Summary: ...printing problem after years of faithful service. I bought this printer 5,6,7? yrs ago for $99.00 with a $50 rebate offer. Net cost $49.00, What the hell has happened to now make this a $400.00 printer? Has the world gone mad?
Summary: This is a compact and solidly preforming SOHO monochrome printer. Mine has been working in various tasks for several years. It went into temporary retirement after HP was slow to release drivers for Windows 7 (and we had upgraded a college-bound laptop to that operating system).
Summary: This is a great printer for personal use and non-networking setup. Very easy to install and handles paper with a max width of an A4 or legal paper. But can be adjusted for smaller paper, such as envelopes, note cards, etc. It handles different thickness, too.
Summary: Pity that HP considers this model obsolete and thus won't support it. It's a good machine meeting the need for a dependable, black-print, speedy printer for which generic toner's widely available economically. I don't know how to locate parts for this machine, should I need them, however.
Summary: This printer is awesome for use with a direct USB connection to a PC. It is economical with the toner consumption rates, takes up little space for a LaserJet and is very fast and clean. The only issue we have is trying to use it with print servers for use with workgroups.
Summary: I have been satisfied with this printer. I have only had one trouble with it pulling more than one sheet of paper through at a time, but that is all the trouble that I have had. I recommend this item highly. I bought it for use in college, printing powerpoints.
Summary: HP LaserJet 1080 printer was easy to set up. I am very pappy with its performance based on one month of use. Only short coming would be the toner in the original cartridge lasted less then 400 pages of printing.