Summary: I am so glad I purchased this printer. It is so lightweight, compact and durable. I work from my truck and it's constantly bouncing and hitting bumps and this thing doesn't skip a beat. Whether I'm scanning or printing it works beautifully. The scanner is a bit slower than most larger printers but that is really the only complaint I have. The battery lasts a long time. It seems like I hardly ever have to charge it. It has made my life much easier.
Summary: HP in general is downgrading, especially the material they use in the rollers is very cheap and stop functioning soon. But this is by far the most rediculous printer from HP. It's not wireless (only bluetooth), and it has a memory of a mouse, it keeps asking to be shut down, and keeps getting stuck (either paper in it or the memory). When there is no paper in it at all it keeps on asking to clear!!! For the price it is a disaster.
Summary: The Printer is good but slow. Scans only one page at a time and has to be connected by UBS. The Bluetooth is a newer version and would not communicate with my Laptop HP Pro-book 4430s, until I purchased an Bluetooth adapter.
Summary: In theory this device is a perfect solution for the mobile user like myself. I don't want to lug around a somewhat small printer and also a portable scanner everywhere I go, so this should be great - but it's not. The setup was pretty straight forward and not difficult, until I got to the wireless bluetooth portion. I wasn't able to see the device from my iPad or iPhone like I could with my home HP printer.
Summary: Based on the feedback others have given, there is obviously room for improvement with the HP Officejet 150. Besides the setup & installation issues, it seems to me that this product would be the ideal candidate for the HP ePrint solution. Some are using the Photosmart 5520 as a mobile printer. Seems like that's the ideal product that should be in this chassis.
Summary: I was looking for a printer/scanner that would do a decent job but not take up a lot of space and I could pack away eaisly. I have moved several times and lugging a full size printer around frankly gets old. I was also looking for one that would travel if need be. I do not do a lot of printing and certainly would not call myself a "power" user. I have an ocassional need to print and copy.
Summary: Will be spending 3 mos. away from home this summer in a rental house. Need a printer that is small and light and does the job. Set it up last week with the MacBook Air I am taking with me. Set-up was easy, including the Bluettooth pairing. Print quality is excellent. Speed is good for a mobile printer. Design is a winner. Nice work, HP!
Summary: I'm finding this psc device to be highly annoying. Can't scan more than a couple pages without stopping and complaining that there's a paper jam (which there isn't) or instructing me to "Close the scanner glass door", which when closed means nothing - the message is repeated. I'm not stupid; the device parts are easy to identify, but simply scanning a few pages into one pdf could take hours. Did HP put enough time and money into testing? I paid $400 for this thing.
Summary: It is a fairly good printer but it is not asa portable as you might think.. It is heavy, thick and akward (doesn't fit in a computer bag well [even a coputer bag that has room for a portable printer] , and is very heavy to lug around. Canon sells one that is more portable. The printer, scanner and copier itself is not bad, but again, if I was not going to use it as a portable printer, then I would get a machine that was more capable.