Summary: I've owned an HP7210 All in One printer for several years. The first one was defective, and replaced free by HP. The replacement worked OK for 3-4 years. I don't print much. Cons: The software is crummy, the scan function doesn't work unless I reinstall the software EVERY TIME I want to scan.
Summary: I purchased my first 7210 in September of 2005. The ADF (automatic document feeder) failed after 2 months and would not feed properly, jamming faxes and feeding more than one page at a time. It was still under warranty so they replaced it.
Summary: Good print/fax/copy quality - although colors tend to fade when documents are scanned (and reprinted). Nice set of features for its time (about 3-4 years ago now). BUT: I have gone through 3 HP printers the last 3 years: A PSC 2210, an original OfficeJet 7210, and a warranty replacement for the...
Summary: I got one used for $40. The previous owner said that it doesn't take print cartridges anymore. But I was more interested in using it as a stand alone scanner. I figured $40 not that much of a risk. It works so it was worth the $40, I guess. But the software is horrible.
Summary: First, the print quality is very good. When it does work, it seems to work very well. I was pleased with the print quality and features, and the print speed is excellent. But the real problem is the extremely unstable software.
Summary: This printer was very easy to set up on our home network. It prints both color and bs fast, copies and scans well over the network, and handles photos fairly well. Unfortunately it only lasted 19 months. The simple act of replacing the black ink cartridge broke something within the cartridge holder.
Summary: I am so sorry I bought this 3-in-1 printer/fax/scanner. I get a message every time I print telling me "New HP Photo Cratridge successfully installed". I have been on the phone with HP for 3 hours with no solution. Also, 3 weeks after I bought it, I started seeing a line in my pictures.
Summary: Develops errors after just a few months. Owned 3 of these, each one errors after a few months, but will still function w/errors. They typically last for 1 or 2 ink refills, basically a Chinese-made disposable product. Mine is currently traveling to the Phoenix land fill.
Summary: I recently upgraded from the 7110 which I was satisfied with. However it only lasted a total of two years before dieing. I do quite a bit of color printing. If you do as well I recommend that you select another printer. The ink cartridges on this printer are very small.