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HP Photosmart D7360


$250.00 Released June, 2006

Product Shot 1 The Pros:Touchscreen interface is intuitive and makes it easy to print directly from memory cards. USB cable connection works with external devices, so iPod, iPhone and IPad devices can print directly. Individual ink cartridges drain more slowly and are less expensive to replace than previous generation models.

The Cons:Red-eye reduction "batch mode" does not work as well as singular print mode. Takes significantly longer than many other printers to load after a few days of being idle.

The HP Photosmart D7360 is a mid-range color inkjet printer. It features a 3.4-inch touch screen for viewing and editing photos, which can be uploaded directly from a Pictbridge-compatible digital camera, iPod, or memory card using the USB port or memory card slots.

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Black text print speeds reach 32 ppm, while 4 x 6 photos are printed in as little as 14 seconds, at resolutions up to 4800 x 1200 optimized dpi. An optional Bluetooth adapter can be connected to the USB port, allowing for printing from Bluetooth devices.

Features

  • Black print quality up to 1200 x 1200 dpi
  • Color print quality up to 4800 x 1200 dpi
  • 3.4-inch touch screen
  • Edit pictures before printing
  • USB/PictBridge connectivity
  • Slots for Compact Flash, Memory Stick, MicroDrive, MultiMediaCard, SD, and xD cards
  • 32 ppm black text
  • 4 x 6 color photo, 14 seconds
  • Input tray holds 100 sheets plain paper or 10 sheets photo paper
  • Mac and PC compatibility

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Pros
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    Touchscreen interface is intuitive and makes it easy to print directly from memory cards

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    USB cable connection works with external devices, so iPod, iPhone and IPad devices can print directly

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    Individual ink cartridges drain more slowly and are less expensive to replace than previous generation models

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    More receptive to using various brands/types of photo paper than typical home photo printers

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    Photo print quality surpasses most other HP and many competing models

Cons
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    Red-eye reduction "batch mode" does not work as well as singular print mode

  • 1

    Takes significantly longer than many other printers to load after a few days of being idle

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