Summary: Worst Amazon purchase ever!!!! How do you order a mobile printer to prep for a travel and have it delivered overnight only to find out that when you set it up it does not have the required printer cable nor the requested USB to USB cable. Once I spent a day on vacation tracking down cables for the printer from a local Radio Shack I then find out it has problems with the black printer cartridge that came with the system.
Summary: I've had a HP100 and like the added features of the HP150. I still need a totally mobile/battery printer that connects with my iPad. I am glad of the HP1200w print accessory, but it will be a lot less hassle just to have a mobile battery operated printer with the iPad print feature integrated into it.
Summary: This printer has all the features I need. -Or so it appears. Using a Mac, I never have been able to get it to scan properly when connected with USB. Wireless printing works ok, unless it does not. It is constantly stopping to reset itself, but then often crashes and requires a cold reboot, removing the battery as well. Then when I restart it, it scolds me for improperly shutting it down.
Not good value for money - it's mobile but not much else
Lisa Vehrenkamp, Amazon
8 May 2014
Summary: I bought this printer for it's portability and mobile capabilities. Generally it is functioning ok, but a few things you should know before you buy this printer: 1) the blue tooth is not easy to setup. I tried a number of times and then had a techie friend come over. He had to go to HP's site to find out that the printer has to be installed twice to actually get the bluetooth to work. It wasn't in any of the documentation. 2) the printer is heavy for a mobile printer.
Summary: This is the worst printer I have EVER owned. I did not use it for 3-4 months. With perfectly good cartridges it now states the cartridges are not good. After taking another new cartridge and putting it in (at a cost of $30) it states the ink levels are at zero and refuses to print. In most printers there is a work around - print all in black/gray (in the event the color ink is out) or print black by using the color cartridge. This offers neither. It's "go or no go".
Summary: My device doesn't hold a charge. I think it's broken altogether. The functions of the device are a bit cumbersome but manageable considering this printer is the first of its kind allowing printing, scanning and copying all from a mobile device. It would be great if the scan feature was faster and if it scanned directly to the computer.