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    $289.85 list($299.00)
    1. Canon BJC-85 Portable Color Bubble
    $189.98 list($98.00)
    2. HP Deskjet 3820 Inkjet Printer
    $34.99 $17.79
    3. Lexmark 10N0026 Color Inkjet Cartridge
    $249.99 list($123.00)
    4. HP DeskJet 5550 Inkjet Printer
    $199.99 list($362.00)
    5. HP PhotoSmart 7550 Inkjet Printer
    $38.99 $34.00 list($50.68)
    6. Rhinotek's Lexmark 12A1970-Compatible
    $34.99 $29.99
    7. Panasonic KX-FA83 Toner Cartridge
    $99.95 list($219.00)
    8. HP PhotoSmart 7350 Inkjet Printer
    $249.99 list($299.99)
    9. Canon MultiPass MP700 Color Multifunction
    $199.85 list($239.00)
    10. Epson Stylus Photo 785EPX Inkjet
    list($99.00)
    11. Canon S300 Color Bubble Jet Printer
    list($109.99)
    12. Lexmark Z25 Color Inkjet Printer
    $179.99 list($182.00)
    13. HP PhotoSmart 7150 Inkjet Printer
    14. Fellowes CD Labels (84071) (84071)
    $33.99 $27.95 list()
    15. Avery Weatherproof Mailinglabels
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    16. Rhinotek EPSON STYLUS C80/C80N/C80WN/C82
    17. Cool Waves Preprinted CD LABEL10PK
    Too low to display $12.85 list($39.99)
    18. HP 57 Tri-Color Ink Cartridge
    Too low to display $10.00 list($39.99)
    19. HP No. 78 Tri-Color Inkjet Print
    $39.99 $37.90 list()
    20. Olympus P-RBW Replacement Ribbon

    1. Canon BJC-85 Portable Color Bubble Jet Printer
    list price: $299.00
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B00004SGBW
    Catlog: CE
    Manufacturer: Canon Computer Systems
    Sales Rank: 4889
    Average Customer Review: 4 out of 5 stars
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    Amazon.com Product Description

    The Canon BJC-85 color bubble jet printer is an exceptional combination of lightweight portability and professional-quality desktop printing--a remarkably fast, commanding little printer, enabling you to produce letters, memos, and reports on all your excursions. The perfect companion to your desktop or laptop, both Mac and PC compatible, the Canon BJC-85 color bubble jet printer is practical for travel and use just about anywhere with its long-life battery (and optional battery pack) and the AC adapter. Plus, fast built-in infrared IrDA wireless technology lets you print without a cable connection.

    Sleek size is just an introduction to the printer: documents print in crisp 720 x 360 dpi black and at a surprisingly swift speed--for a portable printer--of five pages per minute in black and white and two pages per minute in color. These rates are supported by a 30-sheet paper feed for continuous printing. The crisp and vibrant colors delivered by the Canon BJC-85 color bubble jet printer on charts, graphs, and photos are necessity, not luxury, whether you are home or away. With the addition of the optional IS-12 color image scanner cartridge you can transform the BJC-85 into a sheet-fed color scanner, which is an outstanding opportunity to gain two compact and portable machines in one.

    Even with the AC adapter and optional battery included, the Canon BJC-85 weighs in at just 4.5 pounds. Printing while on the road or in the air is easy when you carry the Canon BJC-85 color bubble jet printer's impressive high quality with you. A universal power adapter, color and black ink cartridges, and a CD-ROM with printer/scanner drivers are included. Canon offers a one-year limited warranty on parts and labor with SelectExchange on the BJC-85 printer. ... Read more

    Features

    • Lightweight color Bubble Jet printer
    • USB and parallel ports, Mac and PC compatible
    • IrDA technology for wireless printing
    • 720 x 360 resolution in color or B&W
    • Up to 5 ppm black printing

    Reviews (18)

    5-0 out of 5 stars Small, Convenient, Works Great!!
    The Canon BJC-85 is a small, lightweight printer that is easy to pack and works wonderfully well. It has both parallel and USB connections for PC's or MAC's. The quality of the black text printing is very good - especially when you consider the small size and light weight of this printer. The color printing is also amazingly good. The software loads easily, and I had mine up and running in a matter of minutes attached to my laptop. You'll need to buy either a parallel or USB cable, since it isn't included. Canon has the best reputation, by far, of all the brands who make portable printers and this is their newest model. This is really a terrific little printer that is well worth the price for people on the road who need to print from their laptops.

    4-0 out of 5 stars Just what I was looking for..
    This printer is a convenient size for someone with limited desk space or for taking it with you when traveling. The battery pak mentioned that can be used with this printer is available through DELL. It may take a bit of searching to find it. Click on Printers, then look for the Canon BJC-85, then click on more details under the printer icon, then related products on the next screen. It does not state for BJC-85 but it is the correct battery pack or ask Dell for reassurance, I did! I have been very pleased with the print quality of such a small printer, even the graphics are great. For Word Processing that requires mostly black ink, use the large BCI-10 Ink Cartridge it is better than the small black tank you use with color printing. I have not been able to locate the Infrared Driver for it does anyone know where that can be acquired? I am more than pleased with this quality and size of this printer.

    4-0 out of 5 stars Print Word Documents From Your Palm
    If you add DataVid's Documents To Go 4.0 (available from Amazon) to your Palm; and if you also add Docs To Print and IR Print (available from doctoprint.irprint.com); you can then -- work on -- and print MS Word files from your Palm to the Canon BJC-85 via IR (infrared) -- no cords or PC required.

    The printing I get when using my Palm and Canon BJC-85 isn't letter quality. But the Canon BJC line of printers are the smallest, most portable letter-size printers available today. And being able to -- work on -- and print MS Word presentations and proposals from my Palm while on the road is extremely convenient.

    (The above software combination, incidentally, will enable you to also print to other IR capable printers such as desktop models from HP and portable A6 paper-size units from Sipix.)

    The BJC-85 also provides the option of swapping out the color cartridge -- and replacing it with a much larger black cartridge -- which is very helpful, especially since the ink capacity on this printer is quite limited.

    (As a watch-out: be sure to aim your Palm at the Canon BJC-85's IR port from at least seven inches away, otherwise the connection won't be made. I learned this after e-mailing someone at Docs To Print, who was most helpful.)

    Being able to print letter-size documents on the road directly from my Palm is another good reason to leave my heavy laptop computer -- at home -- where it belongs!

    3-0 out of 5 stars Poor paper feed
    I have owned BJC 70 and BJC 80. Both have difficulty feeding automatically. I have had to guide each single piece of paper in order for the feed to catch.

    I have also gone through a power supply. Currently my power button is not operating and cannot turn on.

    I paid the high price of $300 for dependabilty thinking that it was reliable but the variety of mechanical failures have caused me to look for another brand name. I do love the portability design, but I guess design does not equate with dependability.

    4-0 out of 5 stars Good, with one discrepancy (sp?)
    This is a good quality printer. I like it. There's only one thing I don't like. The ink tanks (cartridges) are small. It seems like I'm always putting in a new one. And of course, they have to have all three colors in one tank so that the remaining ink of the other two colors gets wasted. At least the tanks are cheap. ... Read more


    2. HP Deskjet 3820 Inkjet Printer
    list price: $98.00
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B000067R8V
    Catlog: CE
    Manufacturer: Hewlett Packard
    Sales Rank: 12126
    Average Customer Review: 2.39 out of 5 stars
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    Amazon.com Product Description

    The HP DeskJet 3820 offers a great combination of quality and price. Delivering crisp 600 dpi black printing at up to 12 ppm and clear 2,400 dpi in color at up to 10 ppm, the 3820 easily meets demanding home and home office printing needs.

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

    Features

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

    Reviews (56)

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

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

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

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

    5-0 out of 5 stars I love this printer! Don't listen to the other reviews!
    This is, in my opinion, one of the best printers ever(for its price range). I have a few other priner like lexmark and epson, but this HP beats them into the ground. I have had this printer for a long time now and have gone through a few cartridges. So far my "cog" has not broken, and my back door never broke. This printer NEVER gave me any trouble. Anyway, onto the printer. The 4800x1200 dpi is gorgeous. After reprinting a picture that had been developed from a regular film camera, the printed one actually looked better. It is pretty fast and the cartridges last a descent amount of time.

    LISTEN TO ME PEOPLE!
    I am not one of those people that says a printer is good after having just a few weeks. I have had this printer for more than an year. I don't know why people have problems with this printer, cause I didn't have any problems. Maybe it is cause I live in CANADA and maybe the shipment of printers that came here was better.

    P.S.
    The support from HP was great. The people who spoke to me where very respectful and helpful. I don't know why others say it was bad.

    P.P.S.
    I LOVE THIS PRINTER!

    P.P.P.S.
    Go to hell all the people that bad-mouth this printer! ... Read more


    3. Lexmark 10N0026 Color Inkjet Cartridge for the Z13, Z23, and Z33
    list price: $34.99
    our price: $34.99
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B00005IBX4
    Catlog: CE
    Manufacturer: Lexmark
    Sales Rank: 2296
    Average Customer Review: 3.67 out of 5 stars
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    Features

    • Compatible with Z13, Z23, and Z33 Lexmark printers
    • High-resolution color cartridge
    • Standard yield
    • Fast-drying, smudge-resistant
    • Genuine Lexmark quality

    Reviews (3)

    5-0 out of 5 stars Ink for Lex'Mark Ink jet printers.
    I've owned my Lex'Mark all in one printer X75 for some time now & the Ink cartridges I get from Target are the best! I've tried others in my printer & they don't work. Buy them from Target!The price is great! I've paid alot more for Ink cartridges in the past & their not worth it. Targets are!!!

    2-0 out of 5 stars Great if you like being on the receiving end of a hot poker
    Seriously, this is great ink if you have a Lexmark printer - especially since nothing else will work (in my printer anyway). Lexmark has a reputation that seems deserved from my limited (one year) experience. Basically they are known to sell cheap printers (they do) and charge high prices for ink for those printers (which of course you need great quantities of). Moreover this ink does not last very long. Ok, that's just my experience, decide for yourself, and if you are already owned by Lexmark (I mean you own a Lexmark printer) then you have to buy this ink, so there you go. Enjoy it, it's fine ink.

    4-0 out of 5 stars Good, but you need the black to make it better.
    I recently got a Lexmark Z23 printer when I bought my new iMac. The printer works very well. However, you should know that in order to get a good solid black, you need to have the black cartridge (10N0016) as well. The color cartridge will provide a nice black, combining the magenta, cyan and yellow. But the black cartridge is almost mandatory for any real depth to your graphics. Or a clean type treatment. ... Read more


    4. HP DeskJet 5550 Inkjet Printer
    list price: $123.00
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B000067R8W
    Catlog: CE
    Manufacturer: Hewlett Packard
    Sales Rank: 4346
    Average Customer Review: 3.97 out of 5 stars
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    Amazon.com Product Description

    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

    Features

    • 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 Great all around printer for the money
    Some reviewers have complained about the HP 5550 spending 5 minutes whirring around and not printing. It does that the first time you put ink cartridges in to calibrate itself, after that it is very fast with no lag. For me, this replaces a Deskwriter 540, and it is infinitely better. It has two ink cartridges, black and 3-color for regular printing, and a photo cartridge that replaces the black one for printing photos.
    Printing photos, even with just the regular 3 color ink on plain paper was outstanding. Not photo album quality, but great for pix of the kids and the like. I haven't tried the photo ink and paper, but I dont plan to. If I want pictures I'll get a photo lab to do it cheaper and better.
    Good included software (on the Mac anyway) that tells you your ink level and sets printer sleep mode. The main annoyances are the lack of an included USB cable, and the enormous power plug "brick" takes up too much space on the power strip. Otherwise it's a good deal for the money, and I plan on keeping it as our main home printer.

    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


    5. HP PhotoSmart 7550 Inkjet Printer
    list price: $362.00
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B000069LI8
    Catlog: CE
    Manufacturer: Hewlett Packard
    Sales Rank: 1937
    Average Customer Review: 4.02 out of 5 stars
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    Amazon.com Product Description

    The HP PhotoSmart 7550 brings exceptional quality, speed, and precision photo printing to home desktops. Crisp detail and rich, vivid color arrive through an optimized maximum resolution of 4,800 dpi, while advanced paper sensors automatically adjust the print settings for best quality.

    The HP PhotoSmart 7550's most remarkable feature is a front-panel color LCD screen that lets you preview and edit photos before printing. With the 7550, you can print directly from your digital camera memory card without using a computer. Compatible with CompactFlash Types I and II, SmartMedia, Secure Digital, MultiMediaCard, and Sony Memory Stick memory media, the printer can produce borderless photos using the 4-by-6-inch photo paper tray and HP Premium Plus photo paper.

    The paper tray holds up to 100 sheets of varying sizes, and is built to accommodate heavyweight glossy pages without frustrating jams. Specially designed HP inks and papers resist fading twice as long as traditionally processed photos--up to 65 years in some cases. The included software bundle lets you organize and file images in a variety of ways--even create custom slide shows viewable on a PC or TV via a DVD player. Plus, Windows users can organize and store digital photos on CD-ROM and print favorites.

    The USB-equipped HP PhotoSmart 7550 is compatible with either PC or Macintosh and has all drivers, power cords, and ink cartridges included right in the box. Hewlett-Packard provides a one-year warranty that covers parts and service. ... Read more

    Features

    • Up to 4,800 optimized dpi, 7-ink system for impressive color and laser-quality text
    • Up to 17 ppm black, 13 ppm color
    • Advanced HP PhotoRet IV color-layering technology
    • Convenient 4-by-6-inch tray for borderless photos
    • Directly accepts CompactFlash, SmartMedia, Secure Digital, Multi-Media, Memory Stick

    Reviews (55)

    5-0 out of 5 stars All the pieces come together in this top of the line printer
    I have owned several HP and Epson photo quality printers.
    Each has been pretty good, but had one or two annoyances
    that grew more bothersome over time. Particularly as
    consumer digital cameras have improved to the 3 and 4
    megapixel level, it was necessary to do something about
    the quality of home photo printers. I think HP had the
    farthest to go and they have closed the gap and taken a
    wide lead with the 7550. The move to seven inks (from
    HP's usual 4)in this model and the ability to go as
    high as 4800 X 1200 dpi, has answered my concerns about
    larger prints from my 4 megapixel Canon camera. This
    printer also has a simple loading mechanism for 4x6
    snapshots and I really like the new print cartridge
    access (to the right of the paper trays), which means
    I no longer have to drag the printer out from under the
    shelf to open its top and change a cartiridge. This,
    plus the front paper loading mechanism, makes the 7550
    a real low profile machine. The LCD and controls allow
    you to print pictures without the computer, though that
    is not a big deal to me. The printer is quiet and fast
    and I haven't given it a picture yet that it hasn't
    handled with beautiful results. HP claims the new inks
    and papers it is releasing with these new model printers
    will last 65 years. I'll get back to you about that
    claim in 2067.

    4-0 out of 5 stars Super pictures, easy set up, flawless prints
    I bought this printer, refurbished, after a lot of hemming back and forth between several other HP models. The photo quality is wonderful, but I will admit, I use the premium plus quality paper. If you want the quality prints, you need to use quality paper. It prints a bit slow, (the only reason for four stars), but not excessively so. I imagine it has to be set that slow in order to get the wonderful photo quality pictures I have been printing. As far as the ink content that comes with the printer, I have printed out 20 8 x10's and still have yet to run out. This printer is relatively quiet compared to a lot of printers I have heard. It does take up a bit of desk space though, so if you're trying to squeeze a lot into a little space, this may not be the printer for you. The set up was easy, printing pictures five minutes out of the box. I haven't used the print from card feature yet, but it's nice to see it takes all types. As a result, I haven't utilized the LCD screen. But those two features are not what I bought this printer for. One thing I have found, the picture quality is best when printed thru the HP software. I tried printing thru Corel photo and colors weren't quite right. When I switched to the software that came with the printer, not only was I astounded by the quality, I found the software program very easy to use and a nice photo set up. I will still use the other software for any altering of pictures, but use the HP software for actual printing. A great printer for a great price!

    5-0 out of 5 stars This is #1
    As a previous Epson fan, I searched for a new Epson Photo Printer before deciding to check the HP (and other) printers. After much research, I purchased the HP 7550. An excellent printer, and extremely quiet (a feature I was not concerned about, but a bonus.) If you want to save yourself weeks of research (this perfectionist did it for you!) just buy this one. It is a top of the line printer at a very reasonable price. Definitely worth the extra few $'s for the extra features over the lesser priced models. The quality of print is superior, even on the non-HP glossy photo paper that I have left from my previous printer.

    5-0 out of 5 stars What a great surprise!
    I orginally bought this printer a year ago as a basic color printer that would work with both my Mac and my husbands PC. The photo option was just a bonus because I thought I would eventually purchase a digital camera and it might be nice to print some out. Well I have been using it now for a few months as a photo printer paired with my Konica Minolta DiMage G600 6.0mp camera. The photos are exceptional. One would never know they were printed from my digital camera. I use the HP Premium Plus Matte paper. As a Senior Graphic Designer I am pretty particular about the quality. My boss liked it so much he bought one for himself! We have never had any problems with the printer and my husband uses it frequently has a general color printer in his home office. I do admit the cartridges are a little pricey but overall well worth it.

    1-0 out of 5 stars The print cartridge holders break.
    I am on my second one. HP sent me a replacement for the first which I appreciate greatly but having the replacement break as well is truly a pain. Today I was printing and red turned to pink. The tiny plastic arm that holds in one of the cartridges has broken again. On the replacement unit!! Otherwise I'm truly happy with this printer but this seems like a design flaw. ... Read more


    6. Rhinotek's Lexmark 12A1970-Compatible Black Ink Cartridge Twin Pack
    list price: $50.68
    our price: $38.99
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    Asin: B0000C6C6L
    Catlog: CE
    Manufacturer: Rhinotek
    Sales Rank: 2871
    Average Customer Review: 2 out of 5 stars
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    Features

    • 2 black ink cartridges
    • Compatible with Lexmark 7000 and 7200NS printers
    • Average yield of 600 pages
    • Resists water, smudges, and fading
    • Full manufacturer's warranty against defect

    Reviews (1)

    2-0 out of 5 stars Great Price Horrible Ink Quality
    If you've ever used Lexmarks brand before you'll agree with me when I say its anything but great, but this product is no different. I saw the Rhinotek brand double pack for $31 and a single Lexmark cartirdge for $25. I went for the double pack and was severly disapointed. At first the in has more trouble comming out than the Lexmark then after it does it has a wider spay so when I printed photos it make the black eliments hazzy. It also ruined some of my video label by covering the colored lettering with black. So take my advise don't buy this prodct. ... Read more


    7. Panasonic KX-FA83 Toner Cartridge for KX-FL511 Laser Fax/Copier Machine
    list price: $34.99
    our price: $34.99
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    Asin: B00009960M
    Catlog: CE
    Manufacturer: Panasonic
    Sales Rank: 5137
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    Amazon.com Product Description

    The Panasonic KX-FA83 replacement black toner cartridge is designed specifically for use with the Panasonic KX-FL511 Laser Fax/Copier Machine. This easy-to-replaceunit will extend the performance of your investment, delivering print and copy resolutions of up to 600 x 600 dpi, depending on your machine settings. Each package contains one replacement toner cartridge. ... Read more

    Features

    • Replacement black toner cartridge
    • Compatible with Panasonic KX-FL511 laser fax/copier machines
    • Achieves up to 600 x 600 dpi print/copy resolution
    • Easy-to-change design
    • 1 cartridge per package

    8. HP PhotoSmart 7350 Inkjet Printer
    list price: $219.00
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    Asin: B00006HZ05
    Catlog: CE
    Manufacturer: Hewlett Packard
    Sales Rank: 10002
    Average Customer Review: 3.42 out of 5 stars
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    Amazon.com Product Description

    Enjoy true-to-life photo quality with the HP PhotoSmart 7350 color inkjet printer. Get up to 4,800 x 1,200 optimized color dpi when using premium photo papers and 1,200 x 1,200 input dpi from a computer, or print directly from digital camera memory cards. From either source, you'll see beautiful photos, thanks to HP's six-ink color system and PhotoRet IV resolution enhancement and color layering technologies.

    Print 10 pages per minute in black, 11 pages per minute in color. Print fast, laser-quality black text at 17 ppm with an optional HP 56 black inkjet print cartridge. Print directly from your digital camera memory cards using convenient card slots--without using a computer. Or, simply connect your HP digital camera with direct-printing capability to the front USB port, then print your photos (also without using a computer).

    Should you want to, you can easily save photos to your PC and print borderless photos using the 4-by-6-inch photo paper tray and HP premium plus photo paper. Photos from the 7350 resist fading twice as long as most traditionally processed photos, up to 65 years (requires premium photo plus paper and six-ink color printing with the included HP 58 photo inkjet print cartridge).

    Other features include a save-to-PC button, HP Memories disc-creator software, auto paper-type sensing, an ink backup printing mode (which completes the print job if the cartridge runs out), a convenient 20-sheet 4-by-6-inch photo tray, and a 100-sheet, 8.5-by-11-inch paper tray. An optional two-sided printing accessory (C8955A#A2L) is supported.

    What's in the Box
    HP PhotoSmart 7350 printer, power cord, HP 57 tri-color inkjet print cartridge 17 ml (C6657AN), HP 58 photo inkjet print cartridge 17 ml (C6658AN), Basics Guide, HP PhotoSmart setup placemat, software installation sheet, HP photo paper starter pack, Windows and Macintosh drivers on CD-ROM, HP photo and imaging software (including HP memories disc creator software for Windows) ... Read more

    Features

    • Up to 10 ppm black, 11 ppm color; 17 ppm black with optional cartridge
    • Up to 1,200 x 1,200 dpi black resolution, 4,800 x 1,200 optimized dpi photos
    • Accepts CompactFlash, SmartMedia, Secure Digital, and Memory Stick
    • 6-ink color system; optional 2-sided printing
    • USB interface; PC and Mac compatible

    Reviews (45)

    5-0 out of 5 stars Quiet, easy to use - and the photos look fantastic!
    There is so much to recommend about the HP 7350. Printing is extremely quiet and professional in appearance. You have the option of either hooking it up to your PC or Mac (USB cable must be purchased separately) or operating it as an independent unit by simply inserting your smart card into the slot on the front. If you want to print 4x6's, there is a separate tray/slot for this size of paper. The controls have a nice feel, and the screen displaying the options is angled up slightly, making it easy to read for most people. You can print out an "index" or proof sheet of the photos on your card for preview.

    The unit comes with 57(color) and 58(photo) cartridges that are about 1/3 full. If you want to use this as a regular ink jet as well, you'll have to buy a #56 black ink cartridge. It also comes with a few sheets of glossy photo paper to get you started.

    The photos that come out of this printer look as though they were professional printed, with high resolution (of course, the resolution of your digital camera has a lot to do with this) and a clean look. The printing itself is rather slow, especially if you are used to a laser printer as I am, but the results are well worth it.

    I highly recommend this printer to anyone with a digital camera. You won't regret it.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Excellent photo printer
    I struggled with choosing between Epson and HP. So many great write-ups about the Epson photo printers, but time and time again when I saw what the HP printers produced in the stores it amazed me. So after being an Epson fan for so many years, I decided to make MY own comparison. I took a CF memory card with pictures saved on it to the local store. I looked only for printers that had slots for various memory cards, which I found (1 Epson and 2 HPs). So I proceeded to take a few 4x6 papers and test print on each of the printers, with NO modifications to the saved image. The results were dramatically different. Both the HP 7350 and 7550 came out ahead of the Epson. The HP was very easy to use and fairly straightforward. It took me several attempts to get the Epson to work. In the end, the HP won in side-by-side comparison. I've been using my HP 7350 for a couple of weeks now and am extremely pleased with the quality and ease of use.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Couldn't be better
    Wow, it seems the reviews on this machine range a lot. Well I can only say good things about this printer. First of all, I am an Epson person, I never use any printers outside of Epson, but Im tired of my Epsons always breaking down, and promising what they dont deliver. I was very impressed with the small things, like the individual holding tray for 4x6 glossy paper, plus the fact that it is a reader for 4 different types of portable media, including MMC, SmartMedia, and Compact Flash. It has a very easy to use and yet effective built in control panel so one can print pictures right off their cameras, bypassing the PC all together. I couldn't give this printer a better rating. And I never thought an inkjet printer can have such *superior* printing abilty. If i didnt do it myself, i would swear that those pictures i took off my cheap digital camera were made strait from the photo shop, and imagine what this thing can do with a high megapixel digital camera. Only shame is I cannot find any non-HP manufactured inks for this printer, gotta get em' from HP. I am using a 850 mhz machine w/ windows 2000 pro and I have never seen such a good printer, plus I have to admit, it has a nice look and feel to it. GET THIS PRINTER!

    3-0 out of 5 stars Not worth the money )$148.00
    The problem I have is the faces being rather fuzzy. Have tried everything to correct it , have not figured out how or if it can be done.
    Its very easy to use, if only I could get clearer pictures!

    3-0 out of 5 stars 7350 Highs and Lows
    We bought the HP 7350 Photosmart Printer at Christmas. It looks great and is, mercifully, quiet. It doesn't click and "whirr" like the other, cheaper printers we have. Front card slots make it a stand alone product, but you lose some control over the prints. Generally the Printer looks and feels professional.
    We get fast prints on lower resolutions. Very fast. Occasional printing gives good, vibrant colours on affordable photos. Under Windows XP Professional, printing, and the software control options, have been generally reliable, though not cheap. We had problems with earlier Windows and USB versions. If the 7350 went offline, we couldn't get it back without a hard reset. It's all fine until you use it every day, and, a lot. Running costs are high. And now, it's started printing in pink. So it's OK for the occasional home user. Don't rely on any ink-jet printer for business. Running costs,and hassle, have consigned our 7350 to the kids' room. It just proves that pre-printed documents are better, cheaper, and more reliable than using ink-jets. Any time. Our 7350 is a smart, occasional, photo-printer, excellent for fast text prints. That's all. ... Read more


    9. Canon MultiPass MP700 Color Multifunction
    list price: $299.99
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    Asin: B00009L1XK
    Catlog: CE
    Manufacturer: Canon Computer Systems
    Sales Rank: 7934
    Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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    Amazon.com Product Description

    Uniting the engines of the popular Canon i850 photo printer and the Canon LiDE 30 scanner, the Canon MultiPass MP700 photo printer, copier, and scanner enhances both your performance and creativity. Each function supplies the technology needed to make an impressive visual impact, while the unique Canon Think Tank System lowers printing costs by combining individual ink tanks with intelligent management.

    Adaptable for both home and office use, the MP700 delivers high-quality legal and letter-size copies at speeds of up to 22 pages-per-minute in black and 14 ppm in color. The single-pass flatbed scanner processes documents up to 9,600 dpi (interpolated) in brilliant 48-bit color.

    As a printer, the MultiPass MP700 performs equally well with straightforward documents and digital images. Combining advanced technology and Canon's exclusive Easy-PhotoPrint software, it allows you to print directly from digital camera memory cards and produce photo quality borderless 4-by-6, 5-by-7, and 8.5-by-11-inch output without a PC connection and at a crisp 4,800 x 1,200 resolution (color). Canon includes a one-year warranty with InstantExchange program. ... Read more

    Features

    • Individual ink tanks, intelligent ink management
    • Legal and letter size copies up to 14 copies per minute
    • 1,200 x 2,400 dpi optical resolution, 9,600 dpi interpolated, 48-bit color
    • Up to 22 ppm black, 14 ppm color print speed
    • Accepts letter, legal, A4, 4-by-6, 5-by-7, envelopes, and banner paper

    Reviews (2)

    5-0 out of 5 stars Great home printer
    I have purchased this printer 8 months back from Amazon. Great price on the net. I have been using the printer for ever since. THe printe quality is very good. Scanner and Fax works great. I even print photographs and a lot of material for home and my child's school projects.

    I would recommend this product.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Great!
    Only had this for 2 days, so I'm sure something will rattle me eventually, but so far this is a great product. Fast, high quality pictures and print. Good copies. Easy to set up. Good deal so far. ... Read more


    10. Epson Stylus Photo 785EPX Inkjet Printer
    list price: $239.00
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    Asin: B00005AL05
    Catlog: CE
    Manufacturer: Epson
    Sales Rank: 13041
    Average Customer Review: 3.53 out of 5 stars
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    Amazon.com Product Description

    The Epson Stylus Photo 785EPX printer combines high-speed printing with brilliant color and an affordable price tag. It uses fast-drying color photo inks in six tanks, for convenient and economical replacement. A maximum 2,880 x 720 dpi printing resolution, superfine 4-picoliter ink droplets, and PRINT Image Matching technology all combine to produce bright, accurate, true-to-life color. The 785EPX's photo prints are frequently indistinguishable from standard photographs, making this an ideal printer for both select professional applications and home hobbyists.

    The 785EPX offers the convenience of photo printing with or without a computer. A PCMCIA Type II card slot is included along with a PCMCIA Type I adapter that supports CompactFlash Type I cards, providing direct printing from many popular digital cameras. An optional adapter supports Sony Memory Stick, SmartMedia, Type II CompactFlash, IBM Microdrive, and Secure Digital cards.

    The 785 EPX prints on a variety of media, including standard letter size, greeting cards, banners, 4-inch roll paper, and 4-by-6, 5-by-7, and 8-by-10-inch borderless paper. Print speed is a respectable 8 ppm for black-and-white prints, while a draft (but still good-looking) 4-by-6-inch photo takes roughly 54 seconds.

    The software bundle includes EPSON Software Film Factory with Print Image Matching support, Arcsoft PhotoImpression 3.0, and QBeo PhotoGenetics 2.0 TE to help you get the most out of your prints. Installation with a PC or Mac is straightforward via the built in USB and PCMCIA ports. Adjusting print settings is easy thanks to the intuitive onboard control panel. The 785 EPX comes standard with a roll-paper holder and a one-year warranty. ... Read more

    Features

    • Up to 2,880 x 720 dpi resolution
    • Uses 6-color quick-drying inks for smudge-free results
    • Prints directly from digital camera memory cards
    • Standard USB interface; PC and Mac compatible
    • Supports a wide variety of media including roll paper

    Reviews (70)

    3-0 out of 5 stars Double-edged sword
    The Epson 785 has amazed and angered me all at once. The photo-quality prints are stunning, however, those little 'track marks' that other reviewers have told about are present on my photos as well. The photo paper brand has alot to do with it, tho. HP paper shows the worst marks (9mil), Epson and Kodak paper (8mil) isn't too bad, but under good light, I can still see faint track marks. They are made by the small metal 'cogs' that guide the pic once it leaves the print head. I can't figure out why epson used this type of mechanism, clearly if the ink is still wet, these cogs will leave marks. I'll have to return this printer- I can't display or sell my photos w/ this type of flaw!!
    I DO like the software package, however. Once you get used to the nuances of it (2-3 pics) its flexible enough for most anyone.

    1-0 out of 5 stars terrible printer
    This is the second epson printer I have owned. Both printers have the same problem. The extremely annoying problem is printer head clog if you don't use it in 7 days. Then you need to clean it. Each clean cycle will use about 1/10th of ink. I usually can print seven 7x10 photos per set of cartrige. Rest of the ink is used for printer head cleaning. It is also very slow for photo printing. I don't know if all of the inkjet printers have the same problem!

    1-0 out of 5 stars Horrible Printer
    This is a terrible printer. I've never seen any piece of equipment that takes so long to get going - anytime you do ANYTHING (even just changing the cartridge), it rolls the cartridges back and forth multiple times, rolls the paper bar, etc. etc. until you finally turn it off and try again. It takes a good 5 minutes for the stupid cartridges to center and stop rolling so you can change them. Plus, it goes through a color cartridge before you've even printed what would be a roll of film. To top if off - the quality is poor - the colors are NEVER right. Look elsewhere for a better printer

    1-0 out of 5 stars Epson Stylus Photo 785EPX
    Absolutely the worst printer I've ever owned.

    4-0 out of 5 stars 785 work horse
    Being a professional photographer, I went entirely digital about 18 months ago. My first investment was a Epson 1280. I loved it but needed a 2nd printer to print different items, most notably, proof prints and preview sheets for my customers. I bought my first 785EX. Being honest, at times I have problems with head clogs, but my 1280 clogs once in a while too. It is the nature of the beast. I now have 3- 785's. The last two I purchased from a office supply outlet on clearance for $45.00 each. Granted they clog once in a while, but if you can live with that shortcoming they are a great printer. The color matching is great, and the prints are fantastic. The key is using good paper. Epson paper is great, but a bit pricey if you go through a lot of paper. I have also had great luck with some red river papers. Draw backs of this model are few but the color ink cartidge is one of them. I get about 20 8 x 10 enlargements from a color cartridge. Have been buying non-Epson ink from a on line ink supplier with good results. Overall, maybe I have just been lucky, but I swear by Epson printers and the 785, for the money will print 8 x 10 prints as good as my Epson 1280. ... Read more


    11. Canon S300 Color Bubble Jet Printer
    list price: $99.00
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    Asin: B00005OQMJ
    Catlog: CE
    Manufacturer: Canon
    Sales Rank: 14999
    Average Customer Review: 4.21 out of 5 stars
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    Amazon.com Product Description

    For printing standard office documents and glossy family craft projects, the Canon S300 printer delivers outstanding quality and value. Sized at just 10 by 15 inches, it was thoughtfully designed for comfortable use even in cramped home offices. (In this case, good things definitely come in small packages.)

    Color prints are churned out at up to 7.5 color pages per minute, with a color-saturated 2,400 x 1,200 dpi resolution. Canon's bubble-jet technology supplies 128 nozzles for each color, all of which originate from the same compact cartridge. Monochrome print jobs are processed at up to 11 pages per minute, and receive a letter-perfect 600 x 600 dpi resolution.

    The S300 can produce exceptional, photo-quality prints, including edge-to-edge, 4-by-6-inch photos. Paper-handling possibilities include envelopes, transparencies, glossy photo sheets, and banners, as well as plain paper in letter and legal sizes. The printer connects to your system via a single USB cable, making installation simple and keeping your desk free of clutter.

    PhotoRecord image processing software is included, along with drivers for both Windows and Macintosh systems. Canon provides a one-year, limited warranty with instant exchange service available as an option. ... Read more

    Features

    • High-quality color printing on many types of paper
    • Up to 2,400 x 1,200 dpi color resolution, 600 x 600 dpi black
    • Up to 11 ppm black, 7.5 ppm color
    • Convenient USB interface; PC and Mac compatible
    • PhotoRecord software for edge-to-edge 4-by-6-inch photos

    Reviews (28)

    5-0 out of 5 stars A great printer, a great price.
    I can't praise this printer enough. I haven't owned an inkjet printer, so maybe I'm easily impressed. But from the moment I brought it home, this printer has exceeded my expectations.

    The S300 is quite small, so it fit easily into my (somewhat cramped) office. It was very easy to hook up to my computer and install the drivers on Windows. The written instructions were clear, and the driver installation program guided me through the head calibration task in no time.

    After that, everything just worked. I printed out a few color images and web pages just for fun, and have since used it quite often to print out verious tax-related documents and letters. The print quality is impressive, even on plain paper. The printing speed is fine for most documents. And the little extras like automatic power on/off make the printer a joy to use.

    I expected to have to pay twice what I did to get a printer I was happy with. At around $100, this printer is astoundingly good.

    A word of warning: the ink cartridges for this printer are quite small, so if you're looking for a home office printer, you should probably get something more industrial-stength. However, if you only need to print a few pages every now and then, but still want reasonable print quality, then the S300 is ideal for you.

    4-0 out of 5 stars Best Price/Performance value among sub $100 printers
    After comparing HP/Epson/Canon & read countless reveiws, I bought this printer since it is the best all-around printer in the current market...my general impression after months of using this printer are as follow:

    Pros:

    1)small footprint

    2) I've used this printer to print a lot photos taken by a 2MP digital camera on glossy photo papers & the result are simply amazing which rivals the lab processing photo. (it is also recommende that you match your monitor's color display with canon printer via Photoshop's print utility)& nobobay believed that the photo is coming from a $[money] printer.

    3) low cost of cartridge($[money] for black & $[money] for color) that won't break you like other brands that sell you cheap printer but charge obsene price on replacement cartridge.

    4) very quiet during printing & it's very fast too for normal home use.

    5) the cost/performance value simply the best in the market(it's a shame that amazon raised the price of this printer by $[money]after I purchased it) but it's still a good value though.

    Cons:

    1) takes about 20 sec. to do self-cleaning/set-up when first power on, this is probably the only complain so far on this printer based on all reviews that i read, no major complain about the performance or quality of this printer yet. (but hey it takes longer to boot your MS Windows every time you turn on you pc ....so the printer is ready before your pc does...)

    For an average home use, low cost(both printer & cartridge), good quality, quiet & fast priter, Canon s300 just fits the bill for me.

    4-0 out of 5 stars very nice printer- but needed new ink after ~100 pages.
    setup was easy. print beautiful, quick. price great. after having lexmark printers, i shopped with regard to replacement ink prices. canon replacement ink prices seemed reasonable. after purchase, i saw the ink tanks were tiny (9ml black, 5mlx3 color). my old lexmark tanks don't indicate volume, but they look to be 3 times larger than the canon. with the lexmark, i was getting 6 months(about 1000 pages) of printing. with the canon, i used up the black ink after only about 100 pages (half of them cd covers) in 16 days. print quality was set at "standard"- and did not "clean heads" or do other ink-wasting activities. i got far less than the 300 pages the manual says you'll get, esp. when you consider the number of pages that were plain cd covers. i used the tank until it failed- did not replace when the warning came up (worked for about 20 pages). i haven't done much color printing yet, only a few photos and mixed documents. i'm sure the color won't last long, either (manual says 170 pages). i recommend the printer, but be sure to have replacement ink tanks on hand.

    4-0 out of 5 stars Nice Except For Ink Thirst
    Overall this is a very good inexpensive ink jet printer. The image quality, black and white or color, plain paper or photo paper, is outstanding. It's fairly fast and fairly quiet. My only real complaint with it is that it goes through ink like crazy. More specifically though, the small ink cartridges tend to dry out rapidly once opened. If you don't do a lot of printing, you will be replacing the cartridges very often (per page). For example, I only print about 50-100 pages per year. But, I have to replace the (black only) ink cartridge 2-3 times per year, so I end up getting 20-30 pages per cartridge. However, if you do a lot of printing, I'm sure you'd get much more use out of a cartridge, as it would not have time to dry out and you'd be using all the ink. Fortunately you can replace only the black or only the color catridges separately, and while not cheap, they're not ridiculously expensive as some others are. That's my only knock on it, it's a fine little beast otherwise.

    5-0 out of 5 stars The Mighty Mouse
    AWESOME printer for its size (and price)!! Easy to install, easy cartridge change. Color is great, bright and clear. B&W crisp, hi-contrast, not 'fuzzy' like some small printers. Highly recommend for home/school use. ... Read more


    12. Lexmark Z25 Color Inkjet Printer
    list price: $109.99
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    Asin: B000066E74
    Catlog: CE
    Manufacturer: Lexmark
    Sales Rank: 11207
    Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars
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    The Z25 is one of those printers whose price is lower than those of its replacement ink cartridges, so it's a real bargain only for those who print infrequently. This is very much an entry-level printer, where Lexmark has battened down all the hatches to produce an inkjet device at very little initial cost. Its simple design, which sees the rear paper-feed tray fold down on top of the printer when it's not in use, has a simple pullout tray at the front to catch the printed pages. There are just two physical controls, a power button and a paper-feed button. Everything else is done under software control.

    To set up the printer, we inserted the single, tricolor cartridge (a second, black cartridge is an optional extra), loaded the printer driver--which supports any version of Windows from 98 on or Mac OS from 8.2--and the Z25 was ready to go. The driver is well-designed and offers useful information, such as ink level and automatic detection of cartridge replacement. It also speaks to you with progress and error messages.

    In our tests, without a black cartridge, black text came out looking dark brown, rather than truly black, and because the printer must lay down all three colours, the print speed was low. A standard five-page text document took nearly 5 minutes to print, giving the Z25L a real-world print speed of just over 1 page per minute (ppm), far less than the rated 9 ppm black and 6 ppm color. It's best to invest in the second cartridge.

    A 3-by-5-inch photo came out surprisingly well. Although we saw some dithering in areas of steady tone, the colors were bright, if not completely accurate. The 1,200 x 1,200 dpi resolution is high enough for most needs but is realized only on premium photo papers. The print time, at just over 3 minutes, is pretty good, particularly for a printer in this price range.

    The Z25L comes with a one-year exchange warranty, during which time Lexmark will swap out any faulty device. It has a heavy duty cycle of up to 2,000 pages per month and is comparatively quiet in operation. Overall, the Lexmark Z25 represents very good value for money. --Simon Williams ... Read more

    Features

    • Desktop-sized color thermal inkjet printer
    • 1,200 x 1,200 resolution
    • Supports standard media types and sizes, plus Japanese envelopes
    • Standard USB interface, optional Ethernet
    • PC and Mac compatible

    Reviews (2)

    4-0 out of 5 stars Good quality for the price
    This is a good quality printer for a very good price.
    Printing is not too fast, but I never had a problem. The software is good and runs great with Xp. Ideal for home use.

    3-0 out of 5 stars Fine for home, not for an office.
    This is a neat little printer. It is light, so it is easy to move around. It is easy to install, and really easy to operate. The print quality is also excellent for such a small printer. It takes two cartridges, a black one and a multi-colour one.

    The paper handlers slip neatly into the body of the printer when it is not in use, so it takes up very little desk space. And even when in use it is very neat. The paper holder is vertical, so it takes up no space behind the printer. So only the printed document tray is using up space as you print.

    The drawback is the speed. It is very slow, especially printing a full colour document. But there has to be some drawback when you purchase anything, and for the price this is an excellent home printer. Because it is easy to use, the kids are less likely to mess with it.

    If you are running an office, forget it! It is just too slow for business use. ... Read more


    13. HP PhotoSmart 7150 Inkjet Printer
    list price: $182.00
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    Asin: B000069LHZ
    Catlog: CE
    Manufacturer: Hewlett Packard
    Sales Rank: 8286
    Average Customer Review: 4.13 out of 5 stars
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    Features

    • Photo-quality inkjet printer with easy digital camera connection
    • Up to 4,800 dpi color resolution on photo paper
    • 2 USB ports, 1 in front and 1 in back
    • Supports optional duplex accessory for 2-sided printing
    • PC and Mac compatible

    Reviews (23)

    4-0 out of 5 stars Prints excellent photographs


    My HP 890C inkjet printer stopped feeding properly some months ago. I had extra ink cartridges on hand, and they're expensive, so I continued to use it, even though I was hand-feeding just about everything. It was a rare occasion when it fed two sheets of ordinary copy paper consecutively. So, finally I gave up in disgust and bought the Photosmart 7150 Inkjet a few days ago.

    It feeds well, and tonight I just finished printing 32 old family black and white photos, four copies of each,4 up on each 8.5" X 11" sheet of Kodak glossy photopaper.

    The quality is superb! At least as good as the prints you would expect from a quality photo shop. I should say that, on the best quality setting, the printer is extremely slow. But the quality makes the wait worthwhile. Also, it assists in the drying for the picture to come through slowly.

    I had a heck of a time getting 4 up of the same picture on a single sheet. Finally, I went to Corel Draw 8 (Corel Photo Paint

    didn't help) and imported 4 copies of the same picture and enlarged them to fill the sheet. It worked fine, and now I know how to do it in the future.

    The printer is inexpensive, and I hope it continues to feed properly. The best printer I ever had was an HP Laserjet, which I bought in 1989. My experience with that one keeps me coming back to Hewlett Packard. I've had three or four printers since then, and except for the 890C they've all met my expectations.

    Now, if only they would come up with a printer that was fast, as well as capable of good quality...

    Joseph Pierre

    5-0 out of 5 stars stylish, stunning, very reliable
    I had a canon s520 but i sold it because it went bad and I needed to replace the head which costed more than the printer. I'm glad i got the photosmart 7150. its so much better. the prints come out soo good on 4x6 using the photo tank. also i found out hp ink tanks come with heads on them so you'll get a good printing everytime. the ink tanks might cost a bit more but if you put your quality in the settings to like "draft" or "everyday" printing then you'll save a lot of money. go buy this!! its very affordable too.

    3-0 out of 5 stars HP 7150
    My HP 7150 prints nice photographs. The quality is very good, but I have had a lot of difficulty getting 4x6 sizes of paper to feed properly.

    Also, business letters are important to me and I can't get envelopes to feed properly.

    It has been frustrating not having availability of free customer service.

    I will probably replace this unit with an Epson in the near future.

    5-0 out of 5 stars See my earlier review


    I reviewed this product on October 19th, last year. It has been six months now, and the printer is still operating flawlessly. It feeds well, prints great color pictures, and I am completely pleased with it.

    If only HP would make one a little faster, with the same quality.

    Joseph (Joe) Pierre

    author of Handguns and Freedom...their care and maintenance
    and other books

    4-0 out of 5 stars good, but not exellent
    I bought HP 7150 a week ago, and so far it's been running well. I saw severl reviews on the paper feeding problem of this printer, but so far it's not with me. As to the photo quality, I should say, it performs very good in colors and resolutions, but not in color shades. So if you want sth not that expansive for your ordinary photo printing, you can check this model out. One big thing I don't like about it (although I have prepared well for this problem) is that it's extremely ink consuming! Everybody has told me about it, but I was still surprised at the quick decreasing ink level (shown in the software) when printing photos! ... Read more


    14. Fellowes CD Labels (84071) (84071)

    Asin: B000068MGL
    Catlog: CE
    Manufacturer: Fellowes
    Sales Rank: 33331
    Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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    Features

    • Permanent, non-ooze adhesive for safe labeling
    • 8 each of 3 different holographic patterns
    • For use in inkjet printers
    • Won't damage disks or peel off in CD/DVD drives
    • Use with Fellowes Applicator 99940 for precise alignment on CD/DVD

    Reviews (1)

    5-0 out of 5 stars Holographic Labels
    Very eyecatching! Your CDs or DVDs are interesting before you even listen to them. ... Read more


    15. Avery Weatherproof Mailinglabels Laser PRINTERS50SHEETS

    our price: $33.99
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    Asin: B0000A1VUM
    Catlog: CE
    Manufacturer: Avery
    Sales Rank: 63055
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    16. Rhinotek EPSON STYLUS C80/C80N/C80WN/C82 ( RBE32120-4 )

    our price: $51.99
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    Asin: B0001ZRNI6
    Catlog: CE
    Manufacturer: Rhinotek
    Sales Rank: 25488
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    Amazon.com Product Description

    Designed to provide rich black text and bold graphics, this pigment ink provides resistance to water, fading, and smudging. Rhinotek creates each high-yield cartridge to be compatible with the Epson Stylus C80, C80N, C80WN, and C82 inkjet printers. Each cartridge offers approximately 870 pages based on 5% coverage. Results depend on lighting conditions, humidity, color intensity, color range, and print media. Rhinotek provides a 30-day return guarantee, along with six months of exchange coverage. Four cartridges are included. ... Read more

    Features

    • Equivalent to Epson's T032120 black ink cartridge
    • Compatible with Epson Stylus C80, C80N, C80WN, and C82
    • Expected yield of 870 pages based on 5% coverage
    • Water, fade, and smudge resistant; won't bleed through pages
    • 4 black ink cartridges per package

    17. Cool Waves Preprinted CD LABEL10PK Full Color Cd Labels

    Asin: B000068MGM
    Catlog: CE
    Manufacturer: Fellowes
    Sales Rank: 5805
    Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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    Amazon.com Product Description

    If you prefer putting your creativity into the disk's content instead of its cover, this convenient package of pre-printed labels is for you. Including 10 full-coverage labels for DVDs and CDs, the pack offers two each of five different designs. The swoops, swirls, and edgy graphics of the labels are also practical-each design incorporates one or two spacious white boxes for your handwritten or labeler-created text message.

    Each label is created with the same attention to quality you expect from Fellowes. Special adhesive provides a permanent, bubble-free surface, which won't peel off or damage your disk or equipment in any way. ... Read more

    Features

    • Full-cover labels for CDs and DVDs
    • Includes 2 each of 5 different designs
    • Large boxes for text messages
    • Won't peel off in machines or damage disks
    • Special adhesion gives bubble-free surface

    Reviews (2)

    5-0 out of 5 stars so easy a child could do it
    These labels aren't difficult to apply at all as long as you keep a steady hand and try not to be clumsy and quick about it. I wasn't expecting these to look as great as they do - incredibly professional looking as if the graphic was printed right onto the CD itself; flawless. I'd reccomend these strongly if you're not sure how to make labels yourself (like me) and want very cool, professional appearing discs.

    4-0 out of 5 stars Nice Preprinted Labels With Various Designs!
    These colorful pre-printed cd labels come in four different designs. One is a cool psychedelic label which is pink & black, two others are like a swirl with blue,pink and purple colors, and there's also a label that's blue with a white wave. You get a total of 10 labels altogether. Unfortunately, these labels aren't quite as easy to apply as the package says. When you put a label on a cd you must lay the sticky side up flat in a cd jewel case then drop the label side of the cd onto the sticky side of the label. The problem is that the label is so sticky that it sticks to your fingers as you place it in the jewel case. When finally you've got it sitting flat it tends to pop back up and if you aren't quick enough you'll not center the disc properly and you'll get the label off center. I ruined one label because of that. The quality of the labels looks good, but i only give these labels 4 stars for the difficulty in installing them. ... Read more


    18. HP 57 Tri-Color Ink Cartridge (C6657AN)
    list price: $39.99
    our price: Too low to display
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B00005S83B
    Catlog: CE
    Manufacturer: Hewlett Packard
    Sales Rank: 45
    Average Customer Review: 4 out of 5 stars
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    Features

    • Color ink cartridge for HP Photosmart 100 digital photo printer
    • 3-color ink for printing high-quality color graphics and documents
    • Creates sharp, high-color images on plain and special paper
    • Outstanding photo-quality at up to 2400 x 1200 dpi
    • Yields 391 color prints base on 15% coverage

    Reviews (7)

    5-0 out of 5 stars HP #57 ink cartridge
    I just purchased the HP photosmart 100 printer which prints out 4" by 6" size prints. The printer takes the HP #57 cartridge and the photo quality results are great. You would even say that they match the quality of a professional lab. I have already printed well over 50 prints and have not needed to change the cartridge. The colors and skin tones are right on and the glossy HP PHOTO PAPER makes all the differance. Also two of my friends, after seeing my photos, have also bought the HP photosamart printer. Another great feature feature of the printer is you do not need a pc to support it, it directlly accepts smart media, compact flash and sony memory stick. I know this sounds like a review for the printer but lets not forget without the HP #57 color cartrige you have no photos.

    5-0 out of 5 stars $
    Driving home to the farm last Thursday I wrecked my buggy in the ditch. Being stranded in the woods I started getting hungry.

    2-0 out of 5 stars runs out way to fast
    I opribnt maybe 40 pictures and it runs out. At twenty six bucaroonies. That's a lot of money/ picture. I found out Costco will print pictures while you wait for Nineteen pennies a fraction of the copst.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Awesome!
    I just bought a new HP PSC 1210 All-in-one, and printed 4x6 photos on the free sample premium plus glossy photo paper, after installing the HP 57 tri color cartridge. The result? Astonishing!! There's no way anyone can tell that the photograph is a computer printout and not developed on kodak paper.

    True, developing 4x6 can be as low as a quarter per print at some places, making this scheme uneconomical, but I'd highly recommend this for printing larger photos. (5x7, 8x10).

    3-0 out of 5 stars The pictures are great, the ink cost is high
    I use HP 57 and HP 58 cartridges for 6-ink photo printing on my HP PSC 2210 multifunction machine. The photos look great on HP premium photo paper, just like the ones from my local 1-hour photo center. However, after 20 pages (about 60 4*6 photos), the HP 58 cartridge is gone, and there is only about 1/4 left on the HP 57 cartridge. This is killing me. I will just use the local photo lab from now on :-( ... Read more


    19. HP No. 78 Tri-Color Inkjet Print Cartridge (C6578DN)
    list price: $39.99
    our price: Too low to display
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    Asin: B00004SSS0
    Catlog: CE
    Manufacturer: Hewlett Packard
    Sales Rank: 216
    Average Customer Review: 3.55 out of 5 stars
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    Amazon.com Product Description

    The Hewlett-Packard No. 78 tricolor print cartridges deliver an unparalleled combination of print quality, speed, reliability, and low cost per page. They feature precise, microfine drops and produce an outstanding print quality. HP's color layering technology provides smooth color transitions and realistic flesh tones.

    The following is a partial list of compatible printers: HP DeskJet 1220Cse, HP DeskJet 1220Cxi, HP DeskJet 930C, HP DeskJet 932C, HP DeskJet 935C, HP DeskJet 950C, HP DeskJet 952C, HP DeskJet 970Cse, HP DeskJet 970Cxi, HP PhotoSmart P1000, P1100, P1100xi, P1215, and P1215vm.

    Typical yields for these cartridges are 450 pages (C6578DN) and 970 pages (C6578A), based on 15 percent coverage. Average cost per page is eight cents (C6578DN) and six cents (C6578A). ... Read more

    Features

    • Low cost, low yield, 450 pages at 15% coverage
    • Compatible with many popular HP models
    • Produces smooth color transitions and realistic flesh tones
    • Precise, micro-fine drops for high-quality prints
    • Built-in printhead

    Reviews (31)

    4-0 out of 5 stars HP still has a monopoly, but their cartridges ARE improving
    I've owned a HP printer which required the use of the 1823D cartridge, and this cartridge seems to be a vast improvement over that one. I'd estimate that it seems to print about 30-40% longer than that earlier-designed HP cartridge. Of course that could be put down to the printer itself, but the point is that I get more life out of this cartridge than my last ones.

    This is moderately good news for anyone, like me, concerned about the monopolistic nature of ink jet cartridges in general. While I generally think that the Justice Department would be better-served to spend time investigating the monopoly of ink-jet supplies than Microsoft, at least it appears that HP is trying to improve their products.

    Out of completeness, it should be pointed out that the Amazon description, above, fails to mention that this is the cartridge for the 1220 series as well as the 900 one.

    1-0 out of 5 stars No yellow, one cart. didn't even load
    I purchased two cartridges, thinking I was getting REAL HP ink jet cartridges only to find that they are reloads. One cartridge wouldn't even load in my printer and the second had no yellow. I spent $40 and had to throw both cartridges away. It is not only a total waist of money, time and loss of business, but a total rip off and misrepresentation. DO NOT BE FOOLED, DO NOT BUY THESE CARTRIDGES!

    1-0 out of 5 stars no blue or yellow ... poor customer service
    I purchased three C6578 cartridges from imaprint ... none worked properly ... only color that functioned was 'red' ... no response from company despite several complaints / emails

    1-0 out of 5 stars Imaprint company rip off for these cartridges
    In November 2003 I ordered 6 of these cartridges and they were all dried up. So I sent tnem back to Imaprint by delevery confirmation. They received them and I have yet to get them replaced. I contacted Amazon they did nothing because it was over 60 days. I have contacted Imaprint via e-mail and nothing in return has come back. So the bottom line is The Imaprint comapny is a straight up crook.

    1-0 out of 5 stars bad products
    I bought the HP No78 Tri-color ink from this company last Aug, but when I tried to use it in Nov, I found the cartridge is empty! This is cheating! I wrote complaint email to the vendor, but never got feedback. I will never buy ink from any second hand dealer anymore. ... Read more


    20. Olympus P-RBW Replacement Ribbon for P-400 Series Photo Printers, Gloss Finish (200861)

    our price: $39.99
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    Asin: B0000ET7JE
    Catlog: CE
    Manufacturer: Olympus
    Sales Rank: 1293
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    Amazon.com Product Description

    Designed for use with Olympus P-400 series photo printers, the P-RBW replacement ribbon provides four-pass printing, including one for each color plus a smooth, clear-gloss finish that helps to protect your prints. Each color cartridge supports 50 sheets of full size, card, photo-album or index paper prints. ... Read more

    Features

    • Replacement ribbon cartridge for Olympus P-400 series photo printers
    • 4-pass, dye-sublimation print technology
    • 50-sheet output capacity
    • Gloss finish
    • A quality Olympus product

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