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The Photosmart D7360 boasts four memory card slots that accept Compact Flash, Memory Stick, MicroDrive, MultiMediaCard, Secure Digital, and xD-Picture cards. If you want to print from a PictBridge camera or a USB thumbdrive, you can avail yourself of the USB port on the front. Additionally, you can print from an iPod that can store photos, which is a feature we haven’t seen on another printer. If you want to print wirelessly from a Bluetooth-enabled cell phone, you’ll have to purchase the optional Bluetooth adapter to use with the USB port.
The HP Photosmart D7360 photo inkjet printer offers some decent features for photo hobbyists–including some we haven’t seen before–but it also lacks some basic features that would be useful. For $200, you get a solid-quality printer that’s fast with text prints but disappointingly slow at 4×6 photo prints. (For about the same cost, you could also get an all-in-one printer such as the Canon Pixma MP500, which boasts faster print speeds and excellent photo quality. But the Canon lacks truly photo-centric features, such as the ability to print stills from a digital video.) If you want a photo printer that can churn out 4×6 prints in a jiffy, opt for the Canon Pixma iP6700D or the Epson Stylus R380 photo printer. But if you want the balance of decent text and photo printing as well as low-cost prints, the HP Photosmart D7360 is a good bet. The HP Photosmart D7360 is on the bulky side for a single-function printer. Its glossy-white-and-light-gray body sits 18.2 inches wide, 15.3 inches deep, and 6.8 inches tall. The control panel is limited to just seven buttons, because the huge 3.4-inch LCD functions as a touch screen. Control panel buttons include Print, Cancel, Print Preview, Zoom In and Out, Rotate, and Photo Fix. Everything else can be done via the touch screen, which is vivid, very responsive, and even gives an audible response when touched.
The Photosmart D7360 employs HP’s standard, single-cassette input/output tray. The input tray pulls out for filling, has adjustable paper guides, and can hold as many as 100 sheets of regular paper. Immediately above the input tray, a dedicated 4×6 photo paper tray holds about 20 sheets of photo paper and will automatically engage if you choose 4×6 prints. Sitting above both input trays is the output tray, with its extendable paper keeper. This printer lacks a straight pass-through, which is useful when printing on heavier paper stock such as postcards.