Summary: I got it for free with the purchase of a computer once. It wasn't even worth the trip in my car. It prints ok. It scans well enough. It's slower than a turtle crawling through molasses. But the real reason I hate this thing is because the freakin ink is so expensive.
Summary: It never works well Scanner: Scanner never gets the whole document, even after I try fiddling with it. Not worth the effort in the end, as you still won't get it to fit right Ink: This printer has the worst ink consumption I ever experienced. It drinks up ink, for normal everyday quality prints.
Summary: After getting burned by HP with my purchase of a very expensive, $500, All-in-One HP printer, which crashed and burned a few weeks after the warranty expired, I bought this thing. It Never worked as a scanner, and within minutes of the warrant expiration; it died.
Summary: The power button broke the first time I used this printer and, for the life of me, I can't get it to print more than one page at a time without it thinking it's out of paper. To do that, even, I have to hand-feed it each sheet. It's like technology has moved backwards.
Summary: This printer jammed LITERALLY every time I used it. I print very sparingly, but it wasn't long before the ink seemed to run dry. I found I could get this lousy printer to actually use the ink if I set it to photo quality. I've had to use it on photo quality for every print.
Summary: I have owned a number of printers, mostly HP models. This is the only one I have ever regretted buying. It is without a doubt the worst printer I have ever owned. The paper jams are constant making it virtually impossible to print output with.
Summary: This is a terrible printer. I own two. Both stopped working. One just one month after buying it, and the other lasted a little longer, about four months. Ink is expensive. I bought mine at the UCI bookstore for $40 each so no big loss, but at $140 - don't go there. It's a rip off.