Reviews and Problems with HP Photosmart eStation C510
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DOESN"T PRINT PHOTOS ON PHOTO PAPER EVER!!!!!
Judi T, Amazon
16 November 2013
Summary: I love it with the exception that the photo printer DOES NOT WORK AT ALL. It never has. You can print on paper but not on photo paper.!!!! It is a nice little printer except it DOES NOT PRINT PHOTOS EVER!!!!!! You can print photos on paper but not on photo paper.
Summary: I had a very nice experience dealing with Amazon.com. I ordered an HP Photosmart E-Station printer Series 510A. (which according to HP is a discontinued item and no longer for sale by them) The printer worked perfectly after I finally got through the setup process. Also, Tech support at HP was not helpful at all, because the printer was no longer under warranty, They were rude and chose not to assist me in any way unless I PAID for that service.
If you want every feature AND a tablet, this is it!
7 February 2012
Summary: This printer literally does everything! It prints quickly, has decent quality, does ePrint, scans look good, automatically prints to photo paper, has eFax!, and on top of all of those great features... it has an Android Tablet! My only complaint is that the system is locked out of the Android Market... so you cant download from there.
Summary: After reading some of the negative reviews, I was hesitant to purchase this printer. However, it was on sale, and the potential of its features helped me decide to take the plunge. I haven't been disappointed. Maybe it's because I set this up with Apple products, but I haven't had any problems after setup. Just one note--you must follow the setup guide specifically.
Summary: I purchased this HP eStation c510 printer in March of 2011. To date I have run nearly 5,500 pages through the printer. The printer has performed flawlessly and I have been 100% happy with its speed and performance. The copy/scan capability works well although it doesn't work with pages larger than A4 (European) or US legal sized letterhead or copy paper. The FAX capability takes some getting used to, as you have to manually scan each page into the machine.
Summary: We have had the printer for about 3 weeks now, and so far so good. The tablet is about what you would expect for a low end tablet. The prnter/scanner uses so far have been very good for a home style printer. The tablet was just a bonus. Still getting used to the interface, but will be very usuable as a simple tablet.
Summary: I'm not normally one to go out of my way and write reviews, but after reading all of the negative reviews, and almost not buying the eStation because of them, I feel the need to post my own positive experience. For reference: I use a 2007 MacBook pro and an Apple AirPort Extreme base station. 1st- I found the complaints about difficulty in setting up to be unfounded. I had it connected to my wi-fi within 5 minutes of plugging it in.
Fantastic printer...the ZEEN pad is another story.....
21 May 2011
Summary: Getting the printer up and running was fairly straight fwd. The "ZEEN" is a whole differnt story! Uprading the ZEEN to the Android Beta was a real challange. The "touch screen" is more like a "press hard" screen. And lets not forget....it"s HEAVY! I have owned other HP All-In-One's before and this printer is awesome! I took a picture from my "pic" file in my comp and, without going thru any "photo" program, I printed an 8X10 color pic on plain paper with no adjustments.
Summary: I will start by saying I love this printer. The hookup to the router was extremely easy. However, I had difficulty with the software. It took about 10 minutes to load onto my computer. Once it loaded, I followed the instructions to install the different modules, but after doing its check to update, the program crashed. After several attempts and wasted time, I called the 800 number to speak to a tech about the issue.