Summary: Can someone just give me the dollar figure I have to spend to find a good laser printer? Just give me the number, whatever it is, and I'll stop wasting my money on this crap. From day one, this printer refused to feed a sheet of paper from the paper tray without jamming up and wadding up a sheet of paper. The manual feed tray? Sure, it works.....but don't expect to set a sheet of paper in the tray, then click "Print" and expect it to just take it....
Summary: I am very happy with the printer, however its cartridge is very annoying. They claim that you can print 5000 pages with 1 cartridge, and once you have a couple hundred pages, cartridge needs to be replaced. Every month or so, you need to change the cartridge, which is big rip off.
Sold as new, over a year old, out of warranty when delivered
Steve Fort Worth, Amazon
15 May 2012
Summary: I purchased a "new" HP Laser Jet printer on Amazon. They farmed it out to Arapahoe, who shipped me a defective printer. When I contacted HP about the printer I learned it was over a year old and already out of warranty! I contacted Amazon and Arapahoe about the situation. Amazon said not really our problem, your problem is with Arapahoe but we'll help mediate a resolution. (This despite the fact that Amazon is the one who billed my credit card.
Summary: You cant install this printer on a Print server, you have to use their host based driver, a pain in the but to give a static IP or DHCP reservation.... The host based driver is the worst Idea since Carly Fiorina ran for senate! You have to have the printer detected durring the install of the driver install (that you need to do before connecting the device) will fail...
Summary: This was purchased with the intent to use as a small business network printer. It has a network card installed but is a GDI printer which has VERY LITTLE memory and requires the computer to do all of the print processing. If you are direct (USB) printing this will be fine. However, if you are looking for a network printer... LOOK ELSEWHERE as HP has totally stripped down this printer to the point of being useless.
Summary: I wanted a good printer that would feed envelopes out of the bypass. HP has an excellent reputation so I assumed that any HP printer would be good. I was wrong. There is a reason this printer is inexpensive...it is CHEAPLY made. If you want to print one envelope at a time, I guess it is OK. If you want to do multiple envelopes, forget it. It wont do it. Other than this failure, it feels like a CHEAP printer. I am NOT impressed.
Summary: This printer is NOT compatible with a 64 bit Windows 7 system. The plethora of drivers and workarounds may work for a little while but all eventually fail. The error message you will get is that the toner or feeder light comes on indicating a problem there. Customer Service is well aware of the compatibility issues which is why there are so many suggested workarounds but as of today, this brand new printer is a $300 paperweight.
Summary: Bought this printer for work. Some trouble with the driver and disappointed with the fit and finish of some parts. The toner cartridge is tiny . We print a moderate number of pages every day. After 3 months - a toner cartridge a month - pricey. May be okay for home use but other printer models come with a bigger toner cartridge, so why settle. Paper feeding is sometimes a problem - picks up more than one sheet or none at all sometimes.
Jack Hughes "Pastor, Student, Gardener, Hunte..., Amazon
20 March 2011
Summary: This is a great printer, but not for Windows 7 64 bit. They haven't updated the drivers so the drivers don't work. For a while mine worked using the HP LaserJet 2015n drivers instead of the ones that are supposed to work for the 2035n, but every time windows does an update, the drivers don't work again. The last time HP updated the 2035 drivers was in 2008, before Windows 7 came out. HP blames Microsoft, Microsoft blames HP.