Summary: I purchased this printer from Walmart 10 years ago for under $20. Now it is listed for $90!?! It is a tiny printer that looks like a tube and JUST PRINTS. Not even exceptionally good quality printing. Good enough for school papers or shipping labels and if you don't use color that often.
Summary: This is the worst printer I have ever used. I spend more time coaxing it to print something than actually printing things with it. I have to turn it on and off, and unplug it from the computer and plug it back in, almost every time I want to print something.
Summary: Excellent printer for college student, child, or senior who requires minimum amount of printing. Easy to assemble, & setup. Ink Cartridges are simple to install. The only problems that I found are the ink cartridges provided were old & outdated.
Summary: I've had this printer for a couple years and it works fine. It prints quickly if not noiselessly and the print quality is good. Ink costs about $30 for a combo black/color pack. Similar to another reviewer, I did have many problems trying to print labels/business cards, and I eventually gave up on...
Summary: What a huge pile of steaming dung. If someone offers you one of these for free, run the other way as fast as you can go. Lots of paper jambing problems. And ink cartriges that are probably almost empty when new. The old HP printers were great about 10 yrs before this junk was produced.
Summary: A friend got this as part of a package deal - essentially free - but it's not worth even that. It must have been a design exercise for a new engineering group, and can't believe that HP would let this happen, much less actually ship it, even for free.