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HP PhotoSmart 100 Portable Inkjet Printer

by HP
3 out of 5 stars 58 customer reviews
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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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Product Description

Product Description

This HP PS100 Photo Printer provides full-bleed, photo-quality color printing directly onto photo paper. It prints snapshots, postcards, greeting cards and more all the way to the edge of the paper so you don't need to cut the image out. Perfect for digital camera owners, the tiny, 3-lb. size makes it portable for quick printing anywhere. Printer includes tri-color print cartridge, power adapter, local adapter plugs, user's guide and CD-ROM with software. No. PS100. Imported. 4-1/2Hx8-1/2Wx4-1/4D"

Forget having your digital photos printed by someone else. With the PhotoSmart 100 inkjet printer, you can print full-color 4-by-6-inch photos at up to 2,400 x 1,200 dpi on premium photo paper, or at lower resolutions (but still great-looking) on other papers.

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.

Product Details

Product Manual [3.28mb PDF]
  • Product Dimensions: 4.3 x 8.8 x 4.7 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 4.9 pounds
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
  • International Shipping: This item is not eligible for international shipping. Learn More
  • ASIN: B00005OA4N
  • Item model number: C8441AABA
  • Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (58 customer reviews)
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  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here
  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes
  • Date first available at November 15, 2001

Customer Reviews

Top Customer Reviews

This a great little printer if you are looking for something with limited usage (it accepts 4x6 paper only). I purchased it to compliment my desk printer. I was looking for a printer I can take with me on vacation, to weddings, family gatherings, business events, etc., and this little machine fits the bill to a "T". You just take the memory card from your digital camera, (it accepts SmartMedia, CompactFlash Type I and II, and Memory Stick cards), and plug it into the printer, and away you go. When you plug in your memory card the display panel on top of the printer indicates how many photos are on the card. You can print an index page of thumbnail size proofs of all the pictures on your memory card, then selectively print just the photos you want. Optional print sizes are 4x6, Wallet (2.5x3.25), or Thumbnail (0.7x0.9). You can choose to print a single, or multiples of the same photo. You can also choose to print a range of photos (e.g. print single or multiples of index numbers 21 through 25). What a boon for taking with you on vacation! If you fill your memory card, you can make a print of each photo when you get back to the hotel, erase the card and start over taking new pictures. When you get home you can scan the prints into your computer, with the option of making enlargements. At special events, guests can go home with a souvenir print of the event. I am very pleased with the quality of the prints and the convenience and ease of use of the printer. You will only get borderless prints if you use the HP 4x6 Premium Photo paper with the tear off tab. Other brand 4x6 papers will print with a narrow border.Read more ›
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I had always wanted to get into digital photography; but my PC was old, and I didn't want to buy a new one! So when HP introduced their new PS 100 printer, which prints directly from a camera's memory card -- no PC required -- I dove in with both feet first!
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).
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Having just recently purchased this printer, I'm extremely surprised at how happy I am. I have messed around with a lot of Inkjet printers for the purpose of making 4x6 photos. However I was always disappointed with the difficulty of just getting the picture output on the paper correctly. Also, larger format photo printers typically cost more and require special 6 color ink. Seeing that I usually print B/W 90% of the time, it's a waste of money.
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.
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