An HP Deskjet printer, an Aliph Jawbone 2 Bluetooth headset, and an Acer Aspire One netbook. Here are your deals for Thursday, May 21, straight from the Gadget Gal:1.
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The DeskJet 450 is compact, and battery power allows you to use it in unlikely places. However, despite its good print quality, it's neither a budget printer, nor the fastest way of printing photos.
Hewlett-Packard on Monday announced new a low-cost printer and scanner designed for digital photography. The $99 Deskjet 920c is HP's first color printer at that price with resolution of 2,400 by 1,200 dots per inch (dpi). The Scanjet 5400c scanner, priced at $199, sports a resolution of 2,400 by 2,400 dpi and offers features designed to simplify capturing photos. Both are expected to be in stores late this month.
For those who must have leading-edge kit, this is the first Bluetooth printer we've seen. However, if you just want a printer and can live with wires, you can get the same print quality for less money.
Great graphics, a low price and HP's reputation make this a good choice for home users. Better text quality and lower ink costs would help, though.
Hewlett-Packard (HP) has released the DeskJet 690C, an inkjet printer that can output glossy, photo-like images.
Today's lineup includes a wealth of imaging hardware from Canon; a FireWire CD-RW drive from Yamaha; an inkjet-printer trio from Epson; Adobe Photoshop Elements, the company's new midrange image editor; and REALbasic 3.0.
A compact portable printer capable of very high-quality -- if small and expensive -- prints.
Chiming with the sharp rise in popularity of CD-R, Fargo Electronics has released a printer that outputs directly to discs and jewel case inserts.
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