Summary: First, setting it up was confusing. I was never sure I had it right. Kept seeing a "monitor" logo in my desktray showing I was "hooked up" to an external drive. Never understood that. Second, I quickly learned that the ink was going to cost me a fortune.
Pros: I liked the appearance.
Cons: It makes a lot of noise, ink dries up constantly before used and it DIED when I've only printed probably less than 100 pages.
Summary: Used exactly 1 time before receiving an "Ink System Failure" message, which not only bricks the machine but also clogs your computer screen with endless error messages. After researching, there seems to be no universal fix.
Summary: Last monnth ago I bought it the HP photosmart C6380 AiO from eBay is worth it. I use it a lot to the HP photosmart C6380 AiO is best quatily and also through to my laptop have Wifi and desktop are works.
Summary: I've used this printer model for almost 4 years now. I installed it for 4 other friends and family too. Buying the genuine HP ink is expensive but after trying many different methods of refilling ink and remanufactured ink cartridges, I am most satisfied with the HP ink.
Summary: In classic HP form, this printer was designed to drink ink by the gallon. HP is making a fortune from selling ink for this one. At least one of the 5 separate cartridges needs to be replaced almost every time I use it... and they aren't cheap! Please don't buy this printer, I am warning you.
Summary: I bought this printer on a recommendation and am quite discppointed. It frequently takes a long time to initiate printing, although the print quality is good. I like the copier function and color copies are very good. Photo treatment and printing are the biggest disappointment.
Pros: When they print correctly, photos are fair for home use. Copy function is quite good. Print is sharp. Speed is acceptable. Only need to replace the ink color that is out rather than buy a multi-ink cartridge.
Cons: Misfeed/late feed rate is about 50%, causing a lot of wasted paper and ink. Ink cartridges exhaust quickly and they are expensive. Photos are routinely too dark. Photo editing software is not very friendly. Takes forever to initiate print sometimes.