With this size it is relatively lightweight, weighing about 5.5 kg. The housing has the shape of a box, which in the upper part has a scanner allowing scanning of A4 sheets. Approximately halfway up, there are contoured holders that allow you to lift the housing up. Thanks to this we will get access to the place where there is a trolley with containers for the ink. The containers are two: black and colored inks. The front was clearly separated by a partly sloping wall. On its surface there is a switch and a display, which are surrounded by touch buttons. They illuminate only when they are needed, earlier they are practically imperceptible. In addition, there are three quick configuration buttons. And here is the second element of construction, which differs HP DeksJet 3545 from HP DeskJet 4515.
In principle, it is identical to the one I put in the HP DeskJet 4515 model test. The same technical parameters, performance, the difference only applies to the entry associated with the memory card slot. On the left side of the radio network menu, the right trolley with containers - there is a lot of space for their convenient exchange. As before, there was no information about used HP proprietary solutions. These are HP Printables, which also provide fun and savings. In turn, thanks to HP ePrint1, Apple AirPrint 5 and direct connection with the HP6 device, you can print wirelessly from virtually anywhere - from a smartphone, tablet or computer connected to the Internet. In turn, HP Printer Control allows you to scan content directly to your mobile device. And of course, according to today's trends, the device is designed to save - low energy consumption is confirmed by an ENERGY STAR certificate.