Summary: Having owned one of these PSCs for a while now, I thought I would share my experiences. Firstly, HP software is a nightmare... for goodness sake just install the bare minimum of things and don't let it have the free run of your hard drive.
Summary: This was printer number 7 in my household, having trawled through the usual useless heaps of rickety plastic that had been abandoned in frustration. I had given up on a printer of my own. But a wireless printer! I had to try it. So two years ago we invested in the C4380 and haven't looked back.
Summary: I've had HP printers since before Windows 3.1 and have had good reliable performance from them with reasonable ink costs and decent backup from HP - UNTIL NOW! Th C4380 has given me nothing but trouble since the first installation to my wireless network which includes Mac (10.4), Windows desktop and...
Summary: This budget printer did the job for a while (though I ended up connecting via USB to my PC as the wireless connection kept hanging), but frequent paper jams and misfeed problems have caused major problems now that it is over 1 year old.
Hey Ho! Let's Go! and tell everyone how good this is...
4 October 2009
Excerpt: This is nice. This is great. This is awesome! I got this printer with about £60 off the original price by buying it with an iMac, and have loved it since. This printer looks great anywhere in the house (and i say anywhere as this printer can be used wireless).
Pros: Easy to use, Wireless, Simple .
Cons: Price of Cartridges is a small problem but could be overlooked .
Excerpt: I've had this printer for 3 months now (after my last HP finally decided to wheeze it's last) and I am rather impressed by it. I'm going to do this review by different tasks you can use it for :) Simple B&W printing: This printer excels at quickly printing what seems like reams of my research and...
Summary: I dont know what it is with HP and their software,it is so intrusive! You have to be extremely careful when selecting installation options or you will spend the rest of your computing life being connected to HP sites to buy supplies, fill in surveys, register the product (which incidentley they seem...
Summary: Plus point to start with: its Mac software is completely compatible, integrated, and does what it should. For this reason I would buy another HP device: it is a much better experience than my last Epson.
Summary: As a HP customer (as far as printers go) for over 15 years, it was HP I turned to for a new Wi-Fi printer. Bought the HP4380 and found it easy-ish to set up wirelessly (very easy for main PC, slightly awkward for others in house).