What a dissapointment! HP forces you to buy color cartridges!! Scans very slow
I purchase this after reading several of the other glowing reviews, none of which until recently mentioned that HP will force you to purchase all new color cartridges even if you set it to black only and your black ink cartridge is brand new. This is a total ruse, and I've been played again. The seller at Staples never mentioned this, of course, and the instructions from HP are totally silent on the topic.
Also, the scanner is terribly slow, even for a multi-function.
For the same amount, you can buy a unit with automatic duplexing.
Despite good performance and cheap high-capacity supplies, a $150 multifunction without any sort of duplexing support should be avoided (unless you actually want to double your paper usage, mailing costs, storage space, and such). Instead, choose a like-priced competitor, such as the Canon Pixma MX512 or the Brother MFC-J825DW.
Huge footprint when trayâ??s extended.
The HP Officejet 6600 is a good, SOHO all-in-one, which prints quickly, produces excellent plain paper prints and is economical to run. However, the lack of both duplex print and, at a minimum a front-panel USB socket, have to count against it, as some of its main competitors include both.
Offers excellent performance as well as decent output.
The HP Officejet 6600 e-All-in-One Printer colour inkjet multifunction (copy/scan/print/fax) is a puzzler, and a huge disappointment. Priced at $150 (as of June 11, 2012), it's handsome, it has an easy-to-use LCD control panel, and it offers excellent performance as well as decent output.
A competent printer with horrible support
This printer, while good, is not versatile and the support for it is pretty underwhelming.
The 6100e ("e" is for wireless) office jet is one of the dwindling number of basic printers from HP as they migrate from "printers" to "all in ones" and lasers that also include scanning and faxing to the routine. This printer is the first from HP that uses the two cartridge system that has been around forever, and instead moves to the FOUR cartridge system.
No duplex print, no LCD display.
The HP Officejet 6100 is a printer aimed at a specific niche in the marketplace. It offers fast inkjet print in both black and colour, at low-cost. The figure for colour print is particularly impressive, but both are good. It's also well capable of working in an office which primarily uses mobile devices. That said, there's little else to justify its price. You can get a complete all-in-one with similar running costs for around the same price.
After using the HP 4520s for a few weeks, I would wholeheartedly recommend this notebook to someone who wanted a computer for basic business tasks and some watching video and even light gaming, video and photo editing. It is powerful enough for all of the things I normally do with a notebook, including document creation/editing, presentations, web surfing, and watching movies. I also do some basic video and photo editing and it worked well for that too.
Excellent print quality, good value.
For just under £90, including the revised VAT rate of 17.5 per cent, this is a very capable all-in-one. We like the twin paper trays and the machineâ??s convenience in powering the photo tray. We like the page cost, too and the positive response from the touchscreen. We're not so keen on the time it sometimes takes for a document to start printing, but the print quality is excellent, so overall it's a great choice for anybody on a limited budget.
impressive eighteen pages per minute print speed
The Photosmart Plus has a great touchscreen interface, but average printing quality at best. The Photosmart Plus has a great touchscreen interface, but average printing quality at best.The Photosmart Plus has a great touchscreen interface, but average printing quality at best.
the performance is impressive, the feature set is pretty basic.
The HP Photosmart Plus packs a lot of performance into a low-cost MFP package, with well-priced inks to boot. Other models in this price range can't boast quite as much. The HP Photosmart Plus packs a lot of performance into a low-cost MFP package, with well-priced inks to boot. Other models in this price range can't boast quite as much.
home offices a productive and efficient multi-function
The bottom line: The HP Officejet J6480 has a lot of built-in features that are rarely found included in a $200 printer. Shoppers looking for an all-inclusive multifunctional unit will be impressed with the robust hardware and rich print quality.
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