See photo.Go back to HP 7740 in Devices and Printers and delete it by right clicking Remove device. Next go to Add Printer on the Devices and Printer page on the upper bar, and choose Add network printer. The wizard will search and should find the 7740 at the IP address you just assigned it, 192.168.0.251 or you can enter it manually. (Remember, use the first three segments that your printer settings panel says, not this example.)Go with Use the current driver or you may need to select the manufacturer and then the specific printer. No worries.When you get to Print Test Page, click it. Your page should print, your printer now has a PERMANENT IP address so Windows should never lose track of it again and thus should never say it is Offline. The reason this is so involved is why printer manufacturers don t want to tell you to do all this to install a wifi printer. And in many cases they don t need to. But in other cases they do.This is also called setting a static IP address. There are simpler procedures on the web but they didn t work for me. Howtogeek.com and linerarthoughts.co.uk are the main sources if you run into difficulties. Again, when so many people are having the same problem it usually isn t the hardware. Hope this helps. Please comment if you find mistakes. Best of luck!5very poor print quality on 11x17 printsAs others have said, very poor print quality on 11x17 prints. I have been sent two replacement print heads and an entirely new printer, all with the same lines across the page every inch. HP just wants to keep replacing the print heads claiming "the new one won't have any issues..." Clearly there is a design or firmware flaw with this model, which is really unusual for HP.Update: My second warranty replacement printer has arrived with the exact same printing issues...1Poor photo quality outputI have had a series of HP printers as of late. All wide-format. AIO printers. A 7510 - that died. A replacement 7612 - that died soon after the warranty expired. And this 7740 that I just installed...after considerable difficulty. Mind you, I've been around computers since the early '80s and have built/installed wired and wireless networks. Don't know why HP makes things so bloody difficult.First off, Amazon was great. Ordered Monday, here Wednesday AM. And the rest of the day was spent getting the fool thing to work. The installation disc failed. The downloaded install wizard failed. Tech support never answered, though a 'chat' with support did get things going.Secondly, photo quality is a huge - and I mean HUGE - step backwards. HP printers used to be well-known for photo quality output, but this one has obvious and annoying banding in each image, even when using HP-branded glossy photo paper. Text quality is fine and fast, but comparing current photos to those printed on earlier HP printers, they ain't in the same ballpark - or state for that matter. HP has seen a big drop in product QC as of late - which is all too evident in photo quality. I could have bought a Brother or Epson for half as much to get photo quality this bad.Unfortunately, this is one of the few printers that met my requirements: wide format, with full size, 11x17 scanning/copying/reducing. The 7720 has wide format printing, but only 8.5 wide scanning.I've had HP products for decades. An HP 4P laser printer from 1990 still works great, but this will be my last HP product.1
HP OfficeJet Pro 7740 Wide Format All-in-One Printer with Wireless Printing, Amazon Dash Replenishment ready (G5J38A)

HP OfficeJet Pro 7740 Wide Format All-in-One Printer with Wireless Printing, Amazon Dash Replenishment ready (G5J38A)

4.0
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