Conclusion: The HP Photosmart 475 produces true photo-quality output in multiple formats, including 4 by 6, 5 by 7, and 4 by 12 inches. Plus, it offers a wealth of features, including an internal hard disk that can store hundreds of photos. Its only drawback is that photos smudge if they get wet.
Pros: Prints photos at up to 5 by 7 inches and panoramas at 4 by 12 inches. Prints from computers, digital cameras, and memory cards. Internal hard disk can store hundreds of photos. Battery option available.
Cons: Photos are tacky immediately after printing. Even after drying, they can smudge if they get wet. !
Excerpt: At first it was enough for photo printer makers to add a portable model to their mix. Now that most companies sell one, a little more creativity is required to separate one from the pack. HP has stepped up to the challenge with the Photosmart 475 ($279), a.k.a. GoGo, an unabashedly cute tagalong that prints not only the requisite 4 x 6 prints but 5 x 7 enlargements too. GoGo went a step further, adding 1.5 gigabytes of internal storage that can pack up to 1,000 images.
Pros: Portable; supports various size formats; presents slideshows
Cons: Average print quality; cheap construction; expensive
Summary: A compact, portable printer that is easy to use and produces long-lasting snapshot-sized prints.Despite its resemblance to a pop-up toaster, HP's Photosmart 475 printer is a surprisingly capable and versatile device. Lift the handle and you can take it anywhere. Plug it in, switch it on and it's ready to print.
Summary: HP's £199 Photosmart 475 delivers easy printing and picture storage on the go, and several unique features. Print quality doesn't match a lot of the competition, and the price tag is offputting, but this is still a good buy.
Conclusion: Facile à transporter, munie d’une batterie et autonome, la Photosmart 475 de HP satisfait à toutes les exigences d’une imprimante photo portable. En plus, elle produit des sorties de bonne qualité.