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HP Photosmart D7460 Photo Printer Review

The HP Photosmart D7460 Photo Printer does a reasonable job of producing photo prints for a budget printer.

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Print Settings and Options

Print Quality Settings (7.5)

As well as the usual quality settings for draft and best quality print mode, the advanced options allow you to adjust the color and brightness with a toggle bar. If you wanted to add more greens or reds or yellows to your prints you could do it manually instead of surrendering to the printer options of what adding yellows should look like.

Internal/Image Editing (6.5)

Image editing for this printer was basic at best. All of the image editng options were disappointing for a photo printer. Red-eye removal, trimming and color effects were among the main image editing options available, but there was no way to alter color or otherwise edit images within the printer itself.

Dedicated B/W Settings and Effects (1.5)

Outside of having the option to select grayscale, there was no other dedicated black and white options. Although you could play with the color adjustments in the advanced color options, they are not as convenient and targeted toward black and white.

Media Types (3)

This printer supports the common media types: plain paper, photo paper of various sizes from 4x6 to 8x10. However, this printer also supports panorama size photos as well, making it a very unique feature. It also is able to print grind paper, children's lined paper along with college and wide ruled paper. So at the last minute, if you run out of lined paper, you can easily reproduce it.

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Sections

  1. Introduction
  2. Setup / Drivers and Software
  3. Document Performance
  4. Photo Performance
  5. Tour and Components
  6. Design and Interface
  7. Inks and Toner
  8. Print Settings and Options
  9. Connectivity
  10. Inks and Toner
  11. Conclusion
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