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i'm looking for good deals on photo printer paper. anyone have any recommendations?
Answer:I absolutely LOVE my photo printer! So convenient to be able to print any photo at any time. You definitely need the right paper, for the best quality of photo, though. There ...
which is the best photo printer for a moderate price?
Answer:This quality photo printer features 3.5" color touchscreen with graphics - Prints up to 33 pages/min black and 31 color Print from 4 x 6- to 13 x 19-inch photos-and everything...
Where can I get ink for a Dell Photo Printer 720?
Answer:Ink can be very expensive,I know that first hand.They are several websites you can order from that offer great deals on ink and the price of ink gets a little less expensive e...
the best brand & price for a digital photo printer?
Answer:I personally think you can't beat HP for their quality and resolution on photo printers. Staples currently has a great deal on their HP Photosmart Premium Fax All in One prin...
What is the best photo printer for a moderate price?
Answer:Hi, and thank you for choosing IMShopping! I recommend the Epson Stylus R1900 Wide Format Photo Printer. It prints 8"x10", 11"x14", and more sized photos. You can also print...
I am confused. Is this just a photo printer, or does it print letter size as well?
Answer:I'm unclear which printer you are referring to but most printers do print photo quality as well as letter size. This is fairly standard now and makes these printers ideal for...
Is the HP printer 970051 a photo printer or will it print documents as well?
I want to get a photo printer specifically to print photos from my Canon camera. I like the small $100 canon photo printers but I'm not sure how expensive the ink and paper is and can you adjust the size?
Answer:I would recomend the HP Photosmart. with lots of features and good customer service makes it a great choice for under $100 The Canon Selphy CP780 is a dye-sublimation printer,...
Does anyone have any photo printer recommendations? Wouldn't be used a lot, so cheaper to buy is better than cheaper to run :-)
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