HP has "some" real work-horse printers - buy one if you can find one.
9 March 2014
Summary: In general a very good printer (one would consider it a work-horse of the office as it does the printing of many with little too no upkeep). Try to stick with OEM toner and you'll increase the life of the printer and get better results. Firms doing re-fills have always impacted the quality of an HP printer. Toner costs more than a used printer, but that seems to be the norm anymore (buy the printer for $10 and spend thousands on toner or ink cartridges.....
Summary: a gift is a gift is a gift I guess, but when you give someone a gift you do need to get them something good.......this is good, not great as greatness does cost more..........but for good it is good as they said it would.
Summary: Needed this printer to save messages and pictures stored on my webtv system before up grading to my new Mac Pro. It did everything I had hoped for and needed to do in order to accomplish this. It's simple and easy to use, and I'm very satisfied with the results.
Summary: I have to say this is the best printer I have ever owned. I have had it for 10 years now. Yes, TEN years! That is ancient in the world of electronics. And it's still going strong! I keep thinking it's so old I should upgrade but then wonder, why? It still prints fantastic photo-quality images, and it has never malfunctioned in 10 years. How many other electronic devices can you say you've had and used for 10 years and have never broken down?