Easy to use and really like it, except for one thing.
17 February 2012
Summary: I contacted HP about this and they said their printers were set up not to show ink levels on any cartridges EXCEPT genuine HP ones. I am on SSD and cannot afford HP inks. I'm so disappointed in HP and I guess I will be returning this printer and going back to good ol' Canon.
Pros: LCD display great, so are the scanning and copier.
Cons: When it came time to replace the inks, I bought GUARANTEED remanufactured ink cartridges, and when I put them in the printer the ink level display continued to show "Empty"
Summary: I cannot believe the number of positive reviews that this printer has on sites all over the internet. On first turning on, the graunching noises it made are horrible. Any other movement of the carrier continues to produce excessive noise.
Summary: A few problems at the beginning but Amazon solved them by changing the printer.One drawback is that the printer comes with very little ink so the first purchase you have to make is replacement cartridges not cheap.
Summary: its different frustration when your following instructions and in the end it says the computer is not connected my other printer was epson stylus and it just needed a bit of go. well to be fair print was not too bad just dont be too reliant on good feedback and it will cost you to return if you had...
Summary: The printer originally worked well and I was pleased with it. BUT 15 months later it has gone wrong and is not covered by warranty. I am a domestic user and as such use my printer quite rarely. I would not recommend this product to a heavy or even a reasonable user because of its unreliability.
Summary: In hindsight, I should have checked before buying. I had assumed that all modern printers would have some facility to print on both sides of the paper, albeit manually. To do otherwise would be environmentally irresponsible and "just plain mean" to quote a review elsewhere.