HP Photosmart eStation C510
Detachable touch screen lets you browse Web, read e-mail, install printer apps; excellent print quality; superior ink longevity for photos; Wi-Fi connectivity; duplex printing
EPrint feature enables wireless printing by e-mail with online job monitor; detachable Zeen tablet.
Prints excellent photos. Detachable touch-screen controller doubles as basic tablet and eReader. HP Web apps and ePrint. Easy setup. Automatic duplexer. Fax.
Large, detachable, touchscreen control panel, Highquality photo and text output.
Excellent quality prints, You can surf the Web while you print (or is that a con?), You can print from across the room if you feel so inclined
Paper-output tray handles only 50 sheets at a time; limited scan, fax options; flash-card slot supports SD only
Android-based tablet can't access Android Marketplace; onscreen menu lacks print progress tools; problematic Zeen prone to touch-screen mistakes, system hang-ups, and browser process errors; lacks proper setup instructions.
No slot for USB key. Card reader limited to SD format.
High purchase price.
You pay a premium for the tablet, which is not really necessary, Large footprint, Can be tricky to set up, given the skimpy instructions, Touchscreen is slow to respond
By T3 Magazine on May 17, 2011
At almost £400, HP’s eStation C510 might seem horrendously expensive for a five-tank multifunction inkjet printer (although it’s currently £189 at Curry’s) but some very interesting features do much to justify the...60
By LaptopMag on March 16, 2011
Even though $299 for a printer is on the pricey side, HP bundles an 7-inch Android tablet with its PhotoSmart eStation C510 for about $120 more than other all-in-ones. You also get HP's convenient ePrint service, Apple AirPrint support, and a iPrint...60
By TechRadar on February 01, 2011
HP has been going all out to add a new twist to the humble desktop printer. Recently it launched e-All-in-One functionality in the Photosmart Premium and Photosmart Plus models, enabling you to set up these printers on a home network and email them...60
By Pocket-lint on January 28, 2011
Though the eStation is an interesting hybrid, we can’t really see this sort of combination of technology taking off and those serious about both should clearly seek solutions...60
By itreviews.com on January 28, 2011
The C510 is an innovative, stylish all-in-one that performs well enough but is ultimately let down by an under-performing Android 2.1 tablet that's not nearly as responsive as we'd have liked. While there may be significant appeal in combining...-
By techcrunch.com on January 12, 2011
Short version: part useful application of new technology, part marketing gimmick, the HP eStation is a solid all-in-one printer that uses a wireless Android-powered touchscreen tablet as its primary interface. The printer is about what you’d...-
By Good Gear Guide on January 12, 2011
The HP Photosmart eStation All-in-One multifunction inkjet printer has great specifications and can produce good quality photos and documents. However, we think that touchscreen tablet interface is far too complicated and full of features for its own...60
By Trusted Reviews on January 09, 2011
HP used to use the slogan ‘HP Invent’ and over the years the company has come out with a number of innovative printing tools including, arguably, the first all-in-ones. In an attempt to repeat the step-change, it first introduced the...60
By PC Pro on January 07, 2011
Fast, high-quality prints and great design, but the gimmicky tablet joins the ranks of Android...67
By Computer Shopper on January 01, 2011
The eStation’s tablet-like control panel gives this highly capable all-in-one a leg up on its competition. Not only is it a fine inkjet, but for home- or small-office users who want to stay Web-connected when away from a PC, its tablet is a big...85