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HP Officejet Pro 8000 Printer
Get professional results while saving energy with the high-performance, network-ready HP Pro 8000 Printer. And you'll save money, too: this printer not only has a 50% lower cost per page compared with lasers, it uses 50% less energy. The eco-minded Pro 8000 printer is ENERGY STAR qualified, and you can save in other ways also. Print only what you need by selecting and organizing from multiple Web pages, then printing what you see with HP Smart Web Printing; save money and print professional color documents for up to 50% less per page than with laser printers. You will increase ink savings by replacing the individual cartridges only when needed, and can reduce paper use and costs by up to half with the two-sided printing.

Beyond that, the Pro 8000 is fast and productive. It prints at speeds up to 35ppm black, 34ppm color, and you can get laser-quality output, at speeds up to those of laser printers, with up to 15ppm black, 11ppm color. Plus you can share with a group and use resources efficiently with the embedded wired Ethernet networking.
  • Printer
  • Print technology: HP thermal inkjet
  • Print technology resolution: HP Officejet Inks, HP advanced paper with colorLok technology, Scalable printing technology
  • Print resolution: black: up to 1200x1200dpi; color: up to 4800x1200dpi
  • Print speed: laser quality speed black: up to 15ppm; laser quality speed color: up to 11ppm; maximum print speeds of 35ppm black, 34ppm color
  • Printing capabilities: borderless print capability: yes (up to 8-1/2" x 11")
  • Ink type: pigment-based
  • Print languages standard: HP PCL 3 GUI, HP PCL 3 enhanced
  • Network capabilities: built-in Ethernet
  • Wireless capability: optional, enabled with purchase of a hardware accessory
  • Control panel: 4 front-panel control buttons (cancel, power, resume, network), 9 LEDs (4 for ink cartridge, 2 for printhead, 1 for network, 1 for resume, 1 for power)
  • Standard connectivity: 1 USB 2.0, 1 Ethernet
  • Media types: paper (brochure, inkjet, plain), photo, envelopes, cards (index), transparencies
  • Media sizes supported: letter; legal; statement; executive; 3" x 5"; 4x6; 5x7; 5" x 8"; 4" x 10"; 4" x 11"; 4" x 12"; 8x10; envelopes (No. 10, Monarch, DL)
  • Media weight supported: Tray 1: 16-28lb (plain media), 16-66lb (special media), up to 110lb index (cards); Recommended: 20-24lb
  • Paper handling: Input: 250-sheet input tray, duplex printing standard, optional second 250-sheet input tray, up to 55 sheets 4x6 photos, up to 55 cards, up to 20 envelopes, up to 500 sheets media input capacity; output: 150-sheet output tray, up to 60 sheets transparencies, up to 60 cards, up to 15 envelopes, up to 150 sheets media output capacity
  • Memory: 32MB
  • Processor speed: 384MHz
  • Duty cycle (monthly, letter): up to 15,000 pages
  • Operating systems (Compatible): Windows 2000 (SP4), Windows XP Home (SP1) and Professional (SP1) (32 and 64-bit), Windows XP Professional x64 (SP1), Windows Vista, Mac OS X v 10.4.11, Mac OS X v 10.5
  • Power: external universal power supply: External 64W; input voltage: 100 to 240 VAC (+/- 10%), 50/60Hz; power consumption: 48W, 0.32W (230 V), 0.22W (115 V) off, 25W active, 3W powersave, 3.3W standby
  • Size: 19.5"L x 18.86"W x 7.09"H
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HP Officejet Pro 8000 Printer
 
3.9

(based on 16 reviews)

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81%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Most Liked Positive Review

 

A terrific printer for Home/Home office

I have two devices that I would connect to this printer: A HP Win 7 notebook and a HP Win XP PC. I love the fact that Win 7 does all of the work...Read complete review

I have two devices that I would connect to this printer: A HP Win 7 notebook and a HP Win XP PC. I love the fact that Win 7 does all of the work for you as far as installing drivers. I connected this device to my network driver and the Win 7 notebook found it instantly. The Win XP PC required me to use the CD to install the drivers. As long as I unchecked the Auto find for PnP, I was fine. It then asked me for the source, I pointed to the CD/DVD drive and it did the rest. The functionality for both devices was the same, including dual side printing. The speed is not great but acceptable. I have had this device since 1/19/2010 and have had no problems. HP has a lock on easy to use, quality devices. I would recommend this printer to anyone. The bonus is that with separate ink cartridges you only need to replace what is necessary, not all of them. I am replacing a HP PhotoSmart 8050 and with wireless capability and the price that I paid through Amazon Marketplace, I consider this to be an all-around bargain. Buy it and you will not regret the purchase.

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HP Officejet Pro 8000 Wireless Printer

This printer prints very good - when it prints. I especially enjoy its two-sided printing ability. I use it wired Ethernet to my desktop and wireless to my laptop. It has a powerful...Read complete review

This printer prints very good - when it prints. I especially enjoy its two-sided printing ability. I use it wired Ethernet to my desktop and wireless to my laptop. It has a powerful feed mechanism that caused it to strip its own gears during a misfeed/jam. Signs of damage were the small white gear teeth in the paper tray that looked like grains of rice. The replacement/refurb was good for about three months until it began having paper feed issues. It seems to decide what documents it will even ATTEMPT to feed and which ones it will not. The printer has a feed mechanism that is normally stowed up out of the way while in standby to facilitate loading paper media. The upon print activation, the mechanism is supposed to lower down atop the paper and pull the top sheet into the printer. 50% of the time this mechanism does not come down at all, but all of the other paper feed functions are whirring away doing their thing ready to accept paper that isn't coming. Another annoying issue is the printer keeps losing IP from my router. Start up and network sync are also difficult to initiate. Now that I know the trick, it takes three pushes of the power button to begin initialization and networking up.

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1.0

Very Disappointed

By Kennie

from Undisclosed

Comments about HP Officejet Pro 8000 Printer:

While very pleased with unit for 12 months, it quit working the 13th month. (Note: Warranty is for 12 months). It states I have a paper jam, and there is ZERO paper in unit. I have removed both front and rear trays, reinserted ink units, checked all cables, downloaded HP drivers, and NOTHING works. Apparently a part is broken somewhere in unit. Thankfully the AMEX credit card provides extended warranty, and they are reimbursing me original cost. Not happy but looking for another HP unit so can use large supply of ink units recently purchased.

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

A Great Printer

By KSonde

from Lincoln, NE

Comments about HP Officejet Pro 8000 Printer:

I've owned several HP printers over the years and this is one of the best of them. I use it via the wireless connection from my laptop and the USB connection from my desktop. It makes very good photo prints although not as good as a dedicated photo printer. If all you print are 4 x 6 inch snapshots, look no further. I like the separate ink cartridges and would recommend buying the larger XL size refills, especially in black. I really have nothing negative to say about this printer. I works as advertised and I would highly recommend it.

 
1.0

DON'T BUY THIS PRINTER!!

By DeeA

from Southern New Jersey

Comments about HP Officejet Pro 8000 Printer:

This printer is extremely slow and wastes paper. It was advertised as being faster than a laser printer. It doesn't hold a network connection and wastes paper and ink. Everytime you turn the printer on or cancel a print job, it prints 4 pages of diagnostics. It also continuously jams, shreds the paper and/or prints crooked despite the fact that the only paper we use is HP Inkjet Paper purchased directly from HP. I do not recommend this printer and I will never buy another HP printer based on my experience with this printer.

 
4.0

Extremely Slow Starter

By geezer

from SW Washington

Comments about HP Officejet Pro 8000 Printer:

We have two Officejet printers, the Officejet Pro 8000 Wireless and the Officejet 6000 Wireless. The print output of both is excellent in either text or graphics. Once they finally start to print, the output is reasonably quick. Both our Officejet printers are hooked up directly to individual computers. Both have the same characteristic of extremely slow initialization/print start. This process takes so long that it causes wonder if the printer received the document even though the print manager indicates that the document is printing. If for some reason printing needs to be aborted the printer then initiates a diagnostic printout which cannot be stopped without turning off the power to the printer. When power is turned on again the printer again goes through the lengthy, time consuming process of initialization. Unlike printers from several other manufacturers, these HP printers will not print if it is determined that a color ink cartridge is empty even though the print project is text only and color is not required. Rather than resuming the project from the point of stoppage (also unlike printers from several other manufacturers) the printer aborts the print job. This, of course, results in another lengthy initiation process. I downloaded and installed the most recent drivers hoping that some of these issues would have been corrected. They were not. The driver package also included unnecessary "features". In spite of these shortcomings I would recommend either of these printers because of the excellent print quality.

 
5.0

8000 Wireless Printer

By BillInTen

from Tennessee

Comments about HP Officejet Pro 8000 Printer:

I purchased this printer about 2 months ago and have found it to be another good HP product. The wireless was easy to set up by following the CD directions. I had it up and running in 10-15 minutes and haven't had any problem with it. I like its sleep feature and it is amazingly fast coming out of sleep to print. This printer is FAST and the print quality is excellent. Now for the cons: Duplex printing is slow because there is a pause between printing the front page and the back page of several seconds. I had an old HP Photosmart printer that was a lot smoother/faster. It is pretty noisy. It bangs and clanks and I attribute this to its speed. I use it at home so the noise is not a major issue but I think it could be in a crowded office environment. OVERALL: I gave it high ratings because I think the pros are more important than the cons. It produces high quality print and I think it's a very good product for the money. I would certainly buy it again.

 
4.0

Problems with Windows 7

By Tom57

from Undisclosed

Comments about HP Officejet Pro 8000 Printer:

I have a HP Windows7 (Home Premium) laptop and a Toshiba Windows7 (Starter) Netbook. I experienced problems Installing the wireless printer on both of them. I eventually got the HP laptop working with the printer with the excellent support of the HP Support Staff - I never got the printer to work with the Toshiba Netbook. I also have 2 HP VISTA (Home Premium) desktops which the printer was installed on effortlessly. This printer works great once it is installed, but the installation is rather lengthy compared to USB printers I have installed previously. I really like the two sided printing and the convenience of putting the printer where I need it without having to extend an Ethernet cable. The print quality is excellent and once it starts printing it prints quickly, but there is a delay waking up the printer...

 
4.0

Watch your warranty!

By ReggieA

from Nashville, TN

Comments about HP Officejet Pro 8000 Printer:

My first unit worked well for nearly a year -- experienced a mechanical (jam) problem in the 12th month of the warranty. The replacement was a refurb unit that gave me trouble this week. I can't say enough good things about HPs after the sale support. I had trouble making the first unit wireless, and they worked for hours to help me solve that problem. When I experienced problems, HP very quickly shipped a refurb unit. With the current problem, HP's trouble-shooting procedure led the techs I was working with to offer two new printheads and four new cartridges. I asked for the case to be escalated since it is statistically nearly impossible for four cartridges to become empty between uses, and their status window showed the printheads to be in good condition, even while we were on the phone. The HP case manager agreed with my logic and offered a new unit. I expressed doubts about refurb and about the reliability of the design, and he offered a brand new unit. This is a complex piece of equipment. My last HP lasted more than ten years and never gave me a bit of trouble. I was hoping for a similar experience, and I guess I still am -- but I'm going to keep my eye on the warranty!

 
3.0

My 8000 wireless

By flash70

from Undisclosed

Comments about HP Officejet Pro 8000 Printer:

My 8000 prints nicely EXCEPT for all the clicking and clacking it does when I boot up the computer and also when I ask it to print. And it doesn't seem all that fast to me when it prints black and white. I love the wireless feature and the double-sided printing comes in handy. Unfortunately I thought this was a psc device so was pretty disappointed when I received from my online order a printer only, but now that it is working well enough I will keep it. The wireless works perfectly with my Windows 7 computers but could not get it to work with the computer with XP on it... somewhat disappointing in that regard.

(6 of 6 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Best Wireless Printer

By JRAy

from Beaumont, TX

Comments about HP Officejet Pro 8000 Printer:

I purchased the HP Pro 8000 so I could print from my Ipod and Ipad. The software set up the printer to be a part of my wifi network at home with no assistance from me. The laptops were easy to set up by making it the default printer. Then came the Ipod and Ipad. Much to my surprise both recognized the Pro 8000. It is great to be able to print anywhere in the house. The best is being able to print color pictures. The software was so easy along with the out put from the laptops and the Ipad and Ipod look like a hard wired printer.

(6 of 6 customers found this review helpful)

 
3.0

HP Officejet Pro 8000 Wireless Printer

By roscoe3336

from Little Rock, AR

Comments about HP Officejet Pro 8000 Printer:

This printer prints very good - when it prints. I especially enjoy its two-sided printing ability. I use it wired Ethernet to my desktop and wireless to my laptop. It has a powerful feed mechanism that caused it to strip its own gears during a misfeed/jam. Signs of damage were the small white gear teeth in the paper tray that looked like grains of rice. The replacement/refurb was good for about three months until it began having paper feed issues. It seems to decide what documents it will even ATTEMPT to feed and which ones it will not. The printer has a feed mechanism that is normally stowed up out of the way while in standby to facilitate loading paper media. The upon print activation, the mechanism is supposed to lower down atop the paper and pull the top sheet into the printer. 50% of the time this mechanism does not come down at all, but all of the other paper feed functions are whirring away doing their thing ready to accept paper that isn't coming. Another annoying issue is the printer keeps losing IP from my router. Start up and network sync are also difficult to initiate. Now that I know the trick, it takes three pushes of the power button to begin initialization and networking up.

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