Excerpt: Price: approx. US$40 from Amazon.co.uk Functions: Printing, scanning, copying The HP Deskjet F2280 is a great little budget inkjet unit featuring the basics: printing, scanning and copying. Unfortunately, using the printing function is becoming increasingly expensive: cartridges for the F2280 are reaching about US$17 - some reports say that it costs about …
Summary: With a bit of a hiccup when I was sent one that didn't work, then a bit of a delay before that was replaced, I was a bit anxious, but in the end I got a fully working HP Deskjet F2280 AIO Printer. It doesn't have all your flashy mod cons, but it is very dependable and works. It scans, it copies, and of course, it prints. It is less sensitive to refilled cartridges than newer HP Printers, but I'd still advise new cartridges for best results.
Summary: That sums it up, easy to install, you get on screen menus and prompts, use must disable the diagnostic search though as it slows your start up by minutes, there is a guide on the reviews to how to do this.
Summary: My previous HP All-In-One stopped working after 3 years or more faithful service. I had just bought several cartridges for it and found this printer, although superseded by other models, used the same cartridges. I was fortunate to find this printer and hope it will last as long as my previous one. It fits nicely on a shelf above my desk and the transition from my previous printer was totally painless.
Summary: This HP printer which I had nearly 2 years ago works fine, prints a bit slowly but I dont have much to print its only for my house need but i still love this product which has Photocopy and scanner overall a decent product from HP.
Fine ...until cartridges needed changing, then never the same again
David Field "Fieldsy's", Amazon
15 January 2011
Summary: This product was fine for 1st year. I then needed to change cartridges. From then on it has never been satisfactory, always claiming something not right (not enough ink, cartridges not aligned, then ok, then not ok etc etc). You get what youi pay for and this product, in spite of being looked after, became unable to do basic tasks after a year .. funny that?!