Dr. Elaine O. Chaika "book, movie, tech lover", Amazon
12 January 2011
Summary: I bought this to take on a long camping trip. It's almost perfect. It connected easily and virtually instantaneously to my computers. It prints without fuss. You just stick some paper in the upright tray & out it comes, well printed. Beware, however, of putting paper in crooked. It will still print, but crooked. Also, unlike my Epson printers at home, it's not an ink hog. HP provides a leather case for the printer, but it has no handle, so it's not very useful.
Summary: the printer fits in my truck i can use it in a moments notice. i looked all over for a small portable printer. i found this one online and thought i would try it. my trucking business is just getting off the ground and this printer will keep me up and going. no need to stop and make copies at a store or other place.would recommend to anyone needing a protable printer.
Summary: I purchased this because I needed something that I could travel with and print while on the road. This printer fit the bill perfectly. Set up was very simple and I was up and printing in under 30 minutes, including the time needed to unpackage it. Print speed is a bit slower than what I am used to, but that is to be expected on something like this.
Summary: This printer was quick and easy to install and use. Had it working in five minutes including adding ink cartridges! No problems connecting to an older laptop. Printer cover is not as sturdy as had hoped, but it is a good product.
Summary: Downloaded drivers from hp.com/support to avoid problems noted at other forums. Easy to use, love the two sided function(brings joy to my cheap little heart). Only problem is with HP not the printer. To use the wireless function I must use the HP wireless adapter, printer will not even acnkowledge my Linksys adapter.
Summary: The H470 is a nifty little printer and prints very fast, but there is always a delay of 10-30 seconds before printing even starts. At times the delay is followed by a message of a mis-aligned cartridge, so I find myself a bit frustrated at times. The telling statistic is that if I had it to do over again, I would have done even more research and probably gotten a different printer.