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HP 100sheet Everyday Photo Paper 4x6

by HP
1 out of 5 stars 1 customer review

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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 1.8 x 16.5 x 10.2 cm ; 18 g
  • Shipping Weight: 227 g
  • Item model number: Q5440A
  • ASIN: B0000CNT02
  • Date first available at Amazon.ca: Sept. 15 2008
  • Average Customer Review: 1.0 out of 5 stars 1 customer review
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #40,031 in Office Products (See Top 100 in Office Products)
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Amazon.ca Product Description

HP Everyday Photo Paper - Paper - semi-gloss photo paper - 4 in x 6 in - 100 pcs.

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HP's everyday photo paper is designed for everyday photos, reprints, test prints and other medium-quality applications. Compatible with all inkjet printers, this photo paper has a semi-gloss finish on both sides, providing both increased thickness and a shinier printing surface than plain paper. The 4-by-6.5-inch precut sheets have extended tabs for handling, so you don't smudge the ink, and are 6.5 ml thick, so printing doesn't bleed through. The stick-resistant, textured coating accepts photo printing modes, resulting in rich colors perfect for home or school uses. The everyday photo paper also has a brightness rating of 89, 98% opacity, and less than 20 HU of smoothness. 100 sheets of 165 g/m2 weight photo paper are provided in each package, and HP provides a 90-day manufacturer's warranty.

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Not very good paper. Really thin. Not so sure it should be sold as photo paper.
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Amazon.com: HASH(0xa5dedb28) out of 5 stars 61 reviews
10 of 10 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa5c6c318) out of 5 stars Great for scrapbooks Dec 7 2006
By Rachel Lovinger - Published on Amazon.com
I like this paper because it's really thin and it prints well in my little HP printer. Perfect for printing out things for my scrapbook. Also, I like the fact that it's not completely glossy. The main drawback is that it doesn't dry very fast, so I usually have to let the prints sit for a while - sometimes overnight. The kind I've used before isn't coated on both sides, so they may have changed it slightly.
9 of 9 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa5c6c720) out of 5 stars What counts is how the picture looks March 14 2011
By Sonoma Geezer - Published on Amazon.com
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I can't understand all the negative reviews. This is a very good paper. Sure, it's light weight, but they tell you that in the product description (6.5 mils). You can still tack them up on a bulletin board or paste them into an album, just as you would with a heavier-weight paper. The paper doesn't seem to want to curl, so handling is not a problem.

What counts most, at least for me, is the quality of the image, and the images look very nice. I did a comparison print with the Everyday Photo Paper, HP Advanced Photo Paper, and HP Premium Plus Photo Paper using the same image file on an HP Photosmart D7560 printer. You can see a difference in the contrast if you look closely, but it is quite small, and you might get the same difference with any semi-gloss paper versus full glossy. The color is the same. Give a person a print on the Everyday paper without something to compare it to and they will just think it is a terrific print. Perhaps some of the other reviewers were using non-HP printers or non-HP inks.

One strange thing -- the paper is labeled 4 by 6 inches but actually measures 4 by 6 1/2 inches and there is no break-away tab. They say it is for "handling." Not a problem, just an oddity.

I intend to use this paper for most of my prints from now on because it costs about half of what the other papers go for.
12 of 14 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa5c6cb58) out of 5 stars Works with HP only Nov. 11 2006
By MommaBee83 - Published on Amazon.com
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To the above peoples comments, it doesn't work with Canon or Epson because it's designed to work with HP printers. If you have a Canon buy Canon photo paper. If you have an HP, it's really not that bad of paper at all. I've gotten some really nice use out of the paper with my HP printer.
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa5c6cb70) out of 5 stars Weird feature... Dec 13 2012
By Artemis - Published on Amazon.com
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First of all, I have an HP printer so the paper works just dandy. The WEIRD thing, that I guess I should have noticed before ordering, and which is right there in microscopic print at the bottom of the package, is that it's just a little bit longer than 4x6. Consequently, there's a fingerhold (?) on one side after printing that's a little less than 1/2 wide. Now, if I wanted a border, I'd set my printer to create borders. If I want borderless, I really don't want to fool around with a white tab that needs to be cut off.

I can live with it, but I'll order something else next time.
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa5c6cb94) out of 5 stars Does work with my Canon May 18 2010
By Min - Published on Amazon.com
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This paper works well for my needs, I am printing wallet-size photos for buttons and magnets, so it has to be thin. I have a Canon ip90, and the paper works just fine if the settings are "high quality." However, my friend has a different Canon printer, and the colors do not print right.

The bottom line: this is a thinner photo paper (6.5 mil), and you have to be willing to try it on your own printer, knowing that it may or may not turn out the way you expect. That's too bad for some people, but I'm happy with it.