Summary: At the beginning the printer was fine. The Canon MP530 had better quality but I love the speed and wireless features of this printer. A few days after the warranty period, the print head stopped being recognized by the printer. I bought in Latinamerica and in HP here they told me the simply don't offer support to inkjet printers. My first and last HP printer. I also spent a 300 dollars in high capacity cartridges and the double face printing stuff.
Summary: This is the worst printer scanner I have ever had. It has been nothing but error messages since the beginning. At first the document feeder wouldn't work. And I had to send the first one I received back. Now, less than a year later I am constantly getting an error message that the device cannot scan copy or fax. I don't know what the use of having an all in one device if most of the functions do not operate properly. This printer is nothing but trouble.
Summary: I acquired this printer for several reasons. Just to mention two of them, the wide format, because I needed to print wider documents, plus the fact that it is wireless. Besides, my experience with HP hardware has been very positive, including desktop and laptop computers. However, I had often communication problems between my computer and this printer, which of course could be due to other factors, including modem, router and other issues.
It works when it wants to, disconnects often and ...
Fquira Johannes "epifane2", Amazon
3 January 2015
Summary: It works when it wants to, disconnects often and the ink is very expensive. Don't think about black and white printing only if your color cartridges are depleted and yes, they deplete very fast!!!! Don't buy this product unless you can afford to invest in ink regularly.
Summary: This printer worked for a month; then it passed the window in which HP will permit returns, and ceased to work at all. No customer service is available except by paying $39 extra, with no refund if the proposed fix doesn't work. This was an appealing option because it was inexpensive, but it would have been better not to buy it. It is a poor product and a waste of money.
Summary: I've owned this printer for a few months now. Sometimes it prints, some times it doesn't. Sometimes it scans, some times it doesn't. Scanner is not compatible with any photoshop (twain) plug-ins. This think consumes way too much ink. I put new cartridges in and 2 months later it's empty, and I don't make color prints. combo pack of ink: +$80 I can't afford to feed this think with ink at that cost.
Nice HP OJ 7610 Printer 'When All of the Ink Cartridges Work'!!
Farmer Jon, Amazon
1 December 2014
Summary: I have had this HP Printer since Feb 2014. When it works it does a really fine job. The biggest problem with it are the ink cartridges. When "only one" of the four cartridges is low on ink this printer shuts down in that it will not let you print anything, not even gray or black! My last problem occurred in the last week or so when it wouldn't print and gave a message that I would have to buy new color ink cartridges to repair the one that was possibly damaged.
Summary: This printer is difficult to set up, does not auto duplex, and does not work well with windows. Could not print on oversized paper such as tabloid and could not find a solution to the problem. Decided to return it and purchase from a different manufacturer. Very disappointed in this HP product!
Summary: I've had this product for more than a year -- I love the ability to scan multiple pages. However, it consumes ink cartridges ridiculously. I've bought HP-brand ink cartridges and have yet to print more than 100 pages, TOTAL, and have had to replace the cartridges twice. I'm not even printing photos! I replaced all of the ink cartridges less than two months ago and have printed maybe 10 documents, 4 of which are 11x17 black and white documents.
OfficeJet: 1. (n) A bottomless pit, into which one throws ink and money.
Brett D, Amazon
16 October 2014
Summary: The document feeder on my unit broke on the third use -apparently, it uses a mechanical link to a motor in the base, and the link is about as rigid/secure as a wet noodle. As if losing the only distinguishing function of the scanner weren't enough, the printer DEVOURS ink. Take my word for it: As far as this printer is concerned, "PPM" stands for Pages Per Millennium.