The HP Deskjet 960C Printer was a popular inkjet printer manufactured by Hewlett-Packard. It was introduced in the late 1990s and was known for its reliable and high-quality printing capabilities. The printer featured a compact design and was targeted towards home and small office users.
Equipped with HP's Thermal Inkjet technology, the Deskjet 960C could produce sharp text documents and vibrant color graphics. It had a maximum resolution of 600 dpi for black and white printing and 2400x1200 dpi for color printing, providing decent print quality for its time.
The printer supported various media types and sizes, including letter, legal, envelopes, and photo paper. It had a standard paper tray capacity of up to 150 sheets, making it suitable for light to moderate printing needs.