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HP A536 Compact Photo Printer Review

All things considered, the HP A536 is a fairly average printer with not-so-average printing options.

December 08, 2011
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Conclusion

All things considered, the HP A536 is a fairly average printer with not-so-average printing options. While it is a compact, and as such you can't print on the range of media a full-sized photo printer could, the convenience of being able to print from a smartphone or media card is huge.

With decent color performance, and fair detail, it's very hard to ask much more from a printer in this price range. It's true that by now there are other fieldings by HP (the A646) that are much better than the HP A536, but it's still worth a look if there is nothing else available.

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Sections

  1. Introduction
  2. Product Tour
  3. Performance
  4. Print Speed
  5. Color Performance
  6. Detail Performance
  7. Usability
  8. Controls
  9. Connectivity
  10. Setup & Software
  11. Inks & Media
  12. Samples
  13. HP Photosmart A646 Comparison
  14. Epson PM 225 Comparison
  15. Polaroid Z340 Comparison
  16. Conclusion
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