Excerpt: I've owned my HP printer for 7 years and it's still running strong. I just finished printing out my wedding invitations on it and scanning on old photos that were taken with a film camera as a way to preserve the pictures until I can afford a film scanner. I don't print on a daily basis now but the first two years of ownership i printed several times a day while attending my two final years of college. In addition, I used this printer to print my artistic portfolio to...
Excerpt: A review for an older product.... but I still have and love my HP PSC 2110. And although I've gone wireless, I'm keeping this printer as a stand alone printer. The copy feature can't be beat - it scans, reduces, enlarges, darker/lighter ink, etc. My newer HP, although another great product, doesn't do everything this older version does. The lid comes off for over-sized scanning, too. If there were just an easy and cheap way to make it wireless....
Excerpt: I love this all in one printer. They are affordable, easy to install and use. Anytime you ever have trouble with it, just go to hp's website and they fix it without any problems. Scans look great too. It prints pretty fast. However, I would not recommend printing many pictures with it. That can get a bit expensive. The ink is costly.
Summary: I'm now buying my 2nd HP PSC 2110 All-In-One Inkjet Printer. The 1st one just died. I bought it December 2003(NO TYPO!!) and this is the 1st time it ever gave me any problems. If this one lasts until I use up all of my extra inks it will STILL be a deal! I suspect that I've printed 50,000 pages ranging from receipts to full 8 by 11 color photographs. Plus I've scanned easily 20,000 different items as well.
Summary: We bought another HP PSC 2110 printer around 2002 or 2003 and it was a wonderful addition to our household machinery. When it gave up the ghost this year,2011, I purchased this second 2110 and am just as pleased with it as I was with the first printer.
Summary: This is an above average ink jet printer if you can pick one up used for $40 or less (including shipping). I have had mine 3 years now and use it more than it was designed to be used. The printer does have some annoying error messages, but if your any good with a search engine, they're simple to get around. I refill all the ink cartridges I use (here is where your errors messages begin-HP really tries to frustrate you with this) and never spend more than $5/cartridge.
Summary: This HP printer comes ready to use. When I received mine, I plugged it in to my laptop and was ready to go. Unlike some printers, I didn't need a disk or run through an installation process. Overall, the printer is very easy to use and includes copying, scanning, and printing in black and white or color. I chose to purchase the HP PSC 2110 All-in-One because I had owned one previously that broke.
Summary: receieved printer, haven't used yet , doest have correct wire to hook to my computer.I received package in good time, also operating disc and book.Don't know yet how good it prints. whtsmyln2006.