Excerpt: I got this printer on sale and I loved that it was an all-in-one printer. It had the scanner, copy machine and printer all built in. Well, when I first installed it everything worked great, then my husband and I moved. When we plugged the machine back in we couldn't get the scanner to work. No matter what we did this thing would not work.
Summary: i realized when it arrived at my house that it was only the machine,so i had to run around,luckily i had a plug to connect it to a laptop but the power cord is the most difficult plug to get ur hands on,went to two different radio shacks and they said they couldn't help,hp didn't sell it on their website,luckily i have a technical wizard for a cousin and he had a old printer with the right plug so i could see if it even works,the plug needs to have a lil prong on the...
Summary: not without it's problems. I've had a 1410 for about 3 years. I recently tried "upgrading" to a Kodak, and wound up going back to my HP. as far as reliability and print quality, it works okay for me. However, when I have projects that require alot of printing, I know I'll fly though cartridges like they were water. This printer does use ALOT of ink. It's less efficient with ink than the 1210 before it. I also thought the 1210 had higher image quality on photoprinting.
Summary: I like the all in one design, but the software is abnxious compared to my previous lexmark. Not nearly as user friendly. And it CANNOT be set up to print wireless over a network. Big downfall for me.
Summary: I bought this all-in-one at WallyWorld shortly after I bought my Dell PC in September 2005. I was using an older HP 610 (I think) that just decided to die one night; so I bought this as a replacement. The big draws were the scan and copy functions, and those have consistently worked well for me.
Summary: I have used this printer consistently for over to years now. As a graphic designer I have put it through a lot of work in these two years and it show. I can't print anything that uses a lot of ink anymore because it can't handle it. However, it did work well under heavy usage for over two years, I have no problems with paper not pulling, but it does eat A LOT of ink. On or two full page images is enough to eat a cartridge unless you let it sit overnight.
Summary: I got this for free with my notebook. As far as a free printer goes, you really can't expect much more. The colors are vibrant enough, and it prints pretty fast. Haven't had any paper jams. The scanner is of fairly high quality as well. However, it does eat up ink a good lot. As a student who has to print out lots of documents for his classes, I just use the college library printers by now, as I doubt this ol' thing could keep enough black ink to last more than 100...
Summary: Not bad for the price at what I got it for. Not the most reliable unit that one can have but you get what you pay for. Really low price unit that one can use for your kids computer or personal printing. Scanner/copier works well.
Summary: I bought this for home use and it does an okay job, if I had this for work use it would be a nightmare. The main problem is that the printer output drops the printed paged right on top of the feeder tray. Why someone thought this was a wise design choice is beyond me. Basically anytime I print I have to stand there and pull off each page as it comes out or it will get caught in the feeder and jam the printer.