HP Officejet 6815e All-in-One Printer with Ink
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I have owned one of these printers for several months. It has worked for me as advertised. I use it primarily as a scanner and then as a backup printer. It is an amazing piece of machinery for a low price. I paid around $100 for it when it was on sale at Best Buy.
(When scanning, can you feed it multiple pages of a document or do you have to scan each page by itself?) -EDIT- Found out it has an ADF (automatic document feeder) that takes up to 35 pages at a time.
And is it possible to save a document directly as a searchable PDF?
Are the ink cartridges included full cartridges or starter cartridges? It just says “new” which could be either. If they are full cartridges it is an especially great deal.
It comes with “setup” cartridges. Apparently they are required for all new printers.
What are SETUP ink cartridges?
SETUP ink cartridges are used only to set up a new HP printer or printhead and supply ink for the first series of your print jobs. They are specially designed to initialize a printer and calibrate ink levels. Unlike replacement ink cartridges, SETUP ink cartridges cannot be purchased from retailers and are available only in the box with a new printer or with some replacement printhead kits. When a SETUP ink cartridge is depleted, purchase and use a normal ink cartridge that matches your printer model to continue printing.
Does this do automatic Duplex printing or do you have to manully flip the pages?
Does the scanner do automatic two-sided scanning or do you need to manually invert each page?
What is the model number?
Thanks! I would assume they have ink comparable to starter cartridge rather be than a regular cart.
It’s the 6815e. Product page is linked above.
Thanks for confirming the usability! Do you know if it can upload scans directly to Google Docs? Or directly to a phone? I assume this is doable.
Duplex printing is automatic.
The scanner does not flip the pages. You’ll need to scan twice and juggle the image files.
This printer uses four separate (CMYK) ink carts (HP 935), which can be gotten as generic refills. ($15 for a set of 4, on eBay.)
Has Ethernet port - you can plug it into your router, which beats the sketchy Wi-Fi connectivity.
Check with HP to see if they have Win10 drivers.
works with win 10? Will respond throughout the house on wifi? how much are replacement ink?
Any chance you looked at the ad, the model number is there…
Geez, nobody wants to do any leg work…are you familiar with Google?
I am not. can you link that website for me?
The HP product page linked above has the latest drives including one for Windows 10.
We have this or something that looks identical to this.
It works wonderfully with my wife’s computer and is the third all-in-one to refuse to work with my ThinkPad. The duplexing works fine. First print job takes a while to get out of the gate.
If you only print sporadically, you should probably try to find a printer that uses the traditional “cartridge” with ink and printhead. We have had cartridges actually dry out because we don’t print enough (while the ink monitor thinks there is plenty of ink left to use).