Summary: The first rule of commerce is to NOT reward bad behavior. HP treats its customers like garbage in numerous ways, the example at hand being rigging its printers so they do not print unless both cartridges have ink, whether you need that ink or not.
Summary: I won't bore you with all the different ways in which this piece of junk has failed. Completely inconsistent and unreliable. At the moment I would happily toss it through my front window onto the street.
Summary: If you need to print official or gov't documents, this printer probably won't work. It cuts off huge amounts at the top and bottom margin. It amazes me that after decades of making printers, HP can't build a decent inkjet that can print a standard gov't form.
Fine as a USB printer. Horrible as a wireless printer!
S. Williams "mom of 2", Amazon
2 February 2015
Summary: Okay, if you only want a USB printer, this thing is probably fine. But if you want a reliable wireless printer DO NOT buy this. The wifi connection will continually stop working. It just spontaneously says it can't connect to the printer and you have to go through the whole wifi setup process again...
The best I can hope for is that it will sometimes ...
Mark Evan Walker, Amazon
22 January 2015
Summary: I'm not sure what I am doing wrong. I have tried to connect this printer to 3 PC and 1 Mac. The best I can hope for is that it will sometimes connect to a computer. This device is more trouble and frustration than it is worth. What ever happened to plug and play USB devices?
You've managed to suck enough money out me over the years
9 September 2014
Summary: What a piece of junk! Has a mind of its own. Wireless feature stopped working two months after purchase, never to be seen again! Now it prints faded text and reversed colors on photos with old and brand new cartridges. HP, I am done with you!