Summary: Let me start this by saying I rarely write reviews. I am a frequent amazon shopper and a big part of that is being able to read reviews about the products before I buy them. I have had this printer for years and have had just about enough.
Summary: Have bought many HP printers and find them highly reliable. Chose this model so I could print from IPhone or Ipad. appreciate the wireless ability. Colored imaged come out looking nice and printing is quick.
Summary: This product works great for me. It does give you a little bit of issue when it comes to the wireless part but once you've figured it out, its easy breezy. The printer actually reads HP Deskjet 3050 J610 and not HP Deskjet 3054 when connected.
Summary: We use the printer daily. Pros: I use it with a Mac Book and a IMAC with no problems. We also use it with a Dell laptop. We have owned it for over 2 years and have had no problems. Cons: It sucks up the ink and the cartridges are expensive. We spend over $50 a month on ink.
Summary: What you save in price, you'll pay tenfold in ink. Goes through ink quickly. Also, I have to print everything twice because the first time it does not print correctly - looks like its running out of ink, but ink is full.
Summary: I was wondering if this little gem would live up to my previous experiences with HP printers, and I was not disappointed: As with all their inkjets, it's a complete waste of time, energy, and raw materials.
Summary: Mine worked well at first. Wireless works ok. However, it forces you to align every time it is turned off, every time you replace a cartridge, every time you even open the cartridge door. Mine is now aligning about every 10 copies--even in the middle of printing a larger project!!!
Summary: This is the biggest piece of junk I have ever owned. The "wireless printing" works with my mac, but more than half the time to get it to work I have to shut down the printer and restart it. Scanning constantly times out or freezes and is a pain.
Summary: This printer, when not used hard wired w ith a direct USB connection is literally the worst printer I've ever dealt with. It is not worth the time or expense and will cause a headache rather than a seamless Airprint/wireless printing experience.