Summary: Having owned a Canon Pixma i4000 for 5 years, I was looking for an upgrade. It was getting harder to find inks, I thought I was in need of a resolution increase, I wanted a faster printer, and I wanted to print on discs. So did some research and decided on this HP D7560. It was easy to set up and I was able to print to it without installing the crappy software. But then realized that in order to print on a disc, I would have to use the software.
Summary: Prints nice, copies nice, absolutely gobbles up ink, at least from the cartridges that are provided. There are Xl cartridges for an XL price, not happy with ink consumption. Six photos and one cartridge is almost empty!!!!
Summary: I bought this printer to replace 2 (I bought the same one twice) HP Photosmart 8250s because after a couple of years of use they started telling me that the paper tray was empty, when it most assuredly was not. I tried all sorts of fixes, like adding more paper, deleting the job in Print Manager, tweaking Device Manager, to no avail. Other than that fatal flaw, that printer was extremely easy to use. NOT so with this one.
Summary: Amazon ***** (5/5) HP 7560 ** (2/5) Luckily I bought this printer from Amazon. The first one I received was DOA and Amazon replaced it ( Amazon ROCKS!!! ). It would not even print the head alignment sheet of paper since it came up with "paper jam" messages out of the box. I read the manual, looked at the HP support web page, looked at news forums for possible answers but none would fix the "paper jam" message.
Summary: My purchase of this printer was for the specific purpose of printing DVDs. In order to do so, you must use the software that comes with the printer, but the options for picture and text layout are so limited that the only practical option seems to be in creating the artwork in Photoshop, then applying the artwork by using the HP software's "General" option. Two hours of real-time "chatting" with south-east Asia didn't improve my options.