Safe site containing info on HP products and services etc. The products are also quite fine, using some of those(laptops) at home.
Review by Nana Blechingberg3 years ago
Firma installiert seinen Druckern per FW Update eine Sperre die dafür sorgt, das günstige Fremdpatronen nicht mehr genutzt werden können. Boykott kann nur die Antwort sein.
Review by MHalliburton3 years ago
WILL GIVE YOU A VIRUS and CHARGE $99.99 to remove it
Review by Skyit3 years ago
employment application site for electronics company
Review by Dontrustskoda3 years ago
They sell quality machines. I bought a printer from them and was very happy. Some products have bad refund policies so just read that in advance.
Review by Valton Dosmagambetov3 years ago
Offers company news and information.
Review by Mr Moore4 years ago
Official HP web site and it's a good one too.
Review by Dubarry Osojnik4 years ago
Good site. HP (Hewlett-Packard) official website.
@HL189AT 09/01/2014 - What are you rambling on about? For some reason I don't see the connection between this site and what you wrote. Did you mean to write it somewhere else? If you think you're being "spammed" by HP, check the e-mail message(s) and look for the unsubscribe link or other procedure to unsubscribe. It's a legitimate company so you probably signed up for it when you bought something or entered your e-mail address on one of their websites. They're also most likely going to unsubscribe you relatively quickly when you follow through the unsubscribe steps. If someone else is spamming you with their product information, you'll have to be the judge of whether you want to follow the unsubscribe procedure or just press the DELETE button on your keyboard or mark the message(s) as spam, if they truly are and you are sure you didn't sign up for them.
Review by Mondonna4 years ago
Safe. It's the official HP page.
Review by Gmzzle5 years ago
Tragen eine große Mitschuld an der Gewalt in Gaza weil sie Israel die komplexe Technik der zur Überwachung der Bewegung aller Palästinenser zu kontrollieren,das ist unethisch.
Review by Mirlind Trojacek5 years ago
Hewlett-Packard's website. No longer a printer company but an overly large computer and business company.
Review by Poga Berr5 years ago
Best Printer and Scanner Manufactor Company.
Review by Yvrose5 years ago
FORGET THE PHYSICAL PRODUCTS AND ALL YOU OVERLY-NICE PEOPLE SAYING IT'S 'TRUSTWORTHY [to what degree??] - THIS IS ABOUT THE WEBSITE ITSELF BEING UNETHICAL:
Incompetent PC manufacturer STILL LYING (hence misleading claims or unethical) and misleading / omitting problems with their products. When will 'genius money-makers' realise that it's easier to just make a good product in the first place?! I mean - for all the marketing effort involved to profit from a given consumer market's ignorance, whilst causing great suffering to the usabilty of products (in order to save R & D and QA costs), do they think that customers will EVER return again, after being abused like this?
I won't post random forum links to the sheer IRE felt by HP's (ex-) customers. Just search their forum yourselves for 'incompetent' or 'incompetence'. See what I mean?!
Also, in the spirit of WOT being about the code of the website itself - their special tool for 'automated' support, that's supposed to check exactly what driver or BIOS updates I need on my laptop - FAILED at this, and instead invaded my privacy, which I can allow if it's for a purpose.
Instead of giving me a shortlist of updates, perhaps installing them for me, or at least making it about 5 clicks to get all the installers - no, MORE HP incompetence (at ALL levels!) Instead, all this invasive software did was check the model number for me (which I took easily from Right-clicking on 'Computer' in Windows and copying the VERY specific info from there, so it actually took MORE time than the manual way!
How do managers at HP and decision-making execs actually get away with their salaries, I don't know? WTF?
Where I come from, you do your job to a (probably more than this) minimum 75% competence, AND better be a VERY likeable person, or you get fired within DAYS.
What planet do HP live on?
Thus the whole company, the website especially cannot be trusted.
Instead of explaining the bugs in their software, they put a page up trumpeting how good it is:
It's a known bug-fest. It's installed (forced-onto) on new laptops, YOU'RE NOT SELLING IT SO WHY 'UP-SELL IT ON A MARKETING WEB PAGE?'
Unless it's a form of institutional psychological compensation for utter shambolic weakness in engineering.
Hence 'Misleading Claims Or Unethical' AND THEN SOME.
Never send a politician / marketer to do an engineer's job, in other words. Funny how that's common these days and seen as better than a common street beggar or thief. HOW IS IT SO? Ah right, it's actually worse - since the latter at least aren't pretentious, nor do they take a job that otherwise a more competent person would take!
Review by Korean5 years ago
Very good deals. No spamware just a good web surfing experience.
Review by Cmonnp Boratto5 years ago
hp does extremly bad support. with very high rates calling from certain mobile phones. In switzerland you get phone support from bulgaria.
Review by TakeoutMenu Tuakin5 years ago
Although it represents the highest rate of failing laptops, it is Safe and Clean
Review by Marlou5 years ago
Their computers kind of fail, but this is a safe site for all HP products.
Site easy to maneuver and I like the tips for using their products.
Review by Tecnico6 years ago
Gute Treiberseite von HP, alle Geräte innert Kürze gefunden.
Review by Jerelyn6 years ago
The official website of the Hewlett Packard computer company. It's safe.
Review by Sarjil6 years ago
My scoring and comments only apply to the consumer printer division of HP. I have ordered printers on-line from HP twice - HP offered the best price of any site, shipped for free (and quickly). I have downloaded drivers for many different HP printers several times. I have not any problems with my orders, the drivers, or my information being shared (that I can tell). HP does occasionally send promotional email but it is not frequent enough to be annoying.
I also have experience with HP's enterprise class server and storage line. My experience there has not been as favorable.