Summary: Did not realized that this printer was discontinued. And although it was still in the original box and packaging, the set up ink was old and would not load. Contacted HP and got a big run a round until someone finally exlained that there would not be any new set up ink packages for this machine...
Summary: First, let me say that this was not bought through Amazon, but I wish to warn everyone of the poor quality of HP printers. This review requires a little background. I owned an HP 8250 printer that had an "Ink System Failure.
Summary: The printer now works great, but here's the big problem. I bought this from Amazon. The sale was dishonest and the support was so atrocious I won't buy anything more than a book from Amazon in the future. The printer was sold as new but had to be a return or remanufactured unit.
will not print in black-and-white if a color is low
Dorothea Brooke, Amazon
6 April 2007
Summary: Here it goes - my first negative review for a consumer product. First ever. This printer is a complete waste of money. I NEVER print in color, and yet the various color always seem to exhaust themselves as if by magic.
Summary: So far, we haven't been able to install this printer's driver software on our Mac OS X 10.4 system. When we contacted HP Chat online support, they said they don't support Mac via online chat! They gave us an 800 number to call...
Summary: When it works, it gives gorgeous prints. However, it's very difficult to use and wastes lots of paper and expensive ink. I've just spent the better part of an hour, and several test prints, trying to get it to use the 4x6 paper feeder, but it keeps printing on 8 1/2 x 11 or printing one line on the...
DO YOUR RESEARCH before wasting money on this printer.
Art Andres, Amazon
6 April 2007
Summary: This printer is the biggest piece of poop I've ever owned. More than half the time it does not detect paper in the tray (I have to force feed each photo sheet manually), it will randomly print garbage and waste paper when starting the computer with the printer connected, the trays don't hold much...
Summary: I've been working in IT for over 15 years and I've never purchased a more poorly designed product than the HP Photosmart D7360. It's huge. It's clunky. I think I could draw a picture faster than it can print one. It's advertised speeds are just a joke compared to what it actually prints at.