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HP Smart Tank Printers – Refillable Ink Tank Printers

Refillable, cartridge-free printers with advanced features

Non-stop printing for up to 2 years

No running out of ink or changing cartridges. These cartridge free printers include enough ink to print up to 8,000 color pages* with vibrant color graphics and sharp text.

Easy to connect all your devices

Simple to set up and easy to use with smart buttons on the printer, or print from anywhere with the best-in-class HP print app*.

Next generation technology

Experience the latest technology like Wi-Fi that won’t quit, built-in defense against cyber attacks, and proprietary spill-free ink refill bottles.

Choose the HP Tank Printer that best fits your needs

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HP Smart Tank 5101

Simple. Refillable. Affordable.

  • Perfect for printing everyday documents like forms, recipes, and travel documents
  • Ink for up to 6000 color pages included
  • Simple guided setup using the HP Smart app
  • Stays connected with self-healing Wi-FI
  • Made with up to 45% recycled plastic

HP Smart Tank 6001

Intuitive. Refillable. Workhorse for Families.

  • Perfect for busy families printing color projects, homework, documents, and photos
  • Ink for up to 8000 color pages included
  • Automatic 2-sided printing
  • Easy printing from all your family’s devices
  • Faster, more reliable connections with self-healing Wi-FI
  • Protects from cyber threats with HP Wolf Essential Security

HP Smart Tank 7001

Intuitive. Refillable. Workhorse for Home Office.

Intuitive. Refillable. Workhorse for Home Office.

  • Perfect for printing home & office documents like color projects, presentations, and photos
  • Ink for up to 8000 color pages included
  • Automatic 2-sided printing
  • Smart buttons that guide you through printing tasks
  • Faster, more reliable connections with self-healing Wi-FI
  • Protects from cyber threats with HP Wolf Essential Security
  • Perfect for printing home & office documents like color projects, presentations, and photos
  • Ink for up to 8000 color pages included
  • Automatic 2-sided printing
  • Smart buttons that guide you through printing tasks
  • Faster, more reliable connections with self-healing Wi-FI
  • Protects from cyber threats with HP Wolf Essential Security

HP Smart Tank 7301

Advanced. Refillable. Dependable.

Advanced. Refillable. Dependable.

  • Perfect for working from home and printing presentations, flyers, and business documents
  • Ink for up to 8000 color pages included
  • Automatic document feeder and 2-sided printing and scanning
  • Smart buttons that guide you through printing tasks
  • Faster, more reliable connections with self-healing Wi-FI plus ethernet and print from USB
  • Protects from cyber threats with HP Wolf Essential Security
  • Perfect for working from home and printing presentations, flyers, and business documents
  • Ink for up to 8000 color pages included
  • Automatic document feeder and 2-sided printing and scanning
  • Smart buttons that guide you through printing tasks
  • Faster, more reliable connections with self-healing Wi-FI plus ethernet and print from USB
  • Protects from cyber threats with HP Wolf Essential Security

HP Smart Tank 7602

Advanced. Refillable. Rockstar.

Advanced. Refillable. Rockstar.

  • Perfect for working from home or office with advanced features for an outstanding printing experience
  • Ink for up to 8000 color pages included
  • Automatic document feeder and 2-sided printing and scanning
  • Magic touchscreen panel makes it easy to use
  • Faster, more reliable connections with self-healing Wi-FI plus ethernet and print from USB
  • Protects from cyber threats with HP Wolf Essential Security
  • Perfect for working from home or office with advanced features for an outstanding printing experience
  • Ink for up to 8000 color pages included
  • Automatic document feeder and 2-sided printing and scanning
  • Magic touchscreen panel makes it easy to use
  • Faster, more reliable connections with self-healing Wi-FI plus ethernet and print from USB
  • Protects from cyber threats with HP Wolf Essential Security

HP LaserJet Tank MFP 2604sdw

Professional. Refillable. Lightning Fast.

Professional. Refillable. Lightning Fast.

  • Perfect for small business or office printing high volume of black & white documents 
  • Toner for up to 5000 black & white pages included, with the lowest cost per page in its class 
  • Super fast at 23 pages per minute 
  • Automatic document feeder and 2-sided printing and scanning 
  • Fast reliable connections with self-healing Wi-FI plus 
  • Protects from cyber threats with HP Wolf Essential Security
  • Perfect for small business or office printing high volume of black & white documents 
  • Toner for up to 5000 black & white pages included, with the lowest cost per page in its class 
  • Super fast at 23 pages per minute 
  • Automatic document feeder and 2-sided printing and scanning 
  • Fast reliable connections with self-healing Wi-FI plus 
  • Protects from cyber threats with HP Wolf Essential Security

Choose the HP Tank Printer that best fits your needs

New product

New product

HP Smart Tank 5101

Simple. Refillable. Affordable.

  • Perfect for printing everyday documents like forms, recipes, and travel documents
  • Ink for up to 6000 color pages included
  • Simple guided setup using the HP Smart app
  • Stays connected with self-healing Wi-FI
  • Made with up to 45% recycled plastic

HP Smart Tank 6001

Intuitive. Refillable. Workhorse for Families.

  • Perfect for busy families printing color projects, homework, documents, and photos
  • Ink for up to 8000 color pages included
  • Automatic 2-sided printing
  • Easy printing from all your family’s devices
  • Faster, more reliable connections with self-healing Wi-FI
  • Protects from cyber threats with HP Wolf Essential Security

HP Smart Tank 7001

Intuitive. Refillable. Workhorse for Home Office.

Intuitive. Refillable. Workhorse for Home Office.

  • Perfect for printing home & office documents like color projects, presentations, and photos
  • Ink for up to 8000 color pages included
  • Automatic 2-sided printing
  • Smart buttons that guide you through printing tasks
  • Faster, more reliable connections with self-healing Wi-FI
  • Protects from cyber threats with HP Wolf Essential Security
  • Perfect for printing home & office documents like color projects, presentations, and photos
  • Ink for up to 8000 color pages included
  • Automatic 2-sided printing
  • Smart buttons that guide you through printing tasks
  • Faster, more reliable connections with self-healing Wi-FI
  • Protects from cyber threats with HP Wolf Essential Security

HP Smart Tank 7301

Advanced. Refillable. Dependable.

Advanced. Refillable. Dependable.

  • Perfect for working from home and printing presentations, flyers, and business documents
  • Ink for up to 8000 color pages included
  • Automatic document feeder and 2-sided printing and scanning
  • Smart buttons that guide you through printing tasks
  • Faster, more reliable connections with self-healing Wi-FI plus ethernet and print from USB
  • Protects from cyber threats with HP Wolf Essential Security
  • Perfect for working from home and printing presentations, flyers, and business documents
  • Ink for up to 8000 color pages included
  • Automatic document feeder and 2-sided printing and scanning
  • Smart buttons that guide you through printing tasks
  • Faster, more reliable connections with self-healing Wi-FI plus ethernet and print from USB
  • Protects from cyber threats with HP Wolf Essential Security

HP Smart Tank 7602

Advanced. Refillable. Rockstar.

Advanced. Refillable. Rockstar.

  • Perfect for working from home or office with advanced features for an outstanding printing experience
  • Ink for up to 8000 color pages included
  • Automatic document feeder and 2-sided printing and scanning
  • Magic touchscreen panel makes it easy to use
  • Faster, more reliable connections with self-healing Wi-FI plus ethernet and print from USB
  • Protects from cyber threats with HP Wolf Essential Security
  • Perfect for working from home or office with advanced features for an outstanding printing experience
  • Ink for up to 8000 color pages included
  • Automatic document feeder and 2-sided printing and scanning
  • Magic touchscreen panel makes it easy to use
  • Faster, more reliable connections with self-healing Wi-FI plus ethernet and print from USB
  • Protects from cyber threats with HP Wolf Essential Security

HP LaserJet Tank MFP 2604sdw

Professional. Refillable. Lightning Fast.

Professional. Refillable. Lightning Fast.

  • Perfect for small business or office printing high volume of black & white documents 
  • Toner for up to 5000 black & white pages included, with the lowest cost per page in its class 
  • Super fast at 23 pages per minute 
  • Automatic document feeder and 2-sided printing and scanning 
  • Fast reliable connections with self-healing Wi-FI plus 
  • Protects from cyber threats with HP Wolf Essential Security
  • Perfect for small business or office printing high volume of black & white documents 
  • Toner for up to 5000 black & white pages included, with the lowest cost per page in its class 
  • Super fast at 23 pages per minute 
  • Automatic document feeder and 2-sided printing and scanning 
  • Fast reliable connections with self-healing Wi-FI plus 
  • Protects from cyber threats with HP Wolf Essential Security

Original HP Ink bottles

Count on excellent print quality and reliability at an extremely low cost per page. HP’s unique ink tank system gives you an easy, spill-free refill experience with resealable bottles.6

Disclaimers

  1. Best-in-class print app – Compared to OEM printing apps for the majority of top-selling, network-capable inkjet/laser printers and all-in-ones for the home and office, priced ≤450 USD. Printers selected by market share as reported by IDC Quarterly Hardcopy Peripherals Tracker – Final Historical CYQ4 2021. Claim based on research of printer manufacturer’s print apps and Keypoint Intelligence hands-on testing and study commissioned by HP, July 2022. For details, see keypointintelligence.com/HPSmartApp.
  2. Black and composite color average per bottle (cyan/magenta/yellow) results based on HP methodology and continuous printing of ISO/IEC 24712 test pages. Not based on ISO/IEC 24711 test process. An additional black ink bottle is required to print 8000 color test pages. Actual yield varies based on content of printed pages and other factors. Some ink from included bottles is used to start up the printer. For details, see hp.com/learnaboutsupplies.
  3. Black and composite color average per bottle (cyan/magenta/yellow) results based on HP methodology and continuous printing of ISO/IEC 24712 test pages. Not based on ISO/IEC 24711 test process. An additional black ink bottle is required to print 6000 color test pages. Actual yield varies based on content of printed pages and other factors. Some ink from included bottles is used to start up the printer. For details, see hp.com/learnaboutsupplies. 
  4. Wi-Fi – Wireless operations are compatible with 2.4 GHz (single-band) or 2.4 GHz and 5.0 GHz (dual-band) operations only pending on printer model. Learn more at hp.com/go/mobileprinting. Wi-Fi is a registered trademark of Wi-Fi Alliance®. Dual band supports both 5.0 GHz and 2.4 GHz using up to 12 non-overlapping channels vs only 3 non-overlapping channels for 2.4 GHz only. Supports 5.0 GHz band (up to 150 mbps) vs 2. 4 GHz band (up to 72.2 mbps).
  5. HP Smart app – Requires the HP Smart app download. For details on local printing requirements see hp.com/go/mobileprinting. Certain features/software are available in English language only and differ between desktop and mobile applications. Subscription may be required; subscription may not be available in all countries. For details, see: hpsmart.com. Internet access required and must be purchased separately. 
  6. Spill-free refill system: When used in accordance with set up instructions.

 

At a fraction of the cost: HP ink bottles compared to HP ink cartridges. Cost per page based on expected black and composite (cyan/magenta/yellow) page yield results based on HP methodology and continuous printing of ISO/IEC 24712 test pages. Not based on ISO/IEC 24711 test process. Actual yield varies based on content of printed pages and other factors. Some ink from included bottles is used to start up the printer. For more information about fill and yield, see hp. com/go/learnaboutsupplies.

 

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HP Instant Ink/Epson EcoTank Comparative Review

At the end of last year we went down to London for an HP event.  When I was there I was briefed for a big project: a comparative review between two different ways of dealing with the printer ink issue.  You know how it is: you run out of ink in the middle of something urgent; your local shop has every printer cartridge in the known universe, except the one you want; and then when you find a shop that stocks the one you want, you wince at the price.  Not surprisingly printer manufacturers and ink providers have seen this as an issue that needs addressing and I was asked to try out, alongside each other, two of the options that are out there to address this problem.

Basically, we got sent two printers and the necessary printing supplies to try out the two ink systems including bottles of ink and a year’s worth of Instant Ink.  The two were:

Epson L355

Epson L355

The Epson L355 is a wireless all-in-one printer/scanner/copier featuring an integrated ink system, with a purpose-built ink tank which is fully integrated into the printer, and the idea behind it is you can print away without the mess or hassle often associated with non-genuine refills and third-party ink tank systems.  It’s expensive at £249.99 RRP (although you can get it for quite a bit less if you shop around), but it does come with quite a quantity of ink.  The Epson has rather a boxy, functional look to it I think.  Plus you need a bit more height to house it because of the paper guide which sticks up above the printer when you are using it.  This is a factor for us because we have sloping ceilings in our office room.

HP ENVY 5540

HP ENVY 5540

The HP Envy 5540 has similar functionality with the ability to print, scan and copy, but this one comes as Instant Ink ready and uses traditional cartridges.   It’s got a cheaper upfront cost of £76.99 RRP and you pay a monthly fee to use the Instant Ink system if you want to sign up.  Our printer came with a 3 month free trial for Instant Ink.  I quite like the curved lines of the HP model: it seems more modern and streamlined.

Setting Up

The biggest difference between the two, as regards the set up process, is the different ink systems.  Other than that, the two took a roughly similar time to set up allowing for internet connection varability. With the Epson you have to physically pour in ink from the little plastic bottles provided into your ink tanks.  This is a process that can leave you worried for your carpets and surfaces, so I’d recommend covering stuff up before starting and wearing gloves (they’ll need to be thin ones if you do) if you are worried about staining your hands.  It’s also something that would worry me if we were looking to move the printer for some reason.

One problem we encountered with both printers was that when we were following the recommended or automated set up, it couldn’t connect to our wifi as we have a password and there was no prompt or opportunity to give it.   We needed to go through the custom route to allow this.  I was surprised that neither printer seemed to allow for a password to be added automatically as I would think most people have a password on their wifi.

Quality

I printed a recipe off on both printers to have a look at the difference in quality.  On the left in the photo is the HP one and on the right is the Epson print.  They both produce perfectly adequate (for my purposes) documents, but there’s a noticeably better sharpness about the HP version, which shows up well in the picture of that rather gorgeous cheesecake.

Speed Test

Next I printed off a picture on photo paper.  I used HP Premium Photo Paper for both printers. First I printed a photo using the HP printer.  I found it quite a frustrating experience, possibly due to my inexperience of printing photographs off (I usually upload to a site and get them to do it for me).  I couldn’t get the photo paper tray to work at all and eventually managed to get the photo paper to feed in through the paper tray. Along the way I managed to print off the picture on an A4 piece of paper (I took the A4 out to start with as directed, but then put a sheet back in when it seemed to object) and I also managed to print off half a picture because I think of not properly aligning things inside the paper tray. Once I’d dealt with these problems though, I quickly (53 seconds) had a very good quality photograph in my hands.

For the Epson my new-found experience was beginning to show and I only had one false start where I printed out the picture on the back of the photo paper rather than the front (this because it wasn’t clear which side needed to be facing when putting the paper into the tray).  Once that issue was solved I was able to print off my photo in, but it took a lot longer, in fact over 2 minutes.

For the record I didn’t find either printer had very good instructions for loading printer paper.  Both have very small instruction manuals, mostly pictures and not many words, and rely on you using the instructions on the small screen on the printer itself.   This works fine for somethings, but it wasn’t so good when loading the paper.

What about result quality?  No contest in my view: the HP print is lighter and brighter.  Would I have been happy with the Epson quality?  Yes, for the most part I was, but some of the shots look a bit too dark, so it would depend on the image I was printing.  I’d rather not have that variation to be honest.

Dry Smudge Test

For this one I printed off a picture on HP All-in-One Printing Paper on both printers using normal print quality.  I ran my figures across each one as they came out of the printer to see if the ink smudged at all.   Now I had a bit of a game with the HP printer getting the picture to print off in A4 size and I did find the dialogue boxes a bit less instinctive than the Epson, but I managed to get the print I wanted for both in the end.  The HP picture came out feeling dry and quality is much sharper than the Epson one.  Neither smudged to the touch, but the Epson paper felt damp as it came out and took a few moments to dry.   I think it had the potential for smudging and certainly I felt I had to be a bit more careful handling that print because of the dampness.

Water Test

I printed off two pictures using the same paper, one from each picture.  Then I deliberately split water on them and rubbed them dry with a paper towel.  The ink ran a bit in both cases, but you can see from the picture (and the paper towels) that there was significantly more ink running and smudging on the Epson rather than the HP.

Instant Ink

With Instant Ink you get sent through replacement cartridges in good time for when you need them.  We have had our first set through already, but to date we haven’t had to change the cartridges, which is good news.  The Instant Ink sends through the usual cartridges that we are used to using in printers and I always feel quite secure about handling them, even over a new carpet.  The way the system works when your printer is connected to the internet (after you have set it up, this will be whenever it is switched on), it sends messages to HP telling them how much ink is in the ink cartridges.   Based on your usage it is able to predict when you will need the ink.  Obviously, they send it out a bit early, just in case you have to do a bigger batch of printing than normal.  For £1.99 a month I can print 50 pages a month, which to be honest for us is enough.  We mostly print boarding cards as my husband often travels with work (I know you can do this on your phone, but it is handy to have a paper back up) and offers where you need to take the paper copy with you.  I sometimes print off papers to work from or agreements to sign or take a photocopy of a document.  We have things to print off for school projects and the like for H or even just as a fun activity.  Sometimes we go a week without using our printer and other times we will use it every day, but 50 sheets a month seems fine for us on average.  Instant Ink allows us to roll over 50 unused prints in any case, so if we use a bit less one month, we can offset it against the next. If 50 pages a month isn’t enough you can upgrade to the next plan or pay for extra sheets as a one-off.   You can opt for the 100 sheets a month plan at £3.49 or the 300 sheets a month one costs £7.99.  Additional pages can be bought within each plan for £1 (this buys 15 extra sheets on the lower cost plan, but 25 on the higher usage one).  There’s no annual fee and it makes no difference if your prints are colour or black and white.

How are we finding it?  To be honest it’s very easy.  I’m loving that I don’t need to buy cartridges in the shops anymore – I used to carry a card round in my purse with the printer details on, so I don’t need to do that anymore.  I haven’t got to worry if the ink is low and H has a school project to finish.  It’s taken the hassle out of it for me and £1.99 seems good value compared to how much I was paying for ink cartridges.  We always had to have some spares in and we’ve been caught out by printers breaking and having surplus cartridges before now.  No worry with this on the Instant Ink plan as I guess you’d just amend your details.  The cartridges arrive in a little box that I think would fit through most letter boxes.

Epson EcoTank

Once you get over the initial set up mess worry with the bottles of ink, this is a really easy system to use.  With the Epson EcoTank system you get two years worth of ink included with your printer purchase.  The amount of ink is supposed to be the equivalent to 72 cartridges.  There’s certainly a lot of ink left in my ink tank and I can believe that there is enough for two years.  I do have some concerns about the Epson EcoTank system though.  I wouldn’t get though 72 cartridges of ink in two years and even though I might complain about the cost of buying cartridges, I’m not sure I’d spend £173 on ink (this figure is the difference in cost between the cost of the two printers) in two years.  With HP Instant Ink I am paying £47.76 for two years at £1.99, which is considerably less than £173.  On the moderate printing package I’d be paying £83.76 over that same time frame, but on the heavy use plan I’d spend £191.76 so it’s at this point that the Epson system starts to see a price advantage.   What I haven’t been able to test in the few months that I’ve had both printers is how the Epson ink lasts over a 2 year time frame, so that is a bit of the unknown.

Comparison

I enjoyed testing out both printers and I’ve been interested to see how two different companies approach the issue of ink costs and convenience.  It’s clear from the tests that I’ve done that the HP printing is of a higher standard and I think this is due to the quality of the ink.  The ink certainly dried faster from the HP machine and the prints were sharper and clearer.  This difference was really clear when printing photos as the HP photos were significantly better.  If you print mostly black and white typewritten sheets though, the difference in quality is less marked.  I think if you print a lot of sheets (mostly black and white) and you aren’t overly concerned about quality then the Epson EcoTank might be the one to go for.  However, for almost everyone else (and I think most families would come into this camp) I’d say the HP Instant Ink system is better.   If you print out photos at all (either on photo paper or on ordinary A4 paper) it is much better in quality terms and the costs are considerably lower if you don’t print a lot.  Also I found the HP printer was a lot faster for printing pictures, which is something to consider if you print out a lot of photographs.

Epson Unlimited Printing will allow you to print without restrictions for two years « News « Knowledge base MnogoChernil.ru

Epson offers the Unlimited Printing program for customers from Western European countries, which will allow you to print on EcoTank devices without restrictions for two years. The concept is in many ways similar to Epson ReadyInk and HP Instant Ink, the essence of which is the timely delivery of cartridges to customers, with the only difference being that in this case we are talking about ink bottles.

To become a member of the program, the customer needs to buy one of the latest EcoTank models (with four digit names) and an Unlimited Printing card for an additional 40 euros. Then, within 2 weeks after purchase, you must register your card on the program website, after which the Epson regional division will send fresh ink jars for two years, based on the print cost readings that the printer automatically sends to the company. In the UK, the program has been operating since December 2018, but, for example, it reached continental Western Europe (Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Belgium, etc.) only in July 2019th.

The German portal Druckerchannel gives a very reserved assessment of this program. So, for example, the ET-4750 starter kit includes a supply of ink, which is enough for 14 thousand black and white and 11.2 thousand color prints. And if the client does not use them up in 2 years, then no one will send him additional ink, as well as return the spent 40 euros. In addition, the program does not apply to all models of Ecotanks, and in special cases, Epson has the right to unilaterally terminate the contract with the client.

List of eligible models:

  • color ET-2600, ET-2650, ET-2700, ET-2710, ET-2711, ET-2720, ET-2726, ET-2750, ET-2756 , ET-3700, ET-3750, ET-4500, ET-4700, ET-4750,
  • monochrome ET-M1100, ET-M1120, ET-M1140, ET-M1170, ET-M2140, ET-M2170, ET-M3140, ET-M3170.

At the current exchange rate (July 2019), 40 euros equate to approximately 2,800 rubles. For this money, you can buy 4 sets of water-based InkTec E0010 ink (each set contains 4 bottles of 100 ml).

E0010 is suitable for refilling, for example, L3050. The original set of ink (4 bottles of 70 ml), according to the manufacturer, is enough for 4500 black and white and 7500 color prints A4 type ISO. It is easy to calculate the ratio of 70 and 400 ml, thus obtaining the number of prints on 4 sets of InkTek – 25700 black and white and 42800 color prints A4 ISO. For those who do not use Print Factories for streaming photo printing (for example, in a photo salon), it is unlikely that they will be able to print such a number of images over the entire period of the device’s life, and not in 2 years.

It is worth clarifying that the Unlimited Printing program is not yet available in Russia and is unlikely to ever be. ReadyInk and InstantInk programs appeared a long time ago, but they never reached us. Apparently, subscription services are not so relevant for us yet.

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