Summary: It prints clearly; no smudges. Easy to set up and connection. I decided to purchase this model, though owning the latest model (Office Jet 470-WiFi with Bluetooth dongle as well) because I heard that the 470's printing was not as good in clarity. They were right! Though I love them both for the portability as well as space-saving, the 460 has the superior print quality hands-down for it's category.
Summary: So I was flying my personal gold plated invisable jet over the Atlantic the other day, adding up all of my investments from the past quater year and realized I had an extra $50 milion I wasn't using. And with all the wonderful pictures I had previously taken (summer vacation at the lost city of Atlantis, photo copies of the Dead sea scrolls, D.B. Coopers last suprise party) I needed something to print them out on. Any standard printer just would not do.
Summary: I bought this little gem and used it to print the bills to replenish my bank account. Micro printing was a snap and the reflective ink cartridge from North Korea was only $10k. I highly recommend this one.
Summary: I had just sold a small Caribbean island I used to own and needed something to print out a copy of the contract on. Even though I had to buy a pair of these to ensure I could print wirelessly from my laptop anywhere in my mansion, the $100 M was well worth it. I even bought one for Trump for Christmas ... don't tell him!!
Summary: Yes, it's a bit pricey, but it's quality! When you need your characters to be within a micron of each other, this printer really delivers. And when you need to print those micro-thick characters while you're tooling down Rt 66 in your Lamborghini you can be assured the job will get done. I know, I've done it!
Summary: I just won the lotto, and I was torn either lease a 747, buy a couple Bugatti Veyrons or a really big house. Once I realized HP sold a printer for rich people like me I took a look at it and I was hooked. For 50,000,000 dollars sounds steep at first but its that good. So now I can live in a Aston Martin DB9 while I print out emails off my PDA. Thank you HP!