Pros Beautiful output.
Cons Compared to my old Epson photo 890... - ink very expensive and does NOT output as many pages as it should. - driver is very buggy... If you have an MS word doc with two sections that have different margins... It won't print correctly. - customer support n
Pros The 7960 is noticeably better than the 1218 in terms of higher dpi that allows for sharper print images. Black and white prints are also of higher visual quality due to the gray ink cartridge. Printer can be found for $200, new.
Cons Printing 4x6 on glossy paper results in, what I deem, unacceptable prints. In each and every print there are six (6) painfully clear sets of "track marks" (almost like pinholes) from top to bottom caused by what I assume are the rollers that feed the pap
Pros I've been holding off buying a Picture Perfect printer and this is it. The 8 color ink and HP Photo paper create prints that look like they were developed the old fashioned way. Printing black and white photos is shocking with crisp and sharp true black
Cons The ink is on the expensive side but what printer ink isn't? The unit is a bit large but built solid. I'm sure it will get smaller with the newer models. It's not the fastest printer but who's in a rush with quality like this?!
Pros The printer quality is good.
Cons It is noisy. After 20 hours of installing and uninstalling the driver software that supports the USB device (card reader), including at least 7 online chat sessions with tech support, 3 e-mail "help" sessions and 1 scheduled call(they never called me), I
Pros On-device color screen is a plus for those that don't like/know how to edit in the computer. Excellent color gradiant. Good paper handling.
Cons I am a retail seller of Epson, HP and Cannon printers. I have maunually tested dozens of various identical photos on different machines at different times in my stores around the country. The result: HP (much to my surprise and dismay) is not the best.