HP Photosmart 7350 Photo Printer


#1

Welcome to the HP Photosmart 7350 Photo Printer page for Friday, March 11th. Please post your questions, experiences, or pricing comments here.


#2

HP Photosmart 7350 Photo Printer
Ain’t no party like an HP Photosmart 7350 party
$69.99 + $5 Shipping and Handling

Yo yo yo! Johan Gutenberg shouting at ya from the great beyond – first off lemme say “what! what!” to all my dirties back in Mainz: Rhineside Kuhrazees don’t stop! Powder tower explosion in full! Schlagen Sie jene Idioten von Frankfurt, in denen sie ihre Würste essen!

Now, down to business: I’m saying buy this printer, like today. Today! Do I know what I’m talking about? Do I? If it wasn’t for me y’all would be carving your Daily Post out of actual wooden posts, know’m sayin? If I had more time, I’d school you chumps in all the aspects of printing, but Audrey Hepburn’s waiting on me at the all-you-can-drink mojito bar, so I gotta take off in a minute. But right quick, here’s what you need to know about this fine-looking piece of printing technology.

Want to print text? 17 pages per minute, yo. Color graphics? 11 ppm. Damn! Get your jollies from high-res printing? I’m kicking 4,800 × 1,200 dpi with this mug and premium photo paper! Six inks, color layering, resolution enhancement. Hook your camera all right up into it and go, or just plug up the camera’s memory card, or get it all connected to your computer if you just got to have it that way. Photos without borders? It’s hip, it’s hip, does that too.

Look, if it wasn’t for Audrey I’d ramble atcha all day. But here’s what matters, yo, for serious real…THAT PRICE! Look at that price, fool! They’s asking two, three, four times that much everyplace else! What you waiting on, an engraved invitation?

Features:
Condition: New, Retail
Print speed: In draft mode, up to 17 ppm black (with optional black cartridge), up to 10 ppm black (with included cartridges), and up to 11 ppm color
Print resolution: Up to 4,800×1,200 optimized dpi (color printing on premium photo papers and 1,200×1,200 input dpi when printing from a computer)
Print technology: HP Thermal Inkjet
Print method: Inkjet
Memory: 16 MB
Printer languages: HP PCL3GUI, PML
Input capacity: 100 sheets, 15 envelopes
Print cartridges: HP 57 tri-color and HP 58 photo inkjet print cartridges
Print directly from many HP Photosmart cameras (like the 735xi you saw here last month) without using a computer
Print directly from your memory cards without using a computer
Or be boring and actually print from your computer
Paper handling (standard): Single-sided
Paper handling/output: 50 sheets
Paper types: Paper (plain, inkjet, photo, glossy, transparencies, labels, cards, iron-on transfers, banner paper)
Interface: USB (universal serial bus, 2 ports)
System Requirements:
CD-ROM 4X or greater drive
SVGA monitor (800×600, 16-bit color)
USB port and USB cable (cable not included)
64-128 MB RAM
500 MB free hard disk space
Microsoft Internet Explorer 4.01 (5.5 or later recommended)
Windows: Microsoft Windows XP, Me, 98, 2000 Professional
Pentium II (or equivalent)
Macintosh: Mac OS 9 or OS X 10.1 or above on G3 processor or greater
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 driver on CD-ROM
HP photo & imaging software, including HP memories disc creator software (Windows only)
Width: 18.7 inches
Height: 6 inches
Depth: 15.4 inches
Weight: 14.3 pounds
Warranty, parts: 1 year limited
Warranty, labor: 1 year limited

hmmm, worth considering. woot!:smiley:


#3

[size=7:fbdf8945e1]Wow! This is my favorite w00t ever!!![/size:fbdf8945e1]

[color=red:fbdf8945e1][size=18:fbdf8945e1]I am the w00t KING…[/size:fbdf8945e1][/color]

w00t owes me a free 19" LCD Monitor! Don’t ya w00t? :smiley:


#4

Way to go WOOT!

Gimme! Again, lower than anyone else out there.

Wouldn’t be suprised to see people buy three… and sell them off… lowest on Froogle was $135!!!

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#5

tune into the history channel. learn a lesson byatch.


#6

nice woot too


#7

nice, i think ill get one


#8

Check out my archive of previous picture contest entries.

http://www.geologicool.com/archive.htm


#9

Canon has a $70 rebate on Pixma + any laptop or PowerShot camera… you can get a Pixma 3000 for about $25… (after spending lots of $$$)

http://www.steves-digicams.com/2002_reviews/hp7350_pg3.html#conclusion

Oh… wait… almost forgot…

[color=red:9d8539fc00][size=24:9d8539fc00]It’s Linux compatible![/size:9d8539fc00][/color]


#10

:evil: Why always HP?!?!?! HP sux. Can’t we get a different brand? :frowning:


#11

Nope, not tonight. Got a photo printer already…always tomorrow!


#12

ninguem merece


#13

Refurb on CompUSA for $10 more – http://www.compusa.com/products/product_info.asp?ref=froogle&pfp=froogle&product_code=305836&cm_ven=froogle&cm_cat=&cm_pla=&cm_ite=feed


#14

i got the 7550 that has an lcd screen for like 10 bucks more than this


#15

I have this printer. Bought it about a year ago. It works excellent. Wish I had gotten it for this price.


#16

Tarnation! I have nearly as many printers as I have speakers! Ever notice how your mouse button seems to be mysteriously attracted to the “I Want One” link even when it is something you don’t need?

Sigh.

Z


#17

good woot tonight.

Pete

www.mobilereviews.net


#18

Eh… I stayed up till 10 for this? G’night…

:shock:


#19

“Re-packaged” at Tech for Less for $66.40…my piggy bank lives to see another day. off to bed


#20

Hmm… might have to buy this one…