HP PhotoSmart R927 Video
Aside from the never-ending name, the HP Photosmart Premium TouchSmart Web All-in-One Printer looks good and prints high-quality photos at competitive speeds. We also appreciate effort put into the downloadable applications for the interactive touch screen, but the innovation is offset by a hefty price tag. Unless Web-connectivity and touch screens are a top priority, we recommend checking out HP's Photosmart multifunction printers that still offer high performance at a much lower cost.
At CES 2006, we take a look at the latest editions to the HP R series: the R927, the R727, and the R725.
This no-frills compact offers 5 megapixels for less than $200, but its mediocre image quality and minimal feature set are no bargain.
A decent all-around snapshot camera with a few notable features for newbies.
Ease of use and an affordable price don't make up for this camera's poor performance, below-average image quality, and lack of optical zoom.
Although a great camera for newbies who need their hands held, the R707's photos aren't too impressive.
Whether you work from home, in a small office, or with varied home printing, scanning, faxing, and copying needs, this all-in-one takes care of business.
The HP Media Center m7070n Photosmart PC is a solid bet for users looking to add some PC muscle to their living room.
HP Photosmart R927 Review
The good: Extensive help menus and features for beginners; oversize LCD; attractive and sturdy.
The bad: Poor image quality; sluggish performance.
The bottom line: With its big 3-inch LCD and a menu system full of helpful tips, the HP Photosmart R927 is a decent camera for someone new to digital cameras or to photography in general. Pixel-peepers looking for the best image quality, though, should steer clear.
HP Photosmart R927 Specs
Part number: L2056A#ABA
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