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HP PhotoSmart 7760


$200.00 Released October, 2005

Product Shot 1 The Pros:Included easy start instructions are very clear, good for entry-level users. Setup and operation are very simple. Accepts a variety of memory cards, can print directly from them without needing a PC at all.

The Cons:Print times are a bit long.

The HP PhotoSmart 7760 is a true-to-life photo, color inkjet printer decided for quickly outputting high-quality documents/images at ultra fast speeds. It handles high-resolution documents (up to 4800x1200 dpi) at 13ppm using PhotoRet IV’s resolution resolution enhancement and color laying technologies.

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Plus, the PhotoSmart 7760 includes both a dedicated 20-sheet 4x6’ photo paper tray, as well as a 100-sheet standard media input tray. Most notable about the PhotoSmart 7760 is its varied connectivity options, including USB (flash memory), PictBridge (digital cameras), and four memory card slots. The HP PhotoSmart 7760 retails for $199.99 and comes with a 1 year limited warranty.

Additional Information

The HP PhotoSmart 7760 is a step up from the PhotoSmart 7350, and adds along a dedicated photo tray, faster printing speeds, and a large 1.8” color LCD display screen.

Features

  • True-to-Life Photos, Color Inkjet
  • PhotoRet IV Technology
  • 4800x1200dpi Resolution (MAX)
  • 13ppm Speed (MAX)
  • USB/PictBridge
  • Four Memory Card Slots
  • 1.8” Color LCD Screen
  • Dedicated Photo Tray
  • 1 Year Limited Warranty

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    included easy start instructions are very clear, good for entry-level users

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    setup and operation are very simple

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    accepts a variety of memory cards, can print directly from them without needing a PC at all

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    lots of useful last-second photo editing options built in

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    print quality is as good as having the pictures developed at a photo lab

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    comes with some useful and user-friendly software for photo editing on the PC

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    generally works consistently, paper jams are rare

Cons
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    print times are a bit long

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