Summary: My old Ricoh SPC420DN Laser has for a long time warned me needs new PCU Color thing which for cost set me looking for a replacement. Was concerned about some reviews with HP problems so wanted to get to test along with Ricoh before it stops printing. And trying to use up the toner (just replaced black) in the Ricoh. Fortunately the HP worked flawlessly - very nice.
Summary: After 7000 copies I'm actually on the phone now with HP getting a replacement, so you'd think I'd be unhappy...but objectively until the last week... this has been by far the best printer I've ever used. Very fast, great quality...very simple to use. We love it. Started having an error message a week or so ago...downloaded some firmware with HPs assistance...but that doesn't seem to have fixed it...so they are sending a new unit. A definite hassle..
Summary: It is very clear color and fast First i saw it in youtube ... I don't expect I've seen ... my advice to all if you want printer make all thing fast, wireless ,clear colors only buy this and enjoy wiyh it i bought X451 then 576dw Thanks HP
Summary: For regular printing on full size paper, I like this printer a lot. Unfortunately, I use the inkjet for printing envelopes as well, and this printer has some dramatic print quality flaws that show up only when it thinks it's printing envelopes. I say when it thinks it's printing envelopes, because the problem shows up any time the paper size is set to that of a #10 envelope, even when various different papers, paper settings, or envelopes are actually used.
Summary: Only had it a few weeks, but the printing is better than all in one lasers in this price range for sure. the speed is amazing. You can just hear it whipping off pages. decent cloud printing features with email printing and google cloud print (i'm not one for the proprietary things like HP's clod printing software so can't say. the ADF does a great job.
Summary: We have had it about two weeks and it is very fast. One problem is that the paper output goes into a large open space and paper fly all over the place. We usually print 50-150 pages at a time, and the don't align properly in output as in most printers. It takes a while to line output up for binding etc. Any solution to this problem? Maybe it has something to do with weird shape of out tray on a large angel upwards from printer.
Summary: We have had the X576dw for about 2.5 months and I have been very impressed. The print and copy speeds are amazing. One of the big improvements over the color laser we had before is the fast warm up time--just a few seconds. By the time I walk to the printer, my job is usually finished. I have a 55 ppm Konica color laser in another office and the X576dw is at least as fast. I think the duplexing is faster on the HP.
Summary: I contacted HP several times because it was taking so long to print or copy. At first they told me to clear the memory, which by the way I only had it for a day so there was nothing on it, that didn't help. Then they said ,"turn it off and back on, that of course didn't help either. They told me that they only had 20 complaints on that issue. Really disappointed.
Summary: It has taken three machines in order to get one that works, no small matter since they're big, bulky, heavy and hard to repack. The first machine wouldn't get through the setup process. HP's service center escalated the challenge pretty rapidly, but still our investment of time was north of ten hours altogether. The second machine got further, making it through setup and about 100 printed pages.
Summary: Acquiring this product was a real effort as most stores seemed to be out of stock. Calling HP directly was even more frustrating, but that is a whole additional story. All of this seemed quite odd to me given that HP clearly seems to have put effort into promoting this product and encouraging customers to seek it, while at the same time the firm seems to have released very few units.