Summary: Got this free with an HP laptop. Doesn't work at all. First it said there was a paper jam, which there wasn't. I had to manually push the paper to get it to go through. Then the paper went through, but came out blank, even though the ink cartridges were new. My previous (all in one) HP printer was inexpensive but at least worked (although I did have a lot of problems with it until it finally died). Will try a Canon all in one now.
Summary: I "inherited" this new in box printer because it came with a computer purchase and the person already had a printer they liked. So yeah, brand new in box! It's on the small side and right away it looked it was an "Economy printer". the paper drawer doesn't hold too much and the on/off button is very delicate. Geez...how can something break but just pressing it down lightly to turn off? IT has two cartridges: black and color.
Cheap, efficient, compact and compatible with my laptop
4 September 2012
Summary: I bought this printer for $35.00. I wanted simple, cheap and compact. I got all of what I wanted. It's not fancy, or real fast, but it does the job and saves me time from firing up my big computer and printer operation in my office.
Great Experience With This Printer,no Hassles,Easy Hook-Up
27 June 2012
Summary: I purchased this refurbished printer,item was very easy to hook up,just needed a compatible HP USB cord (Not All USB Cords Work),plugged in the printer and was ready to print,very happy with this printer,not very noisy either.
Summary: A monk with a quill and parchment would be a significant step up from this printer. It is slow and very undependable. The power switch works about 25% of the time. When you can print something the black ink cartridge is good for anywhere from 30 to 70 pages. I am talking new, HP cartridges. My new printer just came so I am mixing a drink and taking this old printer in the backyard where I plan on spending the afternoon drinking and shooting at it with a BB gun.