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HP PhotoSmart 6525 e-All-In-One Ink Jet Printer

by HP
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Price: $179.99 + $13.49 shipping
Only 4 left in stock.
Ships from and sold by amanienterprises.
  • Print, scan, copy
  • 3.45" (8.7 cm) color touchscreen
  • Up to 12 ppm black, 8.5 ppm color
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$179.99 + $13.49 shipping Only 4 left in stock. Ships from and sold by amanienterprises.

Technical Details

  • photo;color;auto-duplex

Product Description

Experience premium photo printing with this e-All-in-One's 3.45-inch (8.7 cm) gesture-enabled touchscreen & automatic photo paper tray with peek window. Print from virtually anywhere with HP ePrint,[1] share wirelessly,[7] and scan & copy with ease.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 22.2 x 17.3 x 6.3 inches ; 17.2 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 17.4 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B00BNFJSEA
  • Average Customer Review: 1.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (54 customer reviews)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: March 1, 2013

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

Won't be buying HP printer again.
J. Silver
I've run the print head clean cycle about 50 times and all I've done is used up the ink in the other cartridges.
T. Hayes
Tiny ink cartridges won't hold much ink.
ruthiemorris

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

39 of 41 people found the following review helpful By Trigeek on April 25, 2013
Purchased recently and had it up and running on my home wifi network in about 10 minutes. I have two Mac laptops, 2 Iphones and an Ipad mini--all can access the printer over wifi and print without a problem. Haven't tried e-fax yet, but so far everything works as advertised. This printer replaced a Cannon MX 900 that had had great reviews, but I found it very noisy and prone to paper jams.
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19 of 22 people found the following review helpful By Michael Maldonado on June 15, 2013
First of all I purchased this printer from Costco.

We own a PC with WIN 7 and the printer software loaded just fine. I have test the scanner, printer and wireless printing and all work just fine. I have not tried the fax because we don't fax, I can't remember the last time I had to send or receive a fax.

Wireless paired fine with our home wireless network no problem. We have 3 computers in the home and all three print no problem. All of our cell phones are iPhone and there has been no problem sending documents or photos.

The last printer we had was an HP 1610 and that must have last at least 5 or 6 years but our college kids wanted a wireless printer so they could print away from home. I hope this HP printer lasts as long as our last one.

I have seen some reviews regarding connection or loading software but we never had any of those problems. It looks nice and works great.
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12 of 13 people found the following review helpful By J. Silver on May 18, 2014
Or otherwise, that's what it's get. Less than a year old. Will not print from the black cartridge. HP support website is flooded with people posting questions about it, no helpful answers from HP. Hoping I can get Staples to take back unsued ink cartridges, but the printer itself and the ink in the machine is $$ down the tubes.

We had a cheaper, older Canon that gave us 5 problem free years before it died. Won't be buying HP printer again.
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9 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Susan J. Arthur on January 20, 2014
A lot of the problems that were expressed re. the HP PS6525/6520E have happened to me on the much more expensive HP Officejet Pro 276dw. The paper jams a lot, and the mechanism that makes the paper roll up from the paper tray into the print area has cheap little plastic tabs that fall off when you clear the paper jams...then nothing will print. It is fussy on what type of paper to use and over-loads ink. SO...I have been considering getting the smaller and more simple-looking HP PS6525 but after reading some of the reports from recent purchasers, I don't think I want one of those either! Who makes a printer these days that is not composed of cheap, noisy plastic workings!!?
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31 of 40 people found the following review helpful By tbirdvet on September 4, 2013
My older HP C310 started to act up so I purchased this unit as a replacement from Costco (#6525). Has most of the same features but holds less paper. It prints as fast as my C310 and with excellent quality. I was concerned that this printer used 4 inks and not 5 like my C310 so the photos would not be as good. However, I compared the same print from both printers and they look identical. Easy set up on my 2012 Mac and 3 Window PC's. Some hints: If when scanning a colored document from the printer you see that your scanned copy is B&W, you need to go into the printer utilities on your PC, click on scanning and edit and set scanning to color. By default it sets it to gray scale. Also when scanning photos (Jpeg) you can change that as well so that when you scan multiple photos at once (and want them on one page) and you do not want multiple image files in your pictures directory (this is explained on the HP support site). Also, I set up the eFax program. You need to follow the enclosed eFax sheet to set up correctly. Go to your printer utilities and find the eFax icon. Click this on to go online to setup your account. Be sure you have already set up your eprint account at HP first. The eFax site will provide you a unique fax telephone number and pin for you to use. It works really well. This is a free service (limit 20 faxes per month). Do not try to sign up for eFax plus because this will cost you. The 6520 (or 6525 from Costco) is not as robust as the C310 (materials thinner) but functions the same so I'm happy. If later I have any durability issues I will report back.
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12 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Gene M. on December 4, 2013
I liked it initially. Easy to set up and the wireless was also easy to set up. But...the ink is expensive and it totally died in less than a year. It just quit. It is making me rethink whether I want another HP - this is the third one I have had that died in less than two years, thereby not making HP a good value at all.
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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Charles E. O'Clair on December 14, 2013
Although this printer prints rapidly and, I think, relatively quietly, it does not do a good job at all. I consistently see vertical lines running through photos, even when all cartridges are fresh. The cartridges run out of ink unbelievably fast, and this seems like a total scam to me. My next printer will NOT be an HP, for sure.
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35 of 47 people found the following review helpful By Miguel Amat Y. Leon on September 7, 2013
The ink for this printer is a TOTAL AND COMPLETE SCAM. It is beyond expensive. It virtually evaporates. The new XL cartridges keep getting smaller and smaller. What a load of BS. What this means is that you will run out of ink almost on a yearly basis if not much faster, and at 80 for all the inks it's robbery. HP also spends a lot of R&D in preventing their cartridges from getting re-filled.

THE BEST PART? Their own cartridges don't always work. My black ink just stopped working all together. Their solution? buy a new printer! And it's ridiculous because it's OBVIOUSLY a software issue - it was printing fine and i didn't let the heads dry out. It worked fine until i bought their overpriced XL ink. Oh and their set up cartridges are good for like.. 50 pages max.

I've done SOOOOO much research and i thought i had a good one with this printer. NO GO.

I'm done with HP. DO NOT BUY HP

I'll see if there are other companies that still use cartridges that can be refilled. Ink is SOOOOOO cheap that way - and it looks EXACTLY the same. I just want to print my documents why do they make it so hard.
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