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"Great printer, just avoid wireless with U-Verse" - by Jon D. Randall (San Francisco, CA)
I had a lot of trouble initially. The printer would report it was busy when it wasn't. Trying to print was always an adventure - how many times would I have to power cycle the printer, router, and PC before it would finally print?

In the end it appears to be some funny interaction with my U-Verse wireless router because just before sending it back I tried wiring it to the router rather then using wireless and everything started working perfectly. And has continued to work perfectly. It's very fast and holds lots of paper.

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"Prints Dark Photos. Otherwise, Excellent Printer" - by M Cox (Houston, Texas)
One significant item prevents me from giving this a five-star review. See the two pairs of images below printed on plain paper. The color graph on top is from the LaserJet printer and the landscape photo I took in Yellowstone on the top is printed from the HP Laserjet printer. The others below were from an Epson WF-4630 inkjet printer for reference. I used a Canon D5 Mark II camera to photograph the prints. The paper isn't lying flat, so I cropped the edges so that it is not a distraction. The images look much better in person than the camera's images below indicate. I expected the inkjet print edges to curl when using plain paper, but I was surprised a laserjet print would curl nearly the same amount, but a little less. I used high brightness 24-pound paper – thicker than the average paper. ... full review

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"HP Sprocket Portable Photo Printer" - by Christina
This is so cool!! I love my HP Sprocket Photo Printer!!!

Straight out of the box, I was a little confused on how to proceed. It would have been nice if this came with 'some' instructions beyond a card that demonstrated how to plug it in for charging (of all things to give directions on...). Maybe I was missing something in my package but mine did not come with information on how to sync it to your device, how to print photos, how to load the photo paper, etc... I've included some basic instructions for anyone who would like them down below.

As for the product itself, I'm really impressed at the image quality for such a small, portable printer. The editing features, including the option to add text, stickers, and frames is a really nice touch, but I wish there was an option to change sticker colors ... full review

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"Very Fast - Perfect for Home Office" - by Flashy (Eagan, MN United States)
As an update, the printer has worked flawlessly for close to 2 years. If I want to print a couple of pages, I can power it up, print, and shut it down in less than 30 seconds total time using a USB cable. That has made it my favorite printer ever.

I have owned 3 top rated inkjet printer over the last 10 years. After my last one stopped printing, I decide to really think through what I want in a home office printer. I concluded:
1) Don't really need color - the color on a home printer not really good enough for professional use. Most of the time I presented on a screen with B&W handouts.
2) Didn't want to screw around with ink or paper - which always seem to happen when I wanted to print
3) Wanted fast, the old injet seemed to take 5 minutes of head cleaning before it ... full review

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"Small printer for smartphone or tablet users, primarily" - by Joanna D. (USA)
Update: I've been using this for a few weeks and I really like this printer. I scanned in some photos (it's a rolling scanner--feeds in by rolling, not sitting on a scanning bed) and using the phone as a controller is something I found I like a lot. I can immediately send the scanned photo (or doc) choosing PFD or JPG format to any cloud drive--Google, Dropbox, etc. This is very convenient. The printer is no bigger than a long shoe box and wireless is quite convenient. Since I print infrequently in color, but want color now and then and scanning, this is a great addition to my laser monochrome workhorse printing.

This is billed as the "world's smallest deskjet" and it is compact. It's the size of a makeup traincase or an old-fashioned briefcase. When both of the paper trays are folded up, the foot print is about 16" ... full review

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"This is hands down a five-star item in my books and I would recommend. Pros You can scan single or double-sided documents" - by Amazonuser
This is a review of the HP OfficeJet Pro 8720 Wireless All in One Photo Printer.
(Measures 19.7” x 17.7: x 13.3” and average use expectation of 250 to 2000 pages a month.)

Summary – I wanted a multi-function printer for my many needs and I could find no other one even remotely close to the cost and feature of this one. Here is a quick chart of the things I considered which lead me to this. It has worked flawlessly since purchase, exceeding all expectations and I will update this review should I see any issues with ongoing use. This is hands down a five-star item in my books and I would recommend.

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You can scan single or double-sided documents. This is great as I can avoid the need to flip to get the scan of a second side.
Duplex printing.
Faxing.
Copying.
Scan to pc-email features.
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"So far it is excellent. Toner cartridge replacement cost is high. But for our office, the product works very well." - by Eric
I replaced a 9 year old HP 2015d laser printer. This new printer has so far been excellent. It is as fast if not faster. It prints double sided. It fits on my desk near the computer. It was easy to install (just insert the cd that came with it and follow directions). I purchased the 3 year extended warranty just in case so that I don't have worries. We run a small 2 person tax preparation office and print tax returns. So far a few weeks with no problems. The toner replacement is expensive but later on maybe more generic/refilled toner brands may start to have the HP 26A or HP 26X cartridges. I am very satisfied so far with the product.

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"Another great, intuitive printer from HP" - by a
I have used several HP printers in the past, and I have been very pleased overall. This printer (HP OfficeJet Pro 6968) is no exception. The manufacturer box arrived packed in a larger Amazon box for shipping, which was nice as sometimes larger items come with a shipping label stuck on the manufacturer's box which usually arrives dented or banged up. This is a decent size printer and a little heavy, but it is definitely appropriate for home or small office use. The box states that it uses about 50% of the ink required by comparable printers out on the market. Based on my experience, it does seem to make economical use of each cartridge—although I cannot really determine if it quite leaves up to the 50% mark.

As with most home printers, this model is an all-in-one with scan, copy, and fax functions. It ... full review

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"The printer is nice. The big problem was not being able to ..." - by PKing
The printer is nice. The big problem was not being able to set it up to print. We never did get the wireless set up and struggled with the USB . Finally the USB kicked in and we have a very nice printer. The confusing thing was the model number on the printer was one number and the number on the box and instructions were another. It turned out well with little fuss.

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"Best color laser printer in its price class" - by E_D_N (New York, NY)
Do yourself a favor and buy this printer. Especially at its current sale price ($149), it's a great value.

I rarely write reviews, but felt compelled to do so.

Initially bought a Dell Color Laser Printer 1200 dpi Print - Plain Paper Print (C1760NW) on sale here for about $20 less to replace my broken Dell 2130CN printer, and between the Dell C1760 and the HP, it's night and day. The Dell is lightweight, plasticky, and flims.. and the output leaves a lot to be desired.

Text is fine, but graphics and especially photo output is simply unacceptable. Yes, these are not meant to be photo printers (get an Inkjet), but any color laser printer should be able to print out at least, decent to presentable photos.

Well, it simply is not the case for the Dell. Streaks, blotches, faded blocky colors, etc... a far cry from the 2130CN, which, though at a different ... full review

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"Excellent Printer" - by Robert S. Wetherall (Dover, DE)
An excellent small printer. Good color and black & white reproduction. The scan feature works well.

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"How to set up with IPad Air 2 is very easy after all!" - by UKL (Scottsdale, az)
I do not have hardwired computer at home. IPad Air 2 and IPhone, Cox wifi, those are all I have. I use mostly wifi at home and Ipad data picks up if I am traveling. I bought this printer so that I could print out from IPad and IPhone directly. I tried get help from HP Printer and it did not go nowhere after 2 hours of repeated set up process. It was frustrating! She was pretty new at this and was trying to set it up so that I had to sign up for the support program. After 2 hours, she said she would call me back in an hour so that we could start again after she does some more research. I got off the phone and figured out myself.
How to set up: You only need this printer and the power cord. You do not even need the ... full review

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"Easy Set Up" - by Amazon Customer
I am very happy with this all-in-one printer. I am not overly tech-savvy and was quite concerned with setting it up, especially since I use Windows 10 (I had read the reviews about difficulties with this printer and Windows 10). I followed the instructions and had it up and running in about 30 minutes. It works great. I am very pleased with this purchase.

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"Seems like it's so difficult to find a good one these ..." - by KW
I've been through a lot of printers in the past couple years. Seems like it's so difficult to find a good one these days. After 3 or 4 failed EPSON printers, I tried this one. It works better than what i've been using lately. The ink is very expensive. My biggest problem with it is it has a tendency to grab more than one page and paper jam a lot. I'd say probably 2 or 3 times every 8 hour work day. I'd consider that too often.

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"Good print quality, questionable construction" - by Jon Rowlison
I've had HP laserjet printers for 2 decades. Most have performed fairly well and have been very sturdy workhorses. I just got this 254dw yesterday and it's my first experience with a color laserjet in my home office; hard to pass up at this price point. The build looks really cheap (plastic is very thin and feels very fragile compared to my older non-color laserjets.) It came with a CD but no printed manual... just a small collection of paper scraps written in 75 languages about how to plug it in and turn it on. I can't complain about the print quality; it's quite good. What was surprising to me is what looks like a manual feed paper tray is just a slot where you can cross your fingers and shove a bunch of paper into. I nearly broke that tray trying to pull it out to load it up ... full review