Excerpt: Had high hopes for this printer...the one most similar to my old HP that finally 'bought the farm'. But..there's a glitch with a defective red print cartridge so I can't hook it up. Options are to wait 7-10 days for them to ship me a new installation cartridge (NB: the one you get with the printer will last you about 10 printing minutes so pony -up for additional cartridges : ( So..I am not a happy camper.
Excerpt: Doesn't work with my Windows Vista. Have tried everything, got online help, paid $100 for computer guy. computer states connected. printer works but states "not connected". Cannot make it work. Either wireless or cable. Anybody have same problem? Am very disappointed. Told guy at Staples my computer when I bought product. Have lost receipt.
Excerpt: Returning the printer to HP due to the horrible squealing noised it makes printing. Called and they 'know' about the problem with this 6600 printer. We are shipping it back when we get the return label and getting it and our warranty refunded. Wasn't a problem, but haven't gotten the label yet or the check after they refund it. Will have to buy another printer before we get the check in over 2-3 weeks.
Excerpt: This product was inferior from the getgo. Very poorly constructed and made of cheap, flimsy material. The lid broke after a little use, it is hard to work with if paper gets jammed, and constantly refusing to perform functions. I'll never buy another HP product.
Pros: Reasonably decent print quality, but nothing to get overly excited about!
Cons: 1. Ink is a total rip-off - two sets of refill cartridges exceed the price of the computer. 2. Cartridges are not completely filled. 2. Cannot print in black only... 3. Will not recognize non-HP (MUCH cheaper) replacement cartridges.
Excerpt: Printed about 15 pages, machine went into "non-functioning" status. Was leaking ink from the cartridges. "Googled" it and apparently it is a ongoing problem with this model. Wasted a 1/2 day of work installing, returning and reinstalling new printer. HP knowingly selling a piece of JUNK instead of recalling it, "par for the course".