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PMA 2005 | HP Photosmart 8750 printer Preview

HP Photosmart 8750 printer Preview: During The Sneak Peak evening here in Orlando USA, one night before the PMA kicks off,  the new HP Photosmart 8750 printer was demonstrated by HP. This new printer is designed for the demanding advanced and professional photographer. The HP Photosmart 8750 uses 9 colours and produces photo-realistic prints in colour as well as in black and white. And the printer surprises the user by its enhanced level of printing which goes a step further than a standard inkjet printer. Keywords to describe the HP Photosmart 8750 printer are its true-to-life colours, poster sized prints and advanced colour techniques.

I only see one disadvantage at this moment: the size of the printer. A printer featuring these capacities still takes up a lot of space on your desk. Of course quality and format prints do have their price, in this case, the large size. But wouldn't it be great if a manufacturer like HP would introduce a completely newly developed revolutionary design and print technique, packed in a reduced size printer? Who knows how HP is going to surprise the end-user in the future?

PMA 2005 Preview HP Photosmart 8750 photo printer - front view
PMA 2005 Preview HP Photosmart 8750 - Front view
PMA 2005 Preview HP Photosmart 8750 photo printer - cartridge compartment
PMA 2005 Preview HP Photosmart 8750 - Cartridge compartment
PMA 2005 Preview HP Photosmart 8750 photo printer - front view
PMA 2005 Preview HP Photosmart 8750 - Front view
PMA 2005 Preview HP Photosmart 8750 photo printer - display
PMA 2005 Preview HP Photosmart 8750 - Display
PMA 2005 Preview HP Photosmart 8750 photo printer - side view
PMA 2005 Preview HP Photosmart 8750 - Side view
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