Summary: Chose this printer because I have the same one at work. Great as a wireless printer. I can print from anywhere, even from the mall! Seems to be a little noisier than the one I have at work, but operates just fine. Prints really good quality photos, too!
Pros: Small size fitted my space, and I need to have the paper feed and output on the front. The wi-fi works well with our two Macbook Pros, that use OS X lion. Set-up went well. It was on sale, and was a know device to me.
Cons: None so far. High ink cost from past experience, but we do not do much printing so it is not a large consideration for us.
Summary: I have had this now for more than a year. It can be slow to wake up from sleep mode, but for some reason is more responsive to my ipad than to the desktop or laptop. The cover to the scanner is flimsy and it does not stay up on its own whilst positioning documents. Colour reproduction is good and the cartridges last about the same amount as time as my previous printers. Never what the manufacturers claim! I consider it to be value for money.
Summary: I bought this to replace a Photosmart 3210 which had 'died'. It certainly had the same high quality print results as the previous machine but still finds it 'difficult' to scan. Software issues with HP scanning seem to be the norm to me. I also felt the build was less robust than the 3210 and the ink usage higher.
Summary: This printer cennected wirelessly to my computer without difficulty, but I had real problems getting it to scan to computer. The problem was on my computer (not the printer/scanner)because a service file in Windows called WIA was turned off. This file had dependant files called RPC and Shell hardware detection which were turned off, so the WIA file could not work. Here is the fix which I worked out with help from the internet: Click the Start button.