HP Deskjet 920c - Printer - color - ink-jet - Legal, A4 - 600 dpi x 600 dpi - up to 9 ppm (mono) / up to 7.5 ppm (color) - capacity: 100 sheets - Parallel, USB
The versatile HP DeskJet 920C can handle your demanding projects. Enjoy true-to-life printing with great results from plain papers, photo papers, transparencies and more. Print beautiful photos and color graphics with up to 2400 x 1200 dpi color. The … see full wiki
I've had this printer for nearly 8 years. Although it's an antiquated model, it's still very functional.
Pros ---- - Prints near photo lab quality prints. (Features HP's PhotoRET III, HP's technology for photo printing.)
- The 1200 x 2400 dpi resolution isn't too shabby even by today's standards.
- Grayscale and color printing is quite good but the printing of black text blew me away. Black text is sharp and heavy-weighted and almost indistinguishable from that produced by a laser printer.
- Quiet operation. This printer is perfect for those late night printings.
- "Generic" or "re-manufactured" ink cartridges are available and these cost a small fraction of the price of OEM HP cartridges. (The reliability of of non-OEM cartridges is a little iffy, however)
Cons ---- - Double-sided printing not automated. You have to manually re-feed the paper back into the printer.
- Expensive ink cartridges.
- A little slow printing photos. (It took about 6 minutes to print my 8" by 10" portrait at the highest quality).
- Borderless printing not supported.
Conclusion ---------- The quality of the printing for documents and photos is really quite good. It's not the speediest printer on the market, but it's perfectly adequate for light duty printing. The major downside, which may be a deal-breaker, is that the printer does not support borderless printing. If you're only doing document printing, the HP Deskjet 920c will fit the bill.
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