The HP Photosmart 7510 e-All-in-One inkjet printer sits at the higher end of the series, and offers extra features and faster speeds that may make it worth the increase in price for some buyers. Print speeds are quite fast, at up to 13.5 pages per minute in black and 9 pages per minute in color (ISO-rated). Even a 10x15 photo can print in as little as 16 seconds. HP 7510 printer ink uses the same design as other models to keep costs low.
The device can print, copy, and scan, with an eFax function as well for sending and receiving faxes over the internet. The monthly duty cycle is 1,250 pages, so it can handle a little more volume than some its predecessors.
One of the main improvements over models in the 5510 and 6510 series is the inclusion of an automatic document feeder. Though it can only hold 25 sheets, it makes for faster scanning and copying of multi-page documents. The input paper capacity is also improved from 80 to 125 pages. These two improvements alone may justify the higher price tag for some buyers.
In their review of the 7510, CNET praised its cloud printing features, which allow printing from almost any device or location over the internet, and the ability to add apps to the touchscreen control panel. They disliked the lack of a wired ethernet port and found the touchscreen to respond inaccurately at times.
The Photosmart 7510 ink cartridges come in an array of 5 colors: the standard CMYK configuration and an additional "photo black" printer ink. Although this means sharper blacks in photos, it means users will be spending a bit more to replace HP 7510 ink cartridges overall. Luckily, compatible Photosmart 7510 ink is available at reduced prices and in high capacities.
For buyers who want a multifunction inkjet with more business-centric features like an ADF, but don't want to give up great photo quality, the HP 7510 is a good compromise. It justifies its slightly higher price with solid upgrade over previous models, and HP 7510 ink prices are generally affordable.
HP Photosmart 7510 Instructional Video
A how-to video demonstrating the replacement of an HP Photosmart 7510 ink cartridge.
HP Photosmart 7510 Instructional Video Transcript
The Photosmart 7510 includes the printing, scanning and copying of other models in its series, but adds faxing and an automatic document feeder as well. It is rated for ISO speeds of up to 13.5 pages per minute, it is compatible with both Windows and Mac computers, and it includes wireless networking support.
Make sure the 7510 is turned on, then raise the top lid to access the cartridges. Notice that the carriage will move to the center automatically after a short time.
Each of the Photosmart 7510 ink cartridges is marked with a color and a letter. Find the cartridge you need to replace and press backward on the small handle at its front. This will release the cartridge so that you can lift it up and out of the opening.
Prepare the replacement HP 7510 cartridge by taking it out of its box and carefully removing the plastic bag as well. Grasp and pull the yellow tape firmly to remove it, then remove the plastic protector by prying the cartridge’s small handle away from it.
Insert the 7510 cartridge into the opening in the printer, with the front of it tilted down. Rotate it and press down on the cartridge until you feel it click, then you can lower the top lid back into place.
You are now ready to resume printing with your HP Photosmart 7510 printer.
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