Summary: I've had this thing for a few (3?) years now in a small ofice, and it has some issues. -Wireless never worked - at all; I'm no computer dummy, and even my IT guy couldn't get it to work. Well, we're wireless all around it anyway, and we got by hard-wiring it in to my network. -Software does suck.
Good Printer, While it lasted, Worst Software ever made.
Arthur D. Castelli Jr., Amazon
10 May 2008
Summary: Printer had great quality and all the features you could want. The wireless software was awful. So, I usually connected via USB. Bought it when it first came out ( almost $500 then ). It lasted about 18 months, maybe a little longer. Then the black print cartridge slot failed.
Summary: This printer was limited by its poor optics bench from day one. When documents were scanned or copied, they were blurry on the right side and okay on the left side. Customer service told me to clean the surface which I did but the results were the same.
Summary: Ive had this printer for 3 years now and, tonight, im having to re-install the support software for this turd on a new machine. In all honesty the printer isnt so bad. Im not a printer geek so i dont know how it really compares.
Summary: including My business locations, and my residences, I own no less than 6 HP printers including two HP All in Ones (7410 and 2500). I like the functionality of the AIO's -fax print scan and copy - HOWEVER HP's software is very sensitive and subject to constant reloads.
You'll be impressed with this all-in-1 if you have no need for maybe 2/3 of its advertised features
Generic Pen, Amazon
12 August 2006
Summary: Totally agree with Thomas Wikman's assessment. I've spent 2 days now with HP, MS, and ATT trying to get HP to acknowledge the many problems with their over-reaching, under-performing software.
If you need All-in-one to be part of a wireless network read this!
Thomas Wikman, Amazon
1 August 2006
Summary: I have owned this printer for a little more than one year. Some people have had enormous problems with this product and I am one of them. Whether you will have problems or not depends on your network configuration and OS/Service packs.
Summary: Once again HP has a product that is just full of fancy features -- and a software installation process that is about as user friendly as a load of terrorists carrying RPGs. This model was purchased over the 7310 because of it's built-in wireless network feature and the extra paper tray.