Wednesday, June 26, 2013

HP Photosmart 7520 e-All-In-One-Printer Review

Happy Wednesday friends! We are halfway through the week. Yahoo!

About two weeks ago I was contacted to see if I would be interested in collaborating 
on a product review for Staples. Hmmmmm...what do you think I said?!?! YES of course! 

Here are all the details on what this awesome printer includes:

  • 4-in-1: print, copy, scan, fax
  • Prints up to 14 ppm black, Up to 10 ppm color (mfr specs); Copies up to 34cpm
  • WiFi 802.11b/g/n and USB 2.0 connectivity
  • Automatic Duplexing (2-sided printing)
  • Up to 600 dpi print resolution; up to 2400 dpi scan resolution
  • Paper Handling: 125-sheet input tray, 20-sheet photo tray and 50-sheet output tray
  • 25-sheet Automatic Document Feeder (ADF)
  • Print documents and photos, make copies and scans, send faxes, access the Web, and print on the go
  • Scan everyday documents and photos straight to e-mail, and scan multiple files to a single document
  • Easily use the 4.33-inch (10.99 cm) color touchscreen
  • Conserve energy - this e-all-in-one is ENERGY STAR qualified
  • HP Photo Creations software included
  • Print up to 8.5" x 14"
  • 25-sheet Automatic Document Feeder (ADF)
  • Paper Handling: 125-sheet input tray, 20-sheet photo tray, and 50-sheet output tray
  • 33.6 kbps fax speed
  • Dimensions 8.68"H x 17.87"W x 17.91"D, 23.44lb.
  • One-year limited hardware warranty

The HP Photosmart 7520 prints, scans, faxes, and copies, all in color or black-and-white, and also prints photographs in beautiful, sharp color at 600 dpi. Its wireless connection option and touchscreen commands make it easy to use from any computer in your home. The HP Photosmart is a great way to clear your desk yet keep all the office equipment functionality you're used to having.

  • Multiple Functions
  • The HP Photosmart brings the ease of an all-in-one machine plus a photo printer to your home office. Print up to 14 ppm black and white or 10 ppm color, send faxes at a robust 33.6 kbps, or make copies at a rate of 36 ppm, right at your desk.

  • Easy Wired or Wireless Connection
  • With a fast 2.0 USB connection provided by a Staples 16' Gold Series A/B USB 2.0 cable or using wireless 802.11 b/g/n networking, the HP Photosmart connects to your computer fast. It's also enabled for mobile printing using HP ePrint, HP Direct Wireless, or Apple AirPrint technologies, so you can send print jobs right from your iPad or cellphone.

  • Photo and Other Media Printing
  • This printer easily handles multiple media types, including photo paper, labels, greeting cards, and transparencies. The paper tray is set up for sizes up to 8.5 inches by 14 inches.

  • Automated Duplexing and Document Scanning
  • The HP Photosmart automatically duplexes to give you double-sided print jobs, so you can create your own greeting cards in a single step. The automatic document feeder can handle up to 25 sheets of paper, and if you wish, this all-in-one machine can even send the file straight to email. 
    I am going to walk you through a couple of the
     basics to setup and install the printer on your computer.

      Here is everything that the printer included....
     Take all the tape off the printer

     Plug the battery pack into the wall and then into the back of the printer

    Even Shadow was interested in what I was doing!

     Place all the ink cartridges into the right slots and lock into place

     Now it's time to install the printer onto your computer!

    Go to the start menu and click on open "Computer"
    This screen above will come up, click on Run Setup.

     Click next....

     It has to install 1 of 4 setups. This took about 30 minutes to run and install everything.

     Now it's time to print some pictures!
     Lift up the center plastic piece and load photo paper


    The pictures came out so beautiful!

     I am very impressed with this printer and would highly recommend it. 
    It has all the features and capabilities that you would need and want in a printer.

    Full disclosure, Staples provided me with the HP Photosmart 7520 Printer to review. All thoughts and opinions expressed are my own. To check out Staples full line of HP Printers, visit

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    At June 26, 2013 at 7:48 AM , Blogger Bekah @ reĀ·solve said...

    Nice! I love my HP printer too but it is showing it's age....tell Staples I'll be happy to review for them too! :D

    At June 26, 2013 at 7:59 AM , Blogger Kimberly Bonham said...

    Thanks for commenting Bekah! I am sure that they will see your comment on my blog! Hopefully that contact you too!!

    Have a great day!

    At June 26, 2013 at 8:46 AM , Blogger Kerrin Chance said...

    Whoa baby! That is NICE!

    At June 26, 2013 at 12:46 PM , Blogger Kimberly Bonham said...

    Haha!! It is pretty nice! I really enjoyed printing a bunch of pictures last night!

    At June 27, 2013 at 2:06 AM , Blogger Kati said...

    That's an amazing quality - lucky you!

    Have a fantastic day,

    At June 27, 2013 at 8:12 AM , Blogger Jill said...

    I would totally try that out too. Hope the ink lasts a long time. Thats always my biggest frustration printing my own pictures. Good luck.

    At January 17, 2015 at 7:59 PM , Anonymous Anonymous said...

    Good evening everyone! I am checking all the possible sites including yours. I thought I once Auto Scanned an 8.5 x 14 document and it shows up on my desktop but only as a 8.5 x 11. The data sheet
    shows it can scan 8.5 x 14. Any trick I am missing? Thanks for reviewing. Dave

    At September 5, 2016 at 10:40 PM , Blogger moonar said...

    That's interesting! Can you please share more about it? Thank you.


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