Summary: To find the thread on HPs website, Google: 2600n prints grey background on 110lb coverstock
Pros: The color is beautiful, and it seems to be capable of handling many different type and weights of paper.
Cons: I've had it for less than a year. I have a small printing business out of my home, it prints many things well, but the specs said this would print on glossy brochure paper and heavy cardstock. I have never been able to print brochures (they come out looking like i stepped on them), and cardstock ...
Pros: it prints clear on black and white Documents.
Cons: I thought this was a wonderful printer when I frist got it.but the price of Toner is out Rages when you have to buy four of them at once.I print alot of Documents and thought if I tried to set it at gray scale to only black and white to save money on Toner and it still used some color while print...
Summary: My last HP product because of their misleading information.
Pros: For it's price it does a fairly good job, initial banding problems easy to resolve. Extremely easy to setup on my home network.
Cons: HP misled their intentions of windows xp 64bit support. Last year when I researched this they said a driver would be out in December. April of 2006 they came out and said they were not going to support windows xp 64bit with this printer. Now I have a printer that I cannot use it on all of my comp...
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Steve in Texas, Amazon
20 March 2006
Summary: My brother brought his brand spanking new NOT previously opened by human hands 2600N printer home from Best Buy only to find that it was missing all four toner cartridges. Thankfully Best Buy swapped it out for one that came complete from HP.
Summary: I migh have a defective printer but this is what I encountered. I want 2 computers to share this printer. I connected one PC via the Ethernet port, everything printed good. I than connected second PC on the USB port, everthing worked great.
Summary: Because of the good reviews from everyone else, I thought that this would be a great printer, but it did not live up to my expectations. Its pretty loud, leaves toner streaks, and most importantly, the print quality is not good, and we have tried different things, like special paper.
Summary: Unit was ordered only to replace like unit that cost of repairs was thought to exceed value. Verified with seller before purchase that there should be no problem using existing cartridges since unit came without those & was advised it should not be a problem. Orded & received promptly as advertised.
Summary: Beware the low price on the HP 2600 series printers. The quality of black and white prints are good and the usual HP quality is apparent in construction, BUT: 1) The color is not only terrible, it gets wore over time.