HP Officejet Impresora multifuncional HP Officejet Pro 8600 Plus con conexión web - Impresora multifunción (De inyección de tinta, Copiar, fax, Imprimir, Escanear, Copiar, Imprimir, 35 ppm, 35 ppm, 14 s)
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- Alcance de temperatura operativa: 15 - 32 °C
- All-In-One Multitarea
- Capacidad de salida estándar: 150 hojas
- Copiar aumentar/disminuir: 25 - 400 %
- Copiar, Imprimir
- Copiar, fax, Imprimir, Escanear
- Escaner color
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Descripción del producto
Imprima color de calidad profesional con un 50% menos de coste por página que las impresoras láser con esta mejora de la productividad multifuncional con conexión web.1 Imprima utilizando la gran pantalla táctil con gestos, a través de su red inalámbrica o en movimiento con HP ePrint.2,3
Imprima documentos en color de calidad profesional y hasta un 50% menos de coste por página comparado con las láser.1
• Cree documentos profesionales en color con hasta 50% menos de coste por página que con otras impresoras competidoras.1
Mantenga su productividad desde cualquier lugar virtual con las redes inalámbricas y la impresión móvil.2,3
• Descubra la libertad de la impresora ePrint de HP - ahora puede imprimir desde cualquier lugar virtualmente .3
Consiga hacer más con una gama de herramientas para la mejora de la eficiencia empresarial.
• Aumente su productividad con la impresión, el escaneo y la copia automáticas a dos caras y el alimentador de documentos automático de 50 páginas.
1 La mayoría de las impresoras multifuncionales láser en color de menos de 400 € sin IVA, marzo de 2011. Para obtener más información: www.hp.com/eur/ojfacts. Rendimiento de OJ Pro según ISO con cartuchos de la más alta calidad basados en impresión continua; visite www.hp.com/go/learnaboutsupplies.
2 El rendimiento de la conexión inalámbrica depende del entorno físico y de la distancia al punto de acceso. Funciones inalámbricas compatibles solamente con routers de 2,4 GHz.
3 Requiere una conexión a Internet para la impresora. Realice trabajos con cualquier dispositivo con conexión a Internet y capacidad de correo electrónico. Los tiempos de impresión pueden variar. Para obtener una lista de documentos compatibles y tipos de imagen, consulte www.hp.com/go/eprintcenter.
Alcance de temperatura operativa: 15 - 32 °C
All-In-One Multitarea: Y
Capacidad de entrada estándar: 250 hojas
Capacidad de salida estándar: 150 hojas
Características de red: Fast Ethernet
Ciclo de trabajo (máximo): 25000 páginas por mes
Consumo energético: 34 W
Copiar aumentar/disminuir: 25 - 400 %
Dimensiones (Ancho x Profundidad x Altura): 494 x 412 x 315 mm
Escaner color: Y
Ethernet connexión: Y
Fax a color: Y
Frecuencia de entrada: 50/60 Hz
Funciones de color todo-en-uno: Copiar, Imprimir
Funciones dúplex: Imprimir
Funciones, todo en uno: Copiar, fax, Imprimir, Escanear
ISO tamaño de serie A (A0...A9): A4, A5, A6
ISO tamaño de serie B (B0...B9): B5
ISO tamaño de serie C (C0...C9): C5, C6
Identificador de llamadas: N
Impresión directa: Y
Interfaz estándar: Ethernet, USB 2.0
Memoria de fax: 100 páginas
Memoria interna: 128 MB
Memoria interna, máximo: 128 MB
Número de cartuchos de impresión: 4
Pantalla táctil: Y
Peso: 12.65 kg
Preparado para red: Y
Profundidad de entrada de color: 24 Bit
Resolución máxima: 4800 x 1200 DPI
Resolución máxima de copia: 1200 x 600 DPI
Resolución óptica de escaner: 4800 х 4800 DPI
Sistemas operativos compatibles: Microsoft Windows 7, Windows Vista, Windows XP (SP3)
Mac OS X v 10.5 or v 10.6
Tamaño de pantalla en diagonal: 109.2 mm (4.3 ")
Tamaño de series JIS B (B0...B9): B5
Tamaño de sobres: DL
Tamaño máximo de impresión: A4 / Letter (216 x 297 mm)
Tarjeta de lectura integrada: Y
Tarjetas de memoria compatibles: MMC, MMC Mobile (RS-MMC)
Tecnología de conectividad: Con conexión de cable
Tecnología de impresión: De inyección de tinta
Tiempo, primera página (color): 14 s
Tipo de fuente de alimentación: AC
Tipos de bandeja estándar: Papel normal
Velocidad de copia (calidad normal, color, A4): 35 cpm
Velocidad de impresión (color, calidad normal, A4/US Letter): 35 ppm
Velocidad de impresión (negro, calidad normal, A4/US Letter): 35 ppm
Velocidad de módem: 33.6 Kbit/s
Velocidad de reloj: 360 MHz
Voltaje de entrada: 100 a 240 V
WLAN, conexión: N
Área máxima de escaneo: 216 x 356 mm
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My journey of buying a multi-function printer started with purchasing an HP Officejet Pro 8500 all-in-one. This was a top-rated machine, and I was excited when it arrived. Unfortunately, the particular 8500 that we received, although easy to setup, jammed constantly. After a week of jamming headaches, I headed online to Amazon to arrange for a return. When considering a replacement, I saw that the 8600 series OfficeJet printers had arrived, so I needed to consider them as well. At only about $25 more than I had paid for the 8500, I took the plunge.
The first decision with the 8600 was which of the three models to order. The basic model was quite attractively priced, and has features similar to the Plus and Pro models. The Plus model's big advantage (in our case) was the larger display. Other features separating it from the basic model are the larger automatic document feeder (50 vs 35 sheets) and a slightly faster print speed (20 vs 18 ppm black and 16 vs 13 ppm color, according to the HP website.) Had we upgraded to the "Premium" model, we could have added an additional 250-sheet paper tray. The Premium model might be appropriate for a small workgroup which does does lots of printing, but in our case, would be extreme overkill based on our printing volumes -- one ream of paper can last us many months!
Display: This printer went to my mother-in-law's house - and she's not the most tech-savvy consumer. We chose the "Plus" model because of the larger display - and it was a great choice! The display is great - large, bright, and intuitive. My mother-in-law has no problem completing most tasks and following the very good on-screen video instructions.
Configuration: The printer was easy to configure without even connecting to a computer using the on-screen display to connect to the wi-fi network. In all, it probably took about 10-15 minutes, most of which was allowing the printer to complete its self-configuration checks and print head alignment. The software was easy to install on the computer, and the computer was able to discover the printer on the network almost instantly using the drivers on the included CD-ROM.
Printing: Print quality is quite good and very fast -- the last time I purchased an inkjet printer was about 7 years ago, and the one this one replaced was 8 years old. Speed has come a long way in that time!
Copying: Again, this was quite simple. I especially like the easy on-screen options for dealing with two-sided originals and copies, allowing for all duplexing options without any additional fuss or difficulty.
Faxing: Also a straightforward operation, there were a few points worthy of comment. First, the fax self-configuration was great, and I appreciated the self-check during the setup process so that sending a "test fax" to someone was not necessary. Also, it worked fine with the AT&T U-Verse digital phone service -- not all fax devices play well with digital phone services, so this was very nice. My mother-in-law also commented about how she appreciated that you can enter the destination fax number before inserting the document to be faxed into the feeder - a nice feature as the destination fax number is usually at the top of the front page, which is often hidden by the document feeder once inserted.
Scanning: The network scanning was quite easy, and worked seamlessly - something not true of all network scan devices. My previous experience had been that devices scanning over the network have some usability problems, and that they work best when connected directly to the computer. No issues here, however - it worked great right out of the box with no physical connection to the computer.
Driver: The included drivers on the CD-ROM worked just fine, as well as those downloaded from the HP website. My one small complaint is that when auto-discovering the printer using Windows 7, Windows fails to install a usable driver. The user must first go to the HP website, download an appropriate driver, then install the driver directly. These extra steps were time-consuming and annoying - but not enough for me to deduct a star.
Ink: The ink cartridges were very easy to insert and replace. I particularly appreciate that they are simple units and don't have the tape-covered electrical contacts common on the older generation of cartridges which could sometimes come off during installation.
Overall: I give this printer a strong recommendation, and 5 stars. You may need to decide which model is best for you -- depending on pricing, the larger display of the "Plus" model might not be worthwhile, and the price of the basic model is quite attractive. For us and our given user, the larger display was key and worth the extra cost. I'd buy one again!
Hewlett Packard upped the ante with this All-n-One (AIO) unit by including wireless and giving the HP Officejet Pro 8600 Plus Inkjet Printer an e-mail address (@hpeprint.com address) from which one can print from any computer, iPad--or other mobile device--via a technology called "HP e-Print." One can also print wirelessly to an Apple mobile device like an iPad, iPod Touch, iPhone etc. via Apple Air Print.
Make no mistake the "HP Officejet Pro 8600 Plus" is a hefty printer checking in a 21 pounds. And while the unit does not require a two-man lift, it will require some finesse to get it out of the box and onto a flat surface. One unboxed it took me a little less than 15 minutes to completely assemble the printer including the duplexer unit. Thankfully the power supply is built-in, so no heavy power brick to find a place for.
Before connecting the HP Officejet Pro 8600 Plus network via Ethernet (RJ-45), or Wireless the decision must be made to utilize one or the other communications medium, but not both. USB can be utilized with either configuration. Since I wanted my iPad to "speak" to the printer and print I installed the HP Officejet Pro 8600 Plus utilizing wireless and USB and I can print either way as well as utilize the scanner to print-to-computer. Wireless set-up was effortless using DHCP; all I needed to know was the network WPA2 passcode.
Wireless Printing & e-Print
One of the selling points of the HP Officejet Pro 8600 Plus e-AIO is of course the ability of the iPad to print to the device either wirelessly (Air Print) or via e-Print. I am happy to report that both work!
As I stated above Apple IOS version 4.2 shipped with Air Print, which allows the iPad to wirelessly "talk" to Air Print enabled printers like the HP Officejet Pro 8600 Plus. Once the printer was set up on the wireless network I could see the printer on the iPad from Air Print enabled applications like Safari, select the printer and print. G that was it, no setup needed on the iPad.
HP's e-Print also works like a charm, most of the time. With e-Print the HP Officejet Pro 8600 Plus is assigned a customizable e-mail address to which one can forward e-mail's to be printed from iPad, iMac, iPod, or PC as long as the printer is connected to the Internet. This feature works reasonably well; it is supposed to be able to print attachments, but this is a hit or miss proposition; i.e. sometimes it works, sometime not, sometimes it print half a page. However, overall, I am pleased with e-print.
My HP Officejet Pro 8600 Plus is connected primarily to an Apple iMac 2.7GHz machine with 4GB RAM, 1TB hard drive running OS X Lion Version 10.7.2. Out of the box the software disc will not work with Lion 10.7.2, so I had to download a software update from Apple and another from HP, but both worked seamlessly and I was able to get up and running with full functionality (including scan-to-computer) in under 15 minutes. And I have to say for the record I like the iMac interface for the printer better than the Windows 7 interface.
Pretty straight forward; the software installation process installed a full set of print drivers which in turn give you complete control over the printing process, including two-sided printing. The HP Officejet Pro 8600 Plus can also print from inserted USB flash drives and or MMC/SD Media cards.
The HP Officejet Pro 8600 Plus offers up both a 50-sheet ADF and flatbed scanner for use. Initialing the scanning process can be accomplished from the included software, inserting a page(s) into the ADF, or the units control panel. Once an item is placed into the ADF or on the flatbed scanner glass surface, you can push the Scan button on the front panel, at which time you choose where to scan to: Computer, USB Flash Drive, or Memory Card. Once a destination is chosen, you can then chose to scan to file (.PDF is an option), e-mail, or photo.
This process, like printing is pretty straight forward; both color and black & white copies can be made, up to 99 at a time. Because there is a duplexer installed two-sided copies can be made in a number of different configurations, including 1-side original/ 1-side copy; 1-side original/ 2-side copy; 2-side original/ 1-side copy; 2-side original/ 2-side copy. Copies can also be enlarged up to 144%, or reduced down to 25% of original.
Working with Photos
As stated above, the HP Officejet Pro 8600 Plus will accept input from a number of commercially available portable memory storage devices, slots for which are located on the left hand side of the printer underneath the cartridge insertion flip down panel. Simply insert the memory card and the photos it contains are displayed on the small 4.6" touch-screen color display on the right hand side of the unit.
Overall I like the HP Officejet Pro 8600 Plus e-AIO, because it works seamlessly with my iMac and I can print to it from my iPad. The design is a little austere; there are no buttons to push because everything is controlled from the color (touch screen) display panel, which might prove problematic if it ever decides not to work. But, there is always the control set on the computer, so...
The built-in wired Ethernet capability, coupled with USB and wireless make the HP Officejet Pro 8600 Plus e-AIO Inkjet Printer a versatile, flexible unit that is ideal for a small home office setting and well as workgroup setting. If you or your small workgroup need a scanner/ copier/ printer/ fax, and need to print from your iPad--or other mobile device--in some form or fashion the HP Officejet Pro 8600 Plus should be given serious consideration.
I don't recommend buying this product, unless you purchase a majorly extended warranty.