Summary: It is a good All-in-one printer. Printing quality is good. Many useful features for daily small office work. However I would say that HP should add wireless option for this printer. Also use this machine as a scanner lacks some flexibility.
Beware of HP Printers - No Support for Main Stream OSes
Bueno Head, Amazon
13 January 2009
Summary: Purchased laserjet 3055 printer December 2007. Box said it was Vista ready. Purchased a new Dell laptop with Vista Home Premium 64 bit one year later. HP does not provide software compatible with Vista 64 bit to scan and fax.
Summary: If the product includes PLC5e software the install CD will hang on the Windows XP operating system. An attempt to use the CHAT facility of the HP Support website will result in a reply that "this product is no longer supported".
Summary: I brought in the Geek Squad to make sure it was all set up correctly and this machine has worked wonderfully for over a year. I love it and we are buying one for our office for four people to use.
Summary: HP software has more in common with a virus than an application. Once installed, some functions are permanent and cannot be removed unless manually taken out of the registry. My 3055 disk installed Toolbox which years later I STILL haven't figured out how to remove.
Summary: I've been using my 3055 for five months, with flawless mechanical performance and print quality. Sheet feeding (even those little avery labels for tab binders) fed the first time and looked great. It's very quite except when the scanner is on (this has been reported elsewhere).
Summary: Having used this printer for 2.5 years now, I know the good and bad qualities of this product. Starting with the ADR, it usually does fine feeding 2-3 pages of paper though rarely with more paper it would get jammed.
Summary: I wanted a decent all-in-one laser printer for my everyday printing needs and occasionally heavy duty printing. So far this HP has not let me down. And it also works great as a network printer.