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.
Summary: Ok..bought it looks beautiful. . However the ink usage is insane. when I first got it it came with the Setup carriages and I had half a rem of paper from my old printer. At frist I printed color. I wanted to test it and see what it can do.. i didn't expect the Setup ink to last...
Summary: It jammed the first two times I used it. We seem to have the paper tray in better now because it hasn't jammed for awhile. It takes quite a long time to print the first page and then it is fast. It goes off line too easily and it isn't easy to bring it back online.
Summary: I bought this printer about six weeks ago, primarily as I had use for an 11x17 scan bed. The print quality isn't as good as my other HP printer, a 9800 Deskjet. What's especially annoying is the 7610 halts ALL printing once ONE of the ink cartridges runs out.
Summary: I recently put it on, and it printed the test paper OK. Then, I couldn't print anything, because it appear a message saying ERROR. That didn't let me connect via wifi, so I had to plug the USB cable into my laptop. Now, after installing the driver and all, it showed that it was out of Yellow Ink!
Summary: Printing is fairly quick, though the machine does seem to hold a committee meeting before starting. Print quality is average and about what I expected from an all in one machine. Scanning is clunky and not really working correctly.
Summary: Great printer. Easy to set up but the scanner is impossible. I spent an hour trying to get it to work and then my husband devoted another hour trying to get the scanner to work. We enabled, disabled, rebooted, troubleshot, checked the HP website, followed all directions, verified network connection.
Summary: My new 7610 seems to do everything right except print on 4x6" label stock. It starts printing way up off the top of the page. If you have a 7610, maybe you should check it with 4x6" paper. It may be a design defect, or it may be that my unit is defective. I don't know yet.