Excerpt: Electronics sale urged me to take advantage of it, moreover my increasing demand for a printer is becoming evident. Every store offers rebate in selected gadgets, but I was more concerned of getting the right printer for my need and budget. HP Deskjet D2360 won over the countless on-sale …
Summary: With all the low-cost printers that typically have outrageous ink cartridge prices, getting replacements for these is actually not that bad. If you want a printer just for occasional print jobs without any heavy duty printing, I'd highly recommend picking this up.
Pros: Affordable compact printer, good driver support for all OS'es, fast print speeds, ink cartridges aren't that outrageous.
Cons: Doesn't come with a USB cable, which is required for it to work. Why HP didn't spend a few bucks to include one is beyond me.
Summary: This replaced an old HP DeskJet 890C which recently broke on me. It was about time because it was very old. This one prints much faster than the 890c, I can say that much.
Pros: Fairly fast printing from what I have tested so far. Also it is very compact, which is nice. Has software to monitor the printer with things like ink level.
Cons: Sometimes being compact isn't so great. The only real issue I have is with the ink cartidges--they're so small! It looks like I will need to replace them more often than I'd like to. Also the HP printer monitoring software appears to have no settings. This is annoying because it has certain featu...
Summary: This printer is a great printer that I use for home projects and just in printing in general. The ink is less expensive than a lot of other printers. This printer is great for many uses and I would recomend it to anyone. Thumbs up is what I say on this one.
Summary: HP Printer all in one and Avery Labels do not go together. The HP cannot line up the paper as it slips on the rollers. I have just wasted ink and labels trying to get around it with tape and by clipping the labels all to no avail, The HP is now in the bin and Im buying another make.
Excerpt: Hello to all and welcome to the review. The review is on the Hewlett Packard Deskjet D2360 Printer. I purchased this printer from our local Tesco store, at If i recall it only cost about £40! (this included a colour and black ink cartridge).
Excerpt: A fine printer but it drinks ink. At between 20-25 euro for a replacement ink cartridge this printer is a false economy. Each cartridge only lasts for about 150 pages. I'd advise against buying this printer. I have it six months and am replacing it, as it's costing me and arm and a leg.
Invest in ink adapters and its a very cheap option
Aa Kondeatis "Size..Context Sensitive", Amazon
22 August 2007
Summary: (Those who live in london) Fillink dot co dot uk in Twickenham adapted mine and the now I can refill it myself. the wells of ink are about a tenner to refill from just plain printer ink bottles and they have more than 15 cartriges worth of usage, then just pour it in . I say investigate.
Summary: I just had to say that this printer is the only one that works with all my computers. I have 3 laptops - one running xandros linux, one with vista and a macbook. Ink may be costly but one printer for 3 machines is not bad. Works fine as well, so far. charon