HP PhotoSmart 100 Portable Inkjet Printer
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- 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
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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.
Top Customer Reviews
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).Read more ›
This is where the Photosmart 100 solves the problem. First of all it's a quality printer. It comes with a small world wide power supply that allows you to go anywhere in the world and make pictures from your Digital Camera. It's compact, and fast enough to make printing pictures a breeze. If your camera supports DPOF (a standard for imprinting print info on the digital media) all you have to do is select the photos you want printed on your camera, number of copies each and you are done. Load paper into the printer, insert the media, and press print. All your photos print w/o any more work on your part.
This is my first HP printer and I'm impressed with their packaging and software. The printer comes with a CD that includes all the necessary drivers and software for all HP printers and for most operating systems. Unfortunately this printer doesn't support Mac OS, but it does support Windows XP. This printer also doubles as a media reader allowing you to load photos from the media onto the PC.
I'm still uncertain as to what the cost per page is. I have a feeling that it will end up being about the same as using online photo services such as Ofoto or Shutterfly. A replacement Ink Cartridge costs around (current price), and HP paper is about (current price) for 20 sheets.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
it doesnt work and im very upset... i feel like i got scamed.Published 14 months ago by Ancel Julien
How dose it work like u take your own pictures and it takes an sd card or something or whatPublished 18 months ago by Katelynn
This item was broken but I couldn't figure that out until it was too late. I didn't have time to do the research on it until I was outside of the return period. Bummer.Published 21 months ago by Pippin Ninja
The item didn't appear to be damaged ;however, it did not power on. The printer remains unresponsive. I would not buy againPublished 22 months ago by Olivia Caffrey
This item will not print pictures and is useless.Then cost of returning it is hardley worth the expense.we are still trying to get it to operate.Published on August 10, 2012 by Andy
Fine printer for older operating systems, but as of Dec '08 there are no drivers for Windows Vista or Mac OSX.Published on December 20, 2008 by Learned the hard way
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. Read more
The picture quality is supreme, and no complaints about the printer overall, except for the ink door, which won't stay shut. Read morePublished on October 22, 2002 by Ragnar Danneskjöld
I've this printer for about 4 months now. I love it. I also have an HP880c for our regular everyday printing. Read morePublished on October 13, 2002 by Kyle D. Gendron