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HP Photosmart 3210

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Overall 7

HP Photosmart 3000 All-in-One

26 March 2007
  • Summary: The HP Photosmart 3310's many useful features make it a good fit for a home office.
  • Pros: The HP Photosmart 3310 is Wi-Fi and Ethernet ready; has built-in storage card slots; scans film negatives and slides; and delivers excellent text quality, good photos, and fine graphics prints.
  • Cons: Lacks an automatic document feeder; scanning could be better; the HP Photosmart 3310's paper capacity is small for office use.
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Overall 10

HP Photosmart 3210

PC Pro
20 April 2006
  • Conclusion: Low running costs and packed with features like network capability and transparency scanning. It also has the best scanner by far, with great print quality too
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Overall 6
Features 8
Ease of use 10
Performance 10

HP Photosmart 3210

17 April 2006
  • Summary: Very similar to look at as the 3310 but without the ability to connect wirelessly and in it’s favour probably around £70 cheaper.
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Overall 8

HP Photosmart 3210 review

19 December 2005
  • Excerpt: HP's Photosmart 3210 has replaced the Photosmart 2610, which entered our Hotlist after winning a Best Buy award in our last multifunction peripheral (MFP) Labs test in Shopper June 2005. It's designed for photography and other creative uses, and is based on the Photosmart 8250 printer, which itself is currently in our Hotlist below. The 3210 doesn't have the 2610's fax/modem facility, but it does have an Ethernet port.
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