Summary: Been Using these printers for years and like them and their big print cartriges last a long time. The newer printers may be a bit faster but the old ones print and print and print. Plus I have to remain compatatable to my old hardware as I still use windows 98 for various functions
Summary: I had the 720c for years and had no problem with it at all. I particularly like the envelope feature as I have arthritis and writing is so painful. I was always pleased at how little ink the printer used as I used it for work daily and it seemed never to run out of ink.
Summary: I've been using this printer for 13 years. Works perfectly, never jams, never a software problem, never needs ink, it just won't die. Unfortunately everything HP sells today is crap in comparison.
Summary: Well I like the product or I wouldn't have bought an older model. Since I am an IT person I understand that the cables were not part of the sale but the software wasn't included either so I gave him an average purchase response.
Excerpt: The HP Deskjet 720C is an inkjet printer made by HP way back in the mists of time, well 1998, which in computer terms is roughly the same thing. COST Back then it cost £199.99 new (ouch!), I've just done a quick search on ebay, the going rate for one now seems to be £15 plus delivery.
Excerpt: I have had my Deskjet 720c for ages- about 5 years. I use it mainly for letter/web page printing in black and white. The econfast option provides excellent results quickly with low ink useaee.
Excerpt: I've had a variety of printers, from Hewlett Packard to Epson’s to Lexmark’s and back around to H.P., out of all of the printers I’ve tried and tested H.P. printers easily come out top of the list. The HP printers are well made and I’ve found very rarely break, if ever.