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New to the community. Would like some feedback on what would be the best all-in-one printer for my Stream Laptop-Notebook? 11.6 display. Thank you.
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Hi,

Thanks for using the HP Forums.

 

There are many printers that HP sells, depending on your needs.

 

If you print a lot, requires wireless and fax, then we'd recommend the Officejet Pro series.

 

Officejet Pro 8710/8720/8730/8740 would be our recommendation. Personally, we like the Officejet Pro 8740 as it offers 2 trays, prints really fast (Duplex speed is almost equivalent to Simplex speed), has the ADF scanner that scans both sides in 1 pass!  Really a workhorse.

 

 

If you print less, but needs photo printing, we'll recommend the Envy Series.

 

You can also check out our Instant ink (sold in some regions only), which is a suscription model and allows you to print as many pages as your subscription plan allows and HP will send you a replacement ink once the ink is low.

 

We would suggest that you take a look at hp.com and you should be able to buy a printer to suit your needs.

 

Hope that helps!

 

 

I am an HP Employee
Although I am speaking for myself and not for HP.
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