Summary: This is an excellent "All in One" printer. The print speed is much better than most others. Quality is good as well. You have to hunt for this particular model as there are other HP "All in One's" that sound like this one but are not. This is my second one. The original is still inservice at my shop.
Pros: Auto paper feed and double side printing. Other than this, none whatsoever.
Cons: Spontaneously disconnects from wireless. Awful software. Obscure controls and settings. Very slow start up and cleaning routines completely undo speed of printing. Expensive ink and printer heads. Print quality no better than older, cheaper models.
Laser VS OfficeJet... HP OfficeJet Pro 8500A is MY choice!
16 September 2013
Summary: This is comparable to a laser printer for its speed (OK, so not quite as fast, but still...), as a matter of fact, running a business that requires a LOT of printing, for the money, this is by far MUCH better, since the ink is so much cheaper than toner for a laser printer. In addition, I also get color printing without having to spend a fortune!
Summary: I am a very big fan of Hewett Packard, so it was easy to upgrade my former printer to this one and it enabled me to use all those 940 cartridges I have left over. Hewett Packard products are excellent to have so many features and options that make both business and personal transactions easier.
Summary: I basically bought this one because I had the same model (just a bit earlier version, an A909A; this is an A910) that suddenly "crashed" on me and I had just bought ink for it. I was not in the position to upgrade at this time. The printer is, so far, reliable (I bought a used one) and the videos that teach you how to change ink, printheads, etc. (new feature from the printer that this one replaced), are helpful.