Summary: I have this printer now for 13 years and it still prints when I want it to. It continues to print fast and reliably. Does not drink ink. I replace the cartridge about once every 8 months. I keep it clean on the inside and outside.
Summary: I have used this printer with a Presario XP computer. It has been flawless in photo printing, graphic output, and is a draft mode workhorse. I give it five stars for: durability, performance, and quality. Now you should know: HP will NOT provide a VISTA printer driver.
Summary: My HP 7150 prints nice photographs. The quality is very good, but I have had a lot of difficulty getting 4x6 sizes of paper to feed properly. Also, business letters are important to me and I can't get envelopes to feed properly.
Summary: I was new to digital photography and wanted a good quality printer without a lot of bells and whistles. I edit all my photos on my computer so I wasn't interested in printing and editing my pictures on the printer itself. You can use a usb cable and load to the printer but I don't use this feature.
Summary: This is my third HP and the results just keep getting better. The 7150 is stylish and well designed. The printer has a 4 x 6 photo tray that allows 20 sheets of photo paper to be loaded and printed in a batch mode directly from HP's excellant photo printing / album layout software.
Summary: This printer is great. Separate tray for 4x6 photo paper, so you can easily switch paper sizes. In fact, I was having so much fun with it, I ended up getting a higher megapixel camera so that I could print even bigger, better pictures.
Summary: Put the old camera & film in the attic for nostalgia sake! Get a 2 MP digital or higher and print your photos with this printer! The 4"x6" tray is a plus for album & framed prints and the 8x10 tray is fine for multiple prints on one page (called albums).