Summary: HP is pretty reliable albeit expensive. I've tried to phase out desktop printing altogether but our communications person wanted to be able to print pictures. It doesn't feed perfectly so edges aren't even and it won't accommodate larger sized paper.
Summary: First, this printer will not print a full 4x6 print. It always leaves a white edge on two sides. Second, It will not print 5x7. It will not let you even select 5x7 Third, It will not let me install and reinstall. Fourth, HP Support will not help me, even for a price.
Summary: I HAVE NOT RECEIVED IT YET. BUT I LOVE THIS PORTABLE PRINTER. I BOUGHT ONE 4 YEARS AGO AND IT'S AWESOME I GUESS THE POST OFFICE LOST IT OR SOMETHING. THE ONE I HAD FOR 4 YEARS IS GREAT. I CAN PRINT FROM MY CAMERA CARD AND IT TAKES DIFFERENT ONES. I HAVE TWO CAMERA AND I CAN PRINT FROM THEM. IT'S GREAT BECAUSE YOU CAN EDIT THEM WITH WORDS/ BORDERS ALL SORTS/SUMMER SPRING CHRISTMAS --ALL KINDS OF COOL STUFF. IT'S THE BEST ONE OUT THERE. SO I HIGHLY RECOMMEND THIS ONE.
Summary: Got this rad printer and ink/photo-paper for it from my family for Christmas. My sister and mother have the same one and both rave about it. Much as I'd like to take advantage paying rent is a bit more of a priority. Printer retails for at least $185, ink value pack for $45. I'll let you have both for $120. Both items brand new, unopened in box. Save $110 off or half the price of what you'd pay in stores or ordering online.
Summary: This printer is way over priced, Snapfish prints at the same quality. The paper is expensive, the ink is expensive, the print time is long. I had mine for 2 days and I stopped using it, I'm not sure why a lot of people are even getting high quality printers at home. It is a waste of money unless you want to print private pictures that you don't want a 3rd party to see. I went through 3 ink cartridges in about 2 hours and only had half the pictures I needed.