Conclusion: The HP Photosmart 7960 is not a perfect product, but HP deserves a big slap on the back for having the vision and confidence to introduce this printer. HP's Photosmart flagship can claim a number of firsts, including the most comprehensive memory card compatibility yet, beating rivals to integrated xD card support. But it's that No.59 photo grey ink cartridge that makes the 7960 really special.
Excerpt: The debate between dye sublimation and ink jet printing has always been about the "presence" of the image, the feeling of continuous tone it imparts to the print. For some digital printmakers the dye sub route was the way to go, but ink jetters argued that the problem with dye sub is that you always have to stick to the manufacturer's proprietary paper, usually limited to glossy and perhaps matte stock.
Summary: The HP Photosmart is wider than the average A4 printer to accommodate its direct printing components, but it's also fairly shallow, with both paper input and output trays positioned at the front. . .
Excerpt: Bien qu’un peu chère à l’achat, l’imprimante Photosmart 7960 de HP ne déçoit pas. Un écran à cristaux liquides (LCD) intégré permet d’examiner et d’éditer les photos avant leurs sorties. Imprimer directement depuis un média numérique ou un appareil photo HP est également possible. Mais surtout, cette première imprimante jet d’encre à huit couleurs produit des images d’une qualité inégalée jusque-là.