Save $100 on HP Smart-Tank Plus Wireless Printer

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Not sure what’s going on with your job, whether you’re working at home or going into the office for the next few months? That’s okay. You can set it up to work from home without spending too much, in case you won’t be continuing to be home-based. You can start with an HP Smart-Tank Plus Wireless Printer by saving $100 off the regular price.

The printer features reliable connectivity with dual-band Wi-Fi to either connect to your network or your mobile device, be it your smartphone or tablet by using the HP smart app.

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The 35-page auto-feeder will print up to 11ppm with fast first-page printing, allowing you to multitask while the printer takes care of business. It handles a wide range of paper sizes, including letter, legal, 3 x 5 in., 4 x 6 in., 5 x 7 in., 8 x 10 in., and no. 10 envelopes.

The HP Smart-Tank Plus Wireless Printer handles high-volume printing well. It can deliver up to 8,000 color pages or 6,000 black pages and includes bottles that contain up to two years of ink in the box. These bottles will handle the simple, spill-free refill process easily so that running out of ink will never be a problem.

Save $100 and get this wireless printer for just $349.89 and get a one-year limited hardware warranty, plus 24/7 Web support.

HP Smart-Tank Plus Wireless Printer

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Laura has spent nearly 20 years writing news, reviews, and op-eds, with more than 10 of those years as an editor as well. She has exclusively used Apple products for the past three decades. In addition to writing and editing at MTE, she also runs the site's sponsored review program.

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  1. The greed of printer companies has led to printer ink being one of *the* most expensive cost-per-ounce items in the world. I recently set up a brand-new HP ENVY 4520 printer and was astonished at how quickly the “setup” cartridges ran dry. And the printer quit printing when they were only 3/4 of the way empty! I then looked at the outrageous cost of new cartridges and have decided that this printer belongs on the “electronic recycle” pile at the dump. Too bad too, because it’s output was exceptionally good. I will not have my income parasitized by HP or any other company. I learned a long time ago that if I can’t afford something, I can just learn how to do without it. The printer described in this article is just a vain attempt on the part of HP the hide the ludicrous cost of their ink, and I’m not buying into it. Has anybody else noticed how media avoids the “cost-per-page” printing costs when they’re reviewing a printer nowadays?

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