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61. HP Photosmart 8750 Large-Format
$143.99 $135.00 list($180.00)
62. HP PSC 2350 All-in-One Printer,
$129.99 list($159.00)
63. HP 1050 Monochrome Inkjet Fax
$99.99 $69.00 list($121.00)
64. HP ScanJet 3970 Digital Flatbed
$46.80
65. HEWLETT-PACKARD HP C8800AN 56/57
$15.87
66. HP Model C8728AN No. 28 Color
$79.00 list($122.00)
67. HP DeskJet 5150 Color Printer
$379.99 list($519.00)
68. HP Pavilion F1703 17" LCD Monitor
$119.99 list($150.00)
69. HP OfficeJet 5505 All-in-One Printer,
$159.99 list($139.99)
70. HP19BII Business Consultant Calculator
$399.99 $363.90 list($462.00)
71. HP ScanJet 5590 Digital Flatbed
$569.99 list($522.95)
72. HP iPAQ H4350 Pocket PC
Too low to display $75.00 list()
73. HP DeskJet 5740 Color Inkjet Printer
$17.35
74. HP Inkjet Print Cartridge (C6658AN)
Too low to display $1,349.88 list($1,687.00)
75. HP Pavilion zv6010us 15.4" Notebook
$299.99 $295.51 list($412.00)
76. HP 450CBi Mobile DeskJet Printer
$476.99
77. HP iPAQ 4355 Pocket PC
$188.99 list($98.00)
78. HP Deskjet 3820 Inkjet Printer
$12.00 list($27.99)
79. HP iPAQ Leather Belt Case for
$102.79 list($246.00)
80. HP PSC 2175 Multifunction

61. HP Photosmart 8750 Large-Format Professional Photo Printer

our price: $476.99
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Asin: B0007MW0QI
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Hewlett Packard Office
Sales Rank: 7700
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Product Description

If you're a professional, fine art, or portrait photographer, or even a serious amateur, your wish is granted. Yep, now you print your own professional-quality photos at home or in your studio, in sizes up to 13 x 19". HP's Photosmart 8750 prints with or without borders, in vivid color or in stark black and white. In very little time and with minimal hassle (no trekking to the lab), your best shots are ready to exhibit, sell, or simply admire . . .

Features:

  • Get rich color, fine detail, and realistic skin tones in nine-ink color with HP Vivera Inks
  • Get more realistic skies, water, and landscapes with the enhanced blues in the extended color palette
  • Get truly neutral grays, deep blacks, high contrast, and smooth transitions in black-and-white photos
  • Print in sizes as large as 13 x 19", with or without borders
  • Resist photo fading when displayed under glass for more than 100 years, or in a photo album2 for more than 200 years
  • Produce rich colors compatible with Adobe® RGB and sRGB with HP's color-management tools
  • Use on a small network of PCs and Macs, plus enable wireless printing
... Read more

Features

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

62. HP PSC 2350 All-in-One Printer, Scanner, Copier
list price: $180.00
our price: $143.99
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Asin: B000793JRU
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Hewlett Packard
Sales Rank: 3325
Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars
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Product Description

Two of this all-in-one's coolest features are its 1.8" color display and its capacity to print borderless and panorama photos. Once it's out of the box, you'll soon be printing, scanning, and copying in realistic color, removing "red eye", editing photos to perfection, and more. ... Read more

Features

  • USB and PictBridge interfaces, memory card slots; PC and Mac compatible
  • Prints, copies, and scans, all in one compact unit
  • Up to 20 ppm black print speed, 15 ppm color
  • Up to 4,800 x 1,200-optimized dpi color resolution
  • Makes 50 copies, reduces and enlarges 50 to 200%

Reviews (3)

5-0 out of 5 stars High Satisfaction, Low Price
If you want a great all-in-one printer at the best possible price this is the choice!!! Did you know the PSC 2350 is the Internet Retailer version of the PSC 2355 which is sold in stores? Buy the 2350 and save yourself some money.You will love this product. It has a LCD screen so you can see your photos before you print. The photo quality is awesome. Scanning and copying are easy and convenient.

4-0 out of 5 stars Amazon sales policies
Well, I was going buy this or the HP 450. Going to buy it for sure and have it drop shipped to my daughter who is off to college, needs a printer, and it's her birthday.

But then Amazon stops me in my tracks. They will take $30 off the price IF I buy it with their visa.

Uhhh, no. I do not want to be strong armed into getting another visa. My best one pays me a 1% rebate on everything I buy with it, EVERYTHING, and, knowing that my 830 credit score can be harmed if I sign up and tear up every POS visa offer I get, LIKE THIS ONE. Not only do I decline the card, but F* Amazon if they think I'm gonna get in line with the Rubes they think will do this.

So I'm off to buy aprinter elsewhere, and am really angry with Amazon still. F* em. I've assigned this a prelimanary 4 stars, but I really don't know what this printer will do, I just know that HP is an awesome mfg of printers. Hopefully someone at Amazon will read this, look up my account and realize that this is a thinly veiled attempt to have Amazon look like a car dealer in my eyes and stop this practice. I'm too busy to play that game.

regards:

Bill Coe

2-0 out of 5 stars Basic Features Work, Watch Out For Advanced
I was really hoping this printer would work well, but unfortunately, I cannot recommend this printer. When you follow the directions to have the scanner detect multiple pictures and save as multiple files it doesn't work. I've followed all the directions very carefully and the settings are set correctly. I first tried phone support and it was obvious that the person I talked with didn't understand the feature. I then tried online chat and at first the person didn't understand the feature. I asked for a supervisor and the supervisor told me the feature is not available. I then cut and paste the documentation from hp about the printer and also the directions on how to set it up. Then the supervisor told me that unfortunately the documentation is wrong!! The feature I need is to have the scanner detect multiple pictures and have them saved as multiple files. HP's documentation:
"To scan multiple pictures
1 Double-click the HP Director icon. Or, on the taskbar, click Start, point to Programs or All Programs, point to HP, and then click HP Director.
2 When the HP Director opens, make sure that your HP scanning device is selected in the Select Device list.
3 On the Settings menu, point to Scan Settings & Preferences, and then click Button Settings. The Button Settings dialog box, which has a tab for each configurable button, opens.
4 Click the tab that corresponds to the button you want to set for multiple picture scanning.
5 Ensure that What are you scanning? is set to Picture.
6 Click Modify Scan Picture Settings. The Scan Picture Settings dialog box opens.
7 Click the Preferences tab.
8 Click the scan multiple pictures check box.

Note The exact wording of this check box is specific to the HP scanning device that you are using.

9 Click OK to save the scan picture settings for that button.
10 Click OK to save the button settings.

Now when you scan a picture by using that particular button, the scanner can detect multiple images and save them as separate files.
"

The last paragraph makes it pretty clear that this is a supported feature of the scanner.

More info: I found a slight work around by having the output source be HP Image Zone instead of "Save as file". However, this also falls apart when you choose to "continue scanning". When you do that, it then proceeds to only save one of the scanned pictures and ignores the other ones put on the glass!

If you know fixes, please post! If you are HP reading this, please help. I couldn't get help over the phone or from hp chat support.

-Eric ... Read more


63. HP 1050 Monochrome Inkjet Fax Machine
list price: $159.00
our price: $129.99
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Asin: B0006DNMMO
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Hewlett Packard
Sales Rank: 6385
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Product Description

Communicate more professionally with HP's reliable, high-quality business fax and digital phone message center. Save time with 14.4 Kbps modem, 100-page fax memory, efficient scan-and-fax technology and make up to 100 copies right at your desk. ... Read more

Features

  • Simple to operate; 1-year warranty
  • Faxes and copies at up to 300 x 300 dpi on everyday paper
  • Up to 6 seconds per page with the 14.4 Kbps modem
  • 100 programmable speed dials and 10 one-touch buttons
  • 10-page automatic document feeder for multiple-page faxing

64. HP ScanJet 3970 Digital Flatbed Scanner
by Hewlett Packard
list price: $121.00
our price: $99.99
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Asin: B0000ACOW4
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Hewlett Packard
Sales Rank: 1174
Average Customer Review: 2.68 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Digital flatbed color scanner with high-speed USB connectivity
  • 2,400 x 2,400 dpi scan resolution, 48-bit color
  • 13-second preview speed
  • Transparent materials adapter included
  • USB 2.0 interface, PC and Mac compatible

Reviews (25)

2-0 out of 5 stars Worthless for slides/negatives!
Despite some reviews, I took the chance that the slide and negative scanning abilities of the HP 3970 *might* be ok... they are NOT. Whatever the specs may say, you can only scan up to 2 negatives or 1 slide at a time. The lamp DOES have to warm up AGAIN after each scan session, even if your last one was just moments before. This makes just waiting for a preview excruciating! Next, the scan time to actually scan a negative at only 300 dpi is about 45-60 sec.

Long and short- this scanner was set up and tested and now is going back to the store... all within about 1 hour.

I didn't even bother trying the regular image scan functions, as all I'm really interested in right now is scanning negatives and slides. I'm sure the basic functions are good, as HP does have a decent rep for flatbed scans.

The software installed easily though in Windows XP Pro. It did seem a bit clunky, but I didn't bother playing with it enough to let it bother me.

4-0 out of 5 stars solid scanner for the price
I don't know what scrappy's problem was, but my scanned slides turned out to be gorgeous. My old Umax Astra always blocked up slides and negatives with excessive contrast, but the HP scans them with no problem. Prints are a cinch. I don't find the wait excessive at all-- maybe fifteen seconds, which is hardly interminable for a USB device.

The software is good, but not great. It certainly doesn't have the sophistication of the Adoble Elements that come with Epson scanners, but it's fine for basic image manipulation. It seems to reset to prints with each new scan, which is inconvenient but not insurmountable for slides and negatives.

For a hundred bucks, it's a great piece of hardware. And in my experience, HP equipment is MUCH more durable than Epson.

1-0 out of 5 stars HP SCANJET 3570 DISPOSABLE?
Like others have mentioned in their review, my HP 3570 worked fine for a while. The problem started when after moving, I attempted to scan with my scanjet. Nothing works! It is like there is no power to the scanner, though it's connected exactly the way it was before I moved. I decided to see what what happen if I installed it on another computer and again - NOTHING WORKS!!! I tried all the troubleshooting and driver installing, updating, etc.... NOTHING!I see now after reading other's reviews, I am not the only one who feels scammed, ripped-off, dissappointed, let down, etc. by this pathetic HP product! Shame on what I used to think of as a respectable name in computer equipment!!!

1-0 out of 5 stars Ugh! 3 Am Madness!
I am going to burn this thing! I have spent 5 hours messing with this stupid thing and nothing works! I have downloaded every driver update etc. HP just sucks...

2-0 out of 5 stars An HP Miss
I found the software cumbersome, and always used software that came with my Samsung. Scans turned out fine, but speed was slow.
After six months of use I started getting error messages. After corresponding with the e-mail tech support, I determined that it is a problem with the TMA lamp. Even though the TMA is in the lid, it involves a problem in the base that disables the entire scanner. I had just assembled some negatives and slides to use with the TMA, but never got to use it before the unit died.
The tech support system worked well to pinpoint the problem, but it was some time, a lot of emails, and a phone call before someone told me that it was out of warrantee. (I am sorry, I don't remember all the warrantee periods for everything I buy.) This went on after I had already given my date of purchase early in the process. You would think that HP would train its support staff to notice this earlier. ... Read more


65. HEWLETT-PACKARD HP C8800AN 56/57 Tri Pack Ink Cartridges for HP Printers
by Hewlett-Packard

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Asin: B0002HPSXU
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Hewlett-Packard
Sales Rank: 1693
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66. HP Model C8728AN No. 28 Color Inkjet Cartridge
by Hewlett Packard

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Asin: B00006HYLW
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Hewlett Packard
Sales Rank: 6869
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Amazon.com Product Description

With all three necessary colors packed into one convenient cartridge, you'll have all your color report covers, graphs, and documents looking their best. Just pop this genuine name-brand consumable into your HP printer or multifunction. Each cartridge provides an average of 190 text pages, based on 15 percent color density. The pigment-based dyes are resistant to smudges and fading and won't bleed through your pages. The cartridges are compatible with the following HP models: PSC 1210, DeskJet 3320, DeskJet 3325, DeskJet 3420 and DeskJet 3650. ... Read more

Features

  • 1 tri-color cartridge with cyan, yellow, and magenta ink
  • For HP DeskJet 3320, 3325, 3420, and 3650 and PSC 1210
  • Water, fade, and smudge resistant
  • Yields 190 pages based on 15% color density
  • Won't bleed through pages

67. HP DeskJet 5150 Color Printer
by Hewlett Packard
list price: $122.00
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Asin: B00009X7EF
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Hewlett Packard
Average Customer Review: 4.04 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

HP's DeskJet 5150 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 14 ppm and black text at up to 19 ppm, you can choose from five different print modes to optimize print quality and speed. 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 a standard USB port, and optional wireless and networking accessories are available to expand versatility. Other convenient features include a print cancel button, on-screen ink level monitoring, one touch screen shot printing, and an optional duplexing unit. The DeskJet 5150 comes with a handy bundle of photo and imaging software, and a one-year warranty.

What's in the Box
HP DeskJet 5150 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, setup poster, media pack. ... Read more

Features

  • Up to 4800 optimized dpi
  • Or optional 6 ink color
  • 19ppm/laser quality blk
  • Up to 14 ppm/color; Photo w/without borders
  • HP photoret III color layering technolgy

Reviews (28)

4-0 out of 5 stars You can't go wrong with HP
Don't be mistaken... this is a "low end" printer. But if you're on a budget this is a great deal for less than $100. I am very satisfied with all printing applications. The only real negative aspect for me is it's kind of noisy when feeding the paper through, but is worth it for the speed and quality (and price). Be aware that this printer connects to your computer strictly through USB connection (no parallel). Expect to pay an additional $25-30 for the USB cable if you don't already have one.

4-0 out of 5 stars Great Printer for a Great Price!
As a poor college student needing a printer I was looking for quality for the best price possible. I knew that HP was a reputable brand as far as quality goes, so that's what swayed me in that area. For photo printing I was immensely impressed with the quality and detail. With the right resolution they look as though done by a professional photographer. The only downside is the consumption and price of the ink and the fact that you need to buy the connecting cable separate, but considering the price of the printer I'm not too miffed. It also doesn't require a lot of space. Score is 4 out of 5 stars.

4-0 out of 5 stars Great basic printer for the money
I bought the HP 5150 as a replacement for a 7+-year old, broken HP ink jet, and I'm very happy with it. I use it to print a lot of envelopes and haven't had any problems with the alignment getting messed up like I did with my old printer. The guides adjust smoothly (unlike my old printer) and it prints quickly enough for my own personal use - faster than my old printer since the 5150 uses a USB cable (I saved $15 on that and bought it at Target). It was really simple to set up, too, and I only have a basic knowledge of computers.

I don't plan on using it to print photos, but I understand the cartridges switch out and you can print quality color photos. The cartridges were a bit tricky to snap in.

I am comfortable with HP quality, so I didn't consider any other brands. The price seemed reasonable.

Overall, I'm very happy with this printer.

3-0 out of 5 stars Ours just died one day
We had our 5150 for three months and it conked out one day in the middle of a job. We called HP and were told, "Maybe it's the power cord. We'll send you a new one." That was wishful thinking, and we ended up having to send the printer back to HP in exchange for a brand-new one. It was a hassle, though, dealing with HP's computer system (ironic).

4-0 out of 5 stars A Good Compact Printer
I recently bought my HP DeskJet 5150 as a replacement for an elderly HP inkjet printer that gave up the ghost. In general I have been very pleased with the 5150. It had flawless installation (I was ready to print ten minutes after I opened the box) and setup, and has excellent print characteristics in both B&W and color. It is very capable, starts up fast, has a quick throughput rate, and superior graphics resolution.

I have framed a couple of color prints printed on the 5150 (on HP photo paper), as they are equal to conventional photographic printing to the naked eye. My only caveat on the photo printing is that I can't vouch for the life of the prints, so far so good, but I know that some inkjet prints fade badly over time.

I am pretty hard on the 5150. Because I am in in the throes of researching and writing my Master's thesis right now, I am printing copious amounts, and running at least 500 pages a week through the 5150, and thus far have had no problems with it.

The one minor and completely unanticipated, annoyance I have with the 5150 is the shelf that holds the printed sheets is too short. HP provides a rickety pull out/fold over contraption to help hold printed work, but in my experience it is inconvenient at best (it almost doubles the frontal area of the printer), and is a real space hog on my desk.

Aside from that one small critique (which is the reason I gave it four instead of five stars) I think the HP 5150 is an excellent little printer at a bargain basement price. ... Read more


68. HP Pavilion F1703 17" LCD Monitor
by Hewlett Packard
list price: $519.00
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Asin: B0000A039V
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Hewlett Packard
Sales Rank: 11995
Average Customer Review: 4.33 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

Whether you're a regular PC gamer or just like listening to Internet radio while you're working on your latest spreadsheets, the HP Pavilion F1703 fits the bill. Including two external five-watt Harman Kardon speakers and a 17-inch TFT active-matrix LCD panel, the F1703 saves space while providing an exceptionally clear visual experience.

With an optimum resolution of 1,280 x 1,024, images are clean and crisp; a 0.264 mm dot pitch and 350:1 contrast ratio provide clear color separation and sharply defined tones, whether you're editing digital photos or simply shopping online.

Analog source inputs supply smoothly reliable data transfer, while the anti-glare, anti-static coating insures a clear view under any lighting conditions. Simple onscreen controls allow easy image customization, and the Kensington lock slot for an optional cable supplies additional security. The one-year warranty covers parts, labor, speakers, and the backlight.

What's in the Box
17-inch liquid crystal display (LCD), power cord, DC adapter with an attached DC cable, set of speakers with a DC cable or speaker DC power adapter, video cable (VGA), quick setup poster, warranty booklet, CD-ROM disc ... Read more

Features

  • 1,280 x 1,024 resolution, 0.264 mm dot pitch
  • 350:1 contrast ratio, wide 140-degree horizontal viewing angle
  • Simple analog connectivity, easy plug-and-play operation
  • 2 Harman Kardon external speakers
  • 1-year warranty

Reviews (3)

4-0 out of 5 stars Excellent for those with good vision
I've had this monitor for about two months, and I'm very happy with it. I do agree with a warning given to me by a friend, that this type of monitor (flat-panel LCD) leaves the print on the screen looking quite small. I've got good eyesight, and it doesn't bother me, but for those who have any problems reading smaller print, they'd best check it out in a store, carefully, before buying it. The images and print can be adjusted to be bigger, but at the cost of decreased resolution/clarity.

5-0 out of 5 stars EXCELLENT MONITOR
I agree with previous review. The unit also can be easily adjusted in height, allowing leveling the monitor from touching the desk surface to raising it about 6 inches effortlessly.The visual quality is superb.

4-0 out of 5 stars Nothing Bad to Say
I could not see any difference between this and most monitors. The feature that makes this monitor worth the extra $50-$75 than a generic monitor is the ease and range of the tilting screen. You can adjust the monitor to be perfect if you are standing up, sitting on the ground, or any other position you can think up (keep it clean). This feature comes in handy more than you can expect, and it looks really nice. ... Read more


69. HP OfficeJet 5505 All-in-One Printer, Fax, Scanner, Copier
list price: $150.00
our price: $119.99
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Asin: B000793JR0
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Hewlett Packard
Sales Rank: 5181
Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • USB interface; PC and Mac compatible
  • Prints, copies, scans, and faxes in color
  • Up to 15 ppm black print speed, 11 ppm black
  • Up to 4,800 x 1,200 optimized dpi print resolution
  • Reduces/enlarges 50 to 400%; 2,400 x 600 dpi scan resolution, 36-bit color

Reviews (2)

3-0 out of 5 stars Nearly Merely Adequate.
I bought this unit for a home office.It is adequate, but for anything beyond light home use, it is nearly worthless.On the positive side, it has a small footprint, is relatively quiet, and will do just about everything.Set-up was reasonably easy, and, while the software requires a good chunk of space on the hard drive, it was not hard to install.I recommend loading the software before you attach the printer, and waiting until it prompts you to do so.

Paper handling for the printer is not great.I tried to feed through some business card stock, and it got caught on the rollers.This was not heavy paper, but it still got caught.I was able to feed through 4 X 6 flash/index cards by feeding them in sideways. but it took an obnoxiously long time for it to print a small amount of text in landscape mode.If all you want to print is regular 20 lb 8-1/2 X 11" paper and envelopes, you will be happy.

The Scanner sheet feeder is marginal:I tried to feed through some construction paper, and it could not handle it.I tried some paper that was not perfectly flat, and it clogged the feeder because the scananer output tray is not large enough.I tried to use it to scan a large amount of documents, and the amount of time it took to simply load the paper was excessive.I had a several hundred pages of documents I needed to copy to my hard drive, and was willing to feed it through 10 pages at a time, and it took hours of additional time simply because the machine would not load the paper into the scanner quickly enough.I finally pulled out a Brother printer/copier I have and used it because it was much faster, even though the actual document scanning speed was about the same.Again, this is for small projects and home use.

Scanner:It does a good job for my uses, which involve mostly storing black and white documents to hard drive.

Color Copying:I tried copying a color photograph -- the result was dark and the colors were wrong.The output was streeky, despite the fact the print cartridges are almost new.

Black and white copying:Good.At least it does something right.

Print speed and quality:Print quality is what you expect from a low end printer.Adequate.Black is good, color is fair, and a little grainy.Speed is good for an inexpensive printer.I haven't timed it.

Conclusion:This unit is fine for the occasional home user who wants to print school work, letters, web pages, send and receive faxes, and do basic scanning.Except for the poor design of the scanner/fax sheet feeder, it does everything adequately, but nothing (except perhaps faxing) really well.If your budget is limited, and you are not going to get a lot of use from it, this is a good product; if not, buy something else.

3-0 out of 5 stars Not eligible for Prime or Super Saver Shipping
Just a warning to Prime members: You will have to pay shipping for this item.The reason why it's not eligible for Prime is beyond me, considering I've seen a printer that would cost 5 times as much to ship that is eligible (and both are direct from Amazon, not third-party sellers).If you have Prime, it's almost cheaper just to buy the 5510, because it is eligible as of March 28. ... Read more


70. HP19BII Business Consultant Calculator
by Hewlett Packard
list price: $139.99
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Asin: B00000JBLK
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Hewlett Packard
Sales Rank: 3312
Average Customer Review: 4.13 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

For every application there is a calculator, and for financial functions,this is it. The HP19BII features four display lines with 23 characters each, plus6,500 bytes of memory. Offering over 450 business, statistical, andscientific functions, the calculator is also easily programmable for customequations and functions. Personal information management applications,currency and measurement unit conversions, and functions that help youtrack loan payments, interest rates, amortization, and internal rate orreturn make this calculator a must for all business applications.

Advanced users may find the calculator's functions a little dated. Itincludes the ACRS table for calculating depreciation applied to limitedpartnership assets, which was replaced by Modified ACRS (MACRS) in 1986.But many users will find that the extensive functions and programmabilitycompensate for this shortcoming. We especially appreciated the time anddata management functions like the alarm clock, calendar, appointments, anddate arithmetic, number lists, editing, sorting, and storing.

The HP19BII usesthree N batteries. It comes with a one-year warranty. ... Read more

Features

  • Over 450 business, statistical, and scientific functions
  • Includes HP Solve application
  • Graphing display lets you view histograms, scatter diagrams, and curve fits
  • List-based, 2-variable statistics and forecasting
  • Calculate using algebraic notation or RPN

Reviews (15)

5-0 out of 5 stars The best calculator I've ever used.
I really love my HP Business Consultant - even though I don't use half of the features that it offers. What I like the best: 1) shows you the results of your last three calculations - a real timesaver when you're doing comparisons; 2) remembers your last calculations even after you turn it off; 3) great rolodex feature that I use a lot; 4) a great travel alarm clock; 5) lot of functions available with a minimum of keystrokes; 6) easy to read display; 7) solid construction. The calculator is a bit bulky and is heavier than other calculators, but it helps me so much, it is worth it. I use it at work a lot instead of the calculators and adding machines provided, it is so much superior. Mine lasted for10 trouble-free years. Some of the keys are just starting to malfuntion, and I will replace it with the same model. Not too many electronic items that haven't been improved in 10 years - this is a very useful classic!

3-0 out of 5 stars OK calculator that sorely needs an update
I was surprised at how OLD this thing is - the manual is from the early eighties, and that's the kind of technology you get. For example, it has the ACRS table (depreciation for tax purposes) in it's memory, yet that was replaced years ago by Modified ACRS (or MACRS), so that calculator's function is obsolete and therefore useless. I did just as well, even better, with a "cheap" yet functional TI BA-35 Solar for things like quick TVM calculations. And if you're going to spend over $100 on a calculator, why not buy a decent graphing calculator? Things like histograms with this 19BII are a total joke compared to them. I really wish that HP would make a 19BIII model. They could give this thing some REAL statistical graphing capability, make a higher resolution graphing display, update the functions, give it an algebraic entry option, replace the ACRS with MACRS, etc. Until then, I'll be using my graphing calculator.

5-0 out of 5 stars Business and Studies
Well, if you are serious about having a calculator that does it all and you are willing to invest the time in learning how to use it, then the HP19B II is for you. The calculator was way ahead of its time when it was introduced in the 1990's, and still has plenty of intricacies that many do not possess today. First, there is the ability to switch to any foreing language, decimal notation and most importantly the programming feature. This feature allows you to construct your own formulas, regardless of the type of business you are currently using such formulas. In addition, graphics can help in seeing your computation, although the screen is a bit too small, yet the point is to graph your computation to give you an understanding and guidance. Second, you can make appointments, reminders and a contact lists in the memory, however you must be very compact with it. Thirdly is the feature that allows you to write text!! While studying, I found this very helpful in remembering definitions and terms. Finally, the HP19BII even has an intra signal to send data to a HP printer, but such printers are hard to find and the printed results vary in quality. Make no mistake, this calculator is for the serious and in depth professional whether in statistics, finance and math. If you are a beginner, then my suggestion is try the Texas Instrument TI BAII Plus. It has many of the same featureas of the HP19B II at a fraction of the price and can stand on its own for many finance, statistic and other mathematical functions, but lack the foreign currency conversion, text, appointment reminders and programming features. On the other hand, if you really want a calculator to last you for more than 10yrs and make it an everyday companion, then the HP19B II is it!!

5-0 out of 5 stars Irreplaceable for finance professionals
Just have to log my support for this great calculator, similar to others I bought an HP 19B in the beginning of my college years (1984) along with all the related add'l manuals available at the time (marketing, banking, real estate,?) and have loved and used it ever since - despite religious use of Palm devices since their inception. Yes my battery cover broke also, but high tensile clear tape quickly remedied that. Unfortunately a mishap damaged the keypad functionality requiring a replacement. I'm estatic to be able to replace it so easily! May buy two to make sure there's always a backup.

2-0 out of 5 stars Good, but too big, too fragile
I do own one of these but for serious day-by-day calculation at work I prefer the 12C, it is much more easy to use and much more robust. ... Read more


71. HP ScanJet 5590 Digital Flatbed Scanner
by Hewlett Packard Office
list price: $462.00
our price: $399.99
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Asin: B0002ABK8Y
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Hewlett Packard Office
Sales Rank: 2530
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Features

  • Up to 2,400 dpi optical resolution
  • 48-bit color depth, 256 levels of grayscale
  • 5-button front panel for everyday tasks
  • Transparent material adapter
  • Hi-Speed USB interface, PC and Mac compatible

72. HP iPAQ H4350 Pocket PC
by Hewlett Packard Office
list price: $522.95
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Asin: B0000TFCF4
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Hewlett Packard Office
Sales Rank: 18918
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Slim, sleek, and affordable
  • Dazzling Transflective TFT color with LED backlight display
  • Pocket versions of familiar applications like Outlook, Word, and Excel
  • Removable/rechargeable battery and integrated keyboard
  • Integrated Bluetooth

Reviews (1)

5-0 out of 5 stars What a GREAT product! Made me switch to PocketPC
I was nervous about switching over to PocketPC from palm, and that I would lose my information,programs, capabilities... But boy was I wrong! The transition was as easy as pie!

This unit blows away the competition with features.

Of course it has WiFi and Bluetooth, is fully multimedia compatible. What really blew me away was the amount of software that it came with. While Palm boasts a large software library, it is also expensive to buy. Palm comes with the bare minimums installed - to sync with outlook you have to purchase software, for example. This PDA acts exactly like your Windows Based PC. It really is foolproof.

The store that I tested this out in had wireless internet running through it. This device was FAST, and had no problems connecting to every website that I tested it out on.

I have not been able to find a more comfortable PDA device with more features, or a better value than this one! If you're in the market for a new PDA, I'd buy this if I were you! ... Read more


73. HP DeskJet 5740 Color Inkjet Printer
by Hewlett Packard Office

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Asin: B0002GWWGC
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Hewlett Packard Office
Sales Rank: 2521
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Features

  • Up to 23 ppm black, 18 ppm color, 26 ppm with optional cartridge
  • Up to 1,200 dpi black resolution, 4,800 optimized dpi color
  • Borderless photo printing on paper up to 8.5 by 24 inches
  • HP PhotoREt III color technology, PhotoREt IV with optional cartridge
  • USB connectivity, optional external print server; PC and Mac compatible

74. HP Inkjet Print Cartridge (C6658AN) (C6658AN)
by Hewlett Packard

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Asin: B00006G96Q
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Hewlett Packard
Sales Rank: 2453
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75. HP Pavilion zv6010us 15.4" Notebook PC (AMD Athlon 64 3500+, 512 MB RAM, 100 GB Hard Drive, DVD/CD-RW Drive)
list price: $1,687.00
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Asin: B0008DJLQI
Catlog: Personal Computer
Manufacturer: Hewlett Packard Office
Sales Rank: 20
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Amazon.com Product Description

Keep productive on the road,--but don't forget to have fun--with the HP Pavilion ZV6010US, which features a large 15.4-inch display and built-in 54g wireless connectivity. The dual layer DVD-/+RW drive makes it easy to burn presentations to disc as well as back up critical files to double-layer DVD discs (with 8.5 GB of storage). It's also handy for watching movies as you fly the friendly skies to your next appointment. This notebook also features a spacious 100 GB hard drive, 512 MB of installed RAM, 1.6 GHz Intel Pentium M processor, multi-format memory card reader, and the memory efficient, fast AMD Athlon 64 3500+ processor.

The Basics

  • Hard Drive: The 100 GB hard drive (4200 RPM) is above average in size, and is befitting of such an entertainment-centric laptop. You'll be able to store a hefty digital audio library.
  • Processor: AMD's Athlon 64 3500+ processor is built for tomorrow's 64-bit applications, which will require a processor with significant power. This 2.2 GHz processor offers a system bus with speeds up to a blazing 2200 MHz and 512 KB L2 cache. (An L2, or secondary, cache temporarily stores data; and a larger L2 cache can help speed up your system's performance.) It includes such AMD features as HyperTransport Technology (which increases the communication between integrated circuits) and Cool'n'Quiet Technology that conserves power while also keeping the PC nicely quiet.
  • Memory: The 512 MB of built-in memory (2 x 256 MB, DDR SDRAM, 266 MHz) is a good start for power users. It has two memory slots in total, with a maximum memory expansion up to 2 GB (2 x 1024 MB).
  • CD/DVD Drive: Offering the latest in DVD writing technology, the ZV6010US multiformat DVD/CD drive is compatible with both DVD+ and DVD- disc formats as well as dual-layer DVD+R discs, which can store up to 8.5 GB of data.
  • Keyboard & Mouse: This notebook has a 101-key keyboard and a touchpad with on/off button and dedicated vertical/horizontal Scroll Up/Down pad.
Screen, Graphcs and Sound
The high-definition 15.4-inch WXGA BrightView widescreen display--with 1280 x 800-pixel resolution--has 18 percent more screen information than a 15-inch XGA, providing visibility of two applications side by side for greater productivity and multi-tasking. The BrightView feature provides a 20 percent brighter screen for better definition and 33 percent wider viewing angle for more accurate, off-center viewing when sharing files files. Video and graphics are powered by the ATI Radeon Xpress 200M, which provides 128 MB of dedicated video memory. It also has HP Premium audio and internal stereo speakers.

Connectivity and Expansion Slots
The ZV6010US has an integrated 54g wireless LAN that's fully compatible with 802.11b/g wireless networks. The 125 HSM/SpeedBooster support will enable it to be ready for tomorrow's 125 Mbps wireless LANs. You get a good offering of connectivity options, including super-fast USB 2.0 and Firewire:

  • 4 USB 2.0 ports for connecting a wide range of peripherals--from digital cameras to MP3 players
  • 1 FireWire (also known as IEEE 1394 or i.Link) port for connecting digital video camcorders and other peripherals
  • 1 VGA monitor port
  • 1 S-Video out
  • 1 IR (infrared) port
  • 1 Expansion Port 2 connector
  • 1 PCMCIA (or PC Card) slot (Type I/II, 32-bit)
  • 6-in-1 memory card reader (compatible with Secure Digital, MultiMedia, Memory Stick, Memory Stick Pro, SmartMedia, and XD Picture Cards)
  • 1 headphone jack and 1 microphone jack
It also has an integrated 56K modem (V.90) and an RJ-45 LAN network port (for a 10/100 Ethernet connection to networks and DSL/cable modems).

Preloaded System and Software
This system comes with the Windows XP Home Edition Service Pack 2 operating system with Advanced Security Technologies, which helps to reduce unwanted downloads and pop-ups while surfing the Web. It also comes preloaded with Microsoft Works (for working with word processing and spreadsheet documents), Norton Internet Security 2005 (with 60 days of complimentary updates), Microsoft Money 2005, Sonic RecordNow, Apple iTunes, Adobe Photoshop Album Starter Edition, Intervideo WinDVD, Intervideo Home Theater, MuVee Autoproducer, and MSN Encarta Plus.

The included HP Image Zone Plus photo and imaging software makes it easy to organize, edit, share, print, protect, and store your photos and video clips. Organize and find your photos easily by timeline, keywords, and/or location using the unique photo-globe mapping tool. Remove red eye and fix other common problems. Share your photos quickly via e-mails that include thumbnails with links to the full-sized images--without downloading time-consuming attachments.

Dimensions and Weight
This notebook measures 14.25 x 11.2 x 1.88 inches and weighs 8 pounds.

Power
It's powered by a 8-cell rechargeable lithium-ion battery, which has a battery life of up to 3 hours (depending on usage).

What's in the Box
This package contains the ZV6010US notebook PC, rechargeable lithium-ion battery, AC adapter, and operating instructions. It is backed by a one-year limiited hardware warranty and 30-day free software support. ... Read more


76. HP 450CBi Mobile DeskJet Printer with Battery
by Hewlett Packard
list price: $412.00
our price: $299.99
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Asin: B00006LLJ6
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Hewlett Packard
Sales Rank: 8603
Average Customer Review: 3 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

Combining rugged design with a lightweight casing, Hewlett-Packard's 450Cbi Mobile DeskJet is an ideal printer to take on the road. Offering wireless Bluetooth connectivity (with an optional adapter) and built-in support for USB, parallel, infrared, and CompactFlash, you can produce documents from your laptop, cell phone, digital camera, or handheld device in just seconds. Print resolution is 1,200 x 1,200 dpi in black, and optimized photo-quality resolution is an outstanding 4,800 x 1,200 dpi on premium photo paper and 1,200 x 1,200 dpi input. The print cartridge is capable of producing up to 400 color (450 monochrome) sheets in its lifetime. An optional photo cartridge (HP 58) makes available HP's exclusive PhotoRet IV color layering technology. HP rates the printer speed at up to 9 ppm black, 8 ppm color in draft mode.

A long-life lithium-ion battery supplies power for 350 pages per charge; with the battery installed, the printer still weighs just 4.5 pounds. HP provides a one-year hardware warranty, and full online and phone technical support is available for one year.

What's in the Box
HP Deskjet 450cbi mobile printer, HP lithium-ion battery, parallel printer cable, power cord, AC adapter, HP 56 black inkjet print cartridge, 19 ml (C6656AN), HP 57 tri-color inkjet print cartridge, 17 ml (C6657AN), reference guide, setup poster, printer software on CD-ROM ... 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 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
  • USB, parallel, infrared, CompactFlash, and optional Bluetooth interfaces

Reviews (5)

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 the information 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.

3-0 out of 5 stars Not what is advertized
I spend a lot of time on the road and I use a lot of different types of printers. The HP is over priced for what you get. Keeping in mind you can buy a pretty nice printer for $300 today. It is much slower that advertized at 9 PPM black. It is more like 1 minute per page. That is with 30% text on a page. This is NOT good. The duplex printing requires one to manually flip the pages over. What is up with that? Print quality is good. Portability is OK, but not as nice as the Cannon i70. Ink cartridge size is good, but expensive. Infrared printing is glitchy. Quality and syle is OK. Unfortunately when a company tags a printer as a portable then the price goes up by a multiple of 200%. This is a mediocre printer that is worth about $50.00.

5-0 out of 5 stars A Great Desktop -- and Portable -- Printer!
The HP 450 cbi is an extremely versatile printer which I use as much in my office as I do on the road! It prints both text and digital photos every bit as sharp as my larger HP Photosmart 7550. It's extremely compact for traveling. And with its dual wireless capabilities (infrared and Bluetooth), I can output to it from my laptops - as well as from my PDA's.

The portable 450 uses HP's new six color ink system which, when printing digital photos, trades out the black cartridge for another three-color unit. The flip-up paper tray feeds well and holds up to forty-five pages. There's a special slot for 4" x 6" paper which makes printing snapshots as easy as making 8" x 10" enlargements. But the kicker for me was HP's claim of a 73 year photo life using HP's Premium Plus photo paper - which was verified in independent testing by PC World magazine in their November, 2002 issue! (Gee, what's not to like?)

The HP 450 has a built-in infrared port on the front (and is the only model in HP's new lineup so equipped). But contrary to what's written, connecting via Bluetooth requires purchasing an optional Bluetooth Compact Flash Card directly from the Anycom.com website, which is then installed via a handy slot in the back.

I use a USB cable to print from my desktop, and very reliable 3Com Bluetooth PC cards to output from my laptops.

I print via infrared from my Sony Clie using Docs To Go and IrPrint (available from iscomplete.org). And I output from my Palm 515 by using a Toshiba Bluetooth SD card - and Docs To Go and BtPrint (also available from iscomplete.org).

Even my daughter, not to be left out, prints directly to the HP 450 (via infrared) using her Palm OS-based Alphasmart Dana word processor, and she loves it!

I've carried the HP 450 with me on several business trips where it's performed flawlessly. I've taken the printer (with its portable battery) to meetings - where it was also a big hit. I've even used the HP 450 - in my garage -- to print labels and identify all of my stuff! The capabilities of this printer are truly amazing!

The HP 450, incidentally, is a much better portable printer than the HP 350 cbi or the Canon BJC-55 I owned previously. The HP 350 was much bulkier and could only accept a single ink jet cartridge (either a 3-color or a black & white unit) at one time. The Canon BJC-55 had extremely small ink tanks; and printing from my Palm (due to very weak print drivers) was rudimentary at best.

If you're in the market for a new printer, be sure and check out the new 450 cbi from HP. It is, without a doubt, one of the most versatile printers ever invented! ... Read more


77. HP iPAQ 4355 Pocket PC
by Hewlett Packard

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Asin: B0000DBJV5
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Hewlett Packard
Sales Rank: 3215
Average Customer Review: 4.04 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Slim, sleek, and affordable
  • Dazzling Transflective TFT color with LED backlight display
  • Pocket versions of familiar applications like Outlook, Word, and Excel
  • Removable/rechargeable batterand integrated keyboard
  • Integrated Bluetooth

Reviews (23)

4-0 out of 5 stars Pretty Cool
This is a pretty cool PDA. I got it for my third year of medical school and I haven't been disappointed. It's lightning fast, and the OS seems pretty stable. The only thing I'd do differently is not place as much importance on having a physical keyboard. I initially thought that the keyboard would be a great plus, but I rarely use it. For the times I do use it (typing passwords on web forms when I don't trust my scribbling), I could easily use the pop-up screen keyboard.

Another issue, which has been raised here before, is its wireless capabilities. The thing only supports the older WEP authentication, and not the newer WPA (which is more secure). I had set up my home network with WPA, but I had to downgrade it to WEP to use the iPAQ. This is annoying, not to mention puzzling. I mean, it's 2004 and they still haven't implemented 802.11g?

I guess this is partly the fault of the OS, which superficially resembles Windows XP. A problem I've had with the OS is that when you hit the 'x' in the upper right of the window (x=close, one would think), it only minimizes the program (it seems to stay on in memory and you have to shut it down in memory). This is retarded. A minus sign would be a more accurate representation.

A word about HP support. Their online knowledgebase is almost useless (I was searching to see if the iPAQ had 802.11g support), and no matter what you do, don't use their online chat support. The chat tech support guy I had was completely clueless, took 5 minutes to answer each message I sent, and didn't even bother acknowledging his ignorance. He just sent me a word document and told me to read it. The only thing he was good for was giving me the HP supprt phone number (which was wrong, but they automatically transferred me). Get their phone number (it's supposedly hidden deep somewhere) and call them. The phone tech support guy I talked to (after a long wait) was professional, helpful, polite, and knowledgeable.

Finally, if anyone else is using this for medical school, note that your friends will probably have Palms. They'll be beaming their cool programs to each other (for free), while you stand idly by with your incompatible iPAQ. On the other hand, our school has moved their records electronic, and they've chosen iPAQs. Take a look at what your colleagues and schools are using before you spend the big bucks.

5-0 out of 5 stars Made me switch from Palm to PocketPC
I was nervous about switching over to PocketPC from palm, and that I would lose my information,programs, capabilities... But boy was I wrong! The transition was as easy as pie!

This unit blows away the competition with features. I needed something with a built in keyboard (this one has a blue backlight so you can type in the dark!), I can't be bothered with online writing utilities (which this one also has, if needed for some reason). The keyboard is one of the most comfortable I have been able to type with my actual fingers (unlike the CLIE's finger-nail type keyboard).

Of course it has WiFi and Bluetooth, is fully multimedia compatible. What really blew me away was the amount of software that it comes with. While Palm boasts a large software library, you have to purchase each program seperately, and it gets expensive! Palm comes with the bare minimums installed - to sync with outlook you have to purchase software, for example. This PDA acts exactly like your Windows Based PC. Want to sync with Outlook? Go online? Look at a Flash document? It's all there! It really is foolproof.

The store that I tested this out in had wireless internet running through it. This device was FAST, and had no problems connecting to every website that I tested it out on. Since purchasing it, I've found it picks up signals really well. I've been able to drive around and jump on wireless networks in my town, even at the beach! Last night I streamed a radio station from England while at the beach. If that's not cool, I don't know what is!

I have not been able to find a more comfortable thumbpad keyboard on a PDA device with more features, or a better value than this one! If you're in the market for a new PDA, I'd buy this if I were you!

1-0 out of 5 stars DO NOT BUY THIS PIECE OF JUNK!!!!
I bought this three days ago and have had nothing but problems. It is going back tomorrow and I will never buy another iPAQ. I had an older model iPAQ (3800 series) that I had gotten used in December. I had started having major problems with it crashing on me about two months ago. I debated over getting a new iPAQ after those problems and the bad reviews on Amazon for HP's in general. I had decided to go with Dell but my husband took me shopping for our anniversary and all we could find was this HP. It was so pretty and cool that I forgot my plans and bought it because I just had to have it NOW! What a mistake.

The machine itself works great, it was when I started trying to install the software that the problems started. Active Sync would not install properly and ended up crashing the first computer I tried installing it on. (Putting the computer in permanent Safe mode.)I thought at first that it was a problem with my computer so I tried loading it on my other, newer one. Same problems with Active Sync only this time I was getting a message saying that the software was not compatable with Windows XP and might mess up my computer if I continued to try syncing it. This was strange since on the box it says it IS compatable.

I contacted HP today and yes, their customer service IS as bad as I've heard. They of course denied that it could possibly be a problem with their machine or software - BOTH of my computers must have messed up at the same time, coincidentally when I got the PPC! They were basically no help at all.

My husband spent 5-6 hours after work getting the first computer fixed, quite a job since he's not a computer expert. He finally got it done and I started over. Well, guess what - I got the software loaded, well only Active Sync - Outlook wouldn't load so I stuck with the version I already have on there. But of course when I tried to sync the computer could not detect the PDA, just like yesterday before my PC crashed. I tried it over and over, even using a cord from my old PDA. Then tried it all on the other computer. NO, it does not work at all and yes, I did get a message AGAIN about incompatible device drivers for XP like I got yesterday. (And the HP support people swore this is impossible.) There is supposed to be a Logo on the product box that says XP compatible, which there is not.

So I have this very expensive calendar/phone book/calculator/To DO list and that's about it. I can't download e-mails or add programs or anything if I can't connect to my computer. It basically useless. I'm so didgusted I want to throw it as hard as I can. Now I have to drive one hour each way and waste all that gas money and time to return this stupid thing. I have six children - I don't have time for this garbage! I just want to cry and HP could care less. I told them all of this and they just said, "See your vendor." Who's going to repay my husband and me for our wasted time and money dealing with the problems this machine has created???

I am taking this back. I might get a Dell but honestly I'm so disgusted that I may just forget PDA's entirely and stick with old-fashioned pen and paper. It's not fancy and may not be as easy to carry around but at least it's reliable and if it does get lost or messed up it's not that expensive to replace.

5-0 out of 5 stars great
i had a psion 5, i tried palm os through cliƩ ux50 (how bad is palm os compared to symbian !)
Last of all i have bought this ipaq4350: it's great !
And will be divine as soon as the bluetooth keyboard will be available

5-0 out of 5 stars Captpancho
Have had palm os Operating PDA for the past 7 years and decided to make the jump to pcket PC. After alot of review was only interested in the 5555, but do to limited production/problems shipping decided to re-evaluate my descion. A friend at HP actually turned me onto the 4355 and boy am i glad that he did. The intergrated Keyboard is wonderful. Even though being profiencent in graffiti, it is still faster to type it in, in most situations. The speed is great and all the features make it very user friendly. The integrated WLAN and bluetooth are great. It was as simple as clicking on two buttons and inserting your router security code and then surfing. I had scheduled several hours to learn how to connect to the web and was able to complete this task in less than five minutes. I cannot say enough good things about this unit. I love it and will never go back. The computing power is so much better than the palm os operating systems. ... Read more


78. HP Deskjet 3820 Inkjet Printer
by Hewlett Packard
list price: $98.00
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Asin: B000067R8V
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Hewlett Packard
Average Customer Review: 2.39 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

  • 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
  • Optional HP JetDirect print server for home networking

Reviews (56)

2-0 out of 5 stars I wanted to like this printer.
This printer is very different from most HP printers I have seen. It's not as high quality or reliable as I have come to expect them to be.

One of the things that some people complain about is how it vibrates - but that's only if you did not put the paper in far enough. This is not a problem with the printer.

However, the first time I tried to refill the ink cartridges (color and black and white) instead of paying an arm and a leg for a new set of cartridges I had major problems. First of all, it wouldn't print black. I reseated the cartridges. Then it wouldn't print magenta or yellow. I reseated the cartridges. Then it would print everything but cyan. Nothing seemed to make this problem go away.

After reseating a dozen times, I got it back to where it would print color but not black, and bought a new black ink cartridge (which was cheaper because HP MAKES INK CARTRIDGES THAT ARE HALF EMPTY BUT MORE THAN HALF AS EXPENSIVE AS FULL ONES, without marking them visibly). Anyway, the purchase of the new ink cartridge got it working again. When that black ink cartridge ran out, I refilled it and these problems did not repeat.

If this was the only problem with the printer, I wouldn't be leaving a 2-star review. Now the printer has a mechanical problem. No software manipulation can fix this problem, trust me I've tried (and I know a dozen Computer Science majors). The cartridge holder that slides back and forth when you print is stuck completely on the right side. It's as if it went too far to one side and couldn't come back. The error message says "Mechanism Error. The print cartridge cradle cannot move. Please check under the device's top cover for a paper jam or other obstruction." Of course, there is no paper jam or other obstruction.

This was the final straw with the printer, and I have yet to see how to resolve this problem. :( I will think again before buying HP, and will probably buy a Canon to replace it.

1-0 out of 5 stars Excellent Piece Of JUNK!!
I was a satisfied HP customer since the old times of deskjet 550. I bought this unit a little over a year, used it sparingly, until the well famous "small cog" broke. I remember this happened while the 2nd black cartridge was half full ( HP, are you intentionally making this junk fail so I spend another $100 in another one of your printers in less than a year??). I called HP parts service and of course, NO FAIR SOLUTION - THE COG IS NOT SOLD. Their only "offer" was to send the printer back to HP, PLUS $59, and they would ship a "refurbished" one. So, are they keeping the cogs to make a final price of $159 for the printer? Since I REFUSE to buy a new printer, I wanted to make this junk at least pay off the ink cartridges until they empty themselves, so I found the website http://www.fixmybrokenprinter.co.uk/ where Mr. G will fix the broken cog for a very fair price. I'll make this machine sweat its price until it dies, and believe me, no more cheap HP printers after this one!! I'm done with HP!!

1-0 out of 5 stars Piece of CRAP
I think the HP 3820 is the worst printer I have ever owned. It is noisy, slow, and I have had endless driver problems. Don't buy one, you can do a LOT better!

1-0 out of 5 stars Piece of Crap.
Lasted for two black printer cartriges. Now it is a paper weight. Back door fell off long ago because the tabs broke, after the warranty expired of course, so I rebuilt the tabs myself using super glue and it worked fine again until it just decided it wouldn't accept new printer cartriges anymore. DO NOT BUY. This is a shoddily made product. Welcome to the new era at HPQ.

1-0 out of 5 stars Just don't want one!
I bought my HP 3820 a few months ago. Like that other review stated, the 3820 makes all kinds of noises, and it keeps the user waiting forever before it finally-usually just starts spitting out strange characters rather than meaningful information. I tried to print an envelope for a resume about the third or fourth time that I used my 3820, but my 3820 could hardly even feed envelopes that were absolutely properly fed and properly aligned (and a correct paper size indicated by my Microsoft word processor). I have seven years of print operations experience, and I have used dozens of printers of all kinds in my total of more than 11 years of computer room and print operations experience, and I can assure you that I did absolutely nothing wrong to make this 3820 fail on printing envelopes. After I gave up on trying to get my 3820 to correctly print an envelope I cancelled the print, reset the printer, and then I tried to print something else on regular paper, but my printer has not been able to even feed a sheet of paper ever since it refused to correctly feed my envelopes. There is nothing blocking the feed, and I heard no noises indicating anything breaking or popping loose whenever the envelopes had previously gone thru it and come out printed all wrong. The printer now acts as if there is some variable that got turned on in its circuitry that is making it not want to feed from the tray, but I have tried resetting it in every way. This 3820 printer, in the few times that I got it to print before the envelope incident, never printed all that great of quality anyway, but now it is just a dead issue. This is my third and probably last HP printer period. I am also tired of having to reset printer cartridges that are designed to be difficult to refill (despite that I do have success refilling them with generic inks). (...)Should you see any good reviews anywhere by anyone wanting to sell you on one of these 3820 printers, then trust me, it is likely that what you are reading came from a person(s) just wanting to unload a worthless printer on you! Don't be someone else's sucker! The only reason that I gave this printer its ONE STAR rating is because there were no NEGATIVE STAR ratings from which I had to choose. Truthfully, YOU DO NOT WANT THIS PRINTER! I would stake my B.S. in computer science on it! As for the cartridge for this printer... you can find them empty online (...) (empties that have never ever been refilled), and then you can buy refill kits and refill them yourself (but don't try to fill the tanks based on the order of colors on the HP cartridges' labels, or you will have been steered into wasting your perfectly good empty cartrdges, because the colors are in the wrong order!!!) Just don't buy one! ... Read more


79. HP iPAQ Leather Belt Case for 1900 and 4100 series Pocket PC
by Hewlett Packard
list price: $27.99
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Asin: B0000AAAZI
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Hewlett Packard
Sales Rank: 1751
Average Customer Review: 3 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Stylish and convenient leather belt case
  • Attach to your belt clip
  • Store business cards, credit cards, and other small items
  • Compatibility: HP h1900, h2200, h4100 series
  • One-year limited warranty

Reviews (3)

4-0 out of 5 stars Nice case
Ok, so the specs for this case are wrong. There's no place to put a credit card. Still, it's a good, slim case. For people on the move, who don't need to carry anything more than a few SD cards for their PDA, this is probably the best case you can buy.

I especially like the attached metal belt clip. Once you put it on, it's not going anywhere. I can't handle those flimsy detachable belt clips that most cases have... they don't clip on as securely, and break off too easily.

3-0 out of 5 stars Solid Case - Flawed Design
I decided to buy this case because it was made by HP. You would figure who would know better than the manufacturer itself on how to make a case for it's own products. This case fits my IPAQ 1935 (1900 series) snugly and perfectly. It's very secure and I don't worry about the Ipaq ever falling out. It also leaves space open at tops to plug in earphones while the case is closed. The leather is sturdy and soft - looks very elegant and professional. However unless you are buying form over function, my biggest complaint is that I constantly have to remove the IPAQ from the case to use it. The trifold does not allow you to access the IPAQ while it is within the case, you have to take it out to use it which is annoying because what do you do with the case when you are holding the IPAQ?

2-0 out of 5 stars Disappointed!
I decided to buy this item because the online manual said it can store credit cards etc. so that I could replace my wallet. I just got the item and there is no inside pocket except two tiny ones for storing SD cards. The bottom of the case is open so that there is no way to store credit cards unless you want to lose them... At the minimum, it is right size for iPAQ 4155, though. ... Read more


80. HP PSC 2175 Multifunction
by Hewlett Packard
list price: $246.00
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Asin: B00009RU91
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Hewlett Packard
Sales Rank: 1573
Average Customer Review: 3.74 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

Many household and small office tasks are easily accomplished with the HP PSC 2175 all-in-one. Print, copy, and scan to your heart's content; it even prints directly from your camera's memory card for PC-free operation. Delivering high resolution in any mode, the HP PSC 2175 handles most common media types and sizes, with output speeds of up to 18 ppm in black, 13 ppm in color.

Enjoy printing resolution up to 4,800 x 1,200 optimized dpi on premium photo papers with 1,200 x 1,200 dpi input. Scanning resolution is up to 1,200 x 2,400 dpi with 48-bit color.

The HP PSC 2175 is PC and Mac compatible with USB connectivity and comes with everything you'll need to get started. HP backs this product with it's standard 1 year warranty on parts and labor.

What's in the Box
HP PSC 2175 all-in-one, HP 56 black inkjet print cartridge (19 ml) C6656A, HP 57 tri-color inkjet print cartridge (17 ml) C6657A, power cord, setup poster and reference guide, HP Photo & Imaging software, HP Memories disc creator software on CD-ROM ... Read more

Features

  • Prints, copies, and scans, all from 1 handy household unit
  • Up to 4,800 x 1,200 optimized dpi resolution; photos with or without borders
  • Up to 18 ppm black, 13 ppm color for printing and copying
  • Prints directly from your camera's memory card
  • Includes HP photo and imaging and disc-creator software

Reviews (19)

5-0 out of 5 stars Very pleased w/ the printer so far
I haven't owned this for long, I'll be the first to admit. But after reading some reviews re: the long installation process I wanted to reassure people on that account. I timed the process from removing it from the box to all features up and running through my computer- 25 min. I don't consider that long at all.

It's very user friendly and gives very good copies and photos. We had the older PSC 750 w/ its photo editing software. I was pleased to see that HP has tweaked the software and improved the "remove red eye" function.

We own a HP computer w/ memory card slots. I think it's one of the best features of the computer. I'm looking forward to being able to use the printer in the same way. No more fussing w/ a USB cable and the software.(...)

5-0 out of 5 stars HP 2175
I love this printer and use mine at home all the time.<br />I am so pleased with it, I'm buying one for my mother who is not into technology. She can copy her patterns etc on it and enlarge them so that they are easier for her to read!<br />

1-0 out of 5 stars Horrible printer! You want frustration, buy this printer!
Horrible printer! You want frustration, buy this printer!

I bought this printer last year. Since then, I only have frustration and more frustration trying to use this printer. HP offers one year warranty on this printer. I'd prefer not to have any warranty at all. I've contacted HP tech support and they keep sending (shipping) defective printer after defective printer to me. Not to mention countless hours on the phone trying to solve the problem.
There's a GRINDING sound every time I turn on the printer. It says, align cartridge. The GRINDING sound continues until it says SCANNER failure.

I've always used HP products, but after the experience with this printer, I'll think twice. The funny thing is, before buying this printer I came to this page to read the reviews. I liked it. Now I am stuck with this problem because I found the reviews helpful. What's going on? How come it works for you and not for me?

HTH,
a sincere reviewer!

5-0 out of 5 stars good choice
This is a very nice printer/scanner/card reader. I did a bit of research before buying this unit and am very pleased at the results. It does a very nice job for the money. I got it even cheaper in the store.

4-0 out of 5 stars Excellent printer
Recommended this unit & set it up for my mother-in-law. The print quality is great, and the printer detects paper type automatically (no more mistaken settings on photo paper!!). The card reader is a boon, especially since her old card reader stopped working after an OS upgrade. The supplied software is a little creaky on OS X but it still is an incredible value for the money. ... Read more


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