Reviews and Problems with HP Business Inkjet 1100D
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hp business inkjet 1100 disappointing
9 November 2003
Summary: Having read magazine and on-line reviews from a variety of sources on the 1100 and previously owning a HP 932c, I thought this was the printer for me. (I need good text and color graphics capabilities to create teaching materials for elementary and middle school students, as well as letters to...
Summary: I'm a Division Director and purchased the HP Inkjet 1100 for my office. I'm required to produce correspondence such as business letters, letters to the general public, and interoffice memos. I've owned numerous printers, both laser and inkjet. This is my favorite.
Inkjet Printer of Choice for Low Cost Color Printing
Charles Hooper, Amazon
9 November 2003
Summary: I currently have five of these printers (or the network, dual paper tray 1100dtn) in use, with another on order. This printer has been established as the color desktop printer of choice for the company that I work for, replacing the previous favorite HP 895, which is no longer available.
Summary: It's a very quick printer and the feeder holds a lot of paper, but there are two major snags. There are four cartridges plus four printheads. Plus, there is very little support offered in the box: the only booklet refers to installation.
Summary: This printer is a great choice for a home office/hobbist. It prints up to 4800dpi (good enough for most color prints) and I especially like the built in duplex mode for printing manuals. The ink refills are expensive (most are) but last a reasonable amount of time. But for $199....a great buy.
Summary: I was impressed by the features of this printer. I purchased it to print tech manuals, two sided pages. very happy with the first 60 manuals or so. Setup was not that difficult and operation was simple.
Summary: I thought I finally found a printer that met my needs: auto duplex, independent ink cartridges, reasonably fast, low cost per page, and priced right. And it was made by HP, which I've always thought highly of (at least for printers).
Summary: I bought this to unit replace a dead Lexmark Z53. It looked larger and more solid than the dirt-cheap printers; I calculated that perhaps this one would also not eat expensive ink cartridges as fast as those do.
Excerpt: Review of an old printer that, if you see going cheap, you should jump on it. Why the HP Business 1100d printer.? Well the first reason is that it was on offer at Staples (£49.99-last one in stock clearance type thing).