Excerpt: It is reasonably fast, and if you choose the draft setting, does not waste a lot of ink. The ink is easy to buy, though expensive. There is a regular paper feeder on it, as well as a slot where you can feed in envelopes. You can also adjust the paper feed tray to smaller sizes, which I have found very useful. Every once in awhile it picks up two pieces of paper instead of just one.
Summary: This is the "Everready Bunny" of the HP inkjet world. It just keeps going and going. This model is new enough to have a USB connection, but old enough to also have the parallel option. It will print up to 600 dpi, which is easily enough for most general use.... and isn't too bad for some photo printing. (Those who want to get serious about photo printing will want a newer model.
Summary: HP printers were the printer to have when they cared about the customers. Now, (their "NEW" printers) it's just bottom line & spareholder driven. They used to offer 25ml of ink for under $30.00, now it's 5ml for $20.00. If you're going to buy an HP printer, go with an old model. HP was a thing of the past (check thier stock price).