HP Photosmart D7560 Inkjet Printer Review
Not exactly pro level, but very nice results for the price.
The HP Photosmart D7560 is a cheap printer: at around $100, it certainly won't break the bank. But the quality of the prints it produces is anything but cheap, with very decent color accuracy and good detail. It doesn't produce the same color accuracy and detail as more expensive printers, but it does provide excellent value for money for anyone who wants to print high quality photos without spending a fortune.
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