Summary: The item is all scratched up and box looks like its been through a war. I've never been so totally disappointed in anything of bought from Overstock before. Then I'm informed that I have to pay return shipping plus a restock fee of $19.18 for a grand total of $30.00 loss. Forget customer service I called and was told sorry that's how we do things, e-mailed the returns department (3) times no response, and e-mailed customer service twice still no return e-mail.
Summary: I first puchased the Photosmart 325 and was amazed at the quality of the pictures! They didn't look grainy and the pictures just were awesome, better than the store! Well I wanted a bigger screen and more features so I purchased the Photosmart 375! I thought the picture quality would stay or even be better but I was way wrong! The pictures I print are grainy and aren't what they should look like.
Excerpt: The printer worked well for 18 months and then the print cartridge carriage stuck. Went to HP on line centre, followed their instructions and carriage still stuck. HP email referred hardware malfunction to UK HP centre (in fact I discoverd it was in S Africa) and after a call costing 32 mins at 60p per min was told they could not direct me anywhere to mend it as it was out of warranty (which I knew as they did at outset) and HP have no hardware repair facility for out of...
Excerpt: Hi Everyone The HP PhotoSmart printer had a very good print quality as i personally use it.It easy to use,fast speed of printing.HAs good exterior looks.The black and White documents get printed fast with excellent quality.The coloured documents also prints with execellent quality and with a comparable good speed than the previous HP printers.
Pros: Good Print Quality,Fast speed,affordable
Cons: small capacity cartridges,Cost of cartridges
Excerpt: Little photo printers are becoming all the rage. Forget iPods, 3G mobile phones and paper light laptops because printers have never been so trendy. The run up to Christmas has seen them splattered all over your television screens, magazine pages and even onto the side of the odd bus or two.