The HP DeskJet 2755e is an all-in-one budget printer designed for home use. Unfortunately, it has a very low page yield, so printing in black or color ink isn't cost-effective. It's also very slow at printing, and it can't automatically print double-sided sheets, so you need to manually flip over each page when prompted and then continue the print job. While it has incredible color accuracy, the photo printing quality is only mediocre, which isn't ideal if you intend to print many pictures.
The HP DeskJet 2755e is mediocre for family use. It doesn't yield many pages, which results in a high cost-per-print for both black and color prints. It prints very slow, and it can't automatically print double-sided documents. On the plus side, it has a high-resolution flatbed scanner and incredible color accuracy, but its photo printing quality is only mediocre.
The HP DeskJet 2755e is terrible for small or home offices. It doesn't yield many pages, resulting in a disappointingly high cost-per-print. It doesn't have an automatic document feeder, automatic duplex printing or scanning, and it's very slow at printing.
The HP DeskJet 2755e is inadequate for students. Because of its terribly low page yields, you need to replace the cartridges often, which causes a very high cost-per-print. It's very slow at printing documents, it can't automatically print double-sided sheets, and it doesn't support Bluetooth printing. On the bright side, it does have other wireless connectivity options.
The HP DeskJet 2755e is bad for black and white printing. It has a terribly low black page yield, resulting in a very high cost-per-print, and there's no automatic document feeder to process multi-page scans. Also, it's very slow at printing, and it can't automatically print double-sided documents, so you need to manually flip over each page before the other side can print.
The HP DeskJet 2755e is just okay for casual photos. It has incredible color accuracy, but its photo printing quality is mediocre. Images have a lot of graininess and banding present. Also, since the page yield is so low, its cost-per-print for color prints and photos is very high.
The HP DeskJet 2755e has a disappointing build quality and design. It doesn't have a paper tray; instead, it has a rear feeder that can hold a maximum of 60 pages. Paper jams are a bit tough to reach since you need to fit your hand through the small front compartment, which may be difficult if you have large hands. Also, the flatbed scanner lid's hinges can't extend to scan thick items. Its plastic body feels solid, and the power cord is removable, making it easier to replace if necessary.
The HP DeskJet 2755e has a very small LCD screen. It's hard to see while seated, and there's no way to tilt it to make it more visible. However, it has okay viewing angles from the side, and it's easy to read when standing and looking directly down at it. There are seven physical buttons for Power, Cancel, Resume, Info, Color Copy, and Black Copy.
The HP DeskJet 2755e yields a terribly low number of pages for both black and color prints, so you need to replace the cartridges very often. Also, there's just one color cartridge, so you need to dispose of the entire cartridge even if only one color is running low. Fortunately, there's a high-yield cartridge size available that should last you longer, although we haven't tested it. Note that this is an HP+ enabled printer that accepts original HP cartridges only. While the printer accepts third-party remanufactured HP cartridges, using them may void the warranty.
The HP DeskJet 2755e has a flatbed scanner with high resolution and color depth; however, the lid's hinges can't extend to scan thick items. There's no automatic document feeder, and it can't automatically process double-sided scans, so scanning long, double-sided sheets is tedious since you need to manually flip over each sheet and scan them individually on the flatbed.
It has a disappointing cost-per-print. Although the cartridges are relatively cheap, the very low page yield means you need to replace the cartridges often. This printer is an HP+ enabled printer with a six-month subscription to HP Instant Ink, which sends you ink whenever your printer detects that the cartridges are running low.
Keep in mind that even if you print only in black, most inkjet printers continue using the color cartridge for servicing tasks, so you may still need to replace it eventually.
The HP DeskJet 2755e is very slow at printing black-text documents and color prints. While it isn't very fast at printing photos, the speed is reasonable. The printer can print double-sided sheets, but it can't do it automatically. The printer should prompt you to turn over the sheet once the first side is printed.
It has fantastic color accuracy, and it's one of the highest we've tested. However, it may still not be good enough for professionals requiring exact color reproduction.
The photo printing quality on the HP DeskJet 2755e is mediocre. There's a lot of vertical banding present across many areas, especially in gray areas. It's also very grainy. If you're looking for a printer that produces photos with better quality at a similar price point, consider the Canon PIXMA TS3520.
These results are based on the actual physical photo, not the scanned image provided for reference above, which may not represent the printer's photo print quality.
The HP DeskJet 2755e supports Bluetooth for setup purposes only; you can't use it to print.
The HP DeskJet 2755e is compatible with HP Smart. It has decent features, like letting you print PDFs and photos, manage your Instant Ink subscription, order new ink, and perform maintenance tasks. You can also scan from the printer's flatbed or by using your device's camera; however, the maximum resolution is 300 DPI. Note that the Private Pickup feature on the app isn't supported on the HP DeskJet 2755e.
The HP DeskJet 2755e is a budget model designed for home use. Like most family printers in its price range, it has a terrible page yield and a high cost-per-print. However, it has incredible color accuracy, one of the best we've tested. Unfortunately, while the color accuracy would make it an ideal choice for printing photos, produced images are grainy and have lots of banding present.
The HP DeskJet 2722 and the HP DeskJet 2755e are nearly identical, but the 2755e comes with a free six-month subscription to HP Instant Ink. They both have a flatbed scanner, decent connectivity options, and use the same HP Smart app. Otherwise, the 2755e has a faster photo printing speed, color accuracy, and a slightly higher color page yield. On the other hand, the 2722 has a higher black page yield and better photo printing quality.
The HP DeskJet 2755e is nearly identical to the HP DeskJet 2755, but there are a few performance differences, and it comes with a free six-month subscription to HP Instant Ink. Otherwise, the 2755 yields slightly more black pages resulting in a slightly lower cost-per-print, but the difference is marginal. The 2755e has better color accuracy, but its photo printing quality is the same as the 2755. Note that neither printer can automatically print double-sided documents.
The HP ENVY Pro 6455 and the HP DeskJet 2755e are similar family printers, but the 6455 performs slightly better, and it has an automatic document feeder. The 6455 is a better choice if you want to print photos since it has excellent color accuracy and produces photos that don't have as much banding and graininess as the pictures from the 2755e do. It's also a better choice for black-and-white documents since it yields more black pages, resulting in a lower cost-per-print. Also, the 6455 can print double-sided sheets automatically, while you need to manually flip them on the 2755e.
The Canon PIXMA MG3620 and the HP DeskJet 2755e are simple family printers with flatbed scanners, but the Canon is better overall. The Canon has a higher page yield, a much lower cost-per-print, a faster printing speed, and much better photo printing quality. It can also automatically print double-sided sheets, while the HP requires you to manually flip over pages. However, the HP has a display screen, better color accuracy, and Wi-Fi Direct.
The Epson EcoTank ET-3760 is much better than the HP DeskJet 2755e, especially since it uses a supertank. Instead of disposable cartridges, the Epson has four refillable ink tanks that yield many pages, which helps to keep the cost-per-print much lower than the HP's. What's more, the Epson prints much faster and automatically prints double-sided sheets, unlike the HP. While its color accuracy isn't nearly as good as the HP's, the Epson's photo printing quality is still better, so you may prefer this option for printing pictures.
The HP OfficeJet Pro 9015 and the HP DeskJet 2755e are for different uses. The 2755e is a budget family printer for occasional printing and scanning, so it lacks many office-oriented features the 9015 has. The 9015 has an automatic document feeder and a duplex scanning feature, a much faster printing speed, and an Ethernet port. The 9015 has a much higher page yield since it's used for offices that print a lot of documents frequently; this results in a much lower cost-per-print. Also, it supports duplex printing, so you don't need to flip over each page yourself like on the 2755e.
The Canon PIXMA TS3520 and the HP DeskJet 2755e are both all-in-one color inkjet printers, but the Canon is better for photos and families, while the HP is better for students. The Canon has a higher color document page yield at a significantly lower cost-per-print, and it produces much better-quality photos. Its flatbed scanner lid's hinges can raise for scanning slightly thicker objects. On the other hand, the HP has a better black page yield and black text document cost-per-print, and it prints significantly more accurate colors.
The Canon PIXMA TR7520 is better for home office use than the HP DeskJet 2755e. It yields significantly more black and color pages, so you won't need to replace the cartridges as often, keeping the cost-per-print significantly lower. Also, it has an automatic document feeder to process multi-page documents. The Canon also supports automatic duplex scanning, so you don't need to manually flip over each page like you do on the HP. While its color accuracy isn't as incredible as the HPs', the Canon has much better photo printing quality, making it a better choice for photos.