Outrageous HP Ink ripoff - pay as you go scam is bad for America
P. Scott Pope "Scott Pope", Amazon
14 August 2013
Summary: While the printer has worked moderately well, the cost of ink is outrageous. Making disposable printers and inflated ink cartridges is only bad for the business of America but it also leads to tremendous amounts of electronic waste.
Summary: After going through some serious problems with a new HP laptop a couple of years ago, I thought I would give HP another chance. Big mistake. Printer worked OK for awhile. Then I got an error message for the color cartridge.
Summary: Bought the thing, worked fine for a while, but there was a software error or something, which wasn't covered under warranty because it was more than three years since originally bought (as we are buying second hand here)...
Summary: By far, the worst printer I have ever used. It is an absolute pain to connect to a network, or set one up through this printer - if you even get to that point. Scanning is an atrocious process. 9 times out of 10, it always hangs. Often, I can't even get the thing to produce a scan to begin with!
Summary: This printer is absolute garbage. That is strong language for a product review, but it is the only way to convey what a poorly designed product this is. The main issue is the extremely shoddy software/driver bundle. It is absolutely riddled with bugs.
Summary: I cannot believe what a dog of a printer the HP 6310 is. It frequently rejects HP brand ink cartidges as being "not intended for this printer," the paper rollers often jam and stick, and the lids don't close properly making it necessary to "jimmy" the lids in order to get the f.ing thing to work at...
Summary: Bought one of these a while back and it was ok. Print quality was ok, scanning and copying was a great feature. But with each software upgrade the printer installed it became more and more of a dog.
Summary: This printer is disappointing in just about every aspect. I've had it 2 years and grown to despise it, regardless of driver version. Overall - 1) Printer ink is too expensive for all but occasional use and faxing. 2) The automatic document feeder (ADF) truly sucks.
Summary: Quite simply, the worst printer I have ever owned. - It drinks ink and the replacement cartridges are tiny and expensive. - I have to turn it off before I turn my computer on or it stops it booting up. - Hangs on copying and refuses to turn off.
Summary: I bought this machine at the end of 2009 and have been plagued by all kinds of problems, especially after switching over to Windows 7. The copy function was aways moody, and the scan quality terrible. Now, the machine will not scan or copy at all (the feeder also never worked properly).