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HP Photosmart 8050


$150.00 Released July, 2005

Product Shot 1 The Pros:Photo prints look exceptional for the price. Prints pretty quickly with black and white documents.

The Cons:Included printing software is pretty clunky, unintuitive. Instead of flashing a separate "low ink" warning, it tells you cartridges low on ink are incompatible... very confusing. Hard resets are pretty much a weekly occurrence in order to make it work properly.

The HP Photosmart 8050 is a mid-range color inkjet printer in HP's Photosmart line of digital cameras and photo printers. It features a 1.8" LCD screen to view photos before printing, with USB, PictBridge, and 4 memory card slots to bypass the PC and print directly from a digital camera or memory card.

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Print speed reaches 21 pages per minute in black, or 27 seconds for a 4 x 6 color photo. With premium photo papers, the 8050 reaches a print quality of 4800 x 1200 dpi. A 20-sheet photo tray and 100-sheet letter-size paper tray are included.

Features

  • Black print quality up to 1200 x 1200 dpi
  • Color print quality up to 4800 x 1200 dpi
  • 1.8-inch screen
  • USB, PictBridge, and memory card slots
  • Supports Compact Flash Type I and II, Memory Stick, SD, Multimedia Card, xD Picture Card, MicroDrive, MiniSD, Memory Stick DUO
  • 21 ppm black
  • 4 x 6 color photo, 27 seconds
  • Borderless photos up to 8.5" x 24"
  • 100-sheet paper tray
  • 20-sheet photo tray
  • Mac and PC compatibility

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    Photo prints look exceptional for the price.

  • 1

    Prints pretty quickly with black and white documents.

Cons
  • 1

    Included printing software is pretty clunky, unintuitive.

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    Instead of flashing a separate "low ink" warning, it tells you cartridges low on ink are incompatible... very confusing.

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    Hard resets are pretty much a weekly occurrence in order to make it work properly.

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    Paper jams are very common, caused by too much or too little paper.

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    Burns through ink very quickly.

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