Awesome printer, high quality results, and great cost
27 July 2014
Summary: I don't have a lot to say...it's a printer, and I don't print a ton of stuff. It prints quickly, and there's no ink to dry. I love this printer, simple as it is. You need to upgrade the memory for high-resolution printing, which is only $25 on Amazon.
Summary: I have had this for about a year now and love it. It works well. My only complaint is that it said it needed new toner and i was able to find a site on utube that explained how to reset the toner from the front panel. this worked and i got several more months of printing before I replaced the toner
Summary: If all pieces of technological equipment were designed this way, life would be far less frustrating. This printer just plain works. It prints clear, precise, beautiful color prints and quickly prints black and white documents.
Summary: When an older and very expensive HP inkjet gave up the ghost I put this in its place. Setup was easy. I honestly can't remember if I made this a wired Ethernet printer or if I just put it on the Wifi network. Probably WiFi given the location of it, and lack of ethernet ports there.
Summary: I looked long and hard before buying a color printer. Inkjets are now out of the question due to the changes made to them in recent years regarding the cartridges. Why should anyone have to change all the cartridges because one ran out?
Summary: I had been procrastinating about getting another cololr laser printer for my home network. We were using a Dell wireless printer that printed when it felt like it. It would go to sleep and no wake up with a print request. Thus requiring us to unplug it and replug it every time. What a pain.
Summary: For a low-cost printer with a relatively small footprint, it performs better than the $2,000 printer that I replaced. The only drawback is that the supply costs for color are greater than for my previous printer.
Summary: I love this machine, just be sure to use the correct plug in for wireless or USB. I could not get it to work and then after several frustrating days, I discovered that I was trying to use the wireless port instead of the USB port that I needed.