Reviews and Problems with HP Officejet 9110/9120/9130
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Too many problems
C.S. Haviland "CSHaviland.com", Amazon
19 August 2011
Summary: While other reviewers are very detailed, I'm going to get right down to my personal experience with this printer, which I bought in 2005. I used it on my Mac computers. It worked well for a couple of years, however, the ink jets and the ink cartridges are separate. That's four ink jets and four ink cartridges. Now, when ink runs out, of course you have to replace a cartridge.
Summary: I owned this all in one and used it several years at my restaurant. We used all it's functions and they performed well. The work horse part of this review is we printed color menus on thick paper stock. It's not easy to find a printer that will pick up and print thick paper. We "lucked out" on this one after trying several others. It did a great job for years and we printed thousands of menus. The rollers finally gave out from heavy use so I bought another one.
Summary: Hi All, I'd like to share my experience with the HP OfficeJet 9130 AIO Printer, it has many many features that the average home user would just be overwhelmed with, however HP never intended to market this printer towards home users, it is more for small to medium sized business and i can honestly say it is a great business tool.
Summary: For a multi-machine this thing seems cheaply constructed appearing to have that cheesy plastic, flimsy build. I made a BIG mistake moving from an HP Scanjet 8250 to the 9110. I crank up all the scan settings to scan NCR order forms, and all this does is produce a 400MB file that looks pixelated, light, and crappy. The scanjet 8250, using the same settings produces a beautiful copy at a reasonable file size.