This is one nifty little printer. It is in the portable class, but unlike most in this class it prints up too 5x7s. Unlike most HPs it is a rear feed, the rear feed hold 20 11.5mil sheets. This is the top of the line model in the series, there are also the A616 and A516. The A716 has a 4gb HDD that you can transfer all your images to from your card. You can do in printer editing like cropping, lightening, and adding frames, text, or clip art. This feature is ok, it is slow but it does work, kind of hard to see on that little screen too. When you modify images it does not over write them but creates a copy with the word "edit" in the file name. It has video out to connect to a TV(has a sideshow function too), and comes with an IR remote that allows you to do everything except turn it off and on. It spits out border less 4x6s in less than a minute. I haven't timed a 5x7 yet, probably test that this weekend when I start testing papers.
there is an optional rechargeable battery that HP claims will last ofr 75 prints, I havent gotten ahold of one of these yet. You can also directley connect your Pictbridge enable camera via USB to this printer. Your onboard printing options are 1up, 2up, 4up, and index, and the printer auto senses what size paper is in it. I have used everything but index and am quite pleased with it. There is also an optional Bluetooth connector. Ink Cartridges are around $20 and contain 5ml of their new tri-color Vivera inks. Prints are almost completely dry and very very water resistant when they come out, HP claimes this and I have to agree, because I tested it.
MSRP is $250 street is $200, I got mine on a Christmas sale from Office Depot marked down to $150 with a $20 mail in rebate and free carrying case. Well, they were out of the carrying case so I went down to Staples to buy it for $35. Any Questions feel free to ask.