Reviews and Problems with HP Photosmart C4780 All-in-One
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Value for money 10
could not use.
22 June 2010
Summary: I drive a truck and was looking for a multifunction printer to save space. I saw the F4580 which is basically the same thing in the store, got it and thought all i needed plus wireless. Got onto my truck, plug into my inverter and the adapter doesn't power on.
Summary: The printer and scanner functions work OK over USB, and I consider this AIO printer to be "good for the price." Unfortunately, the wi-fi is worthless. I've spent a month with HP Tech Support trying to get the HP wi-fi functioning, but it hasn't been successful at this point.
Summary: If you buy this printer with the wireless settings in mind, find another printer. There is a chance you may get one of the earlier models (I did) and when you try to set up wireless functionality it bricks. Luckily, there was an update that fixed my printer.
Summary: I've had this for a couple of months and am reasonably happy with it. We had no problems with set up, just plugged it in and it went. It prints nice and fast (not using as a wireless printer though as other reviewers seem not to rate it for this!) but eats ink which is proving expensive.
Summary: I am satisfied with product and my printer is doing a real good job. When I first got it, it was clean and everything but you cannot say thathat it was new. Looked like it been used before. Plus the shipping is really slow. It took me almost 15 days to get my printer.
Summary: My girlfriend had this from her college days. When I tried to use it, it didn't work. It would cycle endlessly on the lcd panel between different modes of operation, making it impossible to print.
Summary: I will admit I bought mine from a major retail...i didn't think it was to bad of a price plus the 2yr warranty, and few freebies they threw in where not that bad...printing quality is good (photo's are nice not great but nice)..
Cheap, reliable but expensive to use over the long haul...
Tech Dude, Amazon
25 August 2009
Summary: It is no secret that HP makes very little, if any, money from the initial sale of these cheap inkjet printers. They make profit and high margins on replacement ink cartridges. This unit is no exception.