"If you are still looking for an inkjet printer that is cheap yet powerful, then you need to consider the HP DeskWriter (1st version). It has the speed and the quality printouts that you are looking for, and it will ensure that you will always get the best for your business. The only disadvantage with using this printer is that you will be spending more for the HP inks, which could be disadvantageous for some users. The support of the HP DeskWriter (1st version) with different media types such as labels, plain paper, legal paper, cards, envelopes, transparency film and photo paper made it a top favorite for some people. Aside from this, the compability with Windows and Mac also made it a great choice for a lot of people. It also supports different memory cards, allowing you to print on demand and increase the productivity of your business. When it comes to the maximum print resolution, the HP (1st version) also does an impressive job. It has a maximum resolution of 1200 dpi for black and 4800x1200 dpi for color. It can also produce as much as 30 black pages and 24 color pages per minute, ensuring that you will be able to create high quality documents using the HP DeskWriter (1st version) without sacrificing your productivity. If you are going to use the HP DeskWriter (1st version), you need to have the HP 74XL CB336WN Black and HP 75XL CB338WN Color. These HP inks are a bit more expensive compared to its competitors, which made the HP C4342 less of a choice for people who are running on a limited budget. However, if you are going to use HP inks, you can also be assured that you will get the best prints possible. To sum it all up, the HP DeskWriter (1st version) may not have all the features that will tempt you to purchase it. But if you are going to consider the â€œrealâ€ need of your business, we can say that it can still deliver your demand with ease. The only real problem with it is that you will be spending more for the HP inks, which could be disadvantageous for a lot of people."
Cartridges For HP DeskWriter (1st Version):
This is a Black cartridge.