Summary: I purchased this printer for black and white photo printing since it accepts the HP 100 Gray Photo cartridge, I also intended to use it for color printing using the HP 99 Photo cartridge. The results have been a mixed bag so far.
Summary: I've had this printer for a few months now. I intially installed it using the Ethernet port connected to my router. I was constantly plagued with error messages from it, so I switched to a regular USB connection. The problems didn't go away.
Beware the paper tray and wonky network setup for Mac
Nick Jones, Amazon
3 December 2007
Summary: I just finished setting this guy up. It took about an hour and, as with so many devices these days, the boxed instructions were no help. I think it bears saying that I'm a Mac user, and have been for going on 20 years now.
Summary: Really rue the day I bought this printer. The print quality is cheap. No way to adjust or clean the heads. It is constantly running out of ink. I bought this for the little printing I do at home. Total waste!
Summary: Can't give a review because I can't get it to work. I followed the instructions and it will print out a page from the printer itself but not from the computer. I have to find time to investigate and try to resolve this problem.
Summary: Simple printer, normal print quality, not good for color print, noisy and slow. not convenient for double-sized print. I would prefer a printer with scanner. The wireless function is great, but must attach with the router, it limits the printer location.
Summary: After many years of flawless service, I finally had to replace my Epson Inkjet printer. My choice was in good part influenced by the size of the printer - I did not want a bulky unit and my desire for a network enabled printer which could be plugged into my router so that ever computer at home would...