Summary: Is it just HP printers or all printers that have that tendency to jam. The color is good,rather noisy but acceptable.For some reason or other this printer will not accept good photo printing paper,it jams everytime.
Summary: I've owned a number of HP printers, and I've loved every one but this one. The biggest problem is constant carriage jams (usually easily fixed by pushing the OK button), and fairly frequent paper jams.
Supreme Overlord of the Earth (a.k.a. Jon), Amazon
29 July 2007
Summary: This thing stinks. Our manager bought this AIO because we were loosing the Recoh that we are using. The only good thing I can say is that it prints fast. The software will not install if you don't choose to install all of the other garbage-ware.
Summary: Home use and my needs are very simple but this printer broke in less than two years. 'Reset Power' msg with all lights flashing and unplugging, etc. doesn't help. HP guidance is 'printer needs servicing'. Naturally, servicing costs more than new printer with cartridges.
Summary: I hate this printer with a fiery passion. I fantasize about running it over with my car - that's how much of a hassle it has been. The Good (and the reason I gave 2 stars instead of 1): 1. Color copies are crisp and look good - especially with a higher quality paper. The Bad: 1.
Summary: I purchased this printer two years ago. I haven't been all that pleased with it since unpacking it. Overall it only does just ok... I am now shopping for a new printer because it keeps telling me 'papper jam' and there is no paper jam.
Summary: The product appears to be everything one would want in a printer - the problem is the drivers. Not only do the drivers take 700+ MB of disk space which is outrageous, but they crash often. In addition, the programs that come with the printer are unstable.
Summary: First off the main reason we bought this printer was to make our wedding invitations with it. We started with the 6200 series, but that printer wouldn't pull paper in straight for the life of it, so the resulting print was slanted on the page, and never at a predictable angel.