HP Photosmart 5510 e-All-in-One Printer

rate 3.3
  • Brand: HP
  • Category: Printer
  • print speed: Up to 11 ppm black, Up to 7.5 ppm color
  • networking type: Wireless

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HP's OfficeJet 5510 is an all-in-one color printer, color copier, color scanner, and color fax machine. This versatile unit is perfect for the home office or small business where space is at a premium. With HP's thermal inkjet print technology, resolutions for both black and color prints are as high as 1,200 x 1,200, with 4,800 x 1,200 optimized dpi color printing. Print speeds clock in at 17 ppm for black and 12 ppm for color (maximum, draft mode; actual speeds will vary). The 5510 has a standard input capacity of 100 sheets and up to 10 envelopes, with an output capacity of 25 sheets. It accepts a wide variety of originals, including paper (plain, inkjet, photo), envelopes, transparencies, labels, cards, HP premium media, and iron-on transfers. Supported sizes range from 3 by 5 to 8.5 by 14 inches (using the 20 sheet automatic document feeder).

Technical Details
Brand :
Printer Type :
All-In-One Printer
Technology :
Output Type :
Black Print Speed :
22 ppm
Model :
5510 e
  • ISO Speed: Up to 11 ppm black, Up to 7.5 ppm color
  • Scan Resolution: Up to 19,200 dpi (Enhanced); Scan Type: Flatbed
  • Copy Resolution: Up to 600 dpi (black graphics & text)
  • Draft speed: Up to 22 ppm black; Up to 21 ppm color
  • Copy up to 600 dpi (black graphics & text)
  • Copy: Reduce/enlarge: 25 to 400%; maximum number of copies up to 50
  • Paper Handling: 4" x 6" to 8.5" x 14"; up to 1,000 pages per month
  • Built-in wireless printing so you can print from any room without using cables
  • Print brilliant photos for albums or to enhance business documents with 4 x 6 color photo printing
  • Memory Card Slots: Print photos without using a PC
  • Print wirelessly from your iPad, iPhone, and iPod touch (Supports iOS 4.2 devices (iPad, iPhone 4, iPhone 3GS, and 3rd and 4th generation iPod touch) that support multitasking - iOS 4.2 devices require an 802.11 wireless network connection to the printer. Wireless performance is dependent upon physical environment and distance from the access point.)
  • SD and MemoryStick card slots
  • Wireless connection as standard
  • ePrint remote printing
  • Four separate ink cartridges
  • WPS automated quick wireless setup Manufacturer


Ron Z 5.0
168 of 171 people found the following review helpful
This little marvel is a great all-in-one, intended for home use or light office work. I particularly like the automatic 2-sided printing, a feature I never had before. The user friendly touchscreen is an excellent size while the pull out paper tray provides ease of loading.The 6510 has a 12" x 17" footprint although the loading tray, closed, protrudes another 2.5" in the front. The printed page returns to you also in the front. This frees up the rear enabling use of the machine with its back ag ... ainst a wall, a necessary space saver in my situation: My unit is perched on a 12" x 24" wall shelf, out of the way, wireless and ready to run.The 6510 has no automatic feeder. I mention this mainly to lighten my load, for surely I find it a much simpler task enumerating what it DOESN'T have rather than what it DOES have. HP has other models that do have automatic feeders. Besides an automatic feeder there is nothing lacking here. More >
Kennedy "bigg_doggie" 5.0
155 of 162 people found the following review helpful
Printers come and printers go ... we are a disposable society--true. The price is right for this printer and I encourage anyone who has something older to step it up a notch with all the bells and whistles newer printers--like this All-In-One; print, scan, and copy--have to offer. I looked at Epson, an excellent workhorse and I have one that prints CD's; at Canon which looks nifty but didn't have the envelope printing capability, and ultimately went again with HP. This one uses fewer ink cart ... ridges even for slick multicolored photographs on glossy paper. HP has dropped the Photo-black on this model. The nifty touchscreen is shaped like an iPhone, which I find curious and even has a slide show on how to do setup and load the paper tray which (HOORAY!) slides out for easier loading. The only difference I encountered was in initiating a scan ... toss the old HP Scan Pro and click directly on the new HP Scan 3 from your desktop or laptop. More >
Brock Kingston 5.0
95 of 102 people found the following review helpful
Was actually looking at the HP Envy line of HP printers but saw this model for half the money and as many features and gave it a shot.I am an Apple user at home. I make my money fixing Windows machines. ;-)The printer works great. I unpacked this printer and set it up completely from the touch screen panel. I never even opened the driver cd or hooked a USB cable to it. Found my 802.11n network, entered the security key, and it connected right up. Automatically connected to HP's servers after the ... internet connection and checked for firmware. It printed the HP_Eprint setup page, I followed the directions on the sheet of paper for HP_Eprinting (where you can email doc's to your printer from anywhere to be printed) and I was headed to the races.I literally spent more time removing the packing material and shipping tape from the printer then I did setting it up for actual use. More >
joana242 1.0
I'm rather disappointed. The first Photosmart 5510 I bought three months ago I had to hand right back in because it was not possible to feed paper - it would jam every sheet. Now I have the substitute but still the paper feeding is very poor. On some sheets it creates a crease in the middle. Being a teacher, I would often like to print on transparencies which was no problem with my old HP 1317 but with the HP 5510 as soon as the transparency has only a very slight bend which they usually have I ... get a jam - I have not been able yet to print a single transparency and it seems I must get my old printer repaired. As to the text printing quality, on most text pages there are one or two pixel lines missing so it looks like there is a white line through the printed sentence. I wouldn't buy this printer again. I can only use it well for scanning and creating byte-saving pdf documents - that's what my old printer can't do but I expect a little more from a printer than that. More >
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