It has a loooooong start up time, is expensive on inks and frequently paper jams. With only one tray you are constantly changing the paper over and as it doesn't have a tray cover it also gets dusty. The print quality is poor in comparisons to others on the market. Everytime you change the ink cartridges (which is quite often because they don't last long and I suspect are not filled to capacity) it has a little hissy fit. The internet is littered with people who bought one of these and ...View review in forums Leave a comment on this review
HP Officejet 7000 - E809a
I bought an Officejet 7000 a few months ago as a budget network-capable replacement for my hopelessly obsolete but much-loved Canon BJ-230 monochrome A3 printer. I'm aware of some of the polarised ("It's great" / "It's rubbish") user reviews about this model, but so far - fingers crossed - I haven't had any of the paper feed or print-head issues reported elsewhere. I'm using it primarily for low volume large-format line graphics and text work, with the occasional A3 photo. Print quality is ...View review in forums Leave a comment on this review
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