Digital Photos: Print Them, Share Them, Perfect Them

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Well designed and easy to use, but narrow banding mars otherwise decent prints.

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This Photosmart is easy to use, but it prints quite slowly and delivers so-so quality in skin tones.

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Excellent controls make it easy to use, but prints could use more saturation.

Price when rated: $200
Lowest price: $130.00 via Amazon.com Marketplace
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Easy to operate with a nice, large screen, but its overall print quality falls short.

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Green-tinged black-and-white print, narrow banding and slow print times make it hard to recommend despite the low price.

Price when rated: $130
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Light, small, and inexpensive, but its correspondingly small screen and controls sometimes make it difficult to operate.

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