Summary: This printer lasted our company 6+ years printing about 3000 pages per month on average. Had to replace the rollers in it once (easy) and now needs an expensive fuser. Looking to buy a new HP and hoping I get another 5+ years out of it... We'll see.
Summary: the printer needs to be fixed or refund my money. has not worked no good. ilike the printer if it worked . i have had 2 others before this one.the black and white feature savesw me money when i do a lot of research and printing.
Summary: After going through 5 of these printers, enough is enough. They all freeze in the middle of a print job and you have to reset it and then start your print job over. Jam all the time. And then they die 6 months to a year later...
Summary: Beware buying the P3005N as there are a lot of faulty ones being sold online that fail with bad formatters. They'll work fine for a day or two then you'll be stuck with a boat anchor. Do some research online!
Summary: I understand that others have had problems with this printer but that's not my experience. I've had it for over a year now and have no problems. I use it for general office printing: letters, envelopes and labels. It's very fast and the first page speed is exceptional. I also like the ability to cancel a printing job by pressing a button on the printer.
Summary: I have been using this printer at work for three years now. I print over 26000 pages a year and have not had a single failure or jam. We have only replaced the toner twice, too. A great printer.
Summary: We were instructed by our tech dept to install one of these for printing reports that are 30 to 100 pages per report. This printer can handle volume printing in a very fast and very legible manner at a very low cost per page.
Summary: Printer situated in Pre-school with moderate printing. Printer freezes every time after any job sent. One year old 3005n. HP - no help. Very frustrating experience. Do yourself a favor - stay a way as far as you can from this HP product.