HP Photosmart R837 Review

Posted: Apr 3 2007, 2:58am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 1:23am CDT, in News | Technology News

 
HP Photosmart R837 Review
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The PhotographyBlog reviews the HP Photosmart R837.

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“The HP Photosmart R837 immediately recalls Sony’s Cyber-shot T series, with an attractive metallic silver finish and sliding lens barrier that both acts as a means of powering up or down the camera. HP is marketing the R837 as a kind of photo lab in the box, with the ability to correct red-eye and, something of a first, remove skin blemishes at the touch of a button. Pet-eye fix corrects the ‘bleached eye’ effect that invariably occurs when you point the flash at your furry friend. The HP R837 also offers a 7.2 megapixel sensor, 3x zoom lens and 3 inch LCD screen. Gavin Stoker takes it for a test drive in our latest review.”
Read the full review of the HP R837 on the PhotographyBlog. Compare Prices Now.

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