Summary: When we bought this printer we noticed that it had a really low price, so we thought it might not work all that well. We hooked it up (it took about 1/2 of an hour) and it worked really well, for about a month. Then it started taking 3 and 4 peices of paper every time we printed 1 page.
Summary: A friend told me the PSC 1311 was the less expensive version of the PSC 1315 since the 1311 is for sale on the internet. I bought the 1311 and I love it. I have not used the scanner yet but the print and copy features are easy to use and very convenient for my home office.
Fine for printing single sheets, otherwise it's JUNK!
Marilynn Ferguson, Amazon
19 August 2005
Summary: UPDATE: If I could change my original 3-star rating to 1 star, I would! There is no need to put up with such frustration after all, even at the low-tier price range! It's one year later, and I finally gave up putting up with this piece of junk, and replaced it with a Canon Pixma MP150 (which was...
For $79.99 the PSC 1311 Deserves 6 Stars and 2 Thumbs Up!
Harry Flashman, Amazon
8 August 2005
Summary: "...a little loud." "...had to download patches..." Come on people, this baby costs 80 bucks, and many people seem to be upset that it doesn't have a bread buttering control or that it works poorly when you weigh down the paper feeder with a 20-pound river rock to stop multiple page feeds.