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101. HP C9704A Imaging Drum for Color
102. HP iPAQ 4355 Pocket PC
103. HP HP48GX RPN Expandable Graphic
$188.99 list($98.00)
104. HP Deskjet 3820 Inkjet Printer
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105. HP ScanJet 5550C Flatbed Scanner
$409.99 list($541.00)
106. Compaq Presario SR1401NX Desktop
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107. HP iPAQ Leather Belt Case for
$102.79 list($246.00)
108. HP PSC 2175 Multifunction
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109. HP PSC 1209 Multifunction Printer,
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110. HP PSC 2350 All-in-One Printer,
111. HP No. 45 Black and No. 23 Tricolor
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112. HP Color LaserJet 3550N Printer
$679.88 list($870.00)
113. HP Pavilion a810n Desktop PC (AMD
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114. HP DeskJet 5550 Inkjet Printer
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115. HP HP30S Scientific Calculator
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116. HP Thumb - keyboard ( FA302A#AC3
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117. HP Officejet7110 All-in-One Multifunction
118. HP DeskJet 612C Color Printer
119. HP iPAQ 4155 Pocket PC
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120. HP OfficeJet 6110 All-in-One Multifunction

101. HP C9704A Imaging Drum for Color LaserJet 1500/2500
by Hewlett Packard
list price: $241.68
our price: $174.99
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Asin: B00007FH02
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Hewlett Packard
Sales Rank: 1170
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  • For HP Color LaserJet 1500 and 2500 printers
  • Replacement imaging drum
  • Approximate 20,000-page lifetime for black, 5,000-page for color
  • Part of HP's precision printing system for reliable performance
  • Genuine HP quality consumable

102. HP iPAQ 4355 Pocket PC
by Hewlett Packard

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Asin: B0000DBJV5
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Hewlett Packard
Sales Rank: 3215
Average Customer Review: 4.04 out of 5 stars
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  • Slim, sleek, and affordable
  • Dazzling Transflective TFT color with LED backlight display
  • Pocket versions of familiar applications like Outlook, Word, and Excel
  • Removable/rechargeable batterand integrated keyboard
  • Integrated Bluetooth

Reviews (23)

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

103. HP HP48GX RPN Expandable Graphic Calculator
by Hewlett Packard
list price: $265.00
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Asin: B00004TFKZ
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Hewlett Packard
Sales Rank: 5757
Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars
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Hewlett-Packard's HP 48GX is the most powerful calculator in the 48 series, offering the same advanced calculation and programmability features as its siblings, along with expansion options that should appeal to power users and programmers. All this is made possible by the expansion card slot, which lets users expand the built-in memory from 128 KB to a maximum of 1.256 MB or install application software that adds more advanced features to the calculator.

The 48GX is no slouch. Its colorful array of buttons lets users tap into 2,300 built-in functions, 300 of which are built-in formulas and scientific constants that encompass the spectrum of the mathematical and scientific fields. It handles everything from basic algebra equations to advanced trigonometric and statistical calculations. Best of all, if the 48GX doesn't have a feature you desperately need, you can use the built-in object-oriented programming language to create functions from scratch. You can then label your creations and access them as you would any other feature that is integrated with the calculator.

The 48GX uses reverse polish notation (RPN, also called postfix notation), which can be difficult for beginners to grasp, but advanced students and professionals will appreciate RPN's elegance and relative simplicity. An optional connectivity kit lets users connect the device to a PC to download new equations and software, and the integrated infrared port lets you share data with other calculators or output your graphs, plots, or other results to a separately available infrared printer. Typical students may want to opt for a less expensive (and less expandable) calculator in the 48 series, like the 48G+, but for those who demand the best and may need more than 128 KB of memory, the 48GX is the clear choice. --T. Byrl Baker


  • RPN can speed data entry with practice
  • Expansion slot adds extra memory and software options
  • Programmable, so you can add nearly any feature you like


  • Cluttered keypad
  • Learning RPN and basic object-oriented programming can be daunting for the uninitiated
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  • Over 2,300 functions including over 300 for scientific and engineering applications
  • Built-in equation library with over 300 formulas and constants
  • 2-way infrared communication, RS-232C serial port; supports optional printer
  • 128 KB memory; 2 card ports for expandable RAM and ROM
  • 2-D and 3-D graphing capabilities

Reviews (35)

For a serious electronic engineering student in his senior year in college, calculations extensively revolve around converting units including bases as well as vectors. Compared to it's competitions from TI, it is such a no nonsense super-powerful engineering calculator that even the TI-92 doesn't come close to what this 48-GX can do. Entering numbers in RPN format may be quite tricky at first, but after about 4-hrs later, I came to prefer this format over the algebraic one. RPN totally eliminates the need of parenthesis. Algebriac fans can do algebriac entry and/or display too. It has a massive expendable equation library, so there is no need to carry around a ton of formula sheets. I also own a TI-85 and a CASIO FX-115W. Other than not being able to graph, the little $20 CASIO is much stronger and capable than the TI. It can do integration, derivatives, and can easily convert bases (HEX, BIN, DEC) and vectors (POL, REC). Up until I bought the 48-GX, I only used the CASIO. Now I don't have to use the CASIO anymore. I did some comparisons with my friends and found out that this HP calculator has all the ability of a TI-89 and a CASIO FX-2 as well as the usability of a CASIO-FX-115W, in addition to many more features, including easy expendable memory using cards which can be used like floppy disks to store infinite data, alarm clock, dnld and play music, x-fers to other 48-G/G+/GX by means of infrared light, symbolic calculations that can be converted into a numeric answer in one step, add/sub/mul/div polar and rectangular formats together in the same step, and don't forget the UNDO button when something goes oops. This is only to mention a few. It comes with an intro manual, and a very good comprehensive manual. If you are an engineer or a serious engineering student, one day alone with the 48-GX is all you need to famaliarize yourself with it, and chances are you'll never go back to a weak and overpriced TI again. If you don't need 3D analysis, HP-39G or CASIO FX-2.0 is recommendable, which are equal to TI-86. If you don't need graphing, CASIO FX-115W is a good choice.

5-0 out of 5 stars The best calculator in the world
This an incredible machine. Has a bit of a learning curve to be able to harness it's power, though. Has unit conversion, terrific equation capability, and probably more software written for it than any other calculator in the world. If you just need basic calculator functions, however, this isn't the one for you. Also, if you're not familiar with RPN (reverse polish notation, i.e. 4 ENTER 5 + displays 9, instead of algebraic 4 + 5 = displaying 9), then you should avoid it; buy a cheaper RPN machine 1st and see if you can adapt to it. RPN, however, is far superior to algebraic notation once you get used to it. Do NOT waste your money on the HP 49, which I also own, and can't stand. The HP 49 has rubber buttons which are hard to press, and a bizzare color, and is very difficult to use.

5-0 out of 5 stars HP48 Review - For Electrical/electronic engineering
I am a electrical/electronic engineer working in a research laboratory, and have 20+ years of calculator use behind me! I have owned HP calculators since the earliest days and an HP48 series for many years now.

Although expensive, value for money is very good given the quality, performance and longevity on offer.

Plus points - RPN logic; wonderful tactile keys; display - especially display of the 'stack' which holds intermediate results when evaluating a long formula; equation solver and associated graphing; ease of 'everyday' programming; matrix entry tool; complex number, vector and matrix math are as easy as real number math with no special 'modes' to set; numerical integration of functions; analytic solution of integrals and differentials; directory structured memory for user programs, functions and data; user definable 'soft keys'; PC connection for backup & programming. The solid construction - mine works very hard and is still as good as new.

Negative points. Graphic functions and especially the graphical equation editor can be slow. More complex programming needs study of the programming language and the manual open beside you - but is very powerful. Bit bulky for field trips (I have a shirt pocket HP-11 for that - discontinued now I think). My version of PC software is a bit clunky, but current offering might have a much newer version

It uses RPN, which I prefer, as it is logical and efficient - but it does take a little learning and some people just don't like it. I believe it is worth the effort, especially at the start of a career. My calculator is used to make real engineering decisions - so I don't trust many 'algebraic entry' calculators where sometimes it is not clear how complex formulae will be interpreted. This is particularly true of the newer generation of algebraic calculators that advertise 'formulas entered as you would on paper' (i.e "Sin X" instead of "X Sin") I find they often have inconsistencies (e.g square root operates on the subsequent input, but 1/x operates immediately on the number in the display, as does x! [factorial x]) These inconsistencies have to be remembered to avoid possibly serious and unnoticed errors. RPN has only one rule - a function executes as soon as its button is pressed (or it is reached in a program). The famous HP stack which stores - and displays - arguments and intermediate results replaces the use of brackets and is far more flexible. Together these features, and others - like the ease of recovering from your errors - put you firmly in control all for the cost of an hour or two of learning. But, as I say, some people don't like it so newcomers would be wise to find someone to demonstrate RPN before buying.

In summary this is the best calculator I have owned, and probably ever will as some reviewers say the newer HP products appear to have moved down market in terms of construction and ergonomics - but I have no experience of this.

PS I have no connection with HP, other than 25 years of good
service from HP calculator products.

Oh, yes. Some reviewers say the beep can't be turned off, keying MODES -> BEEP works on mine!!

5-0 out of 5 stars Stack is different. This required learning
To store '5' on the HP48 line of calculators, hit 5 [enter]. It's stored. You can even see where it's stored right away because you're always looking at the bottom four stack entries. It seems the previous reviewer believes that the way TI does calculators is the way calculators should be done. If that's you, buy a TI. Storing a value in a named variable is a fundamentally different way of thinking about calculation from the way HP decided to do it.

With RPN, there is very rarely any need for a named variable and it only took me about an hour to start using this calculator for fairly complex EE homework. One of the things I noticed about RPN fairly quickly is that if you're doing complex calculations, you'll often build up intermediate values and then bring the intermediate values together at the end. My study-buddies were always writing down their intermediate values, I just left them on the stack while I did the other calculations. More often than not, those previously calculated values were exactly where I needed them when I needed them later. Everyone else was punching back in the values that they had previously written down (with the possibility of error on each transcription) or trying to remember which variable they had stored them in.

I don't mean to ding the TI approach, I used to work at TI and I think they make a great product. I simply think that the HP has a subtly better philosophy of calculation and a massively better keyboard in the 48s/sx/g/sx line of calculators.

5-0 out of 5 stars The Mercedes Benz of Calculators
Being a college professor of Electrical Engineering for over 30 years, and having used numerous brands and models of calculators and having written reviews of some of them for various publications, there is no doubt in my mind that the HP48GX is indeed head and shoulders above all the other calculators (even the HP49). The RPL entry system is a natural and easy to learn process that mimics the pencil and paper approach that we've all learned in Grammar school arithmetic. The efficiency of input and the ease with which it handles comlex-number calculations is second to none. Formulae can be entered with mixed units and the calculator automatically performs internal conversions to present the answer in whatever valid units you desire. It handles 2-D and 3-D vectors with all the corresponding mathematical operations seemlessly. The infrared connectivity (wireless) and RS232 port (wire) both allow communication between another HP calculator and your computer. This calculator has the right mix of 'function per key' versus 'menu per key' that makes it very easy to negotiate.
One can enter a formula in algebraic notation and the calculator can solve for one of the variables in symbolic and/or numeric form (if all the other vales are specified). The keystroke error recovery facility is superb. A couple of days with this calculator and most people cannot go back to their old 'Algebraic Operating System' calculators, with its cumbersome parenthesis, without making a mistake.
There is not enough space here to praise this calculator to the extent that it deserves. Over the years with all the students and professionals I've had contact with, I know of no one who has ever regretted purchasing this calculator except for the fact that they realized that they waisted money on purchasing their AOS calculators. ... Read more

104. HP Deskjet 3820 Inkjet Printer
by Hewlett Packard
list price: $98.00
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Asin: B000067R8V
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Hewlett Packard
Average Customer Review: 2.39 out of 5 stars
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The HP DeskJet 3820 offers a great combination of quality and price. Delivering crisp 600 dpi black printing at up to 12 ppm and clear 2,400 dpi in color at up to 10 ppm, the 3820 easily meets demanding home and home office printing needs.

USB and parallel connectivity provide convenient setup for both PC and Mac users, and the optional HP JetDirect print server supports home networking. Additional features include an easy one-touch print cancel button, HP PhotoREtIII color layering technology, intuitive driver software, and a low-ink indicator light with an onscreen ink-level indicator. ... Read more


  • Prints up to 12 ppm black, 10 ppm color
  • 600 dpi black resolution, 2400 dpi color
  • 100-sheet input tray with envelope guide
  • USB and parallel interfaces; PC and Mac compatible
  • Optional HP JetDirect print server for home networking

Reviews (56)

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

105. HP ScanJet 5550C Flatbed Scanner with 35-Sheet Auto Document Feeder
by Hewlett Packard
list price: $329.99
our price: Too low to display
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Asin: B00008BO9H
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Hewlett Packard
Sales Rank: 2089
Average Customer Review: 1.17 out of 5 stars
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Get professional-quality results with the HP ScanJet 5550c digital flatbed scanner. A great addition to any home or office, the 5550c provides 48-bit full color scans at up to 2,400 dpi optical resolution. The platen accepts a wide range of original media, up to 8.5 by 11.7 inches in size, including 3D objects. And, the HP 5550c is fast--scanning a 4-by-6-inch photo into MS Word in less than 28 seconds, or a full page of text into MS Word in less than 48 seconds.

The HP 5550c can be used for scanning photos, line art, and traditional documents. A 35-sheet capacity auto-document feeder is even included to help with your larger scanning projects. The HP 5550c offers easy to use front panel controls for streamlined operation, plus USB 2.0 connectivity for fast transmission and convenient setup for PC and Mac users alike. The HP 5550c comes bundled with a helpful suite of photo and imaging software tools (for PC and Mac) and comes backed by a one-year warranty on parts and labor.

What's in the Box
HP ScanJet 5550C digital flatbed scanner, automatic document feeder (35-page capacity), USB cable, external power adapter, user's manual, Microsoft Windows and Macintosh software on CD-ROM (HP Photo & Imaging, HP Memories Disc Creator, HP ScanJet copy utility, HP Share-to-Web, suite of electronic help tools), plus ScanSoft PaperPort LE and IRIS CardIRIS (for Windows), and ScanSoft PaperPort and IRIS ReadIRIS with CardIRIS plug-in (for Macintosh) ... Read more


  • 2,400 dpi optical resolution, 48-bit color
  • 35-sheet auto-document feeder
  • 7 front panel controls for everyday task management
  • ScanSoft PaperPort and HP Instant Share software
  • USB 2.0 connectivity, PC and Mac compatible

Reviews (6)

2-0 out of 5 stars Good machine but have to work around software defects
I use the scanner everyday for everything from documents to photographs. It is actually capable of scanning a stack of pages in the ADF very quickly into B&W PDF files. Unfortunately, as other reviewers point out, the HP software is mostly useless for this function. There is a trick that I will point out to everyone with this scanner or considering it if they can pick it up cheap from others who have given up: if you use Paperport or similar software and set the driver to windows WIA (rather than the HP driver), then set Page Size to "Quarto" when scanning from the ADF, then it works great. This is bizarre, and I have tried all the other page size settings and Letter will not work--you must use Quarto. Anyway, this proves that the machine is capable of good performance. It is alas software that limits the performance. Perhaps better WIA support will come in the future. In the meantime, despite the bad software, I found this machine to be the best value for a combo flatbed/ADF scanner that could take at least 35 pages. There are other choices like the Fuji if you want ADF without a flatbed, but it's still more expensive.

1-0 out of 5 stars Absolute bottom of the barrel software
I've owned, recommended and used HP products for many years and am a business systems consultant. I have written and designed systems software and application software as well as sold software. Most of my experience has been in technology and sales management.

Do not buy this scanner. The software is worse than bad. I too could not believe the other reviews and wanted the ADF so bought it anyway. Normally, HP does quality work, but not this time.

If HP had any decency, they would create a new version of the software and release it to the owners of this product along with an apology. In my many years of work in the information technology sector and considering the current state of technology, I cannot remember a product this poor from a major vendor.

1-0 out of 5 stars I didn't believe other's review, now I regret
I should say I didn't believe that this product is as crappy as other reviewers described. Because I really like some of HP products, especially HP has been in ADF scanner business for so many years.

So I went ahead and bought a HP 5550C with thoughts that I (as a computer professional with 12 experience and a former HP employee) can manage to make it work.

But clearly I'm wrong, and so wrong that the 5550C software is by far the worst software I have ever seen!!! I really do not understand that why HP even bothers to release this product to market, and HP should really "fire" the software team and the QA team for doing nothing but damaging its reputation.

I agree with other reviewers completely. The 5550C hardware looks well constructed and sturdy. The problem comes from the software piece.

Sigh ....

1-0 out of 5 stars Great Scanner, HORRIBLE Software
I would first like to preface this review by mentioning that I used to be a programmer and system design analyst for Accenture, so I know a thing or two about software. It is really a shame that this great scanner comes with such lousy software. I already owned an HP scanner when I upgraded to this model specifically to take advantage of the auto document feeder (ADF) that allows for unattended scans of multi-page documents. Supposedly. Here's the problem--the software from HP that comes with the scanner is so buggy, slow and poorly written that it pretty much negates any advantages provided by the hardware itself. It is very inflexible, and unpredictable results occur whenever I deviate from the default settings--and the changes I make often do not take anyway (e.g., I deselect preview for scanning documents, yet it continues in preview mode anyway, slowing the process of creating a PDF). For example, if you want to scan a color document in 256 colors at 450 DPI using the document feeder, good luck. To achieve this, you will have to scan that document page-by-page or settle for the default settings of the software. The software supposedly allows for creation of scan "profiles" that apply specific settings when that profile is loaded, but I have not been able to get this feature to work after many attempts. It gets worse. If your goal is to take documents, large or small, and convert them to PDFs using Adobe Acrobat 6.0, the HP software keeps trying to reconfigure itself right in the middle of the process! There was a patch available on the HP website for this, and it has now disappeared. You might conclude that a good solution to this problem would be to download version 2.0 of the software. Wrong. The developers apparently thought it would be a nice treat to perpetuate this flaw in the new version, and no patch is available! Ridiculous. It's a shame, and a real step backwards for me, as my 3-year-old HP scanner is easier to use and interfaces with Adobe better than tne 5550C. Shame on HP for selling such an inferior product.

1-0 out of 5 stars useless ADF
I bought the scanner specifically to use its ADF, since I have many 3x5.5 and 4x6 photos I'd like to bulk scan. The scanner does not offer either page size, but instead offers many other sizes like A6 and "Japanese Postcard" and a few other odd sizes. Picking any of the offered sizes, I get pictures that scan wrong, coming out too long. Although I can scale the pictures aferwords in Photoshop, it's a step that should not be necessary and results in reduced imaze quality from the resizing.

I've also noted that the HP software will scan directly into a progam, but not directly to a file. Since I want to put in a stack of pictures, scan them to files, then put in the next stack, and keep at it for a large number of pictures, I find it a waste of time to have to wait for the pictures to load into the HP Director or Photoshop or some other program only to have to manually close them all before continuing with the next stack of pictures.

I've made sure that I have the latest drivers and have spend several hours on a few occassions trying to make it work. I'm about ready to give up on it. Since I bought the scanner specifically to use the ADF and the ADF won't work correctly, the scanner is useless to me. ... Read more

106. Compaq Presario SR1401NX Desktop PC (Intel Celeron D Processor 330, 256 MB RAM, 40 GB Hard Drive, CD-RW Drive)
list price: $541.00
our price: $409.99
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Asin: B0007TZ5EU
Catlog: Personal Computer
Manufacturer: Hewlett Packard Office
Sales Rank: 183
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Whether editing your family photos, balancing your online checkbook, or listening to your digital music collection, Compaq's SR1401NX offers a versatile, strong base for your home computing needs. Focusing on affordability, the SR1401NX has room to grow with an available expansion slot, 2 available PCI slots, 5 USB ports for connecting peripherals, and the ability to add up to 2 GB of RAM. This desktop comes with a 40 GB hard drive, 256 MB of installed RAM, 2.66 GHz Intel Celeron processor, 48x CD writer, and a multi-format memory card reader. For a step up in price, the SR1410NX offers a faster Celeron processor, 80 GB hard drive, and a combo DVD/CD-RW drive.

The Basics

  • Hard Drive: Since the focus is on affordability, the SR1401NX comes with just a 40 GB hard drive (7200 RPM). While this may have sounded gigantic at one time, it is one of the smallest hard drives you'll find in a desktop computer. That said, it offers more than enough room for home office productivity software, storing family photos, and a decent-sized digital audio library.
  • Processor: The Intel Celeron D 330 processor might not be as sexy as a Pentium, but it still gets your work done speedily enough. It has a 2.66 GHz speed with a decently fast 533 MHz front-side bus (FSB) and 256K L2 cache. (An L2, or secondary, cache temporarily stores data; and a larger L2 cache can help speed up your system's performance.)
  • Memory: The 256 MB of installed RAM will get you started, but you'll want to add more to handle any kind of multimedia application and most business productivity suites. This desktop has a 2 GB maximum RAM capacity.
  • CD/DVD Drive: This desktop includes a speedy CD burner, with 48x write/read and 32x rewrite speeds. While this won't play DVDs, you can use one of the 5.25-inch expansion slots to add an optional DVD drive.
  • Keyboard & Mouse: The SR1401NX comes with a Compaq keyboard and scroller mouse (both with PS/2 connections.
Screen, Graphcs and Sound
The integrated Intel Extreme Graphics video/graphics card (with 64 MB of shared video memory) is adequate for streaming Internet video, but won't be enough for today's demanding immersive 3D games. It also features an integrated audio card and headhphone, microphone, and line-in jacks.

Connectivity and Expansion Slots
For expansion, the SR1401NX has two 5.25-inch external bays (one available), one external 3.5-inch bay (available) and one internal 3.5-inch bay (occupied), and three PCI slots (two available). It comes with a built-in floppy drive and the following external connectors:

  • 5 USB 2.0 ports (1 in front, 4 in rear) for connecting a wide range of peripherals--from digital cameras to MP3 players
  • 2 FireWire (also known as IEEE 1394 or i.Link) port for connecting digital video camcorders and other peripherals (1 in front, 1 in rear)
  • 1 parallel port for connecting older printers and scanners
  • 2 PS/2 ports for connecting keyboards and mice
  • 1 VGA monitor port
  • 9-in-1 media card reader on the front, compatible with CompactFlash (Type I and II), MicroDrive, SmartMedia, Memory Stick/Memory Stick Pro, MultiMedia Card, Secure Digital, and XD Picture Card
It also has an integrated 56K modem (V.90) and an RJ-45 LAN network port (for a 10/100 Ethernet connection to networks and DSL/cable modems).

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

Dimensions and Weight
This desktop measures 15.35 x 7.17 x 16.54 inches (HxWxD) and weighs approximately 30 pounds.

What's in the Box
The Presario SR1401NX desktop PC comes with a power cord, keyboard, and scroller mouse. It is backed by a one-year warranty for parts and labor from date of purchase, and it includes 90 days of toll-free software technical assistance. ... Read more

107. HP iPAQ Leather Belt Case for 1900 and 4100 series Pocket PC
by Hewlett Packard
list price: $27.99
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Asin: B0000AAAZI
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Hewlett Packard
Sales Rank: 1751
Average Customer Review: 3 out of 5 stars
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  • Stylish and convenient leather belt case
  • Attach to your belt clip
  • Store business cards, credit cards, and other small items
  • Compatibility: HP h1900, h2200, h4100 series
  • One-year limited warranty

Reviews (3)

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

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

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

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

108. HP PSC 2175 Multifunction
by Hewlett Packard
list price: $246.00
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Asin: B00009RU91
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Hewlett Packard
Sales Rank: 1573
Average Customer Review: 3.74 out of 5 stars
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Many household and small office tasks are easily accomplished with the HP PSC 2175 all-in-one. Print, copy, and scan to your heart's content; it even prints directly from your camera's memory card for PC-free operation. Delivering high resolution in any mode, the HP PSC 2175 handles most common media types and sizes, with output speeds of up to 18 ppm in black, 13 ppm in color.

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

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

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


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

Reviews (19)

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

a sincere reviewer!

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

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

109. HP PSC 1209 Multifunction Printer, Scanner and Copier
by Hewlett Packard
list price: $100.00
our price: $79.99
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Asin: B0002YDV50
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Hewlett Packard
Sales Rank: 1603
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The HP PSC 1209 All-in-One office machine offers printing, copying, and scanning solutions for home or small office applications. Featuring a compact design, the PSC 1209 delivers fast HP-rated print and copy speeds of up to 12 ppm black and 10 ppm in color. At lower speed, you can enjoy up to 4,800 x 1,200-optimized-dpi color printing when using HP premium photo papers and with 1,200 x 1,200 dpi input.

Versatile paper handling and the included photo and imaging software let you get creative with your projects--create custom stickers and labels, iron-on T-shirt transfers, and more. HP's memories disc creator takes you even further--create your own digital slide shows complete with sound-tracks, ready to view on your DVD-enabled PC or TV system.

Copy features include stand-alone copying, easy photo enlargements, automatic photo and text enhancements, plus reductions and enlargements from 50 to 400 percent. The HP PSC 1209 also features a convenient low-ink indicator so you'll never get left in the lurch, as well as an easy-to-replace cartridge system. The unit comes with everything you'll need to get started (except cables) and is backed by a one-year warranty.

What's in the Box
PSC 1209, HP 27 black inkjet print cartridge (part no. c8727a), HP 28 tricolor inkjet print cartridge (part no. c8728a), HP photo & imaging software, HP memories disc creator, setup poster and reference guide, power cord, instructions; USB cable not included ... Read more


  • Color inkjet printing plus color flatbed copying and scanning
  • Up to 12 ppm black print and copy speeds, 10 ppm color
  • Up to 1,200 x 1,200 dpi print and copy resolution
  • Up to 600 x 2400 dpi optical scan resolution; 8 MB memory
  • USB interface; PC and Mac compatible

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

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


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

Reviews (3)

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

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

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

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

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


Bill Coe

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

-Eric ... Read more

111. HP No. 45 Black and No. 23 Tricolor Ink Cartridge Twin Pack (C8790BN)

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Asin: B0007TZZPE
Catlog: CE
Sales Rank: 14986
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Thanks to superior pigment-based inks, these name-brand HP ink cartridges keep your documents looking their very best. Whether you're producing richly colored brochures or detailed text documents, every page will be especially resistant to fading and smudges. The cartridges are compatible with all R-series OfficeJets, as well as 700-series DesignJets, 1600, 1100 and 800-series DeskJets, and HP color copiers. Other models may be compatible as well; check your printer or multifunction documentation. This convenient dual pack includes one HP number 23 tricolor cartridge (specifically 23d, where the "d" referes to page yield) and one HP number 45 black cartridge. ... Read more


  • Compatible with popular R-series OfficeJet multifunctions
  • Also works with select PhotoSmart and DeskJet 1600, 1100, 700, and 800 series printers
  • Color cartridge yields about 445 pages based on 15% coverage
  • Black cartridge yields about 833 pages based on 5% coverage
  • Package includes 1 HP 45 black and 1 HP 23D tricolor ink cartridge

112. HP Color LaserJet 3550N Printer
by Hewlett Packard Office
list price: $1,229.00
our price: $999.99
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Asin: B0005923QK
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Hewlett Packard Office
Sales Rank: 6250
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  • 600 x 600 dpi resolution, HP ImageREt 2,400 dpi effective resolution
  • Up to 16 ppm print speed, first page in 22 seconds
  • 64 MB built-in RAM; 350-sheet input capacity, expandable to 850 sheets
  • HP Jetdirect en3700 Fast Ethernet external print server
  • USB 2.0 interface, optional wireless networking; PC and Mac compatible

113. HP Pavilion a810n Desktop PC (AMD Athlon XP 3300+ Processor, 512 MB RAM, 160 GB Hard Drive, Dbl Layer 16X DVD+/-RW/CR-RW Drive, CD-ROM Drive)
by Hewlett Packard Office
list price: $870.00
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Asin: B0006VHV64
Catlog: Personal Computer
Manufacturer: Hewlett Packard Office
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114. HP DeskJet 5550 Inkjet Printer
by Hewlett Packard
list price: $123.00
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Asin: B000067R8W
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Hewlett Packard
Sales Rank: 4890
Average Customer Review: 3.97 out of 5 stars
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The HP DeskJet 5550 offers home users versatility combined with appealing modern styling. This cleanly designed inkjet printer flows smoothly from high-speed monochrome reports to exquisitely detailed family photos with minimal effort. Specially engineered paper sensors automatically adjust for various weights and surfaces, creating optimal print quality every time.

Standard resolution is an impressively clear 1,200 x 1,200 dpi, while photos receive an exceptional 4,800 x 1,200 dpi. Top print speeds are 17 pages per minute for monochrome and 12 ppm for color. Paper sizes range from letter and legal sheets to envelopes and cards; transparencies, labels, and iron-on transfers can also be processed with ease.

Upgradable options include duplex printing and network connectivity, allowing you to economize on consumables or adapt the 5550 for use in a small office. The printer is compatible with Windows and Macintosh systems, and connects via either IEEE 1284 parallel plug or USB port. Hewlett-Packard provides a one-year warranty with onsite service. ... Read more


  • Economical color inkjet printer with photo-quality performance
  • Up to 4,800 x 1,200 dpi resolution on photo paper
  • Prints up to 17 ppm black, and 12 ppm color
  • Onscreen ink level indicator; print cancel button
  • Parallel and USB connectivity, PC and Mac compatible; optional networking

Reviews (98)

5-0 out of 5 stars Comparing is Believing
Originally I was set to buy a Canon S750. I read very good reviews on the Canon S750 but have always owned a HP inkjet (694C for 7 years). When the 5550 hit the market at 149.00 (20.00 less then the Canon) I actually purchased both the hp 5550 and the canon S750 to make my own side by side comparisons. I could not resist comparing the two. The ease of set up on both was comparable, extremely easy. Both offer a USB and a parallel connection. The HP offers a add-on duplexer for front and back printing (at an additional cost). Print speeds I would have to give the edge to the Canon. The Canon is also remarkably economical due to the separate ink cartridges which really impressed me. Now to the real test. Text is remarkably sharp and dark on the HP, almost laser like, while the Canon was okay, text was not as dark and appeared to be a little soft. On graphics the canon does not do a good job, especially on plain paper when compared the HP 5550 which is outstanding. On photos there is no comparison. The HP (which offers 4800 x 1200 color dpi and 1200x1200 dpi black text compared to 2400 x 1200 color and 600x600 black text on the S750) is by far the winner here. The HP photos came out considerably brighter and truer to color than the S750. Colors were smoother and pictures were sharper. The S750 does an okay job if you do not regularly print photos (especially on their 4x6 completely borderless paper, which I also liked) but pictures came out dull and cloudy compared the HP 5550 (which also does borderless prints on their 4x6 paper with a bottom tear off tab). The Canon S750 has a quiet mode which is very nice. The HP is a bit noisy in comparison. Both have an auto on and off features that initializes when you call up a print job. The Canon can be set to auto off after as little as 10 mins. of no use where the HP will shut off after 30 mins.
After all is said and done, I returned the Canon S750 and am happily keeping the HP 5550. The quality out ways by far any ink savings and all other features are very close.
I also found out through the HP Rep at a local retail store, that the new HP 7150 photo is no different in photo quality than the 5550 and the only difference is the 7150 offers a dedicated feed on the paper tray for 4x6 photo paper and on the 5550 you have to remove the out tray to slide the 4x6 paper all the way to the back of the feeder tray (no big deal though) The 7150 also offers a USB connection on the front of the printer to connect your digital camera to and print your pictures directly from your camera however it is a proprietary port (only excepts HP cameras). Print speeds are a little slower than the 5550 and the price is 30.00 higher. 7150 does not offer a parallel connection, only USB.
I would recommend the HP 5550 to anyone who wants a reasonalby priced fast, excellent text and photo quality printer that is very easy to use. The out the door cost is very reasonable and is very sleek looking. HP has done an good job with this one.

5-0 out of 5 stars It's an HP... What do you expect!!
I have been a HP fan for years and recently was in a pinch for cash and went with a Canon. What a mistake. From the beginning I noticed obvious problems and it finally died after only 6 mos.

I'm a college student and waisting cash is not an option. I found myself in the middle of a spring semester without a printer and out that wasted cash. I learned my lesson and wasn't going to make that mistake again.

After upgrading to a new laptop I knew it was time to find an HP! Having had the HPDeskjet 5550 now for nearly 3 mos I must say it is good to be back with HP! Print quality is simply outstanding! I use the option to make quick (lower quality) prints when I'm working on editing essays. I honestly cannot tell the difference between my "lower quality" prints and the "high quality" prints my friends have with their epsons and canons!

I do agree with another review that the only drawback is the high cost per page in ink. Install was simple with easy to follow instructions. You will need to purchase a USB or Parallel cable seperately as HP no longer seems to be including cables. Not only is it a great quality printer it also has a stylish design. Go with the HPDeskjet 5550 it is worth every penny!

5-0 out of 5 stars HP Deskjet 5500
Loading the drivers and setting up the 5500 is a smooth, pain free process. I had it printing within minutes of being out of the box. The HP "Printer Assistant" program is user friendly. Use it to check ink levels, users manual and make adjustments in print quality, paper type and size. The printer also can run on the default settings, which are fine. Print speed and quality in black and white is exceptional. A twenty dollar b/w cartrige lasts long enough that I consider it a bargain. Printing photo quality pages takes some time but the results are nice enough for me to frame and hang on my walls. The optional photo print cartridge, which replaces the black ink cartridge, is recommended for photo quality prints. This printer does a better job on color photos than my HP P-1000, which I purchased just after the price dropped from $399.99 to $299.99 a few years back. The 5500 sends a pop up screen when the cartridge is about to run out of ink. A nice touch. Changing ink cartridges is a snap. In 5 months I havn't had a paper jam or improper paper alignment. My only complaint about this machine is the loud paper feed. For $129.00, the HP Deskjet 5500 is a fine printer and, I believe, a good value. I'd buy another one and I recommend it.

1-0 out of 5 stars Disappointed
Presently is one year old and doesn't work. All the lights flash indicating a problem. Indicates it is out of ink which is isn't because I have installed two new black cartridges trying to get it to work. Users guide says to reboot it which doesn't help. It doesn't pick up the paper. Only God knows what is wrong with it. It appears it is cheaply make which I guess it is. I would not recommend this printer.

1-0 out of 5 stars Paper Jams and Feed Problems Galore!!!
This printer was a real disappointment. I loved the print quality of photos. However, this printer is LOUD compared to my old 722c, which lasted nearly 5 years. Not only that, it was cheaply made in comparison. After about a year and a half the thing just went crazy and the paper would not longer feed through. It makes a loud crazy sound then doesn't pick up the paper. Customer support is non-existent. I tried to send an e-mail rather than PAY for support and I received a file not found message. This sucks. ... Read more

115. HP HP30S Scientific Calculator with Multi-Colored Faceplates
by Hewlett Packard

our price: $18.99
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Asin: B00004TFL6
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Hewlett Packard
Sales Rank: 4480
Average Customer Review: 3.73 out of 5 stars
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Who says cell phones get to have all the fun? This scientific calculator, with its extensive functions and robust programmability, boasts two colored faceplates, letting your inner colors fly. With a two-line, 7 x 5 dot-matrix display, you can see more, and with over 65 math and statistical features, you can do more.

The HP30S's built-in arithmetic functions include +, -, *, /, %, 1/x, +/-, plus ln, X, ex, n!, yx, log x, 10x, x², and pi. Additional functions include fractions, trigonometry, hyperbolic, root finder, and statistical analysis. The algebraic entry is intuitive, and no worries if you make a mistake--simply edit the command-line history. Scientific features are broad as well, ranging from polar/rectangular and angle conversions to decimal hours, minutes, seconds conversions and arithmetic unit conversions. The calculator can convert fractions to decimals as well as decimals to fractions.

Combining compact size, contemporary styling, and exceptional features, the calculator is ideal for students ranging from middle school algebra all the way up to high school and college-level trigonometry. Two faceplates are included, one in deep purple and one in translucent turquoise.

The HP30S uses two LR44 batteries and includes a one-year warranty. ... Read more


  • Soft-edge keys and generous key spacing for easy operation
  • Includes extra colored faceplates
  • 2-line display
  • Constant mode allows appending of equations
  • Equation solver for simultaneous quadratic and linear equations

Reviews (15)

3-0 out of 5 stars I've Tried to Like This Calculator
I hate to say this but I don't think HP has much control over their products since they're not made in-house anymore. I have tried really hard to like this calculator because it is an HP and I love my 32sII and 10B calculators. Although it's not as bad as the TI's and Casios, it pales in comparison to HP's former products. It does have some good points. It has a good key feel, not great but good. Much better than the current TI's. It has a lot of useful functions programmed in. But that's where it stops. Now the bad. No rubber feet. This thing doesn't stay still on the desktop. All of the clear functions aren't near each other. No set stats keys. You have to go through a list of stats calculations to find the answer you want. Having both memory keys and storage/recall keys is redundant. The quick reference guides use to be printed on the back of the calculator so you would never loose them. Now they are on a little card that's meant to stay in the cover every time you take it off. The thousand indicators are small and at the tops of the numbers. The slash when entering fractions is a small, backwards L symbol. They could have used a regular slash since the blocks on the entry line are made up of a 5 x 6 grid of pixels. It dosen't retain the display when turned off (however it retains recently used equations) although it does retain the display if it goes into auto shut off mode.

I guess with computers and laptops every where the art of calculator design is becoming a lost art. The only reason I'm giving this three stars is because I rate it better than the competition's products which I would give one or two.

5-0 out of 5 stars Hp 30s simply the best...
The Hp 30s is the simply the best calculator for home, work and school or collage use. The hp 30s is a very powerful tool at a low price.

It is a calculator with many fuctions to use at any time. I recomend people to use this calculator because it could be passed on to "teens" at the time they start the senior world and it could be useful for a "start" of university because of its extra fuctions. Hp is a trusted company for every use of it. In most schools the seniors use the Texas Instrument TI 30 XB. That is a very good calculator to use but not as good as HP 30s. The calualtor is not bought just for the design but for its quailty and use.

2-0 out of 5 stars Nothing to recommend it
There's nothing to recommend this calculator over any other cheap calculator by TI, Sharp, etc. I bought it when my 15 year old HP48 died and this is just not a replacement.

If you're out of high school, the idea of a graphics calculator is kind of silly given the accessability of spreadsheets, but as a statistician I found my HP48 useful for lots of quick calculations. The 30S has lost virutally everything I found useful (RPN, all the valuable probability distribution stuff) and has limited functionality in most other areas. What it has got is 3 different color face plates (what? do they think it's a cell phone?) and the virually useless ability to calculate means, standard deviations, and correlation coefficients (why would anyone waste time inputing a bunch of data into a calculator when they could save it in a spreadsheet file?).

1-0 out of 5 stars An unworthy piece of junk.
It is cheap, which is the only thing going for it. Aside from the usual complaints about it not being an HP (no RPN? terrible keys? fashionable looking?), it had a short unhappy life before it started crashing. Crashing when turned on. Crashing when picked up. Crashing when doing multiplications. I gave mine away and the person who got it had nothing but complaints.

5-0 out of 5 stars Not a traditional HP but a good calculator
The Hp 30s is the best calculator out there for its price. It is also the most accurate with 24 digits of precision compared to just 12 or 13 on the rest. Most of the people out there who dislike this calculator are hp traditionalists, and think anything without RPN is horrid. (They just bought the wrong calc. HP is Supposed to release a new RPN calc Soon after they release the hp 9s a low end scientific and the 9g a graphing calculator in the 30s form factor.) The only other calc I would consider in this price range is the casio 115ms. ... Read more

116. HP Thumb - keyboard ( FA302A#AC3 )

our price: $46.99
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Asin: B0006U6G8E
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Hewlett Packard (Consumables)
Sales Rank: 28470
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QWERTY layout, Shortcut keys, , ... Read more

117. HP Officejet7110 All-in-One Multifunction
by Hewlett Packard
list price: $480.00
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Asin: B00008W85I
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Hewlett Packard
Sales Rank: 9583
Average Customer Review: 3 out of 5 stars
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  • Print, scan, copy and fax in color
  • Auto document feeder
  • Up to 2,400 x 1,200 dpi black printing, 4,800 x 1,200 dpi color
  • Up to 22 ppm print speed, 48-bit color depth
  • PC and Mac compatible; 1-year warranty

Reviews (13)

5-0 out of 5 stars Best Multifunction Around!
I must say I agree with some people about this machine, it does have some issues like the size is big and it does shake some while printing but for the most part this is the best machine I have ever owned. Reguardless of what was said previous it does work in Adobe PhotoShop CS which I use. When you load the drivers it installs a twain driver which does come up in PhotoShop. The color is the best I have seen and very crisp and clean. When you open the cover you can tell this is built much more solidly than almost any office machine available. The cartridges are faily inexpensive for ink jets. You can print on many different paper sizes another critizism is the tricolor cartridge. It would be much better with separate cartridges also you have to be careful about the color cartridge, when you print in greyscale it still uses color ink so it can go fast if you are not careful. I wish HP would only use black ink in greyscale but thats where alot of their money comes from I am sure. When you consider the faxing, scanning, quality printing, and copying all from your home office this printer is top notch.

5-0 out of 5 stars Does what it says.
Just recently bought a competitive product, i.e. scanner copier and printer. I returned it the same day and bought the HP 7110. Happier than a clam. I've always had HP, but for the last few years, now I'm back. This is a great product. It's classic HP quality, (Weighs a ton) but has the quality in printing, scanning and copying. Even the Fax is simple to use. I like the stand alone fax and copy capabilities, makes life easier in the home office world. I use the machine for a combination of home office activity and personal use. I just scanned in a picture at the highest resolution and printed it at the same on HP photo paper. I'm hard pressed to find the difference in the scanned copy. If you have a home office or a small business buy this machine. You'll be happy you did. Don't waste your time with other equipment. CEO Carey Fiorina has done it again.

3-0 out of 5 stars Problems From Beginning Seem to be Fixed
I have never spent so much time with reps (In India no less) in trying to figure out problems. They sent me black & white new cartridge..that didn't help (I had brownish red print all the time.) Then another rep said it was the color cartridge an sent me one of those, THAT didn't work. Finally they sent me a new machine, sans the top which they said to keep and install on the new "bottom." Then, although all copies went through & the confirmation said they all went, the receivers kept telling me that they didn't get all copies. HP then sent me a new top, so virtually, my entire machine (except prints heads) were replaced. Now all seems to be OK. Good point - You can print on "fast" although the colors are faded when you use these method of copying. Reps were very nice but spent much too much valuable time on the phone with them.

5-0 out of 5 stars cheap and good
Though I got a deal on mine elsewhere.. I just want to mention that it's important to follow the directions. This thing has *separate* print heads from the ink and if you don't install them properly, you can really damage it (like I did with my first Epson.) My father started to set this up (not bothering with the directions,) and almost did just that. This is a change in HP's part, as they usually build the print heads into the ink cartridges. This does save the user $$, but you have to be careful during installation. I had an error during install because I have Microsoft Java instead of Sun Java (or vice-versa?,) but it doesn't matter. It just let me hit "ok" and yeah I don't have the old java. It's very clearly explained on HP's site (under drivers -> HP 7110 -> Support, whatever.) It's for a web-based scanning feature, if you should really want to do that (?)

1-0 out of 5 stars Piece of [junk]
Apparently there is no bottom for HP poor quality.
No wonder Fiorina is so big fan of outsourcing.
Anyway, I bought my OfficeJet 7110 from Costco. Excellent price and good looking printer. Saved a lot of spave on my desk.
The printer didn't work. I've got "Carriage Error" no matter what I did. ... ... Read more

118. HP DeskJet 612C Color Printer
by Hewlett Packard
list price: $99.99
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Asin: B00000JYJ5
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Hewlett Packard
Sales Rank: 12948
Average Customer Review: 2.71 out of 5 stars
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Hewlett-Packard makes fine printers for business, personal, and family uses and the HP DeskJet 612C color ink-jet printer is no exception. You get the crisp black text you'd expect from a printer and vibrant color printing created with HP's Color Layering Technology. It's also easy to install, making it a nice complement for any desktop or laptop arrangement.

The HP DeskJet 612C color ink-jet printer enables you to produce professional-looking letters and r&eacute;sum&eacute;s on any stationery in a brisk five ppm for black and 2.5 ppm for color. Want to share snapshots with the extended family or copy avintage photo? With the addition of the optional HP photo cartridge, the printer can create color-photo-quality prints on HP photo paper by drawing upon HP's ColorSmart III technology, which layers colors in precise ink drops. The HP DeskJet 612C color ink-jet printer can jazz up everything from your business and personal projects to homemade invitations, announcements, and student reports. ... Read more


  • Easy instructions for a quick installation
  • Sharp text and vibrant color even on plain paper
  • Optional photo cartridge for photo-quality color
  • HP ColorSmart II technology
  • Up to 5 ppm black, 2.5 ppm color

Reviews (21)

3-0 out of 5 stars Extremely noisy and ink cartridges too small
Others have mentioned that the ink cartridges are smaller (20 ml.) than other printers that use 42 ml. cartridges. Since the small cartridges cost the same as the large ones, you will lose the savings you made by buying this cheeper printer after you've bought only a few cartridges. I'm a student, and have bought maybe 12 cartridges in the last 2 years. At almost [$] a cartridge, the difference adds up fast. Also, if you are a person that likes to use a highlighter, the ink from these cartridges will smear when you use a highlighter over it...very messy looking. The ink from the HP 45 cartridges doesn't seem to smear like that, but you can't use that size with this printer. Your only choice for black ink is the HP 20 cartridge.

I don't think it is possible to emphasize enough the noise this thing makes. It's probably four times louder than other printers I've used. It has awakened family members sleeping in adjacent rooms, so if you were planning to use the printer at night, be aware that you'll have to save printing for the morning in order for others to sleep.

If you live alone (and not in an apartment), only plan to print a few pages every now and then, and are not a student, writer, or in business, this might be an ok printer for you. It is very easy to set up.

5-0 out of 5 stars What's important to me in a printer?
The lack of paper jams is important to me in a printer. This one keeps it to a minimum. I won't say it hasn't happened, but not for ages. The print quality is excellent too. The two cartridges you need, though not cheap, last a good long while too (they run around $30 each, give or take a couple of bucks here and there). In summary, the lack of paper jams, the quality of printing and the availability of the cartridges (moreso now than two years ago) makes this a good buy.

1-0 out of 5 stars Nothing but probs
Ok for regular black and white printing on paper. However, anything more than that and the printer frequently failed. Colors were not that good, photos - forget it and card stock, envelopes, etc., frequently jammed. Ink runs out without warning.

4-0 out of 5 stars A Pretty Good Printer
This is the only printer I've ever had but I've had it for two years now without a single problem so I guess it's safe to say that the durability factor is up to par. The quality of color pictures print out with amazing clarity and the black ink hardly ever smears. My only complaint about the Hewlett Packard Deskjet 612c is how expensive the ink cartilages are compared to other more luxurious printers. I'm hardly complaining, though, because the price of this and the quality that comes with it is overall a very good deal. You'll definitely get your money's worth with this machine and I wouldn't trade it for any other... At least for this price.

4-0 out of 5 stars Great for the price
I have had this printer for over a year and have had no problems. The ink products are very easy to find, especially online at The cartridges have been renamed however, C6614A is now called HP 20 their basic black ink cartridge. This information is easy to find on the web site. ... Read more

119. HP iPAQ 4155 Pocket PC
by Hewlett Packard Office

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Asin: B0000DBJTZ
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Hewlett Packard Office
Sales Rank: 5519
Average Customer Review: 3.84 out of 5 stars
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  • Slim, sleek, and affordable
  • Integrated Bluetooth for wireless communication with other Bluetooth devices
  • Secure Digital slot for greater storage and expansion
  • VPN software provides enhanced security for wireless connection
  • Removable/rechargeable Lithium-Ion battery for continuous power

Reviews (37)

5-0 out of 5 stars All-in-all a great product (especially for only $450)
I have very few complaints with my iPAQ. I've had it for about a month now, and using it in conjunction w/ my Bluetooth enabled Sony Ericsson T610 has been pretty sweet.

Like others have said, the battery life is nothing great. A little more memory would be nice as well. But the battery life and memory isn't sub-par; it's current with the market right now.

Another thing is the FileStore. Prior to this, I had the 1945, which has the same dimensions (.01cm smaller?) and similar feature set (minus Wi-Fi). The FileStore (an area of memory that isn't erased when if you must hard reset) is only 3mb on the 4155, compared to 13mb on my 1945.

I love the fact that it fits in my scrub pocket, and obviously the wi-fi is great. I have gone into Starbucks and connected so effortlessly that my email was synced before I placed my order.

If you get this (which if you want to have the ability to use WiFi, Bluetooth all in a PPC you should get this one) I would suggest getting one or two SD cards. I currently have a 256mb card, and sometimes it even feels too small.

One last thing: missing the CF card slot doesn't seem that important when you have the SDIO ability. I'm hoping to see more peripherals built using this standard in the next year.

5-0 out of 5 stars Remarkably thin! And all the necessary features
As a previous owner of PDA's (palms) and specifically ipaqs (both a 3870 and a 2215), I am proud to say I've finally found a PDA that satisfies all my needs.

But first, I'd like to start with one piece of advice for any first time Pocket PC purchaser.

** If you're unsure between two models, ALWAYS choose the smaller. **

Why? Because the extra features of a large-sized PDA (like a fingerprint reader?!?!) are almost never worth the increased probability you choose to leave it behind. A PDA's usefulness scales rapidly with its vicinity to you. And a PDA is just about the size of a pocket.... You get the idea..


THE PROS (somewhat obvious)
1. it is ultra thin and weighs only 5 ounces.
2. the screen is bright
3a. it has wireless 802.11b
3b. the wireless features are now very intuitive and somewhat secure, a vast improvement over pocket pc 2002.
4. it has bluetooth for syncing wirelessly or for accessing your bluetooth enabled phone. (This I haven't tested with this ipaq)
5. it comes with a cradle, unlike some of their other models

1. HP removed the stylus holder from the cradle... which means you can't hold an extra stylus conveniently in front of a docked ipaq anymore. Which means, if you want to quickly access something on a docked ipaq, you have to remove the stylus, which you must do very carefully or you'll disconnect the 'paq.

2. the battery life is much poorer than pretty much all competitors'; most notably the Dell AXim series.

3. no compact flash, only secure digital. Although, almost all compact flash ports are typically used for these days is to hold 802.11b cards, which this device has integrated. And SD memory has gotten remarkably cheap, so it shouldn't bother most users. Still, if you have a compact flash requirement, keep that in mind.

4. the screen is slightly yellow when viewed from a skewed angle. Some people care about this... if you're one of those people, be advised. Straight-on, the colors are accurate, however.

5. the new navpad isn't so great for games

Okay, that's it:
Finally, some advice

1. about the wireless features: they drain a lot of juice, so simply turn them on and off as you need them.

2. if you use it to read eBooks, the MS reader it comes with is already outdated! (And the error message is vague about that... I had to figure out the problem by reading microsoft's knowledge base.. not fun.) You'll need to do an update.

3. Buy a protective case; the one it comes with is basically garbage.

1-0 out of 5 stars The LCD cracks by itself!
The LCD cracked while in my pocket with no drop or hit!
Sent the unit to HP and after bouncing around their customer service, I was charged $190 for the repair. Browsing the internet (unsuccessfully trying to find a cheaper repair option) I found several similar complains. It seems like the IPAQ4155 has a serious quality problem that costs 50% of the value of a new unit to fix. I am selling my unit as soon as it comes back from repair and will never by an IPAQ anymore!

1-0 out of 5 stars The problem isn't the PDA, it's Hewlett-Packard warranty!
I bought a pocket pc ipaq and it was very nice, but just for one year...two months after the warranty ended, the product failed to never work again. I sent it to the service, but after one month! they gave it back to me and told me that it is not possible to repair it, or the cost will be more expensive than buying a new one. So I spoke with Hewlett-Packard, and they assigned my case to a "customer advocate", but that person is a real HP advocate who told me "HP products doesn't fail.."??
So I have a nice US$700 pocket pc that doesn't work. Next time I will find a minimum 3-years warranty.

4-0 out of 5 stars It's packed with features, but packed with bugs
I've been on the PDA scene for a while now, and bought a Palm IIIe. It was great; reliable, long battery life, and stylish.

I then moved to the iPaq 3870. It was brilliant; the bluetooth let me connect to my phone to get Internet and Email on the move. It was great, again; reliable, long(ish) battery life, and stylish.

Then, I decided to upgrade to the h4150, to take advantage of the built-in wireless and its clear, crisp screen. As I use satellite navigation a lot, I needed a screen I could see in my car at all times.

This, I got, and the navigation works a treat. Also, the wireless is intuitive (compared to PPC 2002's offering), but not perfect. Synchronisation is frought with problems; sometimes I end up synchronising my PDA's contents entirely, even though I've only changed someone's phone number, or adjusted a calendar date.

Sometimes the unit won't synchronise without a reset.

On the note of reliability, this unit seems to require rebooting a lot more often than its predecessor. If bluetooth doesn't work ... reset. If wireless doesn't work ... reset. If synchronising doesn't work ... reset. See a pattern emerging?

If you buy this unit, and you want to keep this unit, you MUST buy a protective case with it. The one that comes with it is alright, but it's not very protective. I've since cracked the screen and the touch-screen is basically useless now, and it'll apparently cost me £70-£100 ($120-$180) to repair, which I'm not too happy about.

The unit is great, but buggy. If you want a feature-packed, thin, stylish PDA, then get this. If you want a reliable PDA with long battery life, look elsewhere. ... Read more

120. HP OfficeJet 6110 All-in-One Multifunction
by Hewlett Packard
list price: $369.00
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Asin: B00007HULQ
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Hewlett Packard
Average Customer Review: 3.41 out of 5 stars
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Note: The HP OfficeJet 6110 is no longer being manufactured. You may want to consider purchasing the newer HP OfficeJet 6210 instead.

With beautiful, optimized color and fast copying and printing speeds, the convenient, space-saving HP OfficeJet 6110 multifunction is ready to help you. It can handle projects ranging from copying multipage documents in sharp laser quality to printing borderless 4-by-6-inch color snapshots. Equipped with a 35-page automatic document feeder, the HP OfficeJet 6110 gives you complete functionality so you can turn your attention to other tasks while printing, faxing, scanning, and copying.

Professional-looking documents are assured, thanks to 1,200 x 1,200 dpi print and copy resolution, and 2,400 x 1,200 dpi scan resolution with true 48-bit color. Plus, get your documents fast, with up 19 pages per minute (ppm) copying speed. The convenient USB interface is quick to connect and the software is easy to set up. The unit is backed by a one-year product warranty. ... Read more


  • Printing, scanning, faxing and copying
  • 1,200 x 1,200 dpi print and copy resolution
  • 2,400 x 1,200 dpi scan resolution
  • 19 pages per minute copy speed
  • USB interface; 1-year product warranty

Reviews (69)

5-0 out of 5 stars Rather Impressive Machine . . .
This is another fine product from Hewlett Packard. It is a scaled down version of the older "d" series and the current 7100 series all-in-ones. While it is a quality machine for home office/home business applications, it is also a 3rd generation HP photo printer, like that in the current line of HP Photosmart printers.

The 6110 caters to quite a large audience. It has most of the features of the HP 2210 (it is lacking the 6-in-one memory card reader), but it has several things that its comparably priced little brother does not. It has a form feeder, which really makes faxing and copying easier. It has speed dialing capabilities, and has an 80 page fax memory.

The 6110 has the ability to scan at 1200 x 2400 d.p.i., which is on par with their top-of-the-line stand alone scanners. It can print 4X6 borderless photos, black & white at 19 p.p.m, and color at an impressive 14 p.p.m.

The only drawbacks for this machine are that it uses the #56, #57, and #58 cartridges that require swapping between the #56 & #58 for photo printing, and that the capacities of these cartridges are less than the ones used in the 7100.


5-0 out of 5 stars great for a small business.
We bought this printer/copier/fax/scanner as an addition to our business. I didn't expect much, as my experience with computers and peripherals is in the "throw the [thing] out the window" category.

This machine is fast, intuitive, set up is a breeze (on xp). The color printer is pretty good, actually. You get nice photos on the right paper with the right (ok price) cartridge. We now only use our other photo printer for demanding very high quality images. Otherwise this one does the job on a daily basis. We also threw out our headache fax machine and for regular day to day scans, we don't need the peripheral quickie scanner at this point. And the photocopier is good, remembering its an inkjet output, not laser. Does most work-related thing ok.

Immediate noticable minuses:
Limited size of scanner (only 8-1/2x11)
Color printing is a bit slow on hi-res.

I would definitely recommend it for the smaller business or that convenient extra printer/copier/fax/scanner within a larger office or a home-working type.
This is not a top-quality anything. Quality on all the sections doesnt match other top peripherals, as one should expect, but this machine is really a matter of convenience and at a good price..., and it's not to bulky. Good inexpensive product, I'd say.

1-0 out of 5 stars Poor Quality Design and Customer Support
I have owned the HP 6110 All-In-One for over a year now and have experienced numerous problems with the product. First the machine has a propensity to "disconnect" from the PC for no reason, forcing a reboot of the PC to reconnect. The HP "Customer Service" people and I use that term loosely indicated that they had never had anyone report this problem. I told the Customer Service Manager that this was an obvious software issue, which he denied was the case. Yet, a few months later there was a software patch on their website to fix this problem. (The patch cut the frequency of this problem somewhat, but did not fix the problem.) Second, the paper handler picks up two pieces of paper frequently when performing double sided printing (which was the primary reason I bought the product in the first place), resulting in pages for a two sided document. Third, the ink cartridges are of small capacity and have to refilled or changed often, which is expensive. The scan and copy functions work satisfactorily, but the printer function is of very poor reliability.

4-0 out of 5 stars Another Reason to Use a Mac!
Good things for smart people! This machine is a compromise, of course, but, all things considered, It's great.I would give it 5 stars, but, it doesn't do all things as well as stand alones. All of you complaining, I see, are using windows. I know the pain... Also, about HP's having "carriage" troubles, that's very simply a cleaning job. The clear tape that runs the length of the carriage, Keep it clean!
Other than that, HP has it all over Epson (stupid dirt and dust collecting paper feed), it's a good professional quality machine, and you can't beat that duplex (print on both sides) option. A no brainer!
I've owned them all, and needed an all around, I'm happy I stuck to HP.

4-0 out of 5 stars This isn't a bargain....
Hewlett Packard lists the retail price of this printer as $299., I'm disappointed! ... Read more

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