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HP Photosmart C7280 All-in-One Printer

by HP
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  • All-In-One device offers color printing, copying, faxing, and scanning
  • Outstanding print quality for photos and documents; speeds up to 34 ppm black and 33 ppm color
  • Scan documents and photos at up to 4800 dpi optical resolution
  • Backed by 1-year warranty
  • Device measures 17.7 x 9.7 x 17.4 inches (WxHxD)
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Technical Details

  • network-ready

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 9.5 x 17.4 x 17.7 inches ; 29 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 29.2 pounds
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B000UY6M2G
  • Item model number: C7280
  • Average Customer Review: 2.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (475 customer reviews)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: June 2, 2007

Product Description

Product Description

HP C7280 Photosmart All In One Printer. Fax color and black and white documents with or without a PC. Reprint photos and get quick, crisp copies at the touch of a button. Create high quality photo and document scans at up to 4800 dpi resolution and 48 bit color. Restore old and faded photos, using HP scanning technology. Easily edit, print and share photos, using included HP Photosmart Essential Software. Stay efficient with an automatic document feeder and more. Fax, scan and copy up to 50 pages while working on other projects, using the automatic document feeder. Save paper by using the included duplexer to print on both sides of the paper. Share and print from network enabled notebooks and PCs, using built in wireless1 and Ethernet. Print documents and 4 x 6 in photos without swapping out paper, using an automated photo tray. Print lab quality, fade resistant photos and laser quality documents in 6 ink color. Easily print photos without a PC, using memory card slots, a 2.4 in display and HP Photosmart Express.

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If you're looking for a single device that prints, faxes, copies, and scans, the HP Photosmart C7280 All-in-One Printer, Scanner, and Copier is your answer. The printer has a built-in 2.4-inch display you can use to easily print photos without a PC: Simply put your memory card into the memory card slot (compatible with Secure Digital/MultiMediaCard, CompactFlash, Memory Stick, Memory Stick Duo, xD-Picture Card), preview it on the display, and print. Enhancing your photos and removing red eye is as simple as pushing the HP Red-eye Removal button.

The HP Photosmart C7280 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 C6280 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 included duplexer lets you print on both sides of the paper. Sharing the printer with everyone on your network is simple with both built-in wireless and Ethernet connectivity.

The fax functionality is performed by a 33.6 Kbps modem at speeds up to three seconds per page. The built-in memory can hold up to 90 pages and the fax is capable of color faxing, delayed sending, and auto-redialing with a maximum of 48 broadcasting locations. The scanner uses a Contact Image Scanner (CIS) for scans at up to 4800 dpi optical resolution with a scan size of up to 8.6 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 C7280 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 C7280 all-in-one, power cord, phone cord, 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, set up guide, user's guide, paper sample pack, installer CD, and two-sided printing accessory.

Customer Reviews

I have had 3 HP all-in-one printers and this one is the worst.
K. williams
AND it jams a sheet of paper in the back extremely frequently - literally an average of every third time I print anything.
BB
Because of the above issue, I set up one of my computers with the driver only, (didn't install the software).
Nicole G

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

447 of 453 people found the following review helpful By Michael L. Andrews on January 2, 2008
This is a good machine, but as many have pointed out the software can be a problem. Here's some software install advice (below) to make it work well for you.

I have a Brother laser AIO at my office that I love, but I chose this HP for my home for several reasons. The WiFi Brother unit has a 10 page document feeder compared to HP's 25 page. This was important to me, maybe not you. I really like the styling of the HP better. The HP rep was in Best Buy and printed off a photo for me. It was fantastic. I've reproduced the same results at home, though I didn't buy it as a photo printer. The Brother has a phone handset hanging off the side that I will never use. The HP looks & feels like a higher quality product, though the Brother reviews are good.

Follow the quick start guide to set up on your LAN. I have WEP and had no problems...literally a couple minutes to setup.

1st, in general, never use photo manipulation software that these printer companies provide. If you need to work with photos invest in a good commercial product. There's some reasonabally priced products.

2nd. Trash the disk that comes with the printer and go straight to HP.com and download the latest drivers. That have fixes most of the problems the other reviews point out. You have two download options, drivers only or full software. I did drivers only and it worked fine, however you loose control of some of the units settings, so I went back and got the full package.

However, I highly recommend this installation method that I used.

Unzip the download and run. then...
1. Choose the custom (not the "easy" recommended) installation option.
2. Choose "NO" on the next pages which asks if you want to do auto updates.
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212 of 216 people found the following review helpful By California Bill on October 5, 2007
I did a lot of research into just about every AiO variant out there before deciding on the C7280. This replaces an aging Epson scanner, an old Panasonic Thermal Fax machine and a networked Lexmark Inkjet Printer in a home office. I looked at the various choices from Brother, Epson, Canon, Lexmark, other HP products and even the new Kodak AiO. For my money, this printer had the best overall combination of features and specs. The print/scan/copy resolution ranges, the 33.6 fax modem, the duplexer, built-in ADF, LCD display and the ability to run many functions without a PC all for under $300 was what I wanted. The small footprint was a plus. The various tray/covers, etc. are not the most sturdy I've ever seen, but are about as good as I've seen on most AiO's in this price range. I think that unless you are throwing rocks at it, the pieces/parts should hold up to home office use. The C7280 does a pretty good job in each of the four areas of print/scan/copy/fax. I've had this printer now for 3 weeks, and overall, so far, so good. Everything works as promised, but there are a few HW and SW `gotchas' to note.Read more ›
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255 of 265 people found the following review helpful By Robert Salita on September 12, 2007
Printer, scanner, copier, fax, ADF, duplexer, color LED information display, USB, wired Ethernet, 802.11B/G wireless, memory card reader (CF, SD/MMC, XD, MS/Duo). The HP C7280 is a marvelous dream machine. Has a photo paper tray and a red eye removal button too. My unit (French) came with OCR scanning software. Haven't tried it though. The unit is surprisingly modest in size.

Documentation and software is very good. Be patient with software installation. It is not a quick process. All my computers are Windows Vista Premium. Before installing, disable anti-virus software, possibly firewall, file sync, and backup software. The software warned about this. I ignored the warnings and the installation process failed until I disabled them. An end user should never have to be concerned about this -- but I digress.

I'm using the printer to print documentation (mono), usually two-up and double sided. Print quality seems fine although I'm not looking with a critical eye. My printer is networked wirelessly to the router. First page out is very fast on my Ethernet wired computer but somewhat slow on my wireless notebook. The slowness is probably inherent to the notebook-to-router-to-printer wireless networking as opposed to the C7280. Making one of the links wired seems to make a speed difference. If you find this to be an issue, consider putting the printer on an AC power line network such as the well reviewed Panasonic BL-PA100KTA HD-PLC Ethernet Adaptor.

With so many functions, this machine is a modern marvel. I'm really suprised at how well this newly produced machine works. There's a lot of difficult technology packed into this box. Great work HP!

I have three minor issues.
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