Nice product but less attractive when considering amt ink used and the cost
8 April 2012
Summary: This is a great little printer and fast printing. The only thing I don't like about it is that you go through alot of ink. Far more than Kodak. At a hefty price for the ink the value is not a good one. Love all the features this printer has and it does make for alot of convenience. Price is Fair when considering the price of the ink.
Excerpt: My husband and I were looking for a really great all-in-one printer and the salesman sold us on this one. It scans, it prints, it connects easily to all gadgets and it faxes, too. The scanner is really great and the touch screen makes it super easy. The print quality is also very good. The one thing the salesman didn't tell us is that if you don't print a LOT the ink dries up quickly.
Summary: I have had three HP printers First one great inks lasted and had it for years had to replace due to no AirPrint on it. This replacement is awful. Having terrible trouble with the inks. The ink does not last very long so due to this they are quite expensive. You are told that the ink level is getting low but even though the level shows that ink is left it decides no ink and the printer won't work. I have had to replace all inks just to get it to work again.
Summary: The printer is compact, good quality and I especially like the separate paper trays for paper / photo. So you can print photos without changing paper or cartridges. AirPrint is also convenient. However, as a WiFi only printer, I find that you have to regularly reboot the printer. I tried to use auto-off, and turn on only when needed, but then it disables web services (like eFax). So you have to compromise. On eFax, this is a total waste of time.
Summary: My old HP printer (which used HP 364 cartridges) stopped functioning fully just after I had invested in a new stock of 364XL cartidges. I bought the Photosmart 7510 e-All-in one Printer in order not to waste my stock of cartridges (which is, after all, where HP make most of their profit). Although my penny-pinching reduced, in effect, the overall cost of the printer, I now wish I had looked for a cheaper alternative.