The HP PSC 1610 was a cutting edge printer for its release time and is still going strong having All-In-One capabilities and producing good quality printouts. This device can print, scan, and copy giving users the ability to complete any printing task from the convenience of their own homes. And with only two HP PSC 1610 ink cartridges, replacement procedures are simplified and take little time to perform.
Resolutions up to 1200 x 1200 dpi are possible with the HP PSC 1610 and the accompanying HP Photo RE Technology III. The HP Photo RE technology III that comes with the HP PSC 1610 will automatically soften photograph tones and touch up pictures for truer to life images with eliminated digital interferences. The HP PSC 1610 also has PictBridge capabilities for PictBridge enable cameras to connect and interact with the printer.
Additionally, the HP PSC 1610 has multiple media card slots located at the front of the device to quickly print photographs or albums on memory cards and flash drives. The HP PSC 1610 supports Compact Flash drives, Smart Media, Memory Sticks, Memory Stick Duos, Memory Stick Pros, Magic Gate Memory Sticks, Secure Digital Cards, MultiMedia Cards, and xD-Picture Cards. No computer is needed to get the HP PSC 1610 ink cartridges to print from a Memory Card or when walking up and creating copies.
The Input Tray for this machine will hold up to 100 sheets of plain white paper or up to 10 envelopes. Users can also load up to 20 cardstock papers or up to 30 sheets of film media into the Input Tray of the HP PSC 1610 when printing multiple pages. The HP PSC 1610 will print on media reaching up to 8.5 inches in width and up to 14 inches in length, to give users the ability to print onto legal sized documentation.
This device utilizes Drop-on-Demand inkjet technology to capture and reproduce high levels of definition in all printouts. The HP PSC 1610 ink cartridges also have a thermal ink formulation to give projects resistances to smudging and blurring, once printed. This allows users to handle their projects without fear of ruining the image or text.