Summary: We found it difficult to locate a printer that would print at tabloid size — and not break our budget. I've worked with this printer in a couple of different environments. It LASTS. I think this thing will still be printing in a decade. Note, it's huge. The box claimed it weighed ~100 lb. Make sure you have a good table to set it on. Also, plug it directly into an outlet — no surge protectors (unless you want to blow the protector and/or a fuse/breaker).
Summary: This is an awesome printer. It produces very clear prints in both tet and graphics. The HP software I downloaded from HP is another matter. Don't expect the software/driver to load easily. I was only able to let the installer complete normally on 2 out of 7 PCs I installed it on. The other 5 hung up at the end. The printer installed despite the stalling. Everything seems to work properly with the software/driver but it was not a user friendly install.
Summary: This is an office work horse printer. Great for doing double sided network printing, not to mention 11x17 printing. That was the main reason for this purchase. Works great out of the box, though its not an easy piece of equipment to move around as it weighs in around 148 pounds.
Summary: I own three medical clinics on northeast Texas- I have actually purchased three of these printers for use at the front desk for each of the clinics- These printers have thus far been excellent- they were all very easily networkable and setup was a cinch- There does seem to be adequate paper capacity as they sit right at the front desk and are very easy to reload with more paper- The only complaint is that there is a lag time to "warm up" whenever it has been sitting...
Summary: The first one we got was damaged but we got our money refunded and ordered another one. It works really well. The only thing is when we got it there was a roller that you have to put in yourself. We finally figured out where it went. Under the cartridge. After that we were good to go. No problems.