HP 750c Printer Review
With a large-format design and a weight of nearly 132 pounds, the HP DesignJet 750c is a heavy duty inkjet printer ideal for the workplace. The unit's assortment of connective options includes parallel and serial interfaces, as well as an ethernet base that conveniently provides networking capabilities. Using black HP 750c ink, users can print text documents at an approximate rate of 1.5 minutes per page. With a sharp printer ink resolution of 600x600 dpi, the device produces professional-looking text for every project.
Using color DesignJet 750c ink, graphics and presentations print with a resolution of 300x300 dpi. Graphics take a little longer to print than text, turning out at a rate of only around 4 minutes per page. The straight-through media path accepts media like plain paper and imaging film. Due to the machine's large size, users can print on paper with a maximum size of 33.1x46.8 inches. Accepted media sizes include Roll A2, A3, A4 and A1.
The printer's HP 750c ink cartridge system includes 4 individual consumables of black, cyan, magenta and yellow printer ink. The magenta, yellow and cyan DesignJet 750c ink cartridges have the ability to print up to 1,100 pages before expiring. Black HP 750c ink has a maximum capacity of 830 sheets. Its relatively high yielding ink can help small business print impressive projects at inexpensive rates.
The 750c comes with technology like HP's JetAmin Utility software, drivers and utilities. It has an installed RAM of 8 MB that can be upgraded to a maximum of 72 MB to fit users with demanding output rates. The use of impressive inkjet technology allows users to print sheets and rolls of graphics. The HP DesignJet 750c comes with advanced software, fast networking and high capacity supplies that make it great for offices looking to increase productivity.