The ideal printer for document-intensive offices, the HP 3005 is fast (up to 35ppm, letter) and high quality (true 1200 x 1200 dpi resolution) yet also low maintenance and hassle-free. With a multipurpose tray that allows you to print on virtually anything and a range of accessories that allow you to upgrade print quality, performance and productivity with ease, the HP 3005 can handle your print needs with ease - now and in the future.
Genuine HP products
We supply genuine HP products that are designed to snap in place quickly and easily for upgrades in minutes. When you need impressive quality fast, don't rely on third-party alternatives to deliver. Their poor quality of manufacture and generic 'one size fits all' approach mean you'll pay the hidden costs in print waste and lost productivity. Add a genuine HP upgrade and you'll enhance your printer's ability to deal with even the most complex and graphics-rich file.
Handle complex print jobs with ease
The HP 3005 comes with 80MB of standard memory, but upgrading to the maximum 320MB is a savvy choice if you regularly deal with large files with complex graphics, graphs and black and white photographs. Nothing is more frustrating than getting a low memory error message in the middle of a critical job, so adding more memory is a cost-effective way of giving the quality, speed and performance of your HP 3005 a significant boost.
Minimise your downtime
If you want to minimise printer downtime for optimum productivity, then invest in the optional 500 sheet paper tray for a maximum input capacity of 1100 pages. You'll add the flexibility to swap between different media with ease, or simply blast through a high volume print job without having to stop and reload your printer.
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*Page yields are declared by the manufacturer in accordance with ISO/IEC standards or occasionally estimated based on 5% per page coverage. Yields will vary greatly depending on image, area coverage, print mode and environmental conditions.