Summary: Another HP printer designed to fail long before the lifespan a reasonable buyer would expect. Search the web for problems with this printer series (HP7200 series) and you'll discover the truth.
Summary: HP has lost it's way. This machine is junk as is the HP laptop I bought this year. I can recall when they were a leader and now they are simply stamping their logo onto imported junk. This printer misfeeds and misgrabs paper as a matter of standard operation.
Summary: I could not recommend this printer. When it works it is great but often it doesn't. In Vista the printer constantly gets unloaded and you have to reinstall the software which should be called bloatware because it takes long and has so many add ons that you do not need.
I'm good with technology. This thing is a piece of crap.
B. Stroh, Amazon
21 August 2007
Summary: I bought this for my parents and it's been a disaster from moment one. The first machine refused to run over the network despite myriad adjustments and phone calls to HP. Unit was replaced (with a remanufactured unit, of course) that also refused to run over the network and eventually stopped...
Summary: I chose this printer for the same rave reviews everyone else found online. However,the reviewers evidently didn't keep this all-in-one long enough to find it's faults.Yes it is a fairly good printer for the first year you own it. Seems after the warranty expires so does the printer.
Summary: I have had 2 hp high dollor inkjet multi-function printers in the last year. The first one quit working after 5000 hits so HP send me an upgrade which was a remanufactured unit. Needless to say the same thing happened only worse. The copier function quit working as well as the scanner.
Summary: I have one of these in my office and it's pretty horrible. The bad: 1> ink cartridges don't last long 2> auto-feed scanner jams 50% of the time 3> materials used to make it are really cheap 4> gets errors and only way to correct is to unplug it 5> really long warmup time 6> software packaged with it...
Summary: 1st unit had bad logic board and died after about 1 week of use. Next one the power supply died within 1 month. 3rd unit had bad paper feeder. 4th unit same bad paper feeder problems but couple weeks after warranty ended and HP would not replace despite same problem they "fixed" earlier.
Summary: I purchased this expensive All in one 12-30-2005 exactly 2 months after warranty while replacing black ink cartridge. The plastic piece that holds the metal clip in place broke off and is not repairable or replaceable. BUYER BEWARE! HP printers are not same quality as they used to be.
Summary: I'm almost the same as another consumer. I loved the printer for home office use; however, upon changing out a color cartridge last night, it just broke. HP cusotmer service chat is absolutely worthless - they refused to go through trouble-shooting that is on their own website, but rather just tired...