The 4.8-inch screen display of the new HP Photosmart A626 printer breaks new ground as the largest LCD ever built into a portable compact photo printer.
The large display makes it easy to view photos and navigate the printerâ€™s interface so you donâ€™t have to connect it to a computer to print your pictures. Photos can simply be read from memory cards inserted into the printerâ€™s card slots, or from PictBridge compatible cameras attached to the printer.
One other cool feature of the new A626 is its â€˜virtual ink.â€™ With it, the user can personalize his photos by using the provided stylus pen and writing on the touch-sensitive screen.
Yes, itâ€™s a touch screen! You can use it not only to navigate the printerâ€™s menu but also to use its library of over 200 creative elements including clipart graphics, frames and pre-designed album pages to enhance your photos.
The company says the A626 uses the HP 110 Tri-color Inkjet Print Cartridge that contains Vivera inks to produce durable lab-quality photos. The new printer is available for about $178.