HP DeskJet Plus Ink Advantage 6475 All-in-One Printer #5SD78B

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HP DeskJet Plus Ink Advantage 6475 All-in-One Printer #5SD78B

Product Id: 12.02.020.283

Regular Price  13,020
Special Price  12,300

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Quick Overview

HP DeskJet Plus Ink Advantage 6475
Printer Type - Multifunction Color Ink Printer
Output Color - Color
First Page Print - 18sec

General

Model
HP DeskJet Plus Ink Advantage 6475
Functions
Print, Scan, Copy
Printer Type
Multi Function Color Ink Printer
Supported Operating System
Windows 10, 7; MacOS Sierra v10.12 (previously OS X), macOS High Sierra v10.13, macOS Mojave v10.14, macOS Catalina v10.15
Part No
5SD78B
Warranty
1 year
Country Of Origin
USA
Made in/ Assemble
China / Thailand

Connectivity

Interface (Built-in)
USB, WiFi
Mobile Printing
Yes (HP Smart app; Apple AirPrint)

Print Performance

Output Color
Color
First Page Print
18sec
Print Speed (Black)
20ppm
Print Speed (Color)
17ppm
Print Resolution (Pixel)
1200 x 1200 dpi
Duplex Print
Automatic
Duty Cycle up to (Yield)
1000 pages

Copier Information

Copy Speed
8 cpm
Copy Resolution (Pixel)
300 x 300 dpi

Scanner Information

Scan Speed
7ipm (b&w), 3ipm (colour)
Scan Resolution (Pixel)
1200dpi

Paper Information

Scan Paper Size
A4 (8.5 x 11.7 in)
Paper Size Minimum
Letter
Print Paper Size
Letter
Paper Type
HP Photo Papers; HP Matte Brochure or Professional Paper; HP Matte Presentation Paper; HP Glossy Brochure or Professional Paper; Other Photo Inkjet Papers; Other Matte Inkjet Papers; Other Glossy Inkjet Papers; Plain Paper, Light/Recycled
Input Tray
100 sheets
Output Tray
25 sheets
ADF
Yes (35 Sheets)

Physical Description

Dimensions
432.5 x 361.1 x 174 mm
Weight (Kg)
6.16 kg

Additional Info

Brand
HP
Consumable
HP 682 Tri-color, HP 682 Black

Details

Brand - HP, Model - HP DeskJet Plus Ink Advantage 6475, Functions - Print, Scan, Copy, Printer Type - Multifunction Color Ink Printer, Output Color - Color, First Page Print - 18sec, Print Speed (Black) - 20ppm, Print Speed (Color) - 17ppm, Print Resolution (Pixel) - 1200 x 1200 dpi, Duplex Print - Automatic, Scan Speed - 7ipm (b&w), 3ipm (colour), Scan Resolution (Pixel) - 1200dpi, Scan Paper Size - A4 (8.5 x 11.7 in), Copy Speed - 8 cpm, Copy Resolution (Pixel) - 300 x 300 dpi, Paper Size Minimum - Letter, Print Paper Size - Letter, Paper Type - HP Photo Papers; HP Matte Brochure or Professional Paper; HP Matte Presentation Paper; HP Glossy Brochure or Professional Paper; Other Photo Inkjet Papers; Other Matte Inkjet Papers; Other Glossy Inkjet Papers; Plain Paper, Light/Recycled, Input Tray - 100 sheets, Output Tray - 25 sheets, ADF - Yes (35 Sheets), Interface (Built-in) - USB, WiFi, Mobile Printing - Yes (HP Smart app; Apple AirPrint), OS Compatibility - Windows 10, 7; MacOS Sierra v10.12 (previously OS X), macOS High Sierra v10.13, macOS Mojave v10.14, macOS Catalina v10.15, Monthly Duty Cycle - 1000 pages, Consumable - HP 682 Tri-color, HP 682 Black, Dimensions (WxHxD) - 432.5 x 361.1 x 174 mm, Weight (Kg) - 6.16 kg, Part No - 5SD78B, Warranty - 1 Year, Country of Origin - USA, Made in/ Assemble - China / Thailand

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Different Categories of Printers

 
Laser Printer
 

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