Summary: I absolutely despise our printer. I can't wait to get a new printer and I will make sure it is not HP (NEVER AGAIN!) and that it is not microchipped to fail. Yes, that's right: our printer has a microchip that makes it not work anymore because we've owned it too long. We have to change the date on our computer's calendar to use it. If you set the calendar back a few years then the printer works fine. Otherwise, it displays a flashing "malfunction" light.
Summary: So I ordered this printer... Have you ever heard of getting a printer with NO POWER CABLE? If this was not included, it should have been mentioned. I expected to have to purchase Ink, Printheads and a Printer Cable... But No Power cable... "What's in the Box: 1200d printer, automatic two-sided printing unit, power cord, AC power adapter, getting started guide, setup poster, regulatory leaflet, support flyer, software CD-ROM, HP 11 printheads (black, cyan, magenta, and...
Summary: I have had this printer for a couple of years, it started out of the gate as a great printer, but shortly before I went thru my first ream of paper, the print started to streak and smear. Did many head cleanings and nothing fixed the problem. I ordered brand new print heads (four of them) and I might remind you, the diagnostic program said the print heads were still in good condition. After putting in the new prints heads, the printer was working great again.
Summary: That's the title of someone's feedback, and that's my feedback, too. It gave me every kind of trouble. More details soon; here is the result. After days of emails and 7 pages of fix-it instructions for my brand new 1200, HP finally said they would take back my new printer, give me a refurbished printer, if I paid them $35.00 -- and the refurbished printer would be out of warrenty.
Summary: Over the years I have been highly satisfied with every HP printer I have purchased, until purchasing the HP Business Inkjet 1200N. I use this printer at home, where I print less than 200 pages per month. I have had the printer for about 6 months. The printer crashes on a regular basis. Every light on the console comes on during these crashes.
Summary: Setting this up was a disaster. Very poor documentation, it took twenty minutes to figure out even how to open the cartridges. Then all hell broke loose, it refused to recognize them, and HP's 24/7 phone support turns out to be only 12 hours a day for inkjet printers. After 5 hours of struggling, I went to bed, called the next morning, and finally ascertained the wrong cartridges shipped with the printer.