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41. HP PhotoSmart P1000 Printer
$49.77 list($59.99)
42. HP DeskJet 3550 Color Printer
43. HP PhotoSmart 1215 Photo Printer
$1,099.99 $875.00 list($1,307.00)
44. HP 3000dtn Business Inkjet Printer
45. HP DeskJet 6520 Color Inkjet Printer
46. Hewlett Packard DeskJet 648c Printer
47. HP PhotoSmart 100 Portable Inkjet
$59.95 list($61.50)
48. HP Deskjet 3320 Color Inkjet Printer
$39.99 list($49.50)
49. HP DeskJet 3520 Color Printer
Too low to display list($707.15)
50. Hewlett Packard CP1700D InkJet
51. HP Deskjet 340Cbi Printer With
52. HP OfficeJet D145 Inkjet Multifunction
$179.99 list($182.00)
53. HP PhotoSmart 7150 Inkjet Printer
$84.99 list($180.00)
54. HP PhotoSmart 130 Inkjet Printer
55. Hewlett Packard DeskJet 712C Color
57. HP 2200Cse Business Inkjet Printer
58. HP PhotoSmart 1115 Inkjet Printer
59. HP 825c DeskJet Printer
$899.99 $866.95 list($1,069.00)
60. HP Business Inkjet 3000n Network

41. HP PhotoSmart P1000 Printer
by Hewlett Packard
list price: $199.99
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B000063W9A
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Hewlett Packard
Sales Rank: 6370
Average Customer Review: 4 out of 5 stars
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While kids may coo over carnival-colored units, you'll be impressed by the substantial, professional demeanor of the gunmetal black Hewlett-Packard PhotoSmart P1000 printer. It connects to your PC and also directly accepts CompactFlash Type I/II or SmartMedia from your digital camera. Plus, it offers fast, photo-quality printing and HP PhotoREt technology.

A compact desktop printer designed to be a companion to PCs, the HP PhotoSmart P1000 can print images from your digital camera without the use of a computer, and you can begin printing moments after opening the box. The printer control panel allows a great deal of control with just a few options. We loved the infrared port, which allowed us to transfer photos directly to the printer (requires a digital camera that is infrared capable.) The Quick Success setup poster gave all the basics, clearly illustrated for the fastest no-fuss installation. For more detailed explanations and troubleshooting, the user's guide was thorough and easy to understand. The distinct LCD display made choosing which photos to print, how many, and in what size logical, with just a quick tap of soft pad buttons. To print from your computer is no more difficult--just a couple steps away--than to connect the cables and install the software.

HP printers are designed to be easy to set up and get you straight to work, and the P1000 is no exception. In our tests, this unit delivered great photos in crisp color combined with flexible and dependable operation. When using CompactFlash Type I/II or SmartMedia, our photos had clean, true colors on any paper and especially on photo paper. Offering a maximum resolution of 2,400 dpi, we enjoyed getting fast copies of our prints--up to 8.5 pages per minute for color photos (and 11 ppm black text). You can store photos on your computer for many other uses, such as e-mail and sharing albums on Web sites.

Solidly built and durably designed, the P1000 includes an adaptable 100-page-capacity paper tray and a print-cancel button. The P1000 printer provides great results on all types of media, ably providing professional quality and crisp clean black text on regular paper, photo paper, envelopes, transparencies, labels, and more. It also improves your work environment with its compact size and quiet operation. Even in small workspaces, at just 18 by 15 by 8 inches, it fits into your life, your home workstation, or small office. Hewlett-Packard also backs this printer with a one-year warranty and HP online support. ... Read more


  • Accepts your digital camera's CompactFlash or SmartMedia--no PC required
  • Up to 2,400 x 1,200 resolution on photo paper
  • Exclusive HP PhotoREt color layering technology for sharp, accurate color
  • Prints up to 11 ppm in black, 8.5 ppm in color
  • Supports compatible infrared cameras, PDAs, and notebooks for wireless printing

Reviews (9)

2-0 out of 5 stars Good prints... bad compatibility
I've had the P1000 for a couple of years. Worked great with WindowsME. After installing XP on my desktop I had to reinstall the printer software to get it to work. Just got a new laptop and it doesn't work at all.. in fact, the P1000 causes my Dell Inspiron to crash whenever I disconnect the USB cable. When the cable is connected the laptop never recognizes the printer.

1-0 out of 5 stars bad usb connection on P1000
I really liked this printer when I first got it about 3 years ago. Sure it was loud and a little slow, but it printed pretty good. Well, after about 1 1/2 years of VERY light duty, I all of a sudden start getting error messages on my PC telling me the printer is not connected to the computer. First I changed the cord to no avail, then I tried different open USB ports on my computer, so it ends up I just have to position the USB cable perfectly to the back of the P1000 to get it to work. At least it would still work, right? Well that got me by for about six months and now it just will not connect at all. Now my HP P1000 has a nice new home in the trashcan and I'm giving Canon a try. If HP puts as much thought into printers as they do computers I definetely don't want to buy another HP product again...

4-0 out of 5 stars photograph printing
If you are looking for a home photo-quality printer (not pro quality- but good enough form me), for a decent price. This is your printer.
I can print 8X10's that come out with amazing results. I even use my scanner to print from the negatives and the photos print out better than my local store (I am not comparing to 1-hour development, I am comparing a local specialty store with an amazing reputation).
Just make sure to use (and of course set the printer) to high quality photopaper, and you will see amazing results.
I bought this printer a few years ago and have never had a problem with it. I don't know if the newer versions are better, but I can't say a bad word about this printer.

5-0 out of 5 stars Money well spent!
I've tried two Lexmark printers: Z51 and Z53. The Z51 was so-so and the Z53 was pretty good. However, both sucked ink faster than Dracula sucks blood.

The P1000 prints incredible pictures without draining the cartridge as quickly as the Lexmarks did.

IMHO, this is the best printer you can buy for the price. Cartridges are expensive but refill kits aren't...and the refilled cartridges print as well as the originals.

You will NOT be disappointed!!

5-0 out of 5 stars Great pics from this printer
The printer is great. I couldn't be happier with it, especially since it is so inexpensive. The thing I don't like is the fact that the ink costs an arm and a leg -- check out the cost of HP cartridge 78...If you print many photos, the ink costs start to add up--mainly if you are doing full letter size prints. However, it's still much cheaper than getting film developed. ... Read more

42. HP DeskJet 3550 Color Printer
by Hewlett Packard
list price: $59.99
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B0000ACOW3
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Hewlett Packard
Sales Rank: 8220
Average Customer Review: 2.88 out of 5 stars
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HP's DeskJet 3550 color inkjet printer offers a great package of basic features, perfect for home use. Delivering 2,400 dpi printing at up to 14 ppm black, 10 ppm color in draft mode, the 3550 offers reliable performance in a compact, space-saving design. A single fold-up 100-sheet paper tray easily handles a wide range of media, including plain paper, envelopes, transparencies, cards, and more. Ink levels are monitored on-screen so you never unexpectedly run out, and on-screen print cancel will save you valuable print supplies.

The DeskJet 3550 has a single USB port for connecting to your PC or Mac, and comes with handy photo and imaging software to help you create calendars, cards, and more. The HP DeskJet 3550 comes with all the instructions you need, plus a one-year warranty on parts and labor backed by HP customer care.

What's in the Box
HP DeskJet 3550 color inkjet printer, HP no. 27 (C8728A) tri-color inkjet print cartridge, HP no. 28 (C8727A) black inkjet print cartridge, power supply, power cord, software on CD-ROM (PC and Mac), reference guide, set-up poster ... Read more


  • Up to 2,400 dpi color resolution, 1,200 dpi black
  • Up to 14 ppm black, 10 ppm color in draft mode
  • Onscreen print-cancel and ink-level indicators
  • Ultra-compact design with space-saving paper tray
  • USB interface, PC and Mac compatible; 1-year warranty

Reviews (8)

1-0 out of 5 stars Not Good
I have always been a big fan of HP printers. I have an HP 920c at work and love it. I was trying to find one for my home but they have discontinued it. Instead I bought this one and have been so disappointed with it. It jams all the time and the color isn't as good as the 920c. It makes a terrible noise when it is trying to pull the paper through and it always manages to pull at least 5 pages at a time. Now it is refusing to print anything. I am not happy with this printer at all.

2-0 out of 5 stars HP DeskJet 3550
When this printer works, it works well. I almost gave it 3 stars.

The problem is that it can not handle more than one sheet of paper in the tray at any one time. I connected the printer to my computer, that part was easy. The printer wanted to print a test page, so I let it. It then took two pieces of paper instead of one, printed half a page and jammed. I tired it again with less paper in the tray, it jammed again. It does not just paper jam, it also eats the paper as it locks up. This means that you have to open it up and fish the little ripped corners of the paper out of the machine before it will print again. The way to deal with this is to have only one piece of paper in the tray at a time, making multi-page print jobs a nightmare.

The quality of the printing, when it does work, is very good for such a low priced printer. I like that it comes with both color and black ink. Some low price printers only have the color ink included. The power cord for the printer is not made for power-strips, it is huge! It takes up 3 outlets, unless you plug it in at the end of the strip. The printer does not come with the USB cord, you will need this to print. The cord will cost more than half the price of the printer.

Print quality
Size of unit
Ease of install
Ink included

Paper jams
Power cord size
No USB cord

1-0 out of 5 stars Pass on this one
Don't bother - very disappointing for an HP product. This printer fails to print consistently and "carriage stalls" frequently. This defect is clearly well known at HP Support. The manual solution, while effective, is not a real answer. Save your time and money on this one.(...)

4-0 out of 5 stars Nice Printer, Watch out for power cord
I've only been using my new HP 3550 for a day, and so far I'm pleased. It seems to be a great bang for the buck.

My only complaint in the power cord. Most products are now shipping with the transformer on the center of the cord, so the wall plug is small. This printer still has a HUGE wall wart, with the plug attached. Power outlet real-estate is scarce at my computer desk, and the huge plug does't help things.

4-0 out of 5 stars Speedy and inexpensive.
Bought this printer because ink for the lexmark was about the same price as this printer. Have been very happy with it. Faster print speed than the lexmark, vibrant colors, and installed like a dream. Plug and go.
You just can't go wrong with this one. Would have got 5 stars if it came with a usb cable, had to buy seperately. ... Read more

43. HP PhotoSmart 1215 Photo Printer
by Hewlett Packard
list price: $199.99
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B000063W99
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Hewlett Packard
Sales Rank: 14499
Average Customer Review: 4.05 out of 5 stars
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Based on the popular HP P1000, the HP PhotoSmart 1215 photo printer directly accepts CompactFlash and SmartMedia cards and prints wirelessly from infrared devices. No PC is required, but it is PC and Mac compatible. With 2,400 x 1,200 dpi resolution and HP's enhanced layering technology, photos are stunningly beautiful and text is razor sharp. The updated version is faster and quieter and has an optical sensor that automatically adjusts printer settings for the paper type.

To test the PS1215, we inserted our digital camera's CompactFlash card into the PS1215's slot and followed the LCD menus to print an index sheet that contained thumbnails of our photos. We also followed the menus to select a photo to print as an 8-by-10. The process was slow but intuitive, with most of our time spent waiting for the index sheet to print. The results were very good, with exceptionally sharp thumbnails and a surprisingly sharp and colorful 8-by-10, even using the printer's default normal mode.

Next, we installed the software drivers, connected the printer to our PC, and printed our standard test documents using the printer's three modes--draft, normal, and best. Mixed color and black text documents printed at 5.6, 2.1, and 0.9 ppm respectively. Black-only text documents printed at 6.3, 3.9, and 0.6 ppm. (All speeds were adjusted upward to account for first-page delay.) Draft documents were faded; normal documents were sharper and had more accurate color; best documents were exceptionally sharp, requiring close inspection to distinguish them from the output of a laser printer.

The PS1215 shined brilliantly in our color photo tests. On our PC, we used the included photo printing software to select our own high-resolution digital photos and to position them in the software's predefined page layouts. Samples were a bit slow to print--a typical 8-by-10 required 4 minutes and 28 seconds--but the output was superb on HP's premium glossy photo paper (sample pack included). Our samples displayed rich and accurate color, perfect register, fine detail, and realistic skin tones. There was no visible banding or smearing and only the faintest hint of pixelation.

The PhotoSmart 1215 is priced considerably above its sub-$200 rivals, but the dramatic improvements in quality justify the extra cost. It operates quietly, sets up easily, prints very sharp text on a variety of media, and produces beautiful color documents and photos. This remarkable performer is an excellent all-purpose printer. --Mike Brown


  • Accepts CompactFlash and SmartMedia directly
  • Easy to set up and use
  • Sharp text and beautiful color photos
  • Detects paper type automatically


  • Slow printing on higher-quality settings
  • High cost per page when printing photos
... Read more


  • 2,400 x 1,200 dpi enhanced resolution using photo paper
  • Exclusive HP PhotoREt III color layering technology
  • Prints black text at 17 ppm, color at 13 ppm
  • Prints directly from digital camera memory cards
  • Parallel, USB, and wireless infrared interfaces; PC and Mac compatible

Reviews (22)

2-0 out of 5 stars Recipe for grief
Until this product, I was a huge promoter of HP printers, but the HP 1215 apparently was designed with little attention to Apple compatibility. Unpredictably it refused to print first in 0S9 and then in 0SX. I'm frankly sick of downloading and reloading new drivers only to find they don't work and/or freeze up my entire computer. Because of this printer I've cleaned off my entire hard drive, lost valuable files and programs, and still wound up with a non-functional machine. It's been in my closet for 6 months, and I'm considerably happier with a new bottom-of-the-line Canon printer.

5-0 out of 5 stars It's a very reliable printer...
I love my PhotoSmart 1215 but was a little discouraged when the driver for XP was not available. The neat thing about this printer is, if you mainly use it to print photos from a memory card, you don't have to be connected to your PC. Just know which numbers you want to print, enter and off it goes. The quality of my prints has been great. Right now it's connected to my iMac and is doing splendidly. It's quite dependable and not expensive. I'd recommend it highly.*****

5-0 out of 5 stars Great printer
I have had this printer for about 1 year and I love it!. I have had no problems with it.

5-0 out of 5 stars Best inkjet printer I have ever used!
This printer is wonderful. The print quality is exceptional, the speed is plenty fast enough and it was exceedingly easy to set up. I get excellent quality prints everytime. If I see a little smudge, I just tell the printer to clean the heads and my prints are once again perfect. We now have two that we purchased from Amazon, and I am trying hard to justify getting another one for my home. The employees that regularly use these printers are extremely satisfied. And the price is amazingly low.

4-0 out of 5 stars HP fan
I've had a HP842C for 3 years. On its last leg, I researched what printer (brands) to get, including all the HP's, and found the 1215 as the best buy. A friend told me the only thing good HP does is printers; don't know if that's true, but I am sold on their printers. I print mega digital photos, and the large ink cartridge is what sold me. I also publish a bi-monthly newsletter for my trade association, and my first copy from the 1215 was more than anticipated. I had forgotten what a good printer accomplished. The "normal" print selection produced text so crisp and clear; the color photos were superb. Print speed was quick - just watch out for the flying paper. The printer spits the paper out so quickly, some sheets landed on the floor. I've remedied that situation. Also had to buy a new 78 color, the print heads were dried up on the cartridge included in the box. Being an older model HP, I wasn't surprised nor angry. It's just one of those things. Overall, very satisfied. So much, I bought a second one! ... Read more

44. HP 3000dtn Business Inkjet Printer
by Hewlett Packard
list price: $1,307.00
our price: $1,099.99
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B0000721YU
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Hewlett Packard
Sales Rank: 16116
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This sleek gray printer has the flexibility small businesses require--and better yet, it won't break your budget. Print speeds for both monochrome and color are a steady 21 pages per minute at economic draft quality; letter-quality sheets are churned out at 11 pages per minute. Able to handle anything from envelopes to thick brochure paper to standard sheets, your desktop will become a one-stop print shop for all your media.

Network expandable options include one open EIO slots and memory DIMM slots; the 3000dtn includes an HP JetDirect internal print server for a fast Ethernet 10/100b base-TX connections. HP includes a one-year warranty that covers parts and service. ... Read more


  • 1,200 x 600 dpi resolution; 21 ppm print speed
  • HP jetdirect 615n Fast Ethernet 10/100TX internal print server
  • 300-sheet standard paper tray plus 700-sheet additional tray
  • Automatic 2-sided printing
  • Parallel, USB 2.0 interfaces; PC and Mac compatible

45. HP DeskJet 6520 Color Inkjet Printer
by Hewlett Packard Office

Asin: B0002GWM7G
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Hewlett Packard Office
Sales Rank: 58615
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  • Up to 27 ppm black, 20 ppm color printing
  • Up to 4,800-optimized dpi color or optional 6-ink color
  • Create standard and custom-size photos, with or without borders
  • USB connectivity; optional networking and wireless capability
  • PC and Mac compatible; 1-year warranty

46. Hewlett Packard DeskJet 648c Printer
by Hewlett Packard
list price: $99.99
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B00004TKMH
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Hewlett Packard
Sales Rank: 15840
Average Customer Review: 3.2 out of 5 stars
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The Hewlett-Packard DeskJet 648C is a compact and quiet ink-jet printer that produces sharp results on plain and photo paper alike. Together, HP's exclusive fast-drying inks, PhotoREt II color-layering technology, and automatic color matching with HP ColorSmart III give you accurate color. In photo mode, the Hewlett-Packard 648C produces 600 x 300 dpi resolution.

This printer boasts printing speeds of up to 6 ppm in black and 3 ppm in color. It includes a paper tray with a capacity of 100 pages, and it works with a variety of sizes and media. Compatible with both Macintosh and PCs, the Hewlett-Packard 648C features parallel and USB connectivity (USB for Windows 98 and 2000 Professional and Mac OS only).

Along with the printer, you receive a power cable, black print cartridge, color print cartridge, user's guide, and software package. Software includes Disney Club Blast, HP Internet Connection Center, HP Cartogra PhotoWebsite, HP Photo Printing, and HP Instant Delivery.

The Hewlett-Packard 648C also comes with a 90-day manufacturer's warranty. ... Read more


  • 600 x 300 dpi color images using photo paper
  • Up to 6 ppm in black, 3 ppm in color
  • Paper tray with 100-sheet capacity
  • USB and parallel ports, PC and Mac compatible
  • Compact size and quiet operation

Reviews (15)

4-0 out of 5 stars Pleased for the money.
I bought a new HP computer and along with it came this printer. I have used HP printers and I find them very reliable. They are very sturdy, easy to assemble, their ink cartridges are easy, and they have good tech support. You need to realize, however, that this is not a top of the line printer by all means. This is not for someone who does more than 4 print jobs a week. It is a very basic and simple printer. It prints out semi-slowly. I would say one page typed in 20 seconds and one page of color and type in 1 to 2 minutes. So it’s not very fast. It is pretty reliable with a few problems here and there that can be fixed if you are computer literate at all, or you can call tech support. The price is very cheap which is nice, but don't forget that the cartridges are $40+.... that’s what fools many. Overall I recommend this for simple and non-frequent users. If you use a printer on a more regular basis, look into the 810 series or 900 series....

4-0 out of 5 stars Couldn't be easier
I also bought this printer as part of a bundle (came with a scanner) at a pretty decent price, but not quite this low. I've been a geek for over 10 years now, so I'm pretty good ad judging cost vs. value when eyeing new peripherals. This printer is exactly what I expected it would be. Decent printing at a very reasonable price. The setup (including reboot) took about 3 minutes (USB) on my WinME system. All of the other computers on the network picked up the driver and were instantly able to print without having to install any additional drivers (except the Win2K machine, which I did have to download and install separately). I haven't had any bleedthrough with my paper, but I also have the printer set to print using "less ink" (printer properties). Anyone who purchases this printer will be using it for casual home use, so there's no reason not to. It saves a lot of ink! Don't expect photo quality from this printer (or any printer for this amount of money). If that's what you're buying it for, go look at the 900 series.

5-0 out of 5 stars Great Printer, I love This One!!
I bought this printer a year ago and it's still going strong. This was my first time buying a product from HP. If you want a good printer for the home you can't go wrong with this printer. This printer prints both Text and Photos great. I have this printer hooked up to my Webtv and I love it. If you want this printer for a business or office I would recommend buying a more updated printer but this one is great for the home or for that collage student. I will deffently buy another HP printer when mine dies.

4-0 out of 5 stars Hewlett Packard DeskJet 648c Printer
a very good printer. very reliable. very good quality color printing.

3-0 out of 5 stars Average but cheap
For the money, don't expect much. The black ink printing is actually very good, and the printer prints very fast. It's the color where it runs into trouble. It prints deathly slow and the picture quality isn't so good. If you're looking for a standard, good blank ink printer with optional color, then I reccomend this. If you're looking for a good color printer move up and buy a more expensive printer. My last Epson color printer was excellent, and unfortunately, I moved from that to this. Don't get me wrong, its fine, but don't expect to be wowed by it. ... Read more

47. HP PhotoSmart 100 Portable Inkjet Printer
by Hewlett Packard
list price: $159.94
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B00005OA4N
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Hewlett Packard
Sales Rank: 13258
Average Customer Review: 4.67 out of 5 stars
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Forget having your digital photos printed by someone else. With the PhotoSmart 100 inkjet printer, you can print full-color 4-by-6-inch photos at up to 2,400 x 1,200 dpi on premium photo paper, or at lower resolutions (but still great-looking) on other papers.

Print directly from your digital camera with a CompactFlash, SmartMedia, or Sony Memory Stick memory card, or connect to your computer using the built-in USB port. HP photo imaging software is included. Printing is a bit slow, with a 4-by-6 photo requiring just under three minutes, but quality takes time.

The printer has a markedly compact design, with dimensions of only 8.8 by 4.3 by 4.7 inches, and it weighs less than three pounds, so you can take it with you when you're on the go. Sorry, Mac users, the HP 100 is only compatible with PCs: Windows 98, 2000 Professional, Me, XP Home, and XP Professional. The printer is backed by a one-year warranty, with the option to extend it to three years at additional cost. ... Read more


  • Create borderless 4-by-6-inch photos; resolutions up to 2,400 x 1,200 dpi
  • Easily transportable; compact, lightweight design
  • Print directly from your digital camera's CompactFlash, SmartMedia, or Sony Memory Stick
  • Easy to operate using top-panel buttons
  • Convenient USB interface

Reviews (52)

5-0 out of 5 stars Borderless 4 x 6 Prints. Portable. No PC Required.
I had always wanted to get into digital photography; but my PC was old, and I didn't want to buy a new one! So when HP introduced their new PS 100 printer, which prints directly from a camera's memory card -- no PC required -- I dove in with both feet first!

I purchased this HP PS 100 printer -- along with an Olympus C-700 digital camera -- and I've been very happy. The PS 100 makes bold and beautiful 4" x 6" prints that are every bit as sharp as those from a full-size printer.

As an additional convenience, both my camera and printer use DPOF (digital print order format) which allows for one-button printing. I can crop (and select) the photos I want to print on the camera's rear LCD screen -- pop the camera's Smart Media card into the printer -- and then output borderless 4" x 6" photos just by hitting "print" (with no scrolling necessary to find the right shot, since the PS 100 always calls up the DPOF pictures first). What could be easier?

With the PS 100, printing photos is so simple -- I now find myself giving away pictures (as gifts) to friends and family (something I had done only on rare occasion before). I've even taken the PS 100 to family gatherings -- where I've handed out photos on the spot (which everyone thought was cool!).

The PS 100 uses familiar ink jet cartridges, and is much less expensive to purchase than competing photo printers from Canon, Olympus, and Sony (all of which use a much more expensive dye sublimation technology). The PS also prints a full-size 4" x 6" snapshot, (whereas the others, such as the Canon and the Olympus, make only prints that are quite a bit smaller). The PS 100 is also the only printer in the bunch to accommodate all of the major memory formats (Compact Flash, Smart Media and Memory Stick); something the other printers will do only with an additional PC card adapter.

(For those of you more advanced, printing from your PC is an available option with the printer's built in USB connection and supplied software on disc. The 4" x 6" paper size template also transfers over to other applications, like MS Word, enabling one to print documents from the PS 100 on to 4" x 6" note cards; which, for example, I've used to prepare notes for speeches.)

The HP PS 100 is the absolute easiest way to get into digital photo printing. And when the next family gathering rolls around -- you won't want to leave home without it!

5-0 out of 5 stars If you own a digital camera, you want this!
This little compact printer only does one thing (4x6 photos) and it does a fantastic job. My wife owns one of the older model HP digital cameras (C200), I believe we paid a few hundred for the camera about a year and a half ago and it was one of the most inexpensive mega-pixel models. I was skeptical that the pictures the demo unit produced may only be possible by higher dollar camera, but the photos this printer produces from my camera are still better quality than those of my two hundred dollar (non-digital) 35mm pictures developed at the local Kodak lab. To test for any bias I might have had my wife and I had three family members look though a photo album we made containing 35mm "developed" photos and photos printed from this printer... They all guessed the 35mm photos were the printed ones because the photos this printer produced were much better quality. Now, enoguh about the quality, which in the words of my brother in-law is "simply amazing".

The printer works stand-alone, plug your flash ROM in and you can jump to a specific picture number and print, the interface could not get any easier! You can also print prrof sheets (4x6 with multiple thumb-nail pictures). The bundled software allows you to take pictures off your hard drive and send them to the PhotoSmart 100 though the USB cable (cable isn't included unfortunately) USB is the only option for connection.

Printer includes 6 blank 4x6 photo sheets, and 1 cartridge (HP claims you can get 120 pictures out of a single ink jet cart, I've been told 100 is more realistic), paper is also priced reasonable. Overall you do save money, you have unsurpased convienence and the quality is excellent. There are few products I would recommend this highly; if you own a digital camera, buy a PhotoSmart 100!

5-0 out of 5 stars "Superb" results from such a small printer
I purchased this printer because I own two digital cameras and no computer to down load the pictures. After reading a mazagine I came across the ad for the Hp 100 but I was skeptical on purchasing it until I got some more info or reviews on the product. After researching and Cnet I decided to take a chance and purchase one. It took about five minutes to set it up. I printed a test page on the plain card included and then a thumb nail print from one of my compact flash cards and I wasn't Impressed with them. I Closed my eyes and proceeded to print my first picture, once the printer stopped I opened My eyes. I was shocked at the results they were very impressive, I kept looking at the picture trying to find flaws. I then printed a few more. I couldn't put the pictures down, it was like having your very own photo shop. None of my friends could tell that I printed the photos from a printer until I told them, it was that good! I highly recommend this printer for anyone that has a digital camera. It's light an compact excepts three different types of cards with multi voltage so you can take it anywhere and it also connects to your computer. I'm glad I did my home work and took that chance on purchasing this superb little printer.

2-0 out of 5 stars initially look awesome. but it fades over time.
love the compactness and stylish look of this printer.
initial quality of the print out is comparable to regular photo prints or perhaps even better. compact flash drive built in is absolutely convinient.

However... after putting print picture on my friz door for 2 month. skin tone color has changed to completely green and other colors faded to dark purple. it wasn't exposed to direct sunlight neither. other pictures all suffered discoloration after 2 month. even the ones that were kept well in a frame. it was all printed on premiere papers that came with the printer.

is this the limitation of inkjet technology everyone already aknowledged prior to purchasing? or am I the only one suffering from discolorization and fade?

4-0 out of 5 stars Produces great pictures, but be careful about handling them
The picture quality is supreme, and no complaints about the printer overall, except for the ink door, which won't stay shut.

The photopaper used on this printer, however, can be easily damaged, so care must be taken on handling it after your pictures are printed. Perhaps I'll find a 3rd party paper, or HP will improve theirs. ... Read more

48. HP Deskjet 3320 Color Inkjet Printer
by Hewlett Packard
list price: $61.50
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B00006LPO8
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Hewlett Packard
Sales Rank: 10406
Average Customer Review: 2.02 out of 5 stars
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The simple-to-use HP DeskJet 3320 color inkjet printer gives you vibrant, photo-quality color and black text from a single print cartridge with up to 1,200 x 600 dpi color on photo papers. Print up to 6 pages per minute in black and color, or use an optional black cartridge and get up to 8 pages per minute in true black text. The compact design saves you valuable space; onscreen ink-level indicator and print-cancel features save you time and money. The printer is USB compatible for quick setup with both PC and Macintosh computers. The value price makes it ideal for budget-minded users with modest printing needs.

What's in the Box
HP DeskJet 3320 printer, power cord, power supply, HP 28 Tri-color Print Cartridge (8 ml), printer software, Windows and Macintosh Reference Guide, Windows setup poster, Macintosh setup poster, Windows and Macintosh printer driver CD-ROM, additional software, and list of helpful Internet links ... Read more


  • 1,200 x 600 dpi resolution on photo papers
  • 6 pages per minute print speed
  • 8 ppm with optional black cartridge
  • Quick setup and convenient USB connectivity
  • PC and Mac compatible

Reviews (40)

1-0 out of 5 stars DON'T BUY THIS PRINTER !!!
This is not an HP printer as you remember them. This is poorly built and will fail as soon as it's out of warrantee. As a matter of fact, mine warrantee was only 6 months.


1-0 out of 5 stars Deskjet 3320 - 0 Wins, 2 Losses
I work at a school and have had two 3320's break in the past week. HP's aren't what they used to be when you consider that there are still a lot of DeskWriter C's and DeskWriter/DeskJet 500 series printers still working on campus. Shame on HP for not fixing the design and continuing to sell printers with the same fatal flaw!

4-0 out of 5 stars Good deal for the money.
I was surprised to see so many bad reviews on this product.
I bought mine about 3 months ago, and it worked pretty well so far. I use it for my everyday needs and I also print pictures sometimes. I like the quality of prints.
There are also of course drawbacks, like noise, and the fact that it drinks ink like an orange juice. But comon guys, it is only 40 bucks after all.
Good quality for the money overall.

1-0 out of 5 stars Just a bit better than flushing your money down the toilet
Where to begin? I have a Deskjet 400 (yes, 400) that I still use for my everyday printing needs, only had a problem once when I dropped it and it even fixed itself, plus it was an entry level printer. Based on that, I recommended that my mother buy a cheap HP for her occasional printing.

This 3320 however is barely worth the plastic it's made of. It's the noisiest printer I've ever come across and you'd probably need a gallon tank of ink to get through a year. Worst of all, as you can tell from the earlier reviews, this printer has a track record for becoming a paperwight in record time; my personal experience was 2 months.

Do yourself and your wallet a favor, get a little more cash together and buy a better printer. They say you get what you pay for, but even at the price it's not worth the aggravation.

1-0 out of 5 stars CHEAP CHEAP
I have used this printer maybe a total of 15 times. The print cradle broke, and now it won't print because the print cartridges won't move across the page like they're supposed to. Very poor quality - SHAME on HP for even selling this. ... Read more

49. HP DeskJet 3520 Color Printer
by Hewlett Packard
list price: $49.50
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B0000A1EG2
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Hewlett Packard
Sales Rank: 2742
Average Customer Review: 3.14 out of 5 stars
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HP's DeskJet 3520 color inkjet printer offers a great package of basic features, perfect for home use. Delivering 2,400 dpi printing at speeds of 8 ppm in black and color, the 3520 offers reliable performance in a compact, space-saving design. It has a single 100-sheet paper tray that's able to handle plain paper, envelopes, transparencies, cards, and more. A single cartridge printing system keeps things simple, while on-screen ink-level monitoring and print cancel save you time and money.

To get the most out of your DeskJet 3520, consider adding an HP No. 27 black ink cartridge (HP model C8727AN, sold separately). With this cartridge, you can increase the printer's speed to a manufacturer-rated 12 ppm and produce high-quality black text documents. Note that only one cartridge can be installed at a time, so if you use only the tri-color cartridge, the three colors blend to produce near-black; if you use only the black cartridge, the printer can't produce color at all. However, the benefit of the single-cartridge system is simple low-maintenance operation and a very low purchase price.

The DeskJet 3520 has a single USB port for connecting to your PC or Mac, and comes with handy photo and imaging software to help you create calendars, cards, and more. The printer comes with all the instructions you need, plus a one-year warranty on parts and labor backed by HP customer care.

What's in the Box
HP DeskJet 3520 printer, power cord and power supply, HP 28 tri-color print cartridge (C8728A, 8 ml), Microsoft Windows and Macintosh reference guide, setup poster, printer software on CD-ROM; USB cable not included; HP 27 black ink cartridge not included ... Read more


  • High 2,400 dpi printing from a single cartridge
  • Up to 8 ppm in black and color with the standard tri-color cartridge
  • Up to 12 ppm in black with optional black cartridge
  • Onscreen print-cancel and ink-level indicators
  • USB interface, PC and Mac compatible; 1-year warranty

Reviews (14)

3-0 out of 5 stars Spending all my money on ink!
Ok, the good stuff first. It's compact and quick and easy to set up and has been reliable so far. But, my Lord, the ink this thing runs through!!! I've had it less than three months, and have already had to buy one color cartridge and three black cartridges.

More and more, I wish I'd bought a low-end laser printer. If you don't need the color, that's the way to go. The Laserjet 1012 costs less than $150 and gets an estimated 2000 pages out of every $70 toner cartridge. That's 3.5 cents per page. Estimates I've read for inkjets run around 25 cents per page. And at $80 spent on ink so far, I'm living that dream.

1-0 out of 5 stars An annoying dumbed-down bait and switch...
...but then, you get what you pay for.

No black cartridge, no usb cable. If you buy a black catridge, won't recognise it unless you physically remove the color cartridge ... AND restart windows! And no greyscale! C'mon hp, this last bit is just software; the drivers for your older low end printers supported leaving both cartidges in and using greyscale. With this driver, there's even a combo box for selecting the desired print cartridge configuration...but it's been disabled! Such a naked move to force people to buy more cartridges.

Folk, avoid this one if you can. It's no bargain. Spend a little more money up front and get printer with greyscale, and that includes BOTH a color and a black ink cartridge, AND a USB cable.

3-0 out of 5 stars Not enough information when ordering
If I had realized that this has no black cartridge and cable I would have purchased an upgraded model that did or another brand. It's compact size and price are what I bought and felt that it works well but without a black ink cartridge, you really burn up the color cartridge fast which is more expensive, maybe that was HP's plan?? All in all it's okay but I bought for price and feel mislead.

5-0 out of 5 stars Great little printer
I have just purchased this printer to use with my laptop when I travel. The printer is lightweight and the front door opens up to store the paper tray so that it is easy to bring along.

It does not come with black ink, but does have an open slot for the ink cartridge. The color cartridge that comes with it does a good job at printing black, but this will get expensive over time as you burn it up to print black. It is also lacking a USB cable which is kind of annoying. With the black ink and the USB cable, you can add about 25 dollars to this printer to get the "true" price.

The print quality has been very good and the print speed is quick. I have had no problems at all with this printer.

4-0 out of 5 stars Good printer for home use.
I got this around three months ago. I do not print photos using this printer, but for printing documnets it does a good job. For 40$ its a good investment. ... Read more

50. Hewlett Packard CP1700D InkJet Printer
by Hewlett Packard
list price: $707.15
our price: Too low to display
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B00005QFL5
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Hewlett Packard
Sales Rank: 19173
Average Customer Review: 2 out of 5 stars
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  • For small businesses, offices, and design houses needing high-quality wide-format color printing
  • Achieves resolutions up to 2400 x 1200 dpi
  • Prints up to 16 ppm black and 14.5 ppm color
  • Prints nearly any paper size from 4-x-6-inch postcards to 13-x-50-inch banners
  • 4 separate high-volume ink cartridges help reduce wasted ink

Reviews (1)

2-0 out of 5 stars Built to a price unfortunately
I bought this printer as a replacement for a 1220C non duplex printer as duplexing has become a must for our company. I have had this product for 2 years and probably run no more than 200 sheets of paper through it. The quality is superb when it works. It has now developed a fault which makes it as good as useless as it requires a replacement part which I understand would cost almost as much as the printer if I could actually get it. Looking on the HP web-site forums I note that this particular problem appears to be rather too common for this make of printer. I cannot recommend it and suggest you look elsewhere. Shame, as I really rate HP printers
I will be junking it ... Read more

51. HP Deskjet 340Cbi Printer With Battery And Infrared Adapter (Pc/Mac)
by Hewlett Packard
list price: $365.99
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B00002R12F
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Hewlett Packard
Sales Rank: 18808
Average Customer Review: 4 out of 5 stars
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Lightweight and compact enough to fit into a briefcase, the portable Hewlett-Packard 340CBi DeskJet makes it easy to print when traveling or using a small workspace, and it works well for notebook PC and PowerBook users. The 340CBi DeskJet comes bundled with a battery that offers a print life of 100 sheets per charge. Because the 340CBi doesn't require connections, it allows you to cut the ties--and cables--that bind you to a workspace. The printer allows flexible paper handling and printing on a variety of media using the included 30-page sheet feeder.

The Hewlett-Packard 340CBi offers print resolutions of 600 x 300 dpi in black and white and 300 x 300 dpi for color documents. It is capable of printing up to two letter-quality pages per minute and three draft-quality pages per minute. It comes bundled with an HP Color Kit and an HP ni-cad rechargeable battery. To charge the battery, simply plug the printer into a power outlet. This printer is covered by a one-year limited manufacturer's warranty. ... Read more


  • Lightweight, compact design--fits in a briefcase
  • HP Resolution Enhancement technology for crisp black printing
  • Snap-in color printing with included HP Color Kit
  • 30-sheet feeder supports a variety of media
  • Mac compatible with Serial MacAdapter from HP

Reviews (2)

4-0 out of 5 stars Almost perfect
This little printer is perfect for trips. It is compact and light. It has a very good resolutions in b&w and in color too. It has two disadvantages, the first one is you can't use any kind of paper (look technical information) and the second is you have to change ink cartdriges for print in color and b&w. But it has a very good characteristic against other portable printers, it can support both 110 or 220 volts, without buying any additional product. As I said, it is perfect for trips, domestic and international.

4-0 out of 5 stars Good little printer
I have the standard DeskJet 340, w/o the infrared adapter. While not very speedy, the printer produces really excellent printed pages. It's kind of a hassle to have to change ink cartridges to print in color vs. b/w, but I guess that's what you get in a printer this small. If you just use the printer w/o the sheet feeder, this thing in pretty darn portable. I wish I had the I/R option - carrying a 3ft printer cable in my laptop bag is not too cool. Over all, a good, reliable printer in a very portable package. ... Read more

52. HP OfficeJet D145 Inkjet Multifunction
by Hewlett Packard
list price: $499.99
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B000065BR6
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Hewlett Packard
Sales Rank: 18933
Average Customer Review: 2.96 out of 5 stars
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Combining four premium quality machines in one, the HP D145 OfficeJet is ideal for offices that emphasize quality but have limited floor space. Measuring just 22 by 16 by 13 inches, this unit includes flatbed scanner, fax, and color duplex copier, and a printer that allows you to print photos directly from your digital camera.

You can scan objects up to 8.5 by 14 inches; thicker objects like books and magazines are easily accommodated. With standard resolution up to 1,200 x 4,800 dpi (enhanced to 9,600 dpi via imaging software), your graphics and photos will achieve true, vivid tones and rich color depth.

The printer processes sheets at 8 pages per minute in black and 7 ppm in color. The automatic document feeder handles 50 sheets of standard paper in letter and legal sizes. The input tray holds 150 sheets, 22 envelopes, or individual pages of labels, transparencies, card stock, or glossy photo paper. Photo resolutions up to 2,400 x 1,200 dpi will give your images a professional look, while print resolutions of 1,200 x 600 ensure that your text documents are clearly legible. The same attention to detail is offered in copying: 99 duplicates can be made from a single original, and features like fit-to-page, mirror image, poster, and two-on-one are standard.

The 256-level grayscale fax sends and receives in just three seconds per page, and includes features for forwarding, polling, and blocking junk mail. The D145 is compatible with Windows and Macintosh systems, and connects via a USB port. Hewlett Packard includes a one-year warranty on parts and service. ... Read more


  • Prints, scans, copies, and faxes
  • Up to 19 ppm black, 16 ppm color print speeds
  • 2,400 x 1,200 dpi resolution on photo paper
  • Built-in card reader for direct photo printing; photo preview sheet
  • Supports optional HP JetDirect 200M LIO internal print server/internet connection

Reviews (27)

5-0 out of 5 stars The First Truly Great Multifunction Printer
This is the second MF printer I have owned, and it supassed my wildest dreams. The printing quality is very high in both color and B&W. The copier and fax capabilites are very simple to use. And the HP software is very easy to scan in pictures. Even the ink cartridges are reasonably prices ... Setup was a breeze with the USB connection. I set it up in under 15 minutes.

I would highly recommend this printer for some one looking for a all-in one machine. While it might be a little expensive, the quality is very high.

4-0 out of 5 stars It really should get 4 1/2 Stars in my book (updated)
The Officejet d145 is the second multifunction HP I've had, the first being a g85 series. Having it all together is a great feature, and the d145 has one over my previous multifunction in that it has slots for my digital camera memory cards (thin, thick and even the memory stick). And, what's terrific is that when you insert your camera's memory card into the d145, it asks you if you want to upload the pictures. When you press "1" for yes, it creates a folder in "My Pictures" for the particular months the pictures were taken and uploads them. The print quality is as good as my photosmart printers, which is terrific!

Faxing and copying are effortless, with fax numbers taken from Outlook and other address books.

The d145 would have gotten a 5 Star rating from me had the scanning software been as easy to use as what came with the g-series multifunction I had. When you scanned with the other, it asked you what you wanted to send the scanned article to (Word, Wordperfect, PaintShop Pro, etc.), with the d145 you have to establish the applications that it will scan to. This may not be a problem with other buyers, and once I learned I needed to do it, it presented no problem.

One last item, I have an unbelievable number of items hooked-up to the computer that has the d145, so many that I use two USB routers to expand the number of USB ports. I've noticed that some items, such as my PDA desktop cradle, caused my d145 to go slightly haywire with the LED's flashing. Making sure both did not share the same USB expansion router solved the problem.

Overall, the d145 is the best multifunction printer, copier, fax, scanner, I've every had, and I'd recommend it to anyone wanting the best of all worlds.

UPDATE: I recently purchased an HP Camera for my Step-Daughter (Photosmart 720) and one for myself (Photosmart 850). Both use the little SD memory cards. The d145 I purchased only a couple of months ago does not have an SD slot. So make sure your camera's memory is compatible with the slots on the d145.

1-0 out of 5 stars Worst product to work on macintosh
I bought D145 a year ago and despite rares drivers update it's still using 25-50% off CPU even when not printing, i can't scan and it's so slow to print. Don't buy HP product for mac !

1-0 out of 5 stars Ink RipOff
I should have done more research into HP printer cartridges before I invested in this MFC. I run a small business and need a reliable, cost-effective printer. In order to save a significant amount of money, I use refilled cartridges. HP has put a time bomb in its cartidges by setting an expiration date on the cartidge. Even if the cartridge is still full! It totally stops working with no override available (there is an override for the ink level for refilled cartridges). Thier explanation for this is to protect us from degraded ink...The real reason is to force you to purchase expensive new ink cartidges at regular intervals whether you need them or not. It is interesting that they only do this on business oriented machines and not on the cheaper consumer models. The cheap machines must not need the "protection" from a degraded ink. I guess if ink costs per page is not an issue and having a ready supply of recently purchased ink cartriges on hand is within your budget, then this is the unit for you.

This thing is history!

1-0 out of 5 stars Too many features, no function
I have struggled with this machine from the beggining. It is a case of a machine trying to do too much and not getting anything right. If you need very basic limited quantities printing, scanning and faxing then it is ok. Trying to create photo projects and printing graphics is a nightmare- for every one print, there are 3 that go wrong. Also does not handle well for irregular sizes- cards etc., must hand feed, no batch printing. Not worth the money or the space savings, and HP does not stand behind the product. ... Read more

53. HP PhotoSmart 7150 Inkjet Printer
by Hewlett Packard
list price: $182.00
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B000069LHZ
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Hewlett Packard
Sales Rank: 10087
Average Customer Review: 4.13 out of 5 stars
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  • Photo-quality inkjet printer with easy digital camera connection
  • Up to 4,800 dpi color resolution on photo paper
  • 2 USB ports, 1 in front and 1 in back
  • Supports optional duplex accessory for 2-sided printing
  • PC and Mac compatible

Reviews (23)

5-0 out of 5 stars Excellant Printer
This is my third HP and the results just keep getting better. The 7150 is stylish and well designed. The printer has a 4 x 6 photo tray that allows 20 sheets of photo paper to be loaded and printed in a batch mode directly from HP's excellant photo printing / album layout software. Even with the 20 sheets of 4 x 6 paper loaded you can still print on regular paper via a lower paper tray. Prints using the photo color cartridge are stunning. I have to say I sold my Epson 820 in no time flat and even made my Canon friend blush when he saw how incredible the prints are. As always the big advantage to HP is the quality. These printers don't jam, don't need head cleaning and don't require tweaking to get the results you see on screen.

3-0 out of 5 stars A bit disappointed...
As an HP-only printer owner over the 15 years I've been using the PC, it was a natural for me to again go to them when I upgraded my 1MP digicam to a 4MP. I've had nothing but great performance and reliability from these machines!

The upgrade to the HP 7150 Photosmart was a no-brainer. I did anguish over whether to go with the Canon i850, as I have worked in consumer electronics for the past 6 years, so I know my way around printers, and know the Canon's rep for quality.

Anyway, the printer was incredibly easy to set up and get running! I set it up for max quality and photo ink, and the first photo was STUNNING! I noticed a few peculiarities that bothered me, though:

- Prints were coming out curled at 4x6 AND 8.5x11. I want my prints to come out as flat as the paper they're printed on.
- In my opinion, the printer is WAY too noisy for my taste. My wife and I work opposite shifts, so I have to print the occasional job while she's asleep --- well, WAS asleep!

Overall, I love the 4x6 paper tray, and the HP name. I'm sorry to say, though, I will be returning the 7150 in exchange for a Canon i850. I will miss my nice, quiet 722C(the printer I'm replacing) - hopefully, the Canon won't let me down...

3-0 out of 5 stars HP 7150
My HP 7150 prints nice photographs. The quality is very good, but I have had a lot of difficulty getting 4x6 sizes of paper to feed properly.

Also, business letters are important to me and I can't get envelopes to feed properly.

It has been frustrating not having availability of free customer service.

I will probably replace this unit with an Epson in the near future.

5-0 out of 5 stars See my earlier review

I reviewed this product on October 19th, last year. It has been six months now, and the printer is still operating flawlessly. It feeds well, prints great color pictures, and I am completely pleased with it.

If only HP would make one a little faster, with the same quality.

Joseph (Joe) Pierre

author of Handguns and Freedom...their care and maintenance
and other books

5-0 out of 5 stars stylish, stunning, very reliable
I had a canon s520 but i sold it because it went bad and I needed to replace the head which costed more than the printer. I'm glad i got the photosmart 7150. its so much better. the prints come out soo good on 4x6 using the photo tank. also i found out hp ink tanks come with heads on them so you'll get a good printing everytime. the ink tanks might cost a bit more but if you put your quality in the settings to like "draft" or "everyday" printing then you'll save a lot of money. go buy this!! its very affordable too. ... Read more

54. HP PhotoSmart 130 Inkjet Printer
by Hewlett Packard
list price: $180.00
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B000069LI6
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Hewlett Packard
Sales Rank: 6354
Average Customer Review: 4.24 out of 5 stars
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Looking for a convenient way to bring those digital photos to life on paper? The HP PhotoSmart 130 color inkjet printer offers impressive borderless 4-by-6-inch photos with up to 4,800 x 1,200 optimized color dpi. Using the printer's available card slots, you can print directly from your digital camera's CompactFlash, SmartMedia, Sony Memory Stick, Secure Digital, or MultiMediaCard memory media without having to first load images onto your system.

HP's specially developed inks and photo papers create intense colors that are nearly fade-proof, and they supply a range of finishes and sizes. The built-in paper feeder can process sheets up to 4 by 6 inches, the total number of sheets depending on their thickness.

The included software bundle allows you to organize and file images in a variety of ways--you can even create custom slide shows. The USB-equipped PhotoSmart 130 is easily transportable, measuring only 8.8 by 7.9 by 4.9 inches and weighing less than three pounds. Compatible with either PC or Macintosh, all drivers, power cords, and ink cartridges are included right in the box. Hewlett-Packard provides a one-year warranty that covers parts and service. ... Read more


  • Direct-photo printing from CompactFlash, SmartMedia, Sony Memory Stick, Secure Digital, and MultiMedia
  • Up to 4,800 x 1,200 optimized color dpi on HP Premium Photo papers
  • Prints a borderless 4-by-6-inch photo in less than 3 minutes
  • Small and lightweight for easy transportability
  • HP Memories disc-creator software for albums and slide shows

Reviews (17)

5-0 out of 5 stars the best little photo printer for your money
The hp photosmart 130 has the quality of a photoshop. I got it for 150 dollars thinking what the heck. But when I tried it out it was more like wow, this thing is tight. It prints fast, crisp, clean pictures off your memory card. It's very simple. You stick your card in the correct slot, and the printer will read the images. The only bad thing is that the pictures are numbered by the order that they are on the memory card. So you have to know that. BUT, there is an alteritive. You can select a range of pictures that you think the picture might be in, ex:(1-27) and then it will print out little thumbnails of those pictures with a number under it. Then from that you can decide the picture number you want to print. BUT, it is sometimes hard to determin what picture it is that you want because it is so small.

-Inexpensive Ink
-Great Price
-Easy to use

-thumbnails are often too small

4-0 out of 5 stars Good Printer for the Price
Considering that this is an older model from HP (HP discontinued this model and suggest to buy Photosmart 145 as an alternative), this is a good printer. It does pretty well what it promises to do - print quality 4x6 photos. The printer is easy to set up and easy to use. It accepts different types of digital memory cards and is pretty fast in printing - less than 30 seconds to print one photo. The quality of the prints is as good as regular camera prints - your friends wouldn't tell the difference unless you tell them. The one inconvenience with this printer is the non-availability of print preview facility on the printer - you have to note down the serial number of the image (by viewing on the camera) before inserting the digital memory card into the printer. Overall, this is a good printer for the price you get it.

5-0 out of 5 stars really good printer
i got this printer to start a photo studio in my house, and i live out of te city and all the people i took a picture, are happy whit it. i am workin whit this printer so, i tink is one of the best i have. also have lexmark 6170 all in one and works great too. the ink last me a lot. have more than 100 shots and still almost at half. i sold all the pict. and share whit some family , all are in love whit this printer. another thing. i dont use glossy paper. starting using ferrania profesional satin is the best paper for photos. try ferrania and youll remember me.

4-0 out of 5 stars Great for novices and travellers
The printer is highly suitable for non-PC environments and for those on the go. The HP Photosmart 130's affordable price, support for the main digicam storage media, "no-brainer" operation and quality output also make it a good buy for novice and intermediate digital camera users who are looking for a photo printer.

Pros: Portable, no PC required, quality output.
Cons: Printing costs can get expensive, takes 2.5 minutes to produce a 4R print.

5-0 out of 5 stars new to photo's
I was never one to get into photography but with the gift of a sony digital and this HP130 I am in buisness. I take a whole bunch of photos and when I get the one I like I give copies to the folks I think will appreciate it. No waste of money to develope just to see if I got a good Picture....The people around me especialy like my picture of "grumpy" from disneyland last march...they say he is my patron saint... ... Read more

55. Hewlett Packard DeskJet 712C Color Inkjet Printer
by Hewlett Packard
list price: $185.00
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B00000JYWD
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Hewlett Packard
Sales Rank: 22895
Average Customer Review: 2.8 out of 5 stars
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The Hewlett-Packard DeskJet 712C is a compact personal ink-jet printer that delivers high-quality output at a bargain price. This color printer lacks its own software bundle but is an easy-to-use PC add-on.

Like some of Hewlett-Packard's other ink-jet models, the 712C uses a space-saving case design that fits neatly on most desks. Paper enters the printer from a 100-page input tray, which extends horizontally from the front, and exits directly over the top into an output tray. The input tray's adjustable guides allow for legal-size paper, envelopes, and special-size media as narrow as 3 inches. This tray also pulls out to allow for easy reloading. Consistent with Hewlett-Packard's latest designs, the DeskJet 712C features a switch that allows the input tray to handle continuous banner paper.

Loading ink into the DeskJet 712C couldn't be simpler. When you lift the cover, the ink cartridges automatically move to the center of the unit for easy access. Side-by-side black and tricolor cartridges insert securely using obvious green release levers. Because cartridges contain both the ink reservoir and nozzle, they won't make a mess when you change them.

Black text prints at up to 600 x 600 dpi, and the unit uses Hewlett-Packard's Photo Ret II technology to provide brilliant color. The DeskJet 712C's output is impressive for the printer's price. Text is crisp with smooth curves, and photographic output is well balanced and realistic. Because no application software is included with the DeskJet 712C, you'll need your own programs to design colorful creations. But if you're just looking for a way to add quality output to your system, this is a wise and affordable solution. ... Read more


  • Affordable
  • 600 x 600 dpi black text
  • Supports continuous banners, has envelope slot
  • 6 pages per minute black, 3 pages per minute color
  • Parallel cable sold separately

Reviews (5)

1-0 out of 5 stars It was good when it woked
A lot of paper jams. Eats ink like water. Printer does not work after 12 months. Colors run. Paper comes out with waves from the wet ink. Slow. Makes a lot of noise.

Buy a bottle of soda and chew on the glass. You'll have a better time!

I purchased a 712c HP injet printer so long ago I can't tell you when it was but it has been an outstanding printer. Never have any problems with it no matter what Windows(95, 98 or Me)I have used. You can print great colored pictures on it. I have a digital camera and it prints great 5x7 pictures and smaller ones. They look like I have had them developed. My only draw back right now is that I print a lot of pictures or picture cards so the printing speed is to slow for me for color printing. I wish HP would take trade-ins for a new Printer because this printer is in the same shape it was in when I purchased it and have not ever had to have it worked on. I just print a lot of pictures so I need a faster printer.

3-0 out of 5 stars Great printer just wouldn't spend the money.
I've been using this printer for three years now; it is an excellent printer. I have never had any major problems, a few paper jams, but nothing unbearable. I've been looking for a new printer to replace it and I have found many other printers just as good and some better for a lot less money. If your going to buy this printer you may think about looking at some lower priced ones because you may be able to save money and get a better printer.

4-0 out of 5 stars Hewlett-Packard DeskJet 712C Color Ink Jet Printer
I have had my HP 712C for nearly 3 years, and it has proven to be very reliable with no problems what so ever. This is my first printer, and because of the low cost I was very suprised at the quality of the print. The black & white text is professional quality, the color is true, and the color photographs are very nice. The biggest negative is the printing speed. Text is fast but graphics will try your patience. I believe that this is a great first printer for anyone. It is easy to use, easy to load fresh ink modules and paper. This is a good printer that I have been very happy with and would recommend.

1-0 out of 5 stars Great... when it works... which is basically never.
I really want to like this printer. When it prints, the results are wonderful. The problem is, to say it's prone to jamming up is an understatement. NOTHING I can do can keep this this running. I spend my days hand feeding it pages.... and still having 10+ sheets get destroyed in the process. I'll never buy another HP product in my life. ... Read more

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Asin: B0000CA2K3
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Hewlett Packard Office
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57. HP 2200Cse Business Inkjet Printer
by Hewlett Packard
list price: $499.99
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Asin: B00004XREN
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Hewlett Packard
Sales Rank: 41265
Average Customer Review: 3.4 out of 5 stars
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The Hewlett-Packard 2200cse is ideal for small businesses because itproduces sensational color documents, thanks to HP's exclusive PhotoREt IIIcolor layering technology. The HP modular ink delivery system integrates fourseparate print heads and ink cartridges to deliver speedy printing in color ormonochrome. The 2200cse can print black text at up to 15 pages per minute andcolor documents at 14 ppm, both with up to 1,200 x 600 dpi resolution.

The2200cse features a 500-sheet capacity and can be networked easily among severalusers. With up to 10,000-pages-per-month print capacity, the 2200cse is robustenough to handle your most challenging print tasks. It features 8 MB RAM and isexpandable to 88 MB. It offers smart printing features, including an LCD inkgauge, print head replacement warnings, and a transparency sensor.

The printercomes with a power cord, reference guide, setup guide, software CD-ROM, and allthe print cartridges you need to set up shop. It is compatible with MicrosoftWindows 95, 98, NT 4.0, and Macintosh 8.1 applications. The HP 2200cse has aone-year Express Exchange warranty. --Megan Dugan ... Read more


  • Prints up to 14 ppm in color and up to 15 ppm in black and white
  • 1,200 x 600 dpi in color and black and white
  • PC and Mac compatible
  • Sheet tray holds 250 pages (second 250-sheet paper tray optional)
  • Network capable

Reviews (5)

2-0 out of 5 stars HP does not reply to problems
I purchased a HP2000C printer April 1999 for home use for [price]. It had fine quality print. I three weeks ago said I needed to replace the black print head and I did and it still did not work and replace the other 3 print heads total [price]and it still does not work. I have [price]in ink cartridges not used so I asked for help from HP three days ago and have not heard of thing. Prior to that I used as much a Cannon 600e and it is still in operation, gave it to my Dad, and never had to do anything with it. I recently ordered a Epson C80 for [price]less Epson rebate of [price]and I bet it last longer. I suggest Epson or Cannon.

5-0 out of 5 stars Easy set up
The most difficult thing about setting up this printer was taking it out of the box. HP has done a great job making it simple and easy to use.

4-0 out of 5 stars HP 2200 SE - Good Printer
I've been using my HP 2200 SE for abount 9 months and had no problems. Paper pick-up (fan the paper for best results) and drivers work fine. The printer works faster on the "best" quality print mode with Windows ME. Everything works OK on Windows XP - but the "best" quality print mode is a lot slower. "Normal" print mode is very adequate for pictures (or anything else) and its speed is acceptable. The "draft" mode is fast - but don't expect pictures to be very great.

I have used the HP 2200SE on Pentium (200) (with Windows ME); Pentium II (400) (with WIndows ME); Pentium 4 (1.4 gHz) (with WIndows ME and upgraded to WIndows XP); Pentium 4 (1.8 gHz) (with WIndows XP).

This printer uses HP no. 11 ink cartridges (one for each color) and Hp no. 10 for black. Also note that as of 12/7/2001 this web site does not carry HP no. 11 cartridges. But, you can get them elsewhere.

On a normal day I print photos on high quality photo paper as well as normal (everyday) paper with good results. Light weight card stock (business card stock) works OK - but if you go to a heavier paper the HP 2200SE begins to have problems.

If the printer needs to be replaced under warranty they over night a refurbished printer to you. BUT - my experience with HP refurbished printers is not so great (I had to return 2 refurbished printers - and the one I finally accepted has its own (shall we say) personallity. The return was with a HP 2000 printer after about 2 years of service.

Overall the HP 2200SE printer, I have, is a good printer and a refinement of the HP 2000CSE printer. I'll probably be buying an additional HP 2200SE in the next month.

5-0 out of 5 stars Very, very good printer
I own the HP Business Inkjet 2200se for almost a whole year and never had trouble with it. I have been using it on my PII-266 with Windows 2000 and it always worked well. I like this printer because it's very fast, the cost per page is very low (you will be surprised if you use it!!!!) and the print quality is excellent!!! I would recommend it to every one who wants a really good printer and can not or doesn't want to pay for a Color Laser. Buy it!

1-0 out of 5 stars THIS PRINTER IS A DOG!
I purchased and installed this printer in my home office. The installation was done by my wife who is employed installing hardware and software. In short, the printer drivers in this printer are defective. As a result, although I could, occasionally, print a new document, it was impossible to print any existing documents. An e-mail to Hewlett Packard Technical Support was met with a nice, computer generated response telling me they would get back to me in two days.

But, who on earth can wait two days without being able to print? Two days, to most businesses, is an eternity.

If you're a small business person or anyone considering this product, run the other way as fast as you can. You will waste lots of time trying to make this machine do what you purchased it to do, PRINT! ... Read more

58. HP PhotoSmart 1115 Inkjet Printer
by Hewlett Packard
list price: $199.94
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Asin: B000063W90
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Hewlett Packard
Sales Rank: 17956
Average Customer Review: 3.76 out of 5 stars
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Forget having your digital photos printed by someone else. With this PhotoSmart InkJet printer, you can print full-color photos yourself quickly and easily. Print sizes range from 4 by 6 inches all the way up to 8.5 by 11 inches, at up to 2,400 x 1,200 dpi resolution. (Note that the highest-resolution photos will require premium photo paper.)

The HP 1115 lets you print directly from your digital camera, using CompactFlash, SmartMedia, or Sony Memory Stick memory cards. You can also connect directly to your computer using the built-in USB port and included HP photo imaging software. Printing is remarkably fast, producing 12 pages per minute (ppm) black and 10 ppm color; the printer includes both a 20-sheet, 4-by-6-inch photo tray and a 100-sheet, 8.5-by-11-inch paper tray.

The HP 1115 features color layering technology from PhotoREt III, printing richer colors for great skin tones, as a quicker printing alternative to 2,400 x 1,200 dpi resolution, while maintaining the same exceptional print quality.

The HP 1115 is both Mac and PC compatible (but optimized for Windows): Windows 98, 2000 Professional, Me, XP Home, and XP Professional; and Mac OS 8.6 or later on G3 and G4 with USB-connect Macintosh. The printer is backed by a one-year warranty, with the option to extend it to three years at additional cost. ... Read more


  • 2,400 x 1,200 dpi resolution, PhotoREt III color layering technology
  • Prints up to 12 ppm in black, 2.9 ppm in color
  • Prints from PC or directly from CompactFlash or SmartMedia
  • Flexible paper handling from 3-by-3-inch cards to 8.5-by-14-inch legal documents
  • USB interface; PC and Mac compatible

Reviews (17)

2-0 out of 5 stars Grainy image
I can't resist writing a review, because I rely heavily on what others have to say too.

I just bought the 1115 and it's being returned today. I've had an Epson Photostylus 870 for the past couple of years and had a little ink mis-hap (my fault) and thought, what the heck I'll get a new printer figuring the technology has improved, etc. This time I decided to go with an HP because I generally like their products, but I'm going back to an Epson.

The quality of photo prints are not even comparable. The Epson prints are clear, crisp and realistic. The HP prints (even at 2400dpi) are grainy and fuzzy.

Not to mention that ever since I installed the printer (using USB) my floppy disk drive has been grinding every few minutes. Not sure what's up with that.

I will say that the HP is fast and fairly quiet. Printing regular documents on paper of course looks nice, but for "real" photo images try Epson.

Good luck!

4-0 out of 5 stars HP workhorse
Great Printer, but does get a bit cranky at times. The 2 side print capability is a plus, saving paper & making printouts more compact. Does a 4 + job on photos, but hard to use the small photo tray. I've used this printer for approx 2 years and just now feel it may be time to upgrade. I feel I made a good choice for my photos.

5-0 out of 5 stars Nice
Great printer! Fast and awesome color printing!

5-0 out of 5 stars Excellent printer, excellent prints!
Although most people say the prints are grainy, I disagree. I recently purchased this printer, and got some Kodak Ultima Premium High-Gloss, Heavy Weight photo paper, and I have to say, the picture quality is INCREDIBLE! I tried printing photos with low gloss, lightweight paper, and I will say that the quality was somewhat comparable to my old Canon BJC-2100. If you get the right photo paper for this baby, though, it can print some excellent photos at a fraction of the cost for some super high-end models with DPI resolutions beyond what we really need. If you stick these photos in a picture frams, you can't even tell the difference between real photos and photos printed with this thing. All in all, I think it is well worth the money.

4-0 out of 5 stars Love the printer-hate having to chase paper
I love this printer - my only complaint is that it shoots the paper out - you would think they could have a decent paper tray
instead of shooting my still damp photos across the room. ... Read more

59. HP 825c DeskJet Printer
by Hewlett Packard
list price: $49.99
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Asin: B000063W91
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Hewlett Packard
Sales Rank: 28130
Average Customer Review: 2.82 out of 5 stars
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Ideal for personal use or a home business, the HP 825C combines a variety of features with an economical price. Average print speeds are 6.5 ppm (pages per minute) for black text, and 4.5 ppm when using colored inks. With either format, your documents receive crisp definition thanks to 600 x 300 dpi resolution and HP's thermal inkjet printing technology.

The printer is ready for letter-, legal-, and executive-size paper, as well as transparencies, envelopes, greeting cards, photo paper, and labels. The paper tray can hold up to 100 sheets of standard paper or 30 envelopes at a time.

Weighing in at just 12 pounds, the printer is sized to be especially convenient where space is at a premium. It connects to your system via a USB port and is compatible with Microsoft Windows 98, 2000, Me, and XP. Hewlett-Packard offers a 90-day warranty covering parts and service. ... Read more


  • Up to 3.5 ppm black, 3.5 ppm color
  • 600 x 600 b/w, 600 x 1200 dpi color on premium photo papers
  • Easy USB connection
  • PC and Mac compatible
  • Compact size, quiet operation

Reviews (11)

4-0 out of 5 stars solid printer for everday use
this printer holds up well for normal, everyday use-- i mostly use it for academic work, and its held up well for the past 2 years (paper jams have been rare). color printing with the hp 825c isn't the best quality, but digital pictures come out moderately well on photo quality paper-- i've framed photos printed by the hp 825c and, unless they're looking closely, people haven't really noticed any difference from my regularly developed photos. overall, the hp 825c is a decent printer, well-priced for student use.

4-0 out of 5 stars Great Printer!!! Cheap!!! Perfect for students!!!
I bought my 825c printer for a really good price, about half the average cost of printers. The best thing about the deal is that it even included ink cartridges! (Which ironically cost the same price as the printer itself)

Over the years, it has been a great, hassle-free, beautiful looking printer, and has graciously accepted ink refills (instead of having to buy more of those outlandishly expensive printer cartridges).

Of course, the occasional printer jam is inevitable for all printers, but those have been minimal for me. Surely the quality is nowhere near photo quality, but for reports and papers, it works just fine.

My hp 825c is one of my best purchases since I got to college.

1-0 out of 5 stars Constant paper jams
I had no expectations for print quality with a printer at this price, but expected something that worked. EVERY attempt to print either jammed the printer or ripped the paper. I attempted to print with newly opened reams ranging from low end generic copy paper to Epson photo paper with consistent results. If you do decide to buy, 1) ensure the store will accept returns, and 2) be prepared to pay return shipping.

1-0 out of 5 stars limitations of color printing
This printer works great for almost any application, but do not expect to print on special paper. On even the soft gloss paper, the ink blobs and gives poor quality printing. The color photos print better on regular paper than on photo or special finish paper. NOT RECOMMENDED FOR PHOTO PRINTING, you will be disappointed.

3-0 out of 5 stars Solid light-use printer
HP has made a solid printer for light home use in the 825c.

HP based this bargain printer on the bones of the sturdy, albeit older, 800 series. This is a real advantage, because you take advantage of HP's paid-for tooling on a formerly higher-priced series. You get a printer that's more solidly built than comparable entry-level printers, but the tradeoff is that you don't get the latest printing technology advances. This printer is best for printing text and light graphics. It prints photos, as well, although probably not as well as a printer with the latest technologies.

The 825c is easy to install -- I had it running in minutes on my decrepit, 1997-vintage, Windows 98 PC. Its paper delivery system is sure and straight. Text is crisp. Colors are adequate.

I expect that this little printer will outlast not only my current PC, but my next one as well. ... Read more

60. HP Business Inkjet 3000n Network Printer
by Hewlett Packard
list price: $1,069.00
our price: $899.99
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Asin: B0000721YT
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Hewlett Packard
Sales Rank: 44084
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  • Up to 2,400 x 1,200 optimized dpi color, 1,200 x 600 dpi black
  • Up to 18 ppm color, 21 ppm black speed
  • 88 MB memory, expandable to 344 MB
  • Fast Ethernet internal print server for network printing
  • USB and parallel interfaces, PC and Mac compatible

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