Overall good multifunction unit despite few problems
Andrew J. Lawton, Amazon
12 July 2008
Summary: I have owned this multifunction unit for over 3 years now. I have found the print to be excellent and very economical on ink. The scans are very good although the software wants to include a border on some scans which is irritating.
Summary: I have a Dell PC running Windows XP and had zero problems installing this. Took about 20 minutes. I was upgrading from a cheapo Canon S300 that decided to stop working yesterday, and this is really my first experience with a modern color printer that cost over $200. I'm VERY impressed.
Summary: I almost didnt buy this MFD because of the negative reviews but boy am I glad that I threw caution to the wind. After a year of printing regular docs on my LExmark X73, I bought a digital camera and found that the X73 would lock up about 3 inches into printing a picture.
Summary: This printer is fantastic even though I didn't think so at first. The problem is that the printer driver on the cd-rom that comes with the 6110 is incompatible with my OS. I use OS X Jaguar (10.2.6).
Summary: I love this machine. I have 2 of them, one at work - one at home. The home one has never scanned properly. It will not scan from the flat bed. It always tries to read from the paper feeder on top.
Summary: Pros: You can't beat the price for this multi-function printer. Does a great job scanning (with options to email, imaging, word, etc.). The print quality is better than I expected (I really didn't buy it for the printer, but the other "functions").
Summary: I got the HP multi-function printer/scanner/fax/copier for work. It does a great job at everything it supposed to do. The sheet-fed scanner is a huge time saver. I can copy, fax, or scan without having to switch pages on the flatbed. It saves a tremendous amount of time.
Summary: Good things for smart people! This machine is a compromise, of course, but, all things considered, It's great.I would give it 5 stars, but, it doesn't do all things as well as stand alones. All of you complaining, I see, are using windows. I know the pain...