Pros loved the wireless connection and the prints came out nice.
Cons I am VERY frustrated that the touch screen went black on me. I can't read error messages, nor can I reestablish the wireless setting. This printer has rarely been used and HP can do nothing to help except to say the waranty is out.
Summary I will not get a movable touch screen again!
Pros Great color depth, good ink life
Cons Wireless setup
Summary This is a great printer for the price. If you are looking for a printer for home pictures, this one will make you happy! The setup of the wireless is a little confusing, especially if you have a home network. I spent half a day getting the wireless to work. I uninstalled and reinstalled 4 times. What I discovered is that if you have a home wireless network, you must install the software on the main computer first, then you can put it on seconday computers. If you don't, for some reason, it will not find the printer. Once I got it working, it has been fine. The cost of ink is very reasonable.
Pros Multiple ink tanks, LCD touch screen, Wireless and Ethernet Networkable, Great Print Quality, Cheap Purchase Price
Cons Slow Prints
Summary I bought my printer about a month ago and have loved it since it came out of the box. It is easy to setup when you first install everything and the print quality is great. This prints documents a little slower than I'd like, but I can live with it. My wife and I print photos a lot and the quality of prints is awesome, even on standard print settings. I like the built in 4x6 print tray that automatically loads that paper and keeps me from having to swap out sheets and manually load photo paper all the time. The print speed is the only reason I didn't rate this a 10. I highly recommend this printer if you are you like to print your own photos from home and want an easy to setup network printer. Way to go HP!
"I am inpressed"on by Kevin GB
Pros easy to setup wifi, easy to print great pics
Cons hard to get out of the box....
Summary I had a previous HP Photosmart printer that died on me for reasons unknown and quite frankly, I was bitter towards HP. It was 2.5 years old and IMHO should have lasted longer. I really did not want to buy another HP product.
So I went looking for a new printer. I have 4 computers in the house, so I wanted LAN connectivity, WiFi if possible, decent pics, Pic Bridge and to be able to use mem sticks. My tastes were bending towards Canon, but they do not offer decent LAN connections, and the other printer manufacturers seemed more directed to all in one printers that I did not need. So, after much consternation, I decided on the 7460. I gotta say wow what a difference a couple of years make. It was easy to set up all my comps on it via wifi (just run the disk on each comp), pictures are incredible, including from mem sticks, and it has a relatively small footprint. After 12 4X6 prints, ink usage has not even registered, but I will reserve judgement on that. My only real con is that the manual seems to say to not use the CD to set up the WiFi. After about 10 min of fiddling, I used it and away it went. I even got my XP and Vista machines to use it!
So, so far excellent! I will update if it changes, but so far, it has my recommendation.
Pros Fast, decent text printer and nice looking 4x6 photos
Cons 8x10 Photos do not look as good
Summary Setting up this wireless B&G enabled printer was easy using the ethernet connection to set the wireless properties first. It has the latest WPA-2 TPIK and AES wireless encryption. Love the touch screen for nearly all menu items related to the printer. Prints decent text very quickly in draft mode and enhanced modes. I did not observe any wicking of ink on the paper (22lb paper) Has very good color photo printing up to 5x7. Some slight banding observed in 8x10 photos. All in all a very good printer for text and 4x6 photos. The separate ink tanks for color are great. Now if HP only made an All in One unit with the same ease of use and tesx/photo printing quality. I had expected a harder setup and less quality based on the Cnet review, but I was pleasantly surprised. NJ Consumer