Summary: Love this printer, that's why I bought it again. First one lasted ten years. Can't beat that.The only down side is that it can be slow in printing. I';; take lasting over ten years to speed any day.
HP 7760 is a decent printer but it is not very durable and it is slow.
15 December 2012
Summary: I’ve owned an HP Photosmart 7760 printer for 3 years. I purchased it used from a woman who did professional photography. I bought this printer because I needed a printer that would print high quality photos and also work for general use. This printer does print high quality photos but it is slow.
Summary: This printer is a very substantial one. It gets a lot of use and has stood up quite well. This is my second one. I also like the cartridges because they can easily be refilled, thereby saving a great deal of money that would have been spent on new replacement ones.
Summary: I've owned this printer for years now in an office environment and it's still going strong. It needs a cleaning now and again as the rollers stop feeding paper but it's quite easy to accomplish.
Summary: WORKS GREAT, EASY TO USE, EASY TO CONNECT, THE DIFFERENT COLOR CARTRIDGES MAKE IT EASY FOR REFILL. BEAUTIFUL PICTURES, EXCEPTIONAL SOFTWARE FOR DOWNLOADING AND SAVING IMAGES, RELIABILITY IS OUTSTANDING
Summary: Bought this printer becasue it was a newer model of one I had. It was a good buy and I knew the quality of the product going in. The quality of print was excellent and the cost of operation was not exhorbtent. It makes a good all around printer for many needs.
Summary: I bought it because it was highly rated in Consumer Reports. The photo (and regular) printing quality is excellent. The speed is quick, and it is a pretty quiet printer. Five annoying features: you have to exchange cartridges when you print out photos or plain B&W copies, and it's easy to forget...
Summary: This is a real workhorse and produces exceptional quality prints on a wide variety of papers. The drawbacks for me have been primarily with the small size of the ink cartridges. They just don't seem to last very long, but then again neitehr does the paper, so maybe the print count is allright.