Features of the HP Deskjet F2180 Printer

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The HP Deskjet F2180 printer is a multipurpose machine that lets your print and scan. This device is meant for homes and small offices. It comes with a driver in a CD, along with a user guide on a DVD, which you can consult for initial set-up and troubleshooting. Fortunately, the device is pretty easy to use, so you're unlikely to run into problems.


The printer operates with lightweight imaging device interface language and supports HP thermal inkjet printing technology. It can print up to 20 black and white or 14 colour prints per minute.


The scanning technology supported by the HP Deskjet F2180 printer is Continuous Ink System (CIS) and the scanner is a flatbed. The optical scanning resolution is up to 1,200 dots per inch, whereas the enhanced scanning resolution goes up to 19,200 DPI. The maximum scan size is 215-by-297mm. The scan speed depends on the details and complexities in the document. Scanning a photograph would take longer than scanning a text document.


This printer can also be used as a copier. The copy resolution for black and colour text is up to 600 DPI and 1,200 DPI respectively. It can copy up to 17 copies per minute for a black, draft-quality document and 11 copies per minute for a draft-quality coloured document. With normal-quality colour documents, it can make up to 2.4 copies per minute, while for normal-quality black and white documents, it can make up to 3.9 copies per minute.


The HP Deskjet F2180 has standard paper capacity of 100 sheets at a time. The standard memory of the printer is 32 MB and it has a USB port that supports external connection from computers or other devices. The minimum requirements for HP Deskjet F2180 printer to be connected with a computer system are 800MHz processor, 512MB RAM and 800 MB of free hard disk space. It is compatible with almost all operating systems. The machine weighs about 4.26 Kilogram.

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