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.
Summary: I'm writing this as I'm waiting for the printer to stop shaking, and finish going through its shut down routine. The print speeds are as advertised, but what they don't say is how long you have to wait for the printer to power up and go through its boot-up routine, and how long you have to wait for...
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.
Summary: Purchased this printer primarily for the ability to print to CDs. Good printer however be prepared to constantly feed it ink cartridges at $50+ a set. The low ink warnings start after a few weeks of light use.
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: NOT RECOMMENDED. Bought this early in 09 to replace a much-loved 4-in-one HP. The biggest issue for me, which no one else seems to have trouble with, is replacing the black print (not photo) cartridge.
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.
Summary: In several months of trying to achieve acceptable photo printing, including an online session lasting several hours, this printer has been incapable of achieving color reproduction that is even close to the digital image.