Summary: I have owned this printer for nearly 10 years and it is still going strong. It is the perfect printer for occasional home printing use. I am only on my second toner cartridge. For infrequent home printing, a B&W laser printer is the most cost effective solution.
Summary: I ordred this printer because it is the same one that I have that quit working. I didn't want to get rid of the ink I had already so I purchased a new one. It works some of the time and sometimes it seems to have problems.
Summary: This is a great little printer! I am shopping for the cartridge now and decided to write a review. I have had it for many years and have never had any trouble with it. The Print looks good on paper and the cartridges seem to last forever.
Summary: Bought it back in 2004, and doing a review in 2012 is kind of ridiculous, but being a long time owner to this little machine, I have to say, it's fantastic. It prints like a charm, accepts envelopes and text documents are printed in crispy excellent quality.
Summary: Fast printer with great print quality. The only drawback is envelopes. Forget this printer if you want to do a lot of envelopes. But for printing in straight black and white at a cheap cost per page, this is the one to get.
Summary: I have owned this printer since 2004 and have had nothing but good experiences with it until recently. I'm just now shopping for its replacement--not because it has died, but because its OS X support seems to have met its end with the release of Snow Leopard.
Summary: I bought one of these printers for my mother. It works fine most of the time, but once in a while it produces a nasty paper jam. The last time I had to remove the cover (which required removing four screws) and using a screwdriver to rotate the wheel that moves the paper through. Big pain.