An all-in-one HP wireless printer for under $150. That sounds like a good deal now, let alone when it was released in 2012. The price hasn’t changed much, though: the HP Officejet 6600 still goes for a little under $120 on Amazon, depending on how many cartridges you get and what state the cloud printing machine is in.

Although it wasn’t exactly revolutionary when it came out, it served its purpose well and catered to the right audience. The somewhat-dull black appearance is going to make those times when the HP printer not printing black even more annoying, but the overall usability of the device should more than make up for it. The HP Officejet 6600 PDF manual also explains how to set up the wireless option, which was quite a novelty back in the day. Remember cables?

Past that, you have a decent LCD screen (especially for the budget) that’s easy enough to navigate. One thing we’ve found interesting, though, is that the 6600 isn’t eligible for the HP Instant Ink program. Now why is that? Very similar models are on the list, and since this is a colored printer, one must assume HP has a grudge against this line. At any rate, that means you’ll find HP Officejet 6600 Ink on your own.

Where can I find the HP Officejet 6600 PDF Manual?

If you got a used model, chances are you’ll be doing quite a few other things on your own as well. From cartridge realignments to minor repairs, there’s plenty of things that an older printer can ask you to do. Fortunately, most of these are covered in the HP Officejet 6600 PDF manual. You can download it here, and you’ll become a printer technician in no time: https://sharedf.com/hp-officejet-6600-manual/