Excerpt: I went w/HP because they've always been reliable but this one stopped scanning, copying and faxing on the 2nd day. Still prints, but I need the scan and copy features! Also, the set up guide didn't clearly show where the power button was ~ which is so ridiculous! I am going to return this printer and try to get my Brother printer fixed instead.
Summary: Tried adding network name and wpa code and the keypad keeps going to the hext letter or number. Type a B and the letter next to pops up. Type the number 4 and the 5 pops up and you cant backsapce the error out even tho it has a arrow for back spacing that dosent work. If I could return to Staples I would, but have had past there return policy.
Summary: I bought this printer thinking the wide format was what I needed to print posters. I got about 2 very simple posters printed and everything was streaked and very light although I had it on best in quality settings. I called support several times having to spend hours on the phone to get it to work. I had to replace the ink 4 times so far and only got about 2 pages from it. Then it told me I was out an I had to buy more!
Summary: We needed a quick printer for 11x17 projects. This is an excellent, crisp printing machine. While it may not be as quick as our other machine, the quality is better. Also the scanning process is quicker than what we were used to.
Summary: I purchased the HP Officejet 7610 wide format printer so that I could print 11"x17" size plans from different State and Federal Government websites. The plans are all 'black' on the white paper background. The 7610 has 4 ink cartridges - Black, Cyan, Magenta, and Yellow. There is an option in the printer 'set-up' to print "Use Black Ink Only". I chose that option and began printing the 11" x 17" plans.
Excerpt: I have used HP products exclusively for YEARS. After my experience with HP support and non-existent promised call-backs, I am DONE. I loved the printer but, along with HP techs, could not get duplexing to happen. Shortening the story, there is an accessory for the duplex process, but it's not included in Accessories on their website page for this printer. No one would talk to me about this piece of equipment.
This product will NOT Automatically print both sid
16 October 2013
Summary: I purchased this printer with the understanding of the HP Home and Home & Office website advertizement and placket at the store that it will automatically print on both sides of paper. After two tries with HP customer support, 3.5 hours on telephone, a replacement printer, and a revisit to the store at which I bought it, I was finally told that it would not print on both sides without a duplex-er.
Summary: I've been using HP ink jet printers for my 11x17 printing for many years. This is the first printer I am disappointed in. XL cartridges are rated up to 825 pages, I'm not getting 300 pages on default. Print quality is not that great either. ..................real disappointing!
Summary: So far, so good for an extra wide all-in-one (print, copy, scan & fax) printer. All the features are there and the performance is what I expected for a couple hundred dollars. My only nit is that the detailed manual/user guide was not in the box, but I was able to pull it off the HP web site.
Summary: I have always had HP inkjet printers and assumed that I could buy anyone and get tremendous quality. The quality of the print is pathetic. My blacks are anything but black - gray to be specific. Everything even on the "best" print setting looks washed out and not bright. I also bought this printer for duplex printing (both sides) and it doesn't do it automatically! Having worked for Hewlett Packard, I am totally surprised that they would market a printer like this.