Summary: The ink is outrageous in price, and uses up the color so quickly. The scanner is also not quite full size. I purchased it because it is small and would fit on the shelf I had. But I would go back to my Kodak if I can find a place for it.
Summary: At first it was perfect. Now I can't get it to connect wirelessly to any device. I've uninstalled, reinstalled, etc. etc. I thought it was me, but I have spoken to several people who have had problems with the wireless function. It seems to work for awhile then stop.
Good value for the money but lacks scan and copy features
20 June 2012
Summary: I only print an online form/application or letter every now and again, and I don't require fantastic print quality, so I don't need a super expensive printer. The big plus- the wireless feature: being able to print without having to go across the house to connect my laptop to the printer via USB.
Summary: 1. The HP6000 was recommended by tech support as a replacement for my HP5850 which served me well for 7 years. At the present I'm not using it for a wireless connection, so have no experience there.
Summary: Prints ok, but I don't think the copies are near as sharp as other ink jets I've used. I would recommend that you set the ink saturation at the lowest setting, at least for non-color prints. Before I did that, the paper almost felt damp and type looked almost fuzzy from too much ink.
Summary: Bought this product for a home network with a wireless N router -had a ton of trouble setting up on wireless network, after spending 2.5 hours on the phone with HP support, the person asked me what type of router I was using, when I replied a D-Link Wireless N router, he stated that this was not a...
Summary: DO NOT BUY THIS PRINTER IF YOU REFILL CARTRIDGES!!! It is programed to reject refills. Even when I can get around this feature, it often stops working for no reason at all. Using new cartridges it works OK, though it does take a long time to start working.