Summary: I really would like to return this. The item is a discontinued printer and they don't even make the ink anymore. I called Hp and they pretty much said I was sold something that is no longer able to use..
Summary: I bought this printer when it originally came out. I don't print every shot I take, so it took me 6 months to print 11 shots. That was it. An error message came on...not even their "tech" folks could help. Their fix? Take it to a local authorized repair dealer. At my cost. I already paid way more for this thing than it was worth. NEVER NEVER buy an HP printer. Is this a single incident? Go ahead, buy one and see how long it will last.
Summary: We bought this printer thinking it would be great. We were so wrong! The first one we bought had to be returned because the screen was defective and wouldn't stay down. So we got another one and printed out a couple of pictures. After a few minutes, we thought the pictures were dry enough to handle. Wrong! They smudged when we tried to put them in a frame.
Summary: I cannot recommend HP to anybody anymore. The company introduced regional coding, which means printer cartridges from one region cannot be used in another. For most this is probably not an issue, for those busily traveling around it is. Also, it is an issue of principle, its bad enough for DVD, but printer cartridges? HP has introduced this rather secretely and if you don't read the box cover etc very carefully, you may not notice. The main issue is in Europe.