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Installing Deskjet F2280 ink cartridges see 1 answer
Hi, my Deskjet F2280 is out of ink. Before I buy a new cartridge I need to know how to insert it? Thank you.
Unfortunately, we are unable to advise on installation. You should be able to find out how to install you cartridge through your Deskjet F2280 printer manual. Please see: http://h10025.www1.hp.com/ewfrf/wc/manualCategory?cc=uk&lc=en&dlc=en&document=&product=3390947Answered by Jessica Hoque (Staff Member) - almost 2 years ago
Buying the Deskjet F2280 printer see 1 answer
I am in Kenya and I want the machine HP F2280. Can I buy one?
Unfortunately, we do not sell printers and are unable to advise where you can purchase this printer from. It might be worth contacting HP directly to find a supplier local to yourself.Answered by Vicky Lush (Staff Member) - over 1 year ago
Deskjet F2280 printer manual see 1 answer
Where can I obtain the manual for this item?
You should be able to download the Deskjet F2280 manual from the foilowing page on HP's website:Answered by Paul Miller (Staff Member) - over 1 year ago
Correct colour ink for HP F2280 see 1 answer
I own a HP Deskjet F2280 All-in-One and I am seeking to replace the colour ink cartridge. However, I have been unable to locate an identical product. Would you please advise me of the identification of the most appropriate replacement? Thank you, F. J. Pyne (Ms)
The Deskjet F2280 takes either the tri-colour HP 22 ink cartridge (C9352AE) or the high capacity tri-colour HP 22XL colour ink cartridge (C9352CE).Answered by Daniel Zieba (Staff Member) - about 1 year ago
Ink Cartridges see 1 answer
I want to print photos on my HP deskjet H2280. I have two questions. The black cartridge is finished and the colour cartridge low. A).What is the best/ cheapest option for photos? Can the HP58 be used alone? B).What is the cheapest option for renewal of the black/ colour cartridges?
The cheapest option is to buy the Compatible Black & Tri-Colour HP 21 & HP 22 Ink Cartridge Multipack which is here:
To get the best quality photos from your machine you should consider using a photo colour cartridge (this replaces the black cartridge) alongside the tri colour cartridge.
The photo colour cartridge is here:
The tri colour cartridge is here:Answered by Daniel Zieba (Staff Member) - 11 months ago
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HP Deskjet F2280 Printer Review
Expert review of the HP Deskjet F2280 printer 26 April, 2011
An entry-level multifunction printer, the F2280 from HP is a one-stop-shop, designed for users looking for an affordable and easy to use all-in-one printer. Whether youíre photocopying books, scanning old holiday photos or printing documents, the F2280 is here to help. HP printers are renowned for their reliability and the F2880 is no exception, it is built to last and will definitely withstand the test of time.
The HP F2280 inkjet printer could be described as minimalistic - with its plain white and grey case Ė others would just call it plain boring. HP has really cut costs in the design department for this one. Disappointingly, the F2280 lacks a display screen opting instead for a handful of control buttons that control the copier and some warning lights just in case youíre running low on ink. The plus side to having the bare minimum is that the F2280 is small and compact, making it ideal if you have limited space in your home study or bedroom.
All-in-one printers often get bad press with critics claiming companies simply throw on the scanner with little thought for quality. Fortunately this isnít the case with the HP F2280 inkjet printer. The flatbed scanner produces great results Ė images and documents look clear with no signs of quality deterioration. Print quality is equally impressive with text documents looking sharp, regardless of font size. Unfortunately, colour graphics and photographs didnít fare so well, with images suffering from contrast issues and fading.
One of the F2280ís biggest downfalls is print speed, expect around 6ppm for standard text documents and 4ppm for colour. Photo printing is even slower with a 10cmx15cm print taking over one and half minutes. And it isnít just the printer thatís slow, the scanner and copier also suffer from the same problem. HP have also overlooked network functionality- it would have been nice to see a memory card reader or Wi-Fi added to the printer, setting it aside from some of the other low-end all-in-ones.