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HP Photosmart D7360 Printer Washington DC

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Hellmuth, Obata & Kassabaum Pc
(202) 339-8700
3223 Grace Street, Nw
Washington, DC

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Graniser Tile, Kitchen & Bath
(703) 256-5650
5650 General Washington Dr.
Alexandria, VA

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Emorton Art
(240) 752-5230
Silver Spring, MD

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A Touch Of Class Interior Design
(301) 283-0430
1211 Pine Lane
Accokeek, MD

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Dane Austin
(202) 669-9091
120 Seaton Place NW
Washington, DC
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Atrium Interiors
(202) 333-0763
1425 Wisconsin Avenue, N.W.
Washington, DC

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Smooth Movers
(703) 596-0266
2207 Beacon Lane
Falls Church, VA

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Dmvs&R
(301) 960-4720
Po Box 2274
Upper Marlboro, MD

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Kittrell Interiors
(301) 725-3357
206 Patuxent Road
Laurel, MD

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Kerry Touchette Interiors
(202) 667-3249
1730 Corcoran St. NW
Washington, DC
 
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HP Photosmart D7360 Printer Review at Cameratown.com

HP Photosmart D7360 Printer Review

Reader Score: 6.56 (out of 10)
Review: "If you like using touch screens, you should love the HP Photosmart D7360 Printer ($200 street). The D7360 can print from a PictBridge-enabled camera or a computer well enough, but it is most impressive when you use it as you would a photo kiosk. Call it the ATM experience: Plug in a memory card or USB key with photos on it, preview your photos, choose print options, and give the print command through the 3.4-inch touch screen. It's the perfect interface for computerphobes, who can use the D7360 strictly as a standalone photo printer.

Given the D7360's focus on printing photos, its less-than-stellar photo quality is unfortunate. Even so, if you don't expect to print any black-and-white photos and you want to print basic snapshots rather than photos as art, and if you want to print photos without necessarily connecting to a computer, the D7360's convenience features can make it a good choice." ...

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