HP A3 Printers For Small Business Owners

HP is one of the world’s leading manufacturers of printers and other consumer electronic products. HP A3 printers are used by most entrepreneurs and small business owners because of the features, ease of use and reliability.

A3 printers are capable of printing in A3 size and can be purchased in models like inkjet, photo or laser printers. Inkjet printers are meant for use by people who require a large number of printouts such as colored brochures and advertising material. Inkjet printers like the HP F380 offer the most basic functions such as one tray, no LED display but some higher end models offer wireless connectivity too. Inkjets start as low as $80 and go up from there.

HP A3 printers are small in size such as the Office jet 7000. It includes USB ports and an Ethernet connection. There is a single tray that accommodates 100 pages. The printer does not include features like memory card slots or photo finish but the printer is intended for business use and none of these features is really required for the standard computer user.

The HP A3 printer quality is quite sharp and is considered to be at par with laser printers.   A quality A3 photo print costs around 30 cents.  Most printers come with introductory ink cartridges which have a small quantity of ink that can run dry after printing five to ten pages. On an average, the full cartridges can print 200 to 300 pages.

Since most A3 printers are beginner level printers, they do not offer features like document scaling or high quality prints. When replacing the ink cartridges, make sure you buy original HP ink cartridges. Quite like fake Rolexes or fake Nikes, fake cartridges are common. They can permanently damage your printer so a little caution is necessary.

HP A3 printer cartridges can be purchased from the HP website or through other online stores.

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