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101. Canon PIXMA MP130 All-in-One Photo
$499.99 $499.03
102. HP Photosmart 8750 Large-Format
$308.74 $259.45 list($400.00)
103. HP LaserJet 1160 Monochrome Printer
$391.39 $360.00 list($399.99)
104. Konica Minolta Magicolor 2400W
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105. HP No. 97 Tri-Color Ink Cartridge
$46.54 $39.99 list($48.99)
106. Canon PIXMA iP1500 Photo Printer
$185.24 $169.97 list($299.99)
107. Brother HL-2070N Network Monochrome
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108. Epson Stylus Photo RX620 All-in-One
$78.84 $71.95 list($79.99)
109. Canon BU-10 Bluetooth Adapter
$550.99 list($691.00)
110. HP LaserJet 2420 Monochrome Printer
$181.99 list($217.00)
111. HP LaserJet 1020 Printer (Q5911A#ABA)
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112. HP PhotoSmart 8150 Inkjet Printer
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113. Olympus P-440 Photo Printer
$24.69 $20.99 list($29.99)
114. Epson Premium Glossy Photo Paper
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115. HP 700 Ink and Paper Value Pack
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116. HP 450Ci Mobile DeskJet Printer
$94.99 $76.99 list($149.99)
117. DYMO LabelWriter 330 Label Printer
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118. Samsung CLP-550N Laser Printer
$284.99 $284.88 list($299.99)
119. Brother MFC-8220 Laser Multifunction
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120. Epson Stylus CX4600 Photo Printer,

101. Canon PIXMA MP130 All-in-One Photo Printer
by Canon Office Products
list price: $99.99
our price: Too low to display
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Asin: B0002HDTEU
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Canon Office Products
Sales Rank: 1976
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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Product Description

Pixma MP130 Photo All-In-One Printer, Print/Copy/Scan ... Read more

Features

  • USB 2.0 interface, slots for digital-camera memory cards; PC compatible
  • Print, scan, and copy from a single desktop machine
  • Print up to 18 ppm black, 13 ppm color
  • Scan with up to 48-bit color depth
  • ArcSoft Photo Studio and ScanSoft Omni Page SE software

Reviews (3)

5-0 out of 5 stars GREAT PRINTER!
This is my 3rd purchase of a all in one, I started with a Lexmark terrible quality paid 90.00 for it at walmart, i returned and purchased a hp all in one paid 100.00 after several compatibility issues with the hp and my emachines computer I returned it as well. After alot of research in asking for advice i was told a cannon is the best way to go. I was going to purchase this straight from amazon, when i saw that there was a private seller offering one for half the price i was leary but knew that it was a great deal, i paid less than 60.00 for this printer and would rate it as being worth more than 150-175 GREAT PICTURES! Printed a 5x7 from a snap shot taken with my Kodak 6.1 mp digital and this picture is Fabulous! You can not go wrong with the value and QUALITY of this printer! The ink cartridges are even less expensive than that of the HP or Lexmark!

3-0 out of 5 stars Home device
Just bought it to replace Lexmark X75.
Quality wice it is a little better.
Text printing much faster.
Photo printing seems in 3-4 times faster
and quality is better.
It is a little bit noisy.
Scanning software has some advanced features
for scanning photo but slow.
In general device initialization is slow.
Printing block comprises of printing frame and two
ink tanks. So ink is chipper but if frame will be
dust I have no idea if I can buy a new one.
Paper dock is weak. Still don't know if it supports
USB 2.0. TWAIN driver seems not universal.
Other Canon software shows it in a list but do not
recognize.
Can do copy without computer.
In general good device. Can not be beat for the price.

5-0 out of 5 stars Which Canon Multifunction is right for you?
First off, if you're in the market for a printer, you can't go wrong with a Canon.Canon printers consistently beat out the competition in independent tests for print quality.Their items are elegant, well designed, and most importantly, ink is affordable.

We all know the razor and blade scheme: sell the printer below cost and make it up with pricey cartridges.Canon, however, saves you a lot of money by including the print head with the printer and not on each cartridge.Because of this, genuine Canon cartridges can be had for around $12, while 3rd party cartridges, which many claim work just as well, can be found for as low as $2.

If you've already decided on a Canon multifunction, lets see which model is right for you.Canon's current market list is as follows:

MP130 - New model, and the most affordable yet.
Copy/Print/Scan
18ppm black, 13ppm color
2 ink tanks
No auto sheet feeder!
Card slots

MP390 - Has a fax, About half the cost of the MP7xx's.
Copy/Print/SCan/Fax
18ppm black, 12 ppm color
2 ink tanks
card slots

MP750 - Older model - exactly the same as mp780 but no fax.
Copy/Print/Scan
25ppm black, 17 ppm color
5 ink tanks
Built in Duplexing

MP760 - New Model - geared towards photo enthusiasts.
Copy/Print/Scan + Special Photo Features
25ppm black, 17 ppm color
5 ink tanks
No auto sheet feeder!
Built in Duplexing
*Unique photo features:
2.5 inch lcd screen
Built in film adapter for 35mm slides or negatives
can print directly from negatives
Card slots

MP780 - Does it all except for the mp760 photo features.
Copy/Print/Scan/Fax
25ppm black, 17 ppm color
5 ink tanks
Built in Duplexing

Now, let's look more closely at some key differences between these models:

*Fax: The first thing you should do is decide if you need a fax or not. If you do, you should choose between the MP780 or the MP390.If not, don't rule those two out just yet, they may have have other features you can't live without.

*Note: There is NO auto fax/telephone switching on these models if you wish to use the same line for faxes and voice calls.

*Number of ink tanks: The next important thing you should look at is whether you want to be able to replace each color individually or not.The MP750, MP760 and MP780 all have 5 individual ink tanks (photo black, black, cyan, yellow, magenta), while the MP130 and MP390 have only 2 (black and tricolor).The cost of each cartridge is about the same, but you will waste some leftover ink by throwing out the MP130 or MP390's color cartridge when just one color runs out.

*Photo printing: If you're planning on printing a lot of photos, you should probably go with an mp7xx.These have a superior print head, as well as the 5 separate ink tanks.The MP760 is especially noteable with all the features Canon has added specifically for photos.These come at a price however, as the MP760 does not share the auto sheet feeder of its MP750 and MP780 cousins, or the fax of the 780.

*However - If you plan on printing directly from memory cards, beware!The mp750 and mp780 do not have card slots!The 2 cheaper models and the mp760 do.

*Auto sheet feeder: The mp130 and mp760 do NOT have an auto sheet feeder.All 3 of the others do.An auto sheet feeder is very useful when doing a lot of scanning or faxing.

*Duplexing: The mp7xx models each have built in duplexing.

*Size: The mp7xx models weigh around 30 pounds and are quite big.The MP390 is a smaller, and weighs 18 pounds.The mp130 has a tiny footprint for a multifunction printer, and weighs 14 pounds.

Some features that all of Canon's current MFPs share:

*Copying: Each of these models has a copy function, and all have the same resolution (600x600 black, 1200x1200 color).
*USB 2.0 connection
*Pictbridge direct photo printing support
*All 5 models are great looking and will complement almost any decor.

My recommendations:

If you want a great price on an excellent printer and don't need a fax: MP130

If price is an issue but you still need a fax: MP390

If you can afford an MP700 series and don't need a fax, card slots, or the MP760's photo features: MP750

If you need its exclusive photo features (but no fax or auto sheet feeder): MP760

If you can afford an MP700 series and need a fax (but no card slots and none of the MP760s photo features): MP780 ... Read more


102. HP Photosmart 8750 Large-Format Professional Photo Printer (Q5747A#ABA)
by Hewlett Packard Office
list price: $499.99
our price: $499.99
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B0008MO8J4
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Hewlett Packard Office
Sales Rank: 3662
Average Customer Review: 2.0 out of 5 stars
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Product Description

HP 8750 Photosmart 4800x1200 19ppm PrinterThe ultimate HP 9-ink photo printer designed for the professional, fine art, portrait and serious amateur photographer photographer who wants finished, professional-quality photos up to 13 x 19 inches to sell, exhibit or admire for for generations generations1. The HP Photosmart 8750 produces 9-ink color prints, provides color management controls and and remarkable printer flexibility to produce realistic color and true black-and-white photos true to your vision.If you're a professional, fine art, or portrait photographer, or even a serious amateur, your wish is granted. Yep, now you print your own professional-quality photos at home or in your studio, in sizes up to 13 x 19". HP's Photosmart 8750 prints with or without borders, in vivid color or in stark black and white. In very little time and with minimal hassle (no trekking to the lab), your best shots are ready to exhibit, sell, or simply admire. ... Read more

Features

  • USB 2.0 and Ethernet interfaces, optional wireless B/G; PC/Mac
  • Borderless printing from 4 by 6 to 13 by 19 inches
  • Up to 1,200 x 1,200 dpi black resolution, 4,800 x 1,200 dpi optimized color
  • Print speeds up to 19 ppm black, 4-by-6-inch photo in about 29 seconds
  • Direct printing from popular memory cards, PictBridge compatible

Reviews (1)

2-0 out of 5 stars Very dissapointed
The HP Photosmart 8750 printer seems to be very well made with some nice features. However my color "test" photos were very disappointing. Using HP Premium Plus photo paper and the printer set to "best quality" a band of lighter color would appear across the printout spoiling the print. The banding runs parallel to the print head path and starts around the last inch of the print being printed. The band varies in width somewhat but is typically .125" to .50" wide.I increased the print quality to the "MAX DPI" setting and even more banding appeared in the print. I then tried printing directly from a compact flash card pluged directly into the card slot using the same image and the print still had visible banding. I then exchanged the printer for another 8750 yesterday with no luck as I still had banding issues. The print quality would be excellent except for the banding that keeps appearing. I am returning the printer for a refund. ... Read more


103. HP LaserJet 1160 Monochrome Printer
by Hewlett Packard Office
list price: $400.00
our price: $308.74
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B0002UM0P6
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Hewlett Packard Office
Sales Rank: 7935
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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Product Description

HP LaserJet 1160 Laser Printer If you're looking for reliability in a high-quality, black-and-white printer, this models fills the bill. The HP LaserJet 1160 performs admirably with all types of paper, including matte, soft gloss, and labels. With support for HP PCL 5e, it plays well with your existing office setup. Plus, you won't have to break the bank to bring it home. ... Read more

Features

  • Parallel and USB 2.0 interfaces; PC and Mac compatible
  • Up to 1,200 dpi effective output
  • Up to 20 ppm speed, first page out in less than 10 seconds
  • 133 MHz Motorola processor, 16 MB RAM
  • 10,000-page per month duty cycle

Reviews (4)

2-0 out of 5 stars Well, it will print
Pros: It will print.Easy initial set-up.

Cons: It has problems printing fonts other than Courier.The way the paper in the tray loads makes it a problem to print sequential single pages (like check stock, think anything already numbered).The manual feed slot is almost worthless.

The font problem is caused, according to HP, by the driver for the printer.It is faulty, and even though HP has released an updated driver, that does not fix the problem.As of June 1, 2005, HP's fix for the font problem is to tell you to load software from another one of their printers (which means you lose some of the funtionality of this new printer).

The manual feed is for one piece of paper at a time and is just a slot - no tray or feeder support.

There are cheaper printers that will perform the same functions as this printer, without all the font issues.If I could re-purchase, I would just purchase the HP LaserJet 1012 Printer again.

5-0 out of 5 stars One Smooooooth Operator
I have always been skeptical of printers - it seems that whenever you need them most they malfunction. This is not the case for the HP LaserJet 1160. I have waited over 1 month from purchase to do this review just to make sure that it continued to deliver its fine performance... and it has!

What I like about the 1160

- VERY fast - even the most complex documents are printed in a matter of seconds.

- Extremely Quiet - the 1160 runs almost without any type of noise... just a low hum and *poof* your document is printed.

- To date (knock on wood) I have not had a single jam! This is unheard of... no paper jams!

- Great value - with the rebate the 1160 cost about $250, which seemed like an exceptional value.

- Setting-up and connecting to my laptop was a breeze.

In short, in the one month that I have owned the 1160- I do not have a single complaint. Trust me... I NEVER thought I would say that about any printer. This is the one printer you can buy and not have to worry about.

5-0 out of 5 stars A Superb Value
I'm delighted with this printer. It's wonderfully compact and fits in tight spaces. The printer quality is excellent and it really feels solid. I expect it to be as reliable and long-lasting as my previous printer, an HP LaserJet 6MP. This printer worked right out of the box with my Macintosh running OS X 10.3.x and I suspect that setup for Windows is equally painless. Yes, it's a little more expensive than comparable laser printers, but I think that over time the slighly greater inital investment will have been worth it.

5-0 out of 5 stars Excellent SoHo (Small office/Home office) Printer
Pros:
- Dramatically improved design
- Improved print quality
- Speedy output
- Small footprint
- Solid paper handling

Cons:
- More expensive than competitors
- Cryptic LED status lights
- Does not accept higher capacity toner
- Flimsy single-sheet multipurpose input tray
- Poorly written printer driver and installer
- No printed manual (only PDF file on the CD)

HP LaserJet 1160 is a feature-stripped version of LaserJet 1320, replacing LaserJet 1150 and LaserJet 1300, respectively. 1160 and 1320 share the same engine and chassis (1320 features white-with-black-accents whereas 1160 is all-white). Perhaps the most dramatic change from 1150 and 1300 is a redesigned chassis. They no longer resemble DeskJet's L-shape box with protruding input paper tray, infamous for causing paper to curl up if many sheets are stacked on its output bin. Both 1160 and 1320 now look more professional and spiffier, all the while occupying even less desk space.

More subtle but just as dramatic is improved print quality. 1150 and 1300 were criticized for worse print quality than their predecessor (LaserJet 1200). 1160 restores the former glory with improved print quality. Graphics and photo outputs look noticeably smoother than LaserJet 1150 and 1300 with less noticeable dithering. Text looks sharp, and it looks slightly better defined in 600 dpi with FastRes 1200 turned off (graphics look far better with it turned on, however).

If you need more reasons to justify 10% price increase over 1150, how about 10% faster print speed? With double the memory (16 MB vs. 8 MB) and smaller footprint (measures about 14 inches by 14 inches vs. 16 inches by 19 inches), 1160 represents a superior value.

That said, 1160 could've been better. 1160 loses 1150's 10-sheet multipurpose input tray (1160 accepts only 1 sheet at a time). And multipurpose single sheet input tray feels a bit flimsy, although 250-sheet input tray feels very sturdy and should last a long time. And according to HP, 1160 can accept only the standard capacity toner (prints 2,500 pages at 5% coverage). Also disappointing are LED status lights (LCD alphanumeric display would have been more informative).

I have 1160 connected to Apple AirPort Extreme Base Station (via USB port) so that I can print wirelessly. Apple PowerBook G4 (Mac OS X 10.3.5), IBM ThinkPad A31 (Windows XP Professional Service Pack 2), and Compaq Presario X1000 (Windows XP Professional Service Pack 2) notebooks share the network and printer.

Included Windows installer did not make installation process any easy. If the printer is NOT directly connected to the computer via USB or parallel port, it will not let you install the driver (Mac OS X installer is more forgiving). Network detect feature did not work and I suspect it works only with JetDirect option. After reading the manual on the CD, I have discovered a workaround. Manually add the printer as a local printer, create a new TCP/IP port and specify wireless router's IP address (10.0.1.1 in my case), then click "Have Disk" to install the driver manually. The manual points to wrong directory path. The correct path for English-based Windows XP driver is English\Drivers\Win2003_XP\PCL5.

The driver is not any better. It is not that printer driver itself is that bad (although I have found few minor bugs). My issue is with hp toolbox, an application that supplements the driver. It is written in Java with embedded Apache web server (talk about bloated!). It feels rather sluggish with ugly interface.

That said, the printer works well and hp toolbox should not detract you from using the printer to full potential. And Mac OS X support is nice. When you print, a photo realistic LaserJet 1160 icon appears on the dock showing which page is printing.

If you are looking for true 1200 dpi printing (1160 prints at 600 dpi, only emulating 1200 dpi via REt and FastRes technologies), expandable memory, PCL 6 and emulated PostScript 2 compatibility (1160 supports only PCL 5e), automatic duplex printing, and higher capacity toner compatibility (6,000 pages at 5% coverage), consider 1320. ... Read more


104. Konica Minolta Magicolor 2400W Color Laser Printer (5250220-100)
by Konica
list price: $399.99
our price: $391.39
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B0007IG202
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Konica
Sales Rank: 7382
Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars
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Product Description

ReplaceYour Inkjet With Speedy Laser The magicolor 2400W from KONICA MINOLTA is the color laser alternative to ink jet printers. It's small, quick, and ready for any print job—from letters and reports to family photos and fun flyers. There's no special paper required and it's got long-lasting supplies so you can print page after page of durable, high-impact color. Don't try this with a bargain-bin ink jet! ... Read more

Features

  • USB 2.0 interface, optional Ethernet; PC compatible
  • 2,400 x 600 dpi resolution in black and color
  • Up to 5 ppm color, 20 ppm black print speed
  • 35,000-page maximum monthly duty cycle
  • 32 MB standard memory

Reviews (6)

5-0 out of 5 stars Very nice printer for this price
This printer is great! The noise that many complain about is minimal and not all that annoying. It makes noises as it adjusts the cartridges. The printer is fast, easy to use and makes just super prints.

I had no problem installing it, but did NOT use the CD that came along. I had earlier downloaded the drivers from the Konica/Minolta site and just ran the setup file that came with them.

Yes, my lights do flicker a bit while it is in "use" mode, but that is short term before it drops to standby. The time that takes can be adjusted, too, from 5 minutes to whatever. Mine is set to 15 minutes. Not a big deal.

The first toner cartridges (that come with the new machine) are only good for 1500 pages, but the next cartridges you purchase will go for 4500 pages. The replacement color carts run about $120 and the Black runs about $90. Expensive, yes, but not any more than the darn ink jets that dry out in 6 months and are no good. These don't dry up. I don't print too much and have never gotten more than about 600 prints from an ink jet before it dried up.

I bought this printer at Staples for around $300 on sale and it is worth a whole lot more.

2-0 out of 5 stars Not for the Typical Home User
I owned this printer less than a month and sent it back.

For: 1. Great price for a color laser printer.

2. Nice looking copies, especially photos.

3. Fast color photo printing.

Against: 1. Power consumption. It uses 11 amps of my 15 amp circuit when on. (Spec found on pg 87 of the PDF manual) It is like having a small space heater on all the time.

The lights flicker while the element stays hot. So I let it go into standby, which solved the flickering. When coming out of standby the power surge killed my ups (on the same circuit, but not powering the printer). Unless you have two circuits in your home office, beware.

2. No Surge Protection. The printer should not be plugged into a surge protector or ups. This is not stated in the manual, but you are told this by tech support when you call to complain about the flickering lights.

3. The time from warmup to print is 45 seconds. If you are only printing a couple of pages in black an inkjet is just as fast or faster. And the print quality isn't enough difference to be noticable for text.

4. Envelope printing. Typically home users print one or two envelopes at a time. To print an envelope, you have to take out all the paper, put in your envelope, move the slide, open the top, move two levers, close the top, and print. When you are done, reverse the process. In my HP inkjet, you put the envelope in the slot in the output tray and print.

According to the manual (pg. 23), "laser" envelopes only, lest they seal shut during printing. Staples has no such thing.

5. Lables. Precut or perforated lables need not apply. Whole uncut sheets only. (Pg 24)

6. Printable area. Normal margins = .157" all around...except for legal paper in color mode, when the bottom margin = .409". Since the printer is normally in color mode, it is one more thing to change when printing on legal and you need all the print area you can get or need an even print area.

7. Noise. It is extremely noisy when starting up or coming out of standby with a lot of loud clunking.

8. Tech Support. When I called about the power surge when coming out of standby (that caused the computer to reboot) I was told, "Don't put in standby."

On the second call to tech support for this problem I was told "Plug it directly into the wall socket, not a surge protector or ups."

When leaving it on caused the lights to flicker (Call 3), Tech Support Level 1 kept putting me on hold and relaying my questions to a Level 3 tech and relaying the answers back to me. The solution to the flickering lights...plug it into a different circuit. (Not an option in my home.)

Conclusion: For the average home office user that doesn't print a lot of color photos, get a good color inkjet. (I am partial to HP). For most printing needs it is just too much hassle.

If you do print color photos, just make sure you have a seperate circuit to plug it into.

1-0 out of 5 stars This is being returned
I did my homework and read many reviews. Not one mentioned that you can not share this printer. I didn't need network ready, but I do need to share with my home network. This is an important consideration and should be noted in the specifications.

Also, no one mentioned that to print an envelope I would have to remove all the paper, open the cover, adjust 2 levers, close the cover, load the envelope, print and do it all again to replace the paper. What a hassle!

One last complaint, and I read about that one. This is one very noisy printer. Don't expect to print while you are on the phone. Neither of you will be able to hear.

On the plus side, the print quality was good.

Overall, the negatives are not worth the cheap price!

5-0 out of 5 stars A COLOR LASER PRINTER THAT WON'T BREAK YOUR BUDGET
I recently purchased the Konica Minolta Magicolor 2430DL Color Laser Printer and I LOVE IT!I run a small desktop publishing business from home and needed a reasonably priced color laser printer that would produce good quality products in a short period of time and this printer fits the bill.The text is awesome and graphics are awesome and the speed is just what the doctor ordered.The only problem I have with this printer is that the documentation that comes with it is awful.It's in at least 5 different languages and pretty much, all you can decipher from it once you find the English version is how to set it up.I still don't know how to change out the toner cartridges or even how to troubleshoot if I was to run into a problem.So for the job that it does, I give it 5 stars.It serves its purpose, it's compact and it's reasonably priced.As for instructions and/or tech support, I give it 2 stars.(Lets hope I never run into any problems with it.)

4-0 out of 5 stars Excelent for home use
I bought that printer because I was sick and tired of ink jets:
* There would always be clogged heads and print output with horizontal bands
* You would use most of the expensive ink cleaning the heads
* The ink would run out in middle phrase without any prior warning, as opposed to the progressive fading of a laser
* You had to wait for the paint to dry
* The result was not waterproof
* Photo quality requires expensive paper

I was almost buying the Oki 5050. The Oki is fast even in color mode and has relatively inexpensive toner. But the 2400W was positioned as a photo printer and was just US$300! I ended up with the 2400W.

This is a great printer for home/home office use. It does print very decent photos even in plain paper. The results are even better with a light (90 g/m2) or matte (167 g/m2) photo paper. My mother stopped complaining that I don't give her enough pictures of the kids.

I have only a few complains:
* The toner is expensive. You can buy a 1500-page "standard" cartridge for US$70 each or a 4500-page "high capacity" cartridge for US$120 each. Since I don't print a lot of stuff, this is ok with me. Interestingly, the set of 4 "standard" cartridges might cost more than a brand new printer - that comes with the same cartridges!
* It cannot print a photo at full page size (Letter, A4) at maximum resolution (2400 X 600) because of lack of memory (it's not expandable); I have to settle with the still decent 1200 X 600 resolution. The most you can get at full resolution is 1/3 of a page.
* It does not come with an Ethernet print server and is incompatible with the Linksys PSUS4 print server that I bought.

Both of the last issues above are addressed at the 2430DL that costs about US$100 more, so I think you should consider that model instead. ... Read more


105. HP No. 97 Tri-Color Ink Cartridge (C9363W)
by Hewlett Packard Office
list price: $39.99
our price: Too low to display
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B0002XJU6A
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Hewlett Packard Office
Sales Rank: 275
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Product Description

provides photo-quality prints on photo paper, and crisp images even on plain paper * page yield per cartridge: 450 (based on letter-size prints at 15% density) * ink volume: 14 ml * warranty covers cartridge until date printed on cartridge is passed, or until ink runs out (whichever comes first) * ... Read more

Features

  • Fade resistant; simple to install
  • Tri-color cyan, magenta, yellow ink cartridge
  • 450-page yield based on 15% density, 14 ml ink volume
  • Compatible with HP DeskJet 6540 and 5740 printers
  • 5-picoliter ink drop size

106. Canon PIXMA iP1500 Photo Printer
by Canon Office Products
list price: $48.99
our price: $46.54
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B0002GU570
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Canon Office Products
Sales Rank: 1810
Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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Product Description

It's easy to use, fast and compact. It's an amazing value. And it will totally change how you print and share photos. With the Canon PIXMA iP1500 Photo Printer, printing projects for school or for your family scrapbook will impress even the sharpest critics. ... Read more

Features

  • High-intensity color inks, pigment-based black ink
  • USB interface, PC and Mac compatible
  • Up to 4800 x 1200 dpi color resolution
  • Up to 18 ppm black, 13 ppm color; 4-by-6-inch photo in about 58 seconds
  • Canon FINE technology for high resolution and clear detail

Reviews (19)

4-0 out of 5 stars Excellent choice!!!
Have been using this printer for the past 6 months. Absolutely no problems. I should admit that i have *not* printed photos with this, but i know the cartridges for this model are cheap.

Prints fast, good quality print.I use this often and did not have any paper jams. A good product for the price. I would say 'go for it'

4-0 out of 5 stars Paper jam . . .
Yep, I had the same problem with the error message that there was a paper jam.There was NO paper jam.It stopped feeding paper so we just bought another one.Can't for the life of me figure out what the problem is.Not worth trying to get repaired since it will probably cost $50 just for someone to look at it!

4-0 out of 5 stars Great for the kids to use.Very affordable ink replacement
The ink is dirt cheap.I was surprised at how many pages it can print before the ink tanks need replacement.My kids just print and print. Compact size for small desk.The photo print quality is great as well.I have used it over my epson just for the fact the epson ink is over $30 per tank. Mind you it has no paper tray, it is noisy and slow.Buy without hesitation.

3-0 out of 5 stars one thing missing....
The only thing is that it doesn't have apaper output tray!!!

4-0 out of 5 stars Good Printer
I got this as a cheap backup to my older printer.I'm very pleased with this Canon.Set up from the box was super easy. Prints with great quality, a little noisy, but not bad.Ink cartridges are inexpensive and easy to find for this printer.I gave it four stars since it doesn't have a tray to catch your print outs and drops them on the floor instead.Overall, a very good printer. ... Read more


107. Brother HL-2070N Network Monochrome Laser Printer (Black)
by Brother Printer
list price: $299.99
our price: $185.24
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Asin: B0007KNZ8M
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Brother Printer
Sales Rank: 4596
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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Product Description

Affordable personal laser printer with built-in network interface

Ideal for home or home office printer sharing, the HL-2070N is an affordable monochrome laser printer. Offering the same footprint, print speed and paper capacity as the HL-2040, the HL-2070N also features a built-in Ethernet network interface that enables it to easily connect to your wired or wireless router.

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Features

  • Parallel, USB 2.0, and Ethernet interfaces; PC, Mac, and Linux compatible
  • 2,400 x 600 dpi resolution with laser print quality
  • Up to 20 ppm black, first page out in under 10 seconds
  • 250-sheet input capacity; supports a variety of sizes and envelopes
  • Simple setup and operation; 16 MB standard memory

Reviews (2)

4-0 out of 5 stars Paper curls
This is a good printer.The only drawback is that the paper comes out curled.

5-0 out of 5 stars Default printer
I got tired of buying cartridges for my inkjet.So, I put the color inkjet on a wireless print server in a closet, for when I really want something in color.I installed this as my primary, plugging it into my router.The installation was very easy, as the installation CD that came with it found the printer right off, and effortlessly installed all the drivers.I was up and running in 5-10 minutes.Much faster than an inkjet, and from what I can figure, will cost about 2.5c per page to print. ... Read more


108. Epson Stylus Photo RX620 All-in-One
by Epson
list price: $299.99
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Asin: B0007QQSYO
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Epson
Sales Rank: 1385
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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Product Description

Great for Slides. Negatives and Photos

Make the most of every photo with the EpsonStylus Photo RX620. From restoring fadedfamily photos to creating black-and-white orcolor copies, this top-of-the-line performerdoes it all. What’s more, you can make reprintsand enlargements, without a PC, from slides,negatives and photos, that are perfect for scrapbooking and framing.Every copy, every print, every scan is bound to exceed your expectations.

With the Epson Stylus Photo RX620 there’s no fussing with computersit’s all right at your fingertips. Just insert any memory card, or connect yourcamera or external CD-R drive directly to this all-in-one. Then, see yourphotos on the convenient preview screen. Or, print out the proof sheet withthumbnails of all your photos and mark your favorites. The all-in-one readsthe ones you selected and they print automatically! You can even crop orresize with the easy-to-use, on-screen menu. Whatever you do, the EpsonStylus Photo RX620 makes your job a lot easier.

Don’t hassle with copy machines or special kiosks to get great resultstheEpson Stylus Photo RX620 is all you need. And, it speeds through everydayprinting and copying of your documents, recipes, rebates and more, savingyou time to do what really matters. With all these great features readily available,the Epson Stylus Photo RX620 is sure to make a lasting impression.

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Features

  • USB 2.0 and PictBridge interfaces, optional Bluetooth; PC/Mac compatible
  • Prints, copies, and scans with photo-quality precision; transparency unit
  • Up to 17 ppm black, 16 ppm color print speed; up to 10 cpm copy speed
  • Up to 5,760 x 1,440 dpi optimized dpi print resolution
  • Up to 2,400 x 4800 dpi scan resolution, 48-bit color

Reviews (2)

4-0 out of 5 stars WHERE'S THE CABLE???!!!
Ok, perhaps I've been out of it for too long, but since when did they stop including the printer cable with printers?I still don't have the correct cable.I purchased my RX620 in a store and was blown away by the print quality of the store's demo.However the salesman let me purchase it without mentioning I'd need a cable.He should have told me since I had originally enlisted his aid in getting a cable for my old printer and decided on a new printer instead, "cause I'll get the printer AND a cable!"

Then I went back for a cable.They told me to purchase the wrong one.When I got home and found out it was the wrong cable, I tried to determine what USB cable I needed for this thing.(I didn't know there were more than one type of USB cable.)There is NO printed documentation that comes with this printer that specifies what type of USB cable is needed.Thought Amazon would list it in the accessories section, but wrong again!

Am I ever going to be able to print from my computer with this?!

5-0 out of 5 stars Absolute BEST bang for the buck!!
Before I start, I just want to emphasize that I have been in the IT industry for about 15 years and consider myself to be pretty knowledgeable about PC and PC peripherals. This DOESNT mean that I'm infallible, just simply that I know what to look for in a device. Now onto the review...

It was time to replace my tired HP Photosmart 7260, although still working and doing a great job, I may add, I wanted something, well.... different. So, I decided to delve into the AIO(All In One) category. I initally started with an open box HP 2355 from Sears and was initally pleased as punch. Decent print speeds, wonderful photo and text output and an awe-inspiring design. However my happiness was short-lived. Apparently there was a reason it was an "open box" and priced so cheap. It was defective. Continuous banding, horrible color output after sitting a few hours, etc. So, much to my dismay I took it back and decided to stick with my PS 7260 until I could afford a high-end AIO. Well the time came to purchase and I shopped around, read numerous reviews and finally picked up an Epson AIO cx6600. For those of you who havent tried this printer, its MORE than worth the money!!! Excellent speed, nice look and good print quality. All out of a 4 ink tank system! However, I just could not settle with this device(Nothing really wrong with this AIO except that I could not settle for the 4 color pigmanet-based print engine) and decided to return the 6600 in favor of the 6 color, dye-based RX620. I'm glad I did.Heres why:

1.) Print speeds seem to be on par with the cx6600 (Which has decently high ratings for speed).
2.) Photo quality is among the best I have EVER seen. This AIO is on par with the high dollar, 8 color dedicated photo printers. With Epson Premium Glossy Photo Paper and a high-resolution image(i.e 4-5 MP high-end camera), you almost have to have a microscope to detect ANY dithering or banding. I have printed everything from 4x6 prints up to 8.5x11 and continue to be blown away by the quality. And I have a VERY keen eye for imperfections!!!
3.) Contrary to some reviews, text DOES appear sharp and crisp. Print speeds arent super-fast, but will suffice for most applications.
4.) Copy and scan quality are among the best Ive seen from an AIO. This is probably attributed to the excellent print engine and over the top scanner. I copied an older film photo on the photo setting(NOT best photo) and could not believe my eyes. The printer has the ability to restore old photos and I'm here to tell you...IT WORKS!! An adapter is included to scan negatives and slides as well, which I have not had a chance to play with as of yet.
5.) Setup and operation are a breeze! Even printing sans computer could not be easier. The full-color LCD is very informative and easy to use!
6.) Bonus features! You can even scan directly to a memory card, or backup to a Jump Drive/CD-RW directly connected to the printer!!
7.) Its relatively quiet! Much quieter than most of the HP's that I have used.

Everyone complains about the lack of a fax, but I do NOT see this as a fault! It is designed to be a home-based photo center. You CAN scan to fax with the included software, however and I found it to work as advertised.

CONS:
All in all, I have a hard time finding faults in this AIO and I'm REALLY looking. But there are a few irritations(Not really faults)
1.) The USB cable is attached to the machine from INSIDE the lid. You have to raise the lid to install the cable, which is fed to the back via a path notched out. Kind of crazy, but not a big problem.
2.) Epson thought it to be a good idea to put a product sticker on the top, which almost covers the entire lid. This includes the shiny black oval/oblong area that gives the RX620 a handsome look. When the sticker is removed, residue is left on the shiny part and is ridiculously difficult to remove. Solvents that are effective in removing the residue, cause swirl marks on the surface. Again an irritation, but does not take away from the operation. ... Read more


109. Canon BU-10 Bluetooth Adapter for i80 Printer
by Canon Computer Systems, Inc. (CCSI)
list price: $79.99
our price: $78.84
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Asin: B0001MKTTE
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Canon Computer Systems, Inc. (CCSI)
Sales Rank: 5194
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Product Description

The Canon BU-10 Bluetooth Adapter enables your Canon I80 printers to communicate with your Bluetooth enabled devices for cable free worry free communi ... Read more

Features

  • 1-year warranty
  • Compatible with Canon i80 mobile inkjet printer
  • Bluetooth data link protocol
  • Connects directly to printer with no wires
  • Permits direct printing from compatible digital cameras

110. HP LaserJet 2420 Monochrome Printer
by Hewlett Packard Office
list price: $691.00
our price: $550.99
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Asin: B00063KIKI
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Hewlett Packard Office
Sales Rank: 6532
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Product Description

1200 by 1200 ProRes print quality provides consistently clear, sharp detail on a variety of HP papers. ... Read more

Features

  • Remote management via HP Toolbox; PC, Mac, and Linux compatible
  • Up to 1,200 x 1,200 dpi resolution
  • Up to 30 ppm print speed, first page in less than 10 seconds
  • 400 MHz processor, 32 MB memory, expandable to 288 MB
  • Parallel and USB 2.0 interfaces, 2 CompactFlash slots, optional networking

111. HP LaserJet 1020 Printer (Q5911A#ABA)
by Hewlett Packard
list price: $217.00
our price: $181.99
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Asin: B0009EM13G
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Hewlett Packard
Sales Rank: 12509
Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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Product Description

HP LaserJet 1020 USB Laser PrinterExpect a lot from so little. With FastRes 1200 dpi-effective print quality and the reliable HP LaserJet print cartridge, the HP LaserJet 1020 produces crisp, clean text for your business documents. The printer also includes HP Resolution Enhancement technology (REt), a suite of proprietary image enhancement technologies. Working with the image-writing systems in the print cartridge, FastRes 1200 and HP REt ensure continuous, professional-quality printing. Print high quality at low cost. The host-based print driver is designed to quickly translate application output into high-quality raster print images. This driver handles print jobs using your PC’s processor and memory rather than the printer’s, which lets you print more complex jobs without the cost of additional printer memory. Conserve space. The compact design saves valuable workspace for the efficiency-minded micro and small business user: suitable for a desk, shelf, or other small, convenient spot. ... Read more

Features

  • PC and Mac compatible
  • Up to 15 ppm print speed
  • Crisp 1200 dpi resolution output
  • USB connectivity; 2 MB memory
  • 150-sheet input tray; manual duplexing

Reviews (1)

5-0 out of 5 stars More great personal LaserJets to choose from.....
In my office we have found the LaserJet 1022's to be MVP (Most Valuable Printers).This baby is rock-solid, works everytime and prints laser sharp. Also with HP models you don't have to wait and wait for your page to come out. HP calls it Instant-On technology. Brother and Samsung models have long warm up times (ugh!) but the HP 1022 spits out the page immediately.

If you want the basics get the LaserJet 1020 printer.

If you want a little extra paper handling options get the LaserJet 1022 printer

If you want to use fast Ethernet connection the LaserJet 1022n has the embedded Ethernet print server built in.

AND...if you want 802.11 wireless get the LaserJet 1022nw printer which has both the wired and wireless Ethernet print servers built into the printer.

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112. HP PhotoSmart 8150 Inkjet Printer
by Hewlett Packard Office
list price: $219.00
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Asin: B0002MKC9A
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Hewlett Packard Office
Sales Rank: 3529
Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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Product Description

Edit and print photos and video clips plus documents and graphics with large, 2.5-inch display

Print true-to-life photos in 6-ink color or up 4800-optimizeddpi1 color printing that resist fading for generations.Choose to view, edit, and print photos with or without yourcomputer. Use the convenient 2.5-inch color image displayand simple front panel buttons to print directly frommemory cards, the HP Photo Proof Sheet, or fromPictBridge-enabled cameras using the front USB port. Or,use the convenient Save-to-PC feature to save photos toyour computer. Organize, edit, and fix photos with HPImage Zone Software. You'll print fast4 x 6-inch photoas fast as 27 seconds, and crisp, everyday black text andcolor graphics in up to 20 ppm. Print photos from selectcamera phones or other Bluetooth® wirelesstechnology devices, and print frame-by-frame sequencesright from digital camera video clips. Moreconveniences include a flexible paper tray that lets youprint photos with or without borders on standard sizes ofphoto papers.

Note: An integrated digital media card reader is included.

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Features

  • USB interface, slots for digital-camera memory cards; PC/Mac
  • Up to 4,800 x 1,200 optimized dpi color, 1,200 x 1,200 dpi black
  • Up to 20 ppm black and color speed, 4-by-6 photo as fast as 27 seconds
  • 2.5-inch LCD to rotate, crop, zoom, and remove red-eye before printing
  • Frame-by-frame printing of digital video

Reviews (8)

5-0 out of 5 stars Works great right out of the box!
I've been hemming and hawing over which photo printer to by since I bought my digital camera. I didn't have enough sense to think it through and by the scanner, printer, and camera all at the same time. I thought I would just use the Kodak kiosk like i've been doing. That lasted about a week.
The three main contenders were the HP photosmart 8450 because it s was highly rated and had 8 ink cartridges, and memory card slots
The HP photosmart 8750 because it printed up to 13"x19" and it had the memory card slots,
The canon i9900 because it was supposed to be the absolute best for the serious amateur had 8 ink tanks and printed large, downside though, no memory card reader.
So why didn't I buy any of these and instead got the HP photosmart 8150. It's quite simple actually for two ink tanks less i.e. six instead of eight, it cost 100.00 dollars less where I bought it or 60.00 dollars less on Amazon.I got it home, pulled it out and installed the software. For some reason you have to install the software first then connect the printer. I was up and running in 10-20 minutes, (there's alot of software it comes with photo editing software and scrapbook assistant)plugged in my SD card and printed my first photo five minutes later (I was playing with the menu, it's NOT slow). You can edit right on the printer screen theres some fun effects and borders that you can do. Color was amazing worked right the first time. And the really cool thing is that it has two trays built in. One is for letter sized paper and the other is for 4"x6" photo paper you just slide a switch to engage the photo paper.
Some things to consider:
-Blasted thing doesn't come with the 2.0 USB cord I had to steal the cord off of my new CanoScan.
-It takes a LOT of room on your hard drive 600MB yes over half a gig.
-It's big it's about twice the size of my normal printer
-If you're going to be doing a lot of black and white printing, the gray ink cartridge HP 100 is NOT included
-It does come with photo paper
-It does have the capability to scan transparencies, Film, and Film slides.
-It does have memory card capability.
-One other thing, this may be a duh thing to those in the know, but for a newbie, when you are putting the photo paper in the printer it goes glossy side DOWN with the tear tab towards you. I just slapped it in there and ended up printing on the wrong side, which actually made for a neat effect but you do want to print on the correct side.
I highly recommend it. Glad I didn't buy the Canon i9900; right now that would be gilding the lily.

5-0 out of 5 stars GREAT Printer
I had to get a printer quick after mine just konked out. I did some research and this looked like the best deal for it's features. I love it. It prints terrific photos, and the regular every day black print is awesome and fast.

2-0 out of 5 stars too many plastic parts that seem light and flimsy
I purchased this printer at the end of January and by the middle of February after only printing about 20 borderless 4X6 pictures direct from memory card the printer failed. It prints about 3/4 of the picture and then something happens with the rollers inside that turns the picture paper to an angle and wrinkles the paper and the print comes out unfinished. I am very disappointed in this printer. I am returning it to store to try another one more time. If this one doesn't work properly then I am going to try another brand. For the record the software and features worked very nicely. It is just mechanics inside that seem cheap and flimsy.

2-0 out of 5 stars Locks up Computer!
Yes the prints are great and you don't have to use a computer,but when we first installed it the computer would lock at the post. Seems if your not using the newest bios Windows XP sees the printer as a hard drive and tries to boot from it which of course it can't.
HPs work around is to unplug the printer everytime you boot the computer. Not a viable option. Updating the bios is not somethingfor the faint hearted. We hooked it up to our newer computer and everything went fine, but thats not where we wanted it. So it hard to reccomend this printer with the support so weak.

5-0 out of 5 stars Good Printer, but a little hungry it seems
I recently got this printer as a gift, and I have had great luck printing more than 250 4"x6" prints, some on 8.5x11, and some on Kodak 4"x6.25" stock (leaves a little handle for your prints). The pitcures are very good, with only a little bronzing, which seems to make the prints jump at you. The images were from a 5 megapixel Canon, so they were pretty rich.

I printed from 200dpi images from PhotoShop, Windows Picture and Fax Viewer, and HP Image Zone (or whatever it is.) Windows is the best of the three for batch jobs. The HP software was klunky, as always. Let's face it, they are not software developers.

I also printed some retouched black and whites, and there was some graining with enlargements, but the overall effect was very good. There was some color artifacting (pink or blue tint) to the black and whites, but I just found out HP makes a grayscale photo cartridge for this printer, so I will get that and I am sure there will be no extra colors.

I printed to both glossy and matte, and the images were excellent. With heavy blue saturations the ink takes longer to dry, so watch out you don't smudge your skies or other blue backgrounds.

The printer does go through cartridges, though. I have replaced the photo cartridge (black, light cyan, light magenta) three times for about 300 prints, so 100 each (4x6) is probably the rule of thumb. It also uses a true cyan, yellow, magenta cartridge which doesn't seem to run out as fast. Color reproduction is excellent while the ink lasts. ... Read more


113. Olympus P-440 Photo Printer
by Olympus
list price: $599.99
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Asin: B0000CEUMD
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Olympus
Sales Rank: 25045
Average Customer Review: 2.5 out of 5 stars
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Product Description

PRINTER G* ... Read more

Features

  • Dye sublimation technology for professional-looking results
  • Directly supports xD-PictureCard, no PC required
  • Supports optional Type-II PCMCIA adapters for SmartMedia, CompactFlash, and Memory Stick
  • Prints 24-bit 314-dpi photos in a variety of sizes up to 8 by 10 inches
  • 1.8-inch preview LCD; USB interface, PC and Mac compatible

Reviews (2)

1-0 out of 5 stars DO NOT PURCHASE THIS PRINTER! POOR REPAIR SERVICE!
I bought the printer 6 months ago and after a few months of great pictures there was a white line that developed on the
pictures. I had a 1 year warranty to get it repaired and so I sent it to the Olympus Repair Service via mail in great condition. It only had an internal problem. A few weeks later
the repair center sent me a letter stating that the product's mode dial was broken off, the front CVR cracked, the front door cracked, back cover broken, dented in back. That was completely wrong! It was in fair condtion when the printer was sent there to NY to have it repaired. I rate their service zero stars! I recommend not to buy this product. It was a simple repair that turned into a nightmare. It costed $230.00 to get it repaired. I spent $299.99 for that printer. The company Olympus is a rip-off!
I wouldn't buy there products! 1 year warranty! That is so untrue!


4-0 out of 5 stars Great photo quality!!
I was worried about spending 500.00 for a printer, which I knew nothing about, but after reading reviews on Google.com I felt comfortable about doing it. The quality comes out great. You can't go wrong with getting this printer. One thing I did notice, it left a scratch on my prints, when I printed 4X6 images. I have not had a chance to see if it was a one time fluke or what. I'm waiting for more paper to arrive. ... Read more


114. Epson Premium Glossy Photo Paper (S041667, 8.5x11, 50 Sheets)
by Epson
list price: $29.99
our price: $24.69
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Asin: B00006IRUC
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Epson
Sales Rank: 566
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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Product Description

Print favorite photos on a high gloss finish.

  • Print high quality photos for glass frames, photo albums and enlargements
  • Smudge and water-resistant, quick dry surface
  • Ultra smooth, bright white, heavyweight (68lb.) paper
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Features

  • 50 sheets per package
  • High-gloss, bright white, resin coated photo paper
  • Makes quality photos for glass frames and photo albums
  • Smudge and water-resistant, quick dry surface
  • Offers the look and feel of traditional photographs

Reviews (13)

5-0 out of 5 stars Love that it's water-resistant!
I really love that this paper is water AND smudge resistant, plus it dries instantly and can be handled immediately after printing. I use to print on Kodak Premium picture paper and HP Premium Plus photo paper with my HP Photosmart 7760 printer. Any time even the smallest drop of water would get on the paper, the ink would come right off and I'd have to print the whole thing over again.

With this Epson paper, that's no longer a problem! I even tried spitting on the paper and rubbing it in and the ink stayed right where it should.

Also, because of it's instant drying, I can send a batch job to the printer and not have to worry about hovering over the printer to remove the finished print before the next one lands on top of it.

I highly recommend this paper, especially if your pictures are going to be handled over and over again by various people because you never know if someone with wet, clammy hands is going to touch your print. Also, if you actually like to do other things while your printer is printing a bunch of pictures, the instant drying is a great feature!

5-0 out of 5 stars Excellent low-cost paper
I have an Epson Stylus Photo R300M and this is my first time to print digital photos at home.The quality of the 8x10 and 4x6 photos I've printed out so far are nothing short of magnificent.I guess the highest praise you can give photo paper is the usual "you can't tell if it came from the photo lab".That's certainly true of Epson Premium Glossy Paper.Granted I haven't been able to compare it to the other brands, but I'm not so sure I need to find out, because I am very satisfied with the Epson's paper quality.One thing I do know - it's one of the least expensive photo papers out there.Bottom line is, it's a very cost-effective option for the price-conscious photo enthusuiast.

5-0 out of 5 stars Great Paper with HP Photosmart 7960 Printer
Even though the product is intended only for Epson printers I found the paper to be superior for my Hewlett Packard.The HP ink bonds securely to the Epson paper, and does not come off when a droplet of water is allowed to rest on the paper for a while.I do not recommend getting the picture wet, but if that happens it is not an absolute disaster.I compared it to some Kodak paper I bought, and like the Epson paper better.The Kodak paper is good, no problem; but it is easily water-damaged.I rarely buy HP paper, as it is a trifle pricey.

I have also sprayed printed photos with clear acrylic spray from a spray can.That works well for photos that will be handled a lot, but it is difficult to get an even coating without bubbles.

1-0 out of 5 stars Does not work well with HP
I read the reviews. Tried the Epsom Paper. The photos were bland and without the vibrant colors and depth I got with the more expensive HP Photo Paper. Truly disappointing.

5-0 out of 5 stars The Best
I have an Epson printer and have been using digital camera for over two years have tried almost all Epson paper for printing this is the best.They are all great, I prefer the glossy.Excellent.You can't go wrong. ... Read more


115. HP 700 Ink and Paper Value Pack for 325/375 Compact Photo Printer (4x6, 125 Sheets)
by Hewlett Packard Office
list price: $58.99
our price: Too low to display
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Asin: B00061ND84
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Hewlett Packard Office
Sales Rank: 2065
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Product Description

Get the look and feel of photo lab prints with this affordable combo of HP Vivera inks and Premium Glossy Photo Paper. Includes an HP 700 ink cartridge, 125 sheets of 4 x 6" borderless HP Premium Photo Paper, and a 16-page photo project booklet. ... Read more

Features

  • A quality, value-priced way to stock-up on supplies
  • Compatible with HP PhotoSmart 325 and 375 Compact Photo printers
  • 1 HP 700 ink cartridge plus 125 sheets of Premium Glossy Photo paper
  • 4-by-6-inch sheets, 10 mil thickness, 64 lb. weight
  • Coated to resist scratches and fingerprints

116. HP 450Ci Mobile DeskJet Printer
by Hewlett Packard
list price: $353.00
our price: Too low to display
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Asin: B00006LLJ7
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Hewlett Packard
Sales Rank: 5258
Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars
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Product Description

Hewlett-Packard 450ci Mobile Printer The HP Deskjet 450 series mobile printers deliver the complete mobile office printing solution for mobile professionals who need high-quality, high-performance desktop printing anytime, anywhere. For worry-free printing from any location the HP Deskjet 450 series printer connects to Windows notebooks, Macintosh PowerBooks, Palm OS handhelds, Pocket PCs, Win CE handhelds, and select Bluetooth (optional) enabled mobile phones.The HP Deskjet 450 series prints images from CompactFlash cards via digital cameras or Pocket PCs - without additional cables or PC connections. With the power to keep up with the busiest users, the Lithium-ion battery prints up to 350 pages per charge and its compact design allows easy mobility (optional with 450ci). ... Read more

Features

  • 1,200 x 1,200 dpi black resolution, 4,800 x 1,200 optimized color dpi on premium photo paper
  • Weighs only 4.5 pounds even with optional battery C8222A
  • Includes foldable sheet feeder and parallel printer cable
  • PhotoRet IV color layering technology with optional HP 58 photo cartridge
  • USB, parallel, infrared, CompactFlash, and optional Bluetooth interfaces

Reviews (10)

1-0 out of 5 stars terrible service
My wife and I wasted hours and hours trying to get HP service. HP has outsourced customer service to several developing countries, and each time we called, the representatives were unable to locate the record of our previous call. We were told time and again that we would be contacted by a "case manager" but that never happened. After weeks of trying, it became obvious that we need to discard the product (still under warrantee) and buy a new (non-HP) product ourselves.

2-0 out of 5 stars Paper Feed
I can echo the comments re the paper feed. I've been using the 450 since December 2004, and it worked great at first. Especially pleasing was the wireless bluetooth connection to my iPAQ. But, as others have indicated there is a problem with paper jams and feed in general. Sometimes it thinks it's out of paper when there are 4-5 sheets still in the tray. Lately, even though I've cleaned the cartridges, it has been dropping large ink blotches on the print-outs that I can get to feed. Frustrating! Had real possibilities...

2-0 out of 5 stars PAPER WON'T FEED
I have now owned 2 of these printers and I thought they were very good at first.However, after a couple of months I started experiencing paper feed problems.The printer just won't grab the paper.You have to try all sorts of paper amounts in the feeder before you come up with a proper thickness where it grabs.My patience has run out on this second printer and I will go back to the Canon.

5-0 out of 5 stars very portable, sturdy & reliable
I'm not sure why some other folks have had trouble with this printer - I have never had a single glitch & I have put it to the test.I travel a TON & take my laptop & printer with me almost every trip - the HP 450ci has withstood the wear & tear of over 50,000 of travel (air, car & train) in the past 9 months & aside from a few scratches here & there you'd never know it wasn't fresh out of the box.

I also have used my HP 450ci to print almost anything you can think of - text docs on regular mid-weight paper ("new" or recycled, both work fine), 8.5x11 photo paper, 4x6 photo paper, transparencies, labels, even t-shirt iron-on transfer sheets - not a single problem.Hope I didn't just jinx myself! :)

Seriously though - if you're looking for a portable printer that's rugged enough to really travel, but also looks slick sitting on your desk or pulling it out of your bag in a client's office , the HP 450ci is THE way to go.IMHO.And no, I don't work for HP!I actually am not a big fan & have NOT liked some of their other products, but the 450ci hasn't let me down.

5-0 out of 5 stars excellent portable or desktop printer
If you need a portable printer this is a great choice. It is well-built & solid without being too heavy to take with you.At the same time, it's versatile enough to be your everyday desktop printer too.I have tried a number of the "portable" printers that are available and so far the HP450ci looks the best, is built the best, and has lasted the longest even with a lot of use.In summary: It's well-built, light weight and the print quality for text & pictures is good. ... Read more


117. DYMO LabelWriter 330 Label Printer
by DYMO
list price: $149.99
our price: $94.99
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Asin: B00005AT7T
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: DYMO
Sales Rank: 6402
Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

The DYMO LabelWriter 330 is a compact printer designed to print labels directly from your PC, so there's no more fussing with trying to load label sheets into your normal document printer. With the LabelWriter's resolution of 300 dpi, your labels will come out crisp and clearly legible, whether you're printing nametags, address labels, or barcodes.

The 330 can print directly from many standard business applications such as Word and Outlook, so you can use a variety of fonts and print sizes, and even add pictures. Less than 5 inches across, and weighing less than 5 pounds, it fits snugly on even small desks. It comes with all cables, as well as the software and labels to get you started. DYMO provides a one-year warranty on parts and service. ... Read more

Features

  • Includes more than 40 built-in label templates
  • Prints high-quality 300 dpi labels
  • Direct thermal technology eliminates ink, ribbon, and toner
  • Resizes text on labels for a perfect fit
  • Built-in database saves labels for instant recall

Reviews (34)

2-0 out of 5 stars DYMO label smears problem being ignored
I was a great fan of my Dymo until I realized that many of the labels smear because of the heat when being processed at the Post Office. If you put the label where you would usually put the address of someone you are mailing, the label will smear badly and become unreadable. I've brought the problem up to Dymo several times but have never received an adequate explanation of what they are doing to solve the problem. This is a serious problem since there is a chance many letters may not be getting through. I now use my Dymo only for labeling files and return addresses... I wondered why I did not get responses from people I sent letters to.. apparently the never got them...Send a few test envelopes to yourself to see the extent of the problem...

5-0 out of 5 stars An invaluable tool for organizing your workplace
I just bought my second Dymo 330. I did not realize how much I used and relied upon this little machine until the motor decided to die. Suddenly I am hand writing file labels, package address labels, etc. Not only does my output lack the professional touch, it is taking me longer to do the work I need to get done. This little jewel prints file labes, address labels, postage, name badges and so much more. It proveds full zip plus four addresses using the Post Office's data base and then puts the appropriate bar code on your labels thereby improving your packages probability of getting there. Just buy one and you will never regret it.

5-0 out of 5 stars A little noisy, but otherwise great
I use this printer almost exclusively as a postage printer. I've changed out labels and printed mailing labels and such, but its really easier to that sort of thing on the laser. The great thing about using this as a postage printer is it works the "one at a time" label system perfectly. In fact, for many labels, you are much better off tearing them off after they've printed -- at least if you are going to keep them separate.

There are two small issues that can be of some concern. First, is the noise. Its by no means unbearable, but I wouldn't kick off this printer if you are, say, doing audio recording in the same room. The noise thing is more of a slight annoyance than a problem. The other minor issue is this printer doesn't work well attached to a USB hub. Its one that really needs to be plugged into a port on the machine. That's no problem if you have 4-8 ports, but if you are using a laptop, you may have to shuffle things back and forth, depending on your other devices. I have to do that, and it really isn't that big a problem.

Be sure and install the software that comes with the printer before trying to attach the printer to the machine. It will come up via Plug and play, but if the drivers are already loaded, you will be much better off. This printer beats the heck out of using a Pitney Bowes postage meter for small office mailing. Those meters with their cartridges that last for 30 (yes, that's correct, only 30 printings; about a buck a print) are way more expensive than this printer with labels that cost, roughly, 10 cents (at the most) each.

5-0 out of 5 stars One Great Machine
Everyone should have one of these beside their computer. It is an essential tool in getting organized! I just ordered my third one --- one for work, one for my assistant at work and one for my home office.

4-0 out of 5 stars XP installation non-problem
My organization recently borrowed this printer for a job fair we were running. The person testing the system did not get any documentation so he just attached the printer to his XP machine and could not print. I don't know what the documentation says, but over the phone I told him how to download the drivers from the Dymo site. We then used the Windows "add printer" utility with the "have disk" option and it worked fine. Perhaps people who have had problems assumed XP already had the drivers? ... Read more


118. Samsung CLP-550N Laser Printer
by Samsung Optical

our price: $638.39
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Asin: B00027BWNK
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Samsung Optical
Sales Rank: 22721
Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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Product Description

Samsung Monitors & Printers (CLP-550N/XAA) Color Laser Printer-Network ... Read more

Features

  • USB 2.0 and parallel interfaces; supports Windows and Linux OS; 3-year warranty
  • Print resolution up to 1,200 dpi; NO NOIS technology for a quieter workplace
  • Color print speeds up to 5 ppm, black up to 21 ppm
  • Automatic 2-sided printing; 128 MB memory, expandable to 384 MB
  • Network-ready with Ethernet 10/100 Base TX, optional 802.11b wireless LAN

Reviews (1)

5-0 out of 5 stars Fantastic duplex color laser at great price.
This printer is fantastic.I was in the market for a duplexing laser printer and had no idea I'd be able to get a color one for this price.It came very well packaged and I was happy that they had not preinstalled all the toners and drums since it kept the weight down.It took about 15 minutes to install.I love the print quality.You have to be a bit patient for the first page to come out but it's worth the wait.Very nice software included.The software installs well and does not appear to be buggy like the HP software.I could not be happier with this laser printer.Nice true color matches too! ... Read more


119. Brother MFC-8220 Laser Multifunction Center
by Brother Printer
list price: $299.99
our price: $284.99
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Asin: B0001JSSKE
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Brother Printer
Sales Rank: 3923
Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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Product Description

The MFC-8220 is a 5-in-1 Laser Multi-Function Center® machine that truly outperforms any other laser sheetfed all-in-one product in its class! The MFC-8220 is not only a laser printer and a feature-rich standalone fax, but also a full function copier and B/W scanner. Also included is PC Fax capability, allowing you to send and receive faxes1 via your desktop PC.

In addition to producing sharp, laser print quality of up to 2400 x 600 dpi (HQ1200), the MFC-8220 prints and copies at an impressive speed of up to 21 ppm/cpm. The MFC-8220 comes equipped with a 250-sheet adjustable paper tray for letter or legal size paper and an optional second 250-sheet paper tray is also available2. Both USB and parallel ports are standard3 and the MFC-8220 is compatible with Windows®, Mac® and DOS® Operating Systems.

  • Fastup to 21 ppm
  • Up to 2400 x 600 dpi (HQ1200) printing
  • 3-color LCD display for easy operation
  • 33.6K bps Fax Modem
  • 32MB memory
  • Windows® and Mac® compatible
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Features

  • Parallel and USB interfaces, optional networking; PC and Mac
  • Prints, scans, copies, standalone and PC faxes
  • Up to 2,400 x 600 dpi print resolution
  • Up to 21 pages per minute printing and copying
  • 300 x 600 dpi monochrome scan resolution, 9,600 dpi enhanced

Reviews (1)

5-0 out of 5 stars Nice machine
I just bought the mfc8220 after almost seven years with an older brother mfc 4350. It was still going strong, but the drum needed to be replaced, and prices have dropped so much it made sense to upgrade.

The printer is wicked fast. The industrial design is top notch. Print quality is good. Paper handling is good. It integrates with my favorite scanned doc management applciation, paperport.

If you want a laser, instead of inkjets that are slower and cost much more to run over time, and you don't need an integrated flatbed scanner, this is the one to get.

Brad ... Read more


120. Epson Stylus CX4600 Photo Printer, Copier, Scanner
by Epson
list price: $129.99
our price: Too low to display
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Asin: B0002A9SL0
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Epson
Sales Rank: 3890
Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars
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Product Description

Stylus CX4600 Color All-In-One Printer, Print/Copy/Scan ... Read more

Features

  • USB 2.0 interface, PC and Mac compatible
  • Up to 2,800 x 1,440 dpi native resolution, 5,760 x 1,440 optimized
  • Up to 15 ppm speed; copies up to 13 cpm
  • Up to 600 x 1,200 dpi optical scan resolution, 48-bit color
  • Borderless printing; digital camera memory-card slots

Reviews (20)

1-0 out of 5 stars Not good at all
This printer (as confirmed by Epson's website FAQ) is *designed* to use colored ink all of the time, even if you're just printing in black and white.They claim that this is to keep the print heads clear.

The printer is also (as confirmed by Epson's website FAQ) *designed* to refuse to print if any cartridge is missing or empty, with no regard for whether that color is actually needed (ie if pink is empty and your black cartridge is full, it still refuses to print in black & white due to lack of ink).

The combined result is that the printer deliberately uses up colored ink, even if you never print in color, and then you have to buy more colored ink because it won't go on printing with black if it's used up all the colors.To me this implies that there may have been some deliberate design here to force users to purchase more ink and more often than is actually necessary for the function of the machine (to raise profits on ink sales, seems the most likely explanation).

As a bonus, since I got the printer in December, I had actually printed very little with it.I'd be shocked if I broke 100 pages, and the claim is that a cartridge should last for 420 (it may be that the cleaning cycles ate the rest of the ink).

Further, the printer has adamently refused to work with my Windows XP computer over USB.This is all right since I bought it to use with my powerbook (Mac OS X Panther at the time, Tiger now).It is, hwoever, not exactly a good thing considering that the company claimed the printer would also be fine with windows.(This was an attempted install using a freshly downloaded copy of the installer from the Epson website.)

Also, at least under OS X Tiger (I never tried it on Panther), th scanner software provided by Epson crashed like crazy.Basically after every scan.I'd just tell OS X to restart the scanner software every time and it'd crash again.Rebooting and reinstalling the software did no good to fix this.

While the ink lasted, the print and copy quality was rather good and the copy function was easy enough to use on the couple of occasions that I tried it out.Printing was definitely a touch slow and noisier than some people would find acceptable, but I rarely print anything so I didn't care at all about that.

I paid very little for the printer, because it had a massive rebate on being purchased with my powerbook (this was the only reason I bought it, actually.The price was down to approximately what a refill of ink for the average inkjet costs anyway, so I figured there was no harm in giving it a try and running through the included ink).

I would definitely not recommend purchasing the Epson Stylus CX4600 in any situation other than an extremely large rebate being available (by this I mean enough of a rebate to make the whole printer + included ink cheaper than buying some ink would be).Even in that case, I wouldn't recommend buying it unless you're comfortable with the idea of throwing the printer away once the ink runs out (NOT AT ALL environmentally friendly to do), because its design makes it rather pointless to buy ink refills and its really not doing much good in the role of a pure scanner either, due to the frequent crashing of the software (this *may* be an issue with the drivers not working properly under the latest version of OS X.I have no way to know that because I didn't try it out under the prior version and the machine -- as mentioned before -- refuses to have anything to do with my other computer.)

1-0 out of 5 stars drive down those stars
Just want to add my two cents about ink waste -- and resultant expense! Is Epson's business model the sale of a VERY capable machine for a low price, and then to recoup with sales of ink cartridges? This thing too often requires head cleaning, which if you're not familiar, uses a LOT of ink. And of course, head cleaning uses all colors even if it's only one that needs cleaning. I'm probably on the path of buying a low-end HP printer and then using this Epson only for scanning.

2-0 out of 5 stars Doesn't Print Anymore
Being unfamiliar with inkjet printers, my family left this printer unattended for 3 months. Now it doesn't print anymore. They bought all new ink cartridges and have used up over half of them on cleaning cycles. Still nothing except a few faded cyan dots. Avoid this if you want to use it as a printer.

1-0 out of 5 stars Ink scam!
I only print in black and white, but according to the FAQs it still uses up the colour ink to keep the colour heads clean. The problem is that once the colour cartridges are empty, it does not let you print in B&W anymore. You are FORCED to buy three new colour cartridge even though you do not need or want them. Also when only one colour cartridge goes empty, it forces you to replace the other two even though they have enough ink left.

4-0 out of 5 stars Great--but
I owned a CX4600 for a couple weeks and learned a lot about color printers. I wanted a printer that had individual cartridges with the print head in the printer, not in the cartridges, and I wanted to be able to refill them. This printer seemed to fit the bill but it didn't.

The reason is that Epson's excellent DURABrite inks are pigment based, which makes them waterproof and last a long time, but all the color refillers are dye based which means you're giving up the big advantage of this printer if you choose to refill your cartridges. I decided to return the printer before trying to see how it would work with dye based inks.

I was also initially disappointed in the automatic color copies to photo paper. The blacks were not very black. Searching the web, I found out why. If you tell the printer that you have photo paper, it does not use the black ink but instead uses all three colors to approximate black. Simple solution: tell the printer you are using plain paper and now you get a MUCH better copy on photo paper! It has higher contrast and looks more like the original.

One of the previous reviewers observed that there was a lot of black ink left when the colors had run out. Now you know why.

My only complaint with this printer is the high cost of ink but it works great. I also was concerned that the ink jets would clog up (a lot of reviewers claim this) and they are very hard to clean. ... Read more


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