HP Officejet 720 Ink Cartridges
The following 1 products are guaranteed to work in your HP Officejet 720 printer:
1 products are guaranteed to work in your printer:
1 products are guaranteed to work in your HP Officejet 720 printer:
Black ink cartridges
HP Officejet 720
Compatible HP 29 High Capacity Black Printer Cartridge - (51629AE)
Pack of 1 cartridges 1 pack |
2.0p per page
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What ink does the HP Officejet 720 use?
The HP Officejet 720 uses Cartridge Save 29 ink cartridges. Cartridge Save 29 ink comes in black; the black cartridge prints 690 pages.
HP Officejet 720 Printer Review
Expert review of the HP Officejet 720 printer
Being one of HP's all-in-one printers designed for the small business, the HP Officejet 720 all-in-one offers a scanner, copier, fax machine, and a colour printer with standalone capabilities for more convenience. The HP Officejet 720 printer is well-built and lightweight, while the small footprint helps users save space on their desktop. However, those who are looking for faster print speeds and better output should consider other options.
This compact and fairly lightweight multifunction printer is a no-nonsense addition to a small office. The Officejet 720 all-in-one offers an adjustable rear 150-sheet input paper feed and a 20-sheet tray for faxing, copying, and scanning. The desktop form factor makes it fit inconspicuously on office desks without taking too much space. PC connectivity is limited to the parallel interface. The control panel is located on top and it comes with organised buttons and an angled LCD screen.
The HP Officejet 720 multifunction printer can be used as a standalone fax or copier, making it convenient even without a PC. It is user-friendly and easy to operate, and it is affordable for budget-conscious users. Setting up the HP Officejet 720 all-in-one is fairly easy and quick, too. An optional photo ink cartridge can be used instead of black ink for better photo prints.
Print speeds are sub-par when compared to newer multifunction printers, with tests revealing speeds ranging from 3.15ppm in draft mode to 2ppm in normal mode. Output is mediocre and could be better, especially for users who want their documents to be more presentable. The sheet-fed design also limits the type and sizes of documents that can be scanned with the HP 720 Officejet.