Photosmart Plus e-All-in-One Printer - B210a
HP Plus e-All-in-One Printer - B210a Ink Photosmart Plus e-All-in-One Printer - B210a Ink Cartridges
HP Plus e-All-in-One Printer - B210a ink cartridges and supplies. Guaranteed quality, discount-pricing, and same-day shipping!
Compatible HP Models:
Plus e-All-in-One Printer - B210a
For an all-in-one printer that can copy, scan, print and fax, check out the Plus e-All-in-One B210a. With speeds of up to 32 pages per minute, most buyers will be happy with how fast the unit operates, and generally it should print the first page out in about 16 seconds. With a monthly duty cycle of 1,250 pages, it clearly won't work well in an office setting, but home users should be pleased with what it has to offer.
To operate the unit, four HP B210a ink tanks must be used. The colors of printer ink used are cyan, magenta, yellow and black. There are two versions of each offered—high capacity and low capacity. The high capacity HP B210a ink will last buyers 750 pages for color and 800 pages for black-and-white. The standard capacity color and black ink will last 300 pages and 250 pages, respectively.
All around, customers seem to be fans of the B210a. As far as quality of printed documents goes, it is praised over and over again, and most also love how even fax documents look sharp and professional. Users tend to rate it highly due to its ease of operation and use, but there are some complaints when it comes to paper jams. Another thing that users applaud is the fact that such a compact unit can meet so many home office needs. Where complaints lie is in the HP B210a ink cartridges. Buyers think the printer ink expires much too quickly due the unit's high Plus e-All-in-One B210a ink consumption rates.
For those who are worried about printer ink consumption or cost per page, remanufactured HP B210a ink cartridges are available from third party vendors. These cost only a fraction of the OEM price, while still delivering the same high quality results. If buyers use Plus e-All-in-One B210a ink, there's no reason they can't stay within budget.