Print quality like HP1120C

I have a HP1120C ink jet printer at work that does a superb job of printing digital photos, especially with photo-quality paper.  I'd like to own one for home, but don't need the ability to print 11" X 14" like the 1120C does.  Which HP printer does as well with standard 8.5" X 11" (or 8.5" X 14") sizes?  I'm not that interested in speed for home use, just want the quality of the 1120C.
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DJ710C gives pretty near photo quality on plain paper and photo quality on photo paper and it's fairly cheap.


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scwhiteAuthor Commented:
Is the DJ710C's photo output as good as the 1120C?  What's the difference between the 710C and the 712C?  I don't mind paying a little more for the same quality as the 1120C.  andrewbrazier, don't be offended, but what makes you qualified to recommend one HP printer over another?
As a HP repair technician and user of HP printers I would have to agree with andrebrazier that the DJ710 would give the best quailty for photo printing.
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