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Ogpogo
06-10-2007, 01:32 PM
Hey all, up for grabs is an HP Photosmart 7450, a printer that doesnt even need a computer to print photos from your digital camera. With all memory slots provided on the front, its easy, and when hooked up to a computer it provides fantastic prints of any document or picture. I have only used it once to print the "test page", and ended up just networking my computer to the home printer upstairs. Its getting no use from me, and has 100% ink left, cables etc.


It has gotten rave reviews everywhere - here is one of the more informative reviews.


HP Photosmart 7450

From Issue 96 of "Web User Magizine" - UK's Best Selling Internet Magizine.

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As digital cameras work their way into so many homes, printers are racing to keep up with our demands. The HP Photosmart 7450 has taken this on board and can start churning out printed photos straight from your camera's memory card, without the need to turn your computer on. Just stick your card in the slot, print an index of thumbnails and select the images you want.

Plug it into your PC and you've got a range of extra options. As well as the driver software it comes with goodies galore, including extra software to edit and share your images.

Handily, the printer comes with a secret compartment and a cartridge holder for storing a spare one while it's not in use, and a click-on mini paper tray for smaller sized photo papers.

The resulting prints are fantastic, producing the best skin tones of the bunch. Although it didn't win our landscape or text-printing test, it came extremely close, making it a great all-rounder. T

Verdict
All this can't detract from the balance of features and price though, which is fantastic news for digital photographers. At a good 10 cheaper than its closest rival, all corners covered for home printing and photography needs, and smashing results from its prints, this is a tough model to beat.

Im not looking to swipe your money, just asking a fifty dollar bill for it.

updated price $40 delivered takes it, I can meet or deliver.

Thanks:clap:

Ogpogo
06-17-2007, 09:28 PM
Bum, skittity bum ~ Bump.

Ogpogo
06-19-2007, 11:12 AM
lol, $40 and I'll deliver. Im off work today :D

lint
06-19-2007, 11:37 AM
Which ink cartridge(s) does it use/come with?

Ogpogo
06-19-2007, 11:46 AM
Im no printer expert, so I hope this is the info you're lookin for. Upon looking inside, it came with two cartridges, both which fit into the cradle simultaneously ( I think older versions of this you had to choose one or the other, correct me if Im wrong). One is #57 "HP tri-colour Print Cartridge, and the other is #58 "HP Photo Print Cartridge".


And if anyone is going to ask, no, I dont have the little drivers disc, and have never used it because XP automatically configures for these HP printers.