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Pros: Cheap. Support didn't respond to two phone calls, but got back to an email with instructions to fix a failure to load the OS. It's a working Win 7 computer for $150.
Cons: Surprisingly slow for a 64 bit machine but my grandson won't know the difference until he experiences a different computer, which may be a while.
Other Thoughts: I ordered a second for a backup.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Worked for a while
Cons: Sporadic crashes - avg 3 a week - after about two years.
Other Thoughts: After about 18 mos, started getting power event crashes, first monthly, then up to 3 a week after another year. I had tried different outlet, different circuit, borrowed a UPS - no luck. Replaced with different brand and all fixed. Not a high load computer; Intel I7 but no extra video cards. Mostly Photoshop.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: The regular print quality and speed I'd say were good, but the paper handling is amazing. You can put a stack of one sided pages in the feeder and get double sided copies automatically. You can even do a stack of double to double. You just have to pick up, rotate and reinsert the source stack (clearly shown on led screen). 4x6 photo paper sits in separate tray so you can get a nice print anytime without touching the printer. Fax works great.
Cons: Ink pricey. Hp pushes very hard to be able to send reams of coupons, coloring book pages, and whatever to your printer automatically to use up your ink.READ FULL REVIEW