Summary: I've printed maybe 100 pages total on this. I've had to replace all the cartridges once already. Recently, the Magenta and Cyan indicated they were low. Really? After 15 pages? The amazing thing is, it sucks ink even when not in use. Now, even though I should be able to print text, the print is unreadable. It was told to me that I need a new print head. Excuse me? Never again will I buy HP.
Summary: HP advertised this thing as a "Color Inkjet Printer" which can produce 600 dpi printouts at 32 pages per minute. What it really is, is a black and grey box which produces whirrs and clicks and magically makes ink disappear.
Cannot handle symbols and special characters in printer queue
Dewey D, Amazon
1 May 2014
Summary: This goes for the wireless functionality. I don't know about wired. Windows 7, 8, 8.1.. If you're printing something that has a ® or apostrophe in its heading, then it won't print. It will get stuck in the print queue forever. Took me awhile to figure this out. So if you're printing something from your browser, there's a good chance it won't print. My workaround has been to save the document as pdf WITH A SIMPLE FILENAME, then open and print the pdf. Stupid printer.
Summary: This is the absolutely worst printer that I have ever owned. It is not dependable, makes a lot of noise and vibration and HP's customer service is awful Do not purchase this printer......I will not buy HP Again.
Summary: Very loud. Makes at least 30 seconds of loud clicking and banging and whirring sounds before it finally settles down to print. Color cartridges run out pretty quickly even when only black and white printing is being done.
Warning! Do Not Purchase The HP Officejet 6000 Printer
M. Kersey, Amazon
2 October 2013
Summary: This miserable and noisy abomination of a printer sucks up ink from HP cartridges and won't accept third-party "compatible" cartridges. The HP cartridges last only a very short time and then its off to Office Depot for another $50 worth of cartridges. I pay more for cartridges for this POS than I do for Internet service, and I really don't print much at all.
Summary: I purchased this printer in October 2011 for $70 shortly after upgrading to Windows 7 64-bit. For reasons only known within the dungeons of HP, 64-bit conversions were available for neither my HP 3820 ink jet or HP 1000 laser jet. I naively hoped that this dynamic printing tandem would be my lawfully wedded printers, until death do us part.
Summary: Purchased a year or so ago, I'm donating this to GoodWill, and I feel a little guilty about that. (Some poor consumer is going to end up with this thing in their home office.) I've had various issues with this printer: 1) Document print startup takes a very long time. The printer goes through some sort of head cleaning process that can last for two to three minutes at times. 2) The printer can't seem pick up printer paper reliably.