HP Photosmart Premium Fax C410 All-in-One Review
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HP Photosmart Premium Fax C410 e-All-in-One Printer series Review and Specifications
HP Photosmart Premium Fax C410 Review:
-Fax, scan and copy unattended, and handle two-sided documents, using the 50-page automatic document feeder.
-Print and share from multiple PCs, and stay connected, using integrated wireless and wired networking.
-Wirelessly print directly from a smartphone, using HP mobile printing applications.
-Save time and paper by printing two-sided documents automatically.
-Use the colour display to print photos and make copies, scans and photo reprints.
The HP Photosmart Premium C410 is of average size for a midgrade MFP, measuring 11.1 inches high, 18.4 inches wide, and 17.8 inches deep. It features one 125-sheet paper tray with a 20-sheet photo paper tray above it.
The Photosmart C410 main paper tray can hold up to legal-size paper, and the small photo tray can hold up to 5×7 paper. A busy, high-volume office will constantly need to refill the 125-sheet paper tray, but it’s highly convenient for home users to have a dedicated photo tray that saves the hassle of manually loading photo paper when alternating between document and snapshot photo prints.
On top of the printer, you’ll find a 50-sheet auto-document feeder (ADF) that lets you slide in a stack of sheets for hands-free scanning, copying, or printing. Photosmart Premium C410 also features automatic duplexing that can print on both sides of a single sheet of paper, and a button on the printer’s control panel lets you easily toggle between single- and double-sided printing.
Photosmart Premium C410 the touch-screen trend, serving up a control panel littered with physical buttons. The control panel runs nearly the entire width of the printer with ample room for an organized button layout. A small, 2.4-inch status LCD sits on the left side of the control panel. The panel sits fixed at an angle, but the colour LCD can tilt forward for better viewing when you’re seated. To the left of the LCD on the front face of the printer are three media card slots (MemoryStick, SD, and CompactFlash) and a PictBridge USB port for direct printing from a compatible digital camera.
You’ll also notice a button labelled “Print Photos” in addition to the usual buttons to initiate scans, copies, and faxes. When you attach a USB device or insert a media card, the printer will scan the drive or card for photos that you can view on the LCD and scroll through using the arrow buttons. You can also select the photos you’d like to print, perform a few basic edits if you so desire (though the small screen makes it very difficult to see how your edits affect the image), and hit the Print Photo button to output your project. Finally, the convenient automatic paper sensor will automatically draw media directly from the photo paper tray.
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Installing the printer is no more complicated than installing the software and drivers from the bundled CD, and then connecting the printer to your PC or Mac using a USB cable. You’ll need to supply your own for a direct connection as HP leaves it out of the box. The C410a also features Ethernet and Wi-Fi networking, and we connected it wirelessly on the printer by stepping through the setup screens, clicking on our preferred Wi-Fi network from a list, and entering our password.
You need no additional apps to print from an iPhone once you have the printer synched up to a wireless network. It also works with the iPad and iPod Touch, although we didn’t test with these devices. HP calls this functionality AirPrint, and it’s incredibly slick. Without the need to visit Apple’s App Store, we were able to print directly from our iPhone. We printed out a photo from our iPhone photo library by simply choosing the printer, and hitting Print. You can’t adjust any print properties, however, which resulted in some clipping on a square Hipstamatic photo using both letter-size paper and 4×6 photo paper.
In addition to AirPrint, the printer also features HP’s ePrint technology, whereby you can e-mail the printer an attachment to print out. To set it up, hit the ePrint button on the Photosmart Premium C410a’s control panel and it will print out a welcome sheet with a code that you then must enter on HP’s ePrint Web site. The code then becomes the e-mail address like so: [email protected] ePrint is a convenient feature, but it comes with a few restrictions. For one, the printer must be on and also connected to your network (you select whether anyone can e-mail print jobs to your printer or only those to whom you grant access). For another, it can’t print Web pages, although you can simply copy the Web text into the body of an e-mail to get a similar page.
The printer also features HP’s print apps, which let you print pages from outlets such as Financial Times, Yahoo, Reuters, USA Today. Others from DreamWorks, Nickelodeon, and Disney let you print colouring pages, paper aeroplane templates, and other crafts. You can also install additional free apps, but you must do so from HP’s ePrint Center Web site after creating an account. It would be infinitely easier to simply download them directly to the printer. Also, the apps are much more useful on a printer with a larger LCD display.
The flatbed scanner/copier measures 8.5 by 11.7 inches, meaning it can scan or copy letter-size documents but not legal sheets. It features a 4,800 dpi resolution, and scanned and copied documents looked crisp and sharp. You can send scans to a PC, a memory card, or a USB drive. There is also an option for scanning photos to whatever paper you have in the photo tray. (Description of CNET Site: https://www.cnet.com).
This is a phrase from trustedreviews.com – This is quite a strange name to give an all-in-one printer. There’s no model number on the end – this is the Photosmart Premium. What HP does if it wants to extend the range is unclear, but the Premium suffix is intended to imply a machine with all the extras and for a keen home user or even a small business, there’s certainly a lot under the hood.
A smart piece of industrial design, this is an evolution of recent HP styling. A neat Automatic Document Feeder (ADF) sits on top of a fairly standard flatbed scanner. The control panel is nicely laid out and appears to float at an angle in front of the machine. There’s quite a busy set of controls, including a full number pad for the machine’s fax facilities, as well as separate buttons for printing quick forms, doing photo reprints from the flatbed and automatic redeye removal from troublesome portrait shots. A 60mm colour LCD display at the left-hand end of the panel hinges forward to the vertical, should you need a different viewing angle.
Set into the control panel’s bottom lip is a pull-down tab for the CD and DVD loading tray, for direct disc print. To the left of the control panel are three memory card slots and a PictBridge socket and the 125-sheet main paper tray has a 20-sheet photo paper tray set above it. This is powered, so photo blanks slide into the machine when you select to print photos.
At the back are sockets for USB and Ethernet connection, as well as for phone line and telephone handset, but there’s also Wi-Fi and Bluetooth support. To set up a wireless link with an existing network, you run the wireless network wizard from the control panel and enter your encryption key, before choosing wireless connection in the installation software on your PC or Mac and picking up the name of the device from a pop-up list. This whole process can be completed in a few minutes and the wireless connection is then completely transparent.
Other support software is the usual HP mix, including photo-handling, OCR and scanning applets. The only other thing you need do is install the five cartridges – the Photosmart Premium uses a separate photo black ink, as well as a high-capacity black for text print. The cartridges’ shrink-wrap and snap-off seals are so reminiscent of Canon ink cartridges that you have to wonder how close the link between the two companies is.
Introduction by photographyblog.com
Based on the Canon MP 980 All-In-One (AIO) printer I recently reviewed, I’ve raised my expectations for these devices. Where they were once something I’d only recommend if someone were short on space and budget, these newer devices are coming into their own as a quality option for printing and scanning. With that in mind, I took a look at the latest offering from HP, the Photosmart Premium Fax All-in-One. With the Photosmart name, I expect to see the high-quality output. Did the Fax All-in-One deliver?
The HP Photosmart Premium Fax All-in-One is a combination Printer/Scanner/Fax/Copy device. Unlike many devices in this category, the Fax All-in-One uses individual ink tanks and offers photo-quality printing on glossy and lustre surface papers. The printer has a built-in duplex, or double-sided printing, and includes wireless, USB, and Ethernet in the standard configuration. The HPFax All-in-One goes a step further and also includes Bluetooth as a standard feature, which makes for some interesting possibilities that I’ll cover a bit later.
You can use the HP Photosmart Premium Fax All-in-One without a computer if you like. The colour LCD gives you access to all features, and a very well laid out control panel (Figure 1) makes it easy to select which options you want. For printing photos directly, you’ll work directly from a memory card using the built-in card reader that supports SD, CF, Memory Stick, and xD cards. You can also connect a PictBridge compatible device via the provided port.
To get started, simply pop the memory card into the slot and print your JPEG images with onboard image adjustments like red-eye correction, and colour enhancement. You can also print contact sheets, passport photos, convert to black and white or sepia, and add borders to your prints.
The HP Photosmart Premium Fax All-in-One was a little problematic to setup wirelessly on my network. I had compatibility issues with the firewall I use (McAfee) that wouldn’t allow the printer to be seen until the firewall was disabled. I ended up using the Windows Vista firewall for my tests. Once this was done, setup proceeded without further issues. I had no problems at all with setting up on a Mac system.
The HP Photosmart Premium Fax All-in-One uses a five-ink system – pigment black for text, cyan, magenta, yellow, and photo black for photo printing. The inks are HP’s Vivera and available in two sizes. The XL size gives you about 2.5 times the prints at less than twice the cost, making it a much more effective way to print.
Printing from all machines worked fine using the wireless connection. Scanning was less convenient since you do need to go to the device to load the film or image to be scanned, but once loaded, scanning over wireless worked flawlessly.
One of the driving factors in this type of device is the ability to handle the odd scanning job that you might have. Both devices can turn out a quick scan of photos or documents, and work as a photocopy machine with multiple copies.
If you’re interested in scanning negatives or transparencies only, you can stop reading right now – the HP Photosmart Premium Fax All-in-One only supports reflective scans. The hardware resolution of 4800×9600 at 48-bits will handle most any task you want to throw at it. HP includes their Photosmart Studio software. HP Scan Pro (Figure 2) is not as sophisticated as the Canon application, but there is a TWAIN driver that is installed for Photoshop Elements (the driver did not install for CS4) that is more full-featured (Figure 3).
Specifications for the HP Photosmart Premium Fax C410 All-in-One.
-Print speeds vary according to the complexity of the document and model.
-Method: drop-on-demand thermal inkjet.
-Language: PCL3 GUI.
-Copy speeds vary according to the complexity of the document and model.
-Digital image processing.
-A maximum number of copies varies by model.
-Maximum copy enlargement ranging from 200-400 % (depends on model).
-Maximum copy reduction ranging from 25-50 % (depends on model).
-Image editor included.
-Resolution: up to 4800 x 9600 dpi optical (varies by model); 19200 dpi enhanced (software).
-Colour: 48-bit colour, 8-bit grayscale (256 levels of grey).
-Maximum scan size from glass: 216 x 297 mm (8.5 x 11.7 in).
-The maximum recommended number of files on a memory card: 2000.
-Maximum recommended individual file size: 8 MB.
NOTE: Approaching any of the recommended maximums on a memory card might slow down product performance.
-Memory Stick Pro Duo (adapter optional)
-Memory Stick Pro-HG Duo (adapter optional)
-MMC Mobile (RS-MMC; adapter required)
-Secure Digital High Capacity (SDHC)
-Secure Digital Mini
-Secure Digital (SD)
-Secure MultiMedia Card
-TransFlash MicroSD Card (adapter required)
HP Generic 564XL Photo Black High Yield Ink Cartridge
HP Generic 564XL Cyan High Yield Ink Cartridge
HP Generic 564XL Magenta High Yield Ink Cartridge
HP Generic 564XL Yellow High Yield Ink Cartridge
HP 564 Black Ink Cartridge
HP 564 Photo Black Ink Cartridge