Large touch screen, Lightweight and portable
Variety of photo sizes, Variety of editing options, Large touch screen, Good connectivity.
This printer is lightweight and features an extra large touchscreen.
Color touchscreen LCD, Versatile paper handling; editing options.
Charming case; responsive touch screen; simple controls via built-in menus
Touch screen with generally well-designed menus. Prints 5-by-7s, 4-by-6s, and panoramas up to 4 by 12 inches.
Color touchscreen LCD; versatile paper handling; editing options.
Surprisingly sharp, vivid print quality for such a petite package. A lobotomized hamster could set this thing up. Reasonably agile touchscreen for purikurastyle doodles. Bluetooth, SD slot cut the cords.
No battery, Single ink cartridge good for 50 prints before replacing
Soso print quality, Slow print speed, High cost per print, No battery option, Glitchridden software
The touchscreen is not always responsive and can be difficult to use.
No battery option, Orangey flesh tones
Inaccurate color when printing from SD-card slot; slow; consumables are expensive; some install glitches in our tests
Speed is acceptable but slow. Messages on the printer LCD and the approach to printing from a computer can be confusing.
No battery option; orangey flesh tones.
No battery, so be on the lookout for outlets "in the field." Prints only on pricey photo paper.
By About.com on November 22, 2010
The HP Photosmart A646 photo printer is a handy, compact printer that is easy to set up to print from Bluetooth. Its large touchscreen makes viewing and printing pictures easy, and it takes advantage of that large touchscreen by offering editing and...80
By ConsumerSearch on November 01, 2010
Reviewers say the chief advantage of the HP Photosmart A646 is its versatility. Unlike most compact photo printers, it can produce not only 4-by-6-inch snapshots but also 4-by-8's, 5-by-7's and 4-by-12 panoramas. It also offers a variety of...-
By TopTenREVIEWS on June 01, 2010
If you are looking to print more than one size with high-quality, the HP Photosmart A646 is worthy of your...75
By PCWorld on January 25, 2010
The wide variety of paper sizes and editing options available on the A646 may make up for a few other shortcomings....60
By Computer Shopper on January 01, 2010
Although the exterior and the case are cleverly designed, this snapshot printer offers no price or performance advantage over the competition....62
By Macworld UK on December 31, 2009
The HP Photosmart A646 compact photo printer offers a few surprising features for its mid-range price. Most snapshot printers take just one size of media, but the A646 accepts three: 4 x 6in (the size of our test photos), 4 x 12in (panoramic), and 5 x...80
By SmartComputing on December 18, 2009
With the proliferation of online and local photomats that make it easy to print your digital photos, buying a photo printer isn’t the no-brainer it used to be. It’s not always about the lowest cost per print anymore, it’s about convenience, control,...-
By PC Mag on December 07, 2009
The HP Photosmart A646 Compact Printer is a worthy successor to the Editors' Choice A636 in many ways, but it falters badly on ease of...70
By Macworld on December 06, 2009
Snapshot printers make for an attractive holiday present. Both Epson’s PictureMate Charm PM 225 and HP’s Photosmart A646 cost roughly the same, but which would better suit your needs? People who read this also read: Recent Digital Photo Posts Video:...-
By Macworld on December 03, 2009
Is the HP Photosmart A646 the snapshot printer for you? Weigh the trade-offs. It falls a little short on flesh tones and ink costs. On the other hand, it lets you print on more sizes of paper than the competition, and it offers lots of fun, on-board...60