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HP DeskJet 3755 Compact Wireless Printer Review

Updated on October 23, 2020 | by Manpreet Kaur Sandhu

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There’s that old saying that ‘bigger is better’, but everyone knows sometimes the opposite is true. HP magnifies its DeskJet 3755 all-in-one printer as the world’s smallest home printer. 

This printer is so compact and so lightweight that it is well worth the price. It is not noisy and its WiFi printing is amazing and very handy. 

HP DeskJet 3755 is a color inkjet all-in-one printer from HP, with scan and copy functions, WiFi networking, and wireless printing with Google Cloud Print and Apple AirPrint. It works with Windows as well as macOS.

The capacity of the main paper tray is rather small i.e., just 60 sheets but the Wi-Fi-enabled smallest multifunction unit, 3755 will sway a lot of consumers, particularly those who don’t like big computing peripherals taking up space.

DeskJet is available in 7 beautiful two-tone mix colors such as; Electric Blue, Sea Grass, Dragonfly Blue, Sporty Purple, Cardinal Red, Stone, and Poppy Pink.

Design: 

DeskJet 3755 has a small 1.2-inch small single-digit monochrome LCD that also displays icons to indicate Wi-Fi Direct connection, wireless status, error conditions, signal strength, and ink levels. Around the LCD, there are buttons & indicator lights to connect to Wi-Fi Direct and HP’s Web Services.

You can connect DeskJet 3755 directly to a PC with a USB cable, or to your network router wirelessly with WiFi.

DeskJet only weighs 5.13 pounds and requires a space that measures 11(High) by 15.7(Wide) by 19.3(Deep) inches. So, its small size and lightweight make it a good choice for those who have a space issue.

Print Quality:

  • HP DeskJet 3755’s overall text quality is average, 
  • It has sub-par graphics and above-par photo quality. 
  • However, with graphics, it suffers from uneven distribution of ink, moderate banding, a regular pattern of faint striations 
  • The printer is above average for printing your own graphics, 
  • But not really suitable for printing documents such as PowerPoint handouts meant for public distribution.

This printer is so compact and so lightweight that it is well worth the price. It is not noisy and its WiFi printing is amazing and very handy. 

HP DeskJet 3755 is a color inkjet all-in-one printer from HP, with scan and copy functions, WiFi networking, and wireless printing with Google Cloud Print and Apple AirPrint. It works with Windows as well as macOS.

The capacity of the main paper tray is rather small i.e., just 60 sheets but the Wi-Fi-enabled smallest multifunction unit, 3755 will sway a lot of consumers, particularly those who don’t like big computing peripherals taking up space.

DeskJet is available in 7 beautiful two-tone mix colors such as; Electric Blue, Sea Grass, Dragonfly Blue, Sporty Purple, Cardinal Red, Stone, and Poppy Pink.

Design: 

DeskJet 3755 has a small 1.2-inch small single-digit monochrome LCD that also displays icons to indicate Wi-Fi Direct connection, wireless status, error conditions, signal strength, and ink levels. Around the LCD, there are buttons & indicator lights to connect to Wi-Fi Direct and HP’s Web Services.

You can connect DeskJet 3755 directly to a PC with a USB cable, or to your network router wirelessly with WiFi.

DeskJet only weighs 5.13 pounds and requires a space that measures 11(High) by 15.7(Wide) by 19.3(Deep) inches. So, its small size and lightweight make it a good choice for those who have a space issue.

Print Quality:

  • HP DeskJet 3755’s overall text quality is average, 
  • It has sub-par graphics and above-par photo quality. 
  • However, with graphics, it suffers from uneven distribution of ink, moderate banding, a regular pattern of faint striations 
  • The printer is above average for printing your own graphics, 
  • But not really suitable for printing documents such as PowerPoint handouts meant for public distribution.

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