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Easton Gray
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Hp Photosmart 7510 Best Buy


HP is alone in describing A3 printers as 'wide format', but daft name aside, the Officejet 7510 Wide Format All-in-One Printer seems like a sensible device. For well under 100 it can scan, fax and copy A4 originals, and print with or without borders on anything up to A3+ (322x475mm). It supports wired and wireless networking, and is controlled via a colour touchscreen, plus there's a 30-page automatic document feeder (ADF) on the top for making unattended copies and faxes.




hp photosmart 7510 best buy


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The print driver is similarly over-simplified. You'll need to fish around in its unfriendly Advanced settings to find options such as the maximum print resolution. Bizarrely, you'll also need to head here to select the A3 and A3+ paper sizes that are this MFP's key selling point - at least once you find them you can set up a shortcut. Unfortunately the Officejet 7510 doesn't support automatic double-sided (duplex) prints, scans or copies.


These frustrations are a shame, because in many ways the 7510 is very good. Its mono and colour photocopies were excellent, black text was excellent, and colour graphics and photos were also pretty good. Document scans were fine, but our 600dpi photo scan appeared to have been sharpened, leaving colour boundaries looking artificial when viewed at 100%.


Using the available high-capacity ink cartridges, this printer's running costs come in at a very reasonable 4.3p per A4 page of text and colour graphics. Unfortunately, this isn't quite enough to save the Officejet 7510 when for the same money you can buy the Brother MFC-J5320DW. The latter may be uglier and feel less well made, but it's generally quicker, even cheaper to run, and it has duplex printing. Helpfully, it's also less frustrating to use. If that doesn't fit the bill then check out our regularly-updated Best printers and buying guide.


If you know you're not going to be printing semi-regularly, it's best to remove the cartridges from your printer. If the cartridge came with a protective cover over its nozzle, keep hold of these so you can place them back on, otherwise you can wrap the cartridge in clingfilm instead. Then put the cartridge in a sealed bag or tupperware box until the next time you need it. This will help make sure it's not dried out when the time comes. If it's completely broken then consider our Printer Best Buys.


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