HP Deskjet 1050A All-in-One Printer (Print, Scan, Copy)

September 11, 2013 - Comment

Product Features Low energy: Sleep mode is comparable with powering a clock radio Recycle or reuse 99% of this packaging – including a reusable bag Do it all – print, scan and copy at home with this affordable, easy-to-use all-in-one Compact, space-saving design and attractive styling mean it can be used in any room Get

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Product Features

  • Low energy: Sleep mode is comparable with powering a clock radio
  • Recycle or reuse 99% of this packaging – including a reusable bag
  • Do it all – print, scan and copy at home with this affordable, easy-to-use all-in-one
  • Compact, space-saving design and attractive styling mean it can be used in any room
  • Get high-quality results whatever you print or copy – ideal for everyday documents

Comments

TroZe says:

Deskjet 1050A AIO Review Great printer.Cheap, simple and does the job – don’t expect anything complex/advanced for the price you’re paying.- Feeds from top (no inline feed below).- Scanner- Copier- Cheap InkComes with power cable, both a black and colour cartridge to get you going and various documentation.But remember THIS PRINTER DOES NOT COME WITH A USB CABLE.But remember THIS PRINTER DOES NOT COME WITH A USB CABLE.But remember THIS PRINTER DOES NOT COME WITH A USB CABLE.I didn’t realise (after ordering a new one in a hurry, as my old one died on me) and when it came, I noticed that the USB cable isn’t included so I had to purchase a new one off Amazon.>>> was perfect for the job, not too long, not too short of a cable, very cheap and free delivery.

Adeline04 "adeline0411" says:

Perfect if you don’t want to print or scan I bought this printer about 4 months ago, as my Epson Stylus finally died on me after years of printing. I didn’t want to spend any huge amount on a printer, so I opted for the HP1050 All-in-one. Since then, I’ve spent roughly £80 a month on ink cartridges – it uses up colour ink after just 8-12 pages. But even more frustrating than that, is that if one colour runs out, the whole printer stops functioning, as the colour cartridge is 3-in-1. So if you use up all the yellow, you still can’t print in another colour (except Black & White) until you’ve replaced the cartridge.Each time you install a new ink cartridge, it prints a test page that you have to scan in to set the alignment – doing this every 10 pages is infuriating. Especially if you forget that it will print the test page (I use higher gsm paper for some of my printing – neglecting to swap that for normal gsm paper when it prints the test page equates to wasted expensive paper) Also – scanning in for alignment is…

Primrose Hill says:

I have been loyal to HP printers for many years, but this model is a big disappointment Yes, it’s inexpensive-feeling and cheap-looking, very heavy on ink costs, does not include the appropriate cable, etc. — these are downsides that a savvy shopper can find out before purchasing.However, when I was shopping for a new printer, I read a lot of reviews about this model and I didn’t see the problem that mine suffers from described before I bought it. (On help forums, I’ve since seen a few mentions of other people having my exact problem, with no solution to it. So mine isn’t the only one.)My 1050 scanned one time only, but after that, the scanning simply would not work. Because it worked once, I know it *should* work. I have Vista, which it’s supposed to be totally compatible with. I spent 8 hours trying to figure the scanning problem out — searching internet discussion forums, searching the HP site, searching the manual, tinkering with the cords, uninstalling and reinstalling the software for the printer (5 times; both via the included disk and…

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