Pros: - Connects USB, Ethernet or Wireless - Print quality excellent and clear I put 2 of these in a public school classrooms where they are abusing the hell out of it and its still kicking strong not one problem with the network wired or wireless
Cons: Ink may run a little more but has the option for 2 other colors of gray for the photo quality images that you may want..
Summary: good product in general, very happy with wi-fi
Pros: wi-fi (64/128bit WAP), easy network setup, fast printer, printing quality is ok, looks good and.. there is actually a driver for xp 64
Cons: -problems with xp 64: no driver in the cd, there is a 64-bit driver in HP website, but it doesnt include wi-fi setup. Either use another machine to setup wi-fi on the printer, or try the printer's web interface -the printer couldnt get an ip from my wi-fi router, except for the first time. I had ...
Summary: To the person below who wrote 64bit WEP only, reread your instruction manual or configure your router correctly as it works just fine with WPA and WEP 128bit.
Pros: Printer was easy to setup and configure. The WiFi portion is WEP (64 and 128bit compatible, as well as WPA. Very fast printing, even in color. Great photo quality on photo paper...and that is without the Photo Cartridge installed. Cannot wait to see what it looks like with!
Summary: I've seen HP Deskjet printers slowly progress since buying my first one back in 1996. They have come a long way since then adding many features that make printing and maintaining a printer even easier for their customers.
Pros: Fast priting even in best quality mode. Wireless takes only 5 minutes to setup, installing the cartridges can't get any easier. Cartridges are cheap too!
Cons: None so far. I gathered research for over a week on this printer before buying it and everyone kept saying the printer quality was OK. Please, what do you expect. Buy this printer if your like me and printer mix CD covers for your friends, mail letters every once in a while, and print out digital...