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What is the difference between the HP5010 and the HP5030 printers. The only difference I can see, is how much paper they hold in the trays

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Model names might indicate actual differences, for example

  • Tray capacity
  • Number of trays
  • Features (including supported Media - kind of paper, paper sizes, duplex, borderless)

 

Models might differ due to 

  • Region in which the model is offered (For example, a model purchased UK as opposed to the USA will likely be designated with a different model name in the same series)
  • Retailer that sells the model:  Costco may have its own model as might Walmart.  For example - these printers may (or may not) offer the same features as the similarly named model printer at the HP Store. 

 

The differences, both in features and / or regional sales, might be minuscule or more significant.

 

  • Read the Specifications for the printer of your choice.
  • If more than one model of the same printer is available at the  HP Store, (you can) run a side-by-side comparison of the two models.

 

Reference:

  Store/HP.com USA Sales: 1-866-625-3906

  Not your store?  Scroll to the bottom of the website and click the Flag to change regions.

 

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