Summary: I've had this printer for about a year and bought it mainly because of price and needed a printer/scanner/copier. So far, I haven't had any problems with it and didn't have a problem setting it up.
Nice Inexpensive Compact All-in-one Printer with Pricey Ink
Waiting for "Goto", Amazon
30 October 2004
Summary: Many people have given their detailed reviews (pros and cons) of this all-in-one printer. So I'm not going to elaborate on my feedback. I got mine at the after-rebate price of $59.99 (a great deal), and for the price it's a very functional, decent all-in-one printer that fulfills my wife's needs--a...
Summary: Great Aspects: The price of this HP printer (or almost any HP PSC All-in-One) makes it very good value. There is nothing incredibly spectacular about its features but it prints, scans, and copies with good quality and is very easy to use as well as being pretty compact.
Summary: This is an ideal unit for people needing a printer/scanner/copier all-in-one. While the printing isn't exactly photo-quality (what do you expect at this pricepoint or for a unit that does so many other things) it is more than acceptable. I use the printer for maps, directions, Word documents, etc.
Summary: I liked being able to replace a printer and scanner with a single machine, and it prints, scans, and copies really well. Color copies are a bit "off color" but do the trick for my purposes. Wouldn't recommend for a high-volume use, such as home office/business.
Summary: The best feature of this printer is the copying. You can make up to 10 copies, one page at a time, either black and white or color. Given the price, its a nice little addition to the home office. The copies are about 95 percent (subjective) quality of the original.
Great once you figure out the paper selector feature
30 October 2004
Summary: I WOULD RECOMMEND BUYING THIS MODEL but wished I had read a review like this one first to save me a bunch of time - which, is why I write this. I hope it helps... First, I bought this as a factory reconditioned item January 4th, 2005 at Staples.
Summary: I've had this printer for over three years, and just now it's died. While there have been a few minor issues with it over the years (unfortunately I can't tell you what, my tech-savvy boyfriend took care of everything) for the great majority of the time everything has been peachy.