Reviews and Problems with HP LaserJet Pro 200 M276nw
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Another hassle with an HP product.
Ray L., Amazon
17 September 2014
Summary: Found this review from back in February 2013 This installation program does not work. At 80% complete, it returns an red circled X and the work ERROR. Following that it instructs you to restart your computer, and reinstall the installation program.
Summary: Just another piece of junk from HP. Stopped working all together after one year. I cant scan nor print. After FIVE HOURS trying to get this thing to work, I give up. Tried uninstalling and reinstalling, no help. HP has a few links to customer support...they go to pages that do not exist.
Excerpt: After 5 calls to HP technical help desk located in India and 5 different answers over a 4 week period I returned it to Office Depot. They exchanged it for the same model with no problem. After 2 days I started having the same problem and called HP help desk again.
Cons: Quality, Performance, Slow, need to remove from market.
Excerpt: Purchased ($399.99) and installed this printer in late Dec. 2013. Installed on newer desktop computer running Windows 7 Pro. From the beginning the software would not load correctly or recognize the printer. Had to reinstall 3 times before it started to work. It worked fine for about 3 weeks.
Cons: Difficult to Set Up, Quality, Performance, Difficult to Use, buggy software, internal power supply
Summary: I received the printer and set it up within minutes. The device has everything you would want in an MFP for personal or home office use. The unit is also pretty quiet and the toner cartridges are easy to install. I like the product allot and would recommend to anyone.
Summary: After installing this printer, whenever I print, I get the blue screen of death on my Lenovo T430 laptop. This was so disappointing. I use this for a work printer and it is not functional at all.
Summary: I bought this a way to save money on printing as my inkjet was just gobbing up cartridges rather quickly. The printer performs well and does everything it say it can do with no problems at all. However, the paper tray is poorly designed.