Summary: Comments about HP Photosmart D7360: It just arrived on Friday! I was surprised at how easy it was to set up and start printing. My daughter loves to print out pictures and I was vey impressed when she showed them to me. I couldn’t believe that what she showed me came from this printer!
Pros: Easy Setup, Easy To Use, Fast Print Time, Reliable
Summary: Even has a USB port to stick in a jump-drive to download pics or connect to the computer. Basically HP thought of everything for this printer. Get it if your in college, print photos, or want to have a really reliable, and cheap to maintain printer.
Pros: There is nothing better in the entire world then when you run out of blue ink... to go and buy only blue ink... With that being said... at Target I only pay 8.99 for each cartridge... not bad... especially since I print all of my 4x6 photos with this thing! Borderless printing is amazing, and the...
Cons: LCD screen looks awkward when stood strait up... but is visible at all angles.
Summary: Comments about HP Photosmart D7360: The printer may look small in the picture but it is actually quite larger once you see it in real life. It takes up a nice amount of space but not too much. I still think that it’s a lot smaller than some of those heavy duty ones that you see now a days.
Pros: Durable, Professional Finish/Quality, Sharp Tones & Colors, Vivid Images
Summary: i had some 4x6 pic paper around and thought that i would try it out to see how good the pic's turned out and if i would put them up next to pic that your photo shop would do and not be able to tell them apart.
Summary: Purchased while on sale @ another retailer, but figured a review on Newegg couldn't hurt. It's an amazing printer that after finding the quality and ease of use- I would've expected to pay more for it.
Pros: Beautiful Prints from 4x6 to 8.5x11. Individual Ink Pots. Self loading Quick, easy setup. Touch Screen. Easy Menus. Powerful Customer Support both online and over the phone.
Cons: No USB Cable Included. Flimsy feeling paper tray.Software created issues with crashing- but after spending about an hour on the phone with HP, all quirks were ironed out and it works like a champ- and some of it is actually useful.