$999.99 + $18.39 shipping
In Stock. Sold by I-sell
Include

Have one to sell? Sell on Amazon

Image Unavailable

Image not available for
Color:
  • HP C8180 Photosmart All-in-One Printer
  • Sorry, this item is not available in
  • Image not available
  • To view this video download Flash Player
      

HP C8180 Photosmart All-in-One Printer

by HP
119 customer reviews

Price: $999.99 + $18.39 shipping
Only 1 left in stock.
Ships from and sold by I-sell.
  • All-In-One device offers color printing, copying, and scanning, with support for LightScribe
  • Outstanding print quality for photos and documents; speeds up to 34 ppm black and 33 ppm color; support for LightScribe to print CDs
  • Scan documents and photos at up to 4800 dpi optical resolution
  • Backed by 1-year warranty
  • Device measures 17.6 x 8.5 x 15.4 inches (WxHxD)
3 used from $270.00

Printer Deals
$999.99 + $18.39 shipping Only 1 left in stock. Ships from and sold by I-sell.


Technical Details

  • Print lab-quality photos in 6-ink color and laser-quality black text.
  • Archive photos to - or print from - CDs/DVDs, with or without a PC, using a built-in burner.

Product Description

Product Description

HP C8180 All-in-One WiFi Printer The HP Photosmart C8180 All-in-One is ready to meet your printing needs! Scan with industry-leading color accuracy, remove dust and scratches from images, print, copy, and archive photos to discs. Then add those finishing touches to CDs and DVDs and leave your indelible mark. Get more than you've ever dreamed out of photo archiving with a 3.5" touchscreen, LightScribe CD/DVD burner and industry-defining 6-color scanning technology. Share and print from network-enabled PCs, using incredible built-in wireless and Ethernet. Affordable and amazing! Specifications Printer type: Thermal Inkjet Resolution: Black: Up to 1200 dpi Color: Up to 1200 x 4800 dpi Maximum duty cycle: 3,000 pages per month Print Speed: Black: Up to 34 ppm Color: Up to 33 ppm Connectivity: Ethernet, USB, Bluetooth wireless technology, PictBridge, Wireless 802.11b/g Standard Paper Input: 100 Sheets Standard Paper Output: 50 Sheets Paper Sizes Supported: 4" x 6", 5" x 7", 8" x 10", 4" x 10", 4" x 11" Scan technology: Contact Image Scanner (CIS) Scan resolution Hardware: Up to 9600 x 9600 dpi Optical: Up to 9600 dpi Grayscale levels: 65,536 Bit depth: 96-bit Scan size Maximum: 8.5 x 11.7 in (216 x 297 mm) Copy resolution: Black: Up to 1200 x 1200 dpi Color: Up to 4800 x 1200 optimized dpi Copy speed: Black: 34 cpm Color: 33 cpm Copier settings: Actual size, Fit to page, Full page, Custom %, Legal to Letter, 2 on 1 Memory Included: 64MB Power Source: 100 - 240 VAC (+/-10%), 50/60 Hz (+/- 3 Hz) Minimum System Requirements Windows: 2000 (SP3 or higher), XP, or Vista RAM: 128 MB (512 MB for Vista) Processor: Intel Pentium II 233MHZ (800MHZ for Vista) Hard Disk: 1 GB OS X: v 10.3.9 or 10.4 RAM: 128 MB Processor: Power PC G3, G4, G5 or Intel Core processor Hard Disk: 200 MB 12 months parts and labor limited warranty Dimensions: 17.6"W x 15.4"D x 8.5"H

Amazon.com

The HP Photosmart C8180 All-in-One is perfect for archivists who want to preserve all their old photos. The C8180 can print, scan, and copy and has built-in LightScribe technology that will print professional-looking labels on CDs and DVDs. The printer has a built-in 3.5-inch touchscreen you can use to easily print photos without a PC: Simply put your memory card into the memory card slot (supports CompactFlash, xD, Secure Digital (SD)/Multimedia Card (MMC), SDHC, HDMMC, MMCPlus, Memory Stick (MS), MS Pro, MS Duo, MS Pro Duo), preview it on the display, and print. Enhance your photos and remove red eye with HP Red-eye Removal, HP Scratch and Dust Removal, and HP Adaptive Lighting technologies.

The HP Photosmart C8180 produces lab-quality, fade-resistant photo prints by using a six-ink color system for accurate color reproduction. Photos will always print on the correct side of the paper with the right quality settings because of HP Auto Sense technology. And coupled with HP Advanced Photo Paper, the C8180 is sure to produce photos that are smudge and smear-resistant right from the printer. Print speed is outstanding as well, at up to 34 ppm black and 33 ppm color. For those looking to save paper, an optional (not included) duplexer lets you print on both sides of the paper. With built-in Ethernet, everyone on your home network can share the printer.

The scanner uses a Contact Image Scanner (CIS) for scans at up to 9600 dpi optical resolution with a scan size of up to 8.5 by 11.7 inches. The copier supports pages up to this size as well and you can make up to 50 copies in one pass. Color copies are supported and there are settings for enlarging and reducing from 50 to 400 percent. HP Photosmart C8180 supports Windows 2000, Windows ME, Windows XP Home and Professional, and Windows Vista as well as Mac OS X 10.3.9 and 10.4.x. It is backed by a 1-year warranty.

What's in the Box
Photosmart C8180 all-in-one, 02 black ink cartridge, 02 cyan ink cartridge, 02 magenta ink cartridge, 02 yellow ink cartridge, 02 light cyan ink cartridge, 02 light magenta ink cartridge, power cord, starter ink cartridges, setup guide, user's guide, paper sample pack, and installer CD.


Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 15.4 x 17.6 x 8.5 inches ; 25.1 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 27.8 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
  • International Shipping: This item is not eligible for international shipping. Learn More
  • ASIN: B000VZOYW4
  • Item model number: L2526A#ABA
  • Average Customer Review: 3.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (119 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank:
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: July 7, 2004

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

140 of 146 people found the following review helpful By Tim Robertson VINE VOICE on August 21, 2008
I've been a happy user of my HP 7280 all-in-one unit for a number of months. After I reluctantly returned the C7280 review unit, I put my money where my review mouth was, bought one, and have had no regrets.

HP asked me to review the C8180, and here's what I found after using on it for quite a while.

First off, the 8180 is not simply a 7280 with HP's revisions du jour; it has a higher resolution scanner and printer. According to HP, the additional sensors that make up the 96 bit scanner sensor produce better color accuracy as well as reduced noise and grain from negatives. It is more obvious when scanning certain colors, like saturated reds and greens, and scanning certain types of originals, like offset press or inkjet prints. As we'll see, actually producing a 96 bit scan is awkward.

However, the 8180 has no fax capability at all. It has the same abilities to read from various types of camera memory cards, and it also can print via USB, Ethernet, or 802.11b/g wireless. It has no 802.11n capability. It also has the same print engine that uses six separate ink cartridges.

One important new addition is a CD/DVD burner with LightScribe capability. LightScribe allows you to print custom images or text on the face of LightScribe-compatible blanks. In addition to being controlled by the 8180 itself, the burner can be shared with your computer, and any application can print to the LightScribe print driver.

The 8180 comes with a sheet feeder capable of handling various paper sizes and quantities, although my review unit did not have one.

Given the flawless performance of the feeder on my 7280, I predict that the 8180's will function just as well.

The 8180's appearance has been updated.
Read more ›
10 Comments Was this review helpful to you? Yes No Sending feedback...
Thank you for your feedback. If this review is inappropriate, please let us know.
Sorry, we failed to record your vote. Please try again
99 of 106 people found the following review helpful By Sid on February 26, 2008
I LOVE THIS PRINTER! I have been using HP printers since 1994 have had almost no problems with any of them. In fact, I am still using the one I bought in 1994 but it isn't a multi-function printer. I wanted to get a new printer that had copy, scan and photo capabilities. I bought a Canon MP970 because it had such high ratings. I hated it so I returned it and got the HP C8180 instead.

I don't understand what the negative reviewers are talking about since I have not encountered any of the problems they metion. In fact, my experiece with this printer has been the opposite of what they say.

Set up was fairly easy. I have it set up to work on my wireless network and encountered no problems during set-up. I installed the software on all the computers on my home network (three desktops and one laptop) and again had no problems. The whole set-up from start to finish took less than 1 hour (that's for the printer and all computers).

Apparently, some peple ecountered a problem with their printer uninstalling itself. HP has a driver update that fixes this issue. When installing the printer it gives you the option to check the web for updated drivers. I downloaded the update and I haven't had any problems.

A couple of the reviewers mentioned that the CD/DVD option only works in USB mode. This just isn't true. As I said, I have my printer connected via a wireless router (WiFi) and have been able to make picture DVDs. It's great to be able to pop in my camera's memory card and then just create a DVD.

If you want to burn a label onto a DVD, you must use LightScribe compatible DVDs (if you just want to save/backup your photos you can use any DVD).
Read more ›
7 Comments Was this review helpful to you? Yes No Sending feedback...
Thank you for your feedback. If this review is inappropriate, please let us know.
Sorry, we failed to record your vote. Please try again
57 of 64 people found the following review helpful By Don't stand for JUNK on February 3, 2008
If you buy this item you are asking for trouble. MANY of the features that are mentioned in pre-sale information do NOT exist on this printer or do not work as advertised.

First, is the DVD burning. Not until you unpack the printer and read the installation manual does it mention that you can't burn a DVD through a network connection. It is USB or nothing.

Second, and worse yet, is that the scanner, from the specs, appears to be a top of the line with 4800 dpi optical resolution. Good luck using it at this resolution.

Scanning at ANYTHING higher than the default resolutions usually won't work. The defaults are 200 dpi for film and 300 dpi for prints. For negatives 200 dpi is useless if you plan to blow it up past the size of a postage stamp.

Using Twain to transfer to Photoshop only works 10% of the time even at the default settings. Most times it will either report the file is too big (32 MB, who knew?) or just sit there and do nothing. The other scanning methods do not give enough control of scaling to be of any use.

I just used the non-twain scan option to bring in a 4x4 print at 1200 dpi and it took 5 minutes. My 10 year old Microtek scanner would do this in 60 seconds or less.

No where in the pre-sale specs does it mention these limits.

HP tells me that this is due to "defective hardware" the scanner was built on. Pardon me?

I am stuck with a piece of junk. I will never touch another HP product again.

Print quality? Can't tell you. Can't scan my existing negatives or prints well enough to get a decent print.

It also re-installed itself after being turned on. It made a duplicate of itself in the control panel.
Read more ›
4 Comments Was this review helpful to you? Yes No Sending feedback...
Thank you for your feedback. If this review is inappropriate, please let us know.
Sorry, we failed to record your vote. Please try again

Most Recent Customer Reviews