HP Smart Tank 7301 Wireless All-In-One Inkjet Printer

Model Number: c07593974
Web Code: 15781890

HP Smart Tank 7301 Wireless All-In-One Inkjet Printer


Print, scan, and copy all from one machine with the HP Smart Tank 7301 Wireless All-In-One Inkjet Printer. It boasts speeds up to 15 ppm black and white and 9 ppm colour print speeds ensure quick production of documents and an automatic document feeder helps keep your hands free for other tasks during large print jobs, plus the 5,000-page monthly capacity is large enough for your busy schedule.
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Print, scan, and copy all from one machine with the HP Smart Tank 7301 Wireless All-In-One Inkjet Printer. It boasts speeds up to 15 ppm black and white and 9 ppm colour print speeds ensure quick production of documents and an automatic document feeder helps keep your hands free for other tasks during large print jobs, plus the 5,000-page monthly capacity is large enough for your busy schedule.

  • Print, scan, and copy functions let you do it all from one machine
  • 2.4/5G dual band Wi-Fi, Wi-Fi Direct, Bluetooth LE, USB 2.0, HP Smart app, Apple AirPrint, and Mopria Certified connectivity let your print from all sorts of sources
  • Up to 15 ppm black and white and 9 ppm colour print speeds ensure quick production of documents
  • Up to 13 cpm black and white and 6 cpm colour copy speeds mean reproductions are fast and consistent
  • Up to 1200 x 1200 rendered dpi black and white and 4800 x 1200 colour print resolutions mean documents are crisp and clear
  • Up to 1200 x 1200 dpi scan resolution creates excellent-quality digital reproductions of physical documents
  • Up to 600 x 600 dpi copy resolution keeps documents consistent in quality from one batch to the next
  • Up to 5,000 pages monthly capacity is large enough to handle your busy schedule
  • 250-sheet input tray and 100-sheet output tray hold plenty of pages in a convenient place
  • Automatic document feeder helps keep your hands free for other tasks during large print jobs
  • Compatible with Windows 10, 7; macOS v10.14 Mojave, macOS v10.15 Catalina, and macOS v11 Big Sur operating systems
  • Compatible with page sizes up to 8.5" x 11"
  • Compatible with HP 32 90-ml Black bottle, HP 32XL 135-ml Black bottle HP 31 70-ml Cyan bottle, HP 31 70-ml Magenta bottle, and HP 31 70-ml Yellow bottle ink cartridges


HP DeskJet
Print Technology
Print Technology
Printer Type
Colour/Black & White

Printer Features

Total Ink Tanks/Cartridges
1 x Black; 3 x Colour
Automatic Document Feeder

Paper Handling

Maximum Document Print Size
8.5 x 11 in
Maximum Input Paper Capacity
250 Sheets
Maximum Output Paper Capacity
100 Sheets
Print Resolution - Black
1200 dpi
Print Resolution - Colour (If Applicable)
4800 x 1200 dpi
Available Print Modes
Built-in Full Colour Display
Media Type Handling
Plain Paper, HP Photo Papers, HP Matte Brochure or Professional Paper, HP Matte Presentation Paper, HP Glossy Brochure or Professional Paper, Other Photo Inkjet Papers, Other Matte Inkjet Papers, Other Glossy Inkjet Papers, Plain Paper, Light/Recycled


Scanner Type
Scan Resolution - Hardware
1200 dpi
Scan Resolution - Software Enhanced
1200 dpi
Colour Depth
Scan Speed
3 ppm
Maximum Scan Size
8.5 x 11.69 in
2-Sided Scanning


Copy Resolution - Black
600 dpi
Copy Resolution - Colour
600 dpi
Copy Speed - Black
13 CPM
Copy Speed - Colour
Multiple Copies
Up to 99 copies


Type of Interface
2.4/5G dual band Wi-Fi, Wi-Fi Direct, Bluetooth low energy
Wireless Network Connectivity
2.4/5G Dual Band Wi-Fi
Network Printing
Computer Free Printing
HP Smart app; Apple AirPrint; Chrome OS; Mopria-certified; Wireless direct printing

Other Print Options

AirPrint Support
Google Cloud Print


256 MB
Operating System Compatibility
Windows 10, 7; macOS v10.14 Mojave, macOS v10.15 Catalina, macOS v11 Big Sur

Cartridge Compatibility

Black Ink Cartridges
HP 32 90-ml Black bottle (~4000 pages), HP 32XL 135-ml Black bottle (~6000 pages)
Colour Ink Cartridges
HP 31 70-ml Cyan bottle (~8000 pages), HP 31 70-ml Magenta bottle (~8000 pages), HP 31 70-ml Yellow bottle (~8000 pages)


42.74 cm
24.02 cm
28.39 cm
Width (Inches)
16.83 in
Height (Inches)
9.46 in
Depth (Inches)
11.18 in
7.7 kg

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Of the 217 reviewers who responded, 183 would recommend this product.

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  • HP Smart Tank 7301: Excellent Printer
    Verified BuyerReviewed by Philip G - March 17, 2022

    I have had this printer for about 2 to 3 weeks now, and the printer works as expected with minimal to no printing issues over Wi-Fi. The initial setup of the printer was somewhat annoying due to the HP Smart app. The HP Smart app had saved the wrong Wi-Fi password in the autofill option, which resulted in having to reset the printer to factory settings in order to restart the Wi-Fi setup process in the HP Smart app. The factory reset was the annoying part because I had to find that solution online, which I eventually did through a HP customer service support video, entitled "Unable to Connect Wi-Fi | Printer Not Found | HP Smart Tank 670 720 750 6000 7000 7300 | @HPSupport." After figuring out the solution, I manually inserted the password on HP Smart app instead of autofilling the password, and everything worked perfectly. I love that the HP Smart app can report the current levels of both ink and paper supply. The HP Smart app also has the ability to scan directly from the app as well as a few other nifty, miscellaneous features. I was also initially disappointed that the printer did not have a touchscreen or analog menu, but the HP Smart app basically does everything that you would need from a touchscreen or analog menu, so it is really a minor inconvenience. Overall, the printer is great. I bought the HP Smart Tank printer over the Epson Ecotank printer because of the reliability of a HP printer, my familiarity with HP printers, and the ease of customer support. I would recommend this printer to family and friends, especially since the printer is more environmentally friendly and can save money and time when compared to inkjet printers that use annoying ink cartridges.

    Review originally posted on hp.com

    Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.

  • Home/Office No Problem
    Reviewed by Wishkid - October 30, 2021

    [This review was collected as part of a promotion.] HP 7300 all in one printer. It arrived nicely packed with foam and plastic wrap to protect it. This printer is white and gray and it comes with refillable ink tanks. According to the manufacturer the ink will last up to two years. Of course that will depend on how much you print. It is very well made, it is not small and it has some weight to it. On the top it has the power button, LCD screen, and 7 additional functions including the Wi-Fi. Setting it up should be simple if the instructions were in the right order. It took me literally over 2hrs to get this printer to work, and I was following the instructions which are easy to read. The problem was the instructions were out of order. Before you can connect this printer to Wi-Fi, you first need to fill all the tanks with ink, install the print heads and calibrate the printer. That may seem simple but, I will list the troubleshooting steps at the end of this review in case you encounter the same problem. Download the HP Smart app, select add new printer and follow the instructions. Once it’s fully set up, using this printer with the app is very simple. The app is very straightforward; it looks and works the same across different platforms like Android and Windows, which are the one I used. The printer is a copier and a scanner as well . You can scan using the flatbed or the automatic feeder on top. The paper tray holds up to 250 sheets and the automatic feeder 35. It prints 15ppm in black and 9ppm in color. The printing quality is extremely good and the colors were very accurate. I will say the printing speed was about average and on par with other printers I owned. This printer is also capable of printing on two side sheets. There are some advanced settings you can access through the app. Within those settings you can adjust pretty much every function and connectivity of the printer. There's even a quiet mode option. I tried that and didn’t notice any difference in the noise. I found some limitations when printing photos while using the app. You can either print fit to paper or borderless, if you want to make the picture to print smaller it wont let you. There’s an edit option to crop it but it will cut out the photo. There are other nice features such as Printables. They have a large selection of cards, craft, productivity and even coloring activities for kids. The best part is you can access them for free. Overall this printer is perfect for the home or office. It has many ways to connect to it, either via Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, Wi-Fi direct, Air print, Ethernet, Internet printing and USB 2.0. It is cost saving, eco friendly, tanks are easy to refill and their spill free. It works as intended with great printing and scanning quality. In the box you get the printer, power cable, ink bottles, print heads and manuals. Setup Process: First you need to fill all the ink tanks. You will notice when you open the cover the ink head carrier will not move to the center as it shows on the instructions (that was my experience). That being said after all the ink tanks are full, close the cover and power cycle the printer. When the printer is back on, you will notice less icons on the LCD screen. Open the cover, at this time the ink printing head carrier will move to the center. Remove the orange spill cap from the carrier and install the ink printing heads. Don't forget to remove the protective sticker from the ink printing heads. Once installed, the printer should print a Wi-Fi setup instructions and calibration page. If it doesn't print those pages, power cycle the device. Place the calibration page on the scanner flatbed and hit the scan button which will light up. At this time is when the actual printer is in setup mode ready to be connected to Wi-Fi. Now you can use the app to set up the printer.

    Review originally posted on bestbuy.com

    Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.

  • Beautiful plus No More Expensive Ink Cartridges!
    Reviewed by JimC - November 1, 2021

    [This review was collected as part of a promotion.] This printer is a superb choice if quality and cost per page is important to you. The HP 7301 Smart Tank Wireless All-in-One Printer is a very reliable, feature-rich but inexpensive, easy to use device which will economically and quietly print large quantities of documents at an excellent quality level. HP Inc. is the personal computer and printer unit spun off from the original Hewlett-Packard company. (The remaining units became Hewlett-Packard Enterprise and are focused on the corporate market.) Hewlett-Packard was founded in 1939, operating out of a garage in Palo Alto and was the original Silicon Valley tech company. It designed and built precision instruments, then created its first minicomputers in 1966. These were followed by programmable calculators, including the famous HP-80 handheld calculator. In 1984 HP introduced its first desktop inkjet and laser printers. HP developed its own personal computers then merged with Compaq in 2002. Today HP is the second-largest personal computer manufacturer (after Lenovo.) The HP Imaging and Printing Group is the leading provider in the world for personal printers, scanners and supplies. Here are the key features of this great multifunction printer: • HP 7301 Smart Tank All-in-One Color Inkjet Printer/Copier/Scanner • 2.7 inch monochrome LCD control screen • Connectivity: Self-healing Wireless (802.11b/g/n/ac), Bluetooth, USB, Ethernet 10/100 • Ink capacity/page yield: Black 90 ml = approx. 6,000 pages, Cyan/Yellow/Magenta 70 ml each = approx. 8,000 pages • Print resolution: up to 4800 x 1200 dpi • ISO print speed: 15 ppm (Black), 9 ppm (Color) • Automatic duplex (two-sided) printing • Multi-page printing on a single sheet – up to 16 pages/images per side • ISO duplex print speed: 6.5 ppm (Black), 4.5 ppm (Color) • Paper capacity: 250 sheets in lower tray • Paper sizes: Adjustable down to 3.5” width, Letter, A4, Legal, #10 envelopes • Duty cycle: Up to 5,000 pages/month • Scan function: up to 1200 x 2400 resolution, 8.5 x 11.7 inch flatbed (A4 paper size) • Copy function: up to 99 copies, reduce/enlarge (25% to 400%), borderless, duplex • Full function HP Smart app for PC, Mac and smart phones • Dimensions: 16.8 inch Wide x 14.3 inch Deep x 9.5 inch Tall • Weight: 17.0 pounds • One year/30,000 sheet limited warranty First impression: elegantly sculpted in a beautiful combination of arctic white, grey and slate with alternating colors and right angles that make the HP 7301 seem smaller than it is. It has a compact footprint (just 16.8” x 14.3”) and stands just 9.5” tall. HP cleverly designed the sheet feeder to fold flat when not in use, minimizing both the height and the width of the printer. The power cord has no bulky transformer on it so it adds to the clean look. Overall you will be pleased to share your office with this attractive unit, especially since it is very quiet. Wirelessly connected, it can be located in any convenient space – it does not need to be next to the PC it is serving. This is ideal for homes and small offices since you can also use this great device as a supplemental copier. Setting up this printer is quite easy. HP protects the printer during shipping with tape around key parts, but all of the tape is bright blue and very easy to remove. The quick setup instructions are well-written and you could just read them. But an even easier method is to download the HP Smart app to your phone. Attach the power cord to the printer, turn it on and add some paper to the tray. Then just obey the illustrated step-by-step instructions in the app. Filling the printer ink tanks seems foolproof. Once ink is loaded, snap the print heads into position and an automatic alignment process will be conducted. The HP Smart app will connect the printer to your wireless network. This was the easiest step in the setup process. The printer will automatically join the WiFi network to which your smart phone is connected. At that point the printer will be accessible to any computer or phone on that network. There are two alternates to the wireless connection option: attaching an Ethernet cable to your router or using a USB cable to your PC. If at any point in the setup you need assistance, HP has prepared excellent videos to explain the process. If you have a Windows PC just go to Settings, then Devices and select Add Printer. The HP 7301 printer will be discovered and the driver automatically downloaded. Any computer on your network should be able to access all of the printer features with the HP Smart app - a superbly designed software suite, containing easy-to-follow printing, scanning, copying, faxing and photo printing controls. The HP 7301 has a large (250 sheet) paper capacity in the lower paper drawer. It loads easily and is adjustable for multiple paper sizes. To print envelopes you must remove the paper and adjust the paper guides to the width of the envelope. If you want to use legal-size paper, the end of the paper tray extends to accommodate the longer paper stock. Print quality is really excellent, even in the economy (standard) mode. In the higher quality (business document) mode the print quality matches most laser printers I have used. The printer driver provides nice printing options like 2 on 1, 4 on 1 and up to 16 on 1 (number of page images on a single sheet of paper), borderless, scaled, fit-to-page, booklet and others. The most useful option is the automatic duplexing (two-sided printing) which it manages without drama. Photo printing quality is quite good and will satisfy most purposes. (If you want really outstanding photo printing quality you should invest in a dedicated photo printer with more than three ink colors.) This printer’s color capability will be best used in printing business documents (graphs, multi-colored text, PowerPoint slide copies, etc.) and it does a very nice job on such tasks. The printing speed is not equal to that of a laser printer but certainly acceptable at about 15 pages/minute (black) and about 9 pages/minute for color documents (speeds estimated by my own testing.) For home use and most small offices this is more than adequate. Scanning, at resolutions up to 1200 x 2400 dpi, can be managed from the HP Smart app which will scan to a PDF, stich large documents together and facilitate OCR, among other features. The copy function is accessed by two buttons on the printer, one for color copies and one for black copies. Hold the button down or tap it to increase the number of copies. It is fine, producing up to 99 copies in black print or color at 1:1 size ratio from each original. But the claim that it can shrink or enlarge originals, adjusting contrast, etc. should have an asterisk. The only way to do these functions is by first scanning the originals to a PDF, then print the PDF using the scale (zoom) setting on the print control page. There are eight control buttons on the printer (Power, ID Copy, Color Copy, Black Copy, WiFi, Information, Resume and Cancel.) Most are self-explanatory. The “Information” button produces various reports, depending upon how long you hold the button and what other buttons you press at the same time. One puzzling button on the printer is “ID Copy” which is really only useful if you want to make a copy of the front and back of a card (e.g., driver’s license, credit card, etc.) on a single sheet of paper. While this may be useful at times, it seems odd that HP would devote a button to this task. I tested each feature of the HP 7301 and all worked flawlessly (with the only quibble being the clumsy method of creating enlarged or reduced copies.) The unit seems very solid and I expect that it will work for years without complaint, given its HP heritage. The most important feature of the HP 7301 is its massive ink tanks. It holds 90 ml of black ink and a total of 210 ml of color ink (70 ml each of cyan, yellow and magenta). Those ink tanks will print about 6,000 sheets of black ink documents and about 8,000 sheets of color documents. If you print ten pages a day that initial ink supply will last you nearly four years! The best part is the incredibly low cost of the ink. The refills for the ink tanks are far less expensive than replacement cartridges. The cost comparison to standard ink cartridges is amazing. A typical replacement inkjet cartridge for other printers costs $30 to $40 and will print 220-350 pages at an ink cost per page of about $0.09. The ink cost per page of the HP Smart Tank system is about $0.004 – less than 5% of the cost of a standard inkjet printer! With a traditional inkjet printer you probably minimize your printing to avoid costly ink cartridge replacements. This HP 7301 will free you to print much more readily since you have a cost per page lower than almost any other printing device on the market. Those savings are due to the fact that you are not replacing the print head, as you must with each new ink cartridge, and the elimination of the plastic cartridge body cost. The ecological benefit of eliminating this waste is a nice bonus. And having a large supply of ink will eliminate that dreaded emergency trip to the all-night office supply store to replace an empty cartridge when you need to print a document for an early morning meeting! One caution: Be sure to print at least one page in black ink and one color copy each month to keep the ink lines from potentially drying out from lack of use. In summary, the HP Smart Tank 7301 All-in-One Inkjet Printer/Copier/Scanner is superb. I give this great printer a full five stars and my unqualified endorsement. You won’t regret this purchase!

    Review originally posted on bestbuy.com

    Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.

  • Simply Awesome HP Printer
    Reviewed by RBrylawski - October 28, 2021

    [This review was collected as part of a promotion.] This is hands down, the most expensive printer I’ve ever owned. And that is one of its virtues. If you’re like me, over the years, you’ve been through too many printers. And the one thing they all have in common is those little, all too expensive, never seem to last long, printer cartridges we all spend too much money on and never seem to have on hand when we need one. Enter the HP Smart Tank, 7300 Printer. This thing is a beast and that’s a compliment. This is the newest generation of printers, which uses reservoirs to hold large amounts of ink, which is beyond easy to fill and is supposed to last up to two years without needing to be refilled. And that my friends is if you typically print moderate to high volumes. Now I haven’t had this long enough to know, but I imagine the ink will last longer if you’re not a volume printer. HP suggests this printer is rated to print from 400 – 800 pages per month. That’s pretty high volume for a home printer. You should be able to print 8,000 color or 6,000 black pages using the Original HP ink which is included with the printer. I’d like to start with giving major KUDOS to HP on the simple, I mean utterly SIMPLE set up process for this printer. Truth be told, we’ve been all in with HP for some time. We have two HP Spectre laptops and we’ve used HP Printers for years and have been extremely happy with them all. If you have great success with a product line, it just makes sense to stick with what works. Having never owned a printer of this type, I was honestly dreading the setup. But all you do is unpack the printer. Remove some tape here, some cardboard there and plug her in. Since we’ve already been using HP Printers, we already had the HP Smart app on both laptops and all iPhone’s and iPads. But that’s the next step after you plug into power. The HP Smart application literally walks you through the next steps with easy to understand (you honestly can’t mess this up) graphics. You connect to Wifi which HP says is Self-Healing, meaning network problems are resolved without the need for you to get involved. Then you empty the bottles of ink (which you can’t drip or make a mess with if your tried) and then install the Print Heads. That was the only part I missed as there is an orange assembly which looks important where the print heads go. And I missed that you simply remove, and discard said orange assembly and then install the print heads with ease. The printer springs into action, prints a test page, which you then scan to align the print heads and you’re done. I mean YOU’RE DONE. As I mentioned, they simply couldn’t make it any easier if they tried. Now for the boring stuff, but necessary information. This puppy Prints, Scans, Copies, has an Automatic Document Feeder and of course is fully wireless. You can print up to 9 pages per minute, which is far more than any home printer I’ve ever owned. With up to 1200 x 1200 rendered DPI in black and 4800 x 1200 optimized DPI in color, there’s really nothing this printer can’t print well and in high clarity. I’ve printed lots of test pages and everything printed perfectly. It’s duplex printing capable as well. The HP 7301 is AirPrint (Apple iPhone/iPad), Mopria certified (which means it meets the Mopria Alliance standards offering a simple seamless way to print or scan to any certified multi-function printer or scanner), Android Print, Direct Print and you can print or scan using the HP Smart App which as mentioned you need to download to your computer and smart devices. Other boring, but you might want to know information is you can print up to 30 envelopes, do borderless printing, legal, Government Legal, Executive and photo printing. You can also print 99 copies at a time. Suffice to say, if you have a printing, copying, scanning need, I can’t imagine there’s anything this printer can’t do for you. In case you can’t tell, I’m simply awed by this HP Smart Tank 7301 printer. It’s great looking. It can’t honestly be easier to get her up and running. And it’s incredibly versatile, provides high volume printing and with the two years worth of ink in this printer you won’t find yourself not being able to print on a lesser printer because you didn't know your print cartridge was getting low, and you didn’t have one on hand. Printing doesn’t get better or easier for the money than this. No it doesn’t.

    Review originally posted on bestbuy.com

    Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.

  • Printer has 2 years if ink!
    Reviewed by Albert2 - May 11, 2022

    I received this printer in exchange for a review and found it to be outstanding. It is not a plug and play, as you have to pour four bottles of ink into the printer tanks and install the print head. I was surprised that this only took a few minutes, and look forward to getting a good two years of printing out of those tanks. I use the wireless WIFI function, so after selecting my network it was good to go. This printer has been on the counter behind my desk for five weeks now, and I have used the print, copy and scan to a thumb drive functions without an issue. Having and automatic document feeder(ADF) is a big plus. The print quality is very good and in my experience with HP I would expect nothing less. This printer seems well worth the price. No more cheap leaky printers with expensive ink cartridges for me!

    Review originally posted on hp.com

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