Summary: It does exactly what I wanted it to do. I wanted a fairly quick black and white printer for the numerous reports I print out daily. I needed it to replace my HP 1200 which was still going strong after 10 years. I couldn't get it to work with my new computer with Windows 7, so it was time to upgrade the printer too. I had an error on the initial installation, but the second attempt worked fine. The paper feeder tray seems flimsy, and probably wont last with heavy use.
Summary: I've been buying HP printers since the late 80s. My first HP printer was the Deskjet inkjet and cost somewhere in the $1,000 vicinity. We've come a long way since then. My first HP Laser printer was the LaserJet 4 plus that I bought sometime in the mid 90s. I had experience with the printer in my workplace and liked it so much I bought one for home. What a Great Printer!!!!
Summary: Purchased this to replace an older HP LaserJet printer. It is fast and the printing is very clear. Longevity is unknown because it is made mostly of plastic. I had an older HP 400 that was all metal and build like a tank. It never failed in 12 years of service but then HP failed to provide drivers for newer versions of Windows.
Excerpt: The printer is working just fine. It installed quite easily. We have it hooked directly to the work station, so cannot speak to its wi-fi or network capabilities. We have not had it long enough to give a true opinion.
Summary: Great printer for networking in a small office. Replaced an older HP printer that had been in place for years. Toner is mid priced, and printer is very small so it doesn't take up much space. Assigning static IP is done simply via the web Gui.
Summary: I had a HP 4+ for 21 years and finally retired it when compatibility with MAC OS was just becoming insurmountable with the hardware interface and drivers. The printer is fast, quality is excellent and the duplexing feature is great too - esp when reviewing drafts of documents. I only own HP printers - I don't want to deal with the corona wire, developer, drum etc as separate consumables the way Brother or Canon do.