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HP Photosmart C5180 All-in-One Photo Printer Review

Read a review of the HP Photosmart 5180 Multifunction printer.

April 15, 2007
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Introduction

The HP Photosmart C5180 inkjet printer is the latest photo all-in-one to claim the fastest speeds in its class and lab-quality photos. Like other all-in-ones, the C5180 has scan and copy functions, and prints can be made directly from media cards. The C5180 can also be hooked up to a small office network. Functions can be conducted directly from the unit using the LCD user interface, with button configuration possible through the drivers and software. HP’s Photo Fix technologies include a red-eye removal tool. Retailing at $199, this unit is competitively priced with the Canon Pixma MP600, the Kodak Easyshare 5300, and the Epson Stylus Photo RX620.

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Sections

  1. Introduction
  2. Setup / Drivers and Software
  3. Document Performance
  4. Photo Performance
  5. Tour / Components
  6. Design & Interface
  7. Inks / Toner
  8. Print Settings / Options
  9. Connectivity
  10. Copy
  11. Scan
  12. Fax
  13. Overall Impressions / Ease
  14. Conclusion
  15. Specs
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