HP Deskjet 2544 review, specs and manual

By Daniel Chubb - Nov 24, 2014

The HP Deskjet 2544 Wireless All-in-One Printer will satisfy most people in terms of ink cost, it comes with great Wi-Fi support, and you will also find good print quality. Today, we are giving the HP Deskjet 2544 a review with specs insight and guiding our readers towards the full online manual.

Given HP model DJ 2544, the Deskjet all-in-one printer will allow for scanning, printing, and copying like many of these do-it-all printers. The latest models also benefit from a wireless setup and direct smartphone printing, although this printer will do all of that and work with most routers right out of the box thanks to Auto Wireless Connect.


The HP Deskjet 2544 specs include a USB 2.0 connection, HP ePrint, Apple AirPrint and Wi-Fi Direct Enabled, with a 4800×1200 dpi at 7ppm mono and 4ppm color. The paper capacity is 60 sheets at a time, manual double sided printing is supported, and the scanner has a 1200×1200 dpi resolution. The lack of a built-in screen is disappointing, but then this is expected for the current $30 price point at some retailers.


HP Deskjet 2544 review and unboxing – we have included a video below that basically unboxes the printer and reveals what’s inside, also how much care is put on packaging by HP. You can see a screenshot of the printer first being taken out of the box below.


Consumer reviews rate the HP Deskjet 2544 a 4.6/5 from a few hundred reviews at Tesco in the UK, and you can take a closer look at the manual, user guide, setup poster, and reference guide on HP.com. Take a look at the unboxing below, then leave a comment with your thoughts on this all-in-one printer.

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