I like this printer so much, I bought one to send to my daughter in college
7 October 2011
Summary: This is a top notch printer. It is extremely fast, especially for normal black and white prinint. The duplexer is a very nice feature. Built in wireless is also very handy. The ink cartidges are expensive, but you get a lot of mileage on them.
HP Officejet Pro 8000 Wireless Workgroup Inkjet Printer works great.
9 May 2011
Summary: HP's OfficeJet Pro 8000 is a solid, hard-working office inkjet, which produces near-laser quality text and graphics and far-better-than-laser quality photos. Apart from when printing duplex (a feature most entry-level colour lasers don't offer) it's also as quick. It costs less to buy, less to run and has a far simpler mechanism than any laser, so really is a valid alternative to an entry-level colour toner-based printer.
Summary: We bought this printer before Christmas. It was a great price! We have other HP printers in our home and have never had any real issues with them. It is nice to have a wireless printer in the house with 3 different people in the house with their own computers. The quality of prints and photos is great. I didn't realize when I bought it that is doesn't copy or scan. I didn't read very closely, but I am not disappointed with the purchase.
Summary: Because we print labels for seed packets, mailing labes, and such, it would have been better to not enclose the feed tray area. However, the high quality of the print is even better than our bigger more expensive color laser. Unfortunately, it still takes up a large area of our office. Being wireless does allow us to use it in different areas of our home, so we can begin in the office, and say finish at the kitchen table.
Pros: Cheap Price, Durable construction, Easy To Setup, Easy To Use, Excellent print quality, Fast Print Time, Low Ink Consumption, Reliable
Cons: Large Footprint, Pain to change papers, Will rock a flimsy desk
HP Officejet Pro 8000 Wireless Workgroup InkJet Printer
11 October 2010
Summary: I bought this printer based on a Consumer Reports recommendation to add to my personal network. I had a 2nd printer that was older and could not download drivers for my son's Vista O.S. for it to operate. So my son was using my Canon i9100 photo printer (which operates on Vista) to print homework and was running the ink out of it. I got replacement ink for the i9100 that was not OEM and wound up replacing the print head for $90.00, but that a whole other story.