Summary: I had a printer just like it and it broke so I wanted one the same. they are great printers but HP does not make them any more. I am sure they have ones just as good but I had these cartridges that I needed to use up and they are not cheap.
Summary: Great printing quality but slugish when printing a large file...wanted to print a picture of my son and when clicked to print, it took just about 1 minute to process and start printing. You will definately need to upgrade the printer's memory if you want it to print faster...I have done that and it now takes roughly 15-20 seconds to print my 8MP pictures. Other than that, it is a good entry level printer.
Summary: (I bought this printer in 2005 - and this is the review I wrote at the time on another site. I am trying to include more reviews at Amazon so decided to transfer it here.) I am mostly a personal user, with some small-business use thrown in. I will get NOWHERE near the 30,000 monthly cycle pages this printer is rated for (I won't even get near that in a year)...so why did I get this one? Especially when I already have a monochrome laser and photo inkjet printer??
Summary: I've read a lot of bad reviews, but I have to say mine works perfectly. I have a mac, and it's hooked up remotely/ wirelessly, and it's only jammed once in 3 years. No problems. I'm shocked so many others have had such trouble!
Summary: Hello Everyone! Sikna says: Yes, you can use all your HP Color LaserJet 2550 Series toners. Use the HP ToolBox to change the device settings for toner low and drum low from the default of 20% to the minimum of 1%. This is not mentioned anywhere in the HP guides or manuals. In addition, although you cannot continue to use your own still part-full toners when the chip stops things, you can use part-full toners from another printer.