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HP Photosmart 7520 e-All-in-One

by HP
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List Price: $246.00
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  • Sold Individually as 1 Each
  • Functions: Print, Copy, Scan, Fax
  • Auto Duplex Printing, Auto Document Feed
  • HP Auto Wireless Connect; USB 2.0 port.
  • 4.33" Color Touch Screen.
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HP Photosmart 7520 e-All-in-One + HP 564XL Black 564 Color Ink Cartridges Combo Pack (HP 564XL Black and 564 Regular Cyan, Magenta and Yellow)
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Technical Details

  • auto-duplex

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 20.8 x 11.2 x 19.7 inches ; 22.4 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 23 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B0093HI558
  • Item model number: CZ045A
  • Average Customer Review: 2.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (68 customer reviews)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: August 29, 2012

Product Description

Network-ready multifunction printer delivers superb versatility and photo quality. Print, copy, scan to e-mail, fax and access Web content with the 4.33" color touch screen. With HP ePrint, print from your smartphone or tablet from virtually anywhere. Easily print and share, using built-in wireless, and connect quickly with HP Auto Wireless Connect. Print lab-quality, fade-resistant photos, using individual inks, including photo black ink. Scan everyday documents and photos straight to e-mail, and scan multiple files to a single document. Use the convenient memory card slots or easy-access USB port to print photos. Print a 10" x 15" photo in 16 seconds or a color document in 17 seconds. From a computer, print color pages with 9600 x 2400 optimized dpi. Photosmart 7520 e-All-in-One Printer also features a 128MB memory, 25-sheet automatic document feeder, 125-sheet input tray, 20-sheet photo tray, duplex printing, USB 2.0 connectivity and thermal inkjet technology. Energy Star qualified.

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Customer Reviews

If you have heart problem, DO NOT call HP customer service.
Mike J
The wireless connection never works when I want to print from another device on my network.
I used to like and trust HP printers, but this one is a real piece of junk.
Nancy Ross

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

78 of 81 people found the following review helpful By RC Schmolka on December 21, 2012
We have had this new printer for about a month now. Have read many reviews about how much ink it uses. This is true. But .... there is a way to work around this. Click on the icon on your computer (we have Windows 7), there you can go to the "settings" and change them. Unless we are planning on printing photos ( I have another high end Epson printer that I usually use for my photography), we set the preferences for plain paper, and click on "advance" settings and then select "grayscale", "black only". The printer will then print only using black ink, and at the draft setting. With the draft setting, one goes through very little ink, when used for just printing text, or something that you don't plan on needing high quality. I did this with our old printer, and a XL (extra capacity) cartridge lasted us a year when used to print a few pages a day. If you need high quality, this printer puts out some nice results, just make sure you have it set for the correct paper you are using (VERY IMPORTANT for picture quality), and either "medium" print quality, or "best". If you plan on using "aftermarket" or refurbished cartridges, you MUST make sure they are not only the correct # (564 standard, or XL), but that they say "NEW GENERATION" also. If not, they will not work in this printer (haven't found an answer for that one yet). So far, everything is working as designed, and hopefully, this new HP will work at well as my old one that I bought almost 14 years ago (photosmart 1100). It's nice to be able to fax, scan, and copy, all from 1 unit. Hope this helps those who were concerned about the high ink usage reviews, which as I stated, is true if you plan on using it mainly for quality photos, but will be an "ink miser", if you use the draft setting for text or low quality B&W photo prints (like when I do a brake job on one of our vehicles. and want a pic of each side so that I can put them back together properly, and then no longer need the pic).
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20 of 22 people found the following review helpful By J-6 on May 16, 2013
I really wanted this printer to be ideal. It has so many features I need and use in a printer on a daily basis. Soon after getting this printer, I started having difficulties. No real problems, just things that make this printer not optimum for my use.
It drinks ink cartridges, rapidly. I print a fair amount of photos and text. I had to change ink cartridges on my old HP printer every three to four weeks. On the Photosmart 7520 I must change cartridges every 7-10 days. The cartridge ink level indicator is a fuzzy hint at a line. From what I can tell, one should change the cartridge when print quality declines. More often than not if I change one cartridge, it is not the one that should be changed. I end up changing all of the color cartridges routinely, even though there is still some ink in the cartridge. I have never seen an indicator or warning telling me that such and such a cartridge is low.
I print many 5 x 7 photos. When I remove the SD card and place it in the slot, it will show the photos on the card, starting with photo #1. If I want to print photo #463, I must swipe through 462 photos before I can tell it to print the proper photo. I can bypass this by going through the computer although a simple option on setup could make it more user friendly.
HP service is poor. I have called several times to get information about the printer and functions. I always get a someone with an Indian accent and barely understandable speach. They are friendly but difficult to understand. I am always asked if my problem has been solved. When I reply that the problem has not been solved, the person sounds disappointed and begins telling me that my problem can not be fixed and that it is only a problem to me, not to anyone else. Therefore my problem is not a problem.
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50 of 60 people found the following review helpful By Styx_Ray on September 23, 2012
My last 2 printers were HP.

The one I am replacing had a print head go bad (After 3.5 years) after I put brand new full ink into my HP C6380. Ink is expensive for these HP printers. So I bought the newest model 7520 HP printer with the exact same ink that I had already opened. Figured, at least I would not waste $89 in ink.

Why did I put new ink into a bad printer you may ask? Well I went to the HP web site and followed the trouble shooting for the error code I was getting. You have to love the HP trouble shooting, they say open new ink and put it in the printer as part of the efforts when the real issue was that the "print head" is broken. The good news is you can order a print head for about $26 on Amazon, of course school papers can't wait for it to be shipped so I got this unit at staples.

Just went for the only model available with the exact same ink since I had $89+ in ink ready to go. Plus this printer has the exact same print head as my old C6380. The first thing I did was put the new print head in my old printer and it solved the problem, this proves the print head was bad. So now I can order one and have a new back up printer as my old back up printer long ago ran out of ink and I don't think that type of ink is available any more.

Anyway, here is why I took one star. This new printer forces me to use the starter print cartridges that came with it. You ask me this is major fail. I mean this is the sole reason I got this printer so I can use the $89 in ink I already had open, before it dries up. If I wanted to waste $89 in ink I would have choosen another product. Ink used to be ink, I never heard of starter cartridges required to even use a new printer. This is fine if you are going to a new ink, but as a replacement forget it.
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