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HP Photosmart 7510

alaTest has collected and analyzed 776 reviews from magazines and websites. Reviews about the build quality and value for money are overall positive. The print quality and performance also get good feedback. The size and noise get negative views.

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We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Printers the HP Photosmart 7510 is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 90/100 = Excellent quality.

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HP Photosmart 7510 e-All-in-One


For $50 more than the Photosmart 5510 , the 7510 adds access to HP's ePrintCenter apps available for download directly on the display, just as you would on modern smartphones. The wireless connection required to log into the store also permits entry to...

Investing in the HP Photosmart 7510 multifunction printer opens the door to cloud printing and downloading apps straight to the color touch screen, at a reasonable price.

There's no Ethernet port for a tethered wireless connection and the touch screen suffers intermittent precision issues.

The HP Photosmart 7510 e-All-in-One boasts quick output speeds, multiple connectivity options, cloud printing, and a growing number of apps in the HP Web store, earning our recommendation to those hunting for a flexible imaging machine.

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HP Photosmart 7510 e-All-in-One


Though HP's $199 Photosmart 7510 multifunction inkjet (MFP) looks strikingly similar to the company's Photosmart eStation, you cannot, as you can with the eStation, remove the LCD control panel and use it like a tablet. Believe us, it's the first thing...

Very good speed in most tests ; Automatic document feeder ; Good print quality on both plain and photo papers

Scanner lid does not telescope for thicker media

It may be photo-oriented but it's also efficient, with peppy performance, an automatic document feeder, and decent ink costs.

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HP Photosmart 7510 e-All-In-One


The HP PhotoSmart 7510 e-All-in-One ($199.99 direct) is a multifunction printer (MFP) geared primarily to home use, though its automatic document feeder (ADF) and paper capacity give it some home-office chops. It does print beautiful photos, and has a...

Good photo quality. Reasonably fast. Touch screen. ePrint and AirPrint compatible. Runs HP Web apps. eFax

Running costs on the high side. No Ethernet. No port for USB thumb drive

The HP PhotoSmart 7510 e-All-in-One provides good photo quality and reasonably fast speed, a large touch-screen interface, and ePrint capabilities.



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HP Photosmart 7510


If you're shopping for an inexpensive all-in-one inkjet, you know you're going to have to give up something substantial in features, quality, or performance. (Otherwise, how could today's printer manufacturers sell their higher-priced models?) That may...

Excellent print quality ; 4.3-inch touch-screen LCD with Web connectivity ; Built-in duplex printing ; Superior ink longevity for photos

Higher-than-average per-page print costs ; No Ethernet port ; Paper-output tray handles only 50 sheets at a time

Looking for a bargain inkjet? This low-cost all-in-one model has outstanding print quality, a built-in document feeder, and Wi-Fi. It's a good fit for light-duty, non-networked use.

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"Unreliable rip off"


Don't buy this printer.

Trying to think of one

When attempting to use wireless printing, I always cross my fingers hoping it will work, but 9 times out of 10, I have to reboot the printer. Also haven't printed a single photo without streaking, even with new ink.

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"Too expensive to operate"


There are much better all in one printers out there. I would not buy again.

Does a lot of things fairly well

Will not accept refilled cartridges, so cost is very high. Also very slow.

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"I'm so tired of HP printer paper jams."


This is the second HP printer I've owned. Both had severe paper feeding problems. This will be the last HP printer I own.

Prints decently on regular paper.

Will not feed photo paper. Jams every time. Since this is supposed to be a PHOTOsmart printer, it's refusal to actually feed photo quality paper makes this printer worthless.

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"HP Customer Service and product"


I spent $250 on a Hewitt Packard printer 1 1/2 years ago. The power button will not work now, a problem they've know about from others. They will not replace it because i didn't spend $70 on extended warranty AND they want me to buy another HP? I think...

There are none with HP

Customer service and product

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"High quality photos, but not without flaws."


Got this HP Photosmart 7515 e-All-in-One printer from Costco for $109 which was a fabulous price plus a 2-yr (Costco) warranty. After reading the reviews on it, they were not all favorable. I currently own a very old HP LaserJet 4L and an HP Photosmart...

Easy, fast set-up,

Photos streak occasionally, no known cause.

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"Not too impressed."


Bottom line, is a nice all-in-one printer, and does most jobs pretty well, awkward for other niche jobs. We have other fall back printers for those other certain jobs. Knowing what I know now, I probably would have kept on looking for a better...

Seemed to have a nice set of features with printing to the printer from the Internet via email. Prints nice clear crisp color pages pretty fast.

Gives warnings when getting low on any ink color, BUT, does not stop printing when out. No way to stop it. Prints only whole document or the current page. Fax through eFax. You will need to sign up for eFax's paid account if lots of faxes.