The Good Investing in the HP Photosmart 7510 multifunction printer opens the door to cloud printing and downloading apps straight to the color touch screen, at a reasonable price.
The Bad There's no Ethernet port for a tethered wireless connection and the touch screen suffers intermittent precision issues.
The Bottom Line The HP Photosmart 7510 e-All-in-One boasts quick output speeds, multiple connectivity options, cloud printing, and a growing number of apps in the HP Web store, earning our recommendation to those hunting for a flexible imaging machine.
HP Photosmart 7510 e-All-in-One
For $50 more than the Photosmart 5510, the 7510 adds access to HP's ePrintCenter apps available for download directly on the display, just as you would on modern smartphones. The wireless connection required to log into the store also permits entry to ePrint, a convenient service that takes the job queue to the cloud for remote printing. For homes and offices looking to get creative with their prints, the $150 HP Photosmart 7510 offers easy to use connections, a host of useful apps in the ePrintCenter, and high resolution yields for an affordable price.
Design and features
The Photosmart 7510 combines the functionality of a printer, scanner, and copier into a low-profile chassis finished in matte black that jells with HP's current design aesthetic. It measures 17.9 inches long by 17.7 inches tall and 7.7 inches wide, so it will take up a considerable amount of room on your desk, but the chassis includes the tray that corrals outbound prints, saving at least some space.
HP extends its trend of touch-compatible displays on the 7510 with a 4.3-inch color screen positioned on the far left of the device. The color graphic display (CGD) takes on the familiar shape of the original iPhone with a rectangular screen fitted inside a rounded edge, with virtual buttons that illuminate to help with navigation and selection.
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