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    HP stands for “Hailstorm of Printers”
    like Christmas around here in printer-land! Epson and Canon recently
    announced a huge bunch of printers and HP is joining in with its
    announcement today of 15 printers. I’m telling you: Hailstorm of
    Printers. Ready to hear about them? Get a snack…the list’s long.
    On the home consumer side are a bunch of Photosmarts–standalone snapshot printers and all-in-ones–as well a Deskjet printer.
    Photosmart A526 Compact Photo Printer: This portable little 4×6
    snapshot printer features memory card slots, a 2.4-inch color display,
    and one-touch red-eye removal. The fold-up paper tray and handle make
    it a compact, easy-to-carry device. Available in September for $100.
    Photosmart A626 Compact Photo Printer: The next step up in the snapshot
    printer line lets you print 4×6 and 5×7 photos. The LCD is a
    viewing-friendly 4.8 inches, and better yet, it’s touch-sensitive.
    Using the included stylus, you can enhance photos, add messages or
    graphics and frames, and remove red-eye. You can also set up the
    pictures to stream as a slideshow. A handle and optional battery pack
    (approximately 75 prints per charge) make it easy to tote around.
    Available in September for $180.
    # Photosmart A826 Home Photo
    Center: This 4×6 and 5×7 printer brings the photo kiosk experience into
    your home. The 7-inch touchscreeen lets you edit and enhance your
    photos with graphics and borders using the included stylus. One nice
    feature on this model is that the paper is stored within the printer,
    so you don’t have to worry about it getting dusty if it’s been sitting
    around for a while. Available in September for $250.
    # Photosmart
    C4385 All-in-One: HP estimates this printer/scanner/copier prints up to
    30 pages per minute in black and 23 pages per minute in color (draft
    mode). It features memory cards, a 1.5-inch color display, and best of
    all, built-in Wi-Fi connectivity. Available in September for $140.
    Photosmart C6280 All-in-One: This printer/scanner/copier also offers
    built-in networking, but not wireless. It prints black at up to 34
    pages per minute and color at up to 33 pages per minute. The onboard
    memory card slots, 2.4-inch color LCD, and dedicated 4×6 photo paper
    tray allow you to print photos without touching your PC. Available in
    September for $200.
    # Photosmart C7280 All-in-One: Unlike the
    previous two models, this one features built-in fax capability. The
    automatic document feeder, auto duplexer, and wireless connectivity
    make it a good fit for home users who want to consolidate home printing
    with a bit of work functionality. It also offers a 2.4-inch LCD, memory
    card slots, a dedicated 4×6 photo paper tray, and six-color printing
    with individual ink cartridges. Available in September for $240.
    Photosmart C8180 All-in-One: This model lacks fax, but does include a
    built-in CD/DVD burner–you can save to or print from disc.
    Additionally, the burner is LightScribe-enabled, so you can etch
    professional-quality designs into the label side of discs. It also
    features wireless connectivity, a 3.5-inch touchscreen, and built-in
    Bluetooth for printing wirelessly from smart phones. Available in
    September for $400.
    # Photosmart D5360 printer: For those who don’t
    need a scanner or copier, the D5360 offers just printing (and an auto
    duplexer): 32 pages per minute in black and 24 pages per minute in
    color (draft mode). A 1.5-inch LCD, memory card slots, and a photo
    paper tray allow for PC-free photo printing. It can also print directly
    on specially coated CDs and DVDs, for sticker-free labeling. Available
    in September for $100.
    # Deskjet 6988 series: This printer-only
    series offers print speeds of up to 36 pages per minute in black and 27
    pages per minute in color. Though it lacks memory card slots, you can
    print from PictBridge cameras using the front-mounted USB port. It
    comes network-ready with both wired and wireless connectivity. The
    6988dt also offers an auto duplexer as well as a second paper tray for
    increased input capacity. The Deskjet 6988 costs $130 while the Deskjet
    6988dt costs $180. Both will be available in September.

    second set of printers are geared toward small to medium businesses,
    but HP’s generally low prices mean that busy home users and home office
    users will appreciate them, too.

    # LaserJet M2727 MFP series:
    This is a series of mono laser multifunctions geared towards small
    offices or workgroups of about 5 people. They ship with a 450MHz
    processor and 64MB of RAM (upgradeable to 320MB). HP’s instant-on
    technology means less wait for that first print out or copy. Optional
    features include an auto duplexer, electronic stapler, and copy
    collation. Available in November for $600 to $700, depending on
    # Officejet Pro K8600 series: This color printer can
    handle wide format prints (13×19 inches) and according to HP, produce
    laser-quality prints–good for small companies who want to produce
    marketing materials in-house. Networking, an auto duplexer, and
    additional paper trays are all available add-ons. Available in January
    for $300 to $400.
    # Officejet H470 Mobile Printer series: This model
    replaces the Deskjet 460c, which we reviewed recently. Print speeds are
    up to 23 pages per minute in black and 16 pages per minute in color. If
    you want to print wirelessly, Bluetooth and Wi-Fi adapters are
    available as options. You can also print from PDAs, cameras, and memory
    cards. Available in January fro $250 to $350.
    # LaserJet
    P1005/P1006: This is a tiny and basic laser printer designed for use on
    an individual PC via USB connection. The monochrome printer produces
    prints at 15 pages per minute on the P1005 and 17 pages per minute on
    the P1006. The P1005 comes with 2MB of RAM and the P1006 comes with 8MB
    of RAM; both have a 266MHz processor. The P1006 also offers a manual
    feed slot. Both will be available in the U.S. in December: $150 for the
    P1005 and $180 for the P1006.
    # LaserJet P1505 series: This home and
    small business printer produces black prints at up to 24 pages per
    minute. Optional Ethernet connectivity can support up to five users.
    Available in December for $200 to $250.