The HP Deskjet 2710, therefore, plays the card of compactness and bright colors to stand out. Lovers of pastel colors will be able to leave the printer in view while others can easily store it in a drawer or cabinet. Once the shutters are out, the printer is a little more cumbersome. The paper feeder can hold only 60 sheets and there is no dedicated tray for photo paper. The plastics are of good quality, but some adjustments lack precision, especially at the level of the removable flaps. The prints are of good quality and the drops are inconspicuous, but the colors are not perfect. The average Delta E – the difference between ideal colors and printed colors – is measured at 6.7, a little far from 3 below which the eye can no longer tell the difference. HP Deskjet 2710 can scan business cards, prescriptions, forms, and even an ID card, but not a passport, for example. In addition, the scanner is satisfied with a definition of 600 x 600 px. However, it is rather fast and takes 10 seconds to scan an A4 document at 100 dpi. It takes 18 seconds to scan a 10 x 15 photo at 300 dpi. On the other hand, the copy is not particularly fast: the photocopy of a black and white document takes 32 s and it takes almost as long for a color copy (34 s). The quality of copies is of good quality, the texts are well reproduced, barely there is a little noise on the solid areas in color or the graphics in black and white. The latter is satisfied with simple information: the number of copies, the ink level, the quality of the Wi-Fi signal, or even the activation of Wi-Fi directly. Each dedicated button has an LED allowing you to quickly find out if Wi-Fi or Wi-Fi Direct is activated if web services are available or if it is possible to start a copy. The “info” button prints a page with printer information (serial number, firmware, Wi-Fi, Wi-Fi Direct, AirPrint (iOS), Google Cloud Print (Android), and HP ePrint). Access to the ink cartridges is from the front. The HP Deskjet 2710 installation is simplified and is done without any particular problem. At the rear, there is a connection reduced to its simplest expression: a connector for the integrated power supply and a USB Type-B port. The good news is that HP ships the USB cable with the printer, which is rare enough to be highlighted. It also includes Wi-Fi which gives access to the local wireless network, but also direct access to the printer.
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Download the HP DeskJet 2710 User Guide, Reference Guide, and Setup Poster
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HP DeskJet 2710 User Guide
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HP DeskJet 2710 Reference Guide
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HP DeskJet 2710 Setup Poster
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