|New HP Photosmart Premium C309G All-In-One Inkjet Printer CD055A Duplex Wireless|
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|Used HP Photosmart Premium C309G All-In-One Inkjet Printer|
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|Now, you can print, copy or scan with just a push of a button, on the HP Photosmart Premium C309G printer. The digital image processing by the copier of this HP Inkjet printer ensures efficient picture imagery. The Twain-compliant software interface for the scanner of this HP all-in-one printer ensures error-free image capture. Get crisp and clear prints with the 9600 dpi resolution of this HP Inkjet printer. You can transfer digital media files instantly, using the rear Hi-Speed USB interface and use the PictBridge port of this HP all-in-one printer to access media files stored in external memory devices. The HP Photosmart Premium C309G printer, with an Energy Star rating, offers you an efficient device that’s high on performance and low on power consumption.|
|Model||Photosmart Premium C309G|
|UPC||884420986706, 884420986874, 884962820834|
|Printer Type||All-In-One Printer|
|Family Line||HP PhotoSmart|
|Black print speed up to||33 ppm|
|Max Resolution (BW)||600 x 600 dpi|
|Color print speed up to||32 ppm|
|Max Resolution (Color)||9600 x 2400 dpi|
|Extend Printer Technology||Thermal Inkjet|
|Interface||Bluetooth, PictBridge, USB 2.0, Wireless|
|Memory Card Compatibility||Memory Stick|
|Direct Printing Capabilities||Print Photos Without a PC|
|Media Type||Photos, Text|
|Max Media Size||8.5" x 11.7"|
|Media Capacity||125 Pages|
|Networking Type||Network Adapter, Wireless Network Adapter|
|Data Link Protocol||Bluetooth, Ethernet, Hi-Speed USB|
Average review score based on 45 user reviews
of customers recommend this product
My last HP photo-quality printer was purchased in 98 & still working pretty well so, needless to say, my expectations are high. So far I am very pleased. I have not done a lot of photographic printing yet but what I have done is up to the standards I expect from HP, and reason #1 for investing in a new printer. Reason #2 was to have wireless access when I telecommute with work laptop, both for printing & scanning. Setup was relatively easy (I'm not a techie but fairly comfortable with new equip setup), wireless printing & document scanning is quicker than I expected (a techie coworker had told me there was no such thing as wireless scanning but this unit's bluetooth option makes that possible), and I love the freedom of not being tethered to printer. I also like the idea of separate ink cartridges, so I don't have to replace all at once if unneeded. My last HP printer was duplex and that was a requirement for my new printer. Saves a lot of paper. A couple tips: 1. When you do photo testing during setup it defaults to 4x6 tray which frustrated me a bit since I couldn't seem to change at that point. After you leave setup you can go to pc control panel and set up print defaults (just go to printers, right click on printer icon, and select printing preferences). I also save ink by keeping my default printing on 'fast draft', greyscale, & duplex. 2. The printer shoots out photos with such force it sends them right to the floor (my last HP didn't). This is a problem with damp ink and shedding dogs, so don't walk away when printing photos unless you have a safe place for them to land! 3. Make sure the printer is in a very stable location. Perhaps due to increased weight, the freestanding table my old printer was on allowed too much vibration with this one, which will affect your print quality. I needed a sturdier table.
I've always liked and bought HP Branded printers, and this purchase was along those lines. It was new, but open box. All the original accesories were there, everything looked great...until I hooked it up!! I immediately began getting false 'paper jam' and 'carriage jam' errors. I hadn't run any paper through it, and the carriage moved freely! I went online and read up on the HP troubleshooting solutions, but had no luck. I then tried a few online forums and quickly realized that this was NOT a unique problem to this particular printer.I tried the various methods submitted by readers who claimed that their method(s) worked,but still I had no sucess.Then I called HP and it was all downhill from there! After hurdling a minor (English) barrier, and finally getting the voice on the other end to determine what my problem was, I was transferred over to another person, who offered a few perfunctory solutions and then came the 'soft sell'. If I were to 'subscribe' to an extended warranty service, someone would be sent out (to my home), or I could drop it off at an authorized repair facility!!? It was absolutely frustrating, the irony is I've never had to deal on this level with HP, because their other products, (I have an HP digital camera and an older printer) have always worked well! But in the end I guess maybe I am a glutton for pain, I've got my eye on this cute black All-in-One, a C309N to be exact! Oh well!
set up was easier than i expected - used the downloads from hp instead of the cd....no problems there! printer found my internet in a flash! prints beautifully - all the reviews about noise - makes no more noise than my last lexmark which i had for many years....so far i have only good things to say about this printer and the quality of the photos and documents. Connecting to Snapfish was simple and easy. Printing from the cell phone via bluetooth was also easy. I give this product an A+++!!
I bought this printer so my wife could connect to it wirelessly with her laptop and also because she does dog rescue group flyers & brochures so the automatic two-sided printing was a must. It was pretty easy to get the wireless connection to work (Windows 7) and the test photo was so good I had to look at it up close under bright light to try to find any pixelation...there wasn't any! Don't know how long ink will last, too soon to tell as this was a xmas present. Cool touch screen control panel makes things easy. Scanner seems to work perfectly. I would recommend this printer.
This machine prints very well, when it prints. I have had numerous and continued problems with the wireless feature. I have lost track of how many times I've reloaded printer software on my Dell laptop in attempt to stabilize HP C309 wireless print function. One day it seems to work fine, and the next is "what now?". I am not alone. Check the internet for user comments on this printer. I finally turned off most of the software features and have some success. HP loads services that continually use Internet bandwidth to check for updates. They are ALWAYS running,and slow everything else down and difficult to turn off. Strip down printer software, turn off anything HP automatic update and your wireless may be acceptable. But why bother? So many good printers out there without the C309-g wireless headaches. If you want excellent wireless performance, steer clear of this one.