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: 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.
Summary: Quite simply the worst printer I have purchased. Ink lasted around a month, in which very little was printed. When I start back at uni, will be replacing ink every week with this thing. My fault for buying in haste from PC World. I now base my buying on reviews from Amazon. Will be trashing this or giving away, I couldn't possibly ask for any money for this printer! Complete waste of time and money.
Summary: Bought this HP printer to use for printing Avery labels (for Smartstamps) and business cards. Frankly, this printer is absolutely useless for this task. The wheels that draw the paper through the printer have very little grip and cannot cope with the smooth backing of the label and business card media, causing all kinds of alignment problems. In just 4 days I've wasted more money in misprinted labels than the cost of the printer itself!
Summary: When this printer works, it works nicely. It's fast and good quality print. But most of the time it doesn't work. When it rarely decides your print command is actually genuine (most of the time it just sits there silent and motionless) the shonky loading mechanism causes a paper jam.