Pros Fast, double sided, great text printout, easy installation, works with Airport Express
Cons I just got this product! No weaknesses found yet.
Summary I just got this printer and one of the reasons I bought it was its ability to print double sided. Even though I have heard from other reviews that Mac OS X Tiger does not support duplex printing, I find that such info is incorrect. My printer is connected to Airport Express and I am able to print double sided. There is an option on layout which ask you whether you want to print single sided or double sided.
A very good investment, since printing double sided helps to reduce paper usage and storage.
Pros Prompt output, very fast, quiet, can purge a job at the touch of a button, and especially the automatic duplexing.
Cons Feeding an envelope or a letterhead is a minor nuisance. Manual on disk, not booklet.Sony ICF-S79V Weather Band Shower Radio
Summary I bought my 1320 after reading the 30 reviews posted here and am glad I went ahead with the purchase (which I made just before HP's $100 rebate expired on 6/25/05). I've had none of the problems that the others reported. My unit seems quiet at its loudest, does just fine in printing tables with lines crossing at right angles (admittedly not exactly sheet music, though), and properly handles envelopes and letterheads fed through the slot in the front. Perhaps others had the problems they reported because they used paper of a kind that suits this printer poorly. Still, I recommend the machine (enthusiastically!) only if you want to do extensive automatic duplexing and only occasionally need to print an envelope or anything else that must be fed into that poorly designed slot. Apart from the duplexing, I suspect the machine is undistinguished among its competitors.
Pros From the test page I printed quality looks great. Duplexing for the price is great. Printer footprint is great. It has to be too good to be true.
Cons Why am I sending this great printer back after 5 minutes of use? Because of its paper path, you can't run pre-printed checks through the main tray (or any other preprinted numerically controlled forms for that matter!) You could use the manual single sh
Pros I have been using this printer for 6 weeks now, and it's been a sheer delight. It is beautifully compact, looks elegant, and most important of all it produces excellent printouts at very good speed. The price is also affordable. But that's not all: the ic
Cons The only (minor) set-back is the lack of a fold-out tray to enable smooth manual feed. There is a slot at the front, through which paper is supposed to be sucked in, but my attempts resulted in a couple of "paper jam" errors. However, I can live with this
Pros + HP (I've spent too much time and money evaluating products that don't offer HP's compatibility) + duplexing + quick printing (overall and first print) + small footprint
Cons - poor replacement for the LaserJet 1300 - if you don't need the duplexing, this is an expensive printer - there is no manual feed tray! it's just a slot that you must (literally) manually feed sheet-by-sheet into; print more than one envelope? like to ha