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HP - Photosmart 7510 Wireless All-In-One Printer - Black

Create crisp, professional documents with this HP Photosmart 7510 CQ877A#B1H all-in-one printer that features built-in wireless networking for simple connectivity. The 4-in-1 functionality lets you print, scan, copy and fax for enhanced productivity.
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which home printer would allow you to email to an email address

What is the difference between efaxing and emailing from the printer? and which printers have this feature?
2 years, 11 months ago
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Better answer: emailing sends a doc/pic/whatever from the printer to another email address. Faxing typically only goes to fax enabled devices, ie. fax machines or efax enabled printers. Both are useful in my opinion, and this printer does both.
2 years, 11 months ago
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You may email a print job to the printer but not from the pritner with HP ePrint. e FAX is a third party service not provided by HP. This printer does not have fax capability.
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What does efax mean? Is it the same as regular faxing? Do you have to leave your computer on for the unit to receive faxes?

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E faxing is cool, I've sent faxes, but haven't received any yet. The printer stays in a sleep mode and comes on to receive and print
2 years, 10 months ago
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eFax allows you to send and receive faxes through the internet connection on your PC instead of using an analog phone line connected to the printer. You do not have to leave your PC on continuously to receive faxes. However, it will only be able to download and print faxes while the PC is powered on.
2 years, 10 months ago
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What does "network ready" mean? What difference does it make?

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It's wireless and network capable
2 years, 10 months ago
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"Network Ready" simply means that the PC is ready for wired or wireless network connectivity right out of the box.
2 years, 11 months ago
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The_HP_Guru
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Is Duplex printing and scanning avaliable? Do I need a wireless "n" router?

The descruption says it has duples primting with "added accessory". What does it mean? Do I have to buy some extra part to have the duplex printing?
This MFP has an ADF. Does it allow duplex scanning?
Also, does it work with a "g: wireless router or does it need a N router with dual band?
Thanks a lot!
2 years, 11 months ago
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I used a G router, it loaded perfectly.
2 years, 10 months ago
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This printer has built-in automatic duplexing capability (two sided printing). This printer does not support duplex scanning. Wireless 'n' is backward compatible with 'g' &'b' but without an 'n' router you will have the slower transfer rate.
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Fax capable?

I see the eFax capability, but will this machine also act as a fax machine?
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It faxes through the internet, it will give u a phone number that it uses and u can receive faxes through that number. I've used it and Very pleased with it
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This Printer only has efax capapbility.
2 years, 10 months ago
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Compatibility

Is this printer compatible to work with a Gateway Computer?
2 years, 10 months ago
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Claudia
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Yes. Type of computer is irrelevant. Only the operating system matters and HP lists the compatible systems.
2 years, 9 months ago
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Yes, as long as your PC is running one of the following compatible operating systems:Microsoft® Windows® 7, Windows Vista®, Windows® XP (SP2)* or higher (32-bit only),
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WHAT MEMORY CARDS CAN YOU USE WITH THE 6510 & 7510? (SD, OR SDHC)

2 years, 10 months ago
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Both work just fine.
2 years, 9 months ago
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The HP Photosmart 6510 and 7510 Printer models are compatible with Memory Stick Duo and Secure Digital/Multimedia Cards.
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The_HP_Guru
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Double Side scanning

Is there any Wireless All-in-one that can handle double side scanning?

Thanks!
2 years, 11 months ago
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None that I know of. When I need this feature, I just run my double-sided original through the sheet feeder to copy 1 side. Then I interlace that stack of 1-sided originals with my 2-sided originals and run the whole thing through the scanner sheet feeder. It's a "waste" of paper, but it works.
2 years, 9 months ago
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this printer does not support duplex scanning.
2 years, 11 months ago
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The_HP_Guru
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Does the printer soft wear have a limit of how many computers it can be installed on?

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Not that I am aware of. We share our HP 7510 using a CradlePoint MBR95 router with one PC (Windows 7) and two Laptops (Windows 7 and Windows XP).
2 years, 9 months ago
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answer 2
No, there is not limit to the number of PCs that the printer software can be installed on.
2 years, 9 months ago
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The_HP_Guru
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It states that fees may apply, What fees would be assessed for using the efax?

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letsplayball70
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I'd double check your user guide, but your 1st 20 pages per month should be free, before you'll incurr any cost. If your going to have a higher usage, than you might consider upgrading to eFaxPlus.
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Fees would apply just as if the efax "call" was a standard telephone call.
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answer 3
eFax® is a service provided by eFax®, not Hewlett-Packard, that allows you to send and receive faxes using the Internet rather than a phone line. eFax® is easy to use, but it is different than a typical phone-based fax machine. You don't require a phone line to use it, so you don't have to worry about busy signals and you can place your printer where you want it, not where the phone jacks are located! The fax number you are provided will not typically be a local number, and may even be in a different country. You will receive 20 incoming and 20 outgoing fax pages per month for free with this service. Your page counts will reset at midnight Pacific Time on the first of each month. You can also subscribe to eFax® Plus to obtain additional pages per month by visiting: http://www.eFax.com/products/internet-fax.
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The_HP_Guru
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