Summary: I owned this printer for all of four weeks. Frustratingly, it refused to select paper from the photo tray. This was made worse by the inability of HP Technical Support to diagnose the issue. Their solution: replace the printer with a refurbished one. That was my cue to to return the printer for a refund. But it is the paucity of user information which is most irksome about this printer. It affects every function and, therefore, worse than a paper handling glitch.
Excerpt: Owned the previous model and per the HP website, this is the "successor". Despite HP's ad copy, I did NOT "increase capabilities". I reduced. The newer model no longer allows for CD label printing on printable CDs. I teach in addition to my IT profession and used that feature regularly. I got this printer because I HAD to as the old one died after about 2 years. Need the inline fax line too, and this model only supports "e-faxing".
Pros: Compact Design, Easy To Set Up, Fast Print Time
Cons: No more CD printing, Older model better, Only e-faxing capable
Excerpt: Would have preferred a printer that I can use as a normal fax machine instead of having to pay for an efax service each time I want to fax. I can go to Kinko's and get the same service! Also, turning it on takes 3-4 tries before it lights up. Isn't real compatible with the IMAC desktop I have.
Pros: Easy To Set Up
Cons: Flimsy Construction, Hard To Use, Too much ink used, Unreliable
Excerpt: The output paper tray does not stop paper from flying to the floor when using fast draft. The ink cartridges do not last very long. My old HP 7760 printed better photos although it was slower. I do love the duplexing and the quick copying using the sheet feeder.