Buggy, but still the best mobile printers on the market.
Jim Lewis, Amazon
13 April 2015
Summary: These are a little buggy. I purchased 4 for our company. Mine as well as the 3 others that my workers use have been pretty buggy. Mine gets paper jams fairly often for no good reason. There's nothing causing the jam as far as I can tell.
Summary: this is technically a great printer - portable, fast quality printing, scanner, copier, bluetooth - and then the compliments stop. it's also heavy, takes up most of my carryon, and relies on bluetooth as the primary connection.
Works fine with USB, couldn't get bluetooth to work properly using a recommended blue tooth usb adapter.
25 December 2014
Summary: This review is for the HP 150 printer itself. It works fine except that I was NOT able to get the Bluetooth up and running using a Bluetooth USB connector mentioned in an earlier comment, the driver would not be found. I went though hours and hours of trying to get it to work and finally gave up.
Summary: This printer is slow to print. It sometimes ejects a color print half way through wasting ink and paper and a lot of time. It should not be called an all in one because it has no flatbed for fragile and irregular originals.
Summary: The all-in-one features work quite well. Written instructions & video explanations are easy to follow. The only problem I had was with connecting the bluetooth wireless aspect. (This was due to the fact that I had never done this before!). Once I was able to do this, all was fine.
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.