but low and behold i tried using it with my home PC and laptop and the problem was duplicated easily. There is something serious
17 March 2015
Summary: My dad purchased 2 of these for a couple of PCs at work at $70 a piece for basic printing (Yikes!) thinking the price would have ment higher quality. Not only was this far from the truth, these printers have been nothing short of a constant and daily headache.
Summary: Every time I print something, it just stalls in a print queue. Then when I reboot the computer, it (usually) prints everything in the queue. About half the time, I have to unplug the printer and replug it in first.
Summary: This printer is pure junk! This time I have to agree that you get what you pay for. How much are days without headaches worth? Skip this one and get a more expensive model or a different brand. I Have an HP computer and this Hp printer never worked like it should have.
Summary: Believe it or not, I am really impressed with this item and I never thought that I would use it as often as I do. It is great for when you need a quick few copies. I've noticed that I am oftentimes in need of just three or four copies, instead of a dozen or more.
Summary: Bought this purely because of it's size, if my daughter had more space in her student accommodation I would have chosen a three in one printer. I have owned different HP printers still do, but this one is absolutely wrong.
Summary: It's loud, it sometimes won't print unless you restart your computer, and mine started printing wavy lines after about 6 months of occasional use. It's a printer. Don't expect it to be anything else.
Summary: The quality of this printer is so bad it is almost useless. Some documents take over 5 minutes from clicking the "print" button to the beginning of printing. It is frequently necessary to restart my computer to straighten out the messes this printer creates.
Summary: I've owned this printer for 1.5 years. The actual hardware of the printer is not that great. The paper feed either jams or doesn't feed the paper around 1/2 to 2/3 of the time. So, at least half the time I try to print something, I have to get up and go fix the printer.