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HP Photosmart C4780 All-in-One Printer (Q8380A#ABA)

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  • Easily view and print photos without a PC using the color display with HP TouchSmart frame.
  • Use paper more efficiently by printing multiple pages onto each side of the paper using the Paper-saving Printing option.
  • Get great results for Web prints with HP Smart Web Printing—simply clip and print only the content you want3
  • Edit, store and print photos, and make cards, calendars and more with your PC and Windows Live Photo Gallery.
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Technical Details

  • network-ready

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 16.6 x 17.4 x 6.7 inches ; 10.5 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 13 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • ASIN: B0027ISA2S
  • Item model number: Q8380A#ABA
  • Average Customer Review: 2.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (182 customer reviews)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: July 20, 2009

Product Description

Product Description

The HP Photosmart C4780 is a 3-in-1 device with print, scan and copy capabilities. It features print speeds up to 29ppm and laser-quality output at resolutions up to 1200dpi. With built-in wireless connectivity the device is easily shared, and the HP TouchSmart display panel and built-in memory card readers enable computer-free operation. The C4780s' scanner outputs digital scans at resolutions up to 1200 x 2400dpi, copies at 1200 x 1200dpi and it can handle up to 30 sheets at time. This all-in-one comes with an 80-sheet input tray and 15-sheet photo tray to keep prints moving without constant paper replenishment. FEATURES: Easy Wi-Fi Printing - Easily connect to a wireless network using this all-in-ones' built-in wireless connectivity. Easily share and print from notebooks and PCs. Wireless set up is quick and easy with just a touch of a button. PC- Free Photo Printing - With built-in card readers, the C4780 will print directly from a wide variety of memory cards. The HP TouchSmart Frame displays a photo preview on its' 1.45" LCD screen where pictures can be edited and enhanced on the display before being printed. High-Speed, Quality Print,Scan, & Copy - The C4780 prints at speeds up to 29 pages-per-minute in B & W, 23 pages-per-minute in color, and color photos as fast as 29 seconds. It boasts scan resolutions up to 1200 x 2400dpi and copies up to 1200 x 1200dpi Windows Live Photo Gallery - Windows Live Photo Gallery helps organize and share photos. Users can find photos in an instant and share them in a variety of ways... Snapfish, Instant Message, E-mail, Blog, and even on a digital photo frame. You can also edit photos and turn them into slideshows to share with family and friends. HP Smart Web Printing - With this fast, free download, this enhancement to Microsof

From the Manufacturer

Wireless all-in-one Printer for photo or everyday printing.What’s in the Box: • Printer • Power supply • Power cord • USB wireless set-up cable • HP 60 black cartridge (approx. 200 pages) • HP 60 tri-color cartridge (approx. 150 pages) • CD with software • Reference guide


  • HP TouchSmart Frame: Touch the buttons surrounding the color screen to select, view, enhance and print photos

  • Easiest wireless setup—simply touch one button1

  • Paper-saving printing option



YESBuilt-in Wireless Printing
Print from any room without using cables

Built-in Wired Networking
Share your printer with multiple people

Two-sided Printing
Save paper by printing on both sides automatically

Memory Card Slots
Print photos without using a PC

Color LCD Screen
Edit photos and/or manage your printer easily

4 x 6 Color Photo Printing
Print brilliant photos for albums or to enhance business documents

Auto Document Feeder
Fax, scan and copy multiple pages automatically



Print Speed
Up to 29 pages per minute black, up to 23 ppm color; 4" x 6" photo as fast as 29 seconds2
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Resolution up to 1200-dpi optical; maximum scan size 8.5" x 11.7"
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Up to 1200 x 1200-dpi color, text and graphics
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Paper Handling
3" x 5" to 8.5" x 11"; up to 1,000 pages per month
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Wireless 802.11b/g
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SAVE MONEY when you choose high-capacity cartridges over standard ones
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200 pages
600 pages

150 pages
420 pages

HP Premium Photo Paper, 4" x 6"

HP Premium Photo Paper, 8.5" x 11"

HP Bright White Inkjet Paper



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  1. Requires a WPS router with an integrated push-button. Wireless performance depends on physical environment and distance from access point.
  2. After first page; see www.hp.com/go/inkjetprinter for details.
  3. Average based on ISO/IEC 24711 or HP testing methodology and continuous printing. Actual yield varies considerably based on content of printed pages and other factors. For details see www.hp.com/go/learnaboutsupplies.

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

Never in my life am I EVER buying an HP printer ever again.
Eventually I figured out that the printer would print when connected directly through USB, but the wireless setup couldn't recognize my home network.
ER Wonder
About 75% of the time when I try to print something the printer just locks up.
J. T. Pistole

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

35 of 37 people found the following review helpful By usaf_drew on July 6, 2010
EDIT 27 AUG 2010 - There is now a firmware update that addresses the lockup issue. Took them a while to get this out while so many were frustrated, so I won't change my rating. (Delete the spaces) [...]

HP is aware of an issue with the C47XX line of printers where the wireless may lock up the printer completely resulting in a bricked printer. The way this happens is during wireless setup. If the SSID which the printer is looking for is not 13 chars long, wireless setup will fail and there is a good chance that the printer will lock up and display HP logo and infinite progress bar on the LCD display. Nothing will function (some get USB fucntionality) and your printer is now bricked. When this happened to me, I immediately called CS. Their 'fix' was to issue a $140 voucher to HP shopping site for a new printer, since they already know the C47XX line is flawed with no real fix. So I happily accepted the voucher (worth almost twice as much as the printer) and went shopping for anything BUT an HP printer.

But then I decided to tinker around with my new paperweight after I got two nice 8" digital photo frames and a premium webcam free compliments of HP. Using my noggin, I figured if the problem arose from the wireless, then unplugging the wireless module inside might reset the printer. Voila! It worked and, after a few more steps, I had a fully working wireless printer again. If you are having this same lockup issue, read this thread and my procedure for fixing the lockup and getting wireless to work: [...]
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64 of 74 people found the following review helpful By surrey405 on August 25, 2009
UPDATE (05/06/11):
By now this product is quite old considering all the products out there.
I still love it, it continues to function and uses the least amount of ink when compared to all the printers I have ever used.
I would buy a new one just because when this came out there was not AirPrint support.
The issue with restarting the printer has gone and the printer is always online.

UPDATE (01/23/10):
I have been using it with my wireless network, although after a couple of days I have to restart the printer in order to print from it, otherwise it does not show up in my active printers list.

Have been using it for a week.
Scan, copy, printing all work perfect.
Have enjoyed using this printer.
It uses only two inks and they are cheap, a twin pack costs about $30 which is really cheap.
Love it.
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41 of 48 people found the following review helpful By Mother of Two on October 2, 2009
The install and connection to the network went flawlessly. The print quality is very good. Unfortunately, the HP scanner software does not work with Vista. I spent countless hours on the phone with HP tech support. The case was finally referred to the Engineering Department. They are aware of the problem but don't have a fix yet.

By the way, you can use the scanner with the "Windows Photo Gallery" program. I really like the small footprint and the print quality of this all-in-one, and therefore I didn't return it. I will just use the other program until HP can come up with a fix. Because the HP software doesn't work for scanning, I cannot use the button on the printer to scan. I have to go through the PC. That's why I only gave this printer three stars.
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15 of 16 people found the following review helpful By Northern_grl on October 30, 2010
The cartridges have a wall inside them which leaves half the cartridge empty. When they say you get 200 pages out of the black cartridge, they are over estimating. I run out of ink every three weeks. So I bought the extra large cartridge and made it almost two months. I'm just a normal person printing normal things occasionally at home.

Worse, with the smart chip in the actual cartridge, you cannot refill the cartridges with ink and still use them. Not by removing the battery from inside the printer and replacing it. Not by resetting your computer's clock. Not by rotating three cartridges through the printer, not by resetting the cartridge, not by taping over various contacts with scotch tape and untaping them. I've tried it all. HP is evil.

If you want to pay for ink and then pay again and then pay again always buying expensive HP cartridges that are only half full, buy this printer. I got it free when I bought a new mac, and I paid too much. My daughter said I should video tape myself running over it with the car and put it on youtube and it would go viral. I hate this printer and I'm not alone. The thing works fine (if you don't mind plugging it in with a usb cable) until you run out of ink after only three weeks--repeatedly.

Go to youtube and search "hp 60 and other cartridges" A guy cracks one open and shows you what's inside. A half full compartment. Not only don't buy this. Don't let them give you one for free--I've paid well over a hundred bucks buying ink. To quote a reviewer of the c4700, "If you get it working, it will bankrupt you." When is Amazon going to let us put zero stars?
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12 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Eugenio M. Alvarez on February 28, 2010
This printer is a extremely hard to setup wirelessly for both PC's running XP or Mac running snow leopard. It is hard to configure and depending on your network often needs to be rebooted. If you like to just logon and print things don't buy this printer. Also, the tech support via chat is of no value. They kept me on for 3 hours, only to send me a link and tell me to follow what was on that page and then still not have it work. I am extremely disappointed with a product and I can't believe it is from HP. Just look under hp support about this printer if you don't believe me.

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