Summary: Advertised as low print count. It came with a sample printout tucked away in it that gave its print count, which was like seven hundred something. I hooked it up, put ink in it, and it has printed like a new one for the last several weeks without fail. It was a very clean machine.
Summary: YOU GET WHAT YOU PAY FOR. THOUGHT I WOULD TRY A USED ONE TO SEE IF IT WOULD COMMUNICATE WITH MY PRO-LINK IQ NEXIQ SCANNER. IT COMMUNICATES BUT WILL NOT PICK UP PAPER. BOUGHT NEW INK AND WENT THROUGH TROUBLESHOOTING STEPS. NOT VERY IMPRESSED AS IT COST ME $117 DOLLARS.
Summary: This was a perfectly satisfactory photo printer until it stopped feeding paper and I learned that HP is no longer supporting the product. The Windows 7 driver has less functionality than the Windows XP driver.
The great little printer is a workhorse: old but reliable
Joan P. McLaughlin, Amazon
31 January 2013
Summary: I love this simple, but reliable printer. It is economical and effective. I first purchased this same model in 2005 and it would stillbe working had I not put a plant on top of my printer and watered the plant and the printer! The plant lived, but the printer died immediately.
HP did not bother to provide full functionality with Win7!
Freedom Forall, Amazon
30 May 2012
Summary: HP and other companies talk about costumer service and ask costumers to use the same brand inks and things like this. But on the other, when a new OS comes out, they do not bother to produce the same set of tools for the new OS.
Summary: I purchased this printer as a replacement since I had 3 brand new ink cartridges from my old one. The printer, though used, works very well, and I am very happy with the speed of delivery and with the seller.
Summary: I was not pleased with this product.It was beat up and there wasn't any software or ink cartridges with the product that was to be with the printer. So I was unable to make the printer work without the software program.
What do I do with $200 worth of useless cartridges?
James Bennett Saxon, Amazon
16 July 2007
Summary: It worked for years, nicely printing many photos but... Problems: If for some reason if the Mac or PC didn't understand what 4x6 was, the printer would go ahead and print full width even when I had 4x6 photo paper loaded, it would basically spread ink all over the innards making a mess which I...