HP Photosmart C4780 Drivers for Windows and Mac
This download file contains the printer driver for the HP Photosmart C4780 All-in-One Printer series, the drivers are required to connect the printer to your computer. Set up your printer using the built-in printer driver for Windows operating system users. Below, you can find printer drivers that are compatible with Windows and Mac operating systems.
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|Windows 11/10/10 x64/8.1/8.1 x64/8/8 x64/7/7 x64
|Windows 10 x64/8.1 x64/8 x64/7 x64
|Windows 11/10/10 x64/8.1/8.1 x64
|HP Smart for Desktop
HP Photosmart C4780 is a multi-function printer that can also scan and copy documents in addition to printing them. These capabilities are combined into a single printer unit for your convenience. It prints quickly and has an easy-to-setup design, and it also has a flatbed scanner integrated right in.
The inkjet printer from HP called the Photosmart C4780 produces excellent print quality. In addition, the C4780 is capable of producing documents at a rate of up to 23 pages per minute (ppm) in color and 29 ppm (ppm) in black and white (ppm). The output that is produced by this printer series is also quite high quality. This is because the print resolution of this series may reach up to 1200 dots per inch.
The printing functionality of the Photosmart C4780 printer is compatible with both wireless and USB connecting options. However, the issue manifests itself more frequently when an effort is made to print from Google Cloud Print while connected to a WiFi network. When there is a paper jam, it is quite difficult for you to remove the obstruction.
In every respect, the C4780 printer outperforms its HP counterpart, the Photosmart 6520. The low page yield and high cost per print of the C4780 are to blame for this situation.
The C4780 utilizes original HP inks, which are responsible for the laser-quality text and vibrantly colored images that it produces. The technology contained in the cartridges enables you to finish printing important jobs even after all of the ink has been used up. Always use the original ink cartridges that come with your printer to ensure that the warranty product remains valid.