This LaserJet Pro printer is built with powerful productivity features for small teams — fast speeds, built-in security, and cloud connectivity so you can setup and manage it from anywhere. This printer uses dynamic security, which may be updated periodically by firmware updates.
The printer is intended to be used solely with cartridges using an original HP chip. Cartridges using a non-HP chip may not function or may cease to function.
hp. com/us-en/product/hp-laserjet-pro-4001-4004ne-dne-dwe-hp-printer-series/2100895701/model/35911568/manuals Quality printer with a few issues: Delay in print is unacceptable in internet/intranet mode No duplex of any kind (any size business needs auto duplex) No WIFI but installed LAN connection works USB-B is taped over but works/all ports work Install was missing a step Power cord disconnects if you move the printer and put any strain on the cord Setup: Download all the apps/manuals and put them in a folder on your desktop.
Follow the directions exactly on initial setup. The blinking getting ready light means that you need to install the setup/start app that you down-loaded. You can opt out of the paid service at anytime but the first 3 months is free.
Just do it! They will then send you the first setup Cart free. Also, you will need to adjust the printer to high quality mode in the app or in your printer settings in control panel. Be advised to not move the printer in anyway while you have it turned on.
Power cord will disconnect on you. Final thoughts: Get the Duplex version For faster print speeds use the USB-B cable jack. This a solid heavy quality unit Fits on most desktops What’s Included: HP LaserJet Pro 4001ne Printer Power cord HP 148A Black Original LaserJet Toner Cartridge Specifications Key Specs Voice Assistant Built-in No Mobile Device Printing Yes Networking Wired ENERGY STAR Certified Yes Printer Type Printer Duty Cycle Up to 80,000 ISO Mono Print Speed 42 pages per minute Monochromatic/Color Monochromatic Compatibility Voice Assistant Built-in No General Product Name LaserJet Pro 4001ne Black-and-White Laser Printer with 3 months of Instant Ink included with HP+ Brand HP Display Screen Yes Display Screen Size 1 inches Model Number LaserJet Pro 4001ne Color White Color Category White Connectivity Printer Connectivity Ethernet, HP Smart, Apple AirPrint, Mopria Print Service, USB 2.
0 Minimum System Requirements 2 GB available hard disk space; Internet connection or USB port; Internet browser. Dimension Product Height 9. 5 inches Product Width 15 inches Product Depth 25 inches Product Weight 18.
13 pounds Feature Portable No Automatic Document Feeder No Photo Printing No Automatic Reduction/Enlargement No Touch Screen No Automatic Two-Sided Printing No Wide Format Printing No Wide Format Scanning No Regulatory & Listing EPEAT Qualified Yes EPEAT Level Silver Ink Compatible Cartridges HP 148A Black Original LaserJet Toner Cartridge, HP 148X Black Original LaserJet Toner Cartridge Ink Subscription Service Available Yes Number of Black Cartridges Included 1 Number of Color Cartridges Included 0 Number Of Cartridges Required 1 Memory Internal Memory Yes Memory Card Slot No Paper Info Paper Feeder Bottom loader Paper Handling 100-sheet multipurpose Tray 1, 250-sheet input Tray 2; Up to 350 sheets (Tray 1: up to 100 sheets; Tray 2: up to 250 sheets) Standard Supported Paper Sizes Letter, Envelopes, Labels Tray Capacity 150 Performance Approximate Page Yield (Black) 2900 Printer Resolution (Black) Up to 1200 x 1200 Output Tray Capacity 150 sheets Recommended Monthly Volume 750-4000 First Page Out Time 6 seconds Warranty Manufacturer’s Warranty – Parts 1 year Manufacturer’s Warranty – Labor 1 year Other UPC 195161269448.
The HP LaserJet Pro MFP black and white all in one laser printer is a significant upgrade to my home office for printing speed, ease of use, and sheer volume handling. I work from home full time, my teens just started back to school with multiple pages of school paperwork to print, and my husband routinely needs to print invoices from home, so at two weeks in, I’ve already been through a 500 sheet pack of copy paper.
So far I’ve had zero issues with printing, remote printing, scanning, copying, or jams of any type. Note, this printer also includes landline based fax capabilities, however not something I’ve tested for this review.
The footprint of this printer is approximately 2′ x 1. 5′ x 1′, weighing in at just under 30 lbs. This provides a footprint that will fit on my desk, however with built in wireless connectivity and multiple user profiles, I appreciate the ability to place the printer in a centralized location so the family can access it without coming into my office.
Setting up the printer is easy. Remove printer from box, plug included power cord into outlet, and follow the on screen setup instructions. If desired, the printer can directly connect to a computer via USB cable or ethernet.
I installed the printer for remote use via my home wireless network, which required that I also installed the HP Smart app on my Android device. The app allows for admin functionality, user specific setup, as well as printing from my phone or desktop.
From the app I can also view estimated toner levels, order a one time toner shipment, or subscribe to toner refills. HP offers various levels of subscription services, allowing for toner to be shipped directly to your home / office based on your projected usage.
For functionality, this printer has an automatic document feeder, supports envelope / label printing, flatbed scanner, and boasts a 250 page tray, which I’ve confirmed can print 37 page documents in under a minute, with both single and double sided printing.
For scanning, the output file can be wirelessly sent via email, sent to a network folder, SharePoint location, computer, or to a USB drive connected to the printer. I can also scan from my phone and view / edit prior to saving the file.
In addition to easily handling high volume printing, scanning, and copying, the printer options provides the capability of printing detailed, high definition fine line prints, such as complex sheet music or art templates.
One bonus feature is that the printer works with my Alexa enabled devices, allowing for my teens to send school or grocery shopping lists and reminder notes from Alexa straight to the printer, without having the HP app installed.
Overall I find this printer to exceed the needs of a home office or personal business. With the app based functionality, printing speeds, and user options, this printer provides multiple users the freedom to print on the go, from anywhere, at any time.
I am honored to be a selected few to receive this innovative new HP printer, to test out and keep afterwards, in exchange for my honest review after using the product to provide a more informed purchase decision for other consumers or potential buyer of this new printer.
Overall, I think this is a great printer, it certainly works much better than my previous HP printer, which was an HP Photosmart 8800 series. I have owned a few HP printers in my lifetime, and they work well.
However, this new HP LaserJet Pro 3001dwe printer is much better. This HP+Laser printer is built with powerful productivity features, with fast speeds, advanced security and smart office features, so you can set u and manage it from anywhere, which makes this the perfect compact, yet powerful printer for office use and for small business owners.
Some of the key features I like about this advance HP printer, is its compact, fast and reliable design, with speeds up to 35 ppm, auto jam recovery and self-healing Wi-Fi to keep this printer going.
HP smart enabled, so you can easily print from virtually anywhere, anytime, including applications like Google Drive and Dropbox. Another great feature is that, this HP printer is designed for up to 7 users, which make collaborating with your small teams more productive and work more efficiently.
The simple shortcuts allow you, your small team or employees to complete common tasks with just a touch. The app is really great too, which allows you to optimize print tasks and time with shortcuts from the HP smart app.
The initial set up is also very quick and efficient, where you can manage from a single dashboard, such as onboard users, track toner levels, monitor security, and control settings, the guided, cloud-based setup make it easy to configure new printers and onboard users from virtually anywhere.
The printer is a good size, compact, yet, it still feels and look a bit bulky. I would have preferred a sleeker and more compact design, but overall, it does what it’s supposed to do, and performs well with speed and efficiency.
Another crucial security feature which I really like is the automated 24/7 monitoring helps ensure your printers and your information are always secure. You can also add a layer of security, with the PIN/pull option authenticates your printer jobs only when you are present as well.
This printer is backed by HP 2-year extended warranty as well. As with all HP printers, you can get hassle-free supplies managem.
Designed for medium sized teams, the Brother HL-L6400DW is the ultimate business tool that ensures overheads are kept to a minimum while maintaining and even increasing productivity in the workplace.
The 52 page per minute printer can be left unattended, freeing you up to do what you do best. Printing is an inevitable necessity in business, but that does not mean it should be expensive. The Brother HL-L6400DW is designed to keep your printing costs down while keeping productivity up.
The super high-yield toner cartridges will produce an impressive 12,000 pages before running out. For even lower cost, there is the ultra-high yield cartridge, capable of producing 20,000 pages. High capacity means high productivity.
By incorporating an adjustable 520 sheet capacity paper tray with a 50 sheet capacity multipurpose tray, Brother have ensured that your paper needs are always to hand and that fewer paper changes are required.
With the add on mailbox/sorter/stacker, you can assign separate bins for different users, meaning no more lost work and fewer re-prints are required. The mailbox add-on will also increase your printers output capacity from 120 sheets to a whopping 1,050 sheets.
There’s so many features that I love about this printer but the fact that it leaves ghosting on papers is a big negative. I use only brother ink and I have used multiple papers to see if it would fix the problem.
Brother was wonderful and replaced my machine and it still doing it on the new printer. I have a 6200 that does the same thing. Very disappointing.
The HL-L6400DW re-defines the term workhorse. This thing prints SUPER fast (almost a page per second) and the first page is usually out within 10 seconds. It has an extremely small footprint and hardly weighs anything, which makes it practically mobile if you find that you are relocating equipment frequently.
It has an option for a huge (20,000 page) toner cartridge, which also saves us a ton of time. The built-in paper tray holds an entire ream of paper, which is also nice. The print languages and protocols supported by this printer have also made my life easier as a system administrator.
Finally, the drivers that I used for Windows, MacOS, and Linux for our old printer (a Brother MFC-8890DW) worked out of the box for this new printer, so absolutely NO changes were required from a software/networking standpoint.
Absolutely amazing. Thanks Brother for a job well done on this machine!.
Great Printer that works well. However, I tried to connect it over my network and it initially worked then stopped. When I call Support (Live Chat) I was given all kinds of different fixes that did not work.
Finally connected it directly myself and it works fine.
Monochrome laser printer with dual trays delivers an impressive print speed of up to 52 pages per minute to maximize your workgroup’s productivity. Plus, it offers up to a 1200 x 1200 dpi resolution for crisp, clear text and excellent graphics.
Super high-yield, 12,000-page toner cartridge provides low cost printing for mid to large-size workgroups. Two 520-sheet paper trays and 50-sheet multipurpose tray let you quickly handle large print jobs.
Built-in wireless 802. 11b/g/n and gigabit Ethernet network interfaces allow you to share this printer with multiple users on your network. Integrated NFC card reader and active directory support for network user authentication help protect against unauthorized access to the device.
Touch-screen display offers intuitive menu navigation and printing from popular business cloud services. Printer also features an 800 MHz processor speed, 512MB of memory, toner save mode, mobile device compatibility, two-sided printing and more.
Up to 52 ppm – B/W – Letter A Size (8.5 in x 11 in) Up to 50 ppm – B/W – A4 (8.25 in x 11.7 in) Up to 24 ppm – B/W duplex – Letter A Size (8.5 in x 11 in) Up to 24 ppm – B/W duplex – A4 (8.25 in x 11.7 in)
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Reviews From Real Customers
This was the recommended printer for my business. It was easy to set up. the print speed was fast. So far so good. I enjoy this printer and I highly recommend it. Hopefully I will get a chance go review it 3 to 6 months from now.
The dual tray works perfectly for my notary loan signing business by having the capability of automatically printing on two different size papers within one document. Both the printing speed and the price point are excellent!.
No need to pause your productivity while you’re out and about with this HP LaserJet Pro wireless printer. With wireless technology, you can avoid trips to the printer and stay focused on what matters.
Automatically connect to your wireless network and start printing right away – from virtually anywhere. Features automatic 2-sided printing so you save time and reduce your cost of paper. Quickly print from a mobile device with no setup or apps needed.
Gives you business-quality prints at up to 1200 x 1200 dpi resolution. HP LaserJet Pro printer M201DW offers an 8000-page recommended monthly volume. Connect via USB 2. 0 and access tools from your PC to manage your printer and supplies.
HP LaserJet Pro monochrome printer features a 250-sheet paper tray. ENERGY STAR – For products that meet federal guidelines for energy efficiency.
Up to 26 ppm – B/W – Letter A Size (8.5 in x 11 in) Up to 25 ppm – black normal – A4 (8.25 in x 11.7 in)
USB 2.0, Gigabit LAN, Wi-Fi(n)
Reviews From Real Customers
I looked around hard for a printer to replace my ageing Laserjet 4M PS. I needed at least 600dpi plus resolution enhancement for pcb toner transfer to make circuit boards. When I compared features old and new the M201dw was a close alternative but excelled in page speed, memory and price.
The dw version has a similar back hinge cover which I use for straight through paper feeds on the old 4M. The M201dw has much more memory, a faster processor, smaller size footprint and is lighter and quieter.
Connectivitiy was really good. I use wired Ethernet for Home Office, usb is fast but I haven’t tried wireless yet because I want reliable comms every time! Output print quality is excellent and superior to the old 4M when I compared test prints to regular paper with a microscope.
I also print to photo glossy for pcb work and those results were excellent. The M201dw has many paper thickness options to choose from. In fact it can handle thicker paper weights than the 4M. The M201dw ships with a medium usage toner cartridge, but a higher capacity cartridge is available.
There are 2 paper slots and the bottom slot holds about 250 sheets 80gm, compared to 500 sheets on the 4M. The Laserjet 4M wasn’t a duplex printer. The M201dw does good duplex printing and is very fast.
I’ve permanently set the default options to Duplex which suits small Home Office where I try to produce less paper. There have been some negative reports about paper jams. I haven’t found this yet and haven’t tried thicker media like envelopes, card or label sheets.
Having run and maintained the Laserjet 4M for many years i am fully aware of the need to use good paper and not store it in a damp area. The M201dw has good Eco power features. You can turn off the printer if you want but its standby power is very low and it comes out of standby to print from wireless or network very quickly.
I found a few downsides. The supplied CD was very slow to read in my burner before the first screen came up. I had already looked on my Win7 platform and didn’t see a MS driver, understandable because this is a fairly new HP product.
I went with the HP CD install and regretted it afterwards. As well as essential drivers, you get a nice web interface type GUI ‘toolbox’ which allows the default settings to be done remotely. Unfortunately, there is also phone home aspects to their software and annoying screen popups asking if you want your cartridge ‘validated’ as genuine.
I can appreciate HP may see problems on printers using non-OE cartridges and they make disclaimers about warranty, but they should consider thatsome users may want to make their own choices. This printer cartridge is used in a few other HP printer models, so it should be around and available for a while.
I don’t know what the expected fuser ribbon life will be. In the end I uninstalled the supplied HP printer software Suite, used MS Windows update to update the driver store and installed the basic generic drivers.
You can also choose the ‘Install driver from other disc’ and find them on the HP CD root without installing the full HP application. When I need other print options I can set them up from MS printer properties.
It is early days, but so far I have been very impressed with this printer performance for its price.
If you’re looking for a low-cost, good-quality monochrome laser printer for occasional household or small-office printing, look no further, this one will fit the bill nicely. Despite the few Cons I’ve listed, I have no regrets in purchasing this unit.
I have very modest printing needs (less than 10 pages/month, typically,) but when you need a hardcopy, you need a hardcopy. I had a decent Canon inkjet color unit, but I grew tired of the ink evaporating (literally) and having to replace various color and B&W cartridges just to print a few pages every month.
I’ve had this HP LaserJet for several months now and it fits my needs perfectly with no worries about the toner evaporating while I’m not using it, and I don’t miss the color capabilities at all. This printer is simple and easy-to-use once installed, the toner cartridge goes right in and out without needing a degree in Engineering, and the printouts are just fine.
I haven’t had a single paper-jam yet and have barely consumed any toner in the past few months. I was tempted to give this one 5 Eggs, but the few negatives were just enough to prevent me from doing so.
If possible, I would give it 4. 5 Eggs, no problem.
I’ve had an HP laser printer in operation for more than 10 years (HP2015dn) and have been extremely satisfied with it. After 10+ years of service, it’s tired and needed to be replaced. Based on my great experience with an HP product, it was the only brand I sought for my replacement laser printer.
Because my business situation has changed, and I no longer need to push heavy cycles monthly, I was looking for a mid-range laser printer that could handle my printing needs affordably in terms of both initial and operational costs.
While the M201DW is physically more lightweight and seems less solid than my old 2015dn, I am trusting that this will not affect the functionality of the printer. The M201DW is aesthetically attractive and the screen display is a handy feature the 2015dn lacked.
The footprint of the M201DW is perfect for a small office setting. I had no difficulty whatsoever to connect the printer to my network wirelessly and I’ve had no problems with dropped connectivity. Double-sided printing feature works well, print quality is great, and the response time to first printed page is relatively quick at about 5 – 8 seconds.
Replacement toner cartridges will be roughly half the cost of those used in the 2015dn printer. I’ve been using the M201DW in my home office for about 2 weeks. To date, I have no complaints and would not hesitate to purchase this model again.
With class-leading print speeds of up to 36 pages per minute, you’re sure to be working smoothly to help you print more and wait less. 250-sheet paper capacity helps improve your efficiency with fewer refills and accepts both letter-size and legal-size paper.
With mobile printing, you can print wirelessly from your desktop, laptop, smartphone and tablet without having to plug in directly. Also, touch-to-connect printing with NFC simplifies how you connect for added convenience.
I’m several weeks into use, but to date I find this to be an excellent choice for a B&W laser printer with manual scanning if you don’t need (or want) a document auto-feed feature. My usage level is light, home-based, less than 10 pages per day.
If you’re looking for auto-feed, then the corresponding Brother model is MFC-L2750DW. The absence of auto-feed reduces the machine height somewhat and provides a basically flat top surface along with a smoother opening of the top to access the glass scanning surface (for manual scanning) compared with the MFC-L2750DW, when I compared the two models side-by-side.
The printer works with a Window 10 driver (I believe) for easy printing. In any case, after installing the Brother software, I have been able to print directly from open documents without having to open separately a Brother program.
The printing is a bit noisy, but it’s nice that the paper delivery remains securely inside the machine body (as portrayed in pictures) rather than shooting out as is often the case with less expensive machines that are strictly printers.
Regarding the scanner: I don’t think there is a built-in Windows driver. I installed the Brother program, which has multiple options for different types of documents and colors. The program though does seem a bit more cumbersome to operate compared with the Epsom scanning program that I used previous (on an Epsom machine before that machine became inoperative).
It does have more features, though. (Remember that while you can scan a color document to create a color electronic document, you of course can only print in B&W. ) I’ve not used the copy function. Thus over all I rate this 5-star so far, as the shortcomings I’ve encountered so far are based more on comparison with an ideal standard rather than representing any technical issues.
I bought this Brother’s model because I gave my wife a nice, new Apple Mac Pro for her birthday and discovered my trusty HL5370-DW would not print anything from the kingdom of Apples. And, like that model, that has chugged along, creating literally tens of thousands of perfectly printed copies (cards, notes, letters, envelopes) over years and years, this one works perfectly.
PLUS, I now can replace my old HP 3-in-1 (that was only used for scanning) and an old Xerox (that was only used for photocopying), with a model that will not only do what the 3 machines did, but does it faster, with memory for the printing, a nifty little screen to tell it what you want to do, and all for the same footprint.
My only (slight) complaint is a little “crack-buzz” as it comes to life and warms up – which it does quite quickly. I have yet to try the scanner function – I use my phone for so much of that these days.
But, when I do, I’ll try checking back in and keep you updated. One thing I wish it had: the 5370 took a very high-capacity toner cartridge that easily printed over 8,000 copies. I could not find such a high-capacity cartridge for the L2395.
Still my wife has retired from teaching (that generated vast numbers of papers) and I am also doing far less correspondence. Plus, now I can print directly from my iPhone and my wife’s iPad, as well as the new Samsung (Windows11) machine I just got from BestBuy.
So, this is an all-around winner in our household. I waited a bit before reviewing to be sure that the machine would perform well. Have printed cards, envelopes, photos (b&w proofs), copied, 1-sided, 2-sided, card stock, and thin stock.
I’ve used every phone and other device that prints and it talks to them all and does a great job. Would recommend to any friend who wants a good, b&w printer that will NOT cost a lot to operate for years to come.
I have worn out a lot of printers in my time — Panasonic, HP, and Brother. I have come to massively prefer Brother. I bought a Brother printer (printer only, no scan or copy) when I went to graduate school in 2012.
The key feature that sold me was the paper tray capacity of 250 sheets. Wonderful for printing drafts and drafts of papers for my classes, and my master’s thesis. That printer gave excellent service for several years, until it finally gave up the ghost just last year.
It lasted longer than any other printer I have had. As I said, I can wear out a printer. This current printer also has a 250 sheet paper tray, again a big selling point for me. I have made good use of the scanning function, and some use of the copy function, and they have worked just fine.
The scanning needs to have a little bit bigger field, as the right margin gets cut off just a tiny bit, but not a big problem. I haven’t had to replace the toner cartridge yet, so we’ll see how big a bite that will be in the wallet.
One complaint I have is a complaint I have about all software these days — no printed manual. I’m 75 years old, which means I am old school. Having to go online to get to a manual sometimes is a royal pain in the sitting-down place.
Having to leave the screen I’m working on to get to the copy of the manual I downloaded is also a pain. I’d rather have a printed manual, like we used to in the early days of home computers, that I could hold in my lap while remaining in my workspace.
That way, I don’t have to switch back and forth from the manual to my work, and forget the instruction I just read while I’m getting back to my workspace.
Simplify your setup with the compact and wireless LaserJet Pro M102w Monochrome Laser Printer from HP for rapidly creating sharp documents at up to 23 ppm with a first print out speed of 7. 3 seconds.
The quality comes from FastRes technology which can boost the 600 x 600 dpi resolution to effectively 1200 dpi. Also it features both a 150-sheet input tray and a 10-sheet priority slot for handling media from 3 x 5 to 8.
5 x 14. Bumping up the usability is the implementation of Wi-Fi in addition to USB 2. 0 for connecting directly to computers and mobile devices. Additionally it features a simple button LED control panel and features a monthly duty cycle of 10 000 pages.
Up to 23 ppm – B/W – Legal (8.5 in x 14 in) Up to 23 ppm – B/W – Letter A Size (8.5 in x 11 in)
Reviews From Real Customers
PLEASE READ THIS!!First of all I want to tell you that this is awesome small and simple printer exactly what me and probably most of you need. One of the things that is NOT in the manual is that there is very very simple way to connect this printer to your home network without cables pc or phone at all.
Just turn on the WPS on the printer and push the WPS button on your home router and after 1 min its connected. To turn on the WPS mode on the printer just press and hold the blue button with wireless icon for 5 sec.
I read a lot of reviews about this HP M102w stating that is slow and noisy and what not. This printer works fast and quiet. It takes exactly 7seconds from fully sleep mode to printed page from my phone.
The Smart HP printing app works very well too. It finds the printer for seconds over your WiFi network. For me is the best solution for my needs l, and for the price range its just perfect. Its small and it can be stored everywhere.
Do not hesitate to buy you will not regret. Hope this review help you with your decision. And by the way the quality of the prints is excellent. The toner that comes with the printer is for 600 pages, after that you can buy larger capacity for 1600 pages.
Have now been running my new 8730 which is a replacement for my old 8620 which lasted 12 years. After reading all the reviews and my experience with HP products I decided to purchase the 8730 and WOW was I surprised at how good a choice I made.
All the comments about poor photograph quality is in my opinion rubbish as the quality on the correct photo paper is as good as any print from a photographer. The speed and quietness is also very impressive and of course the ease of set-up was second to none.
If you are thinking of a new or replacement printer the HP Office Jet Pro 8730 is probably the best money can buy in the range of inkjet’s.
I’ve had this product 18 months now. It’s entire purpose is to print wirelessly and in this aspect it fails utterly. If like me you print little, then you have to go to the printer and re-install the software every 3 months and this is not wireless printing.
Wireless printing means not having to take your laptop to the printer. I cannot find words to describe how utterly awful this product is. For a start PUT MORE BUTTONS ON IT!!! Daft meaningless multi purpose lamps that you are not sure are lamps and/or buttons and they don’t do anything either way are not helpful.
I won’t be returning to either HP, or Printerland in future.
This practical colour printer is designed to print quietly while also offering up to 18 pages per minute print speed. With the large 250 sheet paper capacity, and large inbox toner, this machine is easy to set up and start printing straight from the box.
Within a busy office environment, you don’t need any additional noise to distract you from your work. The Hl-L3210Cw prints up to 18 pages per minute in full colour at under 47dB, which is classed as quieter than your daily office conversation.
These industry leading specifications, make this colour printer perfect for desktop working. Make an impact to your business documents with a hint of colour. The Hl-L3210Cw offers up to 2,400dpi print quality, and uses LED technology to produce high quality professional prints.
This robust desktop device is easy to use and simple to set up. With a large inbox toner giving you up to 1,000 pages straight from the box, your new machine is ready to use straight away. Combine this with quick print options from both your phone and tablet, this machine gives you the peace of mind required when running a business.
These desktop devices are fast, reliable and great value. The built in 250 sheet paper capacity allows you to keep working longer without having to replenish the paper tray. By using the high yield supplies, you won’t have to spend time changing your toner as often, as well as achieving a competitive cost per page for both colour and mono.
By boosting productivity, and reducing any down time, your office can run more smoothly.
Up to 18 ppm – B/W – A4 (8.25 in x 11.7 in) Up to 18 ppm – color – A4 (8.25 in x 11.7 in) Up to 19 ppm – B/W – Letter A Size (8.5 in x 11 in) Up to 19 ppm – color – Letter A Size (8.5 in x 11 in)
Reviews From Real Customers
My wife and I had an HP CP2020 color laser printer that I got from my workplace when they were buying new equipment and giving away the old. It worked great for about three years for our personal and side-business needs, and then it began streaking badly.
Given that it was over a decade old, we deemed it not worth repairing. Previously, we’d relied on color inkjet printers, which produce great-looking documents but are slow and consume lots of expensive ink.
I researched color laser printers. This one got great reviews, was the cheapest by quite bit, and did everything our old HP did, and more. Having had good experiences with brother products over the years (my 2004 monochrome laser printer still works, but nobody makes toner cartridges for it anymore), we decided to buy this one.
We have a home network with Apple Macintoshes, iPads, and iPhones. The documentation on how to install the drivers was confusing, and I’ve been working with high tech since 1983 and was a technical writer for a decade.
Once I figured out what to do, the installation of the macOS and iOS drivers and apps went smoothly. The printer is fast, is relatively quiet, and produces excellent quality printouts. I highly recommend it.
Of course, I can’t yet comment on how it holds up over the long term. Be aware that laser printers aren’t meant for printing high-quality photos. For that, you need an inkjet printer and photo paper.
We rarely print photos these days, but, when we do, sending them to a local pharmacy or Costco print department is easy and cheap.
Have had a few months, having a lot of trouble with the unit going into sleep mode, and Brother tech support verifies you cant turn it off! They disabled the hidden menu that used to be available on their laser printers to turn off deep sleep, and mine goes into sleep mode immediately upon reboot/reset, then shortly after into deep sleep and there’s nothing that will wake it up.
Deep sleep knocks it offline every time, so when I use it I have to uninstall, re setup wifi and it only works until I stop. Within a minute it goes into sleep mode, unusable again. Brother support offered no solution nor warranty coverage, seller refused to take it back because its over 30 days.
Clearly either a software or electronic defect in this 4 month old printer, its now trash. Yes, updated all firmware, reinstalled several times, set the time for sleep, same result. Won’t buy Brother again, won’t buy from this seller again.
Expected better from a seller Walmart allows in their market, as well as from Brother.
So far so good! I managed to pick this up from a very nice place at a really good price. It was really easy to set up and although I’ve only used it a couple of times, it really produces fantastic quality prints.
I bought it mainly for my daughter who is a student. She is studying art and needs quality colour pictures printed from time to time, along with course work text. Only being for occasional use I wanted a laser printer as ink cartridges cost a fortune and tend to dry up.
So basically are poor value for money. Our new Brother led printer solves that problem which is great! It replaced a Samsung grey scale laser printer which is a little smaller, but I managed to find space to site the Brother.
One thing I will say, it is very heavy! So mind your back when lifting the box and take care when removing it from the box and installing it. Could be a two person job to be on the safe side. All in all you can’t go wrong, especially if you can get one at the good as I did, very happy.
Boost the printing capabilities of your home or small office with the 30 ppm speed of the wireless LaserJet Pro M203dw Monochrome Laser Printer from HP. Able to produce up to 30 ppm or 18 ppm when printing two sided the M203dw is a very capable unit.
It also features USB 2. 0 Ethernet and Wi-Fi connectivity for setting up in nearly any position as well as for direct printing from a smartphone or tablet. With a resolution of up to 1200 x 1200 dpi and the ability to work with documents from 3 x 5 to 8.
5 x 14 users will be able to improve productivity very easily. The M203dw can get started quickly with a first print out time of 6. 6 seconds. Also it features both a 250-sheet input tray and a 10-sheet priority tray for quickly using multiple media types.
Additionally it has a rated monthly duty cycle of 30 000 pages.
Up to 28 ppm – B/W (ISO/IEC 24734) – A4 (8.25 in x 11.7 in) Up to 30 ppm – B/W (ISO/IEC 24734) – Letter A Size (8.5 in x 11 in) Up to 49 ppm – black landscape – A5 (5.83 in x 8.25 in) Up to 6 ppm – black portrait – A5 (5.83 in x 8.25 in) Up to 18 ipm – duplex – A4 (8.25 in x 11.7 in) Up to 18 ipm – duplex – Letter A Size (8.5 in x 11 in)
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I have set up this printer through a usb cable. I have set it up over my wifi. I have followed all the manuals for this product I could find. I have restarted everything and cleared all errors. I have even downloaded the borderline malware that is the HP Smart Printer App.
And yet, somehow, I still have to click print multiple times before it will even print one copy. AND it stalls for about 20-30 minutes after I press print before printing anything. Then I end up with however many copies that I clicked the print button.
Which would make sense, if only I weren’t forced to click print 7 times before this printer will even consider printing anything. Overpriced paperweight that will occasionally print too much of one thing for no apparent reason.
I have had this for about a week and it is working fine. Installation was a bit of a pain. HP really seems to want you to register, I assume so they can replace toner cartridges. If you don’t want to do this, options start to get fewer.
It would not link to the WPS button on the router. I finally hooked it up using a USB cable to get one computer started and then switched it over to wireless. Once set up, other devices in the house recognized it on the network and connected seamlessly.
This included IPhones and IPads. It is working fine and starts printing much faster than my previous laser printer. But, when it goes to sleep, both the wireless light and power light start to flash.
Since the printer is set up in a bedroom, these lights are hugely disruptive and had to be covered.
The HP LaserJet Pro M404 printer is designed to let you focus your time where it’s most effective-helping to grow your business and staying ahead of the competition. Specifications. Maximum Print Speed (Black): 40 ppm.
Print Resolution (Black) (Width x Height): 1200 x 1200 dpi. Output: B&W. Printer Type: Laser. Model Name/Number: LaserJet Pro M404dw. LCD Display: Yes. Connector/Port/Interface: Ethernet; USB; Wi-Fi.
Network Types: 10/100/1000Base-T Ethernet; 802. 11b/g/n Wireless. Network Ready: Yes. Network Capable: Yes. First Page Out: 6. 1 sec. Maximum Paper Size: 8 1/2 x 14.
English, French, Spanish / Canada, Mexico, United States, Latin America (excluding Argentina, Brazil, Chile)
Up to 38 ppm – B/W (ISO/IEC 24734) – A4 (8.25 in x 11.7 in) Up to 40 ppm – B/W (ISO/IEC 24734) – Letter A Size (8.5 in x 11 in) Up to 31 ipm – B/W duplex – A4 (8.25 in x 11.7 in) Up to 33 ipm – B/W duplex – Letter A Size (8.5 in x 11 in) Up to 63 ppm – black landscape – A5 (5.83 in x 8.25 in) Up to 14 ppm – black portrait – A5 (5.83 in x 8.25 in)
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I love my new HP Laserjet Pro M-404DW. This printer is quiet, fast and has great print quality. I needed a printer that had great print quality, was fast , had automatic duplexing of print and would allow wireless printing, this printer “checks all the boxes”! This printer replaces 2 brother laser printers that failed within a 2 year period, the first printer lasted about 18 months the second one only lasted 2 months, bothe were replaced under geek squad replacement warranties.
It all comes down to you get what you pay for. A sub $200 laser cannot compare to a $420. HP Laserjet. The speed anf print quality on this HP Laserjet blows away the previous Brother printer. The print quality on the HP is so much clearer and sharper than the print on the Brother.
Even when set on the lowest print quality the Hp printers print quality is so much cleared and sharper than the brother laser even on brothers highest print quality. There is no comparison between the HP and the Brother, the HP wins hands down.
The superior build quality is evident immediatly when you open the HP box, everything fits better the toner cart fits much better and slides in more smoothly on the HP than the Brother and is much quieter when printing.
Yes the HP is about twice the cost and the toner carts are more expensive, but you get what you pay for! You can buy quality once first off or you can go cheap and spend much more on multiple throw away printers.
I am confident this printer will last much longer and print much better than the previous 2 printers it replaces. I am very pleased with my HP M404DW!.
HP printers are the best in built quality and reliability. After 22 years of using the HP LaserJet 2200dn the on/off switch broke and was not able to find a replacement – sad. But it gave us many, many thousand perfect pages without a single jam! However, HP Printer Premium Paper (24lb) was always used! Bought this LaserJet Pro M404dw last week with the 4-year extended warranty and tech support: Comments: 1) is not as fast as HP states of 40ppm, much much slower than my old printer; 2) setup/driver download/install was easy and fast; my dell PC recognized it immediately; 3) however, the wireless connection to my iPhone was a nightmare, until finally it connected; 4) the extended warranty with Technical Support is provided by “Asurion”, which is physically located in the Philippines; 5) Asurion support was very poor, to say the least: a) their English is below par, even though the issue was repeated several times and repeated “s l o w,” b) was transferred 4 times!, c) the first two said the printer was defective, even though I was telling them is printing fine.
The issue is only with the wireless portion, which is not being recognized! They said “return the printer is new so go back to the store and get another one”! I requested to be transferred to a technician.
d) the other two non-techs (even thought I requested to speak with a tech) said they couldn’t help me, so I requested again to be transferred to a tech. They did not understand, so I hang up, e) Called and for the fifth (5) time, then was able to speak with tech (yeah!) who’s English was poor, BUT he paid attention to what I was explaining to him, he was very helpful (Francis).
Francis understood and was able to guide me circumnavigating the wireless portion and in 25 minutes I was up and running and printing from my iPhone! Thanks to Francis! f) the printer is very quite printing and is not on “quiet” mode.
g) is small (15 x 14. 06 x 8. 5 in) and only weigh 18. 8lbs, w/o box. h) IF during setup you set the printing to “fine” it will yield 1200 x 1200 dpi, which is an outstanding resolution! Have had HP printers form 30+ years and obviously a fan after trying other brands.
An HP fan for business and home (now retired). Plan to continue buying HP printers through “Staples” because of their great service. However, will not order/buy again the extended “Asurion” plans – too much stress.
Do recommend this printer. If you do NOT want fast printing speeds. If you want faster printing speeds, then choose the HP M507dn.
Bought 2 of these as work printers for two different computers. The printer never prints when you hit print. I have uninstalled and reinstalled the drivers multiple times, trying to reset. Also, have cleared out the queue.
The times I have had a successful print, it prints random characters at the top of the page. When I go to the website for help I try to download the HP Print and Scan doctor and upon installing, when I click on it says the program is not functioning correctly.
Hp 1PV86A#BGJ Laser printer handles your business solutions securely and helps conserve energy with EcoSmart toner. Advanced security continually detects and stops threats while adapting to new ones to keep your information safe.
And it automatically self-heals from attacks so your IT department doesn’t need to intervene. Easy-to-use features, fast print speeds and simple mobile printing options help you keep up with the speed of business.
2. 7″ display allows you to easily navigate through your options for simple use. Simple mobile printing options allow you to print from a variety of mobile devices. Laser printer also offers 512MB memory, 45-page-per-minute print speed, 1.
English, French, Spanish / Canada, Mexico, United States, Latin America (excluding Argentina, Brazil, Chile)
Up to 43 ppm – black normal – A4 (8.25 in x 11.7 in) Up to 34 ipm – B/W duplex – A4 (8.25 in x 11.7 in) Up to 65 ppm – black draft – A5 (5.83 in x 8.25 in) Up to 45 ppm – black normal – Letter A Size (8.5 in x 11 in) Up to 36 ipm – B/W duplex – Letter A Size (8.5 in x 11 in)
2.7 inch QVGA LCD display
Reviews From Real Customers
We purchased this printer to replace an aging HP 3525 Color Laser that became too costly to repair. At the time of purchase, Jan 2022, options were limited due to supply constraints. This model was the only HP color laser that was available from Best Buy and was well reviewed and had Airprint built into the firmware.
About 50% of our printing needs are from iOS devices. We were using an HP inkjet for that and it works well but we had a need for laser output for some larger quantity graphic design needs. On initial setup, print output was nice for the lowest tier enterprise HP laser printer.
Airprint worked but only if the printer was actually on and not in standby, unlike the inkjet which would wake from sleep to print from iOS. Reading an included warning sheet that we should update firmware immediately, we decided to give that a try to improve the Airprint functionality.
Normally, and from past experience, I don’t like to update firmware without good reason, but we were hopeful it would fix the connectivity issue from the stand by state. For full disclosure, I have worked in IT for the last 20 years and am familiar with the mDNS and other network issues related to Airprint.
Once the laser printer firmware was updated, Airprint was no longer functional! The inkjet printer on the same network still worked just fine printing via Airprint. I tried to downgrade the firmware and was shocked to see that HP does not offer past firmware!! So there was no way to downgrade to regain the Airprint functionality even if it was limited by having to physically take the printer out of standby first.
I contacted HP support via chat and was immediately told it was due to iOS updates (15) and that many people with many different printers were having issues. Maybe true, but we were still running iOS 14 and the inkjet still worked.
The agent could give me no timeline for a fix and suggested I just return the printer!!! For a software fix!!! They refused to provide any of the past firmware to try and trouble shoot. Even though I was confident in our routers ability to pass Airprint traffic correctly (it worked with another printer on the same network) I did try another router with the same result.
The chat agent opened a ticket that asked for a fix or an older firmware file. Ticket number 5079357861. The ticket was closed without ANYTHING being done, a few days later!!! The printer prints fine, has a fairly small footprint, and is not too loud, but apparently if you want Airprint as advertised, HP does not care.
In fact, if you need support of any type from HP, you might be disappointed if my experience is anything to go by. I have 5 days left on my elite return status but I figured I paid for the extended warranty and if it is not fixed within 6 months I can turn it in as not functional as advertised, which will be true, and request the funds to purchase a different printer.
I feel sorry for Best Buy in this case, but who else can hold the vendors like HP accountable? Not us little guys apparently.
I have had this printer for about 4 months. I bought this printer because I wanted a color printer, and compared to the M255 and M454, when I factored in the cost of the toner, it was the cheapest option.
This printer contains the full toners, not the starter toners, so while the cost of the printer was higher, when I added in the extra expense of replacing the starter toners earlier in the other printers than I would on this printer, it turned out to be cheaper overall.
Anyone comparing printer costs should factor this in. The quality of the print is excellent. My previous printer, a brother color laser, was ok but not great. The quality of this printer reminds me of the Oki printer I purchased in 2005 which had such good quality people kept telling me how impressed they were.
The speed of the print jobs is also very good. The only thing with this printer I have at issue with is every time we get an interruption in power, I have to reset the LAN connection. This is because the printer is not directly connected to my PC but connected through a LAN port.
It is not the fault of the printer but my own setup. The benefit with this setup, however is that I can see the printer wirelessly from other PCs and laptops, so I will take that tradeoff. I highly recommend this printer if you are looking for high quality in a printer and something that works efficiently.
Ok, bit of a story but hopefully its a heads up to others. I had some spare drives lying around so thought id pop those into this, 3x 1TB drives and a single 500GB. Configured as XRAID, the ReadyNAS creates two RAID5 volumes, a 4 disk one of 500GB and a 3 disk one of the remaining 500GB on the 1TB drives.
It then presents the sum of that as a single data volume so quite painless and neat. During some configuration, the unit didnt respond and I had to pull the power plug, at this point, it appeared to have lost the configuration and told me that I had to remove inactive disks to use the volumes data and data0 the above RAID sets but the disks werent inactive.
Anyway, since I was just setting up, I put it down to one of those random IT things and carried on. Having set up the volumes, I set to work shoving stuff from a plethora of disks onto this, you know the sort of thing, the family photos, the family videos, all that important stuff.
Good plan, after all, this is going onto a RAID store. you can see where this is going already rightNext, I thought id get smart. Rather than copy from a USB external drive on my PC, across the network to the NAS, why not just connect the USB 3 drive direct to the back of the NAS, surely the copy would be faster on the same hardware than introduce the network.
That all went smimmingly. until the last and yes really it was the last file, 7GB, not that thats of specific relevance but as my luck would have it, the NAS fell off the network, it would respond to ping but not the power button.
Only one thing for it, pull the power plug. Upon reinserting the power plug and watching it boot, it flashed to say that drive 3 had failed well I didnt think it had but I thought Uh oh. at least its RAID are you falling off your chair laughing yetSo I went into the NAS web admin page to be told.
Remove inactive disks 1,2,3,4 in order to access the volume data and as previously, it was showing me the raw data and data0 RAID 5 sets. Going to the share config in the admin told me that I needed to create a volume first.
WTFYou might think, oh well, it was only copying to it but in classic screw up fashion, id been deleting as I went from my source disks bangs head VERY hard. Now, just to put this into some perspective, there are many things that Id be very ashamed to have to admit to my wife that id done.
Telling her how I, an IT guy for 30 years had just monumentally lost all our family pictures and videos was right there at the top of the shame list. Being a holiday weekend, I figured now was the time to turn it off and just leave it before waiting 2 days to get in touch with Netgear support.
I rationalised that the data must be there, some part of the config was missing but nonetheless, spent money on volume recoveryundelete software and went at the lengthy process of scouring my original disks to recover what I could.
I also had 2 days in which to readresearch and see what other experiences people had with these units. Some even report the same issues or very similar in Stationery Packs reviews. When I did get through to Netgear the first level support girl was very understanding, had a look at the logs Im sure she didnt mind encountering the porn on the PC while looking in the downloads folder for the log.
zip file during the remote session and said one of the disks isnt on the supported HCL. We had a discussion on this point, I accept the HCL, non compliant statement but pressed my point that the disk that failed wasnt the non HCL one and that upon reboot again, it was not showing an error so I believed the error at the time to be a timing related issue or similar.
Anyway, she was courteous and escalated me to second level. Ian went through his routine equally competently I might add and conceded that this was going to be escalated and he wanted to go through the option to enable SSH.
except you cant do that if you dont have a volume mounted. Never mind, paperclip in the rear and bring it up in the Support mode where it listens on a port. He confirmed that it was accessible and that was the end of his involvement.
There the unit sat for a day. patiently waiting to be stroked and teased by a level 3 tech. I did expect a phone call first but I happened to be sitting next to it and noticed it was active, disk activity, then it shutdown and restarted into the running mode.
Immediately then came an email from level 3 tech to say he had recovered the volume, take a look. As I write this, I am copying everything off as a backup, as per my original intent. The unit has a choice of several apps which connect to various cloud storage providers for automated backup, one of those will be going on later and I shall also be writing out some Blu Ray discs for backup and looking at a fireproof safe.
I will replace the non HCL drive tomorrow, even though I dont see that as a factor here, Netgear wouldnt be unreasonable for denying support as they state they may. Ive spent my working career for IT hardware and software manufacturers so I know how that works, the risk was mine.
Credit to Netgear support, very professional, courteous, understanding and with a fabulous outcome HUGE THANK YOUOnce ive got the content secure, im going to bully it a bit more and see if I can understand the failure mode, especially when I have 4 HCL compliant drives, then that might be a different discussion but for now, if you too want to avoid utter shame and a divorce lawyer.
This is NOT your only back up solution Do make regular copies Dont delete your only original copy Establish an alternate back up DO use supported hardware, it avoids those awkward discussions about but yeah it should be ok Netgear Support may be able to help if you dont dick around with it and make things worseAll of the above being blindingly obvious to me throughout my career but I thought I was going to be ok just this once yeah yeah, laugh at me now but learn vicariously and dont be so foolishAbout the device itself, im sure itll be a wonderful addition to the family IT infrastructure, once ive got past the stage of treating it like a cat that has just scratched my eyes out.
I like the iSCSI support, just need bigger disks to make more use of that to create volumes on others machines in the house, plus I need to have more confidence that the thing isnt going to drop the config on me again.
The ability to dynamically add bigger drives one at a time to allow rebuild and not have to fully backup hahahaha and reconfig the RAID sets seems like it should be a nice feature. So at the moment, Im not unhappy, just bruised confidence and after a few days of bullying it, if I can reproduce it dropping the volume configuration then ill likely be winging its way back to Stationery Packs.
Final words in case they havent sunk in. you cannot replace those years of lost family pictures and videos, however you can replace the wife but that tends to be expensive apparently.
Winning in business means working smarter. The HP LaserJet Pro M404 printer is designed to let you focus your time where it’s most effective-helping to grow your business and staying ahead of the competition.
Dynamic security enabled printer. Only intended to be used with cartridges using an HP original chip. Cartridges using a non-HP chip may not work, and those that work today may not work in the future.
Set up this printer fast and easily manage device settings to help increase overall printing efficiency. Make the most of your office space with a printer that conveniently fits into your workstyle. Avoid frustrating reprints, wasted supplies, and service calls using Original HP toner cartridges.
Up to 38 ppm – B/W (ISO/IEC 24734) – A4 (8.25 in x 11.7 in) Up to 40 ppm – B/W (ISO/IEC 24734) – Letter A Size (8.5 in x 11 in) Up to 63 ppm – black landscape – A5 (5.83 in x 8.25 in) Up to 14 ppm – black portrait – A5 (5.83 in x 8.25 in)
Reviews From Real Customers
This printer doesn’t have all the extra bells and whistles and is priced as such. If you want fast, sharp black and white prints, this fits the bill. Not true wi-fi but the Smart app makes it perform like wi-fi from any device as long as you’re okay connecting the printer itself to your network router/modem via ethernet.
Manual only for two-sided printing. Doesn’t have a scanner or a copier. A printer only. But with the smart app, you can scan your items with your phone or tablet camera and seamlessly send the print job to this printer.
Same thing for files. If you have the need to do photos regularly, that would be one reason to go with a different printer.
My old HP M402n was awesome, so I ordered the updated model M404n when it was time to buy. Stay with a winner, right? Wrong. Maybe HP engineers tried loading too much software capability into the Smart App?? It worked initially.
for 1 day. then started going “offline” regularly. Tried using the HP support, Scan Doctor, delete/reinstall. you name it. but the Doctor never revived this critter. I’m a mid-level tech sort of guy, but after I wasted 4 hours of my work time, I called it quits.
Returned it, bought a Brother HL-L2395. $100 cheaper, BTW. No problems, up and flying in about 15 minutes with the set up CD and online updates.
Laser printers have several advantages over inkjet printers…but, at the same time, there are certain advantages that ink jet printers have over laser printers. The HP LaserJet Pro M404n is a perfect example.
Is the M404n right for you? We shall see………. UNBOXING & INITIAL IMPRESSIONS: Many companies have switched to “environmentally-friendly packaging” (cardboard, as opposed to Styrofoam), including HP in many of their lower-end printers.
Unfortunately, HP still uses (a lot of) Styrofoam in packaging their higher-end printers. While it does keep the printer ‘safe’ during shipping, the impact to the environment will last for several human generations.
As for cables, the ONLY cable included is the power cord…there are no USB and/or Ethernet cables included. On the ‘bright’ side, the printer’s toner cartridge comes pre-installed. SETUP: This was both simple, and difficult.
The physical setup, as well as installing the drivers & software, were a breeze. Setup consisted of plugging in the power cable, connecting the Ethernet cable (the printer can be connected directly to a single computer, via USB, if you don’t want/need network printing capabilities), powering the printer up, and answering a few simple questions on the printer’s 2-line LCD display.
For driver/software installation, you have two options – you can download the HPEasyStart file (6. 43MB), or you can download the full-install package (111. 5MB). The first option is the easier, and smarter, way to go, as it will only download the components needed for your specific setup, and will walk you through every (well, almost every, as I later discovered, and will explain, below) step of the install/configure process.
As mentioned, there is a slight problem in configuring everything, that being that, while configuring the EWS (Embedded Web Server settings, the ‘Internet connection’ is not automatically connected. After installation is complete, if you go to the “Web Services” tab, on the ‘Summary’ page, under ‘Internet connection’, it will indicate “Not Connected”…even though ‘Web Services Status’ shows “Enabled”, and ‘Printer connection to HP Connected’ indicates “Connected”.
As discovered during a phone call with HP’s tech support, the printer’s Network connection needs to be set to a static IP, as opposed to the dynamic IP setting configured during the setup. You do this in a 2-step process.
First, on the “Network” tab, under ‘General’, click on ‘Network Protocols’, and change it to “Enable IPv4 only”, then click. Next, go to ‘Wired’ (“Network” tab), then ‘IPv4 Configuration’, and change the IP Address Configuration from “DHCP” to “Manual IP”.
If everything is working as it should, your previously auto-assigned IPv4 information should automatically be filled into the ‘Manual IP’ & ‘DNS’ boxes. To finish, just click. If you go back to the “Web Services” tab, under ‘Summary’, the Internet connection line should now read “Connected”.
Needless to say, a relatively minor problem, but a bit of a PitA in regards to getting the info needed to fix it (the HP tech support person didn’t provide the solution…it was jointly discovered during the phone call.
PRINT QUALITY AND SPEED: This is one area that laser printers greatly excel over inkjet printers. Print quality IS OUTSTANDING…the blacks are “black”, grayscale is “grayscale”, text & images are sharp…no more, and no less, than what I would have expected.
HP claims a maximum print speed of 40ppm, and it’s quite accurate…and not accurate. Using a 42-page document, I ran three tests, although the first two tests produced almost-identical results. First, I printed one page, from the printer in “Sleep Mode”, then one page with printer ‘awake’, and finally the remaining 40 pages, also with the printer ‘awake’.
Whether the printer was ‘asleep’, or ‘awake’, it made no difference, which I’ll explain. With an inkjet, printing is, essentially, a 1-step process – you click , the computer sends the print data to the printer, and it prints whatever was sent.
With laser printers, on the other hand, it is a 2-step process. Step 1 consists of clicking , which sends a command to the printer that a print job is about to start, the laser printer “warms up”, and finally the printer sends back a command that it’s “ready to receive the print data”.
The second step consists of said print data being sent to the printer, and the printer printing what it received. In ALL three tests, the first step took approx 1. 5 minutes (+/- 4 seconds). In the first two tests, the printer completed the second step in approx 10 seconds.
As such, while the “printing” took only 10 seconds, the total printing process took approx 1 minute, 40 seconds. Moving onto the final test, the second step took 62 seconds. So, in essence, this does prove that HP’s claim of “printing” up to 40ppm is accurate…however, when combining the time of both steps, the total printing process took just under 2.
5 minutes. While the “total printing process” might be much longer than HP’s 40ppm claim, that’s still faster than most inkjet printers. Considering that the printing was done at the ‘Normal’ setting, an equivalent print job on an inkjet might have taken considerably longer (even if printing “black only”).
ADDITIONAL THOUGHTS: HP lists the LaserJet Pro M404n as having two paper trays…and, in a matter of speaking, it does…but, not entirely. What is labeled as ‘Tray 2’ is actually your primary tray, located at the bottom of the printer, and capable of holding up to 250 sheets.
Before I cover ‘tray 1’, I will mention that you can purchase/install an additional paper tray (which becomes ‘tray 3’), and has a 500-sheet capacity. Getting back to ‘tray 1’, this is accessed by opening the front panel, and manually loading (up to 150 sheets) the paper (a flip-up extender allows it to accommodate legal-length paper), or envelopes.
While you could, technically, leave ‘tray 1’ loaded all the time, its real use is in temporary usage. If you want two different paper-types loaded on a regular basis, I would highly suggest/recommend purchasing the 500-sheet ‘tray 3’.
Also, the 2-line display could be better. At minimum, a 3-line display should have been included. Better yet, a color touch-screen display, as seen in almost off of HP’s other LaserJet printers (including less-expensive models, wouldn’t have been too much to ask for.
Looking at all their LaserJet printers in the same general price-range ($200-399), there are 9 different ‘series’, 5 of which have touch-screen displays, including two models that are up to $100 cheaper than the M404n.
THE GOOD: • Excellent print quality • Extremely high-speed printing • Easy to understand/use software • (Mostly) Simple to set up • Compact size (for a business-oriented laser printer) THE BAD: • Getting the printer “internet connected” isn’t automatically accomplished, requires manual settings • No auto-duplex printing THE UGLY: • For the price, HP could have easily included a touch-screen display FINAL VERDICT: If you’re only printing a few pages at a time, then an inkjet printer is probably your best bet.
If you need to print in color, I stand by that same comment. Lastly, if your monthly printing is fairly low (say, less than 50 pages/month), then you should ask yourself if you REALLY need a laser printer.
However, if you have any need for printing high-volume print jobs and/or you print over 100pages/month and/or you need printouts to be waterproof (inkjet prints are NOT waterproof, and WILL bleed if gotten wet), then a laser printer will fit your needs.
The are less expensive laser printers (from HP, as well as from other manufacturers), but they will have less features/functions, slower print speeds, and (typically) only a single tray). There are also laser printers with lots more features/functions (including fax capability), faster print speeds (up to 60ppm w/ HP), and multiple trays (up to 5 w/ HP), but they can cost into the thousands of dollars.
If you’re looking for a reasonably-priced black-only laser printer, with a reasonable number of features/functions, that also prints fast, HP’s M404-series of LaserJet printers will fit the bill. There are five models to choose from, with the M404n being the middle-of-the-pack.
Disclaimer: This product was provided free, or at reduced cost, for the purpose of reviewing the product. Nevertheless, the above review, be it positive, negative, or anywhere in-between, is a 100% honest review, and the price paid played absolutely no part in my review.
Print crisp text and clear images in your busy office with this HP LaserJet Pro printer. Made for high-volume use, this printer comes with a preinstalled HP Original toner cartridge so you can get started right away.
With a 65 ppm yield, this HP LaserJet Pro printer keeps up with the demands of your business.
This printer has mostly worked for two years printing correctly large. pdf document files (many over 175 pages) that contain both letter and legal sized pages (the printer switching from letter to legal and back to letter again, letter from the bottom tray, legal from the top tray).
Then this year the printer randomly started to print bizarre ASCII characters during the printing of many documents. I updated to the latest HP printer drivers. I have Windows 10. The printer printed a few document files out correctly and then it started printing the same random ASCII characters on subsequent files.
I have collected a stack about a foot high of papers that the printer printed random ASCII characters on. I have been able to print out some of these document files by printing the pages out in groups of five pages, and quickly stopping the printer when the printer starts to print the random ASCII characters.
One time it took me an hour and a half to print out a 200 page document file. I have used both Acrobat Reader as well as Foxit Reader to print the documents from, and the problem occurs equally with both pieces of software.
I work as a notary and signing agent and it is common for me to print out 400 pages for a signing appointment. These printing problems are causing me to loose income.
I purchased this printer fro may son because of its high rating on Consumer Reports, but primarily because it was supposed to be an “AirPrint” device for Apple products. I have two Epson printers that are AirPrint printers that require no wired connection to the device.
Turns out that this device will only work with a wired connection to the computer. My son loves the print quality, but because of space constraints, has to have the printer in another room so he has to bring his computer to the printer to print.
It has no wireless card at all. While this is an inexpensive HP printer, it is an expensive home laser printer so I was expecting more from HP.
As a self-employed writer, editor, desktop publisher, and writing teacher, I need a B&W laser printer for printing large quantities of drafts, and I hate having to add paper to the tray. When my workhorse LaserJet 4050 finally became unusable, I was afraid I wouldn’t be able to find a B&W laser printer with a large tray at a reasonable price.
I went with the M501, even though it’s overkill for the quantity I print, because a 550-sheet tray came standard. It’s also super fast. I occasionally need to print 2-sided, and the auto-duplexing is fabulous — wish I’d gotten that years ago.
The footprint is exactly the same as the 4050, and it’s not even as tall. I love the printer, but I knocked a point off of performance for a couple minor annoyances — every so often, the printer thinks it’s out of paper when it’s not (something the 4050 never, ever did), and I have to open and close the tray.
I also find it harder to load paper. And when I use the auto-duplexing, pages sometimes push other pages out of the output tray. I finally figured out that a little plastic piece that flips up at the end of the output tray is (I guess) intended to keep the pages in the tray, but that piece is not identified in the drawings of the printer and not mentioned anywhere in the manual I downloaded (since, of course, nothing comes with a manual anymore).
(There’s at least one other part on the printer that is not identified anywhere, and even though I apparently don’t need to do anything with it, it still drives me nuts not knowing what it is or does.
Wi-Fi connectivity lets you give print commands from your smartphone
Get high-quality clear printouts with its resolution of 600 x 600 dpi
Built-in control panel makes the functioning of this laser printer easy
Print Resolution: 600 x 600 dpi, Minimum Print Size: 4. 13 x 5. 83″, Maximum Print Size: 8. 5 x 11. 69″, Print Speed: 19 ppm, First Print-Out Time: 8. 1 Seconds, Mobile Printing Capability, Input Capacity: 150 Sheets, Monthly Duty Cycle: 8000 Pages, USB 2.
0, Wi-Fi Connectivity. Print documents quickly and efficiently with the LaserJet Pro M15w Printer from HP. This simple laser printer uses a single black toner cartridge to output 600 x 600 dpi documents at speeds up to 19 ppm.
With a compact size and weight of just 8. 4 lb this printer can fit in a variety of situations. Wi-Fi and USB 2. 0 connectivity provide a multitude of connectivity and printing options as well. Apple AirPrint Google Cloud Print Mopria and other services enable direct printing from your preferred mobile device.
English, French, Spanish / Canada, Mexico, United States, Latin America (excluding Argentina, Brazil, Chile)
Up to 18 ppm – B/W (ISO/IEC 24734) – A4 (8.25 in x 11.7 in) Up to 19 ppm – B/W Up to 7 ppm – black portrait – A5 (5.83 in x 8.25 in)
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IšverstiShow in original languageYou really have to ask yourself: How often do I print in color, or rather, how often do I actually NEED to print in color? If the answer is very seldom or not at all, do yourself a favor NOW and get a laser printer.
This one is very good. Others may be better for your needs. I don’t know, I’m not your Dad. Or maybe I am. This printer has a nice small form factor and prints quickly and accurately. It has wifi. I don’t know how well it works because I am a barbarian from the wasteland and I have it plugged into my PC tower via USB.
It does not have any fancy features like double-sided printing, nor does it have a scanner built in. For me, I like this because I feel like there is less to go wrong. My only gripe (and it’s not necessarily specific to this printer) is that while a laser printer cartridge definitely is a better value per page printed than any inkjet, it’s still not as good as I would have hoped.
The cartridges are also large and not easy to dispose of/recycle easily.
IšverstiShow in original languageI’ll start by saying that for the price, I feel like this printer is a good value. We bought it mainly to print invoices, pick tickets and shipping labels. It seems to handle the tasks pretty well, with one exception (see gripes below).
Set up was easy, although the interface for the driver downloads was a bit convoluted. It offers “basic drivers” which is what I really wanted, but then it warns you that a bunch of functionality you’ll really want (like wireless connectivity) requires the full software package.
My only gripes (and they’re very minor) is that the printer only takes about 50 sheets of paper. The printer (or software) doesn’t automatically recognize when paper has been put in. It remains in a “paper out” state until you physically press a button on the printer; finally, the print quality with some Quickbooks output is poor; but it only seems to happen with Quickbooks.
This color laser printer lets you easily print and scan from your mobile device with HP Smart, HP’s best-in-class mobile print app; plus, automate repetitive tasks and organize documents 50% faster with exclusive office features in the HP Smart app.
Breeze through multipage documents with print speeds up to 22 ppm and automatic two-sided printing.
I am actually very happy with the printer; it is the documentation that has dropped the rating. I read the documentation that came with the printer along with all the on-line documentation. I then watched the videos which were for Windows 7.
Really?? I am a former IT professional, and I can guarantee that most people would be lost trying to set this printer up. My installation was simple; a USB connection to one printer and then wireless connections to a couple more.
I tried to follow the directions which didn’t really address a USB connection and kept pushing you towards an HP app that didn’t help. I then just went old school and allowed the computer to discover the printer, ignoring all the HP documentation, and the installation went fine.
The HP documentation on a wireless connection were horrible and simply didn’t work. So I ignored them and just allowed the other computers to discover the printer on the wireless network. That worked fine.
Bottom line was that if all I knew was to follow the documentation provided, I never would have gotten the printer working on any of the computers. In reality, the installation was verry simple, but the instructions were horrible and seemed more concerned about getting the user to sign up for automatic toner replacement.
As for the printer, I have been very happy with it. It is quiet and the print quality is fine for what I need. In summary, I would give the printer a 5-star rating but the documentation zero stars.
After seeing this HP Color Laserjet listed as The Best Laser Printer by the NY Times Wirecutter review site, I just had to have it. B&H was about the only place I could find that still had a new one in stock for a reasonable price, and they offered free FedEx overnight shipping too.
So far it prints just great, double-sided and in color, and very fast. Setup was a breeze connecting to Windows 10 via USB 2. 0 cable (480 Mbps), but it also supports Ethernet (100 Mbps) network printing, WiFi printing (haven’t tried either), and USB stick printing via a convient top slot.
The single sheet document feeder is great for large mailing labels or envelopes, and the automatic double-sided printing saves time. It’s quite small and compact for a laser printer, fitting easily on top of my 15 inch 2-draw metal filing cabinet.
It’s a bit noisy when printing, but for the speed, one can’t complain. I highly recommend this printer for printing on paper, envelopes or mailing labels. It cannot print glossy photos like an InkJet printer of course, or work with thick 105 lb postcard stock (47 lb stock max), but other than that, it does everything I want with no muss, no fuss.
I bought this printer to replace a 15 year old HP Color LaserJet 2600n. The old printer still prints, but the paper tray was starting to break. I don’t print a lot but need great color quality. Toner-based printers don’t have the issues that ink-based printers have for users who don’t print a lot — ink drying out.
This printer has a smaller physical footprint than the HP Color LaserJet 2600n. It has a hardwired 100 Mbit/sec network interface as well as a wireless interface. I find that wireless printers often loose connectivity to the router, especially when the printer boots up faster than the router after a power outage.
I am seriously looking to sign up for the HP Instant Ink program. Even if I only need new toner cartridges every 3 years, the savings will be significant via HP Instant Ink compared to buying toner for the retail prices.
Print work and personal documents quickly and effortlessly with the HP LaserJet 2Z601E monochrome all-in-one laser printer. This hardworking unit prints up to 42 black and white pages per minute, with a resolution of 1200 x 1200 DPI for crisp text.
Its HP Smart technology ensures easy setup, and its advanced security alerts keep your settings safe.
English, French, Spanish / Canada, Mexico, United States, Latin America (excluding Argentina, Brazil, Chile)
Up to 42 ppm – Letter A Size (8.5 in x 11 in) Up to 40 ppm – A4 (8.25 in x 11.7 in) Up to 63 ppm – black landscape – A5 (5.83 in x 8.25 in) Up to 14 ppm – black portrait – A5 (5.83 in x 8.25 in) Up to 36 ipm – duplex – Letter A Size (8.5 in x 11 in) Up to 34 ipm – duplex – A4 (8.25 in x 11.7 in)
2 line monochrome LCD display
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To my chagrin, it was a really big surprise that the HP – LaserJet Pro 4001ne Black-and-White Laser Printer requires a hard wired, by ethernet cord, to an internet connection. I did not pay attention to the “ne” in the name, which essentially means hardwire to a network connection versus a “w” which would mean a wireless connection to the internet.
So, since this is a laserjet printer, and ideal for my CPA business office application, In order to connect and make this machine usable, I wound up calling my telephone coop who is my internet provider, the only one in town, and paying them somewhere in the neighborhood of $70-$100 for them to install a plug in wired to the router that they originally gave me for free.
As soon as the machine was hooked up to the internet, it tried to install itself, but it ran into a hiccup and produced an error message that no matter what I did, did not clear itself. I had to work to find a legitimate HP toll free number, not one to a group that for a fee services HP.
That took more time than it should of-HP, would you give us your contact information, please. At any rate, the call went offshore and that person told me to disconnect the power cord from the wall and also disconnect the ethernet cable from the machine for at least 30 seconds.
I then reconnected everything and that seemed to clear the error message that just shutting down the machine did not resolve. The tech person that I was on with had me finish the set up with HP easy connect versus use my HP Smart Connect app already downloaded on my android smartphone, I have many HP printers and have previously used this app to set up and connect those other machines.
Finally, all was set up and connected, both on the desktop and on my phone so that I can print whatever I need from my computer, as well as, my phone. Pros–this is a high volume printing machine at a much more affordable machine price compared to the laserjet type machines of the 1990’s and those sold the early part of this century.
I remember paying over $1,000 for an earlier version that had a much larger footprint and did printed at less than half the rate for my CPA office application. This machine is supposed to print 42ppm with a 350 sheet capacity, only in black, supporting a small office, such as mine, with up to 4000 pages per month.
I am a one person office, but this could easily be accessed by many people in one office. The machine comes with a power cord and a 148A cartridge in the box. However, there is a high capacity cartridge, 148X that will print up to 9,500 pages.
I had to provide the ethernet cable that plugs into a high speed port. HP has an instant ink program, but I have not signed up for that yet. This machine qualifies for 3 free months and then HP, with a credit card on file when you sign up, will bill you monthly.
I was about to sign up for this, as I have with 2 other machines, but the monthly fee for 1500 pages per month is $25. 99 or $311. 88 over a 12 month time period, which to me seemed quite costly So, I do not believe that I would use that much and therefore, I have not yet made my decision on the program.
There are options to buy ink for less pages per month so I will be considering those options, tioo. This is what I get upset about because it winds up that the cost of the ink outpaces the original cost of the machine.
However, i will state that HP states riight on the box that the HP+ smart printer always requires an internet connection and use of HP original toner. Oh, I forgot to mention that if you do enroll in the instant ink program, you will receive an extra 1 year warranty which will then give you a 3 year warranty, which originally had a 2 year warranty.
If you need quick, high volume, reliable professional-like printing on a smaller scale, then a machine like this is for you, especially since it does not take up too much real estate on either a desk or table surface.
The HL-2270DW is a monochrome laser printer that offers an automatic duplex capability for printing two-sided documents with ease, fast printing at up to 27 pages per minute, and built-in wired and wireless networking for sharing with others.
It features a stylish, space-saving design that fits virtually anywhere and complements any environment. In addition, it offers convenient paper handling via an adjustable tray. Affordable to own and operate, the HL-2270DW uses a high-yield replacement toner cartridge to help reduce your operating costs.
The biggest advantage of this printer is that cheap toner is available. Also, although the printer will stop working and insist that you replace the toner prematurely, it is easy to override this, and so get maximum use of the toner cartridge.
Paper jams are rare. Print quality and speed are adequate, though probably you can do better if that’s a priority. I purchased a printer with an A4 tray, and replaced it with the letter-size tray from my old printer.
Same size tray, and I didn’t have to change any settings to get it to recognize the new tray. The used printer I purchased had a static IP address. In order to get it to work on my home network, I had to reset to factory settings.
Information on how to do this is on the web, and in the service manual.
The first one of these I had lasted 13 years. When it finally started to fail, I bought another one. It’s been a very reliable printer for me, and I like that toner cartridges and toner refills and replacement drums are cheap.
It’s a tad tricky to set up under Linux, but eventually worked for me after (a) resetting network settings to factory default, (b) hooking it up to a network with a DHCP server, (c) booting the printer with the Ethernet plugged in, (d) waiting a few minutes, (e) printing a settings page and observing the IP address assigned, then (f) configuring the printer via Linux printer settngs.
I purchased this printer in Mar 2014 mainly to print postage on ebay. Inkjet just doesnt work for label/postage because most is not moisture proof and Ive just never like inkjet anyway. Back to the gray scale of laser.
but at least its a stable image that wont wear off like a lot of Thermal Printers !! FYI. never buy a “used” Thermal Printer, ppl are selling them for a reason. theres a part that wears out and the image prints light.
I didnt use it right away, so got ripped off on that one. Ok, this printer has really good reviews and looked at the cost of toner, drums and parts overall. all very reasonably prices. This printer has been on the market for years, so its proven itself, was only 80 shipped and should have support for toner etc for some time to come.
Love the Duplex, it prints one side, retracts it back in and prints the second side. Its also a network printer/wireless although I dont have mine hooked up. yeah technically challenged in that direction.
Print quality is fine for any for of personal or business use other than specialty printing. I have not tested it for print density or edge crispness. something thats needed for the printing trades that use printers to make negatives positives.
The only 2 things that would make this printer better is 2 extra paper inputs, 1 for paper or label sheets, another for envelopes. Secondly, Color sure would be nice to have for a small business creating a lot of things in-house.
Im not sure if anyone else has this problem, when printing multiple documents they start falling of the tray on top after just a few prints, yeah its a pain! Six months in of light printing. Its time to change the lower volume laser toner cartridge which I keep pushing because Ive read so much on how to get more copies out of your cartridge after the printer says change toner.
Generic Toner also says not to mix toner and to dump the old Toner. All, I have to say is hmmm on that one. the toner should be almost near a duplicate being sold for any particular printer and we should not have to be concerned about mixing toners.
So I havent changed toner yet. Perhaps I should of waited to grade this, but while looking for toner this request popped up. Good luck !!.
With fast print speeds, two-sided printing and multiple finishing options, this laser printer is built to satisfy the most demanding corporate offices. Improve your print speeds by taking advantage of up to 512MB of memory, an 800 MHz dual-core processor and Gigabit Ethernet.
Print from 63 pages per minute with 600 x 600 dpi and 2400 image quality. The first page is out in as little as 4 seconds. Produce projects like a pro with automated collating, stapling and other finishing features.
Enterprise-level security lets you authenticate, authorize and audit employee usage as well as protect sensitive data using standard network security protocols, data encryption and disk wiping capabilities.
Track more than 100 variables and events, including user activity, with Audit Logging. Bright, 2. 4″ color display lets you stay on top of your work. The MS811dn also features a front USB port, integrated duplex, 550-sheet input tray and 100-sheet multipurpose feeder.
I love this printer! One of my workplaces have this printer and it’s great. It prints fast and it’s wirelessly connected to all the computers. You can even scan documents and choose to have it automatically uploaded to your computer.
It copies documents, prints, scans, and faxes. I wish I had one of these at home, don’t care how big it is!.
Up to 49 ppm – black landscape – A5 (5.83 in x 8.25 in) Up to 28 ppm – B/W – A4 (8.25 in x 11.7 in) Up to 30 ppm – B/W – Letter A Size (8.5 in x 11 in) Up to 6 ppm – black portrait – A5 (5.83 in x 8.25 in)
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When it works the printer is great value for money. the printer cartridge that comes with it lasted Ages as well. HOWEVER, almost every single time I go to print the printer says offline. I have checked youtube tutorials, followed hp tutorials and nothing works.
I literally have to do everything I can think of and spend often 30 minutes getting the printer to actually print. Sometimes I cant print from my desktop so I email myself the document and my phone is able to connect to the printer.
Such random and strange issues. I’m unsure if I got a lemon. If you are a small business or professional I caution buying this model. If the printer stayed connected to the network and wasn’t always sleeping I would rate this printer a 5 star.
I bought this printer because it has good reviews and works with a Chromebox. I have always used Brother printers in the past; however they sometimes do not play well with ChromeOS. Everything worked great after I connected the printer directly to the router using an Ethernet cable.
I had no luck using the HP Smart app to connect it to the router wirelessly. Fortunately it sits near the router so this is not a show stopper. The WiFi Direct from my phone does work. All in all, I’m very happy with the result; however the HP Smart app implementation steps were frustrating and should be improved.
This is a really nice printer. Set up was a little tedious and took about 30 minutes. I recommend using the HP Smart App. It makes easy work of printing wirelessly from your phone, IPad, or computer, which is great.
This one doesn’t have any issues staying connected to WiFi. The toner cartridge came pre-installed. All I had to do was add paper and plug it in. I did initially get an error that the “front door was open”.
I presumed the front door was the paper door. I finally opened the toner cartridge door on top and closed it; error went away. Perhaps the door wasn’t latched good or was jarred in transit. Haven’t had the issue since.
19. Pantum P2502w Wireless Laser Printer Home Office Use, Black and White Printer with Mobile Printing (V8V77B)
Brand : Pantum
Color : Black
Printer Type : Laser Printers
Model Number : P2500W
Are batteries needed to power the product or is this product a battery : Yes
Single function laser printer. Fast and high definition printing up to 22ppm(A4) / 23ppm(Letter) in black and white. Support multiple media sizes, and media weight up to 163g/m2. Sleek design and compact size 337 x 220 x 178 mm (13.
27” x 8. 66” x 71”) fit nicely in any workspace. Metal frame structure built for long time use. Easy one-step wireless installation. Connect with High-Speed USB 2 and WIFI. Mobile device printing with IOS and Android system, Pantum APP available.
Google cloud printing ready. Not compatible with Chrome system. Come with a 700-page starter cartridge (at 5% coverage based on ISO 19752 standard).
IšverstiShow in original languageSo far this printer has been worth it for my family. Each page it prints has crisp text, which is a plus for anyone with vison problems. The step up of the printer is really easy.
1. Unbox and place the printer where you want it. 2. Connect the USB cable to your system and turn it on. 3. Install the drivers. (if you have a home WIFI chose install option #3) This installs the wifi drivers.
Once this is done the end user can disconnect the usb cable. 4. Start printing. Note **The install drivers come on a CD, which is hard to believe in 2022. And the installation program can be downloaded from the company’s website for those without a cd or dvd drive in their system.
** Once this printer is connected to the wifi network it can be used from even a mobile phone (without the company’s mobile app) it works with direct print which for me was a plus! Even though that function was not listed on the box or in any of the manuals that came with the printer.
So far I’ve liked everything about this printer, it’s easy to setup and use. even installing the tonner cartage was easy. On the plus side the cost of the replacement tonner cartage is far less than I would have thought $50 – $60 dollars.
If you are primarily printing black and white pages then this printer is the one for you! Inexpensive and a small foot print a plus for small apartments or office’s. (I have it sitting on a small table out of the way) But well worth it to the budget minded consumer.
IšverstiShow in original languageIt is very small/compact but it needs room for all the trays to fold out so you can add paper and it has a place for the output paper to land. So the space saving is nice in theory but impractical.
I have used high quality multi function laser printers for 20 years and ‘assumed’ the quality of the print would be pretty good on this one since the technology is mature. The print quality is not great.
Yes it prints, No is doesn’t print fast. The price is attractive but like everything, you get what you pay for. I would say if you dont want an inkjet printer because you rarely need a printer (like me) and you dont care about how well the printed page looks – then this is a good fit ( considering the cost of replacement toner) but for me the print quality is marginal at best and each time I want to print – this think is like a transformer – you need to open up all its flaps etc.
IšverstiShow in original languageThe printer is compact, and appears to be well constructed, and the print quality is good. I was somewhat disappointed that the feed tray sticks out in front, rather than being entirely contained within the printer.
Dust could be an issue. I initially struggled to get it connected via usb, and then getting it to print something other than gibberish. Finally got it working with some trial and error. Devices must be turned on in the right order.
Could use better instructions, or maybe a more user friendly installation wizzard.
Introducing the UNINET IColor 560, the latest gem from the biggest authority in White Toner Printing. Welcome to state-of-the-art Digital Color + White Transfer printing! The UNINET IColor 560 is the ultimate toner-based digital transfer printer combined with exclusive white overprint and underprint capabilities in a single pass for transfer production of apparel, textile, hard surfaces, and more.
The Best-in-Class Total Cost of Ownership With its higher yield white toner cartridge capacity of 7,000 pages + full-color capabilities and a max print size of 8. 5″ x 14″, the IColor 560 combines absolute versatility with a superstar performance for on-demand printing of short to mid-run transfer production of garments, hard surfaces, product customization, merchandising materials, and more.
Helping You Do More With Your Brand The IColor 560 offers everything you need to evolve and grow your business. Feature and customize your brand on garments, hard surfaces, and more in any quantity. Produce personalized items such as t-shirts, aprons, mugs, and bags, as well as non-transfer applications such as stationery, invitations, menus, envelopes, labels, window decals, brochures, signs, packaging prototypes, and much more.
Buy One. Get Six! The IColor 560 does it all White overprint for textile and apparel applications White underprint for non-transfer applications Dye Sublimation applications Fluorescent colors and Clear Regular CMYK transfers Gold and Silver color printing capabilities Enhance Your Apparel Decorating Business Expand your business opportunities and tap into a wide variety of market segments by transforming a wide variety of garments, accessories, and more into marketable creations.
Produce stunning graphics with both color and white, in addition to optional gold or silver color printing capabilities for application to virtually any dark or light-colored textile or substrate. The printed image will result in a soft to the touch and bright-colored, and the garment can be washed over and over without damage to the transfer.
What Sets the IColor 560 Apart? Exclusive white overprint and underprint capabilities in a single pass. Gold and Silver optional toner upgrade kits available. IColor White Toner Higher Yield cartridge capacity of 7,000 pages extending print cycles and considerably reducing printing costs.
Airprint, WiFi direct, and NFC capable. Cutting-edge technology to produce digital transfers in a fast, and efficient fashion to be pressed onto virtually any type of dark or light-colored textile and hard surface materials such as ceramic, glass, wood, acrylics, metal, magnetic sheeting, leather, and more.
Incorporated IColor ProRIP software for automated production-level printing with advanced color management and customized print modes; as well.
A white toner laser printer is a great investment for anyone looking to get into the heat transfer business. They are fast, reliable, and produce high-quality prints. The only downside is the initial cost of the printer, but the savings on ink and paper will quickly offset that.
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