Summary: This printer is great for home use after a few years it starts giving you trouble!I have had three of them,the pictures start coming out darker then normal,ink starts leaking,paper tray starts sticking getting hard to close.It wont calibrate itself just keeps sliding the unused paper out and tells you to load unused white paper in the printer and press ok.
Summary: The biggest problem is that it will not print an entire page on one sheet of paper. It will grab a sheet, print about 1-2 inches on it, feed it through to the exit tray, and then grab a second sheet and continue where it left off! It does this every time I use the printer after leaving it alone for a few days or a week. After the first time it does this, it will print normally for the rest of the day. But it is so frustrating to waste all of this paper and ink.
Pros: Touchscreen is responsive.
Cons: Wastes paper and ink., Won't print with expired ink.
Summary: slow printing, error prone printer , the printer insists that cyan needs to be refilled when there is a brand new hp cartridge installed and displays it as full---------in all fairness I don't know if the printer is garbage since it is installed on a machine running Vista
Summary: I'm not one for words so I'll get to the point. I've had this for about a year and a half. If you're putting this in your room like I did be prepared to put Duct tape over the power switch. Unless you have kids that sleep with a nightlight, then you're set. The pictures are fantastic and print quick but, be prepared to replace ink frequently.
Summary: This is a good photo printer, but it has one major problem: it comes with "auto sensing", and so if you want to print a pre-printed form that has text on both sides, the printer will eject the form and tell you it is upside down. Even with the assurances from the brochures and manuals that you can bypass this auto-sensing, you cannot. Setting the paper source to "transparency" does no good.
Summary: I was not so happy with it anyway, and when I went to buy ink I thought, "Am I crazy." I returned it and got a black and white multi-function laser printer. It's cheep to run (after the initial investment), fast, better quality, and the text can be highlighted without smearing. This is true love!
Summary: Note that I am using this with an Apple MacBook Pro. The most frustrating thing about this printer has been trying to get it to print on the right paper. Even after going through all the print settings to set the paper feed tray to the photo tray which holds the 4 X 6 paper, it will feed paper from the 8.5 X 11 tray on the first print. I always have to print over, or trim the large paper. I'm not sure where the bug is, in Apple's software or HP's.
Summary: I bought the HP 7360 16 months ago. No question about the quAlity of photos: they are excellent. However, the five color cartridges are a joke. Not only do they hold very little ink, their inks "seem to disappear" even if you use the printer mostly for documents in black print. Over the past year, I have had to replace the cartidges three times, resulting in an ink relacement cost exceeding the cost of the printer.
Summary: I have used computers for 20 years, so I did not expect any problems installing and using a new printer. I bought the D7360, brought it home, installed it, printed a few pages including three photographs, unplugged it, packed it up, uninstalled the software, and returned the printer to the store. All within 24 hours. You may have great results, but my experience started out bad when installation of the software took a lot of time.
Nice Pics, Fast B&W Text, SLOOOOOW color print, BAD, BAD software, NOISY!!
Jo Gusto, Amazon
15 July 2007
Summary: Well, the printer prints very nice pics. The built-in touch screen controls work just fine, very convenient. The print quality couldn't be better IMO. HOWEVER... whenever you turn the power on, the thing goes through about 60 seconds of noisemaking, running various motors, and doing God-knows-what to get ready to print something. I sure as hell hope it's not squirting out ink during this process... as I'll be wasting plenty with the number of times I turn it on and off.