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HP Officejet 2620 All in One Printer $19 @ Harvey Norman

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Effortlessly copy, scan, fax and print with the HP Officejet 2620 All In One Printer. Its compact, simple-to-use design, 35ppm speeds and automatic document feeder help to save you both time and space.

Key Features

Easily print, scan and fax using the straightforward display and keypad on the HP Officejet 2620
Boasting an Energy Star qualification, the Officejet 2620 All In One Printer will conserve energy and save you money
This compact all-in-one printers offers quality results whilst saving you space and easily fitting wherever you need it

What's In The Box?

1x HP Officejet 2620 All-in-One Printer
1x HP 61 Black Ink Cartridge (~190 pages)
1x HP 61 Tri-color Ink Cartridge (~165 pages)
1x Software CD Setup Guide
1x Power supply power cord
1x USB cable

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closed Comments

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    Does it print on CDs ?

    • +16 votes

      Why don't you buy one JV and report back on your findings?

      • -2 votes

        I'm looking for one that prints CDs.

        Not worth cost of mailing it back if it doesn't…

        • -9 votes

          Why would you print on a CD, when you could just use a marker? Unless you're engaged in illegal piracy?

        • +10 votes

          @JohnHowardsEyebrows:

          Why would you print on a CD

          Because I like to have neat labels on my CDs and DVDs

          Unless you're engaged in illegal piracy?

          I'm pretty sure it's legal to back up my personal and business data…

        • +5 votes

          @jv:

          "personal and business data"

          You mean all these ozbargain posts/comments you been making..

          Yes, you definitely need to archive and label it for future generations to study…

        • +12 votes

          @tyler.durden:

          You mean all these ozbargain posts/comments you been making..

          Nope, all the receipts from the stuff I buy on OzBargain…

        • +2 votes

          @jv:

          Don't lie,

          we know you are just gonna be archiving all your ozbargain posts…

          You'll need to rent some large storage facility…

          One day, when most of the earth's population is gone,
          and apes have taken over the planet..

          They will find all these CDs/DVDs
          From those CDs, they will study this entity known as JV for years…

        • +4 votes

          @tyler.durden:

          Don't lie

          I'm not.

          I have a lot of receipts I need to keep for warranty…

        • -8 votes

          @jv:

          Yeah whatever man,

          Most of your scanned receipts can fit on one DVD

          So I call this complete BS…

          Unless those "receipts" are actually porn…

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          @tyler.durden: LOL @ all the downvotes for your and my posts. Clearly sarcasm is a rare commodity in the OzB community.

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          @JohnHowardsEyebrows:

          JV minions are in love with him

        • +1 vote

          @jv: Labelling your collection of DVDs "Where are the bargains? Volume 1-12" and "random bolding of sentence to add emphasis volume 1 -4"

    • +9 votes

      Wow jv and here I thought you were still using floppy disks!

      • +12 votes

        thought you were still using floppy disks!

        I still am. 5.25" ones.

        • +4 votes

          I heard it was only 3.5"?

        • +13 votes

          @xywolap:

          I'll be upgrading to 3.5" when my supplier of 5.25" runs out of them. Hard to get these days.

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          @jv:

          You should try out the new Winchester drives…

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          @jv: Maybe just ease yourself into it with one of these ?

        • +2 votes

          @Tiggrrrrr:

          Maybe just ease yourself into it with one of these

          They won't ship to Australia…

    • +5 votes

      Hi jv, I have this Epson printer XP-610, it prints on CD's, has wifi, has SD card reader and cheap ink cartridges on ebay (I got 12 for around $25)
      http://www.epson.com.au/products/multifunctional/ExpressionP...
      I got it for around $80 at previous JB Hi Fi sale, but seems to be around $130 now. Maybe check eBay….

    • +2 votes

      I was about to ask the same question. JV already did.

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      I recommend the canon ip7260 for that and I buy generic cartridges on eBay for about $2 each and they have chip in each.. I print photos and hard to tell the difference never had a problem.

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      Have you considered a lightscribe drive, which will actually print the image thermally onto compatible discs. Although the discs are probably a bit dearer than normal.

  •  

    This was $14 last sale.

    • +2 votes

      Aussie $ has dropped since then…

  • +1 vote

    I don't know much about printers, but would this be a laser printer? Or one of those that print line by line ?

    • +2 votes

      but would this be a laser printer?

      lol…

      1x HP 61 Black 'Ink Cartridge' (~190 pages)
      1x HP 61 Tri-color 'Ink Cartridge' (~165 pages)

    • +2 votes

      Inkjet.

    • +3 votes

      Line by Line? Like a dot matrix? I believe jv still has one of those

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        I bought this one used at a "computer swap meet" for $320 in the early 90s.

        Sold it a couple of years later via the Trading Post for the same price (minus the $25 commission) when I upgraded to an HP DeskJet which set me back $600+.

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        jv might or might not, but Harvey Norman has a few, and they are not for sale!

    • +2 votes

      the revenue comes from replacement toner.

      This is an ink jet…

        • +1 vote

          The consumables are around $40

          Around $2,000 per litre…

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          @jv: Taste better than Moet too!

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      I got a HP 2350 and just replaced the cartridges with $10 generics off eBay. No problem.

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          uh, ok. my loss then.

  • +10 votes

    Cheap way to get a scanner if you don't use it to print. It has the same footprint as a stand alone scanner.

    • +4 votes

      I wouldn't put it past them to disable all functions if the ink has run out (or dried up if it's only being used for scanning).

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        Wtf? Can printers do that?

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          Not only can they do that, Xerox has started region coding.

          https://www.techdirt.com/articles/20150815/02480731963/your-...

        • +2 votes

          With HP one I had to print out a page which says "You must scan this alignment page for best print quality" and I think the printer wouldn't let me scan without it. So I installed the cartridges, printed out the page, scanned it and keep the page near the printer just in case. I have never replaced the cartridges.

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          @b4GM4N:
          HP is doing this for a long time

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          @qwertyzx:
          and @b4GM4N

          Thanks for this info.

  •  

    there is limit of 2 per customer.

    • +1 vote

      Darn it, I wanted 100!

      • +8 votes

        just visit 50 stores.:)

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          25 of those would be out of stock, leaving me with a mere 50. I'd have to visit 100 stores.

  • +1 vote

    Does this have wifi capability?

    • +2 votes

      nope

      • +2 votes

        Do you know if you can put a USB stick in there

        • +40 votes

          Only if you take it to dinner first.

        • +2 votes

          The USB cable goes in the rear, but there is nowhere to put the USB stick.

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          @luke73:

          Rainbow printer, lol

    •  

      If it has HP jetdirect, then "for printers without built-in wireless, the HP wireless printing upgrade kit is the ideal solution. It works with nearly all HP printers and PCs—even many non-HP printers. And setting up this kit couldn’t be easier."

  • +1 vote

    HP, never again

  • +3 votes

    I bought one of these q while back for 14$ at Harvey Norman. can vouch for it. excellent scanner and prints well. cheap as chips.

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    Anyone tried in refilling this printer cartridge as this will make my decision easy

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        Damn - I've got a 8600 which will need ink soon. I did have a 8500 which broke just before the extended 3 year warranty ran out and got the 8600 as a replacement. The problem was that I had just bought a set of ink cartridges for the 8500 and had put the black on in so no chance for a refund. Anyone need 940XL colour cartridges - going free.

  • +11 votes

    Printer: $19
    Replacement cartridges: $190
    Frustrations with HP printers: Priceless.

    • +4 votes

      Just keep buying a new printer every time you run out of ink. Solved!

    •  

      Don't forget the bundled 'software' that will start automatically every time you boot and consume ram and CPU while not in use.

      Relevant oatmeal

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        I had a LOL, thank you

    •  

      really replacement cartridges that expensive? far out

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      Really?
      I see the same ones as a combo pack at HN for $51 - http://www.harveynorman.com.au/hp-61-ink-combo-pack.html

      The XL cartridges are $49(B) + $53 (CMY) - total $102…

  •  

    Tried searching for stock around my area in West Melbourne, and theres heaps of stock!

  • +2 votes

    Oh document feeder for $19. That's cheap. Don't even care about the rest.

  •  

    Can it scan when the ink cartridges are empty or not installed?

      • +2 votes

        Just refill them with water next time

  •  

    Great deal, Thanks op..
    but no wifi i think?

    • -1 vote

      it does as far as i remember

  • +3 votes

    How much do the staff earn per hour though, & how many breaks do they get?

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    is it easy to refill the ink? and is the printer going to accepted refilled ink cartridge? or does need to reset the cartridge?

  • +3 votes

    Thanks OP!

    Now I can scan my private stuff at home instead of the going to public library…….without other people watching…..judging…

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          Hey! Sharing is caring ;)

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      You really shouldn't get ya junk out in the library. People will stop judging.

  • +5 votes

    I HAVEN'T OPEN IT SINCE I BOUGHT IT LAST TIME AT $14

    • +2 votes

      Hahahaahah same here, I've piled so much junk on top of the box it has now become a mini table.

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        I am using it since day 1, its quite a delight for $14. Scan, copies and prints. Doesnt do double sides though.

  • +1 vote

    I had a b110a printer that could be hacked to take non-genuine cartridges by removing a cr2032 battery from inside it. Similar for this model?

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      Haha wow that's amazing. Love how you called it "hacked" too lol

  •  

    Just picked up 2 from HN on Forntain Gate Vic.
    Plenty of stock,still at least 10 on the floor.
    I bought it for just the scanner, bonus it has fax too…Bargain at $19 although displayed in store as "on special at $38" :)

    • +1 vote

      on the floor

      Great, exactly where they belong.

  •  

    just print at work..free

    • +2 votes

      At 7-11 they deduct it from your pay

      • +1 vote

        That comes to what 11.50 per hr

    •  

      What if you don't work??

  •  

    I've never purchased anything from HN online to pickup. Just wondering how long does it usually take for them to contact me to come in?

    •  

      usually it's same day if you place your order around 9 or 10am, but it can take upto 24hrs or more, if they don't have stock or other issues.

  •  

    Bought one from HN Chadstone, heaps of them in store at canon section

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    What about the HP Deskjet 2540? It has wifi which is a big plus! But what about ink price and does it scan without ink?

    http://www.harveynorman.com.au/promos/cheapthursday-sept15/h...

  •  

    Shucks. Out of stock at broadway

  •  

    So annoying….Dont need one, but bought one.

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    Thanks OP, I just ordered one. I can use it for faxing and scanning purposes.

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      What's faxing?

      •  

        I think it's a hair removal technique, recently become more popular with these metro men.

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    Missed it