Summary: I bought this printer in 2006. I've printed thousands of pages. It's still going strong. This printer is a real workhorse. I do wish it was a tad bit smaller but I can't argue with how well it has worked for me. I've never had to take it in once for repairs. Unfortunately, I hear HP has discontinued this particular printer model. How ironic would it be if the reason HP doesn't make this printer anymore is because it was a great product that lasted for years.
Summary: I have not used the printer yet so it's difficult to rate speed and print quality. I did greatly appreciate the customer service I received and look forward to using this printer very soon. It's small enough to carry to meetings and the set up is easy.
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Eric J Biagas, Amazon
23 April 2013
Summary: I travel for a living and though it isn't ideal, I'm able to stash this printer in my book sack along with two other computers. It won't break any time records.... but it is very consistent! Everyone who uses it or sees it in action is now wanting to get one. Perfect solution for those on the go.
Summary: When I was trying to decide which printer to buy I knew I wanted 2 things: 1. Compact 2. Great quality prints The choice for me came down to the Canon Pixma iP90v Photo Inkjet Printer and the HP Deskjet 460c. I won't lie, initially the Canon seemed more attractive until I realized that it only worked with IE6 (eek!) which is when I started looking at the HP.
Summary: I bought this printer at the bequest of a customer for his home office install. It works great and the Bluetooth option is worth getting! Basically the only difference between the 460C, 460WF and 460WBT is the type of card includes for the Compact Flash slot. WF has a Wireless CF card, and the WBT has a Bluetooth CF Card. If your laptop is bluetooth capable and WBT option is great - no wires and setup literally takes 5 mins.