HP DeskJet 2622 All-In-One Compact Printer Just For $19

HP DeskJet 2622 All-in-One Compact Printer for only $19, the lowest ever price from Amazon. Stack this promo with this amazing Amex deal here.

HP DeskJet 2622

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HP DeskJet 2622 Features

  • 14-Inch wide-view Full-HD nano-edge bezel touch display in 13.3” chassis with Stylus pen and Windows 10 Pre-installed
  • Intel Core i5-8250U Quad core Processor 6M Cache, up to 3.40 GHz. Up to 13 hours battery life
  • Fast storage and memory featuring 256GB SATA SSD with 8GB LPDDR3 2133MHz RAM
  • Extensive connectivity with HDMI/USB Type C, 802.11a/c WiFi, and SD Card Reader
  • Sleek and lightweight 3.1 lbs , 0.5-inch thickness,aluminum body for comfortable portability
  • Built-in fingerprint reader with one-touch login via Windows Hello feature

Main features

A wireless all-in-one printer with mobile printing.

Additional features

Enjoy hassle-free printing with features like an intuitive LCD control panel and optional HP Instant Ink, which automatically reorders ink so you can save a trip to the store.

  • Functions: Print, Scan, Copy
  • Print speed (up to): 7.5 ppm black, 5.5 ppm color
  • Wireless networking: 802.11b/g/n
  • Display:  Icon LCD
  • Dimensions (inches): 16.74 x 11.97 x 5.87
  • Input/output capacity: 60 sheets, 25 sheets
  • Weight (lb): 7.55
  • HP Scroll Scan: N/A

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