Summary: I bought this printer 3 years ago. Page count is 39,928. I have encountered 3 paper jams, all because paper was loaded incorrectly. Duplex mode works perfectly, not the fastest printer especially in duplex mode but that is not my major concern.
Summary: It prints. I gave it 4 stars becasue i have issues with the wireless printing. I think its is mostly me though. I think i have to reinstall the software. right now im just taking my laptop to the printer and conecting the printer to the laptop and hitting print...
Summary: I have purchased 3 of these printers and loved every one of them. you wont find a cheaper printer that will also duplex. This unit is a workhorse designed for the user that prints slightly more than standard. The ink cartridges go a LONG way and I hardly worry about running out of ink. Another strong point is that the ink heads are separate from the printer cartridges, keeping cost down. My only word of caution is to never cancel a print job.
Summary: This printer is a "Cadillac" among the HP office printers. It is well designed and flawlessly assembled, apparently rugged, and fast. The installation instructions are clear and well illustrated. However, when I came to the instruction to connect the printer-to-computer USB cable, I could not locate a USB cable among the shipped items. After a diligent search among all the packing material, I confirmed that none was shipped with the printer.
Summary: I own a oj8500 that i love and the 800 is a perect companion for it. Realy high print quality and affordable print ratio. My only complaint is size i wish it was a third to half the size. I also own the esp 3200 and 5200 kodak printers the print cost per page are simular but the hp has better quality.
This printer works greate but note the ink dependency
Im A. Skeptic "Skeptic", Amazon
28 October 2011
Summary: I have had this printer for 22 months and it has worked without fault though I am not a heavy printer. I write this review to reinforce other comments that note that ANY empty ink cartidge will prevent ANY further printing with no specific indication - other than a blinking ink light. This seems to be a decision by HP to reduce/avoid clogging of the separate print heads - by keeping them moist.
Summary: This is the third in a series of duplexing printers that HP has brought out. Personally, I preferred the previous two to this one. The Officejet Pro 8000 makes quite a bit of noise and it shakes the platform on which it sits when printing. The prints themselves, however, are quite good.