Summary: The HP Photosmart 375 is an amazingly easy-to-use, well-made compact photo printer that delivers great image quality, producing prints straight out of the box which rival traditional
prints from a photo lab in terms of their look and feel. If all you want to do is make 6x4 inch prints of your digital photos, then the HP Photosmart 375 should definitely be on your shopping list.
Excerpt: The market for 6x4" photo printers is currently booming with models available from all the major companies including Canon, Kodak, Sony and Hewlett-Packard. The latest printer in HP's range of inkjet-based photo printers is the Photosmart 375. Opinion differs in the Shopper office as to whether it most resembles a toaster or model caravan, but it's a neat-looking device, about the size of a small loaf of bread.
Excerpt: The Photosmart 375 is a tiny white-and-silver box, about the size of a large bag of flour. Behind the back panel is a paper tray that accepts 10x15cm sheets of photo paper, and under the front panel there are slots for every major type of memory card and a USB port. It's a shame these stylish looks are ruined if you want to use Bluetooth to connect to your phone - rather than being neatly tucked away inside the box, HP has included an external Bluetooth adapter that...
Summary: Having recently looked at a dedicated Photo Printer (Epson Picture Mate 4/11/04) here I give a good workout to another the HP Photosmart 375, this even has the ability to view images prior to printing.
Excerpt: The HP Photosmart 375 looks like it was 'designed by Apple in California', but it wasn't. It's small, white and has some great touches, such as a front and back that slowly drop down when you switch it on, and a 6.4cm colour screen to display your photos. This latter feature is particularly welcome, as it means you don't have to use several pieces of paper printing an index sheet.