HP Photosmart 8750
Review Date: April 11th 2005
HP Photosmart 8750 was first announced at the PMA Show 2005 back in February and is HP's new top-of-the-range A3+ / 19x13 inch sized inkjet printer. The HP 8750 is a 9 colour inkjet printer that allows you to print colour and black and white borderless photos at up to 4800x1200-optimized dpi. When used with the
HP Photosmart 8750, the new HP 101 Blue Photo Inkjet Print Cartridge is claimed to deliver noticeable improvements in images with intense blues, including landscapes, seascapes and sports photos. The HP 8750 also promises to produce truly neutral black and white prints by using a dedicated Grey Photo cartridge. The HP Photosmart 8750 can be used with or without a computer. It has a built-in memory card reader (supporting 7 different formats), monchrome LCD screen and can be connected to any PictBridge-compatible camera. The HP 8750 also has an Ethernet port for network sharing and you can use the optional HP Bluetooth Wireless Adapter to make prints from any Bluetooth compatible device. The HP Photosmart 8750 can of course be connected directly to your computer via a USB cable and used in the same way as any other printer with the supplied HP software. Can the new kid on the block challenge the likes of Epson and Canon and become the A3 printer of choice? Read my review to find out.
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