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: I am a graphic designer who uses this large format printer for creating film positives for screen printing. It gives a rich black when all the colors are present. The print is sharp and clean. After that, it is downhill.
Avoid this product... find another more reliable brand.
Frogee Gibson, Amazon
26 January 2015
Summary: Move onto another brand and forget about this product from HP. It fails to copy, fax, or scan. Temperamental instructions are confusing and insufficient to get it up and running. Each and every time you turn off your computer you must reconfigure all the setting on this printer.
Its great when it FEELS LIKE working which is not all ...
2 January 2015
Summary: In my opinion, this printer is a nightmare. Its great when it FEELS LIKE working which is not all the time. I work from home about 25-30 hours a week. There have been several nights where i have spent the entire night trying to get it to work. Which means I got no work done.
Summary: Its a great price for the printing format - and I should have followed my instincts, I generally don't buy HP printers, but this time I did for other reasons,and found the following: Pros: The Wireless Printing really does work very well, and I can talk to it from multiple devices - wirelessly.
has an audible fan, and can't print an actual size document edge to edge
DJ OZ, Amazon
29 September 2014
Summary: First huge disappointment for me is that this printer has a fan, which is very audible in a quiet office environment, or if on a desk near your computer. One big advantage of inkjet printers is they are usually silent and fan-less, compared to laser printers. Why HP added a fan here, I have no idea.