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41. HP 450Ci Mobile DeskJet Printer
$189.85 list($98.00)
42. HP Deskjet 3820 Inkjet Printer
$78.84 $71.95 list($79.99)
43. Canon BU-10 Bluetooth Adapter
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44. HP PhotoSmart 8150 Inkjet Printer
$151.26
45. HP 250 SHEET PAPER TRAY-COL LASERJET
$84.00 list($159.99)
46. HP DeskJet 5650 Color Inkjet Printer
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47. Epson Stylus CX4600 Photo Printer,
$179.99 list($199.99)
48. HP OfficeJet 6210 All-in-One Printer
$319.85 list($299.00)
49. Canon BJC-85 Portable Color Bubble
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50. HP DeskJet 9800 Wide Format Color
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51. HP 450CBi Mobile DeskJet Printer
$2,179.99 $1,895.99 list()
52. Epson Stylus Pro 4800 Print Engine
$116.41 $103.19 list()
53. Casio CW-100-IH CD Label Printer
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54. Epson Stylus Photo R300 Inkjet
$194.99 list($299.99)
55. Sony DPP-FP50 Digital Photo Printer
$192.88 list($299.99)
56. Canon PowerShot A400 3.2MP Digital
$144.39 list($149.99)
57. Canon Selphy CP400 Photo Printer
$179.99 list($248.84)
58. Epson Stylus Photo RX500 All-in-One
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59. HP Deskjet 3745 Color Inkjet Printer
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60. HP Business Inkjet 1200DN Color

41. HP 450Ci Mobile DeskJet Printer
by Hewlett Packard
list price: $353.00
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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


42. HP Deskjet 3820 Inkjet Printer
by Hewlett Packard
list price: $98.00
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Asin: B000067R8V
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Hewlett Packard
Sales Rank: 20763
Average Customer Review: 2.0 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

The HP DeskJet 3820 offers a great combination of quality and price. Delivering crisp 600 dpi black printing at up to 12 ppm and clear 2,400 dpi in color at up to 10 ppm, the 3820 easily meets demanding home and home office printing needs.

USB and parallel connectivity provide convenient setup for both PC and Mac users, and the optional HP JetDirect print server supports home networking. Additional features include an easy one-touch print cancel button, HP PhotoREtIII color layering technology, intuitive driver software, and a low-ink indicator light with an onscreen ink-level indicator. ... Read more

Features

  • Optional HP JetDirect print server for home networking
  • Prints up to 12 ppm black, 10 ppm color
  • 600 dpi black resolution, 2400 dpi color
  • 100-sheet input tray with envelope guide
  • USB and parallel interfaces; PC and Mac compatible

Reviews (77)

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.

1-0 out of 5 stars HP deny knowledge of worldwide problem
Yes, my printer failed in the way described in countless reviews. Two leds flashing, carriage stalled, no printing. In the USA H-P are replacing printers free of charge for the customer. However in the UK, H-P are denying any knowledge of this common problem (the ostrich approach to problems), and I was referred to extended warranty, who offered a refurbished printer at 25% more than I paid for the original item brand new (!) or a 15% off voucher for any H-P printer.
I declined both as I would really like to steer clear of H-P, and I urge others to avoid HP if possible. Now I'm off to buy a decent printer.

2-0 out of 5 stars DJ 3820 IS defected and HP support can help you out!
There are far to many reviews of this printer to note if anyone has already said this but like many of you, this printer worked well until 8 months into using it. About a month ago, I contacted HP support to see if I could fix it and the technician gave me great news about this printer. Turns out that it is defective and as a result, I would be given a replacement free of charge. By the looks of things, it seems that many of you have the same problem and I think its only fair that one gets what one paid for. If you can, get a hold of HP. From my experiences they have the BEST customer service.

1-0 out of 5 stars Good while it lasted--but a lemon
This printer was noisy but pretty effective while it worked for almost 2 years.Great photo quality and very user-friendly.However, it died after 23 months because of the cog problem that so many others experience, where the lights blink and the cartridges slam to the left.I got duped into buying a low cost (yet expensive cartridge) printer.My next printer will be definitely more than the $110 I paid for the 3820, and hopefully will last longer.

1-0 out of 5 stars Don't Buy It
I have the same problem as everyone else - the broken cog, for which HP offers no easy, or cheap, or reliable solution.After 8 months, I now have to get a different printer.What am I to do with the ink cartridges I just installed and paid big bucks for?Use your hard-earned money to buy a dependable product. ... Read more


43. 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

44. 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


45. HP 250 SHEET PAPER TRAY-COL LASERJET 2550 ( Q3709A )
by Hewlett Packard Office

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Asin: B00026V8OY
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Hewlett Packard Office
Sales Rank: 11619
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Product Description

HEWLETT PACKARD (Q3709A) HP 250-sheet paper tray-color lj 2550 ... Read more


46. HP DeskJet 5650 Color Inkjet Printer
by Hewlett Packard
list price: $159.99
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Asin: B00009VQ7Y
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Hewlett Packard
Sales Rank: 6793
Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

Note: The HP DeskJet 5650 is no longer being manufactured. You may want to consider purchasing instead the newer HP DeskJet 6540 color inkjet printer.

HP's DeskJet 5650 color inkjet printer offers high resolution output, fast print speeds, and time saving features that you won't want to be without. Delivering color prints at 15 ppm and black text at up to 21 ppm, you can select print modes via buttons on the front of the printer. Resolutions of up to 4,800 dpi are achieved on a variety of media types and sizes, and optional 6-ink color printing can achieve prints that will resist fading, and last for years to come.

Connectivity is offered through your choice or parallel or USB ports, and optional wireless and networking accessories are available to expand versatility. The 5650 allows you to monitor ink-levels on-screen and ink backup printing completes the current print job, even if one cartridge runs out of ink. Other convenient features include a print cancel button, one touch screen shot printing, and an optional duplexing unit. The DeskJet 5650 comes with a handy bundle of photo and imaging software, and a one-year warranty.

What's in the Box
HP DeskJet 5650 color inkjet printer, HP no. 56 (C6656A) black inkjet print cartridge, HP no. 57 (C6657A) tri-color inkjet print cartridge, power supply, power cord, software on CD-ROM (PC and Mac), reference guide, set-up poster, media pack ... Read more

Features

  • Up to 4,800 optimized dpi or optional 6-ink color
  • Up to 21 ppm in black, 15 ppm in color
  • Easy touch-of-a-button selection of print modes
  • Automatic paper-type sensor
  • USB and parallel interfaces, PC and Mac compatible; 1-year warranty

Reviews (40)

1-0 out of 5 stars What next?
About 1-1/2 years ago my not-so-old Epson stylus stopped printing, clogged inkheads=garbage.

So, I purchased an HP printer, which began giving me problems within the first three weeks.I contacted HP tech for help, but alas, after hours of trying this and that (you know the drill) it was determined that I needed to return my printer to Best Buy, a mere five miles from my house.I still had a week for a simple exchange...but NOOOOO, the man (from another country, probably India) insisted that they didn't want me to go through the trouble!Please let us send you a replacement via ups.I thought that was silly but he insisted.I told him that I could exchange this printer in less than an hour, but I caved and allowed him to send it to me

I did have another printer I could use in the meantime (my ancient Canon...it's still ticking after seven years...) so it was no huge deal.

About one week later, UPS drops an HP box off on my porch.
The first thing that I notice is that it has a large sticker on it that says, "REFURBISHED IN MEXICO"

My thoughts were "WHAT THE ****!"REFURBISHED?

I refused the package (never opened it) and UPS picked it up a few days later.

I contacted HP and spoke to a rep who kept insisting that it was a good as new. (scripting, scripting, AAARGH!)I DIDN'T WANT as GOOD as NEW!I wanted NEW since that was what I had!!I was not happy and went in circles with them, reminding them that it was over the 30 days now in which I could have EASILY exchanged my HP at Best Buy. I was hugely insulted and felt very deceived.

I went to BB and explained the situation, giving them a copy of my online chat text with the rep.They were very cool about it and exchanged my printer for me, as a matter of fact I upgraded to an HP5650.In hindsight, I should have gone with another manufacturer altogether.

I contacted HP again and spoke to some higher up rep about this situation...and mind you, I don't swear at people and was polite but assertive with my complaint to this woman...she was witch from the get-go...I told her that I thought the service was deceptive and I had to spend an awful lot of time on the phone, calling them, UPS, calling them again, and exchanging my unit because of what they had sent me.I could have simply exchanged the unit on the first day and it would have been done.

She said, "Well, what do you WANT from us?"very very curtly,
All I wanted was to be heard, have them admit their error and to have the two new ink cartridges that I was told to open(by their rep) for testing in my printer replaced.She finally agreed.

They sent me only one of the cartridges. Losers.

So, here I am with my HP5650, which has a history of being temperamental, getting hung up (turn it off, wait an hour, try again) but printed text and graphics very well otherwise.

Yesterday evening the carriage froze up.I could barely get the ink cartriges out, obviously, things are messed up.I can't get the ink cartridges back in because the whole set-up in the carriage area is stuck.I've got two expensive ink cartridges left and this thing is now a piece of garbage.We even resorted to pounding on it.I am weary.

Never again will HP and I be associated in any way.

1-0 out of 5 stars HP Has Missed the Quality Mark on This One
I have been an HP printer fan for 15+ years, both personally and professionally.Because my company has an HP standard printer selection, the 5650 was my only choice to replace an older HP 895CXI, which by the way, I LOVED.My initial 5650 had to be replaced as the IT folks experienced quality problems at setup.This 5650 is less than 4 months old, yet jams OFTEN, makes clunking noises, and I suspect it won't last but another few months, if I'm lucky.
I am so disappointed in HP over this printer, that I recently purchased 2 new printers for my home, both replacing old HP 800 series, and I purchased 2 Canons.Both have been working like a charm for 3 months.
Wake up HP - especially if you're making deals with corporations on low end models.We're the professionals who leave the corporate world and equipment and make purchases for our homes.

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 Not a good printer for students
I am a college student, and I haven't had a good experience with this printer.I had a Lexmark for about a year, which was fast, but low quality and unreliable.When the cartridge ran out on that, I bought the HP 5650 instead.I've had it for about a month, and although setup was easy and the quality is very high, this is NOT A GOOD PRINTER FOR STUDENTS!Even on fast draft printing quality, it takes at least a minute to print a full page of text.The quality of the printing is very good, but it is EXTREMELY slow, even compared to most cheaper printers.The claim of 21 ppm is laughable.I think you'd need about 30 of these to get 21 pages in a minute.

5-0 out of 5 stars HP rocks
I bought this printer for four reasons: affordability, quality, simplicity, and ability to plug in to my Apple Airport Extreme.

In version 10.2, it worked great. However, when I upgraded to version 10.3.7, the printer would not work at all. I called Apple support (Apple care) and although they were very helpful, were stumped.

I sent an e-mail to HP support and within a day got an e-mail directing me to this link: http://docs.info.apple.com/article.html?artnum=107054. Now, the printer is once again working great!

All I wanted was a simple, basic, and moderately fast color printer and the deskjet 5650 delivers. But the fact that HP support was so great easily doubles the value of this product. I highly recommend it. ... Read more


47. 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


48. HP OfficeJet 6210 All-in-One Printer
by Hewlett Packard Office
list price: $199.99
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Asin: B0002YGLDY
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Hewlett Packard Office
Sales Rank: 15407
Average Customer Review: 2.5 out of 5 stars
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Product Description

Professional-quality print, fax, scan and copy with auto document feeder, PictBridge photo printing.

Put professional-quality printing, scanning, copying, and faxing into play with this superfunctional HP Officejet. What can it do? Print your photos sent from a PictBridge-enabled digital camera (never mind going through a PC), automatically complete jobs while you go get coffee, e-mail and receive photos, and produce documents in a flash.

Features:

  • Print and copy fast, whether you're turning out black text or color graphicsat speeds of up to 23 pages per minute in laser-quality black and 18 color
  • Review and revise photos and documents before printing with the text display and one-touch buttons
  • Print and copy photos with or without borders, or in panorama, standard, or custom sizes
  • Enhance and organize photos with the included HP Image Zone software
  • E-mail and receive photos using HP Instant Share™
  • Let jobs run unattended with the 20-sheet automatic document feeder for copying, scanning, and faxing
  • Stay on top of ink replacement: you're notified when you need more with HP SureSupply™; it's easy to get locally or online
  • Annotate documents with the HP Document Viewer
  • Share printing and scanning with up to five office PCs using the HP HP Jetdirect 175x External Print Server with basic image scanning (sold separately), which lets you check print status and save scans to your PC
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Features

  • 1,200 x 2,400 dpi scan resolution, 48-bit color
  • USB 2.0 and PictBridge connectivity; PC and Mac compatible
  • Color prints, copies, scans, and faxes
  • Up to 23 ppm black print/copy speed, 18 ppm color
  • Up to 4,800 x 1,200 dpi print resolution

Reviews (11)

1-0 out of 5 stars Software Installation Woes
I'd hoped to dodge the bad software bullet ("Maybe HP has FIXED it by now?"), but no such luck. On each of several installation attempts I received an error message almost immediately ("%1 is not a valid WIN32 application"), after which the installation aborted. This is apparently so widespread an occurence that it's the first problem (of 19) listed at HP's troubleshooting site.

As reported by others, there is no convenient remedy. While HP suggests several ready "solutions" -- among them a downloadable fix-it utility (which failed to work), a downloadable 488MB software & driver package (which can't be retrieved via ethernet) and instructions on how to install from your hard drive (the driver files wouldn't copy) -- the only real option seems to be a new installation disk.It must be ordered from HP and takes a minimum of two business days to ship.

I am presently waiting for the disk. While it may solve the software installation problem and enable full, productive use of what may otherwise be a good machine, I am giving the 6210 one (1) star. A $200 machine should be usable out of the box, andreplacement software, if required, should be available at the point of sale. HP has instead decided to deal with this problem by making it the customer's problem.

4-0 out of 5 stars I love this printer
Prior to installing I downloaded the new drivers. Absolutely no issues with the software. I'm not measuring the ink consumption and most of my printing is done as high speed black anyway so I can't comment on the cost per page. What I can say is that on the fast economical settings this baby zooms and it's pretty quiet to boot.
I also like the cancel print button on the front panel, it's instantaneous.
One pleasant suprise is that this printer is not a 'win' printer, which means that it will work in Linux without a driver.

Minor gripes.
1. You cannot enter more digits after you speed dial, which means that if you use a calling card for long distance you either have to use the software to dial or enter the calling card every time.

2. I've yet to find a way to turn off the ringer.

I've used every feature of this printer except the PictBridge, and overall I'm very happy with it, and very relieved that I did not suffer any of the problems the other reviewers had.

1-0 out of 5 stars I'm on my 3rd machine in a month
I have had lots of luck with HP products in the past. I think there must be something wrong with this model. I have had two replacement machines sent to me in the last month and both (as well as the original) have had hardware problems. I get a paper jam error even when there isn't any paper in the machine. The most recent machine came out of the box with this error message. Now I am getting the runaround from HP concerning refunds or switching to a different model. I would avoid this one and look at something else.

2-0 out of 5 stars First impressions are blasting
If this turns out to be the best printer in the world, it will NEVER be worth the trouble it was to set it up.I was forewarned at Staples that the software provided would not work, and that I would have to load the software via download.I should have known better, but that seems pretty easy, right?Not so.Two wasted nights of online support chat and an 800 number tech call.The online chat was useless and couldn't get it working, but did manage to drop some unwanted icons on my desktop.The phone support was better, though required a ridiculously convoluted procedure, and finally got things working.However, to get past the tech support phone call (in New Dehli, by the way), I had to endure a sales pitch for printer cartridges.Just what an already-agitated person is likely to respond to, right?HP ought to be ashamed to put out an item requiring anything more than five minutes to get working.TWO NIGHTS!That's what it took to get the first printed page out of this.Refuse to purchase this, and any HP product, on principle alone.Maybe this is the result of outsourcing.

1-0 out of 5 stars Software Nightmare
I bought this printer at 2:00pm today.At 11:30pm, I've finally given up.I've spent many hours of repeated trials on my own with a faulty disk with unreadable files. Then I spent more hours downloading the very large files from the HP website (well maybe the first download was corrupted?the second?try the basics file instead of the full file? nothing works).Then I spent more hours on several calls to customer support in India, and endured repeated attempts by those same customer suppport personnel to sell me other, unrelated programs from HP, interspersed among the steps of incredibly convoluted and grueling multiple attempts to get this nightmare programming to run - all of which were failures.Finally they decided to send me a new disk, which will take a week to get to me while the time on my warranty ticks away and the hardware gathers dust.No wonder the store I bought this unit at is selling them at a discount.Still not worth it though.I'd rather pay more for something that actually works!

Meanwhile, while poking through the older HP drivers that came with the Windows XP I found that some of the older OfficeJet drivers could produce a black-and-white test page with this printer - an exceedingly disappointing achievement, but after today's torture I guess any scrap of success is worth noting.

As for the machine itself, well I haven't really been able to do much with it, and don't see any reason to try now since (1) the primary functions for which I wanted the unit seem to be impossible to achieve, and (2) I'm just too exhausted to consider it.

If the replacement disk gets here within the next two days, I'll try it.Otherwise this unit will go back to the retailer.

Altogether, I just wish I could bill HP for the incredible waste of my time this thing has been. ... Read more


49. Canon BJC-85 Portable Color Bubble Jet Printer
by Canon Computer Systems
list price: $299.00
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Asin: B00004SGBW
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Canon Computer Systems
Sales Rank: 7122
Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

The Canon BJC-85 color bubble jet printer is an exceptional combination of lightweight portability and professional-quality desktop printing--a remarkably fast, commanding little printer, enabling you to produce letters, memos, and reports on all your excursions. The perfect companion to your desktop or laptop, both Mac and PC compatible, the Canon BJC-85 color bubble jet printer is practical for travel and use just about anywhere with its long-life battery (and optional battery pack) and the AC adapter. Plus, fast built-in infrared IrDA wireless technology lets you print without a cable connection.

Sleek size is just an introduction to the printer: documents print in crisp 720 x 360 dpi black and at a surprisingly swift speed--for a portable printer--of five pages per minute in black and white and two pages per minute in color. These rates are supported by a 30-sheet paper feed for continuous printing. The crisp and vibrant colors delivered by the Canon BJC-85 color bubble jet printer on charts, graphs, and photos are necessity, not luxury, whether you are home or away. With the addition of the optional IS-12 color image scanner cartridge you can transform the BJC-85 into a sheet-fed color scanner, which is an outstanding opportunity to gain two compact and portable machines in one.

Even with the AC adapter and optional battery included, the Canon BJC-85 weighs in at just 4.5 pounds. Printing while on the road or in the air is easy when you carry the Canon BJC-85 color bubble jet printer's impressive high quality with you. A universal power adapter, color and black ink cartridges, and a CD-ROM with printer/scanner drivers are included. Canon offers a one-year limited warranty on parts and labor with SelectExchange on the BJC-85 printer. ... Read more

Features

  • Up to 5 ppm black printing
  • Lightweight color Bubble Jet printer
  • USB and parallel ports, Mac and PC compatible
  • IrDA technology for wireless printing
  • 720 x 360 resolution in color or B&W

Reviews (18)

3-0 out of 5 stars Poor paper feed
I have owned BJC 70 and BJC 80.Both have difficulty feeding automatically. I have had to guide each single piece of paper in order for the feed to catch.

I have also gone through a power supply.Currently my power button is not operating and cannot turn on.

I paid the high price of $300 for dependabilty thinking that it was reliable but the variety of mechanical failures have caused me to look for another brand name.I do love the portability design, but I guess design does not equate with dependability.

4-0 out of 5 stars Good, with one discrepancy (sp?)
This is a good quality printer.I like it.There's only one thing I don't like.The ink tanks (cartridges) are small.It seems like I'm always putting in a new one.And of course, they have to have all three colors in one tank so that the remaining ink of the other two colors gets wasted.At least the tanks are cheap.

5-0 out of 5 stars Simply Fabulous
I traveled to India on business, where just plugging something in was quite the adventure, so when I pulled this little gizmo out of my suitcase (where it took up almost no room), attached it to my laptop, and heard the whir of it going into action ... well, I almost wept. So far from home, with such a little piece of technical ingenuity. I have wanted to thank Canon for the past year, and so I'm doing it now. We actually use the BJC-85 as a secondary printer in my home business ... you know how it is, you don't want to walk all the way from the dining room to the office. It's sturdy, compatible with Mac and PC, and just too cute for words. For goodness sakes, it's not much bigger than a carton of eggs!

1-0 out of 5 stars Road warriors beware!
Another piece of junk disguised as a portable printer! (Read my review of the HP 350 portable.) On this unit, the paper feed mechanism failed after 3 months -- repaired under warranty. Last week it stopped putting ink down at my client's facility (really embarrassing). It spite of "5 deep cleanings," a new catridge, and 5 more deep cleanings the printer would only print blank pages.

I was then forced to go out a buy HP's new portable - the 450 (I'm keeping my fingers crossed) so I could continue working.

1-0 out of 5 stars Printer did not work.
I received the Bjc-85 portable printer. I have plugged it into many electrical outletts in my home and office. The item will not turn on . I was sold a broken printer. I am very unhappy with this product. ... Read more


50. HP DeskJet 9800 Wide Format Color Printer (C8165A#A2L)
by Hewlett Packard
list price: $353.99
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Asin: B0007O97Y4
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Hewlett Packard
Sales Rank: 2890
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Product Description

HP DeskJet 9800 is a compact, feature-rich printer to create vibrant office documents and in-house marketing material. Experience the versatility of up to 4800-optimized dpi A3+ borderless printing plus optional 6-ink photo-quality and automatic two-sided printing. ... Read more

Features

  • Parallel and USB ports; PC, Mac, Linux, UNIX compatible
  • Resolutions up to 1,200 x 1,200 dpi and 4800-optimized dpi color
  • Print speeds up to 30 ppm black and 20 ppm color
  • Duty cycle of 5,000 pages per month
  • Print sizes from index cards to 13-by-19-inch posters, even borderless

51. HP 450CBi Mobile DeskJet Printer with Battery
by Hewlett Packard
list price: $412.00
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Asin: B00006LLJ6
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Hewlett Packard
Sales Rank: 16557
Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars
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Product Description

HEWLETT PACKARD (C8112A#A2L) HP deskjet 450cbi mobile printer ... Read more

Features

  • USB, parallel, infrared, CompactFlash, and optional Bluetooth interfaces
  • 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 the included long-lasting lithium battery
  • Includes foldable sheet feeder and parallel printer cable
  • PhotoRet IV color layering technology with optional HP 58 photo cartridge

Reviews (7)

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.

5-0 out of 5 stars Photo Printing Amazing
I got a new laptop this year, and it came with a free Dell Printer/Scanner/Copier thing, which I was pretty excited about, but it turned out it was HUGE.Took up waaaaay too much desk space in my already cramped dorm room, so at a friend's recommendation I got the HP 450 CBi.It's amazing.

First reason it's amazing is that for day-to-day printing it is just as good, if not a little better, than any other HP inkjet I've ever had, and I've had quite a few.

Second, the portability is great.Not only is it great to be able to bring my laptop to the theatre and update paperwork, etc. on the spot, but it's even better to then be able to immediately print it out and hand it to whoever it needs to go to.

Third, it's photo printing quality is incredible.With HP Premium Plus glossy photo paper, and the #58 photo cartrige, all of the pictures I've printed on it are virtually indistinguishable from film prints.

The only cons I'd say are the capacity of the ink cartriges (and the price, but I suppose all ink cartriges are rediculously overpriced), and the overall price of the unit.However, if you've got a good amount of money to spend on a printer, need to conserve as much space as you can, and could benefit from the portability, I would highly recommend this printer.

4-0 out of 5 stars Not bad, but a tad overpriced
I bought this printer to go with my HP Pavilion ze5200 laptop the summer before heading off to college.I knew that in college, I'd be mobile and on the run, so I was looking for a good quality printer that was small enough to fit in a dorm, but wouldn't crap out on me as I was printing a ten page paper half an hour before it was due.

It's been about nine months since I bought the 450Cbi, and I've had a really good experience.It's small enough to fit compactly on my little dorm-room desk, and every time someone walks into my room they say, "Oh! What a cute printer!"It's small and lightweight enough to throw in my backpack along with my laptop as I go to the library or student center to study, and the fact that it can be battery-powered is just awesome--I can be sitting outside in the middle of the quad, with no outlets in sight, tapping away happily on my laptop with my printer chugging out my papers beside me.The quality is fantastic, both photo and simple black-and-white, and one black ink cartridge lasted me eight months, which is amazing considering all the papers a college student has to type.

For the negative stuff:As other people have said, it has a problem with paper jamming.I've had several times where the paper has jammed, and I've had to work like the devil to un-jam it.However, nothing has broken, and all in all, it's held up beautifully considering how much I put it through, always lugging it from one side of the campus to the other. My infrared printing did suddenly stop working on me for some reason--my laptop will detect the beam and begin to print, but an error will pop up and refuse to print anything that's not a Notepad file.As well, I was also disappointed that though the printer is advertised as being wireless, it doesn't actually come with a Bluetooth card.No matter though, a parallel port cable is short, compact, and has worked perfectly fine for me.I do think that it is a little overpriced--I paid $250 for it--but for me, it's been a great a little printer and I don't regret my choise to buy it.

2-0 out of 5 stars Paper Jambs
I heavily use the HP 450CBi daily. Usually print 75 to 100 pages of Docs per day. Battery life is good.Print quality is good.Print speed is acceptable for a portable. Durability is questionable.I keep it clean and in its own protective case.I am on my THIRD HP450CBi printer in 9 months!Paper jambs, multiple sheets feeding,print carriage movement obstructed.I have tried many different types of paper based on quality, brand, thickness of paper, inkjet, multipurpose, etc. all with similar results.When number 3 gives out I think I go for a cheap disposable desk type model and plug into a 12V/110V power inverter in my vehicle.No Bluetooth as advertised.Forget IR.Just plug in a USB cable.Good Luck!

1-0 out of 5 stars 450 CBi misrepresented by manufacturer.
I purchased a 450 CBi so I could use the Bluetooth technolagy with my HP ipac 2215.The printer is clearly advertised as having Bluetooth connectivity.Upon receiving the printer theinformation included indicates that a HP Bluetooth printer card is required priced at $97.00.After spending 3 hours on line and on phone I find the item can't be bought.HP's last instructions were to search on google for it.I did only to find only one reseller listing the item.They were out of stock. ... Read more


52. Epson Stylus Pro 4800 Print Engine 2880X1440 Dpi 17IN 8-COLOR
by Epson

our price: $2,179.99
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Asin: B0009PD3L4
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Epson
Sales Rank: 13425
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Product Description

Designed to meet the needs of the most demanding professionals, the Epson Stylus Pro 4800 incorporates a unique 17-inch wide printer design with a breakthrough new 8-color ink technology, forcing to reconsider what's possible from photographic ink jet printing. Imagine producing archival prints with amazing color fidelity, gloss-level, and scratch resistance, while providing consistently stable colors that significantly outperform lesser ink technologies. Imagine producing professional neutral and toned black and white prints with higher density levels and virtually no metamerism or bronzing.Handling virtually any media type in roll or cut-sheet up to 17-inch wide, the Epson Stylus Pro 4800 incorporates a high-capacity paper tray capable of handling cut-sheet media up to 17" x 22". The Epson Stylus Pro 4800 represents a level of technology unprecedented in Epson's history. Combining the extreme precision of a Stylus Pro print engine, along with the extraordinary performance of UltraChrome K3 Ink Technology, results in a print void of any signs of how it was produced. Prepare to be amazed all over again.in. ... Read more


53. Casio CW-100-IH CD Label Printer
by Casio

our price: $116.41
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Asin: B00064GGIU
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Casio
Sales Rank: 5062
Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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Product Description

Casio (CW-100-IH) CD Label Printer ... Read more

Reviews (1)

5-0 out of 5 stars Easier than adhesive labels, in my opinion
I'm in a band, so it's really nice to have an inexpensive way of printing CD labels. And I think it looks more professional than paper adhesive labels, because you're printing directly on the disc. How easily the ink scratches off depends on your printing surface; use CDs with a nice matte finish and the ink will adhere well. I was not disappointed with the print quality; 300dpi is reasonable for this device. The ability to use True Type fonts and to preview the image is also nice. And while it has simple wizards for novices, I wasn't disappointed with the advanced layout features, such as front-to-back ordering and position locking. You could even do color graphics if you split an image into RGB separations and rotated the color ink ribbons. And it's great that the disc turns automatically to print on both sides. Overall, I think this is a great solution when you consider the costs of various CD printing options. ... Read more


54. Epson Stylus Photo R300 Inkjet Printer
by Epson
list price: $149.99
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Asin: B0000E2Y7G
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Epson
Sales Rank: 7671
Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

Bypass your computer system and print photos directly from your digital camera's memory card, with the Epson R300. Just choose the photos you want from a proof sheet and press a couple of buttons, and then enjoy your borderless 4-by-6-inch photo in as little as 37 seconds. With clear border definition and
Printing directly on CDs
and DVDs is a snap.
color separation and genuinely realistic skin tones, the prints will be suitable for framing, as if they had come from a professional photo lab.

The R300 also does a splendid job on standard text documents, envelopes, labels or transparencies--you can even print on CDs and DVDs in both 8cm and 12cm sizes. When you're in a hurry, churn out draft-quality sheets at 15 pages per minute, or take your time and achieve the ultimate perfection of 5,760 x 1,440 optimized dpi photos. (All reported speeds are maximums [fastest possible]. Actual speeds will vary.)

Wireless connectivity: Print directly from your digital camera or, using the separately sold Bluetooth adapter, from other Bluetooth-equipped devices
Six individual ink cartridges keep the cost of consumables low; yields of 630 black pages and 430 color pages (based on 5% coverage) mean you won't have to replace any of them too often. A convenient USB port allows you to connect a Zip drive or PictBridge-equipped camera directly to the front panel.The sleek black and silver finish adds a streamlined modern look to your desktop, and the paper trays fold away when not in use to keep the area tidy. Epson includes a one-year warranty with the Epson exchange program.

What's in the Box
Epson Stylus Photo R300 inkjet printer; one each of a black ink cartridge (T048120), cyan ink cartridge (T048220), light cyan ink cartridge (T048520), light magenta ink cartridge (T048620), magenta ink cartridge (T048320), and yellow ink cartridge (T048420); CD print tray; CD-ROM with documentation, printer drivers, and CD printing and imaging software for Windows and Macintosh; printer cable not included

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Features

  • 2 USB ports; supports DirectPrint and PictBridge cameras
  • Up to 5,760 x 1,440 optimized dpi resolution
  • Slots for digital-camera memory cards
  • Prints 4-by-6 photo in as little as 37 seconds
  • Accepts inkjet-printable CDs and DVDs

Reviews (56)

1-0 out of 5 stars Ink sucking monster
I had originally bought this printer to replace a defective HP, thinking that the photo quality would be better. I was wrong. The problems began on day one. Being a photo idiot, I usually simply print from the internal windows picture viewer. With this printer, that colors were all over the map. I now have to go through Photoshop to print out anything with colors, brightness and contrast even remotely resembling the original. Utterly infuriating.

Even more infuriating is finding out that the ink is costing me an arm and a leg. The ink runs out at an incredibly fast rate, and when one goes dry, YOU CAN'T PRINT ANYTHING! Argh! Almost ninety bucks to refill the darned thing. At a local (major) electronics shop, they were selling refurb units of this printer for less than the price of the ink. Since I had to buy new ink anyways, I bought the unit, used the factory new ink cartridges for mine, and had the pleasure of beating the crap out of the refurb unit with a sledgehammer. Saved a couple of bucks in the deal and vented my frustration at Epson at the same time.

No more refills. Next time it runs out, this unit goes in the trash and the ninety bucks can go a long way towards buying me a new HP printer.

2-0 out of 5 stars not that great
I have had this printer for just over a year and I must say that I am not all that impressed.All the photos I print (from several different programs) are all dark.I constantly have problems loading DVDs into the printer.Just yesterday it took me 8 attempts to successfully print 1 DVD.And this thing eats ink.

4-0 out of 5 stars Beautiful prints, ink problem
I've heard some complaints that people have had to greatly tweak the settings to get the printout color accurate.I've never encountered this problem, but I HAVE encountered a different issue.

I've purchased 3 sets (18 cartridges) of ink since I bought this printer.One set was generic, the other two sets were genuine Epson.I have had a serious problem with diminishing print quality.With the generic set, my ink warning light came on, telling me to replace the cartridge.When I took the cartridge out to replace it, I could feel (and hear when I shook it), that the cartridge was still half-full of ink.

Another SERIOUS issue regarding ink supply, is I've been having to clean the print heads before and after every print job.It all started when I printed a photo and a HUGE drop of cyan ink landed right in the center of the image as I was printing.The rollers then smudged and dragged the drop all over the printout.I cleaned the print heads but the real problem was the ROLLERS.They were all covered with cyan ink and no matter how much I cleaned the print heads, I was still getting cyan-colored ink lines on all my printouts.I had no choice but to open the top and go in with alcohol swabs and Q-Tips, and slowly remove all the ink from the rollers.

Then it happened when I was printing on CDs/DVDs.I put the tray in properly and the printer was telling me I was low on black in.I began printing and walked away.When I came back, I had a CD with a huge glob of black, streaky ink ALL over the CD and all over the CD tray used to print with.I had to throw away the CD and soak the tray in soapy water... and go back into the printer with alcohol swabs and Q-Tips and clean the rollers off again because now they were coated with black ink.

I've since thrown out about 8 DVDs and 4 CDs because of this problem.Who wants to keep a streaky, blotchy DVD?Even if I'd wanted to keep it, the ink seemed like it would take 3 days to dry properly because it was such thick globs that had seemingly fallen out of the ink cartridge.It's as though the cartridge has lost its vacuum and all the ink was falling out when the print head opened.The ink dried in clumps that you could actually peel off - like when latex paint drips off the side of the can it comes in.

I've since replaced ALL the ink cartridges with genuine Epson ones and I've carefully cleaned all the rollers.I have not have the leaky ink problem as of yet but I am getting dull stripes across my printouts, like the printer forgot to throuroughly print in that spot.I'm hoping I can correct this with more head cleaning and nozzle checking.

If you're going to buy this printer - don't take the chance with generic ink cartridges.It seems like you'll save money but in actuality, you'll spend more time cleaning up the mess it causes and you may have to buy a new printer in the end.I don't know if that's what caused my problem but it seemed to all start with the use of the generic cartridges.They're set up differently than geniune Epson brand cartridges.They have a hole in the top of the cartridge that is covered by a label.You must peel off the label before inserting the cartridge in the printer and you can hear a *hiss* noise as you reveal the hole - almost as though you're releasing the vaccuum that keeps the ink in.That scared me from the start and I think that could be where my problem lies.

Hope I've helped.

5-0 out of 5 stars Epson R300
I do like this printer and I have a Mac running OSX 10.3.The R300just turns out superior prints--as simple as that.I didn't have any problems installing it and it's worked like a dream from day one. The blacks are black--and the colors great.I also use Adobe Photoshop and the colors are pretty true. I did purchase the Blue Tooth dongle for wireless printing but for photos that's way too slow.I have not tried other types of wireless printing.This is just a great overall printer--.

1-0 out of 5 stars NOT very Mac-friendly!
I have wasted much of two weekends trying to get this sucker to run on a network with two Macs (one wired, one wireless) and a PC (wireless) and a Buffalo print server box.Oh, I had the PC printing in minutes.It's the Mac part that has been the nightmare.The "geniuses" at the Apple Store were of no use whatsoever -- their only solution was to buy a brand new Apple base station, and from what I've learned since, I have no confidence that this would work either.I've written to the black hole known as Epson tech support, and have heard NOTHING back.
The problem is that there are no Mac OS drivers from Epson for the R300 allowing access across a network.In doing an "Add Printer" on Mac OS X, you look at the popup list of printer drivers, and yup, there's HP, and Canon, and even Lexmark, but no Epson.There's "ESP", which I learn stands for a third party entity, and there are some highly cryptic generic Epson options there.But so far, I've only gotten Postscript commands, junk, or nothing at all to be emitted.I found a web reference to some guy who managed to get the thing working, sort of, in some kind of kluidgy way, but now he was down to tweaking deep-innards settings to keep printouts from looking not-quite-so-horrible.Mac users, be warned! ... Read more


55. Sony DPP-FP50 Digital Photo Printer
by Sony
list price: $299.99
our price: $194.99
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Asin: B0009O1196
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Sony
Sales Rank: 9287
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Product Description

16.7 million colors * dye-sublimation technology (300 x 300 dpi) * print photos directly from Memory Stick® (Memory Stick Duo, Memory Stick PRO, MagicGate Memory Stick) CompactFlash®, and SD * composite video output for TV display * edit photos on TV screen and print using supplied wireless remote control * ... Read more

Features

  • SuperCoat 2 protective lamination; rich, long lasting colors
  • High-speed, portable dye-sublimation photo printing
  • Borderless 4-by-6 and 3.5-by-5-inch prints in about 1 minute
  • Built-in LCD preview panel; compact, lightweight design
  • USB, PictBridge, memory card ports; prints with or without a computer

56. Canon PowerShot A400 3.2MP Digital Camera with 2.2x Optical Zoom (Silver) & Canon PIXMA ip3000 Photo Printer
by Canon Cameras US
list price: $299.99
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Asin: B0006FMNRM
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Canon Cameras US
Sales Rank: 1383
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Amazon.com Product Description

The PowerShot A400 digital camera and Canon Pixma ip3000 photo printer have all the quality you expect from a Canon, with a price to make you smile. The A400's easy-to-use technology produces great results, and with the amazingly fastm advanced Pixma printer, taking and printing images is a joy.

Camera Features:

  • Easy to use
  • 3.20-megapixel sensor and 2.2x optical zoom
  • Canon Visionary Technology
  • 12 shooting modes
  • 9-point AiAF
  • VGA movies with sound
  • PictBridge/Canon Direct Print compatible
  • Print/Share button
  • Canon iMAGE Gateway

A Camera That's Fun
From the Canon Visionary Technologies that deliver great shot after shot to the easy access special scene modes, everything about the PowerShot A400 is designed to make photography simple. A camera that takes the hard work out of super results, leaving you to focus on capturing the right moment. And with 3.2 megapixels, you'll be delighted at the detail and quality of your digital images and photo prints.

The A400's 3.2 megapixel CCD offers superb clarity and detail.
Images to Impress
A Canon high-performance lens ensures outstanding image quality from one corner of the picture to the other. Its 2.2x optical zoom is great for closing in on the action, while the macro close-up function lets you focus on objects as little as 5 centimeters away. A 9-point AiAF auto-focus system keeps subjects in focus--even when they are not centered in the frame.

Great Images in All Conditions
A special scene mode gives access to eight clever presets for excellent results in tricky conditions: Portrait, Night Scene, Foliage, Snow, Beach, Fireworks, Underwater and Indoor. Special effects include Sepia, Black & White and Vivid color.

The retractable 2.2x optical/3.2x digital zoom lens gives you a combined 7.0x zoom power.
Play with Movies
The PowerShot A400 takes up to three-minute movie clips (up to 30 seconds at VGA quality), complete with sound recording, fun playback, and in-camera editing on the 1.5-inch LCD screen. You can even connect your camera to the TV to share the best moments with family and friends.

Software
With Canon's ZoomBrowser EX (for Windows) and ImageBrowser (for Macintosh) you can download, store, manage, and edit your photos with ease. You can also arrange albums, add comments, and create slide shows. Online sharing is easy with 100 MB free storage space on Canon iMAGE Gateway.

Splash Out
With protection to a depth of 3 meters, the PowerShot A400's optional All Weather Case opens up new worlds of creativity, from snorkeling to skiing. Other optional accessories include a soft case to keep your camera good as new, an AC adapter kit, and a rechargeable NiMH battery charger kit.

Print at Home
Get beautiful prints instantly with or without a PC with the bundled Canon PIXMA ip3000 Photo Printer. Simply connect your camera to the printer, hit the Print/Share button and you'll have a photo in your hands within seconds. The button also simplifies uploading to any Windows PC. When connected to a Canon Compact Photo Printer, the PowerShot A400 allows you to create handy ID photo prints.

Canon Pixma iP3000 Photo Printer
The Canon Pixma iP3000 Photo Printer delivers speed, quality, and convenience in a stylish package. How fast is it? It produces up to 22 pages per minute (ppm) in black and up to 15 ppm in color, and a beautiful 4-by-6-inch borderless print takes only 36 seconds (highest-speed mode, ideal conditions). Plus, you have the convenience of direct photo printing: simply connect any PictBridge-compatible digital camera or DV camcorder, and print. This PC-free process eliminates the need to be tied to your computer, saving you time.

But the Pixma iP3000 Photo Printer isn't just fast. It also achieves impressive detail and clarity as a result of Canon's Full-photolithography Inkjet Nozzle Engineering (FINE). This technology features an upgraded 1,600-nozzle print head that ejects precise, consistent droplets as small as 2 picoliters, for amazing photo-realism. This high-efficiency printer also uses a specially formulated black ink for laser-like text on reports and letters, along with high-intensity color inks for brilliant photos and graphics. Your borderless photos, from 4 by 6 up to 8.5 by 11 inches will have the look and feel of traditional photographs.

Canon Think Tank System
To help reduce printing costs, this efficient system has four individual ink tanks that let you replace only the color that runs out, rather than an entire cartridge containing unused ink. Plus, a unique low-ink sensor alerts you when ink levels are low, so you are prepared to just drop in a new tank when needed.

Features:

  • Up to 22 ppm black, up to 15 ppm color
  • Dual paper path with built-in two-sided printing
  • Maximum 4,800 x 1,200 color dpi resolution with microscopic droplets as small as 2 picoliters
  • Direct photo printing from PictBridge compatible digital cameras and DV camcorders
  • 4 individual ink tanks help reduce waste and can save you money
  • Borderless 4-by-6-inch photographs in approximately 36 seconds
What's in the Box
Canon A400, 2 AA batteries, 16 MB SD memory card, wrist strap, AV cable, USB cable, CD software, instruction manual, warranty/registration card, Pixma iP3000 Photo Printer, Pixma iP3000 print head, BCI-3eBk black ink tank, BCI-6C cyan ink tank, BCI-6M magenta ink tank, BCI-6Y yellow ink tank, Canon Photo Paper Plus Glossy 4 x 6 sample pack, power cord, documentation kit, setup software and user's guide on CD-ROM (printer cable not included) ... Read more

57. Canon Selphy CP400 Photo Printer
by Canon
list price: $149.99
our price: $144.39
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Asin: B0007KQT1W
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Canon
Sales Rank: 10035
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Product Description

dye sublimation technology (300 x 300 dpi) * 256 gradations per color * direct photo printing with PictBridge-compliant cameras * print sizes: wide borderless or bordered postcard-sized (4" x 8") with optional paper and tray; borderless or bordered postcard-sized (4" x 6"); borderless or bordered L-sized (approximately 3-1/2" x 4-11/16") with optional paper and tray; borderless or bordered credit card-sized (approximately 3-1/2" x 2-3/16") with optional paper and tray; mini label-sized with optional paper and tray * multiple (8-screen) print for mini label-sized photos * ... Read more

Features

  • High-quality, durable color photo prints
  • PictBridge compatible--no PC required
  • Affordable and fun printing for all the family
  • Multiple paper sizes
  • Windows and Mac supported (software supplied)

58. Epson Stylus Photo RX500 All-in-One
by Epson
list price: $248.84
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Asin: B0000T3CDI
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Epson
Sales Rank: 11535
Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

If you love to play with your digital camera but also need a serious printer that can get your office reports looking great, consider this Epson all-in-one. Based on the engines of the popular Epson Stylus Photo R300 printer and the Epson Perfection 2400 scanner, the Stylus Photo RX500 adds standalone copying (no PC required) and saves valuable desk space compared to separate components. It is both versatile and reliable, enabling you to scan photos, text, or negatives; to make copies; and to print anything from borderless 4-by-6-inch photos to business envelopes.

The flatbed scanner offers 2,400 dpi optical (9,600 dpi interpolated) resolution and 48-bit color to bring your scanned images rich detail and crisply defined color separation. Archive your family photos, save your favorite articles on your hard drive, or assemble a slide show. You can also save your scans directly to a compatible memory card, even without a PC.

Instant copies can be created in four different resolutions--top speed for black copies is 10 copies per minute. When printing from your system, the RX500 produces black documents in draft mode up to 17 ppm, 16 ppm for color. Take your time and seek perfection with the optimized 5,760 x 1,440 dpi mode, for beautifully sharp photos. In a faster mode, borderless 4-by-6-inch prints appear in as little as 37 seconds. Insert your digital camera'scompatible memory card and print your evening's shots while bypassing your system. Just use the photo proof sheet mode to select only images you need.

Consumable costs are low, thanks to six separate high-yield ink tanks--you can expect up to 630 pages from the black cartridge and 430 pages from the color cartridges, based on 5% page coverage. The modern silver and black casing adds a sleek touch to your office space, while the included USB cable couldn't be more convenient. Epson provides a one-year warranty covering parts and service; Epson Exchange service is included.

What's in the Box
Epson Stylus Photo RX500, one cyan ink cartridge (T048220), one light cyan ink cartridge (T048520), one magenta ink cartridge (T048320), one light magenta ink cartridge (T048620), one yellow ink cartridge (T048420), one black ink cartridge (T048120), one USB cable, all-in-one documentation, CD-ROM containing all-in-one drivers and software (Windows and Macintosh), transparency unit, film holder, document mat, paper tray, paper guide ... Read more

Features

  • Digital-camera memory card slots for PC-free printing and scan-to-card
  • Up to 5,760 x 1,440 optimized dpi printing
  • Up to 17 ppm draft print speed; 10 cpm copy speed
  • Up to 2,400 dpi optical scanning, 9,600 dpi interpolated
  • Built-in transparency unit for 35mm negative and slides

Reviews (41)

4-0 out of 5 stars An Early Review
Ok, so it's only been running for a few hours...And ok, I have yet to print photos from it...But. I have printed simple Word documents and of course it's a bit slower than the garage sized laser printer I had from HP, but it's fast enough and the quality is just fine.I am a writer and photographer and I simply cannot wait to get this thing rolling on prints...The machine is gorgeous. It came together in a snap, loading the software was a breeze...I'll write more later when I put it through some of its paces...

4-0 out of 5 stars Complicated excellent Quality
After an extended search for all in one under $300 this was the clear winner.After searching the web for comparitives reviews for photo printing and finding none useful, I conducted my own comparison.I took a couple jpg files to the local superstore and had photos printed on the leading photo HP, Canon, Epson printers and at the local Drupstore.I also had the photo uploaded to Snapfish.Snapfish was clearly this winner in the test.Epson was a easy second - beat the drugstore by a longshot.Hp was next and Canon last - by far.
I was concerned about the durability of the ink from the Epsonprinter after reading some reviews so I conducted a test.I placed a few drops of water on each of these photos.Again, Snapfish and Epson passed this test.HP and Canon failed.HP claims to be durable but wasn't.What I learned in this test was the paper is the most important factor.Glossy paper is much more durable than a matte finish.
I've used the Epson for months now and am very pleased with the quality.
Now for the cons.The Epson was difficult to install.3 pages of instructions and several emails from Epson technical support were required to get the scanner feature working - and I'm a programmer.
The software can also be difficult to use.Even being very technical, I've struggled at times to perform some of the advanced features such as 35mm slide and negative scanning.Never the less, once I figured out the glitches, these advanced feature provide excellent results.
Keep in mind the ink is expensive - about $80 bucks to replace all 6 carts.I haven't had the nerve to buy compatable inks but these are half the price and claim to be equal quality.
I definitely recommend the printer/scanner for a person demandingquality photo printing.Someone less technically inclined may have trouble installing and using the printer.

4-0 out of 5 stars Overall, very pleased with my RX500 Printer.
I purchased this printer last week, and I have tried out almost all of its features, and everything worked well as promised. The quality of pictures I printed on Epson photo paper are excellant. It does use a lot of ink, but all good photo printers use a lot of ink. The text quality is good (just as good as any other inkjet printer). My printer read my digital camera card perfectly. The scanner does a great job. The ability to print from old negatives and slides was an important feature for me, and RX500 does a great job recreating pictures from negatives without any developing chemicals. It's also a great copier, and there is no need for your computer to be on when you just need to create a copy of something. The print speed is a bit slow, but it's probably fine for most home use. The Epson Software is okay, but you may find other software products that offer more features and flexiblity.

I considered the Epson RX600 printer, but with all my (...), the Epson RX500 printer was half the cost of the RX600. The only difference between the RX600 and RX500 is that the RX600 offers the Small View Screen and the ablility to hook your digital camera directly into the printer, but I prefer to view my pictures on my computer monitor before I decide to print them, and I can just as easily hook my camera to my front USB port. Also, I read on another website that on rare occasions this Small View Screen burns-out which concerned me. Overall, I am pleased with the RX500 printer.

Note: Epson printers sometimes have problems with clogged print-heads after 1 to 2 years (I encountered one myself), and the Epson clean features may not resolve this problem. Therefore, I also considered a HP Printer (which I have owned before and have usually been happy with) as the HP is less likely to have these print-head problems, but the HP2510 or HP2610 multi-purpose-printer cost twice as much as the Epson RX500 after all the (...), and the HP does not recreate negatives or slides. Also, on the HP, you have to change the printer cartridge to print good photos. Both of these HP printers offer a Small View Screen and also Direct Faxing, but on the Epson RX500, you must use your computer fax software.

5-0 out of 5 stars A Great Printer
I got this printer when Epson had a $80 Mail in Rebate.That made the deal very sweet.But even without the Mail in Rebate this has got to be one of the better All In Ones.Photos printed on Epson 4x6 Premium paper comes out perfect, you would never have to go to get your pictures developed again.Also the ink dries right away on this paper so you don't have to wait to pick it up.Scanning is very fast, pictures come out great.Everything this printer does was nothing short of great.The only negative I would say is that Epson did not add a fax.Other then that it would be perfect.

5-0 out of 5 stars BESSTTT !ALL IN ONE PRINTER!
I love this printer, I have recently started digital and was going back and forth on printers for a few months and finally went with this printer. I couldnt have picked a better one. I was readin reviews saying the ink smears, well I dont know what ink they were using because the epson ink in the printer did not, put picture in running water and everything and the ink didnt smear. There is alot of settings on the printer but something easy enough to learn. The negative scanner works great! I printed a negative at best quality and compared it to a store print and mine was better! I guess stores are cutting down on ink. Overall the printer is great! If I had to say anything bad about the printer the only thing is it seems to use more black ink when printing a picture then the colors, but its still less expensive then printing a store or just as equal to. ... Read more


59. HP Deskjet 3745 Color Inkjet Printer
by Hewlett Packard Office
list price: $61.50
our price: Too low to display
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Asin: B000285BXQ
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Hewlett Packard Office
Sales Rank: 1504
Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars
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Product Description

DeskJet 3745 Color Inkjet Printer ... Read more

Features

  • USB interface, PC and Mac compatible
  • Up to 4,800-optimized dpi color resolution, 1,200 dpi black
  • Up to 14 ppm black, 10 ppm color print speed
  • Versatile paper handling, 4-by-6-inch borderless prints
  • Lightweight, compact design; fold-up tray, ideal for notebooks

Reviews (11)

5-0 out of 5 stars Surprisingly good to be so cheap.
I'll be honest.I'm not a fan of HP.I worked in the IT field for a number of years, and they always caused me headaches.I bought this printer solely because it was cheap.

I guess I owe HP an apology now, because this little printer has been nearly perfect for me.The print speed and quality are very good for the price, and it's very compact.Unlike other printers that load the paper from a vertical tray in the back, this little DeskJet loads from the front, so the paper stays flat, and won't curl up or jam.

Admittedly, I don't print in large volume, so those who do will likely be better off with a laser printer, or a more ruggedly-built printer.I mainly need something to print ordinary text documents, emails, etc. from time to time.For that, this printer has been very good indeed.

1-0 out of 5 stars Bad printer
I could never get this thing to work. It has only printed a couple of pages the whole time i have owned it. Dont buy this unless you want a paper weight

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.

4-0 out of 5 stars Great printer but not perfect
This is a good quality printer but there's still a few problems. First, ink only lasts about 100 to 120 pages so it's not good for constant printing, and second the description says "quiet and smooth", this printer does run fairly smooth but isn' that quiet. This printer also does not come with a USB cable needed to operate this printer so you'll have to buy a USB A/B cable.

But overall I would recomend this product for home/small office use

5-0 out of 5 stars A great printer for it's price
Even though it didn't include the usb cable it is a very good printer.It's b&w prints are of high quality.It prints 14ppm in b&w,which is quite fast.It just spits it out.It also is very quiet and small.Keep in mind the usb cable it needs is the Belkin Pro Series USB 2.0 Device Cable (USB A/USB B] NOT the Belkin F3U133-06 USB Device Cable ... Read more


60. HP Business Inkjet 1200DN Color Printer
by Hewlett Packard Office

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Asin: B00068S5PI
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Hewlett Packard Office
Sales Rank: 20737
Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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Product Description

HP's low running-cost color printer, the HP Business Inkjet 1200 printer series is the ideal solution for high-productivity individuals or small workteams in general office environments. Four separate ink cartridges, automatic two-sided printing, built-in wireless networking, fast print speeds, and 4800 x 1200-optimised dpi color printing on premium photo paper enable the printer to deliver quality, performance and cost savings in one economical package. So you can maximize your investment as well as your office productivity. With four individual high-capacity replacement ink cartridges that hold a single color each, you replace only that color when a cartridge runs out. This eliminates waste, saves you money, and helps deliver consistent quality prints at a low cost per page. For even greater savings, the four printheads, rated at 16, 000 pages for black and 24, 000 pages for color, are separate from the cartridge - you don't throw away a functional printhead when replacing an empty cartridge.To further reduce both downtime and running costs, a unique ink cartridge pressurization system maintains a constant supply of ink to the long-life printheads at all times. Printhead nozzle clogging is minimized with the printer's unique wetwiping system that eliminates wasteful ink-spitting and nozzle-flushing procedures.The high capacity ink cartridges have a yield of up to 1,750 pages (based on 5% ink coverage per color), reducing the number of times you have to replace ink cartridges. Along with HP Smart printing technology, which automatically adjusts HP print supplies for the best print quality and optimum yields, it adds up to reduced cost per page for you. ... Read more

Features

  • USB 2.0, parallel, and Ethernet interfaces; PC and Mac compatible
  • Up to 4,800 x 1,200 optimized dpi color, 1,200 x 1,200 dpi black
  • Up to 24 ppm color print speed, 28 ppm black
  • 240 MHz Motorola processor, 32 MB memory
  • Automatic duplexing; low-ink indicator

Reviews (1)

5-0 out of 5 stars Really shines when you have lots to print
I decided to upgrade from my Deskjet 990cse workhorse when I got tired of how long high quality page prints took and how expensive the ink became.I've had this printer for a few months now and really saw it's benefit while putting together a mass mailing to 300 people (some color, 2 pages, mail merge items).It has sailed through this job and seems to "sip" the ink rather than gobble it like my old one.I've done photo printing on this, too, however, it's not my Canon 9900, so they just don't compare.Got a business that prints a few hundred items a month?This is your machine. ... Read more


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