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“Top Trend: I Print, You Print, We All Print For ePrint.”

This post is part of our Top 10 series… yes, even though it may not always be ’10’. To see our previous Top 10 related posts, click here.

This week’s top trend is ePrinting.
Do you know what that even means? Let me explain…

ePrinting is where you can print from your electronic devices when they aren’t even hooked up to the printer. Yes, that’s possible. Not only that, you can browse the internet and print things directly from the printer too. Sounds like some weird magical contraption, doesn’t it?

It pretty much is.

This printer above… I consider it a must-have item because HP, you did good on this. The HP Photosmart 7510 e-All in One printer is your scanner, fax, copier and printer.. it does it all, folks.

Redefine multitasking—print lab-quality photos and more, and scan, copy and fax, using a large touchscreen with gesturing. Increase capabilities with impressive versatility features, wireless connectivity and a host of mobile printing options.

You can now print directly from your phone whether it’s an iPhone or not. Not only that, printing from your iPad or iPod touch is now a breeze. So easy, my 4 year old had no problem printing a few Bubble Guppies pages with one touch (and then I had to turn it off because she would print 500 pages in one day if we’d let her)

The ease of this printer is amazing. If I find a recipe on my phone, I just click “print” and it will automatically send it to the printer. Brill.

Here are some amazing features that this printer has to offer:

Premium versatility meets lab-quality photos
Print photos and make copies, scan, and more using the large color touchscreen with gesturing
Fax, scan, and copy unattended using the automatic document feeder
Fax without a phone line with eFax
Do it without your PC: print photos and documents, make copies, scan photos, access the Web, and fax
Get sharp, lab-quality photos using five individual inks
Save money with our photo value packs

Wireless and Web-connected even printing through e-mail
Print from virtually anywhere: get photos and documents with HP ePrint
Print from your iPad, iPhone, or iPod touch wirelessly with AirPrint
Automatically connect to a wireless network and print from a mobile device
Print coupons, recipes, and photos from the Web, without a PC, plus get cool templates with HP Quick Forms

Outstanding results
Get vivid, fade-resistant prints with original HP inks
Intervene less using the automatic photo tray
Access photos online, or use memory card slots to print and share easily—without turning on your PC
Affordably print everyday documents like Web pages and homework
Use original HP ink for quality, reliability, and rewards

One of the features that I love when it comes to this printer is the web services that it provides. You can print pages directly from Disney, Nickelodeon, Crayola & more. Need a quick coloring page for your child? Not a problem, just use the touch screen to navigate to where you want to go, select the photo, click print and you’re all set.

Another neat feature about this printer is the fact that you can connect to Facebook, Snapfish & other various internet services directly from the printer. Scanning and sharing the photos have just gotten even easier.

For the nerd in you, here are the specs:

ISO Speed1: Up to 13.5 ppm black, Up to 9 ppm color
Scan Resolution: Up to 1200 x 2400 dpi; Scan Type: Flatbed, ADF
Copy Resolution: Up to 600 dpi (black graphics & text); Max No of Copies: Up to 99
Standard Connectivity: 1 USB 2.0, 1 WiFi 802.11b/g/n
Features: Wireless, Duplex printing, Memory card slot, HP ePrint, Web connect,
4.33″ (10.9 cm) Touchscreen CGD
Paper Handling: 125-sheet input tray, 20-sheet photo tray, 50 sheet output tray,
25-sheet automatic document feeder, two-sided printing accessory

I would hands down recommend this printer to all.

Thank you HP for providing me with an HP Photosmart 7510 e-All in One printer for review. I consider this a must have item for any busy, multi-tasking mama

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1 COMMENT

  • Jessica on February 7, 2012

    I love love love this printer!!!

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