Only compatible with Windows 7 to a certain degree...
Amazon Customer "KathyAtHome", Amazon
19 November 2014
Summary: Although the seller's description is technically accurate "compatible with Windows 98 and later," that is a little misleading. The Windows Toolbox and HP Print and Scan Doctor utilities that one needs to align the printheads are not compatible with any OS later than Windows XP. After much research and experimenting with both of these programs (Windows Toolbox is mentioned in the user's manual in the troubleshooting steps), HP representatives themselves have told me there...
Summary: I bought this for my boyfriend 3 years ago when he was living in Haiti and couldn't rely on electricity, he is back in the states now and still using it. It's a great printer, excellent quality in every possible way. Definitely one of my best investments.
a must have for mobile college students, and those who travel from place to place all day to work.
The Defiant One, Amazon
4 November 2013
Summary: this was a lifesaver when I was in college, I could set up anywhere and not worry about finding power for my laptop and printer. I had a data card for the laptop, and the rechargeable printer made it possible to work anywhere. I also could not believe how little ink this unit used. I sold it after college, and my friend finally had to buy ink. I never had to replace the ink in this printer. My friend works out of her car, as a behavior analyst.
Summary: I own both an HP Deskjet 460 and a Canon IP100. The Canon is shot already, but the HP chugs on. I originally purchased the small printers because I traveled and needed a printer wherever I went with my portable laptop. I can not praise the HP Deskjet 460 enough...it is a little work horse, prints beautifully, both photo and regular. It is so tiny I fit it in with the laptop in the standard 'computer' case.
Summary: Although an older model, this printer is wonderful. Don't expect miracles with heavy weight media and you may have to give the sheets "a little push" to get them through. For plain, copy, injet, or laserjet paper it is flawless. Photopaper will usually feed just fine, but I have had feeding problems with heavy, cardstock even when you choose the same on the "paper selector." I have acutually owned four of these now.
Blew up and destroyed my satellite tv input and, seemingly, my Plasma TV
L. Payne, Amazon
30 September 2008
Summary: I bought this printer and used it to print up material away from home twice. Then after I had plugged it in at home there was an explosion when I tried to connect it to the USB port of my computer. Our satellite TV quit working immediately, the input had been blown and had to be replaced. Our 42" Plasma TV (2 years old) quit working a few days later. Strangely the USB port where the explosion occurred seems to be fine. I had enjoyed it until it proved to be very faulty.
A highly functional portable printer compatible with Linux
H. Kyemba, Amazon
31 August 2008
Summary: HP has distinguished themselves by providing a portable color USB printer that is compatible with Linux operating systems. If you plan on air travel, order the travel protectors or equivalent for both printer cartridges. The product is susceptible to deformities, if not adequately wrapped for shipping. Printer cartridges can cost an "arm and a leg" elsewhere. So have backups!
Jaffrey W. Ali "Relentless Pursuit of Technology", Amazon
15 July 2008
Summary: Very flexible. The battery and inbuilt wifi are great. I use this to print from 1 desktop and 3 laptops - all wirelessly. I can also move it to any room in my condo with no problems. Photo printing is not up to par and I use another dedicated printer for photos, but I never intended this to be a high quality photo printer. The set up for this printer is very simple and I have computers with mixed Vista and XP OS working perfectly with it.
Summary: i have this printer for 6 months now without problem, though it already costed me a number of ink cardridges. i calculated it only makes about 50 print-outs per inkcardridge and i do not understand why it does so. website says it should print about 250- 450 for thr 9m, or 10ml ink cardridge. and i use it in fastdraft format which should save ink, not waste it. HP tech support suggested the ink cardridge was faulty, but how many faulty ink cardridges?