Summary: I bought it about ten years ago when it was relatively state-of-the art. It has served me and my family well. However, with changes in technology, I bet a color laser printer would make better sense for us.
Summary: Yes, it has excellent quality photos - worth the slow printing to get - not really all that slow. BUT . . . I have had to re-install the software several times in the year or so that I have owned it - fickle.
Summary: Clearing up redeye from photo cards is a major reason to choose the HP PhotoSmart 8150 and 8450 over HP's 7760 or all Canon or Epson printers. In looking for a printer for my daughter for Christmas, I settled on HP PhotoSmart 8150 for its size, convenience, and especially for the redeye removal from...
Summary: yep, this thing uses photo ink like a horse drinks water. not sure how it compares to other makes or models though. i don't think it would be economical to be your sole inkjet printer, unless you want to be swapping out cartridges.
Excerpt: I bought this printer as it was on offer with my PC at the Bargain Price of £150 (RRP £349) including a ream of paper & 20 sheets of 1 A4 photo paper. When you use the printer, the first screen you will see is the Printing Shortcuts tab.
Pros: Excellent Build Quality, Great Colour Definition
Cons: Large Footprint, costly Ink cartridges, only a 4x6 size option
Excerpt: This printer produces wonderful results up to A4 size. I bought mine for £99, and am delighted by the prints it produces. I resell my photographs and have found that I can now produce my own quality prints at less than the cost of going to to a proffesional lab, and when using HP's premium plus...