Summary: The first two months I owned it I spent eleven hours on the phone with tech support trying to get my HP Business Inkjet 1100d to work properly. I gave up. It mangles paper, misfeeds envelopes, grabs multiple sheets of paper, etc.
Summary: We've used this at our small business office since November. I don't think I've ever hated a printer as much. Although it is pricey, it is way slow. Maybe 40s per page and 10-20s to turn over the page to print the other side.
Summary: I installed this printer in a mixed (Windows/Linux) network in a SOHO. Setup was a drawn out affair, but the printer itself worked fine once I finished putting it together. The Windows driver install had trouble with automatic discovery of the printer.
Summary: So far I am happy with this printer. I have had another HP for 5+ years and it still works just thought it was time to upgrade to a faster printer (not to mention I now have two networked computers and was cumbersome to keep changing cables to print).
Summary: My volume of printing has increased recently and I needed to purchase a printer which was more cost efficient. After shopping for months, I came across an excellent review of the costs of printing in PC mag. They reported the cost of the HP 1100 to be similar to laser printers and I was skeptical.
Excerpt: We bought a 44" model 4 months ago and it has worked perfectly. We just bought a 24" model. Pros: Image quality, color, Great for ACAD files and printing posters from PowerPoint files Cons: Paper is tricky to load.
Excerpt: I bought this plotter about two month ago since then if it has work properly for two weeks is a lot. To begging with it came with the cutter defective it took HP about a two weeks to have a new cutter send to the technician that was fixing the plotter.
Cons: Never work well from the begging, tech support terrible
Excerpt: These days printers can do so much that it can be confusing trying to choose between them. Do you need a printer that will accept the data card from your digital camera? Or one that will print onto blank CDs? Or something with a built-in scanner or fax functions?
Pros: Very cheap to run, quiet, high quality, good all - rounder