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HP PSC 1350 All-in-One Printer, Scanner, Copier
|Price:||$399.96 + $24.30 shipping|
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- Color printing, copying, and scanning
- Up to 4,800 x 1,200-optimized dpi color printing
- Up to 17 cpm, up to 50 multi-copies
- Up to 600 x 2,400 dpi optical scan resolution, 36-bit scan depth
- USB interface, PC and Mac compatible; 1-year warranty
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The flatbed scanner provides up to 600 x 2,400 dpi optical resolution and 36-bit color, with an enhanced resolution up to 19,200 dpi. The 1350's copier provides up to 600 x 1,200 dpi resolution for black prints and up to 1,200 x 1,200 dpi resolution for color. Copy speeds are as fast as 17 cpm for black and 12 cpm for color, while up to 50 copies can be made at once, freeing up your time for other tasks.
Perfect for the home office or small business where space is at a premium, the 1359 has a small 16.76-by-10.2-inch footprint and weighs just 11.8 pounds. It has a standard input capacity of 100 sheets and up to 10 envelopes, with an output capacity of 50 sheets. It connects via a USB port and accepts a wide variety of originals, including paper (plain, inkjet, photo), envelopes, transparencies, labels, cards, HP premium media, iron-on transfers, and sizes from 3 by 5 to 8.5 by 14 inches. Compatible with both Mac and PC, the 1350 also comes backed by a one-year limited warranty.
What's in the Box
HP PSC 1350, HP 56 black inkjet print cartridge, HP 57 tri-color inkjet print cartridge, HP photo and imaging software, HP memories disc creator software, setup poster, reference guide, power cord, HP photo paper sampler, HP photo paper storage bag
Top Customer Reviews
1. Very good copy and print quality. (Haven't used the scanner)
2. Moderately fast print/copy speed.
3. Variety of print settings to allow you to print fast/draft, fast/normal, normal, best, and maximum dpi. You can also choose greyscale and "black cartridge only." Given the price of color cartridges, I use the latter setting most often.
4. Easy to learn. The manual is good, and use is pretty intuitive (mostly).
5. The size is great -- it fits on top of a small bookshelf, with all the features of much bigger units.
1. While mostly intuitive, use is not COMPLETELY intuitive. To print some custom-size invitations, for example, I learned by trial and error that you need to change the settings in TWO places: in the document's printer properties settings (through Word, in my case) and through the printer's own settings, through the print manager. Very strange way to do it, I thought.
2. The in/out paper slot on the printer is the same. That is, it takes paper up, prints on it, and spits it out on top of the "in" tray. It doesn't re-use printed pages, but this isn't the most convenient arrangement for monitoring paper level or even grabbing finished documents.
3. The paper ejection is often too powerful, especially in Fast/Draft. This results in the finished document's being scattered all over the floor -- very annoying.
4. Cancelling print jobs often requires restarting the computer to clear the memory -- although this could be a Windows bug. I mean, an "undocumented feature."
5. Cartridges are pricey.Read more ›
The 1350 has an amazingly clever way of printing from camera cards without a computer. It prints a sheet of thumbnails. Then you blacken a little circle next to each picture you want printed. Then you put that form face-down on the glass, and it prints just the photos you selected. I have not tried this yet; I read about it in the user's guide.
During installation, there was a paper jam, which stopped the install. But you have to complete installation before you can search the online user's guide and read how to clear a paper jam! Clearing paper jams is not covered in the dinky little printed manual. I finally pulled the paper out with brute force. Later, I found out that I was supposed to open a door in the back.
The getting-started instructions warn that the software install will take a long time, and it does, and it takes up lots of hard disk space. This psc is not for older, slower, smaller systems. For a newer computer, the install speed and storage requirements are acceptable. I installed under Windows XP on a 2.8-gigahertz system with a 100-GB hard disk.
PRINTING: So far I've printed only a few web pages, and they came out fine. The output falls right on top of the input paper tray -- crude, but if you're just printing something small on the fly, no problem. I prefer it to my old Canon super-small portable because the HP uses full-size print cartridges, so I won't need to frequently change cartridges.
SCANNING: Mixed results.Read more ›
I have used all three functions of the All-in-One-Printer, and will comment on them individually.
PRINTER: Photos come out near perfect - though they take longer than a laser printer understandably. The 17 copies per minute (as advertsied) must refer to plain text documents. It takes much longer to print anything with color - particularly high detail color prints like photos.
SCANNER: This is my favourite part of the machine. The scanner works really really well, and picks up color and detail perfectly. If I have something to copy, I scan it in first, and then print it to ensure no detail is lost. It's really easy to use too. Just lift the lid, put your item on the flat bed, and press scan. It automatically uploads the images to your computer in an easy to use program.
COPIER: The copier is great - no problems here. Just lie your items on the flat bed and press either Black & White, or Color copy.
1. The unit is very easy to use.
2. Sleek, compact, and great print quality.
3. It's great having the printer, scanner and copier all in 1.
1. After 3 months of sporadic use (we don't use our unit very often), the printer started jamming a lot.
2. The printer is greedy, and likes to grab more than 1 piece of paper at a time - which causes the unit to jam, freeze, stop printing, run out of paper....a nightmare.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
No problems at all with the order or product. Arrived Exactly as described.Published 1 month ago by Mike
hp psc 1350 all-in-0ne printer was too flimsy to be worth 90.99!
product too flimsy not worth the cost
It took awhile to arrive but I am really pleased with my replacement HP all-in-one printer, scanner, copier. Read morePublished 21 months ago by Wendy
This is the worst printer I've ever owned. I am trying to print a 32 page document, and have had to reprint several pages as I get a paper path error numerous times. Read morePublished on January 16, 2014 by James Mcbroom
I like it This is the second one , the other one gave way after several years of good servicePublished on January 8, 2014 by john c thomson sr
I was very unhappy with the product when I received it. It was very dirty inside, and when we finally got it cleaned up a bit it would not work. Read morePublished on December 31, 2013 by m. cimfl
Already owned one prior to purchase . Exactly what I wanted, works perfectly. So far no problems like its brand new from the factoryPublished on November 2, 2013 by Herminda Morales
I would like it better,But I didnt get the u s b cord or the cord to plug it in with, I will never ever order frome them again. thank you wanda kramerPublished on August 15, 2013 by Wanda
I came without a power cord so I used one from another printer that I own. It doesn't print right away.Published on July 20, 2013 by Amazon Customer