Summary: Good luck setting the WIFI up..took us 2 hours when we first got it. Then it turned off and spent another 2 hours. several times in a year. This stupid thing disconnects from the wifi once a month and or won't communicate to computers Mac or PC.
Typical HP experience, not unlike Chinese water torture
Justin Depoy, Amazon
2 July 2014
Summary: I bought this printer at OfficeMax a couple years ago and decided to post this on Amazon as a warning. The price I was able to get on the printer--less than $100--was the lowest price I could find on an 11x17 wide format printer. It's not worth $100.
You need to babysit the 7500A and be familiar with troubleshooting forums!
Lucy A. Draus "AutumnRose", Amazon
18 March 2014
Summary: Had two of the 7500A printers and both were a mistake. Good things: 1. The ADF does not jam as much as it could. 2. The scanner and software work well until you click save and it loses the 49 pages you just scanned. 3.
Summary: This wide format printer is not what is advertised. We have had problems ever since we purchased it and the wide format feature is misleading in that it requires a fold out format. I would not recommend this printer.
Summary: I have always had good experiences with HP all in one printers. I needed an AirPrint and wanted something that would print larger paper. The first one that was delivered was a lemon. It would say it printed something and the paper would be blank.
Summary: I bought this model to replace my old HP 1220 workhorse that I'd had for many years (it still worked fine but the ink volume and cost were outrageously high). Since I bought the 7500A nearly a year ago, I have had nothing but problems with it.
Summary: Takes way too long to warm up and way too long to print. Just out of warranty it threw a false paper jam, which turn out to be from the print hard being stuck all the way to the right and the sensor strip breaking. HP just doesn't make them like they used to.