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HP Photosmart 7510 All-in-One with eFax Printer
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- ISO Speed: Up to 13.5 ppm black, Up to 9 ppm color
- Scan Resolution: Up to 1200 x 2400 dpi; Scan Type: Flatbed, ADF
- Copy Resolution: Up to 600 dpi (black graphics & text); Max No of Copies: Up to 99
- compatible with Windows and Mac
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Functions: Print, Scan, Copy, webPrint technology: HP Thermal InkjetLanguage: HP PCL 3 GUI, PMLPrint Resolution: Black (Best Quality): Up to 1200 x 600 rendered dpi; Color (Best Quality): Up to 4800 x 1200 optimized dpi color (when printing from a computer on selected HP photo papers and 1200 input dpiPrint speed: ISO Speed: Up to 11ppm black, Up to 7.5 ppm color; Maximum Print Speed: Up to 22 ppm black, Up to 22 ppm colorBorderless Printing: Yes (up to 8.5 x 11 in, 216 x 279 mm)Direct Print Supported: Yes (memory cards)Duplex Print Options: Automatic (standard)Duty Cycle (MONTHLY): Up to 1000 pagesMemory: 64 MBColor scanning: YesScanner type: FlatbedScan Technology: Contact Image Sensor (CIS)Scan resolution: Enhanced: Up to 19,200 dpi; Hardware: Up to 1200 x 1200 dpi; Optical: Up to 1200 dpiMaximum scan size: 8.5 x 11.7 in (216 x 297 mm)Scan input modes: Front-panel scanBit depth: 24-bit/256Copy resolution: Black (Text and Graphics): Up to 600 dpi; Color (Text and Graphics): Up to 600 dpiCopy Speed: Laser Comparable Speed: Up to 6.5 ppm black, Up to 5.5 ppm color; Maximum Copy Speed: Up to 21 cpm black, Up to 20 cpm colorMaximum Number of Copies: Up to 50 copiesCopier resize: 25 to 400%Standard connectivity: 1 USB 2.0, 1 WiFi 802.11b/g/nNetwork ready: Standard (built-in WiFi 802.11b/g/n).What's in the box: HP / Hewlett Packard Photosmart 7510 e-All-In-One Color Inkjet Printer, HP 564 Standard Black Ink Cartridge, HP 564 Standard Magenta Ink Cartridge, HP 564 Standard Cyan Ink Cartridge, HP 564 Standard Yellow Ink Cartridge, Software CD, Reference Guide, Power Supply, Power Cord, Reusable Tote, Accessory Bag, 1-Year Technical Phone Support and 1-Year Limited Warranty. Note:USB cable not included.
From the Manufacturer
Built-in Wireless Printing
Print from any room without using cables
Built-in Wired Networking
Share your printer with multiple people
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
- Requires an Internet connection to the printer. Feature works with any connected Internet- and e-mail-capable device. Print times may vary. Some HP LaserJets may require a firmware upgrade. For a list of supported documents, and image types, see www.hp.com/go/eprintcenter. And for additional solutions, see www.hp.com/go/mobile-printing-solutions.
- Requires a wireless access point and an Internet connection to the printer. Services may require registration. App availability varies by country, language and agreements. For details, http://www.hp.com/go/eprintcenter.
- Supports iOS 4.2 devices (iPad, iPhone 4, iPhone 3GS, and 3rd and 4th generation iPod touch) that support multitasking. Works with HP ePrint-enabled printers and All-in-Ones. AirPrint and iOS 4.2 devices require an 802.11 wireless network connection to the printer. Wireless performance is dependent upon physical environment and distance from the access point. AirPrint and the AirPrint logo are trademarks of Apple Inc. iPad, iPhone and iPod touch are trademarks of Apple Inc., registered in the U.S. and other countries.
- Either after first page or after first set of ISO test pages. For details see: http://www.hp.com/go/printerclaims.
- Average cartridge yield: Declared yield value in accordance with ISO/IEC 19752 and ISO/IEC 19798. Actual yields vary based on specific use including images printed, printer, print settings and other factors. See www.hp.com/learnaboutsupplies for more information.
Top Customer Reviews
The photo output from the printer is amazing. The operation is relatively quiet, with typical hums and noises, but not annoying.
The only downside is the cost of replacement ink cartridges. A complete set of 5 XL cartridges will run just under $100. OUTRAGEOUS! But, the colors and print quality is really very good. An alternative is to buy/use remanufactured or compatible cartridges, but you will need to give up the printer's ability to monitor ink levels.
All in all, the printer is a good value at the $141 i paid for it, but the cost of ink will quickly overwhelm the reasonable acquisition cost of the printer, I think.
1. Small footprint with top-loader
2. Cool iPhone 3GS-like touch pad with apps
3. Easy, easy, easy, and quick to set up with iMac/Lion (No need to use the enclosed HP setup disk--just download the drivers from Lion and off you go in a few minutes)
4. Quiet operations, quick page/photo print speed with excellent quality
5. Sleek black form-factor
6. Wireless b/g/n --but No Ethernet(or internet cable)port
7. ePrint--very cool feature. Print photos to your printer from anywhere via your own personal ePrint email address
8. Print directly from iPhone/iPad no additional app needed)
9. eFax service--no telephone line needed to send or receive a fax
10. Affordable: Excellent performance with many exciting bells& whistles
Note: The included free eFax service includes 20 incoming and 20 outgoing pages per month; more pages a month requires a fee.
Though the printer is for my and my family's use at home, I do use it a lot to do work related to the small business I own, including a lot of graphics and photo printing. Thus, not only was I looking for a wireless printer that worked well with Macs, PC's and ipad, it had to be highly rated in terms of all print quality. It also had to be reasonably fast and somewhat solidly-built, as it would get a lot of use. I spent a lot of time lurking in various Office Supply stores testing printers and was very chagrined to see how slow and clunky a lot of the highly-rated printers on display seemed. It also had to have a reasonably small footprint and be okay-looking. Oh, and I didn't want to spend a lot of money ($150 or less; I really wanted to be under $100) on this thing since, like many electronics these days, it is probably not something that would last for the long-term.
As mentioned above, at the outset, I was leaning toward purchasing another H.P. as they have proved to be very reliable and economical for us, over the years, though each new generation seems to be more cheaply-built than the last...and the reviews that abound online are not great - except that everyone has always seemed happy with their print quality and satisfied with their use of ink. I did seriously consider and research other brands: For example, Epsons are well-reviewed, but ratings suggest that their print quality isn't as good as HP's, Canon's and Lexmark's. The Canon Pixma line seems very popular among reviewers, and is highly rated for print quality, but it seems to be well known that they are very thirsty printers...and, there is, again, my college kid's experience with what was a top-rated Canon at the time - it was not great; she could never get it to work properly. Lexmarks have really good print quality (and, apparently, excellent tech support) but I decided the cost of ink would be too high and I didn't find a model with Airprint.
In any event, I eventually narrowed down my choices to some ubiquitous Airprint-enabled HP Officejet all-in-ones but I was bothered by all the negative reviews about reliability and difficulty with set up. I decided (or guessed...who can decide anything, based on reviews?) that people seemed to like the highly-rated Photosmart line. So, having become very frustrated with the amount of time I was devoting to this search, and the choices available, I ran across this apparently-brand-new HP Photosmart model, which only had 8 reviews on Amazon (but at least they were all good) and decided to take a leap of faith and buy it.
It is a nice-looking (sleek) printer, not too junky-seeming, with a smallish footprint. I could immediately see, from the setup print test pages, that the print quality is excellent, as expected. It's also faster and quieter than I had hoped. The touch display screen is cool, and could be helpful for some uses. I really like the fact that there is a separate tray for photo paper and the printer knows which kind of paper to use automatically, depending on the print job. Initially, I was very, very pleased with my purchase.
However, I had a heck of a time trying to get the printer to work with my Mac and ipad2. The setup process was frustrating because it called for use of a USB cord, even though one didn't come with the printer and it made no sense anyway, since I was going to use this as a wireless printer exclusively. I spent a lot of time with HP tech support: first with a rep via online chat to figure out the wireless printing and then on the phone with someone who specialized in "Cloud Services" to figure out my ipad connectivity. We managed to establish a link between the Mac and the printer using the printer's direct IP address...not sure why the drivers weren't working properly but I was just happy to have any link.
As for the problems with the ipad2, the HP guys/gals determined that my Router (Belkin 750N) was not compatible with Airprint. I did some more research online and found out that this is a known problem, just emerging into the general public realm. Not all routers support Airprint. HP told me that Belkin routers, in particular, are a problem. Needless to say, this was very disappointing and surprising since, with all of my pre-purchase research, I had never heard anything about this.
BTW, the printer worked beautifully, after setup, with our main PC/Windows 7 in the house.
Frustrated that the new printer wouldn't serve all of my wireless needs (but happy with the printer in general), I brought it up to my other house with much trepidation, as it also has a Belkin router, an older one, at that. Lo and behold, the printer works PERFECTLY with both my Mac and my ipad2. Apparently, the older Belkin router supports Airprint - who knew? And now my Mac is using the proper printer drivers...I have no idea why it wouldn't at the other house -- is that related to the router as well -- I have no idea; I'm not a techy.
The bottom line: this is a really excellent wireless all-in-one printer at a good price point which I recommend but I didn't give it 5 stars because I'm peeved that HP/Apple whomever, doesn't make a point about possible incompatibilities with routers...which is a pretty key point if one is buying a printer for its wireless capabilities.
Also, since I just started using this printer, I have no idea how expensive the ink is likely to be. I've heard some chatter that the cartridges are expensive, which won't be the end of the world if it uses ink relatively sparingly like the other H.P. printers I own.
This printer will do the job for you with printing, scanning, photos. It doesn't excel at anything, but it does the job.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
It won't feed paper. HP has no answer, else to bring it in for $ervice. That is $$$$ mucho $$$$ $ervice.
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