HP Photosmart A526

HP Photosmart A526 is a Compact Photo Printer features Print Resolution Up to 4800 x 1200 optimized dpi, Print Speed As fast as 39 sec, Supported Photo Sizes 4 x 6 in, 4 x 6.5 in, 4 x 8-in photo card, 4 x 12-in panorama, Connectivity 1 USB, 1 PictBridge, 4 Memory card slots. The HP Photosmart A526 measures 8.94 x 4.57 x 5.41 in (W x D x H) and weighs 2.69 lb.

Overall Rating: ★★★☆☆ | Latest Price Info

Expert Reviews

HP Photosmart A526 Reviews

PCMag reviews the HP Photosmart A526 and writes;
“In most ways, the A526 is simply outclassed by the Dash, which offers faster speed, more consistent output quality, and a lower cost per photo. But what keeps it in the running is the ability to print at sizes up to 4 by 12 inches—something the Dash can’t do. If your budget is $100 and you want to print photos at, say, 4-by-8 or panoramas at 4-by-12, the A526 might be your printer of choice.”
Rating: ★★★☆☆

PCAdvisor reviews the HP Photosmart A526 and writes;
“Photos we printed on the HP Photosmart A526 looked very good overall. Flesh tones tended to look orangey, but other images looked natural. The larger issue was speed, or the lack thereof: prints took well over a minute to emerge.”
Rating: ★★★½☆

CNET reviews the HP Photosmart A526 and writes;
“The quality test prints showed that the A526 produced prints of decent quality–good enough for casual snapshooters. The colors were pleasing, but we would’ve liked to see sharper details. We noticed some slight graininess in color blocks, particularly in faces.”
Rating: ★★½☆☆

User Opinions

HP Photosmart A526 User Reviews

Review for A526 Photo Printer
“The photo clarity is very good. It is also light and easy to carry. I feel that they could put a full cartridge in the package and also the cable to connect to the computer. It does a good job and I would buy it again.” – by J. K. Neace
Rating: ★★★★☆

HP PhotoSmart A526
“I bought this product on sale and am very happy with it. I have an all-in-one that does pictures but it is to much of a bother to set-up the tray every time I want to print pictures. The A526 prints directly from the memory card. The pictures look great! I am very impressed with the quality of the prints. Great alternative to driving to a print shop or waiting for the mail!Good product!Good price. “ – by Tiny Pieces LLC
Rating: ★★★★☆


HP Photosmart A526 Brochure & User Guide

- HP Photosmart A526 User Guide

Features & Specifications

HP Photosmart A526 Features

HP A526 Photosmart Compact Photo Printer. Effortlessly print photos, insert your memory card, select photos and print all without a PC. Preview your photos before you print, easily select photos on a 2.4 inch display. Take this printer almost anywhere, the compact design makes it easy to carry and fit in small spaces. Save time by browsing and selecting photos while you print, no need to wait. Wirelessly print from Bluetooth enabled devices. Get the photo you intended to take enhance photos with the touch of the HP Red eye Removal button. Make your photos the way you want them, without a PC. Easily remove red eye and enhance your photos. Make memories last print lab quality photos that resist fading for generations. Present photos with no need to trim edges or cut away borders.

* Photosmart Compact Photo Printer
* 2.4 in LCD Display, Preview your Photos before You Print
* Lab Quality, Fade Resistant Photos that Last Generations
* Auto Red Eye Removal, Photo Brightening, Smart Focus, Adaptive Lighting
* Weight: 4.45 Lbs, Dimension: (W x L x H) 8.94″ x 5.41″ x 8.78″

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