Reviews and Problems with HP Photosmart Plus All-in-One Printer
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Piece of Junk
28 September 2013
Summary: I never write reviews, but hate this thing so much, and think that it is such piece of crap, i just had to write this. Really it deserves 0 stars, not one. Wireless will seldom work, be prepared to re-setup this thing every time you want to print. Just bought all new ink cartridges and it tells me they are half gone already. Next day it tells me they are all corrupt and i need ot buy new ones.
Summary: If you are curious about what the Dark Lord Sauron did after creating the race of Uruk-hai, look no further than this printer. I don't know where to begin about what I hate most about this product, but I'll try. 1. It uses too much ink: After what seemed like a dozen pages, it ran out of ink - really expensive ink. 2. Black doesn't print: It stopped printing black, so I replaced the black cartridge, still no luck.
Summary: This is the WORST printer on the planet. It won't print more than two pages (literally 2 pages) without fading and asking for another EXPENSIVE ink cartridge - if it prints at all. I have to open it and clean the ink pad at least three times to print five pages. The wifi doesn't work properly and I have to manually jam paper into the feeder because the rollers don't "catch" anything. DO NOT BUY! I would like to throw tomatoes at whoever approved this piece of garbage.
Summary: i haven't been this frustrated with a printer since the last time HP tried to force me to use their ridiculous, bloated, counter-intuitive and fury inducing software back in the 90's. Slow, very slow, software (if you can ever find it) is laughably pre-school targeted; i have to say thank you though to this product for resurrecting a temper and a shouting spree from me that i had figured was cured over 10 years ago - i'm hurrying this review up so i can pitch this...
Summary: DO NOT WASTE YOUR MONEY ! THE INK ALONE COSTS SO MUCH. I BARELY USE THE PRINTER JUST EMERGENCY PRINTING & AFTER 15 PAGES INK WAS ALREADY SHOWING LOW. NO WONDER IT WAS $80 ON BLACK FRIDAY IN WALMART. THIS IS A PIECE OF CRAP. IM GOING TO HAVE TO SELL IT !
Summary: I have never been so upset about buying a product. So upset that I'm taking the time to write a review. This printer is loud, the wireless works when it wants to (which is not often), the ink is very expensive since the cartriges are only good for a few pages or a couple of pictures. Even worse, the HP help desk was worthless; I think they get a lot of calls about this printer. I stopped using the wireless on this and hooked up to my computer with USB.
Summary: This is the worst printer ever! It constantly needs expensive ink (I don't print things often). After replacing the ink and printing 3 pictures it asked me to replace the ink! Wireless print doesn't always work and web apps don't work. Something with the Wifi on the printer is the problem, sometimes it works and usually it doesn't. Constantly freezes and displays error messages. I am done with HP!
Summary: I only got about 2 months of extremely light use out of it before it began to malfunction. It wouldn't connect to the wifi and when I did get it to connect, it wouldn't print anything. And if by some miracle I DID get it to print something It kept saying the paper was out. When I FINALLY got it to accept the paper it skipped lines and decided what words it wanted to print and which words it didn't.
Summary: This printer uses an insane amount of ink. I use for small print jobs about once every other month. I have to replace all the cartridges each time I use it. It is constantly "cleaning" the cartridge heads wasting ink. I have had several HP printers in the past, but this will be my last. They have taken advantage of their once good reputation for printers.
Summary: The wireless function was spotty at-best, both from my laptop and iPad. Every time it shut off I had to re-enter the wireless info to get it to connect. That seemed a little demanding, but it was pretty so I was willing to endure that little quirk. Then the B210 went through its expensive ink cartridges after only 50 or so sheets of paper. So it's VERY demanding. Still that touch screen was pretty slick. After that followed paper selection issues.