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HP's latest All-In-One device, the $99 PSC 1510, and I got off on the wrong foot. I faithfully followed all instructions, yet found myself sitting on the floor for 20 minutes, trying to find a way to insert the two ink cartridges. I was about to give up when the device shifted its insides so that finally in they went.

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HP PSC

HP PSC 1510 All-In-One Review

Reader Score: 7.27 (out of 10)
"HP's latest All-In-One device, the $99 PSC 1510, and I got off on the wrong foot. I faithfully followed all instructions, yet found myself sitting on the floor for 20 minutes, trying to find a way to insert the two ink cartridges. I was about to give up when the device shifted its insides so that finally in they went. I have used many printers in my life and wondered if this was my fault or HP's. The printer then refused to produce a print cartridge alignment sheet the instructions said it would, and only did so after I turned the printer on and off several times. Now I had to scan that sheet and wait until the ON light stopped blinking, which it eventually did. Quite involved.

It's too bad that this excellent $99 printer/scanner/copier tries to force you into organizing your life the HP way. That should be your option, and not up to HP. You can, of course, ignore it all and simply use the PSC 1500 without all the software. Or you might like the HP software and end up buying more HP peripherals and devices. Which, I suppose, was HP's plan all along." ...

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