At its best, the HP Officejet 7000 produces high-quality output on plain paper - and does so cheaply. Its features restrict it to use by small workgroups or home offices, however. For a faster and better-equipped (but costlier) option, check out its older cousin, HP's Officejet Pro K8600dn.
We didn't think we'd be saying this about an HP printer, but it really does look as if the company has taken its eye off the ball. Be it problems feeding A3 paper, inordinate processing times, dowdy photo prints or the A3 paper stop on an A3+ printer, it doesn't do what it should and really can't be recommended.
(Les notes de la presse sont données à titre indicatif et représentent une interprétation du test par Numerama)
Fiche technique du HP Officejet 7000 Wide Format Printer