Excerpt: What starts really quickly, runs really fast and provides B&W and grayscale printed output second to none? If your answer is, "a few laser printers and we sure wish there were more like that to choose from" then you probably haven't been paying attention to the printer market lately.
Cons: No printed manual—everything is on CD. After initial driver installation, the "Print a Test Page?" dialog popped up but would not work because Windows XP Pro (SP2) would not properly hook up the driver until after a reboot. So the HP installer gave incorrect instructions? It did for us, but we suspect your mileage may vary. The one-page quick start guide is almost completely useless, with line drawings that are somewhat inconclusive. The paper feed for 'Tray' 1 is not...
Conclusion: The HP LaserJet 1320 delivers excellent text quality but little else. Graphics and photo quality meet only minimum expectations for monochrome lasers, and its performance is slower than that of other printers that cost less and offer similar quality scores.
Pros: Compact size. Excellent text quality.
Cons: Graphics and photo quality are at the low end of the expected range for monochrome lasers. Maximum 250-sheet input capacity. Slow performance.