Summary: My old LaserJet was a workhorse of the first order. It lasted for 10 years and was still going strong when I gave it away. My shop bought paper by the pallet load and the old LaserJet went through five years of up to 200,000 pages per year. I wish I had it back.
Pros: Print speed, time to first page and quality of printed page are good.
Cons: Wif-Fi went bad after 6 months. Cheap plastic. I am amazed HP put their name on something like this. Not your typical HP product. This thing is NOTHING like your old Laserjet. If you are repsonsible for buying office machines stay away - far away.
Summary: Should have returned it instead of looking for fixes and work arounds. Updated to latest software/firmware today. Still Junk. If you have to scan, stay away.
Pros: Cheap laser printer
Cons: You can't adjust the compression for scanning to PDFs. So your 7 page PDF becomes 4mb. It's LOUD. With latest firmware AirPrint now prints multple copies of the document - until you actually push cancel on the machine.
Cons: I've spent the last nearly four hours trying to get this printer to connect to my wireless network. Connected to the wireless network are 2 TVs, 1 desktop, 3 laptops, an XBOX, a Roku box, a Vudu box, 2 cell phones, and a Samsung printer. So, I know how to connect wireless devices. A HP technician...
Summary: This printer has been on again and off again for the past year. I do wish I had replaced it immediately, apparently it is a lemon. The first time I called the help desk the person at the service center was rather lame.
Summary: This printer is a total shame and waste of money. It you print anything with images, be prepared to wait several minutes until it decides to print something. In most of the times, you'll have to power recycle it after printing something bigger, because it simply won't accept more jobs.
Summary: The printer, copier and scanner is overall functional. My problem with it is that is doesn't fully work with Apple products, but it's sold as if it is. What works: USB printing, WiFi printing, Airprint printing. What doesn't work: scanning.