"'Mediocre,' says it all."2.0 starson by Mac2Dcore
Pros: Quality is good.
Supports a lot of function.
Scan and filter works well.
Cons: Long self-diagnosis cycle.
Constant self-diagnosis cycle.
Slow response touch screen.
Paper is wet after printing
Multi-sheet paper fail...often.
Often unresponsive to any stimulus, require unplugging.
Summary: We purchased this printer from Costco.
This printer is not good if you do a lot of scanning or copying. We have not used it to print from a computer because we use a color laser printer.
When this printer is functioning it is good. The print is good quality. It can scan multiple documents quickly and filter dust and scratches fairly well.
If you should print 20 or 30 documents, a self diagnostic routine kicks in. This means you wait for at least a minute or two. The sheet feeder slowly stops working properly after 6 scans. It starts scanning every other page--ridiculous!
The touch screen has difficulties responding after several months worth of interaction. It becomes more unresponsive. But recently after 7 months, the OS now freezes and require unplugging, the power button will not shut this officejet down. In short this printer is on a very fast decline from the day it is purchased.
Basically, you get a sleek 'emo' printer. Not a good buy. This is one of many HP Officejet we use, and they all are about as bad. If it were up to me I would opt for Epson, Canon or even Brother.
My conclusion: all the high ratings and long reviews are from HP employees or they have not used this printer for excess of 7 months. This printer is made for 20 or less page output and with time in the middle for self-routine cycles.