Summary: Not happy with my shopping experience with Quality Printers. This was bought in error. When I noticed that this was bought, I tried to cancel the order, but it was too late (already shipped). I called quality printers, and explained this.
Summary: I've been buying HP printers for nearly twenty years, and this is the worst I've ever owned. (It's from the Carly Fiorina era, and it shows.) The error messages never seem to have been tested; I don't think I ever saw an "Out of Paper" message (crucial for a networked printer), though I don't claim...
Summary: This has been the best printer I have owned (out of about 10 printers). Fantastic printing, ink last a long time, and never needs cleaning every other print like other inkjets I have owned. For those that say this printer doesn't support WPA, you are wrong.
Summary: My first response was to echo the experiences of another reviewer. You cannot fault the print quality, but one is led to wonder whether the premium paid for the wireless capabilities is worth it? You can get the same print quality (same printer in fact) without wireless for about $100 less.
Summary: When I purchased this printer about 18 months ago, I was very impressed. Having some networking knowledge previously, the net set-up was relativly easy(although I had to go beond the manual to get it running smooth).
Summary: We use a 5850 in our home network (Belkin wireless router) and have had ZERO problems. We've had it installed about a year now. The network includes a G4 933 Quicksilver Mac running OS X Tiger, a Mac PowerBook 15" G4 running OS X Tiger, an original iMac 233 running OS 9.2.2 (connected wireless using...
Summary: I've had my share of troubles with this printer, most recently the lack of WPA support even though it's marketed as having such. I contacted HP support via e-mail and they basically told me to do what I had already done (seems they don't read e-mails closely there).
Summary: Although the output from the printer looks nice for the price, it has two important design faults if you want to use it over a network. Firstly, It can't lease an IP address from a DHCP server like say a router.