|Multi Pack Indicator:
||Does Not Contain a Battery
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|Product in Inches (L x W x H):
||16.0 x 16.81 x 9.8
- Copier Settings: Black: Up to 4.5 cpm, Color: Up to 2.5 cpm
- Scan Settings: Optical: Up to 1200 dpi; Hardware: 1200 x 2400 dpi
- Paper & Media Compatibility: 60-sheet input tray, 25-sheet output tray
- Media Types: Paper (brochure, inkjet, plain), photo paper, envelopes, labels, cards (greeting), transparencies
- Compatible Operating Systems: Microsoft Windows 7, Windows Vista, Windows XP (SP2) or higher (32-bit only), Mac OS X v. 10.5 or v. 10.6
- FREE Bonus software TunePlus 3.0
- HP 61 Black and Tri-color cartridges
- User's Guide and Installation CD-ROMs
- Power supply and power cord
- Reusable tote
Support & Warranty
- 1-year limited hardware warranty; 1-year technical phone support
Print, scan and copy everyday documents with this compact and reliable HP DeskJet 1050 All-In-One Printer. Stylish and affordable, the DeskJet can be shared by many computers across a network so that you can access it even from a remote location. It delivers neat, high-quality printouts both in black and in color. Also, the printer helps you to copy documents or pictures in quick time and comes with replacement ink cartridges for future use. Ideal for home use, the HP printer produces up to 600 dpi output in black and delivers up to 4800 x 1200 dpi when it comes to color printing. The wireless printer is easy to set up and is equipped with intuitive controls for simple handling. Compatible with most of the popular operating systems, the HP 1050 integrates a 60-sheet input tray and a 25-sheet output tray. The borderless photo printer handles multiple media types like labels, cards and envelopes with aplomb.
Enjoy great value with this affordable all-in-one with ultra low price inks.
- Print, scan and copy everyday documents quickly and easily.
- Get a great value on home printing. This all-in-one uses ultra low cost Original HP inks to deliver reliable performance and quality.
- Start right away with quick and easy installation, and print within a few seconds.
Count on dependable, affordable performance.
- HP Deskjet—celebrating more than 20 years as the world’s top-selling printer brand.1
- Get peace of mind with the one-year limited warranty plus HP Total Care advice and support.
- Rely on this all-in-one to perform—even in extreme conditions. HP Deskjet products have been designed and tested to perform reliably in hot, humid or dusty environments without the need for extra attention.
Reduce energy consumption and conserve resources.
- Save energy with an ENERGY STAR® qualified all-in-one.
- Easily recycle HP Deskjet packaging—this product is shipped in 99% recyclable or reusable packaging.2
- Get free and easy recycling—cartridges returned through HP Planet Partners3 are recycled responsibly.
19 of 21 people found the following review helpful
I bought this printer in Jan. 2011 and it was broken 3 months later. It got a paper jam one day and never fed paper into the printer properly after that. It pulls to one side each time you try to print and then jams. It felt very flimsy from the first day I got it, so I guess I didn't expect it to last for years...thought it would last longer than 3 months though. Ink cartridges run dry very fast too. They are very small and feel light compared with my last HP printer's cartridges (which I'
ve had for over 8 years by the way, and the printer still works). I have to say the scanner worked well for me and made great copies while it lasted. I wouldn't buy this printer again.
13 of 15 people found the following review helpful
My Epson printer died on me in the middle of a project. So I pulled out my old Brother all-in-one printer but the ink head was messed up. Tried cleaning it, no luck there. So I started to research some printers and found this printer at first on Amazon and then located one for sale at Target for $40 bucks. Mine did come with a usb cable and the printer surprisingly included XL cartridges. I have a Windows XP System and the s/w loaded perfectly. Now I was finally able to get my project fini
shed. The print quality is very good considering it only has 4 colors. And I'm done spending money on expensive printers. The Epson printer would still be working if the printer ROM hadn't said the printer was at end of life. I paid a lot of money for that printer and just because I printed a lot of documents on it I was penalized by Epson. I tried to reset the counter on the darn thing but nothing would work. I will never ever buy another Epson again. As far as the Brother All-In-One was concerned the print head became dirty and there is no way to get in there to manually clean the thing. So no more Brother printers for me. HP on the other hand has always been a great reliable printer for me. I should have never given away my HP to a friend of mine when I got my Epson to print photo quality prints. But hey for $40 bucks I'm happy to be able to print and scan with this thing. I have read some reviews complaining about the reliability of this printer but what the heck, if it should break within 90 days Target will replace it and if it should fail within a year HP will replace it. Not so bad. And if it should last me for more than a year and fail that's ok too. Printing for $40 bucks a year on a printer that uses cartridges that can be refilled is awesome. So now I'm back with HP and I think I'm going to stick with them from now on.
7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
I bought mine at walmart online for $34 + s/h costs for a total of $41 in early January this year and i thought i was getting a deal but it was NOT a deal. I barely even used my printer on a regular basis yet in just 2 months, the paper would jam and the plastic mechanism rollers that were supposed to roll the paper into the printer wouldn't even work. The printer didn't come with a cable to connect it to the computer. For anyone who's gotten this machine or any other electronics and can't ret
urn it back to the store because it's past the 30-day return policy, there's usually a 1-year manufacturer warranty. As long as you bought it new from an authorized retailer like the big box stores and filled out the registration for it in the beginning with HP (or you've still got receipts to prove you bought it within a year), just call up their tech support at HP and in the end, they'll have to replace it free of charge which is what happened when I called them. They were really nice and sent me an upgraded version. (I did the same years before with a Canon scanner that dumped out on me and the manufacturer gladly replaced it free of charge, and the quality was MUCH better than the one I originally bought.)