Summary: Browsed around for different wireless printers , several people bought this specific one from same seller and had good reviews on it. They were right !! Best value for amount spent. Setup in 5 min and printing wirelessly from all my devices a min later.
This printer did fine - but I had to get a different model.
16 March 2013
Summary: I purchased this printer in summer of 2012. Hookup was easy. Printing was fine. The main complaint I have about it is it will NOT accept a thicker paper; especially the nice colored cardstock paper used for making cards & such. It had a hard time feeding it through and if it did feed through, it only went part way and printed all words jumbled together & smeared.
Summary: Great printer for a college student. Has everything they will need and nothing they don't. Would not recommend for color or heavy printing but for light weekly printing. Worth the price and is perfect for a student or someone who just needs a printer for the occasional print.
Summary: Half the time this thing spits out "alignment" papers which I believe are designed to eat up your ink supply, which is extremely expensive by the way. Anything they can do to make a bazillion dollars. And it's cheap. Plan on spending tons of money on ink.
Summary: I'm a little surprised by the negative reviews. I've had one of these HP 2050 all-in-ones for about 2 years now and it's been perfect. There haven't been any problems with its operation. Everything works fine. It has a number of choices for resolution from 75 dpi all the way up to 1200 dpi and also a number of choices for format of the output file (jpeg, pdf, tiff). I just haven't had problems I've seen in other reviews (paper feed, ink usage, etc.).