Not terrible, but go elsewhere if you can afford to.
Tricia M, Amazon
26 January 2013
Summary: This printer is very easy to set up, the wireless function is great and I have had no problems with that, and the print quality level is what I expected of it. HOWEVER, every single time I queue a print job that is longer than 5 pages, it just stops at the next-to-last page.
Summary: First this is not meant to be a volume printer. Its an ink pig as most cheap printers are, and it prints slow when compared to higher end printers in the epson, canon, and hp line. It does the job, doesnt jam. Works well with Mac and Pc.
Summary: It prints best in Text/Graphic mode because it uses black ink in that mode and it does not use black ink in Photo mode. It sucks because the wireless idea is too complex to use and just a pain, and the worst part is when u put more than 1 sheet of photo paper in the back tray, the stupid printer...
Summary: It worked well for 2.5 years with little use (usually a page or two a week) and then it quit printing in black. I installed a new cartridge but when that didn't work I searched online and found that it was a common problem that the black gets clogged.
Summary: It's hard to find a good budget printer without some flaws. Unfortunately this is no exception. I've had this printer for about 2 years so I thought it was time to give it a proper review. This is my second one actually. The first one randomly died from some error message and needed a replacement.
Summary: Ordered this printer right around Black Friday of this year so the printer is just around a month old. The fact that it's wireless is great since it helps de-clutter my desk of all these other wires. That's a plus.
Summary: I am having trouble with the printer turning itself completely off after entering my wifi password. I'm setting it up using the touch screen since I don't have the correct size USB cable and twice now the printer screen went dark and will not wake up. Even the power button is dark.