Brilliant user interface.
Responsive touch screen.
Excellent print quality.
Scans and prints off a USB flash drive.
Beautiful photo prints.
Dual paper tray.
Color LCD touch screen for all controls.
Lack of an ADF.
Slow duplex printing speeds.
Grainy photo scans.
No CompactFlash card slot.
Side buttons don't respond as well as touchscreen.
Wi-Fi setup can be confusing.
Low paper capacity.
Web features won't work if connected only to a PC by a USB connection.
By Hardware Secrets on December 14, 2010
The good touch screen and streamlined interface make this printer easy to use. The all-black solid design and small footprint will be welcome at both home and office as will the good all-in-one functionality. Additional features like the automatic...-
By Tracy and Matt's Blog on December 06, 2010
The HP Photosmart Premium C309G is a great all-in-one printer. Whilst it's far from the smallest on the market the fact that it can potentially replace a laser printer for text, an inkjet for photos and a scanner/copier means that it's...-
By Macworld UK on August 13, 2010
The HP Photosmart Premium is one of two multifunction devices on test to completely eschew buttons in favour of a touchscreen. The only button on the front panel is the power switch; everything else is managed and operated by a large LCD screen....100
By TechRadar on June 08, 2010
HP pretty much invented desktop colour inkjet printing, launching its first DeskJet 500C model onto the market all the way back in 1991. For most of the time since then, HP has stuck rigidly to its dual black and tri-colour cartridge configuration,...80
By Tech2 on March 18, 2010
The Quick Forms feature is where a lot of the fun lies. Preset forms let you print monthly and weekly calendars, check lists, graph paper, music sheets, Sudoku puzzles, maze puzzles, Tic Tac Toe grids and ruled notepad paper (blue lines with red...90
By HardwareZone.com on February 22, 2010
The HP Photosmart Premium AIO C309 is easily the prettiest printer we've seen in a while. A nicely molded lip connects the lid - decorated with white wave patterns similar to HP's lmprint laptops - with the large touch-screen. Buttons are kept...90
By PrinterComparison on January 15, 2010
After reviewing the Photosmart Plus - which I thought was a decent printer - I wasn’t sure what I’d get from the Photosmart Premium. They look almost identical (minus the larger touch screen) and fall into the same price bracket ($149.99...90
By CNET Asia on November 06, 2009
This HP AIO is a good performer and should satisfy most home/small business users....78
By CNET UK on November 02, 2009
Good all-round performance and a great touchscreen make the HP Photosmart Premium C309g an appealing purchase for both home and small-office users. Its support for wireless networking is excellent and it's easy to set up, while the Windows software...75
By PC Advisor on October 22, 2009
The HP Photosmart Premium All-In-One isn’t as robust as it might be, but the touchscreen is a very nice feature that should be standard on printers before long. Perhaps a number of the extras, such as the Snapfish support, will only be of genuine...70