Big surprises come in small Packard printers

posted July 14, 2018 at 10:10 pm
by  Manila Standard and Jordan Thomas Pimentel
Whether it’s for small businesses, schoolwork or a newsroom, Hewlett-Packard’s (HP) Ink Tank Wireless 415 All-in-one printer deserves to be in every office everywhere.

The HP Ink Tank Wireless 415 printer deserves to be in every office everywhere.
With a high-capacity ink tank system, the HP Ink Tank Wireless 415 can print up to 8,000 pages with a set of HP color bottles or up to 6,000 pages with an HP black ink bottle at an extremely low cost-per-page, surely essential for folks looking to cut down on personal expenditures and extremely worth getting one for people with a printing business. 

Quality prints are definitely assured with darker and crisper texts and fade-resistant photos in the most efficient time possible with printing speeds up to 19ppm (draft, A4); up to 8ppm (ISO) for Black and up to 15ppm (draft, A4); and up to 5ppm (ISO) for colored.

Create borderless brochures, flyers, and other documents that look ideal for all kinds of office-related work. 

Guaranteed no frilly spills due to an easily refillable ink tank system with spill-free resealable bottles. No one, not even Lady Macbeth, has to worry about irremovable spots and stains on tabletops we all dreaded before. A plus factor is that the ink tanks are stylishly transparent which allows one to print with confidence.

It has a flatbed scanner that has a scan speed of 21 seconds and scans in JPEG, TIFF, PDF, BMP, and PNG formats. It’s also equipped with a copier that has a copy resolution of up to 600 x 300 dpi on colored graphics and black texts.

The HP Ink Tank Wireless 415 is the very definition of mobile printing as one can virtually print anywhere as it could be connected from one’s laptops, desktops, mobile phones, or tablets wireless and without a network. Easily print on the go wherever, whenever and order replacement ink directly via the HP Smart App. Everything a printer can do and more!

The HP Ink Tank Wireless 415 requires a Windows 7 or better for PC users and macOS Sierra v10.12 or better for Mac.

App Turns Your Phone Into A Remote For Your HP Printers

With the HP Smart App (formerly known as HP All-In-One Printer Remote), one can set up, print, share, and manage their HP Printer on their mobile phones. Share documents and images through email, text messages, and popular cloud and social media services (such as iCloud, Google Drive, Dropbox, and Facebook). 

Key Features:

• Create high-quality JPEGs and PDFs of your images and documents—either with the scanner on your printer (if available) or the camera on your mobile device using this app’s intelligent mobile scanning feature (including automatic deskewing, image enhancements, and unwanted background cropping).

• Use this app to automatically detect if you can print using your phone, and then set up your mobile device for printing images, PDF documents, and more with HP Print Service Plug-In.

• Print images and PDF documents, using HP printers on your Wi-Fi network or connected using Wi-Fi Direct.

• Share your images and documents through email, cloud storage services (including Dropbox, Box, Evernote, and Google Drive), and social media sites (like Facebook and Instagram).

• Set up new HP printers and help get your existing HP printers connected to your Wi-Fi network.

• Easily check your supplies status and order supplies for your printer while also receiving special promotions from HP.

• Get help and tips for solving problems you might have using your printer.

• Change printer settings and perform maintenance tasks.

Supported Printers:

HP printers from 2010 or later, including many HP DeskJet, HP Envy, HP OfficeJet, HP OfficeJet Pro All-in-Ones—as well as many HP Designjets, PageWide, and HP LaserJet MFPs. Both printers on local Wi-Fi network and printers that are set to Wi-Fi Direct or HP wireless direct printing mode are supported.

Topics: Hewlett-Packard , Ink Tank Wireless 415 , All-in-one printer , HP Smart App
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