Page 2:Hp Photosmart 7960
Page 3:Standalone Printing
Page 4:Standalone Printing, Continued
Page 5:Standalone Printing With Retouching
Page 6:Standalone Printing With Retouching, Continued
Page 7:What Standalone Retouching Lacks
Page 8:Color Photo Print Quality
Page 9:Color Photo Print Quality 2
Page 10:Black And White Photo Quality
Page 11:Hp Scanjet 4600
Page 12:75ppp Scans
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HP is the flavor of the year. It's hardly an exaggeration to say they have cornered innovation, leaving the competition floored and with no alternative but to imitate. This had already begun years ago with the integrated paper sensor, and it will be the same with the new features and cunning ergonomics on the two new flagships, photosmart 7960 and scanjet 4600.
Put simply, the photosmart 7960 is a nearly perfect printer for those who want gorgeous photos, corrected more than retouched, without the bother of complicated software. In fact, apart from storing photos on a hard drive, it does away with the need for a computer altogether.
As for the scanjet 4600, it is just about the most impressive and attractive scanner released in a long while. Its transparency gives a whole new edge to the genre and everyone falls for it.
But do they perform as well as they look?
- Hp Photosmart 7960
- Standalone Printing
- Standalone Printing, Continued
- Standalone Printing With Retouching
- Standalone Printing With Retouching, Continued
- What Standalone Retouching Lacks
- Color Photo Print Quality
- Color Photo Print Quality 2
- Black And White Photo Quality
- Hp Scanjet 4600
- 75ppp Scans
- 2400ppp Scans