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121. Compaq iPAQ 3670 Color Pocket PC
by Hewlett Packard
list price: $549.99
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B00005KB2M
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Hewlett Packard
Sales Rank: 26323
Average Customer Review: 4.22 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • What's in the box: iPaQ 3670, Two Styli, Vinyl slipcase, AC adapter, Docking cradle, Rechargeable Lithium Polymer battery, iPaQ Expansion Pack system, User Manual

Reviews (9)

2-0 out of 5 stars Funky Construction
I must say, for such a ...piece of equipment, this device is not made very well. Before I purchased the Compaq, I owned a Palm V. Whereas the Palm never failed me, in less than a year of ownership, the Compaq has developed several problems:

* My Compaq has fried its memory repeatedly
* The stylus no longer clicks into place, that mechanism has apparently broken.
* The silver coating is coming up

The color screen is nice, but doesn't make up for the headache or the cost. I wish I'd just purchased another Palm V when my last one was stolen.

3-0 out of 5 stars Almost Excited
Compaq has a winner here in the base technology but it needs a tune-up big time (which is happening as we 'sync').

Summarily, you get a cool little computer with a stubborn streak and a big mouth that can thankfully be turned down, with MUCH more space and operational capacity than a Palm, but still not enough for most people to call it Home.

Thanks to the back light, you can actually >see< the information, which is a clever bonus. Unlike some PDAs, there is no drab olive-green screen to twist your eyes into pretzels. Its like you're in a little office with the flourescents on.

The 'sync' software works (ok), just don't expect any pampering like the Palm people gave us with their one-button push sync. You'll work for this peanut, baby. It has the distinct flavor of rushed-out backroom benchmarking.

But after several knock-down drag-outs you'll (hopefully) find your feet and eventually get your Purple Heart, and then you're ok; you become VALIDATED, a part of the GREAT-SYNC legion - a surviving Groto of the IPAQ challenge, the strong, the proud, the survivors. Or else you'll have a _________ yard-sale or throw it in the trash (I dare you.)

So go ahead and stick MS Outlook in the Start-Up menu, cause she's a legend in her own mind and hates to be left out of the fuss (sync loop), (this is one thing, among others, they don't mention).

If you get through the software installation, wait 30 or 60 seconds til blastoff, and make a connection, you might actually get to build a working relationship or two..but don't get comfortable. LOL.

Hey, why can't the Compaq people invite the Palm people to a pool party, and let them explain how to make (like they did A LONG TIME AGO!!!) that INGENIOUS ONE-TOUCH SYNC BUTTON and that TOTALLY FUNCTIONAL (AND PRETTY) PALM DESK-TOP SOFTWARE, that makes you the king of your castle, not a serf in a wrestle.

The bad news: you just heard some.

The good news: It's a buyer's market baby on the 3670 due to the yard sales from the frustrated and upgraders - and after all, it is a cool little computer. So why not test your skills and pick one up?

Take a hint from Nike..JUST DO IT!!!!!!

4-0 out of 5 stars Great unit - NO Battery Life.
I've owned the Palm V (Monochrome)...Palm 505 (Color)...and the iPaq 3670 (Color).

Now, the Compaq screen wins hands down. It's bigger since the keyboard and hand recognition areas hide, releasing the screen space for images, text, etc. Plus, don't forget the MP3 player, which the Palm does NOT have (I think they only beep, how embarassing).

The programs are a bit memory hungry so it would be nice to have internal expansion for memory (64MB is really very little for this unit - the equivalent of 8MB in the Palm). Sounds weird, especially coming from an engineer, but that's how it feels. The Windows environment really gobbles up the memory. You can buy an expansion port that will hold additional memory, although with good management you can get away without expanding it.

The only real problem that I have with this unit is the battery life. Well, actually, WHAT BATTERY LIFE? If you play any game for 1.1/2 to 2 hours...you're out of battery!! If you leave the unit, WITHOUT USING IT, overnight - for two nights - you're out of battery again! Did I get a lemon? Do they all work like this? Does anyone sell battery packs that also include memory expansion? How does battery life compare with the Palm, you ask? Well, the Palm 505 (Color) will last about a week with decent everyday use and a lot of playing each day. The Palm V will last about 2 weeks (yes, WEEKS), with average use. The iPAQ will last 1 to 2 days with average use (and I'm being kind).

It's sad to see the best selling Pocket PC with such few options where accessories are concerned, shame on Compaq for not providing incentives to other manufacturers. Let's see how HP plays the game. Congratulations to the NEXICAM for bringing the first digital camera adapted for this unit. Now, they should have combined it with a battery pack, GPS, Cell Phone and Memory Slot - that way I could get rid of all the other gadgets that clutter up my night stand.

Want the best ? If you can live with low battery life, then this is your unit. I have a car charger and 110VAC-12VDC adapter that goes with me when I travel or I lose access to my contact information while I'm away.

5-0 out of 5 stars Head and shoulders above the rest
I was lucky enough to receive this as a gift and was totally blown away by the capabilities of this device. The ActiveSync software is almost transparent and you never have to worry about remembering to sync before you head out the door. A few of my favorite features are the voice recorder, Windows Media Player for mp3's (headphone jack is very nice), and the "transcriber" option, which could even recognize a doctor's handwriting. There are a ton of cool apps you can download/buy for this device, including maps, wireless web software, etc. If you can shell out the $$ and are looking for a handheld with a VERY high "cool factor" please check out the iPaq 3760.

4-0 out of 5 stars Great Unit
This is a great unit. It would be nice if it could store the CF cards internally. Great features at a somewhat high price. Had a Palm V before this. The Pocket PC software offers far more features! Worth the extra $$$ ... Read more


122. HP XB2000 EXPANSION BASE WITH ( PD948A#ABA )

Asin: B0007UVYJY
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Hewlett Packard (Consumables)
Sales Rank: 27464
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Product Description

Create a cordless desktop experience with your higher-resolution or wide-angle notebook PC with one simple tool: the HP xb2000 notebook expansion base. Its height-adjustable, elevated, eye-level viewing, plus wireless keyboard and mouse, and integrated speakers will make your computing supremely comfortable without compromising your mobility. ... Read more


123. Compaq iPAQ 3765 Color Pocket PC
by Hewlett Packard

Asin: B00005QEY4
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Hewlett Packard
Sales Rank: 11057
Average Customer Review: 3.89 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

Eye-catching as well as highly functional, Compaq's iPAQ 3765 Pocket PC features a powerful new operating system, CompactFlash expandability, and a fast Intel processor. Its 64 MB SDRAM and 32 MB ROM provide enough memory to hold a robust package of applications while leaving you a lot of room for your own applications.

The enhancements and improvements in Microsoft's Pocket PC 2002 operating system make the iPAQ 3765 even more powerful and easier to use. You'll get improved handwriting recognition, more reliable synchronization, increased security, and the ability to chat via MSN Messenger. It also features new Pocket versions of Outlook, Word, Excel, and Internet Explorer.

Work hard, but play hard, too. The iPAQ 3765 can play digital audio files (both MP3 and WMA) using the Windows Media Player software. It's also compatible with audible.com files, for listening to audiobooks, radio broadcasts, and more. You also get the Microsoft Reader e-book software.

The color TFT screen produces 4,086 colors, and you can view the screen from many angles and in a variety of lighting. Using the optional expansion jacket, you can add memory and modules--such as modems and cameras--using CompactFlash cards.

Other highlights of the Compaq iPAQ include a microphone and a speaker, as well as an audio-in jack. It features an infrared port for wireless data transfer. The Compaq iPAQ uses five buttons plus a five-way joystick. The iPAQ connects to either USB or serial ports. The iPAQ allows you to input data in your own handwriting, by soft keyboard, or by voice recorder. Both audible and visual alarms alert you to a scheduled event.

At 5.11-by-3.3-by-0.62 inches and weighing 6.3 ounces, the iPAQ 3765 is sporty and small, fitting in your hand or sliding into your pocket with ease. Compaq has also built in utilities so that frequent actions--such as switching between tasks, adjusting volume, and changing backlighting--are only a click away.

The iPAQ 3765 has a built-in lithium rechargeable battery that gives up to 12 hours of battery life. It also comes with a docking cradle, AC adapter for battery charging, and a USB connection cable. Compaq offers a one-year warranty on parts and labor.

What's in the box

  • iPaQ 3765
  • AC adapter
  • 950 mAh lithium-polymer battery
  • USB cradle
  • USB connection cable
  • Two styli
  • Vinyl slipcase
  • User manual
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Features

  • Pocket PC 2002 operating system features improved handwriting recognition and new versions of Pocket Outlook, Word, and Excel
  • 64 MB RAM and 32 MB ROM ; 206 MHz Intel StrongARM 32-bit RISC processor
  • 240 x 320-inch TFT LCD screen displays more than 4,000 colors
  • Pre-installed software includes Pocket Word, Pocket Excel, Pocket Internet Explorer, Windows Media Player (MP3), Inbox (e-mail), Microsoft Reader (e-boks), and more
  • What's in the box: iPaQ 3765, AC adapter, 950 mAh lithium-polymer battery, USB cradle, USB connection cable, Two styli, Vinyl slipcase, User manual

Reviews (56)

4-0 out of 5 stars Good job for Compaq
It' s very useful for daily life, I'm graduated student. I always use this thing for my lecture. You can use Word, Excel, Powerpoint in this machine. The best thing I will say is it's very easy to use because one of my friend use sony clie 760, and he told me to teach him uninstall the program for his machine, but I couldn't do it, because it's very difficult to do, but for iPaq you can use it easily like your desktop because of Window OS.
I like this iPaq because:
1. Easy to use.
2. Good design.
3. Big screen.
4. Good color display.
5. A lot of accessories.
6. A lot of good utilities programs.
7. Pocket PC 2002.
8. Easy to synchonize.
Its drawbacks:
1. Short battery life just couple hours.
2. No cover.
3. No compactflash slot.
4. I sometimes miss my appointments because I didn't hear reminder sound.
5. It'll be very too big to carry with compactflash jacket .
I absolutely recommend this product . I use it to manage my time schedule, banking account, dictionary, MP3, game, and Internet as well as MSN messenger. This product is much better than Palm pilot.

3-0 out of 5 stars Nice Features but.....
I purchased this IPAQ about a month ago to use at home, work, and college. The main feature I like is being able to consolodate all phone numbers, contacts, and Microsoft Office documents into one little device. I've eliminated reems of paperwork with my IPAQ and I'm very glad I purchased it.

BUT the support from Compaq is terrible. I'm a Social Worker, NOT a computer programmer. Yet my IPAQ comes with a small owner's manual and very little useful online advice that is actually written in plain English. Navigating their web site is tricky. The PocketPC software (Microsoft) is mostly straightforward and easy to use (ingenious really), but there's no simple way to schedule an appointment with your contacts--why not? Isn't that why you buy a handheld computer?

Word of advice: If you're going to be using your IPAQ more than 4 hours a day, then you might want to upgrade to the IPAQ H3850 simply because the 3850 has a much longer battery life. My battery dies within about 2-4 hours on LOW power. The problem is you have to keep the unit charged to about 40% so it doesn't permanently lose all the data. Either upgrade to the 3850 or buy several AC adapters to charge the thing.

Even with all the complaints, I love the fact that my IPAQ has made me a much more productive student and employee.

5-0 out of 5 stars Amazing
The Compaq iPAQ 3765 is an amazing PDA. Well, it's not really a PDA, it's an actual Pocket PC. You have to see it to believe it. It's got Pocket PC 2002, and it's awesome. It's got Microsoft Pocket Word, Pocket Excel, and basically Pocket outlook just spread into mini programs. If you don't want to sit at your computer and read your emails cause your in a rush, just sync your computer with your pocket pc and your ENTIRE inbox will be synced to your iPAQ. I basically created my iPAQ into a super iPAQ. I got the keyboard(which is fantastic), the dual slot flash card expansion pack, a 256 meg flash card, and a MGM flash card reader. A Palm pilot is NOTHING compared to what this thing can do. THey have so many application for this pocket pc. You can play your MP3's on windows media player, watch movies or clips on PocketTV(Download the software), Play games such as the Famous Age of Empires(INCREDIBLE) Rayman, Packman and many more. Print with it, play multiplayer games, make cartoons on PocketFlipbook(Download) surf the net(Need wireless), and more. Plus they now have mad an espansion card so you can get PHONE SERVICE on it. This is one of the greatest Technological creations ever.

5-0 out of 5 stars awsome
i paid $120 on other sites the same thing was going $499

4-0 out of 5 stars A high school junior
It helped me tremendously when doing my school work, This is because I could type notes on it (with an ipaq compatible keyboard, not included) without using a BULKY and indiscreet laptop, and easily EDIT my notes (sooo awesome and better than using the old fashioned wire-bound paper notebooks) when I transfer the notes to my computer. Highly recommended for students. BUT, the aspects of it that helped me in school are ones that you could find in almost any PDA retailing about $150 and up (due to "DocumentsToGo" and "4.0 student" software. Both are very necessary for students). You see, I had a Sony Clie SJ20 before I upgraded to this, and I realized that both did the same in terms of school work.

The main thing I don't like about it is the seemingly false advertising from compaq, saying you could get internet access. Not that you can't, you CAN, but only after purchasing

1) an expansion pack: WHEN YOU ADD THE EXPANSION PACK, FORGET THE TERM "POCKET PC" BECAUSE IT WILL NOT FIT WELL IN YOUR POCKET. It also makes it heavy. I hate the expansion pack because it's so bulky, and you can't find any cases on the market to fit the ipaq and the expansion pack, except for the case made by the manufacturer. I actually considered making my own case for it (because I'm into arts and crafts) just so I didn't have to spend more money on a case. Due to the expansion pack, I wanted to upgrade to one of the newer and smaller models of the ipaq because the unit is so indiscreet with the expansion pack.

2) A compatible Sierra Wireless Aircard: a lot of places don't even sell them

3) And setting up the internet service you will get (your new account) through a phone company. Hard for me, some places don't do internet access through pocket PCs.

Not to mention that the expansion pack is another $70-100 added onto the original price of the ipaq, and there's the price of the aircard and internet service (so monthly payments mean more money added onto the unit). So, when the company says, "internet access", be very wary of what you're getting into because a lot of leg work and money is involved. In total, the things previously mentioned are four extra things that would have made me not buy the ipaq if had known about them before.

The other thing I wasn't satisfied with is the windows media player, on which you can play MP3s. You can only play about seven of them, unless you install more memory (and getting more memory means getting a memory card, which means getting a dual slot expansion pack, which means more BULK...uggghh). I haven't tried a movie or any visual on it yet.

The battery power dies out quickly as well. So be prepared to see the "main battery low" sign appear on the screen every couple days or so (with regular usage).

Overall, if you want true satisfaction with this product, be willing to spend an extra $200-300, in addition to monthly internet service payments, and go through a lot of leg work.

MY SUGGESTION: buy a more expensive PDA that has built in internet access (well, if you want internet access at all...and if you don't, it's not really a pocket computer/PC), or simply save lots of money and don't buy a PDA with internet access. It seems that there are lots of great PDAs on the market that have all the same features that the ipaq 3765, minus the internet. Overall, the whole internet illusion that is set forth by pocket PC manufacturers isn't as easy to obtain as it seems with any pocket PC out right now (because even with the ones that claim they have built in internet, you still have to buy a specific and very expensive internet card, in addition to monthly service payments. Hope this helps!! ... Read more


124. HP(R) Multipurpose Paper, 8 1/2 x 14, 20 Lb., 92 Brightness, Ream Of 500 Sheets
by Hewlett Packard
list price: $6.65
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B00006IDS8
Catlog: Office Product
Manufacturer: Hewlett Packard
Sales Rank: 1298
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125. Hewlett Packard Jornada 548 Color Pocket PC
by Hewlett Packard

Asin: B00004TDL2
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Hewlett Packard
Sales Rank: 10523
Average Customer Review: 4.07 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Review

Windows PDAs have long fought an uphill battle. Users have flocked to the highlyfunctional Palm Connected Organizers and tended to ignore the more powerful,more expensive, and bigger Windows PDAs. The release of the new HP Jornada 548,the first among the new Pocket PC devices to hit the market, may finally turnthis around. The Jornada is still a bit bigger, about 5 ounces heavier, and moreexpensive than the Palm Vx. But it is sleek, robust, highly functional, and thecolor screen is beautifully sharp. The "wow" factor is definitelythere.

The Pocket PC OS is also responsive and well thought out--a big improvement overWinCE. In addition to the suite of powerful pocket applications (Word, Excel,Internet Explorer, PIM, and Scheduler), the Jornada can also serve as a digitalvoice recorder (to capture those spur-of-the-moment thoughts), an MP3 player,audible content player, and even an e-books reader.

The standard 32 MB memory is expandable using standard CompactFlash Type Icards. The product ships with a synchronization cradle (which supports USB orconventional serial interfaces), an extra sync cable (so you don't have to takethe cradle everywhere), an AC power adapter, and earbuds. A microphone and asmall speaker are built in. For MP3 use, we recommend expanding your RAM to 64MB with a CompactFlash card to provide an hour of near-CD-quality music.

Most Windows users should be able to run through the setup wizard and startusing the Jornada and its applications without cracking the manual. Learning touse handwriting recognition, which is integrated into all the applications,requires mastering a few special stylus strokes, but you should be writingsmoothly within half an hour. In comparison with Palm's Graffiti system, thePocket PC system is fully on par.

In our tests, setting up a connection to a desktop PC for synchronization wassimple. Within 20 minutes, we had installed the ActiveSync software, hooked upthe supplied cradle to the AC adapter and a USB port on our PC, and establisheda connection. If you have an older PC or laptop, you can also synchronize usinga slower serial connection. Synchronization is automatic and file transfer issimple using the Windows Explorer-like interface.

The only real caveat is that Pocket PC works best in a Windows-centric world. Atlaunch, it appears that there is no support for synchronizing with non-Microsofte-mail and scheduling applications. (With an optional modem or network-interfacecard, you can send and receive Internet POP mail directly via your ISP.)

The choice between Pocket PC and Palm still comes down to tradeoffs. Palms arestill lighter, smaller, and cheaper, and they do the basics beautifully. TheJornada 548 is slightly bigger, 5 ounces heavier, more expensive, but vastlymore powerful and flexible. The choice all depends on what you expect your PDAto do. --Thomas Mace

Pros:

  • Handsome, compact design
  • Superb color screen
  • Ships with 32 MB RAM
  • Large application suite
  • Easy setup and intuitive interface
Cons:
  • No support for synchronization of non-Microsoft e-mail and schedulingapplications
  • 5 ounces heavier than Palm V
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Features

  • Sharp 12-bit color LCD screen, 4,096 colors
  • Includes MP3 player for listening to digital music, audiobooks, and news
  • Check e-mail and surf the Web
  • Manage your schedule with Pocket Outlook and your finances with Pocket Money
  • What's in the box: Jornada 548, Stylus, AC adapter, Jornada CD-ROM, HP documentation pack, Microsoft ActiveSync CD-ROM, USB cradle

Reviews (145)

5-0 out of 5 stars The best feature mix so far
The Jornada 548 is not perfect, but for me its the best mix of features so far.

I've had several color palm-sized Windows CE and Pocket PCs. I've had 2 Casio Cassiopeia E-105's, a Compaq Aero 1520, and a Cassiopeia E-10 and A-11. I've also looked at the Compaq iPaq.

The iPaq is fast and light and its display is easily visible outdoors. But once you add a CompactFlash card sleeve it's bulky. And you still need a case to protect the screen, adding further bulk. (Screen protection is important to me because I've broken the display on my Cassiopeia E-10 twice!)

The HP Jornada 548 has a built-in metal screen protector and CompactFlash slot, and a metal case. It looks sleek and its display is very nice indoors (but hard to see outdoors). Since I need screen protection and I always use a CompactFlash memory card, it's the perfect Pocket PC for me.

A word about Pocket PCs vs. Palms: If all you need is an electronic organizer, a Palm is sufficient. It's easy to use, it's convenient, and its organizer functions are simple. But look at one of the Pocket PCs if you need an organizer that's FULLY compatible with Microsoft Outlook (including all contact information fields). Look at a Pocket PC if you want the power of a multimedia PC that you can carry in your pocket. To me there is no question the Pocket PC is the right choice for me. It won't be for everyone.

You can get a color Pocket PC for not much more than the color Palm IIIc. If monochrome is enough for you, the Compaq Aero 1550 Pocket PC is thin and sleek. It's in the same price range as a good Palm, and it's more capable.

4-0 out of 5 stars Excellent value - great organizer
I recently replaced an aging Palm IIIx with the Jornada 548, and what a great choice! I'll start with the two cons I have about the 548 - it's a bit on the bulky and heavy side compared to other Jornadas and PDAs in general. And the record button could be moved down or to the right side, I always seem to mistakenly press it and end up with some muffled sound recordings.

On the positive side (and there are many!), the customizable screens and buttons are fantastic. If you're not happy with the pre-determined buttons on your home menu, then simply change them - really, it's that easy. The MP3 player is relatively simple to figure out and download to, and the sound is ok for a PDA; not top quality, but good enough for voice recordings. The recorder does copy sounds as MP3 files, so it can take up a lot of space (the ease of adding memory is a bonus). The feel of the casing is great, I feel like I could drop this and it would bounce right back (though I haven't performed that stunt quite yet!). It has a nice rubber-ish grip on the side that is quite comfortable to hold. The setup is quick and easy, especially if you sync to 2 different machines.

Overall, this is in my opinion the best PDA you'll find for [the price]. Forget the Palm - go with the Jornada!

2-0 out of 5 stars Quick shipment, but now there is a problem w/no response.
The product was shipped quickly. But now I cannot get the Pocket PC to connect to any PC. I have emailed the seller numerous times about this and they will not respond to me. Amazon is abolutely no help either, they will not do anything to help me. If I ever do get the problem fixed, I will change the bad rating for the seller.

3-0 out of 5 stars HP Jornada 547/548
Great PDA, beats out any palm type device by a longshot in capability expandability. Only draw back is ever shrinking selection of aftermarket goodies for it due to the processor.

3-0 out of 5 stars No Pocket PC 2002
For its day the 548 was a stunning piece of equipment. I have been a Jornada 548 owner since week 1 of its release. I am disappointed to report, however, that the older Jornada models have been left in the dust by the Compaq-HP merger. Ipaq'ers get an upgrade from the Pocket PC OS to the newer, marginally better Pocket PC 2002 OS. Although the OS is only moderately more useful, it is aesthetically more pleasing and is symbolic of the fact that the 548 will receive little attention or support from HP/Compaq ever again.

Also, the lack of back up batteries is quite a nuisance when you lose all drivers and software because you forgot to recharge the 548. Furthermore, and this may be my error, I never found a car charger for it which would have been useful given the adequate, but not stellar battery life.

I would suggest buying a newer piece of equipment, its worth the dough. ... Read more


126. HP DeskJet 940C Color Printer
by Hewlett Packard
list price: $129.99
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B000063W94
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Hewlett Packard
Sales Rank: 5547
Average Customer Review: 2.67 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

Hewlett-Packard's 940C printer combines high-quality printing with a space-saving design that's ideally suited for small work areas. Weighing in at less than 20 pounds, it fits snugly into any 18-by-10-inch space and connects easily to your PC or Macintosh via either standard or USB connection.

Providing both outstanding detail and economic use of consumables, this thermal inkjet easily earns its keep in the home office. Color prints are churned out at up to 10 pages per minute, with a fully saturated 2,400 x 1,200 dpi resolution. Monochrome print jobs are processed at up to 12 pages per minute and receive a letter-perfect 600 dpi resolution. The 940C input tray handles 100 sheets of 20-pound paper in letter and legal sizes. Additional paper-handling options include all types of photo paper, stickers, index cards, and envelopes.

With simple one-touch operation and clear onscreen windows to navigate you through the printing process, everyone in the family can use this solidly built machine. Hewlett-Packard includes a 90-day warranty on parts and labor. ... Read more

Features

  • Prints up to 2,400 x 1,200 dpi on premium photo papers
  • Prints up to 12 ppm in black, up to 10 ppm in color
  • Easy-to-use photo software kit included
  • 1-touch print-cancel button; supports optional 2-sided printing
  • Parallel and USB interfaces; PC and Mac compatible

Reviews (27)

5-0 out of 5 stars Pleased with the HP 940C
I have owned this printer since Christmas ('01) and have had nothing but success with it. The print speed is great for text documents. I was also able to print great looking glossy slides for a poster presentation. The print cartridges seem to have a pretty good lifetime, as well. I haven't had any problems with paper jams. It has handled some documents with pretty hefty memory neeeds without locking-up too. Definitely, well worth the cost!

3-0 out of 5 stars Mixed Feelings
I bought this printer about a month ago and was slightly disappointed by its performance. The print quality is great, the photos I printed looked 99% like the 35mm prints that came from the lab, but I made the mistake of using 4x6 photo paper instead of the standard 8 1/2 x 11 sheets. Approximately every-other print came out crooked on the paper, and the printer has an annoying habit of cutting off the last inch of the image because of margin restrictions. I couldn't find an option to use the maximum paper margins, and so had to end up making a white border around the image so that the printout didn't look strange.
I bought this printer as a replacement for a 5-year-old Epson brand, and am considering going back to it because of my frustrations with this HP. Summary: Great print quality and speed, but not good with custom paper sizes.

2-0 out of 5 stars It worked fine until I bought a new computer
I owned this printer for more than a year. It worked fine until I bought a new computer, I unplugged it, moved to a new place, and replugged it. The power supply burnt out. The printer was dead. I wasted 2 packs of unused expensive ink cartridges.

5-0 out of 5 stars Great perfomance printer
Excellent job for small office or home use. Good resolution and fine prints on paper and photo paper as well.

1-0 out of 5 stars If you value your time and money then I'd something else...
I have owned an HP 940c now for about a year, and as it's now 4AM in the morning and I have a long project to work on, the printer has given me a hardware failure.

Having said that I've tried it on different computers, with different cartridges (thought maybe the OS X driver was to blame but evidently not), and it's dead. Now it's 4AM and I've spent 2 hours troubleshooting the printer only to have it dead.

To top it off this printer uses the HP #15 cartridge which is a #45 cartridge with half the ink at the same price.. you cannot use a #45 in this printer.

I highly reccomend against buying this printer. Not only is it subject to the expensive ink cartridges but it has been widely known for paper feeder problems (a school district recalled theirs), and they are all eventually prone to this sort of failure. ... Read more


127. HP PS320 2 MP Digital Camera
by Hewlett Packard
list price: $129.99
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Asin: B00006AFD2
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Hewlett Packard
Sales Rank: 1843
Average Customer Review: 3.56 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

Enjoy solid performance with the easy-to-use HP Photosmart 320 digital camera, featuring 2.1-megapixel resolution--for quality prints up to 8 by 10 inches--and a 4x digital zoom. And with the HP Instant Share feature, you can select up to 14 destinations to deliver your digital photos the next time you connect to your computer, including e-mail addresses, printers, and more.

Optics and Resolution
Featuring a CCD sensor with 2.1 million effective pixels, the Photosmart 320 creates images up to 1,600 x 1,200 pixels and prints up to 8 by 10 inches. Like with many other entry-level digital models, HP keeps the price low by using a focus-free lens with no optical zoom. A 4x digital zoom does bring your shooting subject closer like an optical zoom, but at the expense of image detail.

Storage and Transfer
Store photos using the 8 MB internal memory. The Photosmart 320 also features a Secure Digital slot for optional SD memory cards.

Movie Mode
In addition to taking still photos, the Photosmart 320 can also record silent-movie clips of up to 30 seconds at a frame rate of 15 fps. The QuickTime Motion JPEG format offers a limited resolution, which is great for capturing a short movie that can be e-mailed to friends and family, but is no replacement for a true camcorder.

More Features
With the optional HP Photosmart 8881 digital camera dock (which includes 4 rechargeable NiMH batteries), you can connect easily to your PC or TV, plus recharge your camera batteries. This version of the Photosmart 320 includes the camera dock.

You can easily print photos directly from your camera to an optional HP Photosmart, HP PSC 950 all in one, or HP Deskjet (excludes 600 series) printer with USB connectivity--no PC required.

Other features include:

  • Built-in flash with red-eye reduction.
  • 1.5-inch backlit LCD display for preview and review of photos, battery levels, photo counter, and flash modes.
  • 10-second timer

Power, Size, and Contents
The camera is powered by four standard AA batteries. We recommend a set of rechargeable NiMH batteries. It measures 4.4 by 1.7 by 2.7 inches and weighs 5.6 ounces. This package includes the Photosmart 320 digital camera, four AA alkaline batteries, USB cable, hand strap, and a CD-ROM with HP Photo & Imaging software and USB drivers for Windows and Mac. ... Read more

Features

  • 2.0 megapixel sensor creates 1,600 x 1,200 images for prints at sizes up to 8 x 10 inches
  • Fixed 38 mm lens with 4x digital zoom
  • 8 MB internal memory with Secure Digital card slot
  • Connects to Macs and PCs via USB port
  • Powered by 4 AA batteries; NiHM rechargeables recommended

Reviews (32)

5-0 out of 5 stars Solid Performer And A Great Value!
This HP 320 2.1 MP camera is rock solid and takes great pictures. 2 MP is totally adequate for typical picture taking. Very few people blow up there photos beyond 8.5" X 11". An optical zoom (digital zoom decreases resolution) would be nice, but more than doubles/triples the price. Instead, the operator just needs to move forward or backwards to get the proper framing.

I purchased this camera on sale with the free accessory kit (case, NiMH batteries and charger) for fewer than 100 clams here on Amazon. I also picked up a new HP 8881 docking station on ebay for 30 clams and a 128MB-memory card for 35 clams (after rebate) at Dell. So, you can get into great digital for not a lot of money.

This camera is an outstanding value and a rock solid performer. I highly recommend it for people who want to take great pictures without the added cost of advanced features. All you need is the camera initially to get started. From there you can decide if you want to add more accessories.

PS TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THE FREE ACCESSORY KIT OFFER, YOU WILL NOT FIND ANYTHING CLOSE TO THIS VALUE AT THE TIME OF THIS POSTING! THIS IS A HIGH QUALITY HP PRODUCT!

UPDATE- I did have to upgrade my camera's firmware to support the 128MB SD-RAM cards. HP sent me a free 16MB SD-RAM card for the upgrade process (you need a SD-RAM card to facilitate the procedure). The process worked well and I'm now enjoying my fully functional 128MB card!

4-0 out of 5 stars HP PS320 Teenage Review
After having this camera for about a week i'm throughly pleased. I had previously had a cheap $20 camera with .3mp resolution. I immediatly found the difference amazing. The price was just right for the HP PS320 (i had bought it in a bundle with printer and memory card). I had been researching for about a month, and finally decided to buy the Kodak ES4530 but realized that I didn't even need a 5mp if I only wanted to get 4" by 6" pictures. The screen is kinda fuzzy and takes a while to take the next picture, but that is liveable. Also the screen is incredebly easy to use, it took a while to figure out how to delete. Now that i found out that the delete button is not directly on the camera but in menu mode I feel safer that my pictures will not be deleted. When you get the camera, don't forget extra memory. The camera only has about 8 pictures with the internal memory; but with a SD64 card you can take about 64 pictures at highest resolution. Since I am in high school mostly this camera was to take pictures of my friends and it has worked very well for this task. One problem is that when I upload the pictures to my website they turned out VERY blurry. Another complaint is that the software would not load onto my computer. Luckily my computer is also a HP so it recognized the model and I found an old program that lets me upload pictures. Over all this is a great camera. I've tried to work other camera's that my friends have, but they are to complicated. Just some things to remember to get
-extra memory (YOU WILL NEED IT!!!!!!)
-photo printer (the prints come out better than the disposable photos and is great for you money)
-BATTERIES!! (after A DAY AND A HALF!!! my battereies were gone! I did take alot of pictures but that seems to short of a life for the batteries.)

5-0 out of 5 stars Awesome Camera
This is an Awesome camera. I tried the equivalent Vivitar Camera, it was horibble! This little camera blows it away. I also bought rechargable batteris(a must have), a 64 MB SD Card (also must have)and I bought a HP Photosmart 435 photoprinter. The printer is awesome and together it prints out beautiful pixs! I would highly recommend this to anybody!! :)

5-0 out of 5 stars Excellent Choice
I recently received this camera with the HP printer bundle for my birthay. Both work wonderfully. They are so easy to use and are great for taking just basic pictures. The price was very affordable as well.

4-0 out of 5 stars Good, inexpensive choice.
This camera does a good job for the money. The pictures are plenty clear to print unless you want to enlarge. The zoom is somewhat annoying since it puts a box around a piece of the picture in the viewer rather than erasing the part you won't see. This leaves you to imagine what the picture will look like once the outside of the box is cut off. Other than that, this camera has worked well during heavy use. ... Read more


128. BLACK INK CART FOR 2000C

our price: $34.99
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Asin: B0000YB7Q2
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Hewlett Packard
Sales Rank: 4532
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Product Description

HP Consumable (C4844A) HP10 BLACK INK CART FOR 2000C ... Read more


129. HP iPAQ 5555 Pocket PC
by Hewlett Packard

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Asin: B00009RL1Y
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Hewlett Packard
Sales Rank: 7820
Average Customer Review: 3.68 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • A powerful and flexible Pocket PC with enhanced security and wireless features
  • Integrated Bluetooth for wireless connectivity both in and out of the office
  • All the benefits of the Microsoft Pocket PC 2003 Premium operating system
  • Biometric fingerprint reader for serious security
  • What's in the box: iPAQ Pocket PC, USB Desktop cradle/charger, AC Adapter, holster with belt clip, lithium-ion battery, getting started poster; charger adapter, hp iPAQ Pocket PC Companion CD

Reviews (37)

2-0 out of 5 stars great features, poor reliability
I would love the ipaqs if I could ever count on them to work. The 5555 is the third ipaq I have owned in the past three years (The company I work for gets them at a great discount, and I don't have to pay for them, which is why I keep getting them)

First off, there are many things to love about this pda. The fingerprint recognition is really cool. It works perfectly for me, and I don't have to worry about remembering a password or having it stolen. The integrated bluetooth and 802.11b is an excellent add-on, and hasn't added to the bulk of the device at all. There is a large amount of built-in memory, the display looks beautiful, the battery is swappable, and there are a lot of nice applications built in.

What disappoints me with every ipaq is the low reliability. It is so poor that I would never personally spend my own money on one of these devices. I typically have to hit the reset button on my ipaq several times per day, becuase under heavy use the thing will freqently slow down or completely freeze up. You can't blame third party apps for these faults, since I am commonly using the standard features of my ipaq when these faults occur.

My first two ipaqs died within about a year of purchase. The first one had a battery go bad, and since it was built into the device I could not swap it myself. The second one just stopped working. I could turn it on, but it basically just gave me a blue screen of death and nothing more.

I love what the ipaqs offer, I just wish HP could get their act together and make them work as they're supposed to.

4-0 out of 5 stars Top notch with room for improvements...
I replaced my Sony Clie with this machine for few different reasons. I wanted a longer battery life, better software, better screen, more memory, expandability and better accessory compatibility. And I got all that in Ipaq 5555. Battery lasts a long time and put many devices to shame. It is also user replaceable which allows you not only to use extended packs but if for any reason your power pack fails you can replace it on your own without sending your device for lengthy warranty service. So far PocketPC operating system has been stable to me and very easy and intuitive to use. Most of the software I got for it provides easy and painless installation. Erasing files and keeping everything organized is also very easy. For some reason Palm devices always have very little memory. 5555 comes with whooping 128 megs and with right memory card your options are unlimited. For example I use it with 256 SD card. There are a lot of after market accessories available for IPAQ made either by HP or by third party manufacturer. You have to watch out for HP accessories because some of them are not directly compatible with 5000 series. They have an external battery charger that states compatibility with 5555 yet it is not, but it is compatible with expansion pack (one that includes battery).

Bluetooth and wireless LAN work fine and allow you to almost always be connected. Unit is very solid with it's aluminum housing and case that is supplied with it besides being a really good deal protects the Ipaq the right way. My biggest complain is that 5555 is on the bigger side. It is a big PDA and coming from the smaller machine it is a slight disadvantage. I also have to rave about the screen. It is super bright, with excellent contrast and color definition. I kind of dislike the finger print security and perceive it as useless although cool conversation starter feature.

So how do I use my Ipaq? I work both as a web developer and EMT. Ipaq holds my medical and drug reference books for street work, basic software for web developing, few games, mp3s and tons of email, contacts, notes, pdfs, docs and excel files. I use it on the street to jog down info, cross reference medications and to keep records. I use it in the office for everyday routine stuff. On the train or when I get bored I play some games. It is a good machine and with few extra accessories (car charger, memory card and keyboard) it will last you forever (or at least until 6666 is out).

3-0 out of 5 stars Disappointed
Great while it works. Mine died after 9 months of casual use. I'm not looking forward to dealing with warranty repairs.

5-0 out of 5 stars This is a great Pocket PC if you can afford it.
I really like this Ipaq. I've had a 3835,3955,2215 and now this. This Ipaq really rocks.The integrated wifi and bluetooth makes surfing the net very easy. Even with the zippy 2215, I had trouble getting wifi due to a very obstinate wifi sd card. There's something to be said for having integrated wifi. Not just that but the 128 mb really makes a difference. I no longer find myself checking the memory setting to see which program needs to go on sd storage. Speed is nice and the color display is beautiful. Battery life could be better and of course it would be nice to have a compact flash but I'm pretty happy with the product.

5-0 out of 5 stars Always by my side.
EDIT Start -

I would like to comment on reviewers who claim that the technical support is junk along with the device's reliability. May I point out that it is Microsoft's operating system, which is to be expected as no operating system is perfect. The iPAQ's hardware has nothing to do with how many times a reset is needed, since it has not only more ram, but a faster processor than most other pda's currently on the market. As for the technical support, I have had two iPAQ's and always received the same friendly and careless help needed to fix my problems straight away. Here's a recent example of how HP's support works.

1. Problem occurs.
2. Call to HP, they check warranty (lasts a year).
3. They send you an empty box, shipping and parts replacement, 100% free.
4. Ship it out next day.
5. Repair begins and ends in under an hour.
6. You receive an email confirming depature and repair success.
7. You receive the iPAQ back, only having it leave your side for less than 3 days.

If that's not service, then I don't know what is. I believe that many people are rude, arrogant, and are ignorant to their mistakes. I told the support technicians that I had dropped it and they said no problem, and replaced the screen, usb host connector, and battery all free of charge. Hope this helps your buying decision.

EDIT Finish -

In comparison to newer-age pda's including the Toshiba e805, the Asus MyPal, and the new Dell Axim, I hope you will regard my post only within HP and Compaq's products. This particular iPAQ is a giant leap from my Compaq iPAQ 3835, gone are the days of cradle synchronizing and wired connections. With Bluetooth and wi-fi I can synchronize and receiving data virtually anywhere.

A few reasons to avoid buying this:
- it is not a good first pda, as some features require proficient computer knowledge
- it is not worth buying unless you plan on using all features, including the finger print scan, otherwise go with the cheaper 4100 series iPAQs.

A few reasons to avoid buying another:
- is an 'upgradable' iPAQ, which means all previous software, cords/connections, sleeves (jackets), styli, and cases will work with this iPAQ.
- has wi-fi and bluetooth built in, along with 128megs sd ram, and 48 megs rom, gives you extra storage space.
- speedy processor and an sdio slot.

I believe this is the current best option for anyone wanting a powerful handheld machine. With the largest array of expansion abilities and wireless capabilities, it is the smartest choice you can make. ... Read more


130. HP SCANJET 5590 DIGITAL FLATBED ( L1910A#201 )
list price: $462.00
our price: $375.99
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Asin: B0002LEN3C
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Hewlett Packard (Consumables)
Sales Rank: 26444
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Product Description

HP ScanJet 5590 provides high speed, unattended document scanning with duplex automatic document feeder (ADF). Get the job done quickly with scan-to-PDF simplicity and bundled NewSoft Presto! PageManager document management software. ... Read more


131. HP PSC 1600 All-in-One Printer, Scanner, Copier
list price: $131.00
our price: $104.99
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Asin: B000793JRK
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Hewlett Packard
Sales Rank: 13038
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Product Description

Print true-to-life photos without a PC directly from PictBridge-enabled cameras and convenient front USB port, or directly from memory cards cards using text display or with HP Photo Proof Sheet. Print and copy with the same photo quality up to 4800-optimized dpi dpi or add 6-ink ink color, plus laser-quality text. Create photos with or without borders - print up to 8.5 x 24-inch inch, copy up to 8.5 x 11-inch. Make your memories last with photos that that resist fading for generations. Organize, edit and fix digital photos with HP Image Zone Software and share your photos by email using HP Instant Share. Print frame-by-frame sequences from digital camera video clips. Get more done in less time with fast print/copy speeds up to 18 ppm black, up to 14 ppm color, and easily print with different paper types with HP automatic paper sensing. Make up to 50 color copies at a time and get high-quality scans at 1200 x 4800-dpi optical resolution, 48-bit color. ... Read more

Features

  • USB and PictBridge interface; PC and Mac compatible
  • Color prints, copies, and scans; up to 18 ppm black print speed, 14 ppm color
  • Up to 4,800 x 1,200 optimized dpi print resolution
  • Up to 18 cpm black, 14 cpm color, reduces and enlarges 50 to 200%
  • 4,800 x 1,200 dpi scan resolution, 48-bit color

132. HP IPAQ 4150
by Hewlett Packard Office

Asin: B0000TFCFO
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Hewlett Packard Office
Sales Rank: 14347
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • 400 MHz Intel Xscale processor with Microsoft Windows Mobile 2003
  • Integrated wireless capabilities with Bluetooth technology and WiFi (WLAN 802.11b)
  • 3.5" transflective TFT screen technology
  • Pocket versions of familiar applications like Microsoft Outlook , Word and Excel
  • What's in the box: hp iPAQ Pocket PC h4150 unit, USB desktop cradle/charger, AC adapter, slip cover, stylus, battery, getting started poster, charger adapter, and hp iPAQ Pocket PC Companion CD

Reviews (1)

5-0 out of 5 stars WOW!!! BEST PURCHASE I HAVE EVER MADE!!!!
I just bought this thing from Amazon and all I can say is WOW!!!!

This is probably the best purchase I have ever made. This Pocket PC is everything I ever expected and more!! It's very easy to use as well!

I have bought MANY other brands before, including from Sony, AT&T, T-Mobile, Viewsonic but this iPAQ 4150 just blows everything else out of the water and leave them in the dust! I have to say, everyone out there who is thinking of buying this Pocket PC, stop thinking. I bought it and I am extremely happy with it the moment I powered this thing on. YOU ABSOLUTELY POSITIVELY CANNOT GO WRONG WITH THIS PURCHASE! I GUARANTEE IT!!! ... Read more


133. HP PSC 1210 Multifunction
by Hewlett Packard
list price: $89.99
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Asin: B00008NGIB
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Hewlett Packard
Sales Rank: 4536
Average Customer Review: 3.47 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

One of the world's smallest flatbed all-in-one multifunction devices, the HP PSC 1210 prints, copies, and scans with a modest 16.8-by-10.2-inch footprint. With this one-stop imaging center, you receive true-to-life photo-quality results with up to 4,800 optimized dpi resolution (with premium photo paper and 1,200 x 1,200 dpi input). Printing and copying speeds are plenty fast for home users, coming in at 12 pages per minute maximum in black and up to 10 ppm in color. With the 1210, home copying becomes exceptionally convenient, even without a PC. You'll enjoy simple one-button operation and easy enlargements.

The flatbed scanner lets you easily scan family photos, important documents, or even books or other 3-D objects. Use the included HP photo and imaging software to get creative with your scanned images--print photos, stickers, iron-on T-shirt transfers, and unique scrapbook pages.

HP provides an instant setup reference guide that will have you up and running in just a few minutes. Note that the printer is PC and Mac compatible; only Mac versions OS 9.1, OS X v 10.1.x and 10.2.3 or higher are supported. A one-year warranty provides protection on parts and labor.

What's in the Box
HP PSC 1210, HP 56 black inkjet print cartridge 19 ml ink volume (C6656A), HP 57 tri-color inkjet print cartridge 17 ml ink volume (C6657A), HP photo and imaging software, HP memories disc creator, setup poster and reference guide, power cord; printer cable not included ... Read more

Features

  • All-in-one printer, scanner, and copier
  • 600 x 600 dpi monochrome print resolution, 1,200 x 1,200 dpi color
  • 4,800 x 1,200 optimized color dpi on premium photo papers
  • 600 x 2,400 dpi scan resolution, 19,200 dpi interpolated, 36-bit color
  • Up to 12 ppm copy speed; USB interface, PC and Mac compatible

Reviews (77)

5-0 out of 5 stars 100% satisfied
It is hard to believe that this printer is about $100. I have been using the printer for a few months now.

Pros:
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1. Photo-printer, scanner, color and B & W copier -- all in one.
2. Amazing performance for all of the above functions.
3. Photo printing quality amazing (on HP photo-paper).
4. More silent than my previous Lexmark Z52 printer.
5. Never had a paper jam even once (so far).
6. Approx $100!!! This is worth $300 of money spent on Lexmark!
7. Unlike Lexmark, cartridges do not go bad every now and then.

Cons:
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Ink is costly, but then so is for every printer.

No option to choose greyscale printout. I do 'not' see this as a problem because I have almost always dried up color ink than using it completely (with Lexmark).

Software is a resource hog. Computer takes longer to start. In the Task-Manager (Windows 2000), I see several HP executables and services running all the time. I see this as the one and only weakness in this printer.

Photo-quality:
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Use HP photo-paper only. (No I am do not work for HP.) I tried photo-paper from Staples. Black looks real black only on HP photo-paper. This HP paper is costly by the way (~ $1 per Letter sheet)!

On ordinary paper too, photo looks better than many other printers.

(I tried several printers on display. Canon photo-quality is good but smears extra ink on the paper. Agreed that the printers on display are often abused (!), but still this is what your printer will most likely do! Confirmed from reviews on Canon i560 etc.)

Caution:
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1. Follow all the steps of the installation process as listed on the included chart. They are all important as mentioned! Printer will not work otherwise. Following these steps by itself was easy and printer was up and running in 10 minutes.

2-0 out of 5 stars Shockingly poor quality
I bought this printer lured by the price and the all-in-one feature. Since the beggining I had problems with printouts suddendly stopping without apparent reason. A call to HP support made me by a AC powered USB 4 port (according to them laptops don't send enough power to the printer...). 20 dollars to the trash, because the printer still has the problem. The printing quality is not bad for the price, although it CAN'T handle heavy paper (50% of your photo papers will print ruined). The scanner is ok for the price too. The copier function, and actually everything related to the software is lousy, bulky, and chances are it will at least slow down your system (or even crash it). Actually, I think the whole problem with the printer is the soft...
This is my first HP, a couple of years ago I had a small printing company and used similarly priced printers from other brands for HEAVY (and I mean it, 2000+ prints a day) printing and never had this kind of problems. This printer seems so brittle that I doubt it could handle that load.

5-0 out of 5 stars HP 1210 psc
This is by far the best unit I have owned and it is my third HP. I like the speed of the printer and the fact that the ink is dry. No smearing! The scanner is quick and accurate, so is the copier. I like the fact that the computer does not have to be on to copy something too. All in all it is worth the money and I am very pleased with it.

3-0 out of 5 stars Good but has it's drawbacks
My family has had this printer for about three months now and it is just like my title. The printer is rather slow and can be annoying (I prefer laser it's fast.) The printer also tends to shake and rattle as it prints and I also suggest you don't put anything on top of it (it prints slower and not as well.) But does print accurately and since I don't print many pictures it has worked well. Ink is really expensive but does last longer than my previous printer. You'll find that most ink cartridages are expensive. (If you are a student or teacher you may be able to get a discount.) The scanner is good and works well with the HP photo and imaging software. The scan button doesn't work very well but if you click scan in the software it works great. The imaging software doesn't have a whole lot of features but you can make it work if you are patient and resourceful. The copier has only two functions 100% and fit to page while another all-in-one does much more (it is also over twice the size). Since I am going off to college I am going to purchase another one because it is small in size and space is of the essence (I can make do without the speed and extra features.)

1-0 out of 5 stars Horrible tech support!!!
The machine earns 3 stars from me. I took 2 stars off the 3 due to the terrible customer service! After using it for half year, the scanning software stop working! Reinstall it on fresh win xp pro, still not working. Call HP tech support, the first two agents put me on hold and never come back. I waited for 15 each and found the telephone finally became silient. The third agent, tried one thing, which did not work at all. Then he said will go to the lab to do some experiments!! I asked how long it will take. He said 5-8 min. I then waited another 25 minutes and the telephone became silent again!

Avoid HP if you can, unless you feel confident that you will never call their technical support! I am so disappointed with HP now. But I am happy that this unpleasant experience happened before I buy a laptop. Because I now know clearly that I will NOT buy HP laptop!

HP tech support sucks! ... Read more


134. HP DeskJet 9650 Color Printer
by Hewlett Packard
list price: $471.99
our price: $391.99
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Asin: B0000CAS21
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Hewlett Packard
Sales Rank: 3621
Average Customer Review: 1.75 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

The Deskjet 9650 color printer offers impressive, photo-quality results with up to 4,800-optimized dpi using HP's PhotoREt IV and PhotoREt III technologies (for six- and four-ink printing, respectively). Now you can print laser-quality black text at up to 20 pages per minute and high-resolution color pages at 15 ppm, in addition to printing fade-resistant photos with true-to-life colors.

The Deskjet 9650 is well suited to print projects on different paper types and sizes, including plain and photo paper, transparencies, labels, iron-on transfers, up to 13-by-19-inch posters. An adjustable tray accommodates 11-by-17-inch paper, and the printer will even produce borderless images--great for pictures and postcards.

Use four-ink printing for spreadsheets, presentations, and everyday business needs, then switch to six-ink printing for vibrant photos and fine-quality images. A low-ink indicator will warn you when replacement time is nigh.

To help you further simplify your work, the 9650 comes ready for optional two-sided printing and is compatible with wireless networking hardware through HP JetDirect accessories (not included).

What's in the Box
HP Deskjet 9650 printer, 3 print cartridges, user documentation, paper sample pack, AC power cord, and a driver CD ... Read more

Features

  • Up to 4,800 dpi optimized color resolution, HP PhotoREt IV 6-ink printing
  • 1,200 x 1,200 dpi black resolution
  • Up to 20 ppm black, 15 ppm color text/graphics
  • Handles sizes from postcards to 13-by-19-inch posters
  • USB, parallel, and optional wireless Jetdirect interfaces

Reviews (4)

1-0 out of 5 stars Not for Scrapbookers!
If you are thinking of buying this printer because of the capability of printing on 12 x 12 inch paper for scrapbooking, DO NOT PLAN TO USE IT TO PRINT PHOTOS. The photo quality is actually worse than my old 3-color, HP 700 series printer. The horizontal markings from the printing are so bad it looks like you have printed on corragated cardboard. The image quality is fuzzy, and the colors are not true-to-life.

1-0 out of 5 stars absolute lemon
I probably have as much experience with 11x17 capable color printers as anyone in the world and I've got to say this is easily the most difficult and unsatisfactory printer I have ever dealt with. HP's last 11x17 product (1220c) had amazing print quality, was faster, and lasted me for 3 solid years of heavy use. By contrast, the 9650 is MUCH slower for "best" print setting and MIND BOGGLINLY SLOW for its "maximum DPI" setting...try 35minutes for an 11x17 plot. Unacceptable. Not to mention that my printer is now broken and wont print at all.

2-0 out of 5 stars Expensive, slow, and an ink hog as well
I don't normally buy HP printers but was looking for a speedy model for use in a work environment and was told this would be a good fit. First off, if there's a slower printer on the market today I would be amazed. My 4 year old Epson 880 will print 3-4 pages per minute faster than this unit, and the prints look far better on the Epson. Have not found 13x19 paper so I cant say how this works. The ink cartridges run out too fast to be of any use. For the price there aren't any good reasons to buy this unit. There has to be better large format printers out there, keep looking.

3-0 out of 5 stars Always a fight to get a print out of it.
I love my HP deskjet 5550 printer for high quality photo prints. The 9650 sounded like the same system with a larger paper size. It's not. HP doesn't make 13x19 photo paper and this printer doesn't want to feed other brands. The ink consumption is high, but the ink cartridges are the same size as for smaller printers - a $60 set of cartridges is good for about 10 pics! When the ink cartridges are low, annoying warning messages pop up on the screen of my WindowsME PC and come back again as soon as I dismiss them (have to find the Task Bar icon, right click and pick EXIT) - this is Bill Gates kind of helpful! Right now I can't print or communicate with the printer because it's busy flashing low-ink error lights (on my 5550 I can get many good 8x10 pics out after the first ink warning). It's a fight to get a print every time I use this printer. If you like Epson colors (I don't - they're too red for me) get one of theirs. ... Read more


135. HP Toner for the LJ4600 (Cyan)
by Hewlett Packard
list price: $276.00
our price: $204.69
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Asin: B0000696PX
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Hewlett Packard
Sales Rank: 4990
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136. HP Pavilion dv1040us 14.0" Notebook PC (Intel Pentium M Processor 725 (Centrino), 512 MB RAM, 60 GB Hard Drive)
by Hewlett Packard Office
list price: $1,916.00
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Asin: B00064NXIQ
Catlog: Personal Computer
Manufacturer: Hewlett Packard Office
Sales Rank: 27
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Amazon.com Product Description

The perfect blend of mobility, style, and performance, the HP dv1040us will become the center of your digital entertainment universe, whether at home, at school, or on the road. It features a 1.6 GHz Intel Centrino processor, which offers energy saving battery efficiency. It also has a 60 GB hard drive, 512 MB of installed RAM, 54g Wi-Fi connectivity, a 14-inch display, and a DVD+R/RW and CD-R/RW combo drive.

The Basics

  • Hard Drive: Though not world-beating in size, the 60 GB enhanced-IDE hard drive offers more than enough capacity for storing documents and productivity software for road warriors.
  • Processor: The 1.6 GHz Pentium M (Centrino) processor is at the high end of the spectrum and will be fast enough for gaming and multimedia applications. The Pentium M processor is designed specifically for low-power mobile usage, and it features the latest in power-saving technologies--ensuring you push your battery and productivity to the max. The dv1040us has a large 2 MB L2 cache and a 400 MHz front-side bus.
  • Memory: The 512 MB of built-in memory (2 x 256 MB, 266 MHz, DDR SDRAM) 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)--a must for taking full advantage of this notebook's multimedia capabilities.
  • CD/DVD Drive: It is equipped with a combo DVD+/-RW and CD-RW drive. For DVD-RW discs, it has a 1x write/rewrite speed, while for DVD+RW discs it has a 2x write/rewrite speed (DVDs are read at 5x). For CDs, it has a 16x write/8x rewrite/24x read speed.
  • Keyboard & Mouse: This notebook has a standard 85-key keyboard and electro-static two-button touchpad.
Sound and Graphics
Enjoy high-definition content playback with the 14-inch WXGA BrightView LCD. Its 15:9 aspect ratio and 1280 x 768 resolution provides the same widescreen film picture size as a standard 15 XGA screen. Thedv1040us also features the integrated Intel Extreme Graphics 2 video/graphics card, 16-bit Sound Blaster Pro-compatible audio, and internal Harman Kardon speakers.

Connectivity and Expansion Slots
This dv1040us model has an integrated 802.11g wireless LAN (which is compatible with the more widespread 802.11b and offers faster data transmission rates). You get a decent--but not overpowering--offering of connectivity options, including FireWire:

  • 3 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) ports for connecting digital video camcorders and other peripherals
  • 1 VGA monitor port
  • 1 PCMCIA (or PC Card) slot (Type I/II)
  • 1 headphone jack and 1 microphone jack
  • 6-in-1 integrated Digital Media Reader for Secure Digital cards, MultiMediaCard, Memory Stick, Memory Stick Pro, SmartMedia or xD-Picture cards
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). It also has a hot-swappable bay for adding an optional optical drive or second battery.

Preloaded System and Software
This system comes with the Windows XP Home Edition operating system, and it also features Microsoft Works (for working with word processing and spreadsheet documents). Other preloaded software includes Microsoft Money, Norton Antivirus 2004 (with 60-day LiveUpdate subscription), Adobe Acrobat Reader, Encarta Plus, HP Image Zone Plus, InterVideo WinDVD Creator and Home Theater, Muvee autoProducer, Sonic RecordNow, and Apple iTunes.

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
At just 5.33 pounds, the dv1040us notebook can can go anywhere without weighing you down. It measures 13.15 x 9.24 x 1.18 inches (L x W x H)

Power
It's powered by a 6-cell rechargeable lithium-ion battery, which provides an average of battery life of around 2 hours (depending on usage).

What's in the Box
This package contains the HP Pavilion dv1040us notebook PC, rechargeable lithium-ion battery, AC adapter, and operating instructions. It is backed by a one-year limiited hardware warranty. ... Read more


137. HP 55 15" CRT Monitor
list price: $199.99
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Asin: B00005NVPS
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Hewlett Packard
Sales Rank: 33789
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Amazon.com Product Description

Ideal for students or back-office applications, the HP 55 is a CRT monitor offering solid reliability and exceptional value. Its compact size is a definite bonus where space is at a premium, and the combination of 0.28mm dot pitch, 1024 x 768 resolution, and 60 HZ refresh rate guarantee crisp detail and clear color separation with barely noticeable flicker. The anti-glare, anti-static hard coating provides a bright picture under less than ideal lighting conditions, and the simple 15-pin connection needs only a few moments for installation. HP includes a one-year warranty covering parts and service. ... Read more

Features

  • Energy-Star compliant
  • Maximum resolution of 1024 x 768
  • 0.28 mm dot pitch
  • 13.8-inch viewable screen size
  • Completely plug & play

138. HP Pavilion a210n Desktop PC (2.50-GHz Celeron, 256 MB RAM, 80 GB Hard Drive,DVD-ROM Drive, CD-RW Drive)
by Hewlett Packard

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Asin: B0000A277A
Catlog: Personal Computer
Manufacturer: Hewlett Packard
Sales Rank: 77
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Ultra-affordable but lacking the power and perks of a mid- or high-level unit, the HP Pavilion a210n Desktop PC is built for folks who don't want or don't need to drop a lot of dough on state-of-the-art equipment. Distinct from the entry-level Pavilion a200n by virtue of its larger hard disk and DVD playing capabilities, the Pavilion a210n won't appease those who constantly strain their computer with processor-intensive applications or the latest 3-D games, but is otherwise a solid choice for the budget-conscious user.

At the heart of the Pavilion a210n lies a 2.5 GHz Intel Celeron processor. HP has matched this budget-conscious CPU with 256 MB of PC2100 DDR SDRAM, an integrated Intel Extreme graphics chipset with 64 MB of shared (not dedicated) memory, and a surprisingly large 80 GB hard disk. Other data handling tools include a 3.5-inch diskette drive for older or smaller applications and backup needs, a CD-RW drive through which you can play and burn audio CDs and archive information, and a DVD-ROM drive for watching movies.

The Pavilion a210n package does not include a display or speakers, nor does it feature an IEEE 1394 FireWire port (normally used for fast data movement to and from external devices such as digital camcorders). It is equipped with a half dozen high-speed USB 2.0 ports for speedy interaction with plug and play peripherals, a two-button PS/2 scrolling mouse and a convenient HP Multimedia keyboard. Connectivity options include a low-speed 56K modem and a 10/100Base-T networking interface for high-speed e-communications.

The impressive bundled software package features such useful applications as WordPerfect Productivity Pack 2002, WordPerfect 10 and Quattro Pro 10, Intuit Quicken New Users Edition, InterVideo's WinDVD DVD player, and the Windows XP Home Edition operating system. ... Read more


139. HP PhotoSmart P1000 Printer
list price: $199.99
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Asin: B000063W9A
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Hewlett Packard
Sales Rank: 28783
Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Review

While kids may coo over carnival-colored units, you'll be impressed by the substantial, professional demeanor of the gunmetal black Hewlett-Packard PhotoSmart P1000 printer. It connects to your PC and also directly accepts CompactFlash Type I/II or SmartMedia from your digital camera. Plus, it offers fast, photo-quality printing and HP PhotoREt technology.

A compact desktop printer designed to be a companion to PCs, the HP PhotoSmart P1000 can print images from your digital camera without the use of a computer, and you can begin printing moments after opening the box. The printer control panel allows a great deal of control with just a few options. We loved the infrared port, which allowed us to transfer photos directly to the printer (requires a digital camera that is infrared capable.) The Quick Success setup poster gave all the basics, clearly illustrated for the fastest no-fuss installation. For more detailed explanations and troubleshooting, the user's guide was thorough and easy to understand. The distinct LCD display made choosing which photos to print, how many, and in what size logical, with just a quick tap of soft pad buttons. To print from your computer is no more difficult--just a couple steps away--than to connect the cables and install the software.

HP printers are designed to be easy to set up and get you straight to work, and the P1000 is no exception. In our tests, this unit delivered great photos in crisp color combined with flexible and dependable operation. When using CompactFlash Type I/II or SmartMedia, our photos had clean, true colors on any paper and especially on photo paper. Offering a maximum resolution of 2,400 dpi, we enjoyed getting fast copies of our prints--up to 8.5 pages per minute for color photos (and 11 ppm black text). You can store photos on your computer for many other uses, such as e-mail and sharing albums on Web sites.

Solidly built and durably designed, the P1000 includes an adaptable 100-page-capacity paper tray and a print-cancel button. The P1000 printer provides great results on all types of media, ably providing professional quality and crisp clean black text on regular paper, photo paper, envelopes, transparencies, labels, and more. It also improves your work environment with its compact size and quiet operation. Even in small workspaces, at just 18 by 15 by 8 inches, it fits into your life, your home workstation, or small office. Hewlett-Packard also backs this printer with a one-year warranty and HP online support. ... Read more

Features

  • Supports compatible infrared cameras, PDAs, and notebooks for wireless printing
  • Accepts your digital camera's CompactFlash or SmartMedia--no PC required
  • Up to 2,400 x 1,200 resolution on photo paper
  • Exclusive HP PhotoREt color layering technology for sharp, accurate color
  • Prints up to 11 ppm in black, 8.5 ppm in color

Reviews (12)

3-0 out of 5 stars Ok printer for the price
I bought this printer 3 years ago. It works great. The only problems are: the power cord has a short in it, the ink is pricy, not enough memory, freezes up, and sometimes will print lines or it will smear. I like HP printers and think I will stick with HP for a long time. I am going to up-grade to the HP laserjet 4050N or 1300N because of our home network. I think this model has some defects but in the newer printers HP has fixed them.

2-0 out of 5 stars Good prints... bad compatibility
I've had the P1000 for a couple of years.Worked great with WindowsME.After installing XP on my desktop I had to reinstall the printer software to get it to work.Just got a new laptop and it doesn't work at all.. in fact, the P1000 causes my Dell Inspiron to crash whenever I disconnect the USB cable.When the cable is connected the laptop never recognizes the printer.

1-0 out of 5 stars bad usb connection on P1000
I really liked this printer when I first got it about 3 years ago.Sure it was loud and a little slow, but it printed pretty good.Well, after about 1 1/2 years of VERY light duty, I all of a sudden start getting error messages on my PC telling me the printer is not connected to the computer.First I changed the cord to no avail, then I tried different open USB ports on my computer, so it ends up I just have to position the USB cable perfectly to the back of the P1000 to get it to work.At least it would still work, right? Well that got me by for about six months and now it just will not connect at all.Now my HP P1000 has a nice new home in the trashcan and I'm giving Canon a try.If HP puts as much thought into printers as they do computers I definetely don't want to buy another HP product again...

4-0 out of 5 stars photograph printing
If you are looking for a home photo-quality printer (not pro quality- but good enough form me), for a decent price.This is your printer.
I can print 8X10's that come out with amazing results.I even use my scanner to print from the negatives and the photos print out better than my local store (I am not comparing to 1-hour development, I am comparing a local specialty store with an amazing reputation).
Just make sure to use (and of course set the printer) to high quality photopaper, and you will see amazing results.
I bought this printer a few years ago and have never had a problem with it.I don't know if the newer versions are better, but I can't say a bad word about this printer.

5-0 out of 5 stars Money well spent!
I've tried two Lexmark printers: Z51 and Z53.The Z51 was so-so and the Z53 was pretty good.However, both sucked ink faster than Dracula sucks blood.

The P1000 prints incredible pictures without draining the cartridge as quickly as the Lexmarks did.

IMHO, this is the best printer you can buy for the price.Cartridges are expensive but refill kits aren't...and the refilled cartridges print as well as the originals.

You will NOT be disappointed!! ... Read more


140. HP OfficeJet 7130 All-in-One Multifunction
by Hewlett Packard
list price: $595.00
our price: Too low to display
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Asin: B00008SB0C
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Hewlett Packard
Sales Rank: 8626
Average Customer Review: 3.73 out of 5 stars
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With a wealth of built-in features not commonly found in such affordable office machines, the OfficeJet 7130 provides speedily reliable printing and copying, along with simple faxing and quality scanning. With automatic duplex printing and copying, the machine starts off saving your money on consumables. Black pages print out at 22 pages per minute; color pages arrive at 18 pages per minute. A standard printing resolution of 2,400 x 1,200 dpi provides outstanding clarity and legible details, even in the finest print sections of your documents.

Color faxing includes one-touch broadcasting, speed dial options, spam fax filters, and a 50-sheet automatic feeder, allowing you to send lengthy faxes without hovering over the machine. As a scanner, the 7130 allows you to bypass your PC, inserting digital camera memory sticks directly into the provided slots for instant imaging. With 48-bit color and a maximum 1,200 x 4,800 dpi scanning resolution, you'll get crisp detail and impressively vivid tones. HP also included a one-year warranty covering parts and service. ... Read more

Features

  • Print, scan, copy, and fax
  • Print or copy at 22 ppm black; 18 ppm color
  • Built-in memory-card slots for digital cameras
  • Standard automatic 2-sided duplex printing
  • USB interface; PC and Mac compatible; 1-year warranty

Reviews (22)

5-0 out of 5 stars Absolutely great! How did we live without it??? A+++++
We use this in our home as our primary printer, digital camera card reader, copier, fax, and color scanner. The auto page feeder is incredible and it prints on both sides. It even prints 2 to 12 reduced pages on the same page if you like! The print quality is great and the versatility of the unit was a great surprise for us. Features we really like:
> Double-sided feeder and printing
> Reads digital camera cards and prints a proof sheet that you scan back in to print your photos
> Large range for reducing and enlarging
> Walk-up copying
> Scan to a number of packages on your PC. Select which package from the on-printer menu or from the desktop
> Set deafult print, copy, scan, photo options on the desktop
> Copies photos to a directory of your choice
> Great faxing options with auto-detect / auto-answer
> Great power-save mode (power-save mode stays on when you print!)
> Accepts HP JetDirect for networking

Great stuff for the price!

2-0 out of 5 stars Mixed bag
My last HP Printer was the OfficeJet 1150c that never gave me any problems. I finally donated it after 6 loyal years to purchase the HP 7130xi because I expect the same great performance.

The HP OfficeJet 7130 printer has way more options than one would need! I love the improved photo quality and quietness of the printer, but I did run into the issues below...

As for things folks should watch out for:

1 - The Automatic Paper Feeder (APF) wasn't assembled correctly on my unit and I've been waiting 3 months for HP to send replacement parts (4 calls to TS so far). So for now I can only manually scan ;(

2 - The memory slot reader is nice, but it seems to have problems with large SD/MMC cards (64mb & 128mb). The transfer speed slows to a crawl so I end up using a USB card reader instead.

3 - Printer cartridges ink level can be checked online, but it will keep printing a large spool file even if it should stop. I ran out of color ink and wanted to switch to printing in greyscale mode (black ink only) and it wouldn't let me. You have to have enough of both inks to start new jobs.

4 - Don't stockpile ink cartridges. HP has some kind of expiration date that the printer won't honor after their expiration date. The cartridges that came with the printer are good for slighlty more than 1 year. You can check your expiration dates on the status page. I think they do this to prevent folks from refilling or buying re-manufactured cartridges.

5 - Adobe Acrobat 6's "Scan to PDF" feature doesn't seem to work with this printer. My guess is that since both products are new they weren't tested together. I hope Adobe & HP can work together to get full Acrobat support for the 7130 in a future update from either company.

Haven't used the fax feature so I can't comment.

4-0 out of 5 stars Works well with a few quirks
Had this printer for about a month now - all the features work well, high quality printing, clear and fast copying, good fax. However there are a few problems:

* You can duplex copy a document using the front panel buttons (i.e copy a double sided page without feeding it through twice) but you cannot duplex scan into the computer - so if you have a double sided document you want to scan, you have to scan each side manually. This is a restriction in the driver the scanner could do this but HP chose to artificially restrict it.

* Printing is very expensive using HP cartridges and they run out very fast. Thankfully there are alternatives:

- Refill kits, the one made by www.inktec.com is the best - but still pretty complex to use.

- 3rd party cartridges - AFAIK inktecshop are the only people to sell them at present, see -

(...)

* This unit is HUGE. Don't count on being able to put it on your desk, we keep it on it's own table.

5-0 out of 5 stars Meets Most Of My Printing Needs
I've been using the HP OfficeJet 7130 inkjet printer for close to 1 year now. I am quite pleased with it. The features and printing performance meet most of my printing needs.

This printer replaces a 10+ year old Apple LaserWriter II laser printer. The resolution and versatility and color capability well justify the cost, which was actually less than the LaserWriter. I use an eMac with the Panther version (10.3.3) operating system and everything works very well.

When I encountered a problem installing an updated driver (after upgrading from Jaguar to Panther) I posted the problem on the HP website. Within a few hours HP promptly sent me detailed instructions which I followed and resolved the problem.

I frequently send and receive faxes and this printer has worked flawlessly, with excellent quality even on the normal quality setting. I especially appreciate the two-sided printing feature, which is great for creating documentation or reducing paper waste. Scanning, copying and printing all work marvelously.

It would be great if this printer supported CD printing like some of the Epson printers do (Epson Stylus Photo R300, for example). But the Epson printers don't deliver as much overall value as this good looking HP printer does.

1-0 out of 5 stars The FAX from this machine sucks
This is an ok machine, if you don't need it to send faxes. I bought three of them at the same time since; one machine was for me, the other to my brother and the third one to my dad. Since my brother doesn't use this machine to send faxes, the only thing he complains is that the black copy and printing (taking into consideration the different levels of quality) of this machine is actually slower than the previous machine he had earlier (HP 950c). However, my dad and I are pretty disappointed with the HP 7130. Every time we send a fax, there are error messages and it fails to send it. It takes forever to send a fax that actually reaches the desired location. We probably have operated in the past about 12 different fax machines, and I can tell you without doubts, HP 7130 IS THE WORSE FAX MACHINE I have ever encountered ... Read more


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