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HP PhotoSmart 375 Compact Photo Printer Review

HP PhotoSmart 375
HP Photosmart375 is the upgraded version of the HP Photosmart 325, has a sleek, portable design, card slots for direct printing. If you are a fan of HP and not satisfied with the previous version, then you should consider Photosmart 375. You want a photo printer quality and efficiency to create your own album, it is a not bad choice.

This printer offers nearly any feature you could want in a dedicated photo printer. It's easy printing and sharing photos 4-by-6-inch almost anywhere, it is designed to fit conveniently move. It's can print without a computer, all it takes just the PictBridge cameras or memory cards. Conveniently print crisp, true-to-life 4-by-6-inch color photos with up to 4,800-optimized dpi color. In addition, a 2.5-inch LCD to preview photos; a kiosk-style menu to let you crop, edit, and print multiple photos per page; and more.


  • Organize, edit, enhance, and fix digital photos on your computer with HP Image Zone Software.
  • Get professional-quality black and white photos with richer blacks and grays are available with the purchase of HP 100 gray photo inkjet print cartridge (sold separately).
  • Preview, select, and enhance photos before your print. The adjustable 2.5-inch flip-up image display and buttons make it easy to rotate, crop, zoom, and fix red-eye on photos and digital camera video clips, and to delete unwanted shots from memory cards.
  • Print 4-by-6-inch color photos with or without your computer using camera memory cards or direct print with the front USB port and PictBridge-enabled cameras.
  • Print 4-by-6-inch color photos from digital camera video clips. Use your camera's memory card and the printer's large, adjustable 2.5-inch color image display to view, select, and print a nine-photo sequence or a single digital video frame.
  • Print photos from camera phones or other Bluetooth wireless technology devices.
  • Print photos quickly. Why wait for your pictures? Capture every memory and every moment of fun--as it happens. HP's PhotoSmart 375 delivers fast, true-to-life color photos that you print and share in about 60 seconds. (All reported speeds are maximums [fastest possible]. Actual speeds will vary.)
  • HP's SureSupply notifies you when it is time to replace your print cartridge and helps you to purchase locally or via the internet.

Customer Reviews

HP PhotoSmart 375

Pros and Cons

The advantages are many customers prefer this product is that it can be printed with a variety of connected devices: computers, PictBridge cameras, and six types of memory cards. LCD for previewing photos and providing a full set of kiosk-style controls. But some of the shortcomings of this product is blurry images if they get wet. It is recommended that you must preserve its image carefully.


HP Photosmart 375 is a compact photo printer worth using, as well as provides excellent image quality. If you are looking for a printer that prints 6x4 inch of your digital camera, the HP Photosmart 375 then surely in your shopping list. If you also want a printer without a PC to operate and can be connected to multiple devices in different ways, then there is even more reason to consider the HP Photosmart 375.

HP Photosmart A826 Compact Photo Printer Review

HP Photosmart A826
There are a lot of laser printers in the market, but it's very difficult to find a laser photo printer. For one, most laser printers are used for professional use, but if you want to use it for printing pictures and photographs, you might not get the exact quality that you want. But there's one model that's not a laser printer but can produce laser-quality photos that you will definitely admire - the HP Photosmart A826 Compact Photo Printer. Here is a review that will cover everything you need to know about this model.

This compact photo printer from HP is equipped with a 7-inch full-color touch screen with dedicated buttons on the side. Using the small stylus, you can crop, remove red-eye, add text and doodles, and play with the different frames and album formats. It produces high quality prints in 5x7 and 4x6 sizes, and it is really easy to use.
Viewing and printing photos is easier than ever, using 7.0 inch color touchscreen which you can use to easily navigate and operate the device without a computer. Print photos with ease simply insert a memory card, select photos without a computer. Use your finger or the stylus to hand write on photos before printing. You can add captions and descriptions, create fun, custom photos and personalized greeting cards with more than 200 borders, graphics and more. Print photos in multiple sizes 5 x 7, 4 x 6 inches, wallet size, panorama and more. It has the dimensions of 10.4'' x 9.6'' x 10.8'' and a weight of 5.8 pounds, very easy to travel with and bring around. The device has a USB port, a PictBridge camera connectivity, and four memory card slots for several options of storage media devices.

Printing and Feature

The Photosmart A826 is geared toward standalone, PC-free use, so most of its features are packed right into the touch screen. You don't want set up the A826 to print from a PC, the four memory card slots and PictBridge port make it easy to print from a memory card or PictBridge device like a camera or camera phone. It can print to a speed of 39 seconds per page and it produces photos with a resolution of 4800x1200 dpi. Alternatively, you can view your photos as a slide show for more options. Edit lets you crop, reduce red-eye, and adjust the brightness. The crop feature lets you zoom in and out, rotate the cropped area between portrait and landscape modes, and use the stylus to drag the crop box around the image, so you get just the part you want. The edits that you make to the image aren't saved to the original file on the memory card, which is good in that you can't accidentally change the file, but having the option to would be nice. It also has optional wireless connectivity which you can use to access the device through several computers within a single network. The only drawback of this model is that it's not Energy Star qualified, so you consume more energy by using it. But if you only use it for printing photos alone, it wouldn't really matter much because you only use it occasionally.

What We Liked…

  • Easy for non-technical users
  • Fun "creative" modes for editing photos
  • Excellent screen and interface
  • Good print quality

What We Didn’t…

  • Stingy starter ink cartridge
  • No way to save edits and tweaks to memory cards

Customers Review

HP Photosmart A826


If you're hoping to find a laser photo printer, you'll be surprised at how difficult it is to find one, and most of them are very expensive too. But if you want excellent laser-quality photo printing, you can always go with the HP Photosmart A826 Compact Photo Printer. I highly recommend this device if you want to produce excellent photos and laser-quality, vibrant, and color-rich printouts.