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161. HP ScanJet 8250 Document Scanner
$499.95 list($699.99)
162. HP iPAQ 5455 Pocket PC
$180.00 list($367.99)
163. HP PSC 2410 Multifunction
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164. HP Z545 Digital Entertainment
$425.99 $380.00 list()
165. HP L1702 17" LCD Monitor (P9621D#ABA,
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166. HP DeskJet 6127 Color Printer
$180.00
167. HP iPAQ Pocket PC rz1710 ( FA289A#ABA
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168. HP ScanJet 3670 Digital Flatbed
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169. HP C9732A Yellow Smart Print Toner
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170. Hewlett Packard K60 OfficeJet
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171. HP Pavilion zd8080us 17" Notebook
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172. HP CP1700ps Color Inkjet Printer
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173. Hewlett Packard ScanJet 4400Cxi
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174. Hewlett-Packard Model Q2671A Cyan
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175. HP DeskJet 9680 Printer
$299.99 list($339.43)
176. Hewlett Packard DVD300e 4x2.4x8
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177. HP LaserJet 1320nw Monochrome
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178. HP SB21 Digital Video Projector
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179. HP DeskJet 990Cse Printer
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180. HP LaserJet 4250 Monochrome Printer

161. HP ScanJet 8250 Document Scanner
by Hewlett Packard
list price: $1,003.00
our price: Too low to display
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B00009X7EU
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Hewlett Packard
Sales Rank: 2629
Average Customer Review: 2.25 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

HP's ScanJet 8250 flatbed scanner was designed with the serious user in mind. With the ability to scan items up to 8.5 x 14 inches in size, multiple 35 mm negatives and slides using the built-in transparent materials adapter, or even up to 25 double-sided document pages unattended with the included document feeder, the ScanJet 8250 can handle virtually any task.

High 4,800 dpi optical resolution and 48-bit color combine together to deliver professional quality results every time. Plus, you can by-pass your computer keyboard and use the six one-touch buttons to copy, save, or e-mail your scanned images, and more.

PC and Mac compatible, the 8250 comes with everything you'll need to get set up, including a handy bundle of imaging tools and software. The ScanJet 8250 comes backed by a one-year warranty.

What's in the Box
HP ScanJet 8250, HP ScanJet automatic document feeder, transparent materials adapter, USB cable, external power adapter, user's manual, TWAIN driver, CD-ROMs with software for Microsoft Windows and Macintosh [HP Photo & Imaging software with Share-to-Web software and HP Memories Disc Creator, HP ScanJet copy utility, suite of electronic help tools (includes paper manual), NewSoft Presto! BizCard Reader, IRIS ReadIris Pro, Adobe PhotoShop Elements, Adobe Acrobat Reader (Windows only)] ... Read more

Features

  • Up to 4,800 dpi resolution, 48-bit color
  • 4-second preview scans; 6 designated one-touch buttons
  • Built-in transparent-materials adapter for slides and film
  • Auto document feeder
  • 1-year warranty; PC and Mac compatible

Reviews (4)

1-0 out of 5 stars HP ScanJet 8250 - Document feeder jams too much
Don't buy this product if you really need the document scanner to scan photos. It consistantly jams and misaligns photos. The software included and other scanning functions work great, but the document loader is not good for photos.

1-0 out of 5 stars Avoid like the plague
The main problem with this scanner is its below average scanning software. The scanning area of the preview is a mere 15% of the screen (and if you'd like a close up, prepare for a rescan of the document!). And forget about using a third party scanning applications, nobody but HP will be able to use this piece of junk.

Contrast in the scans are by default bad, making the content of the document difficult to read. You can adjust the contrast in the first page (although it is a time consuming process, and since the document scan is a mere 15% of the total screen area, you are left second guessing the optimal settings). But believe it or not, by the time you scan your second page, the settings will go back to default, forcing you to readjust them.

If you think you can scan a document to a third party application and manipulate it with it via TWAIN (such as Windows Imaging), and save yourself the pain of having to deal with HP Scan, think again. You will end up with a beautiful picture of THE LAST PAGE ("oh yes, this is by design" - HP Technician).

The ADF is prone to paperjams, and they are tough and time consuming to clear. Only the smoothest paper will allow pass through without problems.

I open a case with HP support (case no. 7161364157). They told me a technician would call back (this was a month ago). Still waiting for the call.

HP really dropped the ball with this twinky. If you are planning to buy a document scanner, this is not the way to go. If you are planning to buy a photograph scanner, I suggest one of Epson's Perfection scanners, and save yourself 500 dolars worth of junk.

5-0 out of 5 stars Previous Reviewer Needs Correction
After reading the review "correction and complaint" I was trying to figure out where this person was coming from. He/she is incorrect on all their points.

1) The color rendition is incredible and looks nearly identical to the item scanned.

2) You do not have to choose the image size. When I scan a letter document, the scanner knows it. And when I scan a legal document, it knows that too. I don't even know how to trick the thing.

3) As for the grayscale having to be chosen every time: Under "scan settings" you can choose your default settings. You can tell it to default to 1 bit or 8 bit grayscale, or many different color options. This will be the default setting if you elect not to change them every time you scan.

I wonderered if this reviewer had just opened the box and didn't bother to read the manual or play with the software settings before posting. Or maybe he's a Canon person.

Oh well. Just thought I'd dispell some untruths on the scanjet 8250. In my opinion and use, it has been a great, full featured scanner!

2-0 out of 5 stars correction and complaint
The technical data is wrong. The scanning area is 8 1/2 by 14. The auto document feeder scans both sides.
The color scans are below average. It's amazing how distorted and super saturated the colors are, considering the price. It took me hours to fiddle with all the slide bars and dials to come up with an image that more closely represents that actual colors of the image. It took 5 seconds for my $80 Canon flatbed to come up with an almost perfect image. You would think at this price, HP would have spent a little more time fine tuning the software. When scanning on the HP, you have to choose the size of the image every time you use the auto feeder otherwise everything comes out legal size. The default choice is true color, it is necessary to choose grayscale for every scan if black and white documents are going to be scanned. Now let me figure this out, this scanner is aimed at offices primarily for document scans and grayscale has to be chosen every time? The color scanning is so poor, why is it the default if that is not what this scanner is made for. I have to pick grayscale every time I scan. That is a hassle. You can make a custom profile that can be programmed to the buttons on the front of the scanner, but the buttons don't work for Paperport which comes with the scanner. The auto feeder only reads one side at a time. It flips the pages over and reads the other side. It is cool to watch, but I wonder how long the intricate workings of this mechanism will last... The pages have to be reasonably sturdy and thick otherwise the papers jam and everything has to be rescanned. ... Read more


162. HP iPAQ 5455 Pocket PC
by Hewlett Packard
list price: $699.99
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B00007B6RX
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Hewlett Packard
Sales Rank: 3657
Average Customer Review: 3.24 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

Early Adopters Pick: December 2002. The first and only Pocket PC handheld PDA with integrated wireless LAN (802.11b), Bluetooth technology, and biometric fingerprint security.

The powerful HP iPAQ H5455 Pocket PC features a 400 MHz Intel XScale processor, 64 MB RAM, 48 MB flash ROM, and a Secure Digital memory slot for additional memory. Its display is a color transflective TFT LCD, 3.78-inch, low-power, 16-bit touch screen, capable of displaying more than 65,000 colors with 240 x 320 resolution and .24 mm dot pitch.

The H5455 is a ready-to-go wireless solution with universal remote control and Bluetooth technology capability, along with cool applications such as WEB, instant messaging, MP3, and online games. It's also compatible with popular Microsoft applications such as Outlook, Word, and Excel.

Programs installed on the Pocket PC include: Microsoft Windows CE, Calendar, Contacts, Tasks, Voice Recorder, Notes, Pocket Word, Pocket Excel, Pocket Internet Explorer, Windows Media Player 8 (for playing MP3 files), Calculator, Solitaire, Inbox (for e-mail), Microsoft Reader (for reading eBooks), File Explorer, MSN Messenger, Terminal Services Client, VPN Client, Infrared Beaming, Clock, Align Screen, Infrared Beaming Memory, Volume Control, iPAQ Task Manager, iPAQ File Store, iPAQ Backup, and iPAQ Image Viewer.

The iPAQ H5455 comes with a slim removable battery, a USB synchronization cable, an AC adapter, a charging adapter (tethered to the AC adapter), a quick-start user's guide, and an HP iPAQ Pocket PC companion CD-ROM (with Microsoft Outlook 2000, ActiveSync 3.5, add-on applications, and reference guide).

The H5455 comes with a one-year limited warranty.

What's in the box

  • HP iPAQ Pocket PC
  • Slim Removable Battery
  • Protective Cover Pack
  • Universal Cradle for either Universal Serial Bus (USB) or serial connection
  • Extra Stylus
  • AC Adapter
  • Charging Adapter (tethered to the AC Adapter)
  • USB synchronization cable
  • Quick-start user's guide
  • HP iPAQ Pocket PC companion CD-ROM (with Microsoft Outlook 2000, ActiveSync 3.5, add-on applications, and reference guide)
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Features

  • Dazzling Transflective TFT color liquid crystal display
  • Removable/rechargeable 1250 mAh Lithium Polymer battery
  • Secure Digital memory card slot for transferring and storing music, picture and more
  • Integrated Wireless LAN 802.11b, Bluetooth, biometric fingerprint reader
  • What's in the box: HP iPAQ Pocket PC, Slim Removable Battery, Protective Cover Pack, Universal Cradle, Extra Stylus, AC and Charging Adapter, USB cable, user's guide, HP iPAQ Pocket PC companion CD-ROM

Reviews (38)

2-0 out of 5 stars It works some of the time, but not useful
As a current RIM Blackberry user, I was looking forward to getting my IPAQ. Its a neat unit with a great screen, but I have two issues:

1. Its not reliable - requires hard resets occasionally, does not sync up occasionally, does strange things, battery life is low. Learn how to do a hard reset and try one whenever strange things occur (like the battery seems dead).
2. Its not that useful. Mail and calendar have to be synced up with corporate Outlook thru docking or bluetooth - no use of wifi or internet. Text entry via stylus or on screen keyboard is clumsy. Screen is not big enough for real web browsing. Unit is large and hard to carry on belt. Documentation is poor - you have a pile of brochures and addendums and a hardware manual on CD. Adding any communication technology, eg cellular, requires a bulky sleeve.

Overall, it does not represent value for $ for me. However, I am comparing it to a RIM Blackberry that works with my company's enterprise email and calendar so your results may vary.

Update: Had to return the unit. Too many resets and restores from disk, too many problems - not worth the hassle. This is not ready for prime time yet.

4-0 out of 5 stars Good Value/Powerful Pocket PC
These guys who are palm lovers just have a hard time switching to the Pocket PC! I am a switcher. The transition was tough at first back a couple of years ago. The Palm OS is surely faster and more user friendly but has much less to offer. This IPAQ is a powerful one and the screen quality, handwritting recognition and wifi options are unmatched by any Palm device. I have not found much use yet for the Bluetooth and the security features are good but I don't know that I need them. Still, what a great tool for word processing, spreadsheets, web surfing and more. Lighten up Palm boy!

2-0 out of 5 stars Big problems for the $$ - otherwise it could be great.
I purchased the iPaq 5455 one year ago, directly from HP when it first hit the market, paying $649 plus $200 for a 3 year top of the line warranty. I have had several problems with the unit. Starting with the display on the unit going out only after a month or two of receiving it. The next problem was with the battery loosing its charge. Most recently, I have been having the recurring problem of the unit locking up not powering on. And like others, I have never been able to sync my info wirelessly.

I have placed several calls to tech support. I have troubleshooted the unit while on the phone with them and even sent the unit in for repair a month ago, in which I did not get a replacement unit, although my extended warranty states that I should. I received the unit back from repair and the documentation stated that no parts were replaced. Knowing that I definitely had a problem with the unit, I called tech support to see what was repaired. I was told a big lie that the battery was changed and the ENC part was replaced. Looking at my unit now, I see that it is the same battery that I had when I sent it in for repair.

Thinking that all was fixed with my unit, I downloaded all of my information. The next day I experienced the same problem with the unit not powering on with the power button. I placed another call to tech support in which the tech and myself troubleshooted the unit. The tech told me to hard boot my unit which erased all of my data. I was told not to install the one 3rd party software that I had installed to monitor the situation. I once again reinstalled my information without the 3rd party software. Again, my unit would not power on. Again, I called tech support and angrily described my situation.

Finally, the tech tells me that I will be sent a REFURBISHED unit. I received the refurbished unit two days ago and encountered the same problem once I loaded all of my data on to it. HP tech support has you to hard reset the unit to erase all data, which appears to make the unit work properly, but once the data is loaded, the problems begin. Today I called tech support and told them I am returning the refurbished replacement unit and keeping my original to see what their customer care department does to satisfy me.

I purchased the unit because I felt it would be an asset to my busy professional life, but it has been nothing but a hassle. I have sent several email complaints to HP customer support and finally to the CEO Carly Fiorina. I got a reply email from her address stating that someone would be in contact with me.

Each call and every email, I have gotten the same script of "we apologize for your inconvenience". The tech support department located in India is very unhelpful and they speak to you as if you were an idiot.

The unit has some slick features, but right now I am very dissatisfied and frustrated.

1-0 out of 5 stars Not good
I got the HP5455 2 months ago. The battery life is horrible, interface is awkward, and form-factor too large.... After dealing with the thing for 2 months, I've spent another $500 to replace it with a new palm (which I love). Stay away from the HP5455.

3-0 out of 5 stars Excellent features but the battery died after 4 months
The HP iPAQ 5455 Pocket PC has some very good features as you would have seen in other reviews but the 2 things I did not like about it are:
(1)I never got the biometric reader to work.
(2)The battery died after 4 months of use, it did not even switch on when I installed the expansion pack (which was an additional expense)

The bottom line: buy a cheaper model without the biometric reader and save some money. ... Read more


163. HP PSC 2410 Multifunction
by Hewlett Packard
list price: $367.99
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B0000C9ZJW
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Hewlett Packard
Average Customer Review: 3.35 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

The HP PSC 2410 offers a convenient solution to virtually any desktop task. Use it to print, copy, scan, or fax in full color. It even lets you print and share photos directly from your digital camera's memory card or print frame-by-frame sequences from digital video clips. You print handy photo proof sheets for image selection, or you can preview images on the 2.5-inch color LCD. The unit has four memory card slots for compatibility with most digital cameras. Optimal photo output is achieved through optional six-color printing with the addition of an HP 58 photo inkjet print cartridge. Print images with or without borders on glossy or matte finish photo paper (HP photo paper sampler included).

Basic print and copy speeds are up to 21 ppm for black text and up to 15 ppm for color (14 ppm for copying). Maximum resolution for black prints and copies can reach 1,200 dpi, 600 dpi for color copies, and 4,800 x 1,200-optimized dpi for color prints (depending on input). Fax resolution can reach 200 x 200 dpi via a built-in 33 Kbps fax modem with speeds up to 3 seconds per page in both black and color. The HP PSC 2410 offers a fax/PC interface, 60 speed-dial numbers, and a 50-page memory. Scanning tasks are directly linked to the included photo and imaging software, enabling interpolated scan resolutions of up to 19,200 dpi (1,200 x 2,400 dpi hardware) in full 48-bit color for items up to 8.5 by 11 inches (letter size).

The HP PSC 2410 offers USB connectivity (cable not included) and is compatible with both PC and Mac operating systems. It comes backed by a one-year warranty on parts and labor.

What's in the Box
HP PSC 2410 PhotoSmart all-in-one, HP 56 black inkjet print cartridge (19 ml), HP 57 tri-color inkjet print cartridge (17 ml), HP Photo & Imaging software and HP Memories Disc Creator on CD-ROM, setup poster, reference guide, power supply and power cord, phone cord, HP photo paper sampler, HP photo paper storage bag; USB cable not included ... Read more

Features

  • Color copier, scanner, printer, and fax machine; up to 21 ppm print speed
  • Prints from CompactFlash, SmartMedia, Memory Stick, SD/MultiMedia and xD-Picture cards
  • Up to 4,800 x 1,200 dpi optimized print resolution
  • HP Photo & Imaging and other software titles
  • USB interface, PC and Mac compatible

Reviews (37)

4-0 out of 5 stars Great printer, but the software and tech support needs work
I purchased the 2410Xi last month because I could not believe what an amazing multi-function printer you got for so little money. Plus, my experience with HP printers has always been of the highest quality, so I tend to prefer them over other brands when I can afford them. Setup of the printer itself was amazingly simple. Setup of the software was another matter, here is what happened:

1. I could not install the software initially because I did not have 1GB of free space on my C: drive. I mainly use C: for Windows system files, and I try to keep all my data and programs on G: for safety purposes.
2. After un-installing some of my favourite applications from C: and re-installing them to G:, I managed to clear just enough space for the install program to be happy. Specifying an alternate drive was never an option, which is ridiculous in this day and age.
3. The install program crashed with an access denied error, so I used HP's recover option and reversed the installation. FYI: I was performing the install as ADMINISTRATOR.
4. I did some research and found out that this is a common error and you have to go into your registry to alter security settings for the installation to work.
5. After doing this, I ran the install again and received a different error pointing to one of the sub-program installation tasks failing because of a memory error. At this point I call tech support.
6. Tech support is a young lady in India reading from a web page. We'll call her Reena for the purposes of this document. Reena tells me not to use the Recovery option when the install fails because she is going to have me uninstall everything by hand.
7. I follow all her steps, only to find once again that the install program won't work because I now don't have 1GB of space on C: again. I asked her what happened to my free space, and why her uninstall didn't get back the space that HP had used up. She did not understand what I said and said I had to call Microsoft to learn how to free up space on my computer. Obviously, she is just trying to get me off the phone ASAP. So I tell her to hang on, and I delete my beloved PhotoShop from my computer just so we can continue with the installation of a printer.
8. We ran the install program another 7 or 8 times and received 2 or 3 different errors. The persistent one was a critical error, which she was unable to resolve. At this point, 3 hours later, she says that she has to go and speak to her supervisor. She comes back on the line a few minutes later and says that I have to completely reformat my system and re-install Windows XP. Obviously, this is unacceptable to me because that would take me weeks with all of my programs and data. So I ask to speak to the supervisor.
9. The supervisor, Raj, tells me that there is a problem with my CD and he has to send me another one. So I give him my address and he promises it will arrive in 2 business days. I receive a new CD one week later, the version of the software they send me is older than the one that shipped with the printer. I try the install again with the new CD and get the same error.
10. I call tech support again and get a young gentleman in Canada. He points me to a different uninstall routine and modifies it to have a 'level 4' uninstall. The system is rebooted, and we go through the install process again, and this time it actually works. It seems all those previous installs screwed up my configuration.
11. I hang up with Tech Support, and 3 seconds later the message 'StorageSync cannot access this drive. Abort, Retry, Cancel'. It seems the printer is clashing with my external SimpleTech USB hard drive. I now have to leave my SimpleTech unplugged whilst the printer is in use because it seems the printer has a drive of some kind built into it also which keeps clashing with my other external USB drive. I haven't yet plucked up the desire to call tech support again.

Having used the PSC2410 a number of times now, I can say that it is an absolute delight compared to my old Canon Multipass C5500. My old Canon used to stop printing at random times, it would refuse to recognise my print cartridges on various occasions, and I had various communication problems between it and the computer. The PSC2410 has an LCD screen and you can pretty much do everything using that and the built-in menus. The flatbed scaner is much easier to use than my old scanner which only accepted paper feeds. And the images come out as crisp and clear as the originals. As usual, HP has made a great printer, which is in my opinion the cornerstone of their company's business and deservedly so.

If you are going to install this printer on a Windows machine, follow these instructions before you do so and make sure you have a minimum of 1GB free on the C drive. If you do that, you should be OK:

http://h20015.www2.hp.com/hub_search/document.jhtml;jsessionid=5HZKIBH3T5DEJQFIKSBENZQ?reg=na&cc=us&docName=bpu00682&lc=en

I hope this saves you a week of frustration and leads to a more enjoyable experience with your shiny new printer. Having problems like this with a USB printer is quite ridiculous, and it feels like HP rushed the software to get to market quickly. Let's hope they improve technical support, and also improve the testing of their software.

4-0 out of 5 stars Great printer! Just one flaw...
One flaw: the paper type autodetect doesn't always work correctly, despite using HP paper. I finally figured out that manually selecting Normal paper fixes the s-l-o-w printing problem I was having. Another reviewer said he fixed this problem by uninstalling and reinstalling the HP software; that didn't work for me. I took off 1 star strictly for this flaw.

Outside of that it's been a great printer. Installation was trivial on WinXP Pro SP1 (Athlon 64, lots of RAM and free disk space). It's soooo nice to have printing and scanning with only 1 USB cable and 1 power plug, not to mention 1-button copying. As always, make sure you've got all the Windows Updates installed before installing the HP software and temporarily disable your virus scanner.

5-0 out of 5 stars HP products are great
My computer came with a Lexmark printer,copier,scanner,fax machine.It was junk.I still have it brand new in the box.I got this HP machine and it's great!

4-0 out of 5 stars Had no problems with this machine
I love this machine. But then again I have not yet asked it do what other posters have. I don't have a digital camera yet and I basically use it as a printer, since my 952c died and as a fax. The only thing I did not understand is that I thought i installed it properly and one day my computer treated it as if it were a new piece of hardware, when i have had this machine for about a year. I can't speak for the scanner because I bought a more sophisticated resolution-wise Hp scanner before I bought this. Overall I am happy with this machine. My only other problem with purchasing from target is that you all do not offer extended warranties, like best buy (where I bought my machine).

4-0 out of 5 stars HP psc 2410 So far, so good...
I shopped around on line and followed the advice of numerous Amazon posters. I was replacing an HP psc 950 and wanted a similar device. I narrowed my choices down to the 2410 and the 6110. They were priced equally. I finally settled on the 2410 because of the capability of viewing/printing digital photos directly. (The older 950 didn't handle MMC cards.) To get that feature with the 6000 series, you have to move up to the 7000 series and pay another $100 or more.

As a Mac user I was concerned about software. One of the reasons I replaced my trusty 950 was the fact that it was constantly giving me software problems. HP considers the 950 obsolete and is not helpful with answering software snafus. Once I purchased the 2410 I followed the advice found here and downloaded the software (6.3.4) for the 2410 from the HP website, rather than using the supplied CD (6.3.0). With a high-speed internet connection this is a breeze.

One thing that may be obvious, but no one tells you, is to uninstall the software from the old HP system first--assuming you're replacing a older HP. I did that using the 950 HP all-in-one software and it worked flawlessly--as best as I can tell so far.

My only complaint with the 2410 is similar to a complaint found in another review: it's noisy and not as solid (read heavy) as the 950 and tends to shift when it does its thing. If you can live with that, or find a way to stabilize it, I think you'll find the 2410 is good value for money. It prints and copies, scans, faxes, and does it all for less than $300. Many reviewers have complained about HP software for all-in-ones. But I noticed that most of those who complained were Windows users. HP seems to one of those companies that at least cares about us Mac users. My experience with HP software on Mac all-in-ones has been pretty positive, first with the 950 and so far with the 2410.

I have yet to see how long the ink cartridges last (an annoyance with the 950). The 2410 uses different cartridges which are about the same price as the old ones but they are "smaller" and don't appear to hold much ink. The 2410 also uses a separate cartridge for photos which the 950 did not. I haven't tried that one (HP 58) yet, but the HP 57 produced colors that were equal in quality to the HP 78 (used with the 950), as best as I can tell.

The fact that the 2410 doesn't come with a cable wasn't a concern for me since I was replacing a machine that already had one. ... Read more


164. HP Z545 Digital Entertainment Center

(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B0006GT694
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Hewlett-Packard
Sales Rank: 4072
Average Customer Review: 2.5 out of 5 stars
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Product Description

component-style chassis matches traditional A/V gear * personal video recording software with free electronic programming guide and dual TV tuners * built-in 200GB hard drive plus additional, removable 160GB drive * recordable DVD/CD drive * built-in Wi-Fi (802.11b/g) capability * ... Read more

Features

  • 16x Double Layer DVD+/-RW Drive - up to 2.4x DL DVD+R, 16x DVD+R, 8x DVD-R, 4x DVD-RW, 4x DVD+RW, 40x CD-R, 24x CD-RW, 16x DVD-ROM, 40x CD-ROM
  • ATI RADEON X300 SE 16x PCI-Express Graphics Card with 128MB DDR memory
  • Intel Pentium 4 processor 530 with HT Technology (3.0 GHz)
  • 512MB of PC3200 DDR SDRAM (expandable to 2GB)
  • 200GB 7200RPM SATA HDD + 160GB Secondary HDD = 360GB Total Storage

Reviews (4)

1-0 out of 5 stars If you want problems, buy this.
This machine touts many features and looks great.That is all that is good that can be said.I spent $1899 on this machine in November expecting it could operate as a music server, play DVDs and record TV programs.Since that time, I have had it working only for a couple of weeks.The rest of the time it has been at HP getting fixed.Even with sending the machine to HP and having a technician come to my home, the machine still does not work right.The DVD does not work, it does not support HDTV, HP Tunes is buggy software with iTunes and causes the computer to crash, the front display panel only works half the time.

If you are looking to buy this machine, my one piece of advice is "DON'T".It is a piece of JUNK!

1-0 out of 5 stars Great concept...poor engineering. Joe Technophile is right.
Joe is absolutely right. Out of the box it is love at first sight, but the honeymoon didn't last long. The fatal flaw seems to be the intense heat generated by the dual tuners and the fact being a computer, TV, radio, ITunes player and Tivo all in one the z545 is naturally "on" all day and it doesn't do well when it gets overheated. I have my machine in a rack type environment in my home theater and even after I made allowances for space above, below and on the sides and kept the cabinet door open it still got so hot DVD's would skip and today the damn thing shut down and would not come back after after 8 hours of cooling down.Tried to get help from HP but the tech knew nothing about the product and told me to Fed-Ex it back to them for evaluation and "repair" but after 9 days and many problems I lost faith and decided to return it to the retailer while I still had the option.I reall hope they get this right, but $1,999.00 is a lot to pay to be a beta tester.Maybe the z540 which has only one tuner is less vulnerable, but I don't know if I feel like taking another chance.Too bad, because like Joe said, I (and my kids) fell in love with it and wished it had worked out. Maybe next year....

3-0 out of 5 stars Was fantastic ... when it worked
I write this review with a heavy heart, because I have to admit, when it was working, I was in love with the z545.It was, hands down, the coolest piece of technology I had ever purchased.The dual DVR was phenomenal, easy to use, and produced a MUCH better picture through DVI video outputs than my Tivo Series 2 (which still can support only the awful composite video standard).Adding and viewing photos and videos was simple, DVD picture was fantastic, HP Tunes worked great.

All in all, I waas ecstatic over the z545 ... until the problems began.The first was that, when using the z545 in "computer mode" (e.g., surfing the internet, etc. through XP), the screen image was cropped off on all four sides so that the start bar, task bar, icons, etc. were all offscreen.I read all the FAQs, guides, and spent hours with HP technical support (who, to their credit, genuinely tried hard to fix the problem).Nothing worked, and ultimately the only solution HP could come up with was either to use an S-video cable in place of DVI (which would ruin the picture quality for TV and all the other non-PC options) or to turn down the resolution on my TV (a similar non-solution).I have a widescreen, 16X9 big screen rear projection HDTV, and I cannot believe that HP did not provide for its "media center" that is supposed to replace all your home theatre pieces to work with such a TV -- who do they think is buying the z545 if not a technophile home theatre buff?? -- but, alas, they could not find a solution.

Nonetheless, I might have been able to live with less with less than optimal PC performance from the z545 because all of the media center features were, in a word, phenomenal.However, even in Media Center mode, I started encountering too many glitches, e.g., the machine would freeze coming out of sleep mode, it would lock up when changing channels, and it would sometimes "change" the channel only to replace it with a blank screen while channel surfing.

These glitches were just too many and too frequent to let me keep a toy that cost me $1800.Such a shame, because when working the z545 was a dream.Five stars when it worked, but in the end just too glitchy to keep. I returned it after a week and a half and almost daily troubleshooting.In a few generations it will be a must-have product, but right now, in my experience, the reliability and stability just is not there.

5-0 out of 5 stars Impressive!
I'm extremely impressed with what HP came up with here. I'd been searching for something to centralize all my media (music, video, photos, etc) and for a PC that would be at home in my living room. This is both!
It complements my Onkyo components just fine and doesn't look at all out of place. Now I can keep everything in one unit, time shift my favorite shows, and even surf the web or play games on the big screen. Once I get a couple extenders I'll be able to access all the content from my other two TVs, and additional removable drives should allow for unlimited storage. The z545 is almost perfect. I say almost because it has nearly everything I could ask for. No-subscription PVR functions, integrated wireless, lots of storage, good integration, and full PC functionality to boot. One shortcoming: The PVR functionality does _not_ yet support HDTV. I've heard that won't be available until next year's models. Also it controls cable/satellite boxes via infrared so be careful if you have a satellite box with an RF remote instead of IR. Even so, I'd highly recommend it.
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165. HP L1702 17" LCD Monitor (P9621D#ABA, White)
by Hewlett Packard Office

our price: $425.99
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Asin: B0000A2QAS
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Hewlett Packard Office
Sales Rank: 10330
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Features

  • Sharp 1,280 x 1,024 resolution
  • Fine 0.264 mm dot pitch
  • 160-degree horizontal and 140-degree vertical viewing angles
  • Bright 300-nit display, rich 450:1 contrast ratio
  • PC compatible; 3-year warranty

166. HP DeskJet 6127 Color Printer
by Hewlett Packard
list price: $304.00
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Asin: B000071W0N
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Hewlett Packard
Sales Rank: 9932
Average Customer Review: 3.67 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

Shared networking is so easy with the HP DeskJet 6127 color inkjet printer. The built-in Ethernet requires no installation or upgrading. Plus, you'll get professional photo-quality print at up to 4,800 x 1,200 optimized dpi color printing on premium photo papers and 1,200 x 1,200 input dpi.

Smart features like paper-saving, automatic two-sided printing (included); an optional 250-sheet second paper tray (not included); and the automatic paper sensor improve efficiency. Printing is fast and efficient with speeds up to 20 pages per minute in black, and up to 13 ppm in color. The unit is backed by a one-year warranty. ... Read more

Features

  • 4,800 x 1,200 optimized dpi color on premium photo papers
  • Built-in automatic duplexing
  • 20 pages per minute print speed, 13 ppm color
  • USB and Ethernet 802.3 interfaces
  • PC and Mac compatible

Reviews (6)

5-0 out of 5 stars Delighted
I have two computers and wanted to a network one printer for both. This proved to be the best solution! My only problem was that I run XP and forgot to shut off the firewall that blocks network activity. Once I got that sqaured away it worked like a charm! The print qulaity is excellent! Since each compuuter has a firewall product installed with the virus program there was no problem in turning off the built in XP one found in My Computer Properties.

4-0 out of 5 stars HP6127 in mixed environment
Purchased this printer online and performed install in mixed (i.e. Mac & PC) environment office using wizards on install CD. Installation was virtually automatic. Even our IT people has no complaints about it.

Have experienced no difficulties printing with either Mac or PC printing. I think this is a great printer for the price given the features (built-in networking, duplexing, etc.). It give good ouput at standard settings and great at normal and above. Of course as with most HP inkjets the ink is pricy.

1-0 out of 5 stars Not for Macs using a Network
This printer prints very well but I wouldn't recommend it for the Macintosh OS (any Mac OS). I spent over 50 hours of troubleshooting and talking to their support team only to find out that this printer wouldn't print multiple digital camera pictures on a page using the network connnection. *I've been testing printers for the last 19 years.

The printer prints fine using the USB port but that defeats the purpose of buying a printer with a built in network card. They wouldn't take it back. I tested it on 5 different Macs without success but support said they couldn't duplicate the problem.

It works great on Windows XP.

No more HP products for me, ever.

3-0 out of 5 stars Some problems with MacOS X compatibility
This is great hardware! From Windows I can print on this printer from my office, with the printer at home behind NAT. The output looks great, and everything works as promised. However, MacOS X support (driver version 2.3) is flawed by the following problems:

1. On Jaguar, MacOS 10.2, the duplex implementation is ridiculous. If you print six copies of a four page document, you get side one on BOTH sides of three sheets of paper, side two on both sides of the next three, etc. This problem is fixed with MacOS 10.3 (Panther).

2. Problems in the design of the SNMP MIB it uses prevent MacOS connections when behind NAT, so to print remotely you need to disable the SNMP queries. This option is available on Windows, but is tantalizingly greyed out on the Mac.

3. Manual IP configuration is by address instead of name, so use in environments that use dynamic IP address assignment is unnecessarily limited. Again, not a problem on Windows.

4. Version 2.1 cannot get top margin correct. Be sure to upgrade to version 2.3 of the MacOS X drivers. Be sure to remove older installers from your system first, because the installer includes aliases that can accidently resolve to compoments in the old installer and really cause problems!

5. It complains about needing more ink LONG before the cartridges are empty. I did 250 pages of newsletters (mixed photos and black text) after it reported my ink was running low, before I saw any signs of running low in the printoutl. I can ignore the warning on MacOS X, but on MacOS 9 the warning is enforced by a making it stop printing in the middle of a page (wasting the page), spit out the paper, and put up a complaint about an "empty" cartridge. On Windows XP, I told it to ignore SNMP and it never complains about ink, ever.

Because it took so long after the printer was introduced to fix the MacOS X problems, I question HP's commitment to MacOS X, and advise against purchasing this printer for Macintosh users. However, it's great for Windows, and nice enough for a multi-platform networked house or small business.

5-0 out of 5 stars Got a network? Get this printer!
If you have a home network, you NEED this printer! Images are fast and clean, and ink is widely available. Even photos look surprisingly good for this standard printer. (Only problem with photo printing is that it is not borderless). But where this printer really shines is that it connects directly to your Ethernet network. Any computer on your network can print to it. No extra hardware to buy, no flaky print-servers, no printer sharing headaches, and no special cables -- just plug the Cat-5 wire directly into the printer and GO! (The confusing information about an "optional print server" is for a wireless network, which is totally unnecessary). ... Read more


167. HP iPAQ Pocket PC rz1710 ( FA289A#ABA )

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Asin: B0002QPCPA
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Hewlett Packard (Consumables)
Sales Rank: 40791
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Product Description

The slim, sleek HP iPAQ rz1710 Pocket PC has the essentials you need at the value you want. A broad range of features, popular applications, expansion capabilities, and multimedia make the HP iPAQ rz1710 Pocket PC essential for you to be productive at work, at home, or on the go. ... Read more

Features

  • 203MHz Samsung, 25 MB
  • Wireless-ready, 3.5'' Screen
  • Windows Mobile 2003 Pocket PC

168. HP ScanJet 3670 Digital Flatbed Scanner
by Hewlett Packard
list price: $98.00
our price: Too low to display
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Asin: B00009X7EK
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Hewlett Packard
Sales Rank: 7590
Average Customer Review: 2.33 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

HP designed the 3670 flatbed scanner with the following things in mind: speed, convenience, versatility, and ease of use for the novice. With three one-touch buttons linked to the most common tasks, beginners will be scanning, copying, printing, and emailing images to friends and family in no time.

The 3670's flatbed design accommodates nearly any type of original including 3-D objects up to 8.5 by 11.7 inches in size, and the built-in transparent materials adapter even lets you scan negatives and slides.

The 3670 comes with everything you'll need to get started, including easy-to-use HP Photo & Imaging software, plus many other useful tools for both PC and Mac users. The 3670 comes backed by a 90-day warranty.

What's in the Box
HP ScanJet 3670 digital flatbed scanner with built-in transparency adapter, USB cable, power cord/supply, user's manual, CD-ROMs with software for MS Windows and Macintosh [HP Photo & Imaging software with HP Memories Disc Creator & HP Instant Share, HP ScanJet copy utility, suite of electronic help tools, Adobe Acrobat Reader, IRIS ReadIRIS OCR, Hemera Greeting Card Creator (Windows only)] ... Read more

Features

  • Up to 1,200 dpi optical resolution; 48-bit color
  • 8-second preview scans; 3 designated one-touch buttons
  • Built-in transparent-materials adapter for slides and film
  • IRIS ReadIRIS OCR, Hemera Greeting Card Creator software
  • USB 2.0 interface, PC and Mac compatible; 90-day warranty

Reviews (3)

2-0 out of 5 stars Good Scanner - Only Buy with An Extended Warranty
This is my 2nd HP scanner. The first lasted 6 years, this one 6 months. The scanner seemed a little slow but did a good job of scanning. I don't use one everyday so I don't need a high end scanner. At light usage I did expect the scanner to last longer than 6 months. Since this is a relatively inexpensive scanner, repairing it is not cost effective. My next scanner will be from Canon which I have found out has a 1-year warranty rather than only 90 days.

1-0 out of 5 stars scanjet 3670 by HP
still no drivers for mac os 10.3 and upgrades (Panther)
no photoshop plug-in too.
and even for mac OS 10.2 drivers are not downloadable by the net:
you must contact HP for them to send it to you by the post office and they will make you pay for that!!!

sorry but if you want an universal scan that work on several different computers try another one !

4-0 out of 5 stars Love the machine
I love this scanner. It is a high quality machine. The quick access buttons on the front are very conveint. My only problem with this is that it didn't give enough instructions on how to use the picture negatives part. ... Read more


169. HP C9732A Yellow Smart Print Toner Cartridge (Color LaserJet 5500)
list price: $315.72
our price: $332.99
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Asin: B000077CF5
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Hewlett Packard
Sales Rank: 34461
Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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Product Description

HP Color LaserJet 5500 printing supplies offer great print quality and reliable performance for fast, professional quality color printing. ... Read more

Features

  • Yellow replacement cartridge
  • Compatible with HP LaserJet 5500 series printers
  • 12,000-page approximate page yield
  • Advanced toner formulation and particle design
  • Warranted by manufacturer, genuine HP quality

Reviews (1)

5-0 out of 5 stars Great crtg. & machine!
Good machine but I had to get rid of did not use anymore. I still have 4 sets left ($900.00 ea.) for this machine. If anybody is intersted please contact me at 800-573-5277 or scott@949toner.com ... Read more


170. Hewlett Packard K60 OfficeJet
list price: $299.99
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Asin: B00004YZCP
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Hewlett Packard
Sales Rank: 36709
Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

The Hewlett-Packard K60 OfficeJet is an all-in-one high-quality printer, fax, scanner, and copier that's ideal for the home or office. Compact and efficient, this unit is Internet ready and easy to use. All functions are designed to work together, which saves you space, time, and money. You can even operate functions simultaneously.

The K60's printer delivers terrific photorealistic images. That's due to Hewlett-Packard's PhotoREt III technology and to a color resolution of 2,400 x 1,200 dpi and a black resolution of 600 x 600 dpi. Thus you're assured rich, vibrant colors and crisp text. The printer accepts a wide range of papers and sizes. It prints black text at up to 9 ppm and color at 7 ppm.

The fax works via the front panel. It has its own output bin and an automatic 20-page document feeder. It is compatible with answering machines, has memory send and receive capability, auto redial, send, and PC fax. Transmission rate is 6 seconds per page.

The K60 has an exceptionally high-quality scanner that turns originals into photo-quality reproductions. Subtle contrasts and vibrant colors come in part from the 2,400 dpi resolution. A touch of a button is all you need to place a scan into a selected software application or e-mail. Common editing functions are built in, so separate editing applications for scanned images are not necessary. Also, the K60 offers faster scanning previews that won't keep you waiting.

Excellent color and black-only copies are made at 7 copies per minute in black and 6 copies per minute in color. Like the fax component, the copier has its own output bin and a 20-page automatic document feeder. You can make reductions and enlargements from 50 to 200 percent. The K60 comes backed with a one-year limited warranty. ... Read more

Features

  • 2,400 dpi scanner resolution produces vivid, photo-quality reproductions of originals
  • Combines all your essential office and home communication needs in one reliable, easy-to-use product
  • A printer, fax, scanner, and copier all in one
  • Full-function plain-paper fax with color faxing
  • Printer prints black text at 9 ppm, color at 7 ppm

Reviews (16)

3-0 out of 5 stars K60 or K80?
I have seen previous reports on K60, and decided to buy a K80, with TWO COPY BUTTONS, black and colour copy.
The machine is not intuitive to use, but it does what you would expect, with two advantages against K60: modem speed, and black copy key.
It has a major problem wich most users will not detect!
It works well when driven by HP suplied software, but if we try to scan from MS Office XP "image scanning" and some other aplications, the machine scans only the first page, ejecting all the others, forcing us to feed the document page by page by hand.
Quite frustrating for a machine with a 20 page feeder.
It will became a great machine with a new modem and a driver patch, unfortunately not available for the moment.

5-0 out of 5 stars Great machine at the right price.
The K60 is an excellent printer, fast, clean and quiet. Its fax features are excellent, with the 14.4 kbs fax-modemallowing for 6 seconds per page faxing. The scanning clarity and speed is among the best of any sheetfed unit I've seen, and copying with and without enlargement is also pretty darned amazing at this price. However, what really makes the whole pkg so nice is the software that runs quietly in the background and only pops up when needed. When it makes its appearance, it really simplifies whatever task you're working on and obviates the need for any kind of manual. (A slightly faster printer with 3 seconds per page faxing is available as the model K80)

3-0 out of 5 stars No More HP For Me!
GREAT machine other than TWO MAJOR PROBLEMS!It will NOT copy in black & white (unless you SCAN and THEN PRINT).Imagine the time & money wasted when you need to make a quick copy of notes from a yellow notepad . . . since the K60 prints the entire copy with the yellow background!Even though I bought my K60 directly from HP, I believe the sales rep forgot to mention this to me . . . and the COPY button on the front panel says "Black/Color"!The OTHER PROBLEM is that it sometimes (more often than any other printer I've owned) pulls two sheets of paper through to print.(There is a provision to allow you to adjust for paper types but this is time-consuming!)I'm now looking for a 2nd PRINTER for another location and a SCANNER but you can bet they WILL NOT BE HP!

5-0 out of 5 stars ...it can copy in B&W but it's not straightforward.

...I like my K-60. It's slow but not excessively so. It's dependable and it's quality is excellent.

4-0 out of 5 stars One of the Most Useful Tools in my Home Office
My OfficeJet K60 is a workhorse and I love it.I use it for my home office.It is fast and reliable.

Pros:Easy to get ink refills, relatively small desktop "footprint," excellent device-to-computer interface

Cons:Misc. driver issues with Win2k, difficulty running under Win2k with parallel cable (I had to switch to USB), particularly excellent fax software.

One additional thing to note:make sure you think through your copying/scanning requirements before purchasing this or any other unit.This scanner scans like a fax - its great, but you can't scan a page out of a book or magazine without removing it.Machines that have the flat top for scanning from books are usually larger and take up more space on your desk, so there is a tradeoff. ... Read more


171. HP Pavilion zd8080us 17" Notebook PC (Intel Pentium 4 Processor 550 (Hyper-Threading), 1 GB RAM, 100 GB Hard Drive, DVD+/-RW/CD-RW Drive)
list price: $2,900.00
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Asin: B00078WI00
Catlog: Personal Computer
Manufacturer: Hewlett Packard Office
Sales Rank: 267
Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

Take your entertainment center with you wherever you roam with the HP Pavilion zd8080 Media Center Notebook PC. Record your favorite TV programs and watch them on the widescreen 17-inch LCD monitor, view photoslideshows with your own soundtrack, or watch DVD movies, and control it all with the included remote. The zd8080 can also unleash your digital creativity with the multiformat DVD/CD burner and included Image Zone photo editing and management software. This multimedia notebook features a super-fast, hyper-threaded 3.4 GHz Pentium 4 processor, 100 GB hard drive, 1 GB of installed RAM, 54g wireless connectivity, multiformat memory card reader, and a powerful video/graphics card with 256 MB of dedicated RAM.

The Basics

  • Hard Drive: The 100 GB hard drive is one of the largest available in today's notebooks, enabling road warriors and multimedia enthusiasts more than enough capacity for storing documents, digital media files, and productivity software.
  • Processor: The hyper-threaded 3.4 GHz Intel Pentium 4 processor allows a single CPU system to behave in some aspects like a dual-CPU system, helping to deliver faster transistors and increased performance. It also features a 1 MB L2 cache and a blazingly fast 800 MHz front-side bus speed, which measures how fast a processor and the main memory communicate. (An L2, or secondary, cache temporarily stores data; and a larger L2 cache can help speed up your system's performance.)

    A Hyper-Threading processor helps a PC to run multiple demanding applications at the same time. This technology enables the processor to execute two threads (a part of a program) in parallel, boosting performance during key high-drain procedures. This results in more efficient software performance (such as faster reaction times in gaming applications) and enhanced multitasking.

  • Memory: The 1 GB of installed RAM (2 x 512 MB, dual channel at 400 MHz) is a very good start for this multimedia-centric notebook, but you'll want to take full advantage of the 2 GB capacity (2 x 1 GB) to maximize the multimedia.
  • CD/DVD Drive: The combo DVD+/-RW and CD-RW drive is compatible with a wide variety disc formats, including DVD+, DVD-, VCD, and SVCD discs. 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/10x rewrite/40x read speed.
  • Keyboard & Mouse: This notebook has a standard keyboard with scroll bar and integrated numeric keypad, and a touchpad with on/off button and dedicated vertical scroll up/down pad.
Screen, Graphcs and Sound
The ATI Radeon X600 SE is a high-end video card, powerful enough to run one large virtual screen across two displays. It features 256 MB of dedicated video RAM, S-Video and the higher-fidelity DVI connections out, and PCI Express x16 support, which enables graphics to process faster. It also features 16-bit Sound Blaster Pro compatible audio and internal Harman Kardon speakers. It features a volume control and mute buttons.

Connectivity and Expansion Slots
The zd8080us 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 parallel port
  • 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
The pre-installed Windows XP Media Center Edition 2005 is essentially Windows XP Professional Edition with a variety of tools to help you to create, organize, and enjoy digital media ranging from music to home movies to photo slide shows. Additionally, it enables you to control your television with the included remote and record and pause programs (much like a DVR--or digital video recorder--such as Tivo or ReplayTV). Explore upcoming TV programming with the easy-to-use Electronic Program Guide, or browse through thousands of movies by movie poster, rating, actor, and more with the MovieFinder feature--all with no additional service fee. With the 250 GB hard drive, you'll be able to record and store up to 180 hours of video programming. It's compatible with cable, digital cable, satellite TV and antenna inputs, and it includes an FM tuner.

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.

Other preloaded software includes InterVideo WinDVD Creator and WinDVD SE player, Muvee autoProducer, Apple iTunes, Sonic RecordNow, Norton AntiVirus 2005, Microsoft Works 8.0, MSN Encarta Standard, Microsoft Money, and Quicken 2004 New User Edition.

Dimensions and Weight
At 9.4 pounds, the zd8080 isn't the most easily portable notebook. It measures 15.7 x 11.4e x 1.96 inches (L x W x H).

Power
This notebook is powered by a 12-cell rechargeable lithium-ion battery, which offers an average of 3 hours of battery life (dependent upon computing conditions).

What's in the Box
This package contains the zd8080 notebook PC, rechargeable lithium-ion battery, AC adapter, HP Dual TV Tuner/PVR, mini remote control, and operating instructions. It is backed by a one-year limiited hardware warranty and 30-day free software support. ... Read more

Reviews (1)

5-0 out of 5 stars This notebook does it all !!
Watch TV, record TV, surf the net, read your mail, watch a slideshow, all at the same time !! This newer version of Media Center works much better than the past and why even consider a desktop? For all the specs, convenience of size, and quality of the display, this is a great deal for the price. ... Read more


172. HP CP1700ps Color Inkjet Printer
list price: $707.15
our price: Too low to display
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Asin: B00005QFLT
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Hewlett Packard
Sales Rank: 36706
Average Customer Review: 2.0 out of 5 stars
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Product Description

Hewlett-Packard (C8105A#ABA) Color Inkjet CP1700PS Printer ... Read more

Features

  • HP PhotoREt III and HP Colorsmart III technologies for superior quality
  • High-color 2400 x 1200 dpi resolution
  • Prints 16 pages per minute black, 14 ppm color
  • USB, infrared, parellel, and network LIO interfaces
  • Supports Adobe PostScript 3 Software RIP

Reviews (1)

2-0 out of 5 stars flaky software, veriable hardware issues.
Note: This is a review based on working with the HP cp1700ps for one year at ~20 pages per week.

Strengths: Great when it works, sturdy construction
Weaknesses: Buggy hardware, buggy software, expensive ink.

Summary:
Our HP color inkjet printer cp1700ps worked fantastic most of the time, great output, good colors, fast printing but with a slow first page.

After two months it started making loud high pitch noises with every head-passing, HP support knows the issue; it's not easy to resolve. After six months of regularly cleaning a specific area, the noise no longer appears, the squeak causing area must be worn out.

The postscript option, which I bought as well, is not worth its money, it did work for about a month, printing with it was extremely slow on a system with 1Gigabyte RAM. Since then it keeps crashing on Windows XP at system startup, re-installs have never worked.

After six months the printer started complaining that cartridges are empty when in fact they are half full, really annoying when you want to print black only, but the printer insist that you need to replace yellow which you don't have in stock.

After 14 months the printer declared that cartridges were missing although they were physically present. Even after replacing all cartridges with brand new ones (that is ~$120), the printer still claims that black is missing. So I ended with non-working printer with expired warranty after 400 days of ownership, because it claims ink cartridges are missing when they are not.

The front feed mechanism works well for regular paper and has good allignment. Using heavier paper in the trays results in a very precise dent being made at a very precise spot on the page. Using thicker paper in the tray also results in banding in the printout. The single sheet rear feed causes less banding, no dents and can handle thicker paper but quite consistenly pulls the paper in croocked.

The ink is very expensive, the printer seems to waste quite a lot of it, judging by the mounds of dried up ink under the print heads.

HP has made it near impossible to use 3rd party ink supplies with this printer, with the chips built into the cartridges, so *only* expensive ink as an option. Legally they should allow one to use other source supplies.

In short an ill-behaved machine that works great when it feels like it, and in our case it did it only for about a year with some interrupions.

Next printer will be the Epson 2200 or 4000 for large color and some Laser. No more HP. ... Read more


173. Hewlett Packard ScanJet 4400Cxi Scanner
list price: $99.99
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Asin: B00005K3LS
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Hewlett Packard
Sales Rank: 39896
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Product Description

Creative projects are easy using the HP Scanjet 4400c series color scanner. You won't have to wait for outstanding results - preview scans in as little as 13 seconds. Make the most of your paper by effortlessly arranging a single photo into different sizes on a single sheet of paper. Get professional results at the touch of a button using "scan", "e-mail", "photo reprint" or "copy" buttons. You can make photo-quality color copies when paired with your color printer and post images directly to photo-sharing sites with share-to-Web feature. Convert typed documents into electronic files you can edit with included optical character recognition (OCR) software. ... Read more

Features

  • Flatbed, single-pass scanner
  • 600 x 600 dpi optical resolution
  • 36-bit color
  • USB or parallel connectivity
  • Scans photos in less than a minute

174. Hewlett-Packard Model Q2671A Cyan Print Cartridge
list price: $129.72
our price: $147.99
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Asin: B0001CLYCK
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Hewlett Packard Office
Sales Rank: 14155
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Product Description

Genuine HP Color LaserJet 3500 Cyan Print Cartridges are Ideal for small to medium businesses who seek professional quality output. ... Read more

Features

  • Color: Cyan
  • Print Technology: Laser
  • Product Type: Toner Cartridge
  • Approximate Page Yield: 4,000
  • Replacement Cartridge Number: Q2671A

175. HP DeskJet 9680 Printer
by Hewlett Packard
list price: $569.99
our price: $499.99
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Asin: B0000DIWW1
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Hewlett Packard
Sales Rank: 7012
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Amazon.com Product Description

The DeskJet 9680 from HP is a high-quality, wide-format inkjet printer perfect for a wide variety of professional and business applications. The 9680 utilizes HP's thermal inkjet technology, a PhotoREt IV 6-ink printing system, and specially formulated inks to provide bright, true-to-life colors at optimized resolutions as high as 4,800 x 1,200 dpi, while resolutions for monochrome prints are as high as 1,200 x 1,200 dpi.

The 9680 connects via either its USB or parallel ports, has a 150-sheet input capacity, 75-sheet output capacity, and accepts up to 15 envelopes. A wide variety of originals are accepted, including paper (plain, inkjet, photo), envelopes, transparencies, labels, cards (index, greeting), iron-on transfers, banner paper, standard sizes including letter, legal, executive, statement, A2 envelope, No. 10 envelope, Monarch envelope, letter banner, and tabloid banner. Custom sizes range from 3.54 by 5.75 to 13 by 50 inches.

Print speeds are as fast as 20 pages per minute black and 15 pages per minute color in draft mode, while best quality modes clock in around 2 pages per minute black and 1.5 pages per minute color. Perfect for heavy use environments, the 9680 has a 5,000-page recommended monthly duty cycle, while the 16 MB internal memory, 96 MHz processing speed, and HP smart printing technology help the printer to optimize print quality and performance. Compatible with both Mac and PC, the 9680 also comes backed with a one-year limited warranty.

What's in the Box
HP DeskJet 9680 printer, 3 print cartridges, user documentation, paper sample pack, power cord, driver CD, PostScript RIP CD; printer cables not included ... Read more

Features

  • Up to 1,200 x 1,200 dpi black, 4,800 x 1,200 optimized dpi color
  • Up to 20 ppm black, 15 ppm color
  • Media sizes from 4-by-6-inch postcards to 13-by-19-inch posters
  • Supports 6-ink color; includes PostScript RIP software
  • Parallel and USB ports, PC and Mac compatible

176. Hewlett Packard DVD300e 4x2.4x8 External FireWire/USB 2.0 DVD+RW Drive
by Hewlett Packard
list price: $339.43
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Asin: B00008N6VK
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Hewlett Packard
Sales Rank: 7662
Average Customer Review: 3.31 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • High-speed external USB 2.0/FireWire DVD+RW/CD rewritable drive
  • Features 4x write, 2.4x rewrite, and 8x read speeds for DVD; 16x write, 10x rewrite, and 40x read speeds for CD
  • 2 MB buffer
  • Includes Cyberlink PowerDVD, Veritas RecordNow, and more
  • Compatible with Windows 98 SE, 2000, NT 4.0, Me, and XP

Reviews (16)

5-0 out of 5 stars The best DVD+R/RW burner out there
Buy this burner, it is the best +R/RW burner in my opinion, I researched for over 3 months before decided on this HP DVD300e (external, dvd300i is internal)... So far I have not had a coaster. Successfully burned with Memorex, HP, Ritek, Meritline.com own brand, Supermediastore.com own brand +R or +RW discs. I can make backup of my DVD movies &play on my Pioneer 606D &all Apex DVD players. Works with both +R and +RW discs!

5-0 out of 5 stars The best +R/RW DVD burner
Buy this burner, it is the best +R/RW burner in my opinion, I researched for over 3 months before decided on this HP DVD300e (external, dvd300i is internal). I bought this ... 1 month ago... Very happy with it since. So far I have not had a coaster. Successfully burned with Memorex, HP, Ritek, Meritline.com own brand, Supermediastore.com own brand +R or +RW discs. I can make backup of my DVD movies &play on my Pioneer 606D &all Apex DVD players. Works with both +R and +RW discs!

Ironically, my very expensive Denon 5000 DVD player does not play the +R/RW backups, yet the cheapest DVD players like Apex have not problem playing them...

5-0 out of 5 stars A good bargain!!
Bought this as I was low on cash, and I haven't been disappointed since!! Worked like a charm out of the box with the provided USB cable!! But its not without its pros and cons:

CONS: Big and bulky. For those with limited space, you might want to rethink a smaller external model or an internal model. DVD write speed might not seem such a big deal, but waiting half an hour to burn a full DVD at 4X speed is slow... I think 8X drives are already out on the market. Another drawback is that the burning software included is Record Now (not the Max version), which is not really useful. You would have to get a copy of Nero 6 to make full use of this burner.

PROS: Works with almost all media I throw at it!! Plus, the DVD+R discs I have burnt so far work with both a Sony and Shinco DVD Player, my Dell DVD-ROM, and my beloved XBOX (phillips drive). Also, the design of the drive looks kinda cool... several friends have had that "OOOOO" look when they first spot it.

I don't know about the quality of the technical support and warranty, as I have never had a problem with it!!! All I know is that there's a standard warranty for 1 year, but really... for a $200- product it is not really worth the time running around to get it repaired if it breaks down.

All in all... I would recommend it to anyone who is just starting out with DVD burning. There are better drives on the market, but this will suit the beginner and even experts just fine.

1-0 out of 5 stars Do not buy!!!!!
Please do not buy this item.

I bought one. It is broken right away (after two week; pass the store exchange time). I have called the technique service in India. I spent 2 times 3 hours with them try to figure out what was the problem. Even they figure out the machine is broken; they will not exchange my machine. They said the machine warranty is expired for 1 year warranty. The fact is that my machine is less than one year (made October 2003). I sill have the bad machine and I do not know what to with it. I have to buy another one from other manufactory.

5-0 out of 5 stars No Problems Burner
I have been using this burner for about 3 weeks now and am very pleased with it. I use Windows 2000Pro,a Dell 700mhz laptop and a firewire card with the 300e. For software I mainly use DVD X Copy Platinum and sometimes CloneDVD after CSS file filtering. Haven't had one problem yet and the Memorex +R DVDs are accepted by me and my friends Panasonic S25 players. The S25 is listed as being able to only play -R DVDs but it plays my +R backups perfectly with very good quality. This Burner is not the fastest but it is very flexible and reliable. After seeing how mine works my friend is also going to get one. ... Read more


177. HP LaserJet 1320nw Monochrome Network Printer
by Hewlett Packard Office

our price: $579.99
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Asin: B0002UM0MO
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Hewlett Packard Office
Sales Rank: 10057
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Features

  • Up to 1,200 dpi resolution; sturdy 10,000-page monthly duty cycle
  • Up to 22 ppm, first page out in less than 8.5 seconds
  • Automatic two-sided printing; 16 MB RAM, expandable to 144 MB
  • HP Jetdirect 802.11b/g wireless Ethernet embedded print server
  • Parallel, USB 2.0, and Ethernet interfaces; PC/Mac

178. HP SB21 Digital Video Projector
list price: $2,427.00
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Asin: B0000696Q4
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Hewlett Packard
Sales Rank: 33954
Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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Product Description

Imagine making your point with sharp, clear and powerful images. Then imagine putting yourself into your DVD or video games - you can do it all with the HP digital projector sb21. This easy to use projector weighs only 2.2 lbs and is perfect for making business presentations or home entertainment.

  • sharp, clear, accurate - your images will look as good projected as it does on your computer screen with true SVGA (800 x 600 dpi) resolution (interpreted XGA is 1024 x 768)
  • lighter than most laptops - at just over 2 lbs. and 8" x 5.5" x 2.3" in size, the HP digital projector sb21 lets you present a high-quality image in a compact design that won't weigh you down
  • you don't give up brightness - this pico-portable projector that fits into a purse or briefcase pouch also projects a bright, sharp, clear image with 1,000 comparable lumens, true SVGA resolution, and a high contrast ratio
  • perfect partners - the HP digital projector and an HP notebook computer
  • easily adapts to any venue - the HP digital projector is equipped with built-in, full-screen NTSC/PAL/SECAM video capability, and compatibility with S-video, composite, component, and HDTV terminals plus XGA, SVGA, VGA, and MAC® from one MD-1 input terminal
  • simple presentation set-up - equipped with automatic image synchronization for easy tracking, frequency, and position adjustment
  • easy device set-up - the HP digital projector automatically detects computer signal input and re-sizes images to a full screen, giving users the flexibility they need to switch sources quickly and easily for any presentation
  • flexibility - a wireless remote control with USB mouse function and a laser pointer give you the freedom to move around the room
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Features

  • True 800 x 600 SVGA resolution, accepts XGA 1,024 x 768
  • 1,000 lumens of brightness, 1,800:1 contrast ratio
  • 3.3 to 39.4-foot throw distance
  • Supports NTSC, PAL, SECAM, HDTV, PC, and Mac signals
  • Remote, laser pointer; 2-year warranty

Reviews (1)

4-0 out of 5 stars Good value for money
Faced between the choice of a plasma TV and a projector.

I purchased the SB-21 from the HP SITEX 2003 Pavilion. Pretty impressive projector.

Great size and projection and lamp life. I see a few lines at the bottom of my projected image - will get HP to investigate.

Comes with everything needed in the box. Pretty much plug and play. The remote is functional but drains batteries. But I don't use the remote much. ... Read more


179. HP DeskJet 990Cse Printer
list price: $299.99
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Asin: B000063W95
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Hewlett Packard
Sales Rank: 33553
Average Customer Review: 2.0 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

The Hewlett-Packard 990c photo-quality color printer is ideal for small businesses or busy households. It produces sensational color documents at high speeds with HP's exclusive PhotoREt III color-layering technology. It can print black text at up to 17 ppm and blazes through color documents at 13 ppm, with up to 2,400 x 1,200 dpi resolution on photo paper. The 990c features infrared printing from PDAs, notebook computers, and other mobile devices. Plus, using the 990c with a mobile device couldn't be easier--just point and print.

The highly versatile 990c is robust enough to handle challenging print tasks. It has 8 MB RAM, a 150-sheet input tray, and a print duty capacity of 5,000 pages per month. The 990c also has automatic two-sided printing and an optical sensor that selects paper size and type for you.

The 990c comes with a power cord, reference guide, setup guide, software CD-ROM, and all the print cartridges you need to set up shop. It is compatible with Microsoft Windows 95, 98, NT 4.0, and Macintosh 8.1 applications. The HP 990c also has a one-year Express Exchange warranty. ... Read more

Features

  • Duty cycle of 5,000 pages per month, 1-year warranty
  • Infrared printing from PDAs, notebook computers, and other mobile devices
  • 2,400 x 1,200 dpi resolution on photo paper
  • Up to 17 ppm in black, 13 ppm in color
  • Automatic 2-sided printing

Reviews (6)

3-0 out of 5 stars Good Printer. . .but not without its faults
I've used an HP DeskJet 990CSE as my main home office printer for over a year now.Print quality has been consistently good and I have no complaints.It doesn't print color transparencies particularly well, but I've never really expected it to, preferring, instead, to use a color laser for that stuff.I don't use the much-maligned duplexer.However, the single envelope feeder is extremely temperamental and jams frequently.I'd estimate that for every ten envelopes that I print, 3-4 jam, and some jams necessitate my opening the lid and prying the mangled envelope out.Other than the envelope path, I'm generally pleased with this printer.

4-0 out of 5 stars I have to defend this printer!
After reading all of the bad reviews on here about this printer, I felt it necessary to voice my opinion, although I am not one to write reviews. I have had this printer since Dec. 2000 when it was top of the line from Dell. I have loved it and wouldn't trade it for the world. It does print slower, but I can always be guaranteed a perfect print everytime. I have printed many different size envelopes, papers and labels and all have come out perfect. I have not had to change the ink cartridges very often (I change about every 6 months) and I do alot of b/w copying. This printer is very easy to setup, use, calibrate, clean, monitor ink levels, etc. I have never had a problem.

1-0 out of 5 stars Good print quality - bad mechanism
I bought this printer new, when it was HPs top of the line.I have been very disappointed in it from day one.
The print quality is fine.The duplexer is a joke.It needs the bottom of the page to grip the paper, so it can not print on that area.The driver software gives you two options to deal with this - print everything at about 90% scale to squeeze the content into the printable space, or re-sort the pages allowing the SW to move the page breaks.Neither is appealing, so I found that I reverted to manual duplex mode - taking the paper out and reversing itself myself.
The biggest problem I have with the printer is frequent paper jams.Even when using HP brand multipurpose paper, I find that the printer jams about 25% of the time.In the quest for speed, the paper load mechanism is just too fast, pulling in many sheets of paper instead of just one.

1-0 out of 5 stars Good print quality - bad mechanism
I bought this printer new, when it was HPs top of the line.I have been very disappointed in it from day one.
The print quality is fine.The duplexer is a joke.It needs the bottom of the page to grip the paper, so it can not print on that area.The driver software gives you two options to deal with this - print everything at about 90% scale to squeeze the content into the printable space, or re-sort the pages allowing the SW to move the page breaks.Neither is appealing, so I found that I reverted to manual duplex mode - taking the paper out and reversing itself myself.
The biggest problem I have with the printer is frequent paper jams.Even when using HP brand multipurpose paper, I find that the printer jams about 25% of the time.In the quest for speed, the paper load mechanism is just too fast, pulling in many sheets of paper instead of just one.

1-0 out of 5 stars Lousy
This has to be the most horrible printer in the world. If I could give it -5 stars I would. I just got a new digital camera and of course just got this printer. Now when I print my photos it has blurred lines through it and is all messed up. Its print quality is horrible. It may be a bad printer - but HP is no help at all. They keep saying to install new drivers, when it is clearly a hardware problem. I want to throw this thing away, unfortunatly I got it on clearance and I'm stuck with it. Don't buy this pile of junk. ... Read more


180. HP LaserJet 4250 Monochrome Printer
by Hewlett Packard Office
list price: $1,144.00
our price: $899.99
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Asin: B000590WRW
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Hewlett Packard Office
Sales Rank: 2126
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Features

  • Up to 45 ppm print speed; up to 1,200 dpi resolution
  • 460 MHz processor, 48 MB memory, expandable to 512 MB
  • USB and parallel connectivity, optional networking
  • Versatile paper handling with 600-sheet standard input capacity
  • PC and Mac compatible; 1-year warranty

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