Summary: Do NOT buy this printer!!!! Biggest piece of junk we've ever had. Don't waste your money. We've struggled through with it for 2 years and I've never been so happy to get rid of a printer before. I just took it to Office Depot to trade in for an Epson and got $30 for the trade in.
... of using only HP printers this was the utmost disappointment. It drinks ink cartridges to the point that ...
Janice R. Croson, Amazon
16 January 2015
Summary: After 40 years of using only HP printers this was the utmost disappointment. It drinks ink cartridges to the point that it is in no way economical to run. When the low ink signals to change a cartridge soon you have to watch every page print otherwise you loose so many sheets of paper and additional...
Summary: I have had several dozen HP printers and own four now including an 8600. Owned for about a year. I have had brother, Okidata, and others. This is by far the worst and most frustrating printer i have ever owned. Problems with both wireless and USB connections.
Stopped working after not many months of use and no customer care from HP.
Jonathan Tennant, Amazon
2 October 2014
Summary: Big Paper Weight. Possibly the worst printer used and I have used many. Get an error message " ox61011bec " that will not go away despite hours of trying despite googling. Trying HP's no existent help desk/forum!
Summary: This is the worst printer I've ever owned. It doesn't print! Every day I get "unable to connect to printer" messages - I've run every scan, fix available from HP and they always come back that everything is working correctly. Customer service thru HP is WORTHLESS. I'm switching to Epson.
Lesson of the day: buy from Amazon, not from third party sellers.
Sophie Ramsbotham, Amazon
6 August 2014
Summary: This printer was a complete nightmare. It started having problems in the first couple of months. First it was a bad wifi connection: one page would take about 35 minutes to print. Then the printer started printing out complete jibberish. It literally has cost us hours and hours of frustration.
Summary: Airprint works well with my iPhone and with my PC. To print 11x17, I have to manually hold the paper and feed it at the correct rate to prevent jamming or image distortion. I have never been able to get the document feeder to scan images in a format that I can use, despite it allegedly being a .pdf.