Excerpt: The HP Photosmart 5520 is an inexpensive multifunction printer that offers built-in duplexing, a touch panel and ePrint capabilities. It also provides reliable and good looking output but it lacks an automatic document feeder and the scanner lid hinge does not float to accomodate thicker items.
Pros: Affordable initial cost & ink, Wireless ePrint capabilities, Built-in duplexing, Very good output quality
Cons: Scanner lid hinge does not float, No automatic document feeder
Summary: Although the HP Photosmart 5520 is less expensive than either the Canon PIXMA MG6220 or the Epson WorkForce 845 and has a bevy of options -- such as printing calendars on the fly -- its lower-quality prints and noisiness prevent it from taking its place as the best value for an all-in-one, smartphone-compatible printer. If you're looking for high-quality prints for the lowest price, we suggest the Kodak ESP 3.2.
Pros: Easy setup, Huge number of printing options, Fast wireless printing speed, Relatively inexpensive ink cartridges
Cons: Images and text appear grainy on regular paper, Overly bright photos, Very loud when loading paper
Conclusion: HP’s Photosmart 5520 continues the success of its predecessor, but adds in faster mobile print and duplex printing. It’s easy to use, quick to print, reasonably compact – though the paper supports are messy – and comparatively inexpensive to run. It’s a good, mid-range all-in-one producing excellent plain and photo prints.
Pros: 60mm touchscreen with touch buttons, AirPrint and Android App support, Good running costs for budget printer
Cons: Messy paper stop design, Awkward memory card slot, Paper tray restricted to 80 sheets
Excerpt: A considerably pared-down version of HP's 7520 multifunction printer , the HP Photosmart 5520 e-All-in-One offers some surprising features despite its relatively modest sub-£100 price tag. See also: Group test: what's the best multifunction printer?
Summary: Sammenlignet med forrige års model er HP’s mest basale model betydelig hurtigere og har fået en større skærm med pegefunktion. Imidlertid er kvaliteten på skærmen ikke god nok til at studere billeder. Der findes mange muligheder for at udskrive både fra mobile enheder og via internettet, men fra computeren har man ikke tilstrækkelig kontrol over resultatet.