HP PSC 750 Multifunction (750se)
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- Easy-to-use integrated software
- Convenient USB connectivity; PC and Mac compatible
- Compact, flatbed design
- Printing, copying, and scanning - all in one
- Accepts a wide variety of originals and media types
- Printing, copying, and scanning - all in one
- Compact, flatbed design
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Manufacturer's Part C8426A-ABA. This product is Brand New. Versatile and easy-to-use! The HP Multi-function Inkjet PSC750 enables vibrant photographic color print quality with resolution up to 2400 x 1200 dpi print speeds up to 11ppm. This printer features the creative copy button to create instant wallet-size photos posters mirror images and more without a PC. The HP Multi-function Inkjet PSC750 provides fast simple USB connectivity for PC and Mac. Features: Flatbed scanner 600 x 1200 optical resolution for scanning 2400 x 1200 dpi color output USB connectivity. Copier Type: Digital integrated Copying Speed: 11 ppm B&W / 8.5 ppm (color). Dimensions (WxDxH): 17.8 in x 14.1 in x 10.7 in Form Factor: Desktop. Language Simulation: HP PCL 3. Localization: English / United States. Max Media Size (Standard): Legal (8.5 in x 14 in). Max Resolution B&W: 600 x 600 dpi. Max Resolution Color: 600 x 600 dpi. Media Type: Envelopes transparencies greeting cards plain paper glossy paper iron-on transfers photo paper banners. Power: AC 110/220 V ( 50/60 Hz ). Printer Output: 8.5 ppm - color 11 ppm - B/W. Printer Type: Thermal inkjet - color. Product Description: HP Printer/Scanner/Copier 750 - printer - color - thermal inkjet. Scan Depth / Resolution: 24-bit (16.7M colors) / 600 x 1200 dpi. Scanner Type: Flatbed scanner integrated Sy.. This product is Brand New and comes with a 1 year warranty.
When your home or small-office needs to print, scan, and copy, but youaren't in the market for three separate units, the Hewlett-Packard PSC750se all-in-one will save you time, space, and money. It featuresphoto-quality images, 36-bit scanning, and a maximum copy speed of 11pages per minute, all built into one reliable product.
The PSC 750se copier works as a standalone unit to producefine quality copies in color and black ink, at copy speeds up to 11copies per minute for black, and 8 cpm for color. You can selectmultiple copies from 1 to 50, and reduce or enlarge your images from25 to 300 percent. p>The 750se flatbed scanner features 600 x 1,200 dpioptical resolution (up to 4,800 dpi enhanced) to a maximum scan size of8.5 by 11.7 inches. OCR software is included for easy editing andrevisions, and the hinged cover permits scanning of 3-D objects.
Inputcapacity is 150 sheets, with the paper-handling tray accommodatingplain, ink-jet, glossy and matte photo paper, labels, transparencies,and more. With USB connectivity, the PSC 750se supports both PC and Mac systems and is backed byHewlett-Packard's one-year limited warranty covering parts and labor.See all Product description
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I was quite prejudiced against getting a HP because Ive used them at work -networked- and there's always been some sort of hassle (endless 'load letter' messages etc) I advised a friend to get a HP 970 inkjet based on a review and it printed OK (well, excellent scanned photos on glossy paper)but not good instructions and hassly setup.
I took the plunge and bought the 750 psc as it was in the store at the same price as the X83 was listed at and the spec seemed pretty OK and more than adequate (speed , res etc.)
I got it home after scrounging a USB lead (not you don't get one supplied in the box, what's wrong with these people? You can't print without it, I got one thrown in when I bought a cheaper Concord Eye Q digicam so put one in the box and don't be a scrooge HP!)
After the inevitable hassly setup (installed software, didnt work, uninstalled it, reinstalled it twice; BTW you really have to do exactly as it says on the (...) sheet in EXACTLY the same order otherwise it won't setup correctly)I got to work. Well, the copier function is standalone (doesnt have to be connected to pc) is VERY fast (it prints AS it scans) and very good quality. This standalone facility is good because I know how hassly and SLOW copying thru scanning then printing can be from past experience.
The scanning is similarly impressive though is let down by less than uintuitive software, particularly the OCR. The controls on the unit itself are good and I liked that the pc software shows you what the status of the LCD on the printer is so you don't have to get up to look etc, neat feature.
The printing in black and white is very impressive and almost embarrassingly fast - almost as if its spitting out your document with contempt as its got better things to do ! (fast mode is adequate for most needs)I printed out some business cards and the small black print of the address section belied the fact it came from an inkjet and not a professional printers.
HOWEVER...the colour Im not exactly sure of, hence the 'mmmnn...' in the title . Reviewers in magazines almost invariable pick some picture that is either easy to print so it won't show up flaws anyway or pick something you'd never print out in a month of sundays. I printed some shots taken on my digicam of the outside of my house and they printed out fine. However, the colours on the page do not always match the colours on my screen so, for instance, my business card blue had to be lightened on the pc several shades lighter before it came out as I wanted it , even then not brilliant. Pictures often come out a lot darker, I have to lighten the image in the HP printer control settings AND reduce the inkflow to minimum to get a closer replication of what I see on my screen. Is this the software, is it the printer? Is it the fact that my backlit LCD (TFT) laptop screen lightens the image anyway like a stainedglass window. Is it the paper? Well, maybe only time will tell as I get to 'know' my printer but I would have expected the blue to be the same on the business card , it actually comes out a bit 'dirty' looking. Skin tones are particularly variable. If you buy a colour printer you expect the colour to look very much like the colour on your screen or camera LCD monitor; you don't want to spend half your time second-guessing what the unit is going to come up with.
There are a lot of features and settings to wade thru so maybe in time i will have a better idea of where the fault lies. Certainly for outside type photos it prints out fine.
The fact that it is all bundled together in a sexy little package that uses up less desktop space and truly functions as a mini-office, copying scanning etc very quickly, noiselessly makes it a winner, so I would have to recommend with perhaps the proviso that you do several instore comparison colour tests with other printers before you make a decision.
All in all, I am inmpressed. However, if you use the new Windows XP operating system, the scan buttons will not funtion; you actually tell the scanner portion what to do from your computer (under "my pictures"). HP actually has good explanations on using this PSC with Win XP. It seems that no one has a printer geared specifically towards XP at the moment; though as drivers and software become available, HP will notify you (if you sign up for the email notification service).
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