HP OfficeJet 250 Mobile All-in-One Printer Thoughts & Review
OK folks I know I can speak for millions of people. When I say that every time my Printer runs out of ink rather than buying a new ink cartridge I buy a new Printer instead. If I counted and kept the Printers I have I could probably open my own shop. You see the reason why I go this route is because the cost of replacing a printer is much cheaper than replacing two cartridges; have you ever wondered why the coloured ink was so much more expensive?
I recently had the opportunity to review the HP OfficeJet 250 Mobile All-in-One Printer. While using it I felt like a big time corporate employee so I felt the need to share my thoughts with you. The HP OfficeJet 250 Mobile All-in-One Printer can mobile print, scan and copy from nearly anywhere. You can connect with Bluetooth and it also has smart technology with WiFi direct. which allows you to copy a maximum of 50 copies in one single job . Or for those on the go who need a light weight high performance printer the HP OfficeJet 250 Mobile All-in-One Printer is the perfect addition of business tools you will need.
What I love most about the HP OfficeJet 250 Mobile All-in-One Printer is its quiet printing performance, its quiet enough to print in a library without disrupting anyone (I tried). The body of the printer is very sleek and light weighing just under 7 lbs with the battery pack attached. The overall performance was really impressive the prints came out clean and true to colour. I am so glad that I was able to discover another alternative to what I have been doing. Normally when I have to print anything, whether it be stickers for my planner or a project for the kids. I would go over to staples load a print card and print there. Not only does it get costly to do, but sometimes its not reliable. If the printers are down for what ever reason.
In terms of setting up the printer It was pretty simple to set up. It took about 5 minutes to do and I got right into printing some decor prints that I am doing for my little girls room. There is actually a couple ways that you can print documents, I went with the mobile option.Where I emailed the print to the Printers email address from my phone and then the rest was a breeze. You can also print via Bluetooth and the traditional way by hooking up a UBS cable from the printer to your PC. The cost of the cartridges isn’t bad either, its broken down by how many prints you can expect from each cartridge and the price range is anywhere from $16- $40. The cost of the printer on the other hand is an investment of $399.99 but when you look at the components and functionality its worth it.
Have you tried this printer? What do you do when the ink runs out? Let me know in the comments below
HP products mentioned in this post were supplied by HP Canada to review and for my honest opinion