HP OfficeJet 4650 Wireless All-in-One Photo Printer with Mobile Printing, Instant Ink ready (F1J03A)
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|10ft ReadyPlug® USB Cable for HP OfficeJet 4650 All-in-One Color Photo Printer (F1J03A)
|HP Advanced Photo Paper, Glossy (100 Sheets, 4 x 6 Inches, borderless)
|HP 63XL Tri-color High Yield Original Ink Cartridge (F6U63AN)
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Affordable at-home printing with HP Instant Ink: Save up to 50% on ink and never run out. Print photos or documents for the same low price. Print up to twice as many pages or photos with Original HP high-yield ink cartridges. Get high-quality prints—time after time—with an all-in-one designed and built to be reliable.
Easy printing from mobile devices: Your device, your choice. Easily print documents and photos from a variety of smartphones and tablets. Start printing and get connected quickly with easy setup from your smartphone, tablet, or PC. Connect your smartphone or tablet directly to your printer—and easily print without accessing a network.
Say hello to productivity: Take charge of your tasks with the easy-to-use 2.2-inch (5.5 cm) display—simply touch and go. Use the automatic document feeder to quickly tackle multipage jobs. Automatic two-sided printing saves paper. Print borderless, lab-quality photos and laser-quality documents right in your home.
Perfect for your home—and home office: Save your space with a sleek all-in-one designed to fit where you need it. Print in any room you choose—without causing disruptions—using the optional quiet mode. Access menu planners, news reports, recipes, and more with free HP Printables—delivered on your schedule.
Most helpful customer reviews
896 of 924 people found the following review helpful.
Great Little Printer (but be very careful*)
I guess a month and a half of experiences is enough to write a review. I purchased this printer because my old printer (But newer model), the Officejet 8600 Pro had a ink leakage and I thought it would be a better investment to purchase a new printer because the ink is way too expensive and you when that ink could leak again. Anyways, this printer, overall, met my expectations. Me and my family use it at home to print, fax and scan on a daily basis and it does get the job done. BUT I did subtract a star for a reason. Lets start off with the Pros:
-Nice and small, can fit in tight spots.
-Super easy to set up.
-Easy to use/understand touch screen interface.
-Ink is fairly cheap and only two ink cartridges are needed, a black cartridge and tri-color cartridge.
-This printer does NOT have an Ethernet port. This is one of the biggest reasons I was hesitant to purchase this product because it makes scanning and printing a LOT faster. If you don't have access to wifi at all times, I wouldn't recommend purchasing this printer (but most likely you do).
-It takes a little long to print a page (compared to my old 8600 pro) but still prints fine.
-Ink runs out a quick, but its reasonable since the ink cartridges are so small.
To conclude, this is a great printer for it's price and the little cons won't really affect you too much unless you are printing for a business or need access to a printer 24/7. I do have one very important note:
*DO NOT sign up for the "HP Instant Ink" program advertised on the printer and its packaging. If you sign up for it and cancel your subscription anytime, the printer will get DISABLED!!
1748 of 1825 people found the following review helpful.
Great print and scan functionality BUT HP tries to own you
By Texas Parents
Prints well and I like the "scan to My Documents" feature. However, I have over 30 years of professional technical experience with computers and I was amazed that setting this printer up was a very convoluted experience. It should not be that way. I blame the the complexity on HP's desire to install as much of their software as possible on my computer. I don't want an HP Support Assistant or Product Assistant or any of your "pop-ups" when printing. The first few times I printed to the new printer I would get a pop-up telling me I had genuine HP print cartridges and reminding me to sign up for the free trial of Instant Ink program. I just want to print ... and I want a minimal footprint ... just the drivers please ... it's my computer, I get to load on it what I want, not you HP! I bought your printer and I'm using your ink ... now leave me alone. Just Google "hp printer pop-ups" ... I'm not the only one. A 20 minute install of a new printer turned in to a couple of hours of research for HP settings and un-installing non-essential software.
558 of 601 people found the following review helpful.
Good printer, but slow. Small ink cartridges. Instant Ink is a creepy solution to HP's diminishing profits
This is a review of the HP 4650 all-in-one-printer.
Today, while using the ink cartridges that were supplied with the printer, the printer decided that the color cartridge was not compatible with it. It gave me an error message about the incompatibility instead of printing. I tried a couple different things to get it to print but to no avail; I had to replace the "offending" cartridge.
Original 3 star review:
First off, as a printer it is really quite nice, albeit it will not win any speed contests. It is kind of average in printing speed and downright slow when printing photos. To change to draft mode, you need to install the software and change the setting from there. You cannot do it on the printer itself nor can you change that setting with an iThing. But at least it is changeable and draft mode is quicker than standard mode and more than adequate for quality of print. The print quality from this machine is very good. In addition to all the text and draft mode pictures I print, I printed a black and white picture in standard mode and although it took quite a while, the print itself was quite impressive—clear and vivid.
The printer is very easy to set up use with an iThing. It took hardly any time to remove all the packing material and blue tape, and to set it up on my wireless network. Note that if you connect to the priner with an Ethernet cable, the wireless functions are automatically disabled.
To print with my laptop required downloading the software (it does come with a software disk, too). Once I had the software installed I was prompted to set up an HPConnected account. The HPConnected account is how HP keeps track of how much you use the printer, what types of documents you print, etc. The disclosures of what you are agreeing to is really a bit daunting. Nonetheless, HP, like other printer manufacturers, have been selling printers for cheap for years, while making their profits on the ink. This isn’t a bad business model, but for us consumers it is frustrating to pay nearly as much for ink as for a new printer altogether, so a lot of people have started buying third party ink for cheap. To stem this tide, Epson has come out with more expensive printers that have huge ink wells instead of cartridges. HP’s solution to the profit exodus is to have you subscribe to what they call “instant ink”. You sign up for 50, 100, or 300 pages of printing per month and you can roll over up to one month’s worth of pages to the next month. (Look at their instant ink webiste for more details about pricing and how it works.) If you go over your allotment, you pay extra. Your printer reports back to HP how much you are printing and when it anticpates you will soon be in need of more ink, they will ship it to you like magic. Very cool on the one hand, very creepy on the other. The printer comes with a three month free subscription, if you sign up during your initial software setup of the printer. You don’t have to sign up at all, and can purchase ink as you go, as always. The cartridges (two: one color, one black), appear to me to be rather small. It uses size 63, which is very new. I suspect they made them small so that you would be encouraged to sign up for the instant ink subscription instead of replacing cartridges on your own.
I like the printer as a printer, but the small ink cartridges, and the “instant ink” subscription alternative are both seriously off-putting.'
Additional info--current as of 11/5/15:
The three stars were for performance, not Instant Ink. For $100, you get an HP all in one that will print "up to" 190 pages with a standard set of ink cartridges. It prints about 10 ppm ISO, and has a max resolution of 4800 x 1200, and has a 100-sheet paper tray. To purchase replacements for the ink cartridges will cost you $36 [you are not required to subscribe to instant ink]. However, for a $130 for an Epson XP-810, you get better max resolution at 5760 x 1440, 14ppm ISO, 250-sheet paper tray, and up to 250 pages per set of cartridges at $37 per set. For $75, you can get a Canon MX922 (slightly older but still available model), that will give you better resolution yet at 9600 x 2400 (color, less for just B&W), print speed similar to the HP, 250-sheet paper tray, and about 300 pages per set of ink cartridges at $38 per set. Of course there are many other printers available as well, these are just some I am familiar with for comparison.