Reviews and Problems with HP TopShot LaserJet Pro M275
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Great printer which needs work on scanner.
Bryan Corbitt, Amazon
11 February 2012
Summary: Was looking for a scanning, copying, color laserjet which was not so large it would take over my entire desk. This one fit the bill as did not care to fax as rarely do that for personal reasons. The pros easy to set up if have basic computer skills, good quality printing and wireless printing, small footprint as less than 14 inches with arm down.. The cons- Limited instructions on how to set up as only a one page graphic piece which was not useful.
Summary: T he last all-in-one printer to try something totally different was the Lexmark Genesis S815, which crammed a 10-megapixel camera into an upright chassis to give instant “scans”. Perhaps taking its cue from that, the HP TopShot LaserJet Pro M275 takes the same concept, but carries it in a completely different direction. The printer itself looks like any other, but instead of an ADF on top, HP has fitted a flat white scanning tray.
If you really need to scan 3D objects, this is innovative - otherwise not great as all rounder
27 September 2012
Summary: How delighted or otherwise you will be with this printer/scanner depends entirely on what your main reason for needing one is. The innovation with the M275 is that instead of the typical flatbed scanner, it uses digital camera on a raised arm that allows you to take 3D pictures without the usual glare and shadows you would get if you used a conventional scanner. It's pretty much effective at this (there is some glare off shiny objects but that's to be expected).