HP Deskjet 1000 Inkjet Printer Review
The HP Deskjet 1000 costs just $30, which gets you a printer that is adequate for basic tasks, but not much more.
The HP Deskjet 1000 represents the bottom of the range in HP's Deskjet lineup, costing just $30. So, what kind of printer do you get for the same price as a couple of pizzas? The answer is a printer that is adequate for basic tasks, but has only lackluster color, speed and little flexibility.
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- Setup and Software
- Print Speed
- Color Performance
- Detail Performance
- Inks And Media
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