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HP - DeskJet 3755 Wireless All-In-One Instant Ink Ready Printer - Stone

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Streamline space and productivity with this HP all-in-one printer. Compact and wireless, this printer minimizes clutter and easily connects to computers and mobile devices. This HP all-in-one printer helps you save on ink with efficient printing functions and delivers high-resolution printouts of text and graphics you'll be proud to display in business presentations.

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    Overview

    What's Included


    • Cartridge - black - HP 65
    • Cartridge - tricolor - HP 65
    • HP DeskJet 3755 Wireless All-In-One Instant Ink Ready Printer
    • USB cable

    Ratings & Reviews


    Overall Customer Rating:
    90% of customers would recommend this product to a friend (1919 out of 2137)

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    Features


    • HP Instant Ink

    Easy Replenish

    With a printer set up for Easy Replenish, you'll automatically receive shipments of the ink you need. The printer monitors its own ink levels, so you'll only receive ink when you need it.

    Be sure you have the right cartridge

    Enter your printer's model number into our Ink and Toner Finder to find compatible cartridges. Get started ›

    Prints up to 8 ISO ppm* in black, up to 5.5 ISO ppm* in color

    To generate documents quickly.

    3-in-1 functionality

    Copies, prints and scans to accommodate your business and personal needs.

    Wireless and mobile printing capability

    Connect this printer to your computer easily with built-in WiFi. Plus, print from your mobile device with Apple® AirPrint.

    Up to 4800 x 1200 dpi (dots per inch) color resolution

    High resolution for producing incredible quality and detail in documents and photos.

    1 black and 1 tri-color print cartridge

    Three dye-based inks produce vivid color in photos, and the pigment-based black ink produces crisp text.

    Supported media sizes

    Legal, A4, B5 and A6.

    USB 2.0 port for simple connectivity

    High-speed USB 2.0 port offers a standard connection to your PC or a simple way to plug in and print with a USB drive, camera or other device.

    Copies up to 4 cpm* in black, up to 2.5 ISO cpm* in color

    To ensure efficient performance.

    HP Instant Ink Compatible

    Save up to 50% on Ink with Instant Ink

    Copy resolution up to 600 x 300 dpi

    To generate copies quickly.

    Scanner with color CIS (contact image sensor)

    Allows you to scan documents in up to 600 x 1200 dpi optical resolution to reproduce exact colors and large documents.

    Apple, the Apple logo, iPod, iPad and Apple AirPrint are trademarks of Apple Computer, Inc., registered in the U.S. and other countries.

    *Print speeds vary with use. See manufacturer for info on print speeds.


    Customer rating

    Rating 4.4 out of 5 stars with 2143 reviews

    90%
    would recommend to a friend

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    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      Affordable ink! Durable printer! World's smallest!

      Posted
      Josh
      • My Best Buy® Elite MemberElite Member
      • Top 1000 ContributorTop 1000 Contributor

      This is the best printer under $70! Pros and cons. PROS: 1. Size: This is the world's smallest all-in-one printer. 2. Cost: It is an affordable printer that is also incredibly cheap for ink (<$15 for retail ink, or $3 per month for instant ink). Most home users spend $36 per year for instant ink and never run out. Other printers on the market (Epson, Brother, Canon, and old HP Deskjets) were cheap up front and expensive in the long run. This printer is affordable in the long run. 3. Durability: Printheads are built into the cartridge, so if print quality degrades you can swap out the cartridges to fix any problems. Streaks on page? Swap out cartridges! Problem fixed! This makes it a very long-lasting printer. 4. Single cartridge mode: you can print in i.e. black and white even if you don't have blue. 5. Connectivity: apple airprint, google cloud print, android drivers, windows drivers, mac drivers, you can print from Windows 10 Phones, tablets, and PC's. You can even print from blackberries and flip phones -- or any device anywhere in the world with HP ePrint. 5. Ease of use: very low maintenance. You only have to worry about two cartridges: black and color. You don't have to worry about printheads. If you sign up for HP Instant Ink you don't even have to worry about the ink! It's a very, very simple and easy printer to use. CONS: 1. Scanner: If you check the manufacturer website at hp.com and use your eyes, you'll see this has a pass-through scanner. HP removed the flatbed to reduce the size. It's great for most things, but not thicker media (books, etc.) 2. Duty cycle: This printer has a duty cycle of 1,000 pages per month, so I wouldn't recommend getting this if you're printing more than 300 pages per month. 3. Speed: This isn't the fastest printer in the world. (HP makes that too -- it's called the HP PageWide.) The speed of this $69 Deskjet 3755 is fine for the average home user, but not for heavy printers like Ph.D students. 4. Page yield (not instant ink): If you are not using instant ink, you only get about 120 standard documents in black cartridges and 100 standard documents in the color cartridges. The average person prints 43 pages per month, so you'd be buying ink regularly. Just do instant ink. Summary: This is an awesome home printer if you have internet or don't print a lot, but THIS IS NOT A BUSINESS PRINTER. Upgrade to a better printer if you want extremely fast printing or a more durable duty cycle. If you want the best "home-office" printer, check out the HP Officejet 5741. If you want the best "small business" printer, check out the HP Officejet PRO 8730. If you print heavier (hospitals, laboratories, schools, government) check out the 400-series HP Laserjet lineup.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 2 out of 5 stars

      Needed new printer - all in 1 - mistake

      Posted
      Cathyvv
      • Verified PurchaserVerified Purchase
      • My Best Buy® MemberMember

      I bought the HP 3755 a few days ago. Price was right, cartridges are reasonable, size is good for a home printer. It printed fine, but very slow and quiet. I like quiet, but am somewhat impatient. Decided I could live with that, and later found there were some settings that could speed things up. Here is where it gets dicey. I have several documents I need to scan and send to someone. Should be easy-peasy, right? (No) I downloaded the software successfully, right. (Yes, but no.) I know where the paper feed is, right, because I printed. (Right, but Wrong!) After 2+ hours, a couple of visits to HP support, where the virtual agent was completely useless - gave me hints for printers that I don't have and had the nerve to offer me support for $19.99... Well, you get my drift. Spent more time trying to figute out why the scan wouldn't work. It needs a separate app, but that didn't help. I restarted my computer, used USB connection, made sure network connection was working...still not working. After doing all that several times, I finally got to a scan screen. The print was too large to fit the entire screen on my 23" monitor, and I did not see a way to make it smaller. Ok, that I'll solve another day. It kept telling me that there was no paper in feed to scan. I checked it multiple times before it dawned on me that perhaps the to-be-scanned document didn't go through the printer feed! But where did it go? A mystery, as there were no markings on the printer to direct me. So I just started putting a document in potential feeds, and, voila, I finally found the correct feed for a scan. I may or may not return this printer. I don't love it. I will never love it. I only bought it because my old HP printer won't work with my spectrum router and HP isn't supporting their "old" hardware. The 3755 is not easy to use. I worked in IT for 20 years and both wrote and tested documentation, so I know good documentation, and this isn't it. Virtual assistant that points you to the wrong product when you have entered the model number is useless. HP Offering to help me for $19.99 when just a bit of documentation could have solved the problem...no longer an HP fan. By the way, This is not a Best Buy problem, it's an HP problem.

      No, I would not recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

      Very small

      Posted
      Turtle53
      • Verified PurchaserVerified Purchase
      • My Best Buy® MemberMember

      I am a big fan of hp printers & only ever buy hp. I had to replace an all-in-one desktop of mine that "SOMEHOW" the glass in the scanner area got shattered. Still to this day don't know what happened nor does anyone in my house for some reason...hmmm. Well, luckily hp is an inexpensive brand & I actually was gifted my last printer, so no $ lost on my part. I purchased this printer for the features & smaller size. This thing turned out to be very small & I love it! It works great & I love the wireless printing capabilities. This printer is fast & doesn't make noise for very long. It's not super quiet, but it prints so fast that it doesn't matter & it's not really loud anyways. I had to take away one star due to the scanner quality. I wasn't used to not being able to lay my document flat to scan & it took a while to be able to figure out how to get the paper to feed through straight. I still have to redo my scan a couple of times trying to get it perfectly straight sometimes. I also am not sure if I could scan something hard like a drivers license or something, so we'll see when that time comes. The quality of the scan is not as good as any other hp all-in-one I had before. It picks up any wrinkle or imperfection in the paper & you can't do much about that. It makes a copy super fast though & I do love that. It also prints out a communication page letting you know that you are connected or if you need to press a button or anything & I love that feature. The ink cartridges are very easily accessible & changed as any other hp printer. The cartridges in this printer are actually less expensive than I've purchased with any of my other hp printers that I've had before as well. I would recommend this printer for its low budget price & this is a perfect printer for space saving as well. If you want 100% perfect scans though, I'd go with an hp printer with the traditional style scanner though. Don't get me wrong, the scan quality isn't bad at all, just not as perfect as I was used to with my other hp all-in-one's.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 2 out of 5 stars

      Thanks but no thanks

      Posted
      Levi

      This is the worst printer I’ve ever had. I bought it because I was able to get it for $20 when I purchased my laptop and it seemed to have good reviews. It took me forever to setup, but they could be because of lagging WiFi. It takes for ever to print. My old printer would print a word doc page it a couple seconds, this thing takes like 20 seconds per page. It also doesn’t work half the time and that’s even when I have it plugged into my computer instead of wirelessly printing. I end up unplugging the USB after 10 minutes of it not printing and it goes ahead and decides to print the first couple lines of my document and spit out the rest of the page blank. The scanner is okay, but it does work for small documents or hard ones like a license. Overall my old printer was better and this was honestly a waste of my money. I see why they were having a special, I don’t know how they’d sell them otherwise.

      No, I would not recommend this to a friend

      • Brand response

        HP Team

        Hey Levi,

        I'm so sorry to hear that the printer is performing so slowly. This is not at all the experience that we intend to provide, so I can imagine how disappointing this must be. We want to make sure that your printer is reliable for any urgent printing needs, so I would love to help resolve this for you.

        Regarding the slow printing, often just updating the firmware can help. The firmware download can be found at: support.hp.com/us-en/drivers/selfservice/model/11262035

        As a supplement to this, the following document will also help improve slow printing if you're using Windows 10: support.hp.com/us-en/document/c05272556

        If my suggestions fall short, please don't hesitate to reach out to us for support. We're always here to help, so you can get in touch anytime via your preferred method at this link: hp.com/contactHP

        Chelsea
        HP Care
        hp.com/support HP

    • Rating: 1 out of 5 stars

      Not for college students or those without a router

      Posted
      Mell

      This was recommended to us by a Best Buy salesperson and they told us that this was a great printer for college students. When my roommate tested it at home it worked very well, the directions were simple. However, the directions supplied were only if one had a router, which college dorms do not have. My roommate and I spent 3 hours in IT services (after lugging the printer half a mile to the office) while multiple people tried to help us connect to it wirelessly. They managed it in the end, but the three hours and the very slow printing speed was hardly worth it in the end. In short, if one has a router at home, it is a simple printer that is slow but functional. But if you're a college student living in the dorms, or simply in a place that doesn't have a router, don't buy it! Find one that will be easily set up without a router.

      No, I would not recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

      Happy with printer but one start up issue (below)

      Posted
      Misty
      • Verified PurchaserVerified Purchase

      I purchased this printer for its compact size and fun mint/sea green color. I previously had a huge, bulky canon pixma printer that took up a ton of space and had very expensive ink ($60-$80 to replace all ink). I love the size and color of the HP deskjet printer and its low cost ink (just $25 total to replace black and color). I'm happy with this printer and would buy again! One thing tho - when I turned on the printer and tried installing the ink for the first time, it made a loud clunking noise, and the ink cartridges wouldn't move. There was this little black piece sticking up blocking the cartridges from moving. I ended up turning off the printer, then pushed the black piece down and released it (did this 2-3 times), then I turned on the printer again - and the black piece finally moved down, allowing the cartridges to move out. Kinda weird and concerning - but I've been using the printer for 2-3 weeks now with no issues. Printing isn't super fast, but neither was my more expensive canon printer, so I'm fine with it. Would buy again.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      I suck at technology

      Posted
      Charisma
      • Verified PurchaserVerified Purchase
      • My Best Buy® MemberMember

      I'm technology challenged so this was a feat for me to set up. I thought I'd just be able to plug it in the outlet and then plug it into my laptop and have it good to go, but that wasn't the case. After reviewing some YouTube videos on set up and format instructions, I was able to get this bad boy working (I pretty much need to follow directions better). So far, ​it has been working as expected. The size is perfect and takes up minimal space on my desk. It looks simple and sleek. I'm not sure if this would be a good printer for long term or extended continuous use as it looks like it may not be able to handle the load. Printer refills are between $11-$15 each, and I don't consider that to be too pricey, but then again, I'm not printing massive amounts of documents. If you want a compact printer, scanner, copier, with basic capabilities, this one is for you.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 1 out of 5 stars

      Worst connectivity issues

      Posted
      Amanda
      • My Best Buy® MemberMember

      I've been using wireless printers forever and I have never never NEVER in my adult life had so many connectivity issues. I use both Windows and MAC OS and I've had intermittent connectivity issues with both platforms. At first, my printer connected fine, no issues. Then, after an update, it wanted a pin from my Apple products that I did not have and for the life of me could not find. I eventually discovered I had to press combo buttons on the printer itself to retrieve information I needed with an everchanging WPS pin to connect to the wifi. THEN on my windows laptop the printer decided one day to stop connecting and required a whole new setup to connect and it STILL isn't working properly. I got this printer because it is a space saver but it has just been endlessly frustrating. Also, it prints slowly and NOTHING is intuitive about its functionality.

      No, I would not recommend this to a friend



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