HP Jumps On CISS Game, Releases DeskJet GT 5820 AiO

HP DeskJet GT 5820 All-in-One Printer WL, Right facing, with output

HP now has refillable ink printers

Continuous Ink System or CISS is a fairly common printer technology nowadays, used by frugal office managers and small-scale print outfits. While the CISS printer market has been fairly cornered by Japanese company Epson, American outfit HP is looking to make their own mark in the CISS game via their new breed of printers. First up, the DeskJet GT 5820 AiO.

HP DeskJet GT Series Ink Bottles (Black) with HP DeskJet GT 5820 All-in-One Printer WL, In use refilling printer

The DeskJet GT 5820 AiO is capable of printing up to 8,000 pages with a set of three HP spill free color bottles, and up to 5,000 pages with their spill-free black pigment ink. Each ink bottle costs around Php 310 making prints rather cheap. HP’s CISS system uses a spill-free refill design, which essentially means you just plug in the new inks when the old ones run out without needing to squeeze them or manipulate them.

The DeskJet GT 5820 AiO also has WiFi capability, and connects easily to a mobile device like a phone or tablet.

John Nieves

John is a veteran technology and gadget journalist with more than 10 years of experience both in print and online. When not writing about technology, he frequently gets lost in the boonies playing soldier.


  1. HP CISS is the ugliest looking of the bunch. Epson’s design also have the tanks on the side, but it is flush on top with the printer. Brother and Canon have their ink tanks up front and integrated into the printer.

    Most major printers manufacturer now offer CISS – Epson, Brother, Canon, HP. Let the competition begins…

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