Summary: It is too soon for us to know exactly how well this particular equipment is working, since my father-in-law is trying to upgrade his computer to comply with the needed OS configurations to use the various features of the printer. It seemed to work properly when used with my laptop as a test.
Summary: Everything works fine except the scanner, which gives the message "no scan options". I've reloaded the software twice with no change. Too bad, as the scan capability was a main reason I bought it. Next time I'm gonna try another brand.
Summary: While the 6310 provides good bang for the buck, it is definitely a limited performance machine. Copying is very slow, its uses expensive cartridges like water, but the worst feature of the machine is the poor software. When trying to fax a 40 page document, it continuusly failed at about 20 pages.
Summary: It works for 3 years without any problem, but once it has problem that is the end of it's life. I do not know if it only happens to hp(s) or other printers too. My two hp all in one printers just died after 3 years.
Summary: My XP computer died and I got a new computer with Vista. The scan function doesn't interface with Vista and no Vista driver is available. Since I wanted to scan, I will now have to replace this machine. I found it an acceptable printer. Print quality is ok not outstanding.
Summary: Perhaps I should have purchased the printer BEFORE I bought all of that paper... lesson learned... Now I can actually USE the paper for something other than paper airplanes, crayon coloring, and wallpaper.
Summary: This all-in-one does all its functions reasonably well. The print quality is very clear. I would agree with the reviews that say it is slow. Not a big issue for me, but I have noticed that. I would also agree that the quality of construction has seemed to slip at HP since my 895cxi was built.
Summary: Pros: - Small and portable. - Flawless fax with standard paper in ADF - Low Cost (can't beat the price) - Good Print quality in normal-fast mode - Scan Quality is good when using flatbed or ADF with standard paper - Prints very fast over network interface / reduces processor usage on client computer...