Reviews and Problems with HP Officejet Pro L7590 All-in-One
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The HP Officejet Pro is prints very fast and is easy to use.
9 September 2012
Excerpt: The Hewlett Packard Officejet Pro 7590 is fast and easy to use. When I first printed a page, the page flew out of the printer unlike the other hp i had used before. The printing quality is great ! To copy you can either feed the paper in the top or lift the top and close the lid. It can copy in black or color. The fax option is easy to use. The all in one has fax speed dial with five buttons. The scanner is also easy to use. The machine also takes a memory card in...
Excerpt: Received this printer as a gift and wow is it big. It's large footprint made it difficult to find a space on my desk, but once i cleared off an area I was ready to go. I connected the printer using an ethernet cord to my router. Next I went online to HP's website to download the latest drivers. I didn't download the full software suite, and only installed the drivers for the print/scan. The guided setup was extremely easy.
Excerpt: The hp 7590 is a great small printer; ideal for a home office or even a smaller office if you're on a budget. It prints fast and also copies, scans and has faxing capability, all of which I've tested to make sure they work. The only drawback I've noticed so far is that it is not a quiet machine, which is the only reason I haven't given it 5 stars. The quality is excellent, even with using the draft/fast mode.
HP L7590 is a great all-in-one small office printer.
9 September 2012
Excerpt: Pros about this computer include it's printing clarity, printing speed, ease of changing print cartriges, and ease with which paper jams can be cleared. Cons incude it's large size, multi-page faxe malfunctioning, and use of print colors. I feel like I am always changing the cartriges on this printer. The ink is not cheap for this printer either and it can not be refilled at most refill service centers.
HP OfficeJet Pro L7590 is a good all purpose printer
9 September 2012
Excerpt: When my husband first came home with this printer, I was not pleased. The footprint and height was huge compared to my little HP deskjet that did everything I needed it to do and seemed to be reasonably efficient with ink. He had to set up a separate table because it wouldn't fit where our previous printer was. However, I've come around. It really does nice quality documents. I never had a problem with the quality of our previous printer but this printer seemed to...
Summary: HP OfficeJet Pro L7590 All In One Printer Product arrived promptly and was easy to install. Works perfectly. Had a little trouble getting warranty registered with HP but eventually succeeded: I needed to provide an invoice which is obtainable on web site but not received by e-mail or delivery.
Summary: I read several reviews on the HP 7590 and similar inkjet printers before purchasing the 7590. The printer does live up to reports of being noisy, however, I have never owned a quiet inkjet printer! The function and quality of the 7590 is quite good in my estimation. This printer does what it says it will do, and the output is exactly as expected. The scanner software interface is simple to use, and has more tools than I expected. The duplex feature is fantastic.
Summary: Hooked this up to my Ubuntu Linux box and it 'just worked'. It doesn't like odd sizes, envelopes, etc and takes awhile to get them right - from either Windows or Linux. Unfortunately, it doesn't appear to have a sleep/power saving mode either. Otherwise, it works great and the output is indistinguishable from my old laser printer.
Pros: Works well with Linux
Cons: It doesn't like odd sizes, Loud noisey, No power saving mode
Summary: HP L7590 OfficeJet Pro All In One Printer I have had several HP All In One products over the years and this is clearly the best and the least expensive - as it goes with technology. The one improvement I'd like to see is for them to make it a bit quieter. I really like having three separate cartridges for color as I always felt that I used more blue and ran out before fully using the other colors in a multi-color cartridge.
seems to work fine if one is patient with the setup
Alfredo "acz2", Amazon
10 February 2009
Summary: I have had the HP L7590 for several weeks, and I thought I would add my experience and advice to the other views expressed here. First, please understand that I am using the machine on a small LAN which has wired and wireless PCs, all running Windows XP. So I cannot comment on Vista or Linux, or Mac. Second, ignore the CD-ROM that came inside the box, since it has a version number which seems older than the driver software available at the HP web site.