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HP Photosmart Pro B9180 A3 printer. This printer is clearly aimed at the professional and creative photographer. The printer is built like a Sherman tank and is going to withstand heavy duty professional use. Read on.

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HP Photosmart B9180 Printer Review

Reader Score: 7.66 (out of 10)
Video Review: "Hewlett Packard (HP) can never be accused of sitting back on their laurels, in fact quite the opposite, they have been busy developing their own range of printers, inks, media and other digital equipment. The market is very lucrative for the right product, get it right and you have a runaway best seller.

In February 2006 HP announced a new printer the HP Photosmart Pro B9180 A3 printer. This printer is clearly aimed at the professional and creative photographer. The printer is built like a Sherman tank and is going to withstand heavy duty professional use. The B9180 uses HPs newly formulated Vivera Pigment inks for outstanding colour quality. I have been using the B9180 for the last six months and the prints I am now producing surpass all other printers that I have tested. The printer does have one or two quirks, but these are mainly due to drivers which are still being worked on as I write. For a change the Mac drivers are ready before the Windows drivers." ...

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