Summary: I scrapbook and I love being able to print from my slides and negatives and cleanup scratches and adjust poor exposure before printing. I had a 3310 and this 3210 works just as well. As far as I know these are the only all in one's that have the transparency adapter.
Summary: This all-in-one is excellent. We would never have known it was refurbished. After several months of use it has functioned perfectly. We like the fact that it has six different ink cartridges - the colors are so much more vibrant than our old, three-color model.
Summary: Comments about HP Photosmart 3210: I love the all in ones. It makes everything easier to do because you don’t have to move from machine to machine. I am very impressed with the quality of the prints and how fast the printer is. It’s a nice looking machine that can be used at home or at the office.
Pros: Compact Design, Durable Construction, Easy Setup, Easy To Use, Fast Operation, Reliable
Summary: Comments about HP Photosmart 3210: I didn’t experience the problems that I saw in the last review. It worked amazingly well, set up was easy and the printer could not be better! The picture quality is amazing! Tech support was very helpful in setting up the machine as well.
Summary: I purchased this printer from Amazon about four months ago for $150 bucks. For that price its a fantastic purchase. I am used to working with $15,000 printers so when I initial put the unit together it felt flimsy, compared to the high-end printers at work.
Summary: This is an exceptional piece of equipment. It does everything very well -- print, scan and copy. It's really going to make scanning photos for my scrapbook project a joy and save me a lot of money too.
Summary: Just recently I have been looking for an all in one printer that can also print good quality photos. I have always bought HP printers so I went to the hp site and looked at what they offered and decided to buy the hp photosmart 3210.
Summary: Anyone trying to install this machine on a wireless network using only the installation disk is going to have problems and should NOT blame them on HP. HP's documentation is clear, they support EITHER a hardwire USB or a hardwire ethernet.
Summary: So far I have not experienced the problems others have wrote about. I love this printer -- the scans are nice, the print quality is suberb, and the interface is intuitive. Some of my favorite features: *Built in print server allows you to share the printer easily between multiple computers.