Summary: It's a great printer, very quiet and fast. More than I probably needed for a home printer but I got it at a great price and couldn't pass it up. Print quality is very very good, and I love the built in duplexing. Set up was super easy with all of my Mac computers.
Summary: The printer seems to be quite the nicely designed item but it arrived with magenta toner spewed everywhere. Took the printer apart to the level I could without voiding any kind of warranty and cleaned out the magenta toner, which is probably half empty, prior to using the thing. Had to reset the firmware as the system seemed to have an issue with paper / toner sensor, but after doing that it came up and printed a test page fine.
Summary: This has been a fantastic printer. I bought it with the wireless dongle and it was soooo easy to set up on my wireless network and doesn't require constant reactivation like the previous HP's I had. It is very fast and documents come out by the time I get to the printer. I use this in a small office environment, probably about 1000-1500 pages per month and I am still using the original cartridges after 2 months and the status says ink levels are near 100%.
Summary: I am very happy with the speed and quality of the second one delivered. The first had a fault, Lexmark support took only two exchanges of info, and they replied quickly, to tell me I should ask for a replacement. Printerland replaced it very quickly and were very helpful. The only problem was getting Windows to forget the first printer before I installed the second one.
Summary: After my latest inkjet failed I decided to switch technologies and purchase a colour laser printer. After some research I came across the Lexmark CS510de that appeared to satisfy all my requirements and many more besides! I purchased the printer from Printerland`s Amazon store for £230 + free delivery. This to me was a real bargain especially as the printer`s starter cartridges were rated as 6,000 pages black and 4,000 for colour.
Summary: I have used an Epson Photo printer for many years but after yet another session de-clogging the ink jets I decided that a laser printer might be the way ahead. This offer was just too good to ignore. For £230, I have now got a colour printer with a RRP of £639. To just buy the toner alone would have cost me over £400. There must be a catch: if there is, I can't find one.