No complaints about the printing but the scanner is a ...
Justin King, Amazon
21 March 2015
Summary: No complaints about the printing but the scanner is a nightmare. I have had to send 2 printers back to HP because both were destroying the pages I was scanning. Buy a cheaper printer and a separate scanner.
Summary: Save time and a lot of money. This printer is a joke. Constantly loses wi-fi signal. Expensive toner. Now after only a year, continues to misprint and waste toner, paper, and time. A DEFINITE BAD BUY!!
Summary: Pros and cons with this printer. I use it in my home office, lightly most of the time, then the occasional blitz of grad school journals. When I first hooked it up it printed continuously but not since. I have the similar "re-calibrating" out of the blue for no reason issue, occasionally in the middle of the night. The biggest annoyance is having to constantly hit the "OK" button to get it to print because it will only print one page at a time.
I beat the living heck out of it and I can not tell you how good it felt
Michael Long, Amazon
27 August 2014
Summary: Bought this for home use. I'm a systems specialist so I was sure after doing my home work that I had made a somewhat wise decision. WRONG! What a piece of c..p. I had the product for a year and a half, and in that time I needed to scan maybe 10 to 15 times. It would work then five minutes later no, it wasn't in the mood. Next time turned it on and could not copy a page it would just beep at me.
Summary: I never expected this HP printer, serial number CNC8DCDX2J, product number, CE903A, a Laser Jet Color MFP300, to die in such a short time. I purchased it barely 17 months ago and it was used lightly in my home office by one person, namely me. The printer started requiring more frequent reboots and then taking very long to initialize. The scan head now hunts loudly upon startup until it gives up after about 15 minutes of complaining with an error 6.
Summary: The printer is a good product, but the user interface needs some work as well as the color settings and auto scanning of documents. COLOR: No adjustment for the saturation of color collectively, the setup is counter intuitive varies greatly when applied. No settings directly for lighter or darker, just settings to adjust the CYMK individually highlight, mid-tones and shadows in the SYSTEM - COLOR DENSITY settings. Adjusting these settings is not ideal.