Summary: I order a Hewlett Packard C-6180 printer and received instead a C-6280 and without power cord or usb connector. It was bad enough to get the wrong item, but even worse without the basic accessories required to run it.
How can it need ink if I haven't printed anything yet
1 December 2012
Summary: I turned it on and the first thing that it said was that the ink - the very ink that came with the printer - had expired. So out by the curb this printer goes and I'm not buying any more printers from HP.
Summary: This printer worked OK for about three years before descending into a series of ink system problems, power supply issues. I was able to get it going several times by trying oddball fixes on the Net (take out the yellow ink, unplug ... ) but have finally had enough.
Summary: Despite multiple attempts, I'm unable to get this machine to scan a document to my MacBook Pro computer. I've gone through the reinstallation of drivers and through the HP troubleshooting process on their web site over and over without any success.
Summary: Horrible printer. Printer's mediocre pictures. It's cheaper per print to order them from shutterfly, apple, smugmug, whoever, and you get better quality. Plus, mine just died after a 3 months of ownership. The yellow print cartridge error of death. google this before you buy this printer.
Summary: I couldn't be more disappointed with this product. The software requires about 10 applications which all seem to start when the computer starts up. They run in the background and make the computer run horribly slow. The applications crash or hang when you try to shut down the computer.
Summary: I wish I had bought something else. Only a tiny space for paper so I am constantly refilling. Also uses A LOT of ink and interrupts constantly to tell you, low on ink, out of ink, want to order ink?, want to print in black only? Very disruptive, also noisy.