Summary: Shortly, this printer will be all you need unless you are looking to churn out pages night after night. Build Quality: This thing is built well, yes it is mostly plastic, but it's gone through two apartment moves and a few boxes and none of the parts broke.
Summary: Great price point. A little loud when taking paper into the printer. But, I think it's priced right for what you want it to do. Also, the online registration can be frustrating. If you stick it through it's worth it. Have a great life.
Summary: I was fighting the 4 separate ink cartridges but seems like that's where all HP products are moving to. Overall it meets my expectations and I'm able to print from my phone and ipad with ease so life is good and I recommend this product.
Summary: I have had my fair share of dud printers, so I was quite pleased to find that my latest purchase was not in vain. The printing is fast, the quality is great for a home printer, and best of all I had no troubles connecting the printer to my home network.
Summary: The printer came very efficiently packaged and easy to install. The color and black and white prints are not a clear/sharp as I expected. It was easy to set up and works great - would like better print copy quality.
Summary: A very good printer for the money. Easy to hook up, either wireless or with a cable. If you have a USB cable from your last printer don't bother getting another one. A little noisy, but it works.
Summary: This all-in-one wireless printer replaced our old Photosmart C7180 at less than half the price. The new one lacks fax function, but we seldom used that. The 6150 is sleek looking, noticeably faster and takes up a little less space on the desk.
Summary: Have had the printer for only 3 weeks now, so cannot comment on reliability; print quality seems fine for text, have not tried it yet in photo mode. I found setup to be not quite as intuitive as HP would have me believe, but it was manageable (most done from computer in newtorked environment,...
Summary: This printer is very easy to setup as a network printer. Basically, remove the packing material, power up, and follow the direction on the LCD panel. I setup all 3 of my PCs without any problem.
Summary: I bought this printer on sale at Target but felt the need to review it. I know my way around a computer, but am by no means tech savvy. I read instructions, watch videos, everything I can before starting to mess with wires and stuff. This was the EASIEST set up of my life.