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Reviews of HP laser and inkjet printers

Whether you're buying for your home or for a small business, HP has a wide range of inkjet and laser printers at a variety of prices. We've put together a list of every HP printer review we've done recently, so there should be something on offer for any buyer.

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HP Photosmart B109a

If you're looking for a small and inexpensive multifunction printer for everyday printing needs (think recipes, maps, school reports and Web pages), the HP Photosmart B109a is worthy of consideration. It's not a good photo printer though, so don't think just because it has 'Photosmart' in its names that it will excel in this area. It also doesn't have extensive scanning features. It's easy to install and use though, and it's suitable for new users who haven't installed a printer on their computer before.

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  • 23rd April, 2010
  • Elias Plastiras
  • HP
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  • Pros:
  • Easy to set up and use, good text quality, option for a higher capacity black cartridge
  • Cons:
  • Poor photo quality, scan lid doesn't have a hinge that raises, no advanced options in scan driver

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