I would recommend this product. Especially if you're a college student.
19 February 2013
Summary: It's a great product. And luckily I got it for like 13 dollars. But it's pretty much a printer for printing off basic word documents. Not for things that require higher quality. The internet pages print off a little lopsided. it's funny but it actually all fits on the page. So i can't complain. I'm happy with this product.
Summary: Bought this printer because my old one (also an HP PSC 1350)started experiencing problems after 7 years of home use. It's quite functional and reliable. Found a good deal on e-bay from a highly rated seller and figured to stay with a model that had worked well for as long as my old one had.
Excerpt: "...a while ago with my HP PC, and the first thing I noticed was that it didnt need any installation. It was pre- installed on the computer, which is something to bear in mind if you have a not very old HP computer. I therefore can't report on ease of Intallation, but it came with a disk, which is always a good sign. As standalone It is just unbelievably easy to use. Turn it on, insert what you want to copy, as little as 1 button press later you have ...
Pros: quite fast, compact, reliable, great quality, built in card reader, compact, ink lasts long time, easy to use
Excerpt: "...as it recognises only genuine Hp products. Overall I would say the good points definitely outweigh the bad. If this one broke I would even go out and buy the same model again. They are inexpensive for all of what it does (I have seen them for under £100 brand new) and the cartridges for it are common ones and they have been coming down in price. ...
Pros: Superb print quality, easy to use, built in card reader and good scan quality .
Cons: A bit bulky and you have to have access to the lid .
Excerpt: "...haven't had need to contact HP so I don't know what their customer service/support is like so I have rated this as satisfactory. Overall very happy with this little work horse, highly recommended. ...
Pros: It does everything for average household use
Cons: Sometimes a little annoying when it runs out of paper
Excerpt: "Hi! at the moment my beloved PB 3120 Laptop, is dun-dun-duh!! BROKE. It didn't last very long but eh! neither would anything the way I treat it, or would it. Well a year and a half on my Packard Bell IConnect 1350 still works, and I tells ya, it has had a few beatings and bumps. To include a few: Dropping it from my table, spilling coffee on my monitor and keyboard and a Cd blew up, Yep! actually blew up wrecking my DVD drive (Thanks for the album ...
Pros: had no problems with it, yet
Cons: the tower is a bit tacky, can fall apart easy
Excerpt: "...with a 15" moniter, a HP scanjet 2001c scanner and a Lexmark Z22 printer in February 2001 and it cost £999. It’s more or less the same as the 1350 here are the specs: - Processor: 700mhz Intel Celoron Memory: 64MB SDRAM Hard Disk: 20GB CD ROM: Samsung DVD/CDRW combo Graphics: On board VGA Sound: On board I agree with the other people that have complained about the Iconnect on here. I have had problems mine from the very begining It crashed ...
Pros: erm . . . its errr there arent any really . it makes a good paper weight or door stop thoug and it looks pretty in the corner of the room
Cons: unreliable, keeps crashing . . . like an expencive paper weight .
Excerpt: "I bought my Iconnect from Dixon's last August for £899 and have had nothing but complaints. It started after 2 weeks when my mouse and key board stoped working. After a few checks, the problem was that the USB ports wouldn't recognise. After calling the support line I was advised remastering the system with the recovery disc. Thus loosing all my personal files, most of wich were too large to back up to floppy, I couldn't have backed up in any case ...
Cons: Unreliable equipment, poor aftersales support from Packad Bell