Reviews and Problems with HP Photosmart Premium All-in-One
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Uses a Colossal amount of ink. Just OK.
20 April 2014
Summary: This printer works, but its fussy and goes through ink as if on purpose. If you blink, it will go through an ink refresh cycle and waste even more. I can't recommend it. I am a former Epson printer user, and will go back on my next printer purchase.
Summary: I guess I would say the best thing about it is the mechanical reliability and few, if any paper jams. The wireless network receiver failed after about a year of use, but luckily my router is nearby, so I just plug it in with an Ethernet cable.
Summary: This is a fine printer up to a point. But it has an annoying habit of sometimes clunking away for up to a minute before actually printing a page. If you need something printed quick, forget it.
Summary: Have had this item for nearly a year. The quality is superb. But, don't we expect a printer to have quality? And, HP is still usually the best quality printers available. Still, there are frustrations with this printer: 1. Ink consumption is ridiculous.
A good printer but loves its ink like a drunk loves his drink
James D. Summar, Amazon
1 October 2010
Summary: Wireless works with only the occasional hiccup. Setup was easy. Both Mac and PC laptops in our house connect wirelessly. Photos look great. Lots of printer features. But... This thing burns through ink. Make sure to use draft quality for daily print jobs. Replacement cartridges are NOT cheap.
Summary: I became fed up over the frequent jams of my 3-yr old Canon PIXMA printer and selected this HP Photosmart as the replacement in the summer of 2010. I've now used this printer for three months for home use - printing 2 reams of pages, and maybe a hundred photos; I'd offer these observations:...
Good printer; wireless setup requires a bit of luck
James T. Quinn "Jim", Amazon
5 July 2010
Summary: This is a typical HP printer, good but not great. Print, scan and photo print quality are acceptable and equal to the other HP printers I have owned as well as my stand-alone Canon scanner. The unit goes noisily about its business of printing, adjusting, testing, etc.
Summary: I have had several problems with this printer while printing out photos. The touch pad asks if you want to print more photos while printing out one. I touched the pad that said "more photos" and the screen froze several times.
Summary: Be careful if you want to use this printer with wireless connection. I've had nothing but trouble trying to get this to work wirelessly. Generally with wireless you get very long random wait times for the print to come out (30min+ at times!).