HP Deskjet 500 Ink Cartridges
The following 1 products are guaranteed to work in your HP Deskjet 500 printer:
1 products are guaranteed to work in your printer:
1 products are guaranteed to work in your HP Deskjet 500 printer:
Black ink cartridges
HP Deskjet 500
Compatible HP 26 High Capacity Black Printer Cartridge - (51626AE)
Pack of 1 cartridges 1 pack |
2.5p per page
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What ink does the HP Deskjet 500 use?
The HP Deskjet 500 uses Cartridge Save 26 ink cartridges. Cartridge Save 26 ink comes in black; the black cartridge prints 795 pages.
HP Deskjet 500 Printer Review
Expert review of the HP Deskjet 500 printer
An old model from HP, the HP Deskjet 500 is a monochrome inkjet printer that offers basic printing functions. It is built for light to heavy home use, offering a monthly duty cycle of up to 1000 impressions. This personal printer is a good fit for homes. Those who need a more versatile colour printer should go for newer models that offer faster speeds and higher print resolutions. The HP Deskjet 500 inkjet printer is only suitable for users with minimal monochrome printing needs.
The HP Deskjet 500 printer is quite a bulky model, measuring 17.2x7.8x14.8 inches. It weighs a whopping 14.3 pounds which is almost equivalent to lightweight multifunctions. The HP Deskjet 500 uses parallel port, and does not offer USB or wireless connectivity. The paper tray can hold a minimal quantity of paper, and has to be manually fed as the unit does not have an automatic feeder.
Users are satisfied with the quality of text prints that they get from the HP Deskjet 500 black and white inkjet printer. However, photo prints can be quite grainy, even when using quality glossy paper. The Deskjet 500 is inexpensive to run and has been popular with home users who don't require colour printing for many years now.
In addition to being a monochrome printer, the HP Deskjet 500 can be quite bulky for a single function printer, plus, it does not offer many connection options. Print resolutions are low at 300x300 dpi, and users find manually feeding paper into the machine quite annoying and counter productive. With top prints speeds of just 3 ppm, the Deskjet 500 printer will not be winning any awards for efficiency either.