Mobile PrinterFast, lightweight and reliable mobile printer with optional Bluetooth1 and Wi-Fi wireless connectivity2. Product pointers
• Print on the go with a lightweight mobile printer, using optional
wireless Wi-Fi2 and optional Bluetooth dongles1. Plus, the included
In the box
long-lasting lithium battery provides up to 480 prints per charge.
• Get fastest-in-class3 print speeds – up to 22 ppm black, 18 ppm colour;
borderless 4 x 6 photos in as fast as 49 seconds.
• Handle large print jobs easily with the easy-to-fold 50-sheet paper
feeder and up to 500 pages monthly duty cycle.
• Enjoy laser-quality black text, plus brilliant, smudge-free, lab-quality
photos with optional 6-ink colour4, using HP Vivera inks and
• Software and User’s guide on CD-ROM
1 Supports HP Bluetooth wireless technology printer card. Not included, sold separately. See www.hp.com/support/bluetoothShipping weight and 2 Optional, not included, sold separately.shipping dimensions 3 Based on published manufacturer specifications of the highest speeds for HP Officejet/Pro Printers and All-in-Ones A4 mobile printers <US$500 as of June 2007.4 Cartridges for 6-ink photo printing not included; sold separately.Networking solutions See Connectivity Products for complete information. • HP bt500 Wireless Printer Adapter Ordering information Model Number Product No. Warranty and support Standard warranty1 Compatibility
• 1 year limited hardware HP Care Pack services Operating System
Please check with your local HP resellers or
local HP offices for details and availability. Windows 2000
See HP Care Pack for complete information. Windows XP Home Windows XP/XP 64-bit Warranty may vary according to countries. Please check with your local HP sales office or Windows Vista® your nearest HP authorised dealer for details.Windows 71 Windows Mobile for Pocket PC
1 Windows 7 ready. For more information go to www.hp.com/go/windows7
Some features may not be available. 2 Mac OS X v10.3.9, v10.4 or later. 3 Available from the web. Additional information Datasheet publication number: 20080050-EEP
For HP internal and HP Channel Partner internal use only.
Visit us at www.hp.com for latest information, service availability.
Visit us at www.hp.com/cposupport/software.html to download drivers. Model specifications and schematic Model Number Product Number Printer Type Print Technology Print Cartridges Print Resolution Black (Best) Colour (Best)
Up to 4800 optimised dpi colour and 1200 input
Printer Language Print Speed Black2: Draft (A4) Print Speed Colour2: Draft (A4) Duty Cycle, Monthly Paper Trays, Std Paper Trays, Max Input Capacity Media Type
Paper (inkjet, photo, plain), envelopes, labels, cards (greeting, index), transparencies
Media Sizes, Std
A4, A5, A6, B5 (JIS), C6, DL, L, 2L, letter, legal, statement executive, 3 x 5 inches, 4 x 6 inches, 5 x 7 inches,5 x 8 inches, envelopes (No. 10, Monarch)
Media Sizes, Custom Two-Sided Printing Memory, Std HP Officejet/Pro Printers and All-in-Ones Connectivity, Std
2 USB 2.0 Ports, Pictbridge Port, Slots for secure digital/multimedia cards; Optional 802.11b/g or Bluetooth connectivity
Optional 802.11b/g or Bluetooth connectivity
Dimensions (W x D x H)
1 When printing from a computer. 2 Approximate figures. Exact speed will vary depending on the system configuration, software program and document complexity. Supplies and accessories
See Original HP Printing Supplies for complete media compatibility and additional information on supplies. See HP Accessories for more
information on connectivity, paper-handling solutions and printer memory. Accessories 1 Available in selected Asia Pacific countries only.
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