Summary: I've had nothing but problems with this printer. Not only does the autofeeder jam constantly, but I have to reinstall the printer on my laptop every time I want to print to it because it keeps saying that it's offline. I'm SO over this thing!
Summary: I've had this for about 2 or 3 years. When it prints, it prints well. The LCD control panel / screen thing is easy to use. It has not jammed a whole lot either. It has lasted longer then my canon PIXMA or whatever it was. That ended up with a major print engine problem after 2 years.
Summary: Lasted about a year or so, with frequent need to clean printhead, then couldn't clean. I won't buy a HP printer again, not worth the price when others are cheaper and do as much. The "eFax" is a complete rip off, requires a monthly fee. Very disappointing.
For the first 1-2 years this was a pretty good little printer with some nice features
Bryan L. Jensen "book&movie.mom", Amazon
14 May 2015
Summary: For the first 1-2 years this was a pretty good little printer with some nice features. It printed nicely and produced a pretty decent photo also. However, the ink runs out incredibly fast, the cartridges are tiny and need to be replaced constantly and they are expensive.
I HATE THIS PRINTER!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
31 March 2015
Summary: Wow, this is absolutely the most painful piece of computer equipment I have ever had the misery of "working" with. I put quotes around working because this printer rarely does. Rather, I spend more time trying to figure out how to get it to connect to my network.
Summary: Pretty good value for the price. Wireless capability works well. It does use ink. Normally print in black and white. Print pictures once in awhile. Have started using wal mart self developing process. Works well and is cheaper to use for the small number of pictures I print
Summary: The printer is not bad. It does use ink, but all printers do. After having it for a few years, the printhead got clogged with ink and I was able to unclog it by soaking it in water (instructions at http://bit.ly/1i8ZSIi) rather than by paying $70 to HP for a new one.