For the longest time HP didn't even include the right drivers to print Tabloid or Super B paper (11x17
Amazon Customer, Amazon
3 weeks ago
Summary: Do not buy this printer. As a design student I purchased this printer for image needs frequently at 11"x17" and 13"x19" which are used for typography projects. I've had this printer for almost two years and it's never worked correctly in anything wide format.
Summary: Network printing and scanning works great, worked with all my computers including Linux machines with no issues. Never tried to fax. Really handy to have something that will print and scan such a large format. Document feeder worked surprisingly well.
I have this printer and it does wide format printing ...
22 September 2015
Summary: I have this printer and it does wide format printing. It also uses more ink, faster than any other printer I've ever owned. I don't know what the issue is but I try printing as a fast draft and it still uses up all the ink. Not terribly impressed with this beast.
Summary: absolutely can't stand this printer. It is slow to boot and it is bulky for what it does. There are smaller units that print as fast and boot up way faster than this unit. I'm quite disappointed in the quality of this product
Summary: This is literally the worst printer I have owned. Do not buy!!!! It is awkward, the trays cannot be smoothly adjusted to different size papers. The control screen is tiny. My computer can never find it wireless or attached to it. Pure garbage.
Summary: I like the features and the ability to print on 11 x 17 paper but I don't like the fact that you have to have the color ink to print black. If you compared ink to gas mileage you would get maybe 1 mile per gallon. It's an ink hog. Now I just use it to scan and print on large paper.
I own an HP laserjet printer which is sturdy and been working for years
Michell A. Ross, Amazon
27 June 2015
Summary: I had high hopes for this printer. It seemed to do it all. I own an HP laserjet printer which is sturdy and been working for years, and an E-size color plotter (10 years and going strong). But this OfficeJet has proven itself a poor choice.