Good 3D object scanning results.
Web-connected features (ePrint, print apps).
Sharp text quality.
3D scanning has its uses.
Can send multiple scanned objects to separate graphics files.
Automatically removes background from scans.
Surprising graphics print quality for a laser.
Slow color printing speed.
Poor document scanning.
Touchscreen is a bit unresponsive at times.
3D scans often are too ‘zoomed in’.
Limited focus range for scanned objects.
Higher-than-average print costs.
50-page-capacity paper-out bin.
No automated duplex printing.
Although the scanner handles 3D objects unusually well (for a scanner).
It's usability for traditional scanning is limited.
By CNET Australia on July 17, 2012
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By PC Advisor on May 09, 2012
HP is an endlessly experimental company, and the M275 will certainly prove an interesting prospect for the curious. However, we suspect the 3D feature will remain a short-term fad for many users – with eBay sellers perhaps being an exception. Take...70
By Here's How on May 07, 2012
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By The Lobe and Mail on March 30, 2012
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By hardwarezone.com.sg on March 19, 2012
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By TechRadar on March 15, 2012
For all its innovation, the HP TopShot LaserJet Pro M275 is ultimately a niche product. If you only rarely scan or photocopy flat pages, but regularly take photos of small items for uploading to eBay or emailing to friends and professional contacts, its...60
By Tbreak.com on March 10, 2012
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By Geek.com on February 24, 2012
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By Computer Shopper on February 01, 2012
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By PrinterComparison on January 25, 2012
The TopShot LaserJet Pro M275 is a really interesting MFP and I can't say that too often when it comes to printers, believe me. The 3D scanning angle is new to me and I thought HP did a good job with it, even without being able to capture all sides...60