HP Office Jet 4650 Wireless All In One Printer

Office Jet J 4650 All In One Printer Specs

I purchased the HP Office Jet J4650 All In One Printer when I sat in my recliner and the chair broke the paper feed on my old one that was located on a shelf behind the recliner. Being in an RV space is at a premium.

When I set out looking to replace the one I broke, I looked for one where the paper feeder was not sticking out anywhere I can break it again. This paper feed is a draw that pulls out to load and closes when loaded. No way to lean back and break this one…lol

I print out a fair amount of documents. Mostly spreadsheets, worksheets, and maps. The original ink that came with this is still going strong after about 5 months. The quality of the print is good. My only complaint to this point is that it does not print the fastest. It is not super slow by all means either.

TV Stand And Printer

I have a Mac computer and had no problem with the setup. It works wirelessly so I can place it anywhere in the RV which is a great feature. I have already moved it to a couple of different places when I rearranged the RV. I can also print from my phone and I pad!!!

FunctionsPrint, Copy, Scan, Fax
Print Speed Black9.5 ppm
Print Speed Color6.8 ppm
Auto Feed Document Capacity: 35 Sheets
Paper Tray Capacity Input100 Sheets
Paper Tray Capacity Output25 Sheets
Paper Sizes SupportedLetter, legal, No. 10 envelope, 3×5, 4×6, 5×7, 8×10
Display Size2.2″ Mono Touch Screen
Dimensions17.53 x 14.53 x 7.50

Our Review Summary

HP Office Jet 4650 Wireless All In One Printer

Overall Value
Print Speed
Print Quality
Ease Of Set Up

Final Thoughts

This would make a great printer for anyone who does a moderate amount of printing. I recommend this printer to anyone who is looking for an inkjet all-in-one printer that is tight for space, like in an RV!!!



  • Wireless
  • Flatbed and Auto Feed Scanner/Copier
  • Internal Paper Tray
  • Works With PC or Mac
  • Good Print Quality


  • Prints On The Show Side
  • Need To Re-enter Password When Switching Between Networks

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