Get premium-quality photo printing from anywhere with an HP e-All-in-One wireless AirPrint-enabled printer. Print and share wirelessly from your iPhone or iPad, scan to email and more with a smart-connected printer.
View and edit your photos on the gesture-enabled TouchSmart 10.99 cm touch screen. Conserve resources with automatic two-sided printing and affordable individual inks.
Quick copies, scanning and faxes are a breeze with the automatic document feeder, to you can load multiple pages into the Photosmart at once and be sure that your documents will be faxed or emailed clearly and promptly.
- TouchSmart Display with 10.9 cm (4.33 in.) gesture-enabled touchscreen
- Photo editing and lab-quality printing
- Wireless connectivity and HP Wireless Direct
- Affordable individual inks
- Hardware fax
- HP ePrint and Apple AirPrint to wirelessly print from your iPhone or iPad
- Scan to email and scan to features
- Separate automatic photo paper tray
- Automatic two-sided printing (duplex)
- Automatic document feeder
Did you notice?This printer can automatically handle double-sided prints so you can save paper.
Apple Recommends ForThe home office user who wants to handle everything from quick document copies to multiple page scanning and fax.
What's in the Box?
- HP Photosmart 7520 e-All-in-One Wireless Printer
- Software CD
- Reference guide
- Power supply
- Power cord
- Phone cord
- Two-sided printing accessory
- HP 364 black ink cartridge
- HP 364 cyan, magenta, yellow ink cartridge
- HP 364 photo ink cartridge
- Display Size: 10.9 cm/4.33 in.
- Connections: AirPrint , USB 2.0, Wireless
- Memory Cards: Memory Stick Duo, MultiMedia Card (Ver4.1), SD Memory Card
- Other Functions: Copy, Fax, Scanner
- Height: 220 mm/8.68 in.
- Width: 454 mm/17.87 in.
- Depth: 455 mm/17.91 in.
- Weight: 8610 g
- Black print speed: Up to 14 ppm
- Black resolution: 600 x 600 dpi
- Color print speed: Up to 10 ppm
- Color resolution: 9600 x 2400 dpi
- Trays: 2
- Max Paper Size: A4 (210 x 297 mm)
- Min Paper Size: 80 x 130 mm
- Other Paper Handling Features: Automatic Document Feeder, Duplex Printing
- Other Printer Features: Borderless Printing, Transparencies
- Printer Ink Tanks: 5 (1 each black, cyan, magenta, yellow, photo)
- Printer Technology: Inkjet
- Scanner resolution: 1200 x 2400 dpi
- OS X 10.6 or later
- Intel Core
- 1 GB free space
- 256 MB
- CD-ROM/DVD drive or Internet connection
- Windows 7, Windows Vista, Windows XP (SP2)
- AMD or Intel
- 2 GB free space
- 128 MB
- CD-ROM/DVD drive or Internet connection
- Mfr. Part Number: CZ045A#B1H
- UPC or EAN No.: 886112825287
Non-Apple Branded products / Third Party Products
- Note: Apple's One Year Limited Warranty does not apply to products that are not Apple-branded, even if packaged or sold with Apple products. Non-Apple branded products may have the benefit of a manufacturer's warranty provided by the product manufacturer - Please see your product box and literature for details. Rights under the product manufacturer's warranty are in addition, and not instead of, any rights that you have under consumer protection laws.
Ratings & Reviews
Excellent wireless performance with Apple products and more!
After so much research on wireless printer performance with Apple products, I took a chance on the HP 7520. If you read enough us After so much research on wireless printer performance with Apple products, I took a chance on the HP 7520. If you read enough user reviews you will not want to try any.
I did not install the HP software on my MacBook Air, but instead set it up on the wireless network as a stand alone device. It has worked flawlessly with this laptop, 2 iPads, an iPhone 5 and also an Android phone. I have used it for multiple full color 4X6 and 8 1/2X11 photos and documents and have scanned directly to the iPads and both phones using the HP apps. I love the effortless double sided printing, and also keeping both paper sizes loaded at the same time, and not having to choose which to use. My biggest concern was having complications with my Apple laptop, but so far all features have worked so easily while maintaining print/scan quality. I have been using this printer 100% wirelessly and loving it! …
- Written by William F from Sandwich
463 of 487 people found this useful
When this printer worked, it was great, but it kept losing connection with my computer (all HP printers I have used have this prob When this printer worked, it was great, but it kept losing connection with my computer (all HP printers I have used have this problem), an iMac. On my previous HP, I could unplug and replug the USB cable, but that does not work wirelessly. (Why this printer cannot use WiFi with the USB cable plugged in I cannot guess.)
The printer does not really have a traditional fax capability. It uses some efax service which is claimed to be free for some number of pages, but the service demands a credit card and wants to charge a monthly fee, more expensive than buying a separate fax machine.
As with many HP all-in-one printers, if you scan, it forgets how to print; if you print, if forgets how to scan. …
- Written by Richard A B from San Francisco
360 of 421 people found this useful
Works with Mountain Lion, but front touch panel has limited functionality
This printer works fine with Apple's built in drivers (for printing and scanning). Quality, speed, etc all seem good.
Be aware This printer works fine with Apple's built in drivers (for printing and scanning). Quality, speed, etc all seem good.
Be aware, though -- the nifty touch screen on the printer itself has only limited functionality when used with a Mac. You can use it to set up various printer settings, but several of the one-touch buttons (in particular, "scan") does not work. (i.e. if you place a document on the scanner and hit "scan", the printer returns the error, "no computer found."). HP confirms this is a limitation of the printer when using with Macs. Initiating a scan from Image Capture or other scanning application on the Mac works fine. …
- Written by R Glenn H from CHICAGO
273 of 303 people found this useful
Great single-use printer!
I agree, initial set -up was a breeze and it prints quickly. But once it goes to sleep, it enters hibernation mode and the Power I agree, initial set -up was a breeze and it prints quickly. But once it goes to sleep, it enters hibernation mode and the Power button is somehow converted to a miniature nightlight that cannot be turned off. your only choice is to unplug and re-plug to get it to wake up and be discoverable by both Mac and PC. My iPhone and iPad seem to have better success at waking it up...but I've only had it for three weeks. I like the name assigned to it by another user .... Sleeping Beauty. I haven't given up on it yet.... …
- Written by Grant P from Greenwood Village
1 of 1 people found this useful
AVOID like the plague !
I bought this printer through Apple when I bought my new MacBook Pro with Mavericks because I couldn't get a printer driver for my I bought this printer through Apple when I bought my new MacBook Pro with Mavericks because I couldn't get a printer driver for my new laptop to work with my old Canon Pixma. I thought since Apple promoted it, it would be a good product. Not so! My main complaint is it's an ink hog ! I've been doing end-of-year printing of records and tax returns (for 2 old people on Social Security), and I'm not able to get more than 20 sheets from the XL black ink cartridge. I've been through 3 cartridges already and it's just the first of February. It also doesn't use all the ink in the cartridge, so the yield is very small. I'd recommend buying a new and better Epson or Canon printer and stay away from the HP's unless you have lots of money and paper to waste ! …
- Written by JENNETT C P from PELHAM
7 of 7 people found this useful
This wireless printer (why no ethernet port) is junk. It can't keep a connection with my Mac which is less than 4 feet from the de This wireless printer (why no ethernet port) is junk. It can't keep a connection with my Mac which is less than 4 feet from the device. The screen is covered in ads. The only way that I can consistently re-pair the printer to the Mac is to turn off the printer, reconnect, print my doc and then the printer gets "lost" again. Until HP fixes this problem (which looks like has been an issue for months), STAY AWAY. Yes, it is updated to the most recent firmware. Yes, I've read the FAQs. And, yes, the thing doesn't work. …
- Written by PAUL S from Coto De Caza
6 of 6 people found this useful
Questions & Answers
Answers from the community
will this print wirelessly without an ethernet cable useing wifi detection
- Asked by William C from Walnut Creek
yes it prints via your wireless network and also uses AirPrint from apple.
- Answered by David F
I have a HP Officejet 4500 printer. Can I print from my ipad?
- Asked by Christie S from East Amherst
Yes you can. Go to Apps and look for ( HPePrint) . It works for my HP C4580.
- Answered by Mary D from Goodyear
Can I scan documents on to a USB Flash drive on this printer
- Asked by S C
Yes, the 7520 will save the scan to a USB drive or flash card connected to the printer, a computer o Yes, the 7520 will save the scan to a USB drive or flash card connected to the printer, a computer on the same WiFi network or will send an attachment to any e-mail account. Saving the scan to a computer can be initiated from the printer or the computer. There is also a free app for iOS & Android which will have the printer save a scan to the mobile device as long as the printer and mobile device are on the same WiFi network.
Cheers ! …
- Answered by Mark L from San Diego