Summary: Bought this refurbished HP Color LaserJet 2600n printer for $99 after my previous model of the same name finally gave up after many, many years of excellent service. I plan to get many, many years out of this one as well. Great printer for low volume office or home use.
Summary: This review is many years after the fact because i feel it still deserves one. I bought this printer when it first came out in 2007, making this device now 6 years old. I print very little, probably around 10-20 pages a month with that said I'm still on the ORGINAL "intro" toners.
Summary: It prints color very fast, and it has been very reliable. My main problems have been: -- it was hard to get Ubuntu Linux configured to print to it, especially before HP put the Linux package on their website -- on Windows, the installation software package is huge, and takes a while to install --...
Summary: We currently have this printer, but it was at the end of its life. We decided to buy this on Amazon after reading many ads. We decided on this vendor and everything was perfect. It arrived as expected and in mint condition. It was better than I expected considering it was used.
Does everything I need it to do for me but drive me places and completing my homework.
Travis Stein, Amazon
29 January 2009
Summary: I've had this for a couple of years now and when it came out, it was expensive as hell. I suspect this is where a majority of the 3 star and below reviews come from is those who bought it at that price or higher. I want to say this one was on sale for $450-499 when I got it.
Summary: I have had the 2600n printer for over a year now and consider it one of my best printer purchases. I got it at Staples when it was on sale for $299! What lured me to the machine was its ability to print on index card stock (for recipes) and the fact that HPs come with full toner cartridges.