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New HP CD/DVD printer


marlinsinger

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HP now has another printer, and I believe an all-in-one, that will print to printables CD/DVDs. Fairly similar to the D5160, but it can handle XL black and tr-color cartridges that can do twice as many pages as those that come with the D5160, that are not twice the price.

 

 

If you haven't looked at CD/DVD printers or are looking for a new one, might be worth a look.

 

http://www.shopping.hp.com/product/printer.../Q8361A%2523B1H

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HP now has another printer, and I believe an all-in-one, that will print to printables CD/DVDs. Fairly similar to the D5160, but it can handle XL black and tr-color cartridges that can do twice as many pages as those that come with the D5160, that are not twice the price.

If you haven't looked at CD/DVD printers or are looking for a new one, might be worth a look.

 

http://www.shopping.hp.com/product/printer.../Q8361A%2523B1H

 

 

Thanks Marlin,

 

beleive it or not I'm still on the cartridges that came with my 5160 printer. :)

 

Next trip to Staples, Best Buy, or Office Depot I will check it out.

 

Walgreens started refilling cartridges in my area. I took a tri-color C6578 for a old HP 932C in a had it refilled at a substantial savings. I have had no problems at all with that cartridge, the Black 51645 will be next.

 

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I have been looking at the HP 5280 All-In-One printer. It's spec's show a larger Tri-color cartridge than the HP 5360. For some reason this is probably just a "typo". But I wouild make sure, as the difference between 3.5 ml and 12 ml is quite a bit !!

 

I like the fact that both are "all-in-one" printers also. I have the D5160 and it's working O.K. I have only been using it to print to my CD and DVD's.

 

Frank...

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I have been looking at the HP 5280 All-In-One printer. It's spec's show a larger Tri-color cartridge than the HP 5360. For some reason this is probably just a "typo". But I wouild make sure, as the difference between 3.5 ml and 12 ml is quite a bit !!

 

I like the fact that both are "all-in-one" printers also. I have the D5160 and it's working O.K. I have only been using it to print to my CD and DVD's.

 

Frank...

There are 2 different cartridges. The 74 black and the 74XL black. Same for the 75/75XL. The 5360 can use either. Something the 5160 can not do. Also I looked at the manual, and HP actually built in an area to store the CD tray. Kind of a neat idea.

 

And yes I am still on my original cartridges too for the 5160, and still half full. If I still had my Epson, I would probably be on cartridge set 10.

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