Released April, 2010
The Pros:Touch screen is responsive and easy to use. Response is fast when pushing the trigger, no big delay before shutter release. Very small camera, fits in a pocket easily.
The Cons:Can't charge the battery while it's inside the camera body. Comes with a collection of wires and a separate charger, fairly bulky setup while not in use.
The PW460t is a compact digital camera from HP's 2010 lineup and is an upgrade to the CW450t. The camcorder features a 3" touchscreen LCD display which is larger than the 2.7" display of the CW450t, and utilizes an intuitive user interface which allows navigating through images with the swipe of a finger.
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It offers a 12-megapixel image resolution, 4x optical zoom, and 5x digital zoom. The camera also includes smile and blink detection and has 25 integrated scene modes for optimum results in a variety of shooting conditions. The PW460t has an integrated USB port and includes an SD/SDHC slot for adding up to 32GB of additional storage. Besides the smaller display size, the camera also differs with the PW460t since it operates on a rechargeable Li-Ion battery instead of AA batteries. The camcorder is available in a pink and charcoal grey finish and comes with a 1 year limited warranty.
- 3" LCD Touchscreen Display
- Intuitive User Interface
- 4x optical zoom, 5x digital zoom
- 12.2 Megapixel Resolution
- 25 Scene Modes
- Smile & Blink Detection
- SD/SDHC Slot with up to 32GB capability
- Operates on Lithium Ion Battery
- Pink or Charcoal Grey Finish
- Comes with USB Cable, Wrist Strap
- 1 year limited warranty
User Reviews (1)
touch screen is responsive and easy to use
response is fast when pushing the trigger, no big delay before shutter release
very small camera, fits in a pocket easily
finish is stylish and attractive, resists scratches
pictures come out sharp and with great detail
can't charge the battery while it's inside the camera body
comes with a collection of wires and a separate charger, fairly bulky setup while not in use
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