HP Photosmart Photo Printer
Forget Dropping Off Film
I had purchased a digital camera, and while it is great to put all my photos on the computer, I still like to see pictures in my hands. So I bought an HP Photosmart Photo Printer on sale at Best Buy for $99.99.
With the HP Photosmart Photo Printer I can print a 4 x 6 photo in as little as 27 seconds. The pictures it prints look like I spent money at the photo shop, or dropped them off at the drug store.
The print resolution on the HP Photosmart Photo Printer is 1200 x1200 DPI for black printing, and 4800 x1200 DPI for color.
The HP Photosmart Photo Printer is very easy to set up. Once you load the photo paper, and the ink (Make sure to get the photo ink cartridge that is recommended.) printing is a breeze.
To begin printing photos, all you need to do in place a digital memory card into the provided slot, (it takes CompactFlash Type I/II, Magic Gate, Memory Stick, Memory Stick PRO, Secure Digital, MultiMediaCard, miniSD and xD-Picture Card) and start printing. You can print on a number of photo paper sizes from 4 x 6 to 4 x 12 panorama. The HP Photosmart Photo Printer does not need a PC to print. However, you can connect the printer to a PC or Mac with a USB cable.
The input and output tray capacity for the HP Photosmart Photo Printer is 20 sheets. You can also print on the go with the optional Lithium/Ion battery.
Operation of the HP Photosmart Photo Printer is easy with the touch screen feature. The quick touch frame buttons are only visible when the printer is turned on. If you touch the ‘Home’ option on the touch frame, you will bring up Photosmart Express Menu. From here you can check the ink level, battery status, View and print, or open the setup menu.
Loading paper in the HP Photosmart Photo Printer is simple. When you open the output tray, the input tray opens automatically. Load up to 20 sheets. (Do not load more than 20)Insert a memory card, and begin printing.
There are many more options on the HP Photosmart Photo Printer. I have been using this printer for about a month now, and I am very pleased with it. Even considering the cost of printer supplies, (ink and photo paper) I have saved a lot of money I wopuld have been speding on photo processing. I got a bargain for the money I spent.