"Worst printer I've ever owned"0.5 starson by violetandcharlie
Pros: It has only jammed once and was easy to fix.
Cons: Noisy, ink hog, expensive ink, picture quality, long and noisy delays when turning on or off and between jobs, shakes terribly when turning on or off and between jobs, inaccurate "low ink" warnings
Summary: This printer issues low ink warnings much too soon. When it does run out of ink, it often doesn't say a word. To see which ink really ran out, I often have to print a color wheel, which uses even more of the ridiculously expensive ink. After a few rounds of this, I seriously regretted buying this printer.
Ink cartridges run out after just a few prints. The ink is far too expensive. The extra large cartridges cost a fortune, and they don't last long, either.
It rattles and shakes quite vigorously and noisily for several seconds. It does that every time it's turned on or off. It can print an entire job without shaking again, but it goes through the whole process all over again between jobs. There is no such thing as making a print quickly.
It is difficult or impossible to look error messages up online.
I can't imagine how HP thought the public would be happy with this aggravating, expensive, time-consuming, noisy piece of junk. The fact that they put such a monstrosity on the market is enough to keep me from ever buying HP again.