Summary: ok friend. I want to inform you sold me a printer in very bad condition, even printed a page. Has a damaged piece called pressure roller. I recommend not mislead buyers. If it really works fine. Clearly I do not buy something new but do not waste time serious people
Summary: The sun had finally set on my office's HP 4000 after many dutiful years of services and we were looking for something comparable to replace it. It should've been so easy -- Mono laserjet to print primarily text documents and monochromatic PDFs. How hard can it be?
Summary: If you are running windows 7 on your computer, as I am, don't waste your money on this printer. I bought it because I needed a high volume dual tray printer for work, but it is NOT compatible with win 7, despite what the vendor or documentation may say.
Summary: I just read some articles about the particle emission of the laser printer. This machine is one of the worst kind. You need to make sure that you also buy a laser printer filter if you really like this model!
Summary: I bought this printer because under the product description (#8 to be exact) says that it is a wireless printer with easy networking AND that it prints double-sided pages. I received the printer only to discover that it does neither.
Summary: I have purchased refurbished models that have lasted for years, but the HP 1320 is a piece of junk. The company has been of no help. I have called HP direct and they let me know that I purchased a printer that is broken. I am out over $150 and still have to purchase a printer
Summary: I bought this printer because it offered duplex printing (printing on both sides of the page). This feature worked perfectly under Windows XP Pro and Vista, but it doesn't work under Windows 7.
Summary: Does not work with new Photoshop. If you have CS3, this printer is obsolete. 2 hours on the phone with bad customer service and all they said was they dont work with the new systems. Many HP printers suffer the same incongruities. Not useful for the future.