Summary: The printer functions okay, although there were some driver issues. The main problem is that it's TOXIC emissions, which I assume is ozone. Keep in mind that I am not oversensitive to this kind of thing, and others has experienced it.
Summary: Overall, a solid little performer. I have 2 of these in my office which are used primarily by single individuals as there personal desk printer. Network setup is easy with the ability to add as a shared office printer (windows setup)
Pros: Easy setup Easy to use price
Cons: scanning from document feeder has a tendency to jam when scanning more than one page
Summary: I deployed one of these at a CPA office for use as a copy machine primarily. If you are making copies of a large stack of papers it isn't particularly fast. 6 months into heavy use the pickup roller on the scanner trey needed to be cleaned. It just isn't designed for heavy and continuous office use.
Pros: Works great for light-medium office use. I have grown to like how HP goes about their "scan to" feature. Everything works right out the box.
Summary: Surprisingly, I bought several M1536DNF's for the company I work for and they all work amazingly. I don't understand what happened here, but the poor design and quality of this unit made it pure hell to use from the moment I bought it to the moment I chucked it.
Pros: It looks pretty nice for the price. It printed really fast when it did print, and the quality was acceptable most of the time. The toner was cheap.
Cons: The scanner was a terror. It took approximately forever to scan anything through the Automatic Document Feeder and it would fail roughly half of the time. Of course, the scanning software would destroy your work and force you to start over. It once took me close to 45 minutes to scan 10 or 15 she...
Summary: This printer does everything I need it to. I don't do a lot of printing by any means. Maybe 30 pages a month, so practically nothing. All I need is a printer/copier that sits quietly in the corner until I need it, and when I need it it needs to work without issues which this printer has succeeded in...
Pros: -Print quality -Speed, including time to print first page coming off of standby. -Ease of use and set up -Ethernet connectivity
Cons: -Web interface doesn't work. Entering the printer's IP into my browser brings up a page directing me to HP's site. -Status light flashes while on standby, may be annoying to some. -Creaky, plasticy feel but that's to be expected for the price. -Display isn't back-lit
Summary: This is a printer that must be connected to a computer via a USB cable with A-B ends or a wired network, yet a USB cable is not included with this printer. (An Ethernet cable is also not included).