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The HP Photosmart Premium C309g is a high-end MFD that delivers superior photo printing. It has four individual color cartridges and an additional standard black cartridge with higher ink capacity. The device sports a boxy design with rounded corners for a touch of elegance. It’s all black with a matte finish, except for the scanner lid, which is glossy. Its most striking feature is a 3.45-inch tilt LCD touch screen with a backlit control panel. The feed tray, with a capacity of 125 sheets, is located in the front, and there’s an additional photo tray for 4x6-inch sheets as well.

The C309g supports photo printing directly from digital cameras, memory cards and USB drives. There are two card slots (SD/xD and Memory Stick Duo) and a USB port. The device connects to the PC via USB, but you can also print wirelessly via Wi-Fi and Bluetooth. A very useful feature is its built-in duplexer, letting you save paper by printing on both sides without having to flip sheets manually.


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