Reviews and Problems with HP Photosmart e-All-in-One D110a
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Hailya Varia, Amazon
22 June 2013
Summary: I got this printer on sale for 50$ at Target so I'd have one for college. Being in photography classes, I thought this would be rather useful! Sometimes it was, but MOST of the time it was a pain in the ***! (I shouldn't be in crunch time on a project because I'm having printer errors!
Worst Printer EVER!!!! And I used to love HP's!!! ;-( If I could give it ZERO stars, I would!!!
19 June 2013
Summary: I had an old HP Deskjet 840C (I think it was or 842) and it still ran after TWELVE years!!! Very dependable. Never, EVER a single problem. Then 2 years ago, I bought my first laptop, a MacBook Pro and I was offered a wireless printer for a discounted price. Cool!
Summary: I still have yet to actually print photos with it, but the capability is there.
Pros: Easy to use, hasn't jammed yet. Cartridges are easy to replace.
Cons: The only thing that is nearly worthless is the USB printer cable socket. It only barely holds the cable in place, and occasionally wiggles out. Even regular USB ports hold better, why do printers need a specific, worthless, connector? Also, I have no idea how it would handle having USB 3.0 bandwi...
Summary: This printer jams every time I print. Once I clear it, the job goes fine until it thinks it's out of paper. I can only put 10 pieces of paper in the tray or it can't pick one up -- and it thinks it's out of paper when it has three pieces left. Printing takes continuous monitoring.
Pros: It worked great for college with all the printing and coping and scanning. Printed fast and clear. I loved the wireless part of it. Over all a good printer.
Cons: I have owned it now for about 3 1/2 yrs. This last 6 months it is constantly jamming or just plain decides it doesn't want to print. So I turn it off for about a week and then it decides it will print again for a little while then starts to act up again. I just wish if it was gonna die on me it w...
Summary: Igot it cheap --maybe free; I can't remember,--but it hasn't been worth the price. The aggravation alone has made it more costly than the PSC750 I paid good money for. It sends error messages that are-- well -- errors.
Slow, clunky and cheaply made: A shinin example of the crap HP puts out today
16 December 2012
Summary: From the moment I bought this printer, it's been nothing but trouble. To begin with, it takes about a minute or two to actually turn on. Once it has booted up, the controls are slow and unresponsive...sorting through the menu is a pain in the ***.
Summary: This printer is constantly forcing me to print test pages so it can "align" the cartridges. One day, it says my cartridges are genuine HP, then the next day it says they are fake. I get more pop-up messages on my desktop from HP than I can deal with.
Summary: So, I have had this printer for over a year. I bought it when I first moved to TN. I have always bought HP printers. We blow through them fast, well we did when the kids were little. Evidently, printers dislike peanut butter and jelly sandwiches. As well as fish sticks. Go figure!