Summary: We previously owned this identical printer/scanner/copier, but after a years of rugged home business use, (literally hundreds of printings and photo prints daily), it was running a little tired and we decided to get another printer to get us through tax season.
Summary: As much as I like the MP450, I use it for photo printing mostly, and must say I'm still looking for a printer that represents black better. Comparing photos from an actual lab to the MP450's output, the print doesn't use the black cartridge when printing color, so black is generated by mixing all...
Summary: I got this printer to replace an Epson that just took too dern long to warm up and print a page. It was taking forever....This is not much better. Still a lot of ink charging and jyrating before I get a page. The color seems to be good but not that much more remarkable than the old slow Epson.
Summary: I'm a college student who prints mostly text. Nevertheless, after seeing the convenience of having an All-in-One, I'd recommend investing a little more in a printer with more functions. I purchased this printer after my Epson C84 clogged.
Summary: Bought it for under $100 at Amazon after rebate. Good price for a decent printer. Scans documents well. Good software for OCR and printing utilities. The paper output tray isn't quite long enough but I can deal with it.
Summary: Color shading on prints is somewhat different than what appears on my computer or camera but I have not yet tried playing around with the printer settings, which may improve the situation. Extremely easy to use and set up.
Summary: I used to own a Hewlett Packard 5550. But I couldn't take the fact that the printer speed was superslow, and it was constantly jamming. So I finally took it out to the dumpster and began researching other printers and brands.