The 8750 can produce borderless photo prints up to A3 size, and utilises HP's proprietary nine ink system. The nine HP Vivera inks comes in three cartridges -- the HP101 Blue Photo Inkjet which has light cyan, light magenta and a new blue ink; the HP 97 Tri-colour Inkjet which contains cyan, magenta and yellow; and the HP 102 Grey Photo Inkjet which contains dark grey, light grey and photo black inks. The addition of the new blue and the two shades of grey, according to HP, allows the 8750 to produce outstanding vibrancy, contrast and realism to its prints because it more closely matches the sRGB colour space.
In terms of connectivity, the HP Photosmart 8750 plugs into a PC via USB 2.0, and has four built-in memory card slots that can take CompactFlash Type I and II, SD, MMC, Memory Stick, xD and USB flash drives. And since it is able to print up to A3, it's not the smallest printer in the market, measuring in at 642.6 x 613 x 254.7 mm and weighing 11.8kgs.