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.
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.
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...
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.
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...
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.
Excerpt: Complete and utter load of junk and suitable as one thing only, a boat anchor! As stated on a previous review the original cartridges are less than half the capacity of the tremendously expensive replacements. Inkheads (also a fortune) fail too quickly and the whole thing is a disaster.