Reviews and Problems with HP Photosmart C4380 All-in-One
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HP seems to worth the buy!!
9 September 2012
Excerpt: The beginning of the year 2011, I purchased a laptop computer and I decided to buy a printer. I definitely had the need to print email, tickets etc, with the hope to also print photos. The printer works great and came with the needed ink to start me off. Sometimes I have a problem with the printer going offline, but for the most part I do not have any printer problems.
Excerpt: I have had my Hewlett Packard Photosmart All-In-One InkJet Printer for about 2 years. It's fabulous! it was really easy to set up, all it takes is plugging in, basically, and then connecting to your computer. What is stupid is that my printer didn't come with a USB cable to connect it to my computer (I just remembered that now.) . super annoying, I had to make a special trip out just to get a USB cable. luckily it wasn't expensive.
Excerpt: I purchased the HP all in one and just love it. I love the copying feature and also the photo I print are unbelievable. No more waiting line at Walmart to print photos. Also long ink life in the cartridges is a real plus. Love this machine.
Excerpt: We purchased the HP Photosmart Printer after having our Lexmark act all weird once we upgraded out computer--they just could not be compatible no matter what I did. When we went to make the purchase, the biggest draw for us was this one was small, in our price range and was able to not only print, but scan. It is wireless--which is awesome! The computer within this item is so fancy.
Excerpt: I have a home office and a printer is a necessity! I went out and purchased this HP printer, it had a great price and its size and its all in one features and memory card readers. All functions work like they should however my biggest complaint is that I relay a lot on black and white printing so by the third day of using, I must of have a quarter of ink left and I was using the quick printing option!
Excerpt: So I received this printer for free when I purchased my new MacBook so I guess I can't really complain since I did not have to pay for it but at this point, I would have rather payed a few bucks to get a better printer. The quality of printing is not really the issue but it is the durability. I have maybe used it for a year now (and use it only every few weeks) and its very faulty.
Excerpt: I bought this printer a while back during school. I got lucky with the price because wal-mart had it on sale for some unknown reason. However the best part of this printer is the wireless connectivity. You can set your printer up anywhere in the house and print from your bed on days where you feel completely lazy, which is a big upper for me.
Excerpt: We have had our printer for quite awhile and it has yet to give us major problems. The one downside is that ink is expensive, but I think that is with any printer. We mainly print daily things, no picures, as to not waste ink.
Excerpt: I bought this computer a couple of years ago and have been very happy with it. It prints clear, crisp pages, including photographs. It is wireless, so everyone in the household can use it. It scans, copies, and even has slots for various card readers so that I can easily download pictures from my digital camera or transfer data from work or school to home with ease.
Excerpt: I got this printer for 20 dollars with the purchase of a computer. For what it is, it does a decent job. The printing is not super high quality, and the ink runs out somewhat frequently, at least moreso than my other printers. The printer itself feels and looks pretty cheap. The controls are fairly easy to use, and the printer is easily installed on any windows computer. Again, my biggest complaint really is that the ink runs out quite quickly.