Hp Deskjet 3758 All-in-One Printer Specification
” Hp Deskjet 3758 Printer Specification ” Printing TechnologyInk-jet – color, Monthly Duty Cycle (max) 1000 pages, Office Machine FeaturesScan to folder, HP Auto Wireless Connect, Mobile Printing, Display Features7 segment LCD display with icons, Recommended Monthly Volume50 – 200 pages, Manufacturer HP.
- Max Printing Resolution. Up to 1200 x 1200 dpi (mono) / up to 4800 x 1200 dpi (color)
- Max Printing Speed. Up to 19 ppm (mono) / up to 15 ppm (color)
- Max Resolution B/W 1200x 1200 dpi
- Max Resolution Color 4800 x 1200 dpi
- Printer Drivers / Emulations Pcl 3 Gui
- Max Printing Speed B/W (ppm) 19 ppm
- Max Printing Speed Color (ppm) 15 ppm
- Ink Cartridge Configuration.
HP praised the All-in-One Deskjet 3758 ($69.99) Printer as the world’s smallest all-in-one (AIO) home printer. It’s definitely small, and uniquely styled. Unlike the All-in-One Mobile HP OfficeJet 250 Mobile Business-oriented Printer, our AIO Portable Editor’s Choice, 3758 is geared towards consumers, especially millennials, who want to print photos from mobile devices. Slow speeds and sparse features that are set restrict functionality to a lightweight task only, but should be performed well to the desired role.
The 3755 measures 5.6 times 15.9 by 7 inches (HWD) when closed, 10.4 times 15.9 times 17.8 inches with an extended tray, and weighs 5.1 kilograms. This is comparable to the Epson Expression Home XP-430 Small-in-One, which measures 5.4 times 15.4 times 11.8 inches — more than 4 inches deeper than 3755.
The 3755 is available in seven colors, each of the two-tone mixture combined with white. Our test Unit is Electric Blue; Other colors available in North America include seaweed, Dragonfly Blue, Sporty Purple, Cardinal Red, Stone, and Poppy Pink.
Good for photos
Based on our tests, the overall text quality is the average for inkjet, with the average text quality, sub-par image, and photo quality above par. For the four standard fonts in our testing suite, it’s better than usual to Inkjet, while it has problems with three more exotic fonts in the suite. As long as you keep using commonly used fonts, you should be fine.
With the chart, we see a moderate cross-section, a vague pattern of scratches, in some illustrations, and some background looking somewhat stained, suffering from uneven ink distribution. It’s okay to print your own images, but it’s not really suitable for printing documents such as PowerPoint handouts that are meant to be distributed to others.