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Posted 4 May 2023

HP DeskJet 3762 All-in-One Wireless Inkjet Printer + 500 Sheets of Paper & 4 Months Instant Ink - £29.99 Delivered @ Ebuyer (UK Mainland)

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Delivery cost now free 21/05

A budget printer, which is well priced, considering there's the 4 months instant ink to be had, as well as 500 sheets of paper.

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Product overview
Get the compact printing power and wireless independence you need to print, scan, and copy from virtually any mobile device.1 The world’s smallest all-in-one printer,2 this affordable printer is designed to fit—and look good—virtually anywhere.
Dynamic security enabled printer

The tiny all-in-one that packs a punch
Save space and get the power you need with the world’s smallest all-in-one printer.

Fits your budget, fits your needs
Print 2.5x as many pages with optional Original HP high-yield ink cartridges.

Quickly print right from your mobile device
he easiest way to print documents, photos, and more from your Apple, Android, and Windows devices.

  • Print speed black (ISO) - Up to 8 ppm
  • Print speed color (ISO) - Up to 5.5 ppm
  • First page out black (A4, ready) - As fast as 15 sec
  • First page out color (A4, ready) - As fast as 18 sec
  • Recommended monthly page volume - 50 to 200
  • Print technology HP - Thermal Inkjet
  • Print quality black (best) - Up to 1200 x 1200 rendered dpi
  • Print quality color (best) - Up to 4800 x 1200 optimized dpi color (when printing from a computer and 1200 input dpi)
  • Display - 7 segment + icon LCD
  • Processor speed - 360 MHz
  • Number of print cartridges - 2 (1 black, 1 Tri-color)
  • Print languages - HP PCL 3 GUI
  • HP ePrint capability - Yes
  • Mobile printing capability - Apple AirPrint
  • Wi-Fi - Direct Printing
  • Wireless capability - Yes, built-in Wi-Fi 802.11b/g/n
  • Connectivity - standard 1 Hi-Speed USB 2.0
  • Network ready - Standard (built-in WiFi 802.11b/g/n)
  • Minimum System Requirements - Windows 10, 8.1, 8, 7: 32-bit or 64-bit, 2 GB available hard disk space, CD-ROM/DVD drive or Internet connection, USB port, Internet Explorer. Windows Vista: (32-bit only), 2 GB available hard disk space, CD-ROM/DVD drive or Internet connection, USB port, Internet Explorer 8. Windows XP SP3 or higher (32-bit only): any Intel Pentium II, Celeron or 233 MHz compatible processor, 850 MB available hard disk space, CD-ROM/DVD drive or Internet connection, USB port, Internet Explorer 8
  • Minimum System Requirements for Macintosh - OS X v10.11 El Capitan, OS X v10.10 Yosemite, OS X v10.9 Mavericks, OS v10.15 Catalina, 1 GB HD
  • Internet
  • USB

Compatible Operating Systems
  • Windows 11
  • Windows 10
  • Windows 8
  • Windows 7
  • Windows Vista
  • iOS

More Specifications
  • Memory card compatibility - None
  • Memory 64 MB - Integrated DDR1
  • Maximum Memory - 64 MB Integrated DDR1
  • Paper handling input - standard 60-sheet input tray
  • Paper handling output - standard 25-sheet output tray
  • Duplex printing - Manual (driver support provided)
  • Media sizes - custom 76 x 127 to 216 x 356 mm
  • Media types - Plain paper, Matte Brochure Papers, Glossy Brochure Papers, Photo papers, Envelopes, Other - specialty inkjet papers
  • Media weight - recommended 75 g/m²
  • Borderless printing - No
  • Scan size - maximum 216 x 297 mm
  • Scan size (ADF) - maximum 216 x 355 mm
  • Scanner type - Single-page document feeder
  • Scan file format - Scan File Type supported by Software: Bitmap (.bmp), JPEG (.jpg), PDF (.pdf), PNG (.png), TIFF (.tif)
  • Scan resolution - optical Up to 600 dpi
  • Digital sending standard features - No
  • File Format Supported- PDF / JPG
  • Copy Speed - Black (maximum, A4) Up to 4 cpm
  • Copy Speed - Color (maximum, A4) Up to 2.5 cpm
  • Copy resolution - (black text) Up to 300 x 300 dpi
  • Copy resolution - (color text and graphics) Up to 300 x 300 dpi
  • Copies - maximum Up to 9 copies
  • Power - World wide Input voltage 100 to 240 VAC (+/- 10%), 50/60 Hz (+/- 3 Hz). High voltage: Input voltage 200 to 240 VAC (+/- 10%), 50/60 Hz (+/- 3Hz). Not dual voltage, power supply varies by part number with # Option code identifier.
  • Power consumption - 0.06 watts (Off), 2.2 watts (Standby), 0.69 watt (Sleep)
  • Sustainable impact specifications - No
  • Operating temperature range - 5 to 40ºC
  • Recommended operating humidity range - 20 to 80% RH
  • Minimum dimensions (W x D x H) - 403 x 177 x 141 mm
  • Maximum dimensions (W x D x H) - 403 x 451 x 264 mm
  • Weight - 2.33 kg
  • Manufacturer Warranty - This Product include one-year technical support
  • one-year limited hardware warranty
  • access to 24/7 web support services through hp.com/sup…700

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  1. keviw's avatar

    Want £15.00 to deliver to the Isle of Wight !!!

    I think these companies think we're in the middle of the North Atlantic !!
    KennyMax's avatar
    Same in Scottish Highlands...
  2. ceph042_'s avatar
    does this have duplex printing?
    Fox_Gaming's avatar
    • Duplex printing - Manual (driver support provided)
  3. darren_hooker's avatar
    How do you go about getting free ink for the 4 months.. Do they get sent automatically or do you have to order them etc.. Tia
    OldGrump's avatar
    Its their instant ink program. You get a special cartridge which is replaced when it gets low. There is normally a card in the box to claim your free months . You can normally get extra months using codes FREEINK and getting a referral from an existing instant ink user
  4. FrugalFergal's avatar
    I haven't had a printer for almost 20 years so I'm sorry for asking some dumb questions.

    I might need to print maybe a half a dozen pages once every six months.

    I normally just pop into Rymans with a USB stick and its about a fiver a pop.

    Would I be better off buying one of these? I just worry if I don't print something regularly the ink cartridges would gum up. Im assuming I can just use a regular in cartridge rather than subscribe.

    I could just print a token page once a month but is it really worth my buying a printer at all given my low usage?
    ashyt16turbo's avatar
    If you're an irregular colour printer then I'd suggest buying a printer that has ink cartridges that have the print head built in.
    If it dries up you only need to change the ink cartridge not the whole printer.
    This seems to take 304 cartridges which have the print head. (edited)
  5. Sem-M's avatar
    That's not a bad price for a simple printer and paper and its wireless. I would just cancel the instant ink and use the cartridges provided. Also, I usually fill my own cartridges (messy sometimes), so I would make sure it's a cartridge that can be refilled and print something ever so often so the cartridges don't dry up.
    If your a regular printer user then instant ink is a good deal without the refill headache.
    gavin1's avatar
    If you use the instant ink part of the deal is you agree to use HP cartridges for the life of the printer.   

    once the chip thinks it’s hot the max no of pages it will report the cart as empty.  Refilling usually doesn’t help in this case.
  6. MdNadim_Sharif's avatar
    You can also get additional 3 months.
    loopz's avatar
  7. HikeUKDeals's avatar
    I was sceptical about instant ink, but 4 months, with 750 pages per month (full colour photo ptints if you want) it pays for itself !
    MdNadim_Sharif's avatar
    you can get additional 3 months
  8. James_Morrell's avatar
    Hp are absolutely awful for these printers now. Do yourself a favour and buy another brand
  9. Nicmann's avatar
    Are these consecutive months? What if I don’t use up the ink during those first few months? Does it roll over, or do they send the cartridge out anyway?
  10. Fox_Gaming's avatar
    This worth it as just a scanner (and maybe for photos) to go alongside a Brother printer or are their cheaper scanners about?
  11. Danny_Brown's avatar
    Mine broke as soon after the warranty ran out
  12. kirky666's avatar
    Is it easy enough to cancel Instant Ink? Cartridges generally last me years so not keen on a monthly payment after the free months
    spannerzone's avatar
    The cartridges will stop working once the subscription has been cancelled. Yes I know it sounds like I'm joking!

    Why won't my printer print after I cancelled the HP Instant Ink service?You can’t use HP Instant Ink cartridges after you cancel your service. Why? Because Instant Ink is an alternate way to print, where you pay for the pages you print, not for ink cartridges. Just as with a cell phone plan you can only make calls as long as you are enrolled with your cell phone provider, you can only print with Instant Ink cartridges while you are enrolled in an Instant Ink plan. If you cancel, you must buy regular HP ink cartridges to resume printing.
  13. Pricklerickle's avatar
    I had mine few years still getting free ink,15 pages a day
    adil171's avatar
  14. Adam's avatar
    50224055-1toQI.jpgFree delivery now available.
  15. Micrometeoroid's avatar
    Good deal
  16. murphwiz's avatar
    Not borderless, pointless if you want to print photos.
    But cheap basic printer.
  17. gavin1's avatar
    Be aware if you take up the instant ink offer you can put later use non HP carts, they will be permanently locked out
    A_Boss's avatar

    Can you provide the source where you go this info from?
  18. darren_hooker's avatar
    Hey guys I've got this printer.. If you ever have the printer error "unavailable" please don't spend two hours trying to sort it like this mug lol.. It was simply because my WiFi had reverted to a different router.. Once I put them on the same WiFi network the printer came up as available.. Haha
  19. darren_hooker's avatar
    I've bought 2 of these now.. Its a cracking printer at a great price.. Got the second one for £29.99 but no free paper but I have 500 sheets from my first printer.. Alls good
  20. RedXI's avatar
    Ordered as my old DeskJet just died. Thanks
  21. budgiebridie's avatar
    Got this delivered today, the box/booklet say 4 months free ink but when I try and sign up it only offers 2 months. Anyone else had this issue? (edited)
    ashyt16turbo's avatar
    I strongly advise doing a bit of research before signing up for instant ink especially with their latest shenanigans.
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