Summary: I got this printer from Walmart at a cheap price. I am happy with the print quality and don't mind the loud noise and shake pretty good. The disappointment I have is that this damn printer eat up ink way to fast for my liking. Eat up a set of cartrige with probably less than 100 pages.
Summary: This printer is a mess. Yes, it's inexpensive (mine was free with rebate). But it's your classic loss leader, "razor and blade" model - give the printer (razor) away, stick it to the customer on cartridges (blades).
Summary: The printed output is not really all that good. But it works for me. Have had it for 6 months or so but only print a couple of pages a month. When the ink goes out I will buy another printer as the ink refill costs are just too much.
Summary: I bought this locally at a famous low-price leading retailer on an impulse (I needed a new printer anyway). They had it for about 10% less than Amazon which I thought, thought, was a great deal. Little did I know it was not. The old adage does hold true for this printer, "you get what you pay for.
Summary: Seems to print fine, the PC and printer disconnected a couple of times in the middle of printing, not sure if this will continue. I loaded this on my laptop using XP OS. The paper feed sounds like a trap door opening, its very loud.
Summary: This printer produces decent output for this price range. Real-world Speed is quite good and appropriate for any occasional printing. A bit on the wide side but does not occupy too much desk space.
Summary: Nice little printer, strangely I got it cheaper two years ago from high street than its current price. Good for printing long documents, very long warm up time. Reminds me of an old American muscle car engine, once it gets shaking so does my whole desk, and can be heard for miles.