Summary: I'm surprised these are still sold - I bought this about 3 or 4 years ago and the printer worked well for about one year before it all went to crap. The printer jams very easily and my fiance, who works in IT and has the lovely task of fixing printers at work, wasn't able to repair this.
Summary: We got this printer free with an Apple laptop. It works okay, for a free printer, but here are some things that are inspiring me to want to pay $200 for a new printer: 1) Weeks before it actually runs out of ink, a pop-up box starts appearing every time I print reminding me to buy ink and replace...
Summary: I purchased a very similar if not exact HP all in one printer, just like this one, many years ago. It attract me that it had the scanner, copier and printer all in one and it was very inexpensive compare to its competition. Well, while the product worked okay, it was just WAY too slow.
Shipping this without a cable is like shipping without a power cord.
Eli B. Perlman, Amazon
4 July 2010
Summary: Printer comes without a way to plut it into the computer. This is no different than shipping it without a power cord. Makes no sense and does not provide a good customer exprience. I am surprised at HP for such a cheap manuver.
Summary: I bought these two printers because of their price ($31 each), one I hooked up to my laptop and it worked perfectly, the other I was going to give to my mother for use as a stand alone copier (without a computer), as soonas I hooked it up at my parents house, it began to chew up paper like a hungry...
Summary: As someone with impaired vision, I bought this printer for traveling to be used on an occasional basis with the primary aim of enlarging items such as crossword puzzles and other smaller print documents.
Summary: I purchased this item to replace a previous HP printer I had. I bought a HP printer to go with my HP computer thinking that it would be easy to set-up. I was right. Here are the good things. The scan feature is nice and it is easy to set-up.