Summary: Print speed is fine, but terribly loud and slow to start up and it loses internet connection too often. After about a year or two, it rarely finds a connection and keeps it, so we have to plug it in to the laptop. Print quality is fine, but runs out of ink far too quickly.
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: I have HP all in one printers , scanners, that are 8 years or older, and All still working great. I bought this to replace a HP photo printer. What a mistake.Every time you power it up, it takes 2 mins or more to boot up.
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: This printer prints fine if you can get it to work but consumes too much ink. I've had similar all-in-one Canon printers and also Epson printers (Workforce series) and they have overall given me less problems with great print quality.
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.