Conclusion: Like other HP inkjets we've tested, the D7360 provides four print-quality choices: Fast Draft, Fast Normal, Normal, and Best. (A fifth uses the printer's maximum resolution -- equivalent 4,800 by 1,200 dpi tweaking of its 1,200 by 1,200 physical dpi -- to print photos more slowly, and without...
Conclusion: Priced at $299, the D7360 is exceptionally easy to use and has the best software bundle in the business. But, its image quality is merely good, and plain-paper printing is clearly not its strong point.
Pros: Easy to use touch-screen, Intuitive photo printing
Cons: Plain paper printing is not its strong point, Photo prints lacked some detail and had problematic colours
Pros: Design, price, easy to use, nice touchscreen interface, fast, print quality using HP media
Cons: No bordered print option in direct printing, slower output when using non-HP paper, only one memory card can be read at a time, low resolution screen, screen interface buttons obscure displayed images.