Summary: I bought this printer for one main reason.. dvd/cd printing. I printed over 100 dvds with this thing and every single one looked just like a retail dvd. The speed is great, the colors are sharp! The few negatives i have, aren't so bad since i still rated this a 5, but here they are. Sometimes when you go to print for the first time it takes it a minute or so to actually print. I realize it has to get ready and get the ink jets ready, etc..
Summary: Unless you want to spend ungodly amounts of money on ink, don't waste your time. We bought ours off of ebay after reading good reviews on it, for printing our flyers for our business. It prints about 50 before completely running out of ink. I've printed the same flyers on other HPs and they last about 4xs as long. Not only that, but when we used our standard green paper to print, for whatever reason, it changes the black ink to green. WTF!!! I'm selling this think ASAP!
Summary: I have been using this printer at my office every day since 2006. Six years later after thousands of prints it is still the most reliable printer we have. Most of the other $100 printers that are wireless have broken within a year or two or have severe print problems, jamming, fading, non responsiveness, etc.. Not this one. Granted, it is not perfect. It is loud as hell, takes a long time between print jobs, and a long time to boot up.
Summary: I read reviews and did a great deal of research before choosing this printer. I had previoously owned an HP printer but switched to Epson because I wanted better photo quality. I went through two Epsons within 15 months so switched back to HP. And indeed this HP did print color photos beautifully. The problem is that it broke in just under five months.
Summary: The print quality is pretty good, albeit VERY noisy, before, during and after the printing process. The CD printing feature is not very useful as your images must come from the HP database instead of a direct print from any of your graphics programs. It also eats up toner at the fastest pace of any printer I have known. Based on the above criteria, I would have given it 2 stars.
HP D7560 printer, included best photo software I ever used.
6 June 2011
Summary: I purchased the HP Photosmart D7560 to replace one I had traded in to purchase an updated model that added a scanner. It did not take me long to realize that I should not have traded in the HP D7560, because it had the best photo software I had ever used. The picture library and options were simple,and let me date the photos printed,and the quality of the prints were great. The HP D7560 also had a CD,DVD labeling device, not included on my upgraded printer.
It is a good thing they quit making this piece of junk!
Nullrout "Dan", Amazon
3 April 2011
Summary: I bought this printer solely to print on CD/DVDs...yeah don't bother. First of all as other reviewers have pointed out, this thing is an ink hog. That is, it is, when it actually works as printer instead its alternate use as a a device designed to torture the user. It has taken me over a half hour to successfully print 4 discs today. It will not print more than two discs without producing a random error when trying to print the next disc.
Summary: I bought this printer because it was relatively inexpensive and because we wanted to replace the cheap, poor quality Epson printer I was using. I bought this because of the features, and because HP ink is commonly sold in my neighborhood drug store. The printer is pretty noisy when it prints, but that's not why I gave it 2 stars. The two stars is because this printer runs through ink so quickly it's ridiculous.
LOVE THIS D7560-THEY DON'T MAKE THEM LIKE THIS ANYMORE!
8 February 2011
Summary: I had one of these printers for a couple of years until a cartridge leaked inside the print head and ruined it. I bought it because of its ability to print on cds and dvds. When I started looking for a new printer I discovered that anything available now doesn't have that cd/dvd printing feature but is loaded up with things I don't need like wireless access and big lcd screens that can be used to surf the web.