HP Deskjet 2545 Printer Review

HP Deskjet Ink Advantage 2545 AllinOne Wireless Printer

The HP Deskjet 2544 costs less than 70 pounds – pretty little for a multifunction device. Is there a catch or is the HP just cheap?

The HP Deskjet 2544 is more for occasional users – this is noticeable in the rather spartan features: no fax, no zoom when copying and a rather small paper tray for a maximum of 50 sheets.

Functions Copy,Print,Scan
Printing Output Color
Type Multi-function
Model Name 2545
Part Number A9U23B#ACJ
Printing Method Inkjet
Additional Features Print Resolutions: Draft Mode Resolution – 300 x 300 dpi, Normal Mode Resolution – 600 x 300 dpi, Plain-best Mode Resolution – 600 x 600 dpi, Photo-best Mode Resolution – 600 x 600 dpi, Max DPI Mode Resolution – 1200 x 1200 dpi

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HP DeskJet Ink Advantage 2545 

The inexpensive Deskjet 2544 printed really fast and in decent quality. There are smears in the equipment: No fax, no zoom copying and a fairly small paper tray - there are just 50 sheets of pure.

53£

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Fast in color printing

The inexpensive Deskjet 2545 printed in color really fast and in high quality. It took just one minute to take a 10×15 cm standard photo, not only a bit faster than the HP Officejet Pro 6830, but also about three times faster than the Brother DCP-J4120DW. On black and white pages, the Deskjet 2544 it did not go to work that fast; it printed a simple page of text in eight seconds.

Heavy device

Printing is done with the Deskjet 2544 via WLAN or USB, the installation worked good in the test but only if the multifunction printer via USB cable was connected to the PC. Once set up, the Deskjet 2544 runs wirelessly and can also be used with a tablet or smartphone. HP has plenty of apps here, including HP ePrint for Apple and Android.

Cheaper in color printing, but not cheap in black and white printing

The rule of thumb “cheap printer, high ink costs” applies to the Deskjet 2544 only conditionally: With the larger XL cartridges cost one color page 12 cents, a standard-sized photo 10×15 centimeters 14 cents – that’s cheap. Black and white prints, however, were significantly more expensive than the competition: even with the cheaper XL cartridges, the page cost almost 5 cents, with the standard cartridges even 7 cents.

Scan

Optical scanning resolution 1200 x 1200 dpi

Handling

Input tray capacity 50 pages
Media types supported Paper, Envelopes, Cards
Media size supported A4, A5, A6, B5

Connectivity

USB support USB 2.0
Wireless Support Yes, 802.11b/g/n

Print

Max Print Resolution (Colour) 1200 x 1200 dpi
Duplex Print No

Sales Package

In The Box Power Cord, Printer, Consumables

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