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1. Brother HL-5150D Monochrome Graphic
Too low to display $284.49 list($479.99)
2. Brother HL-5170DN Network Laser
$126.34 $74.99 list($124.99)
3. Samsung ML1740 Laser Printer
$474.99 $357.00 list($637.00)
4. HP Color LaserJet 2550L Printer
$699.99 $503.55 list($893.00)
5. HP Color LaserJet 2550N Printer
$2,656.95
6. HP LaserJet 4345mfp - multifunction
$799.99 list($1,229.00)
7. HP Color LaserJet 3550N Printer
$3,627.24 list($4,614.00)
8. HP Color LaserJet 5550DN Printer
Too low to display list($1,005.00)
9. HP Color LaserJet 3550 Printer
$391.39 $360.00 list($399.99)
10. Konica Minolta Magicolor 2400W
$429.95 list($449.99)
11. Okidata C5150N LED COLOR PRINTER
$522.49 $519.99 list($949.99)
12. Brother HL-2700CN Color Laser
$202.99 $199.99 list($242.00)
13. HP LaserJet 1022 Printer (Q5912A#ABA)
Too low to display $1,099.00 list($1,572.00)
14. HP LaserJet 4250N Monochrome Network
$142.49 $115.26 list($229.99)
15. Brother HL-2040 Monochrome Laser
$511.09 $449.89 list($537.99)
16. Konica Minolta Magicolor 2430DL
$638.39 list()
17. Samsung CLP-550N Laser Printer
$398.00 list()
18. Samsung CLP-510 Color Laser Printer
$456.94 list($489.99)
19. Samsung CLP-510N Network Color
$449.99 list($489.99)
20. Lexmark C510 Color Laser Printer

1. Brother HL-5150D Monochrome Graphic Laser Printer
by Brother Printer
list price: $399.99
our price: $218.49
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B0001BRIEY
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Brother Printer
Sales Rank: 2156
Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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Product Description

Sturdy, yet compact, the HL5150D high-performance, low-cost printer looks ready to perform and that is exactly what it does! ... Read more

Features

  • 1-year warranty with Express Exchange service
  • Up to 2,400 x 600 dpi resolution
  • Up to 21 ppm print speed
  • Automatic 2-sided printing; PC compatible
  • Parallel and USB 2.0 interfaces, optional networking

Reviews (8)

4-0 out of 5 stars A great buy
I am pleased with the Brother 5150D printer and I found the best price on Amazon. I have been looking for a desktop laser printer for several months to replace my Ricoh AP2100 which was a good printer in that it printed high quality documents at a real speed of 21 ppm but I could never get the Manualpaper feed tray to work and it was bulky. But I also wanted a printer that would duplex print and do it at a reasonable speed. At first I purchased an HP1320 which had good ratings but it proved a disappointment. While it was compact and did a good job of printing and duplexing its manual paper feed was terrible. While it seemed a good buy at $299 (after a $100 rebate) the bad manual feed made it unacceptable so I returned it.

The Brother 5140 printer is highly rated and the 5150D is based on it. The printer speed is more than acceptable and the printing is sharp. The duplex works well and is reasonably fast. It does not do graphics nor photos well but that is not what I bought it for. It has a good manual feed tray that works well.

The big drawback is the documentation. The only printed documentation is the Setup which is extensive but not always correct. My installation of the Windows XP parallel drivers did not go as the Setup Manual said it would but it was only a minor glitch. However, finding out how to usethe printer was another matter because all the user documentation is on the Installation disk in Adobe. The user is stuck if the user doesn't have or want Adobe Reader installed on the PC. It is not very useful if it is not printed out in manual form. Printingit out is tedious and more expensive than it should be. Because some of the pages contain color particularly those referring to the Control Panel, these need to be printed out on a color printer so one cannot just print the entire manual in duplex on the 5150D. And there are many pages in the User Manual that one does not need such as instructions for Mac and all the safety and other garbage to fatten the manual. But selecting the pages to duplex copy is tedious because instead of numbering the pages in the Manual consecutively, Brother chose to number them by chapters so that each chapter starts with a new page numbers which makes the index difficult to use also and the index is quite incomplete. For example there is no index entry for the :"Go" button and there is no explanation in the User Manual for the Go button so the user needs the PDF document to search for references to the Go button and that is tedious. Also printing out the manual on 8 ½ " by 11" paper is wasteful as well as more expensive for the User. It would have been much easier for Brother to provide a smaller size manual with the color.

5-0 out of 5 stars Great SOHO printer for Mac / Apple Airport
*Updated Review*

I'm on a Mac (OS X 10.4) and am running the printer off of my Airport USB.No troubles at all.I did download the newest drivers off of the Brother support site before I did anything else.

Print quality has been very good.It can do 1200 dpi, but 600 dpi is just fine.The envelope feed has been flawless.I appreciate the duplexing.

I'm an independent researcher writing articles and book chapters.My print volume is not high (relative to an office), but I need good quality output.This printer fits my needs perfectly.

*6 months later...*

I like this printer even more than when I first bought it.Again, I'm not a heavy user; a page here, a few pages there, and then a 20 or 40 page document once a week.The quality is still very good.Other computers (Windows included) have no difficulty sending jobs to it.I am addicted to the duplexing capability.

4-0 out of 5 stars Good entry level laser printer
I am a Mac user and a scientist.In my profession, most of the papers are in the PDF format.This printer handles these documents very well.If you set the resolution to 1200 dpi, the graphics in the papers would look even more impressive and photo-like.It is small and easy to set up so it does not occupy too much desk space.It can do double sided printing without additional gears.It is slow though if your documents are of several MBs in size and contains complex pictures.I have added additional memory to rectify this.From time to time, it has problem handling web pages in Safari.

5-0 out of 5 stars Linux Support out of the box..
I'm impressed with the Brother HL-5150D.
I've been looking quite a while for an
inexpensive duplex laser printer.At
$222 delivered from Amazon I expected the
usual pain and suffering trying to coax
ghostscript or some holy binary-only driver
to talk to it.

I attached it via parallel/centronics port
and launched printtool under RH9 only to find
the printer wasn't listed in the Brother
menu.Thinking it was a complete long shot I
configured it as a native PS printer expecting
pages of gibberish to fill the hopper.To my
surprise the printer actually talks PS
including duplex support.

_Never_ have I had an inexpensive laser printer
so quickly and easily go from the UPS truck
to productive use under Linux.

Nice work Brother.You deserve to sell millions
of these.

5-0 out of 5 stars Fast, trouble-free and saves paper
I've had this unit for over 6 months and it is the best laser ever for my home office.I print a lot of reference and review copies and the duplex feature is great in saving shelf space at the office and weight when travling. Zero problems. ... Read more


2. Brother HL-5170DN Network Laser Printer
by Brother Printer
list price: $479.99
our price: Too low to display
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B0001JXAGQ
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Brother Printer
Sales Rank: 3959
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

The HL-5170DN from Brother is a network-ready monochrome laser printer with a high-quality print image and a number of expandability options. Resolutions run as high as 2,400 x 600 dpi, thanks to Brother's HQ1200 technology, resulting in accurate and crisp graphics and text. Print speeds of up to 21 ppm deliver jobs quickly so that you're free to focus on other tasks.

With the 133 MHz Fujitsu SPARClite processor and 32 MB of internal memory (upgradeable to 160 MB), the HL-5170DN is able to handle medium to large print jobs. Automatic duplexing allows you to easily print double-sided documents. A 250-sheet standard input tray is accompanied by a 50-sheet multi-purpose tray and a 150-sheet output tray. An optional 250-sheet tray is also supported. The printer accepts a wide variety of paper types, including plain paper, envelopes, bond, transparencies, labels, and card stock. Supported sizes include letter, legal, executive, A4, A5, A6, and B6.

The HL-5170DN connects to the host computer via parallel, USB, or 10Base-T Ethernet ports. An automatic interface switching feature means you don't need to adjust any printer settings when you change sources. The network interface allows you to print from any computer connected to the network and supports a wide range of networking protocols.

The 100/120 VAC 50/60 Hz power supply consumes about 460 watts of power during normal operation and about 75 watts during sleep mode. Compatible with PC, Mac, and Linux operating systems, the HL-5170DN also comes backed by a one-year limited Express Exchange warranty.

What's in the Box
Printer, drum unit and toner cartridge assembly, quick setup guide, CD-ROM, AC power cord, user's manual; printer cable not included ... Read more

Features

  • Parallel, USB, and Ethernet interfaces; PC, Mac, and Linux compatible
  • 2,400 x 600 dpi maximum print resolution
  • Up to 21 ppm print speed
  • 133 MHz processor, 32 MB RAM, expandable to 160 MB
  • Automatic duplexing, automatic interface switching

Reviews (7)

5-0 out of 5 stars Best Value For The Money - Forget HP!
I bought an HP 1320N ($399 on a rebate sale) which seemed like the perfect printer for my OS9/OSX systems at first. However, in OS9 it didn't work at all with AppleTalk (via Chooser), but when connected via AppleTalk LPR (using the Desktop Printer Utility) it went nuts trying to print from Quark Xpress 4.11 (one of my main programs). It would endlessly print a few lines of postscript code on each page from its tray until it was exhausted (then showed an out of paper error to continue its endless printing). Only programs like MS Word would print correctly in the OS9 environment via LPR. In OSX it worked fine using Rendezvous. Then on the sixth day of ownership its network card decided to stop all communication with Rendezvous and even IP printing. I tried re-checking all parameters and settings and finally did resets. No print jobs would complete all the way through pausing at 92% data transferred with nothing printed. This was ridiculous for a company like Hewlett Packard which long has had an excellent reputation in my mind, especially in the Mac graphics world. The 1320N has ended my favorable opinion of HPs since their model lines above the 1320 weren't competitive with other brands. Also, I've been noticing several 1320's (3 total) both regular and N models on display at retail stores showing unrecoverable print errors with their blinking orange LED in the middle of its array. Short of turning it off and on, press any button or open the front toner loader panel and it will still not recover. BTW, they had paper in their paper trays.

My OS9/OSX printer prayers are now definitely answered with the Brother 5170DN ($299). Its priced right and has the most built-in features I've ever seen in any printer in this class like the Ethernet 10/100 print-server. This is also probably one of the last b/w laser printers (in this price range) with AppleTalk support which is important to many of us diehard OS9 graphic designers (yes I know, we're almost extinct.)

Conclusion: If you need a Mac b/w laser printer, get this printer!

5-0 out of 5 stars Superb Printer - But Lacks Some Paper Handling
This printer is outstanding for the money.I've had it for about 6 months now and it really works well.It duplex prints (2 sided printing) and the quality and feature set is everything I could ever want.

***But, the paper handling capabilities are not those of the HP printers, so if you want to print envelopes, this isn't the printer for you.If you print a gazillion pages of text and want a very fast, good quality, inexpensive printer, I can't say enough good things about this one.

I was so impressed with this printer, I bought a 5140 for my home.The 5140 differs in that it has no duplex or network interface, and no second paper tray, but it's still a good, fast printer at a great price.

3-0 out of 5 stars Printer won't mix and match legal and letter
My review is limited to print capabilities: I bought the 5170 and the extra tray for the sole purpose of printing mortgage documents which alternate between legal and letter paper. This machine will not perform this function automatically. I write this review because I wish I had known this. I know other printer's exist which will perform this function. Live and learn.

5-0 out of 5 stars Incredible Value!
This printer represents a remarkable value. It is well made, and it does everything as advertised.

Set-up is a breeze, and the documentation is put togeter well.

I still can't believe that I was able to purchase a network capable, automatic duplexing, PostScript compatible laser printer for this price.

Highly recommended.

5-0 out of 5 stars Wow, suprisingly good
We purchased this printer for a home office with both Macs and PCs.This printer has terrific Macintosh OSX support and is easily monitored/controlled using it's website interface (automatically appears in Safari's bookmarks toolbar if you turn on the Safari Rendezvous preference).This printer is very fast to warm up and prints the first page in about 10 seconds.I like that it is absolutely silent when in standby mode and wakes/sleeps on its own.My only problem is that I haven't yet determined if there's a better way to switching duplex printing on/off other than via the web control panel. ... Read more


3. Samsung ML1740 Laser Printer
by Samsung
list price: $124.99
our price: $126.34
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B0001WW3G6
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Samsung
Sales Rank: 817
Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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Product Description

It's the smallest, most powerful printer in the category, delivering superior productivity, quality and solutions.

Superior Productivity
With faster print speeds up to 17 ppm, you can cut your deadlines closer than ever and still print an extra copy. You’ll also spend less time reloading, thanks to a high-capacity 250-sheet paper cassette. Even toner changes are quick and easy with a simple one-piece toner cartridge. And its ultra-compact footprint leaves you more desk space to operate. The Samsung ML-1740 raises your efficiency to new levels.

Higher Quality
The ML-1740 delivers sharp, professional laser text and graphics with 600 x 600 dpi resolution. It also features a durable 15,000-page duty cycle. And in addition to receiving BLI’s Recommended reliability rating, Samsung was the only printer manufacturer rated Outstanding in a recent PC World magazine reliability survey (12/03).

... Read more

Features

  • Toner save mode reduces consumption up to 40%
  • USB and parallel ports; PC and Linux compatible
  • 600 x 600 dpi resolution
  • Up to 17 ppm print speed
  • 66 MHz processor, 8 MB memory

Reviews (34)

5-0 out of 5 stars Superb economy laser printer
My present inkjet printer is great for small jobs and color printing, but it lacks the speed that I need when printing lots of text. I printed a 265 page document, (which took about 40 minutes) and went to the copy center to make three more. When they told me how much it would cost, I realized that for the price of three copies, I could just go and buy my own personal laser printer. I did some comparative shopping and ended up with the economy minded Samsung ML 1740 laser printer. Here are my first impressions (no pun intended) of this printer.

The unit comes packaged with toner, the printer itself, manuals, CD installation disk, power cord, but no USB cable. You'll have to provide that yourself. The printer is a very compact unit and is about the size of a small microwave oven. The whole body of the printer is made of plastic, rather fragile looking, but nice.Setup took less than twenty minutes and is simple as falling off a long. After installing the necessary software, and connecting the USB cable from the printer to my computer, I printed out a test page which was very sharp and clear. The printer is easy to load with paper and has a 250 page capacity. Very nice. Paper exit trays are from the top of the printer or from the rear exit. You can choose which exit the paper comes out of. Generally speaking, the top exit is good for general printing, and the rear exit is for printing envelopes or thicker paper stock. The rear paper exit is 'straight through' compared to the top exit which makes the paper do a 'U-turn' before coming out.

The printer is very user friendly and has great software.(Note: From reports, this printer does not seem to work with Macs.) I was able to print up that 265 page document without a hitch. There is a toner saver button on the top of the printer. When this button is activated, the printer only uses 40% of the toner, which extends the life of the cartridge. Since I was only printing out text, the difference between full mode and toner saver mode was not important. The full toner mode looks richer and darker, but the saver mode was quite acceptalbe in quality. After finishing, I needed to print up a 225 page manual for my digital camera. I was able to print up four images to a page with the Samsung printer software, and shrunk the entire manual down to just 57 pages. There were quite a few photos and halftone illustrations in the manual. These turned out very good, even in the save toner mode. The dpi (dots per inch) is 600dpi or 300dpi for this printer. I found that 600dpi is just fine for text. The characters and letters were very sharp with no 'jaggies'. This little unit produces quite a bit of heat, so the ML-1740 has a powerful fan to keep the printer cool. I didn't find the fan noise distracting or irritating. The printer cartridge will give you about 1,000 printed pages in regular mode and about 60% more in toner saver mode. The cartridge that comes with this printer is a 'starter' cartridge, which means it is not completely filled with the standard amount of toner. Though there have been some gripes about this, it is easy enough to refill the spent cartridge with a refill kit at a fraction of the cost in buying a new one.

This printer is an excellent value because of the rebate programs associated with this device. Consider the Samsung 1740 if you are on a budget and want an easy to operate, efficient, 'bare-bones' laser printer. Highly recommended.

4-0 out of 5 stars Great step up from InkJet
I bought this printer about 2 months ago to replace a dead canon i850 and have been extremely happy.Initially I had a standard parallel cable connecting it to my computer and the first page out time was roughly 8 seconds.When I found a spare USB cable in my closet, first page out went down to almost 5 seconds and general print speed increased.

It's fast and spits out great quality prints.I've compared it to the output of a much more expensive HP Laserjet 8000 and it is as good or better.

The only downside is that I'd like to do duplex printing, but then again I don't know of a laser in this price range (sub $200) that can.

I figured my long term ownership costs (paper and toner) to come in around 2.7 cents a page compared to an inkjet with per page costs somewhere around 9 to 20 cents each.Also, it has a published life cycle of around 60,000 pages before needing a tune up.

5-0 out of 5 stars A great buy
Laser printers offer low operating costs and crisp clear copies. The Samsung ML-1740 will not disappoint you in terms of copy quality or operating cost. Toner replacement cartridges offer thousands of copies rather than the hundreds (if you are lucky)you get out off an inkjet. A toner saver mode ads to the operating cost savings.

Other features include a 250 sheet paper tray, USB connectivity and true Plug and Play capability. This printer took 5 minutes out of the box to set up and start printing.

The unit is reasonably priced at the low end of comparable laser printers. This is but own component of the great value this printer represents.

1-0 out of 5 stars Bad luck or bad printer? You decide
This is only the second review I have ever left at Amazon, but I thought our experience might possibly help other people make an informed decision.

We bought a Samsung ML1740 from a company other than Amazon. We chose it mainly because it was such a good price--about $88, quite a bit cheaper than the HP LaserJet 1012. It also had some nice features, particularly the large lock-in paper tray.

We set it all up and printed a page and it seemed quite a snazzy little printer. It wasn't until later that I realized the page had printed off center by over 1/8 of an inch. In other words, quite noticeably.

I called Samsung and told the CS person my problem. He suggested that I change the margins. I assumed he meant that there was a magical way to change the margin settings within the printer software. But no, it turned out he was suggesting I change the margins within the word-processing program for every single document I printed! He said that's just how this printer is and that the one he had on his end printed off center as well, albeit not as drastically. Apparently the print head is stuck in there a certain way and there's no way to recalibrate it. Overall, he gave the impression that he thought I was unrealistic and overdemanding to expect this printer to center the print job on the page. He did admit, however, that he had received other calls on this issue.

Well, I was pretty steamed about this at first, but when I cooled off I decided to give the 1740 another chance. The price was so good! So we drove significantly out of our way to another version of the company where we got the first one (the original store was out of stock). Got home, set it up, turned it on. It started warming up, kept warming up, kept warming up, and after a while it started to smell kind of hot and dangerous, and still it kept warming up...

Our first 1740 had a loud warm-up period of about 10 seconds or so. This one never printed one page due to its apparently permanent warm-up phase. Fearing it might explode, and considering that this might possibly be a sign that the 1740 was not the printer for us, I boxed the second one up and exchanged it for the HP LaserJet 1012.

The 1012 has worked perfectly from page one, has no obnoxious warm-up noise, and, aside from a rather strange software setup, has given us exactly zero problems to date. The printer it replaced was an HP 5L, which worked great for over 10 years with very few and minor problems. I should have known better than to let the allure of a low price cause me to ignore a product with a proven record.

This was my first Samsung product and so far I am not impressed, not just with the quality of the product but also with the peculiar attitude of at least one of their CS reps. Will I buy Samsung in the future? I haven't decided, but right now it doesn't look good.

2-0 out of 5 stars Text quality looks like 300 DPI only
Pro: Cheap and small
Con:
1. come with 25% toner only, after you print out around 200 pages, you need to buy a new toner, which is almost same price of this printer. refill toner if you can, buy toner refill kit from ebay, only cost you $10.
2. noise level is hight when printing.
3. 1200 DPI text quality looks like 300 DPI. HP has the best text quality.

After I dump this print, I purchase a brother 14XX laster, same price, 100% toner, better print out quality, but a little bit bigger in footprint. ... Read more


4. HP Color LaserJet 2550L Printer
by Hewlett Packard Office
list price: $637.00
our price: $474.99
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B0001X6TI8
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Hewlett Packard Office
Sales Rank: 3614
Average Customer Review: 2.5 out of 5 stars
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Product Description

Print vibrant color documents and business-quality images with HP Color LaserJet 2550L ImageREt 2400 (Resolution Enhancement technology). HP ImageREt 2400 includes an advanced toner formula and new HP-engineered fuser technology to provide sharp text and graphics and consistent color quality over the life of the printer.Improve business productivity with speeds of up to 20 pages per minute (ppm) black and up to 4 ppm color. Instant-on Technology virtually eliminates printer warm-up time and makes it possible to print an entire document in the time that it takes competing printers to warm up. ... Read more

Features

  • PC and Mac compatible; 1-year limited warranty
  • 600 x 600 dpi color and black resolution
  • Up to 4 ppm color, 20 ppm black; manual duplexing
  • 264 MHz processor, 64 MB memory, expandable to 192 MB
  • Parallel and USB 2.0 ports, optional networking

Reviews (7)

1-0 out of 5 stars Poor quality prints. Expensive toner and drum. Disappointing
Buyer beware, the printer is priced great, the consumables are not. This printer uses toner like crazy. And it has some sort of feature that seems to estimate the amount of toner usage. When it estimates it is out of toner it will no longer let you print even though the toner cartridge is not empty. I recently had to replace a cartridge that was somewhere between 1/3 and 1/2 full. What a scam!

Print quality is poor at best. I have owned 8 computer printers and this one is the first that does not allow you to control the brightness and contrast of the print. What's up with that? And the printer tends to print dark and the colors do not match the originals at all.

And where is the paper tray??? I guess this is an optional item. The paper feed bracket that comes with the printer extends way out in front of the machine and has a capacity of only about 75 sheets.

I cannot recommend this printer and would definately not choose to purchase another like it. My old Minolta color laser printer was a much better printer, but unfortunately it died after 6 years of heavy usage.

2-0 out of 5 stars Poor design
There is no paper tray on the 2550L, and when I went to purchase a paper tray (an expensive accessory) directly from HP, they were "out of stock".Also, the printer oftern makes loud noises when performing internal maintenance (not good to suddenly wake up to in the middle of the night).I've sent the printer back and bought a printer from another company.


1-0 out of 5 stars Loud, No Paper Tray, Mediocre print quality
This is a NOISY printer.It clicks, bangs and cycles all the drums on EVERY print!!!
There is NO PAPER TRAY.This is an expensive extra add-on.
The print quality is no bad but no great either.
All in all, I would NOT recommend this printer.There are other printers in this price range (Like the OkiData) that are FAR superior.I bought HP thinking it would be great like the ones in the office.I now have both an HP 2550Ln and the Okidata C5150n.The Oki is a far superior product across the board.
Think twice before buying this product for your home or small office.The noise alone will drive you insane.

4-0 out of 5 stars Very nice color laser printer at a reasonable price.
It's October 2004 and I've had my 2550L for 3 months now.Overall I'm very satisfied with the product.I have it plugged into my USB 2.0 port and it prints quickly.Also the quality of the text and pictures are good.I selected it because of it's size, USB 2.0 compatible and price.It was one of the least expensive color laser printers on the market and one of the smallest.It really is quite amazing how HP has figured out how to put all four color cartridges in such a compact package.

I print mostly black and white but wanted the option of color without the smearing ink of an ink jet printer.(I also don't like ink jets because you have to clean the heads and replace the cartridges too often.)This printer prints black and white faster and color a little slower and that was just right for my needs.

I've owned Epson, Brother, and Panasonic printers before.This is my first HP and I really do notice a difference in the quality of the build.I would definitely buy a HP printer again.

Why 4 stars instead of 5?Well this model doesn't come with the paper tray that mounts to the bottom.I didn't think it would bother me but it did.So I wound up buying the paper tray seperate.I should have bought one of the other 2550s that included it to start with because it was tough to locate the paper tray option and buy it on its own.It also cost me more all together vs buying a higher end 2550 that came with it already.

One thing that I didn't read in the other reviews that I would have liked to have known is that the printer cycles periodically.It intially scared my wife and I in the middle of the night because we heard noises in our home that we had never heard before.It was the printer cycling.While it is relatively noisy I don't think it would have stopped me from buying it, but I would have liked to have known in advance.

2-0 out of 5 stars Have to replace color cartridges too often
I have had this printer for about 3 months now and have already had to buy a $175 drum and countless toner cartridges. And I don't print anywhere near the maximum output of 30,000 pages per month. I might do 2500 a month. Yes the printer is cheap and prints high quality, but it isn't worth all the extra costs associated with it. And it is very slow if any type of complex document is sent to the printer, VERY SLOW. To upgrade the memory from HP is $500. If I had it to do over I would not have chosen this printer. ... Read more


5. HP Color LaserJet 2550N Printer
by Hewlett Packard Office
list price: $893.00
our price: $699.99
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B0001X6V36
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Hewlett Packard Office
Sales Rank: 18962
Average Customer Review: 2.0 out of 5 stars
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Product Description

LaserJet 2550n Color Laser Printer ... Read more

Features

  • Up to 4 ppm color, 20 ppm black; PC and Mac compatible
  • 600 x 600 dpi color and black resolution
  • 264 MHz processor, 64 MB memory, expandable to 192 MB
  • Manual duplexing; includes second input paper tray
  • Parallel, USB 2.0, and 10/100Base-TX Ethernet/Fast Ethernet RJ-45 ports

Reviews (3)

3-0 out of 5 stars Disappointing print quality, sleazy cartridge expiration
I bought the printer because I read reviews saying that it had excellent print quality.The fact that it was supposed to be noisy and slow was ok, since I don't print high volumes and the price of the printer is very good for a network color laser.

I found the print quality to be disappointing, however.It's better than an inkjet but not nearly as sharp as a monochrome laser.I can't tell whether it's worse than comparable color lasers--it's just not as good as I expected.

The thing that really ticked me off is that the cartridges expire after a set number of pages even if there's ink left in them.At $600 for a replacement set of cartridges, this sleazy trick can make a sizeable difference in operating cost.The effect is even worse when you get an error with a stream of mis-printed pages with just a couple of characters on each page.Better be around the printer to make sure there's no error that spews out 50 pages of gibberish (there goes $10).I hope HP cleans up its act now that Fiorina is gone, because a reputation for sleaziness is easy to get and hard to recover from.At least the printer shipped with full cartridges, not half-empty ones (a trick other companies use).

On the plus side, HP's customer support was excellent.Initially, the printer would sometimes work and sometimes not, completely unpredictably.The HP representative correctly diagnosed the problem as a physical problem with the Ethernet cable.To my surprise, replacing the Ethernet cable fixed all the problems.The rep was bright, spoke flawless English and fixed the problem quickly.Overall the support was outstanding.

On the plus side: low price for a color network laser, relatively compact size, reasonable printing cost per page, reliable operation, user-friendly software, excellent HP support.

On the minus side: slow speed, noisy operation, built-in electronic cartridge expiration counter, disappointing print quality (not awful, but not as good as expected from reviews).

Overall, the questionable print quality tips the scale against rating this printer higher.

1-0 out of 5 stars soooo disappointed
I have liked HP printers in the past and have been very pleased with my LaserJet 5L which I have owned for ten years.To take advantage of HPs trade in program, I decided to upgrade to a 2550n color laser printer.I read the first review here, on this printer and dismissed the low rating as a fluke.I purchased the printer anyway, and then became disgusted.

First, it failed right out of the box.I was very careful to follow each instruction to the letter and once everything was installed, the failure light would turn on after cycling through the cartridges a few times.After I power cycled it a few times, it finally passed it's diagnostics and was ready.I print a test page, it looks good.I print another and it fails.Power cycle again, the printer is ready.I print two more test pages and it fails again.This flakey behavior continued again after I connected the printer to my PC.I could print a few pages once, then again, but after the third or fourth time it would randomly fail.This had nothing to do with paper jams, but seemed to occur when switching from one color cartridge to another.The simple LEDs that flash at you tell nothing about what is wrong, so I would strongly recommend buying a printer with a LCD display.

The software was difficult to install, especially when I wanted to have it use the ethernet port instead of the USB interface.The printer options are very minimal and not comparable to printers like the Samsung CLP-510n which allow things like printing multiple pages on the same sheet.By the way, I don't necessarily recommend the Samsung printer but the user manual can be downloaded from their web site and the printing options are quite comprehensive.

If the LaserJet 2550n would remain idle for 20-30 minutes, it would suddenly spring to life and make all sorts of noises when there was nothing to print.It sounded like the cartridges were tumbling around.Why can't it do something like this immediately and then just stay quiet?When printing, it is also quite noisy as it cycles through the cartridges.

The printer is slow.I sent it a picture and it took slightly over a minute.I did it immediately again (it should be all warmed up) and it still took another minute.The processor inside the printer is too slow and real-world page per minute numbers may be disappointing.The only real positive thing I could say is the print quality was good, even for pictures, provided that they are not expanded in size.

Some people like the OKI C5150n or the Brother HL-2700cn.I haven't seen what the Brother prints like, but the OKI is quiet and print quality is as good as the HP while printing much faster.Dell also sells a color printer in this class, the 3100cn.Although the HP printer may be the smallest, I didn't like the noise and reliablity and so I think there are much better choices out there.

2-0 out of 5 stars broke after 3 months of light-duty use.
Seemed like an OK printer for a single user, until one day it displayed an e error message that even the techs at HP didn't know what it meant, so I went through a week of dragging the 70 pounds of it first to a local authorized dealer, who couldn't fix it, and then to UPS to mail it back for replacement.I can only hope it doens't happen again. Or, if it does that it is still under warranty. ... Read more


6. HP LaserJet 4345mfp - multifunction ( B/W ) ( Q3942A#ABA )
by Hewlett Packard (Consumables)

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Asin: B0006GSLTU
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Hewlett Packard (Consumables)
Sales Rank: 36486
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Product Description

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7. HP Color LaserJet 3550N Printer
by Hewlett Packard Office
list price: $1,229.00
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Asin: B0005923QK
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Hewlett Packard Office
Sales Rank: 21047
Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars
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Product Description

Fast, easy, and affordable color laser printing that produces vibrant results for small business.

Now you can give your business the power and the impact of color laser printing with all the simplicity, speed and affordability of black and white printing! HP brings you the best of both worlds in the shape of its new HP Color LaserJet 3550 printer series designed for workgroups of up to 10 users via network.

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Features

  • USB 2.0 interface, optional wireless networking; PC and Mac compatible
  • 600 x 600 dpi resolution, HP ImageREt 2,400 dpi effective resolution
  • Up to 16 ppm print speed, first page in 22 seconds
  • 64 MB built-in RAM; 350-sheet input capacity, expandable to 850 sheets
  • HP Jetdirect en3700 Fast Ethernet external print server

Reviews (2)

1-0 out of 5 stars terrible service
My wife and I wasted hours and hours trying to get HP service. HP has outsourced customer service to several developing countries, and each time we called, the representatives were unable to locate the record of our previous call.We were told time and again that we would be contacted by a "case manager" but that never happened. After weeks of trying, it became obvious that we need to discard the product (still under warrantee) and buy a new (non-HP) product ourselves.

5-0 out of 5 stars HP Color LaserJet 3550N Printer is the best money can buy!
I looked at all of the laser printers and inkjet.Every article says there is nothing like an inkjet.I can tell you for a fact that they are wrong!!There is no comparison at all when printed on plain paper; this HP LaserJet 3550 is the best!!When printed on gloss paper a great inkjet is better but not by much at all.Meaning you will not need an inkjet unless you already have one.I read all the articles on all brands (OKI, Samsung, HP, Lexmark, Brother, Ricoh, Minolta, Panasonic, etc...) (trust me I spent 2+ weeks reading) of laser printers.I sent (and paid) for samples only to find out that the HP LaserJet printers (3500, 3550, 3700) produce the best output (B&W, color, and photo) and they only have 600*600 res., which goes to show you resolution means nothing (at least with HP)!!
This HP 3550 printer is fast and produced the best photos I have seen on any laser printer (no banding also!).Power consumption is low, it is Quiet for a laser, and of course it is bigger than an inkjet or a cheap (slow) color laser (that is why it is FAST) (they do sell cheaper, smaller, slower models).Trust me it is not that big in size (at least for what it does).HP does not put in half toner cartridges like others (Minolta, etc...).The only thing it could have is a duplex option, but it does a great job a manual duplex.I just can not say anything bad, I was very hesitant about buying a color laser but am very happy with this and am glad I did not go with any of the other brands (especially after getting in my samples of other printers) you will not regret this purchase!!!!!I have the LaserJet 3550n.
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8. HP Color LaserJet 5550DN Printer
by Hewlett Packard Office
list price: $4,614.00
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Asin: B000301ATM
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Hewlett Packard Office
Sales Rank: 27901
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Amazon.com Product Description

Producing quality, wide-format color laser prints (up to 11 by 17 inches), the HP 5550dn meets most everyday office and workgroup demands. Featuring HP ImageREt 3600 print technology, the 5550dn offers up to 27 ppm printing in black and color, with less than 16 seconds warm-up time. Versatile and expandible paper handling lets you add new trays as you need them; and with the 5550dn, automatic duplexing comes standard.

The 5550dn has a powerful 533 MHz processor and offers 160 MB of memory (expandable to 544 MB) as well as two Flash Memory card slots. It features both parallel and USB (1.1) connectivity, plus an HP Jetdirect 620n Fast Ethernet internal print server, and two available EIO slots. The HP 5550dn is backed by a one-year warranty.

What's in the Box
HP 5550dn printer, HP print cartridges (cyan, magenta, yellow, and black), software and User's Guide on CD, Getting Started Guide, Network Installation Guide, power cord, 100-sheet multipurpose tray, 500-sheet input tray, HP Jetdirect 620n Fast Ethernet internal print server, automatic two-sided printing unit; printer cables not included ... Read more

Features

  • PC and Mac compatible; 1 year warranty
  • Up to 27 ppm print speed for black and color images
  • Large format, up to 11 x 17 inches; 600-sheet input capacity; auto-duplexing
  • 533 MHz RISC processor, 160 MB memory, expandable to 544 MB
  • USB 1.1 and parallel ports, 2 open EIO slots, Fast Ethernet internal print server

9. HP Color LaserJet 3550 Printer
by Hewlett Packard Office
list price: $1,005.00
our price: Too low to display
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Asin: B0003MTITO
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Hewlett Packard Office
Sales Rank: 7196
Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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Product Description

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Features

  • USB 2.0 interface, optional wireless networking; PC and Mac compatible
  • 600 x 600 dpi resolution, HP ImageREt 2,400 dpi effective resolution
  • Up to 16 ppm print speed, first page in 22 seconds
  • 64 MB built-in RAM; 350-sheet input capacity, expandable to 850 sheets
  • Automatic media type sensing and print mode adjustment

Reviews (2)

5-0 out of 5 stars A whole lot of printer
I have the HP Color Laserjet 3550. Straight off the bat let me state that this printer is big. When I say big, I mean big. When it was delivered I was astonished at the size of the box and after unpacking it I spend a few minutes taking in its size. I then realized that it was taller than I anticipated, even though the dimensions quoted in my prepurchase research were accurate. Seeing is believing. Despite the size, it is well designed and infact, beautifully made.

Setup of the printer and toners was extremely easy, and the installation of drivers was okay. After following the instructions given in the setup guide, the installation process stopped on my PC for no apparent reason. I eventually restarted the pc with the setup cd in the machine AND the printer connected to the pc and everything sorted itself out perfectly.

When I did my first print (the printer's demo page) and saw the quality on plain copy paper, I knew that I had made the right decision on purchasing the HP LaserJet 3550. So far, I am extremely pleased with this printer. I run a home-based desktop publishing business, and this printer has handled everything I have thrown at it without problems - business cards, labels, flyers, invoices, etc. As DonF said in his review, you will not regret this purchase!!!!!

5-0 out of 5 stars HP Color LaserJet 3550 Printer
I looked at all of the laser printers and inkjet.Every article says there is nothing like an inkjet.I can tell you for a fact that they are wrong!!There is no comparison at all when printed on plain paper; this HP LaserJet 3550 is the best!!When printed on gloss paper a great inkjet is better but not by much at all.Meaning you will not need an inkjet unless you already have one.I read all the articles on all brands (OKI, Samsung, HP, Lexmark, Brother, Ricoh, Minolta, Panasonic, etc...) (trust me I spent 2+ weeks reading) of laser printers.I sent (and paid) for samples only to find out that the HP LaserJet printers (3500, 3550, 3700) produce the best output (B&W, color, and photo) and they only have 600*600 res., which goes to show you resolution means nothing (at least with HP)!!
This HP 3550 printer is fast and produced the best photos I have seen on any laser printer (no banding also!).Power consumption is low, it is Quiet for a laser, and of course it is bigger than an inkjet or a cheap (slow) color laser (that is why it is FAST) (they do sell cheaper, smaller, slower models).Trust me it is not that big in size (at least for what it does).HP does not put in half toner cartridges like others (Minolta, etc...).The only thing it could have is a duplex option, but it does a great job a manual duplex.I just can not say anything bad, I was very hesitant about buying a color laser but am very happy with this and am glad I did not go with any of the other brands (especially after getting in my samples of other printers) you will not regret this purchase!!!!!I have the LaserJet 3550n.
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10. Konica Minolta Magicolor 2400W Color Laser Printer (5250220-100)
by Konica
list price: $399.99
our price: $391.39
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Asin: B0007IG202
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Konica
Sales Rank: 7382
Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars
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Product Description

ReplaceYour Inkjet With Speedy Laser The magicolor 2400W from KONICA MINOLTA is the color laser alternative to ink jet printers. It's small, quick, and ready for any print job—from letters and reports to family photos and fun flyers. There's no special paper required and it's got long-lasting supplies so you can print page after page of durable, high-impact color. Don't try this with a bargain-bin ink jet! ... Read more

Features

  • USB 2.0 interface, optional Ethernet; PC compatible
  • 2,400 x 600 dpi resolution in black and color
  • Up to 5 ppm color, 20 ppm black print speed
  • 35,000-page maximum monthly duty cycle
  • 32 MB standard memory

Reviews (6)

5-0 out of 5 stars Very nice printer for this price
This printer is great! The noise that many complain about is minimal and not all that annoying. It makes noises as it adjusts the cartridges. The printer is fast, easy to use and makes just super prints.

I had no problem installing it, but did NOT use the CD that came along. I had earlier downloaded the drivers from the Konica/Minolta site and just ran the setup file that came with them.

Yes, my lights do flicker a bit while it is in "use" mode, but that is short term before it drops to standby. The time that takes can be adjusted, too, from 5 minutes to whatever. Mine is set to 15 minutes. Not a big deal.

The first toner cartridges (that come with the new machine) are only good for 1500 pages, but the next cartridges you purchase will go for 4500 pages. The replacement color carts run about $120 and the Black runs about $90. Expensive, yes, but not any more than the darn ink jets that dry out in 6 months and are no good. These don't dry up. I don't print too much and have never gotten more than about 600 prints from an ink jet before it dried up.

I bought this printer at Staples for around $300 on sale and it is worth a whole lot more.

2-0 out of 5 stars Not for the Typical Home User
I owned this printer less than a month and sent it back.

For: 1. Great price for a color laser printer.

2. Nice looking copies, especially photos.

3. Fast color photo printing.

Against: 1. Power consumption. It uses 11 amps of my 15 amp circuit when on. (Spec found on pg 87 of the PDF manual) It is like having a small space heater on all the time.

The lights flicker while the element stays hot. So I let it go into standby, which solved the flickering. When coming out of standby the power surge killed my ups (on the same circuit, but not powering the printer). Unless you have two circuits in your home office, beware.

2. No Surge Protection. The printer should not be plugged into a surge protector or ups. This is not stated in the manual, but you are told this by tech support when you call to complain about the flickering lights.

3. The time from warmup to print is 45 seconds. If you are only printing a couple of pages in black an inkjet is just as fast or faster. And the print quality isn't enough difference to be noticable for text.

4. Envelope printing. Typically home users print one or two envelopes at a time. To print an envelope, you have to take out all the paper, put in your envelope, move the slide, open the top, move two levers, close the top, and print. When you are done, reverse the process. In my HP inkjet, you put the envelope in the slot in the output tray and print.

According to the manual (pg. 23), "laser" envelopes only, lest they seal shut during printing. Staples has no such thing.

5. Lables. Precut or perforated lables need not apply. Whole uncut sheets only. (Pg 24)

6. Printable area. Normal margins = .157" all around...except for legal paper in color mode, when the bottom margin = .409". Since the printer is normally in color mode, it is one more thing to change when printing on legal and you need all the print area you can get or need an even print area.

7. Noise. It is extremely noisy when starting up or coming out of standby with a lot of loud clunking.

8. Tech Support. When I called about the power surge when coming out of standby (that caused the computer to reboot) I was told, "Don't put in standby."

On the second call to tech support for this problem I was told "Plug it directly into the wall socket, not a surge protector or ups."

When leaving it on caused the lights to flicker (Call 3), Tech Support Level 1 kept putting me on hold and relaying my questions to a Level 3 tech and relaying the answers back to me. The solution to the flickering lights...plug it into a different circuit. (Not an option in my home.)

Conclusion: For the average home office user that doesn't print a lot of color photos, get a good color inkjet. (I am partial to HP). For most printing needs it is just too much hassle.

If you do print color photos, just make sure you have a seperate circuit to plug it into.

1-0 out of 5 stars This is being returned
I did my homework and read many reviews. Not one mentioned that you can not share this printer. I didn't need network ready, but I do need to share with my home network. This is an important consideration and should be noted in the specifications.

Also, no one mentioned that to print an envelope I would have to remove all the paper, open the cover, adjust 2 levers, close the cover, load the envelope, print and do it all again to replace the paper. What a hassle!

One last complaint, and I read about that one. This is one very noisy printer. Don't expect to print while you are on the phone. Neither of you will be able to hear.

On the plus side, the print quality was good.

Overall, the negatives are not worth the cheap price!

5-0 out of 5 stars A COLOR LASER PRINTER THAT WON'T BREAK YOUR BUDGET
I recently purchased the Konica Minolta Magicolor 2430DL Color Laser Printer and I LOVE IT!I run a small desktop publishing business from home and needed a reasonably priced color laser printer that would produce good quality products in a short period of time and this printer fits the bill.The text is awesome and graphics are awesome and the speed is just what the doctor ordered.The only problem I have with this printer is that the documentation that comes with it is awful.It's in at least 5 different languages and pretty much, all you can decipher from it once you find the English version is how to set it up.I still don't know how to change out the toner cartridges or even how to troubleshoot if I was to run into a problem.So for the job that it does, I give it 5 stars.It serves its purpose, it's compact and it's reasonably priced.As for instructions and/or tech support, I give it 2 stars.(Lets hope I never run into any problems with it.)

4-0 out of 5 stars Excelent for home use
I bought that printer because I was sick and tired of ink jets:
* There would always be clogged heads and print output with horizontal bands
* You would use most of the expensive ink cleaning the heads
* The ink would run out in middle phrase without any prior warning, as opposed to the progressive fading of a laser
* You had to wait for the paint to dry
* The result was not waterproof
* Photo quality requires expensive paper

I was almost buying the Oki 5050. The Oki is fast even in color mode and has relatively inexpensive toner. But the 2400W was positioned as a photo printer and was just US$300! I ended up with the 2400W.

This is a great printer for home/home office use. It does print very decent photos even in plain paper. The results are even better with a light (90 g/m2) or matte (167 g/m2) photo paper. My mother stopped complaining that I don't give her enough pictures of the kids.

I have only a few complains:
* The toner is expensive. You can buy a 1500-page "standard" cartridge for US$70 each or a 4500-page "high capacity" cartridge for US$120 each. Since I don't print a lot of stuff, this is ok with me. Interestingly, the set of 4 "standard" cartridges might cost more than a brand new printer - that comes with the same cartridges!
* It cannot print a photo at full page size (Letter, A4) at maximum resolution (2400 X 600) because of lack of memory (it's not expandable); I have to settle with the still decent 1200 X 600 resolution. The most you can get at full resolution is 1/3 of a page.
* It does not come with an Ethernet print server and is incompatible with the Linksys PSUS4 print server that I bought.

Both of the last issues above are addressed at the 2430DL that costs about US$100 more, so I think you should consider that model instead. ... Read more


11. Okidata C5150N LED COLOR PRINTER 12PPM ( 62421701 )
by Okidata Corp. (Domestic)
list price: $449.99
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Asin: B0002D6PUY
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Okidata Corp. (Domestic)
Sales Rank: 12265
Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

Okidata offers an affordable digital color desktop printer that's network-ready and engineered for greater productivity. For professionals who keep a close eye on their image as well as the bottom line, the compact OKI C5150n is like two printers in one: It combines fast, high-quality OKI color and monochrome output with a low purchase price and low cost per page, so it can take the place of slower color inkjet and mono machines—and stretch your budget. How? LED technology provides laser sharpness at a low cost--the design is similar in concept to laser printing, but an LED digital printhead is used as the light source.

The OKI C5150n printer turns out up to 12 full-color and 20 mono pages per minute, with the first color page printing in just 14 seconds, the first black-and-white page in as little as 9 seconds. And those are crisp, bright pages at 1,200 x 600 dpi resolution (print speeds under ideal conditions).

The OKI C5150n has a standard paper capacity of 400 sheets (300-sheet paper tray and built-in 100-sheet multipurpose tray for labels, envelopes, transparencies, and card stock up to 110 lb.). That can expand to 930 sheets with an optional 530-sheet second tray—and more sheets means fewer user interventions. What's more, with an OKI C5150n you can print on banner-size sheets up to 8.5 by 47.24 inches. And, with its optional duplexer, you can produce two-sided pages at close to rated engine speeds.

With high-speed USB connectivity, your workgroup can share the advantages and efficiencies of this productivity-enhancing printer. An internal OkiLAN 10/100 Base-T print server enables industry-standard network protocols and enhances network management through access to printer menu settings. OKI is so confident in the reliable performance of the C5150n that it provides an industry-leading five-year warranty on the four color printheads, and a one-year limited printer warranty with Overnight Exchange and optional coverage extensions.

What's in the Box
C5150n printer, starter toner cartridges (cyan, magenta, yellow, and black), power cable, user guide and set-up guide, warranty information; printer cable not included ... Read more

Features

  • LED technology for laser-sharp 1,200 x 600 resolution
  • Up to 12 ppm color, 20 ppm monochrome print speed
  • 32 MB standard, expandable to 288 MB
  • 10/100 Base-T Internal Ethernet Print Server
  • USB 2.0 interface, PC and Mac compatible

Reviews (5)

5-0 out of 5 stars High Quality, Low Price
This is an excellent printer.
- It is easy to service and change cartridges
- The toner is reasonably priced
- The print quality is outstanding.It produces a glossy finish on the page, so for presentations etc they look great.Pictures are above average, but not photo quality...that is what Costco at 19cents a print is for :)
- It is quiet (MUCH quieter than the HP2550)
- It prints fast and does not take forever to warm up (about 15-20 seconds)
- It has a straight paper path (no noise from a cycling drum)
- It has a good paper tray that does not cause jams.
- It came with a good amount of toner in the original cartridges.I am not sure if they were full or not, but I got LOTS of prints out of them.So did my kids :)
In general it has proven to be a great printer and I have no regrets.It was on sale, with a rebate, and I had a coupon so I paid a litle over 400 dollars.
Highly recommended.

5-0 out of 5 stars User Review of the Okidata 5150 Color Laser Printer
Prior to purchasing the Okidata 5150N color laser printer, my wife and I spent several hours on the web searching for user reviews of color laser printers.Based on only a few user reviews (all positive) of the Okidata 5150N color laser printer, we purchased this printer.We are delighted that we made the purchase.This printer takes the place of Epson inkjet printers that were continually suffering clogged heads if not used for a week or so and for which purchasing the inkjet cartridges was a frequent and expensive necessity.

From the moment we arrived home with our Okidata 5150N the entire experience of unpacking it and installing it has been a pleasure because of the care and attention to detail shown by Okidata in their packing of the printer and in the clear installation instructions which they provide (with separate manuals in six different languages!).We had our color laser unpacked, hooked up, and printing within 20 minutes.Installation of the drivers and other software provided on three CD's by Okidata with the printer was fast and straightforward.The printer was installed on a USB 2.0 hub attached to a P4 running Windows XP Pro SP2.By installing the Okidata drivers for the 5150N on our other two networked computers, we were quickly able to begin using the printer on those computers as well. Note that the 5150N also comes complete with an ethernet print server as well which is rare for a color laser printer in this price range.

We have been extremely pleased with the speed and quality of the prints made on the 5150N. This includes both text, business color graphics including web pages, and color photos printed on Hammermill laser photo paper.While Okidata thoughtfully provides a utility for color matching which is useful in printing photos, I have found that the auto color setting of the 5150N also does an excellent job on photos as well as everything else. In fact, the Okidata 5150N does almost as good a job with photos as my Canon i9900 photo inkjet printer which I believe represents the current state-of-the-art in consumer level inkjet photo printers.

If you are used to printing large jobs of many pages on an inkjet printer, you will be really impressed with the speed of the 5150N. My 5150N is in Power Save mode (using 20 watts only) for most of the time since it is used only occasionally by my wife and I for print jobs, but the first page rolls out in about 20 seconds after clicking on print on our computers and the speed with which the remaining pages appear is a joy to behold.We anticipate that the cost per page of using the 5150N will be significantly less than that of using any inkjet printer.

The physical size of the 5150N is noteworthy and a clear level desk space area is necessary for locating the printer.The construction quality of the printer is first rate, and the printer driver provided by Okidata is straight forward, includes lots of features for enhancing printing, and runs flawlessly.

We have now printed several hundred pages of images, graphics, and text on several different weights of paper without a single paper jam or other problems.

I highly recommend this printer to anyone considering the purchase of a color laser writer.

5-0 out of 5 stars Great Color Printer For The Price
I bought this printer to replace my older Minolta color laser printer for several reasons, the most important being that the Okidata will do a maximum of 12 color ppm vs. the Minolta's 4 color ppm. You just can't get better than this for the price.

The color photos are pretty good but I have a good high quality color injet photo printer. For everything else I use this one now. Color printing is cheaper than inkjet printers over the long run. It has built-in networking and setup over my wifi was snap!

I'm pretty happy with it but there are just a few things about it that I do not like. They are:

1. You have to set the multi-purpose manually. Most printers will print whatever is on the MP tray first but this one doesn't. Of course, it could be my mistake.

2. The MP tray is kind of tricky to pull out and use. For one thing, there is a large lever that one would assume is the MP tray but is really the release lever for the top of the printer to do things like remove paper jams and which gives you access to all of the toners. You actually have to grip the MP tray on both sides and pull down. Then you have to pull part of it out towards you and then pull out the extension. Before you close it, you have to basically fold back up the MP tray.

3. There is no default black and white print setting. You have to set it on grayscale.

Apart from these little irritations, it's a very good printer and I would recommend it.

5-0 out of 5 stars EXCELLENT customer/tech support and EXCELLENT printer!
Everything about this printer is VERY good - quality, speed, ease of use.
However, just be careful when you change cartridge -- it can get messy and the printer is very sensitive to cleaniness! I had problems changing cartridge twice that I needed to call tech support. Both times, I received EXCELLENT support service -- detail, no waiting, responsive, professional.

5-0 out of 5 stars Very Happy with Printer
I did a lot of research on color laser printers and chose the Okidata because it said it did heavy cardstock, which I print on a lot.I have been very pleased w/the printer.Its been 2 months and I just replaced the black cartridge, the colors are still the starter cartridges.I've printed a lot of color flyers and letterhead for my business and it prints great!The only thing I find frustrating is if I change media (which I go from envelopes to greeting cards to letter and legal size paper) I have to manually hit the online button when the printer default media size doesn't match the file media size for it to print from the Manual Feed Tray.My HP laser automatically prints from the MF tray if the types don't match.It may just be operator error, but I have to change the default print settings in the control panel everytime I work with different media so I can print several files and walk away and know I don't have to sit and hit the online button for each file.But I've no complaint other than that, I love the print texture, its much richer than my HP, slightly glossy, which looks more formal on my envelopes and cards.Very little offsetting (I actually haven't noticed any yet), which was also a problem w/my HP.I would definitely recommend this printer! ... Read more


12. Brother HL-2700CN Color Laser Printer
by Brother Printer
list price: $949.99
our price: $522.49
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Asin: B00019FO1U
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Brother Printer
Sales Rank: 6138
Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

A network-ready color laser printer from Brother International, the HL-2700CN is a high-quality printer with fast print times and a number of other timesaving features. Print resolutions for both color and black-and-white run as high as 2,400 x 600 dpi, while print speed range up to 31 ppm for black-and-white and up to 8 ppm for color, delivering large print runs quickly and efficiently. A 300 MHz processor and 64 MB of standard memory (expandable to 576 MB) also help ensure that the printer runs smoothly when handling a large job. For direct PC connections, the HL-2700CN comes with parallel and USB ports, while the 10/100 Base-T Ethernet port allows you to connect the printer to an existing network.

The printerhas a 250-sheet output capacity, and the 250-page input capacity can be expanded up to 780 sheets with the addition of a second paper tray. You can print on paper, transparencies, labels, and envelopes, with sizes including letter, executive, A4, A5, and B5, while an optional paper tray allows you to print legal-size documents. A wide range of printer emulations also helps to integrate the unit seamlessly into your network environment. Compatible with PC, Mac, and Linux operating platforms, the HL-2700CN comes backed by a one-year limited warranty.

What's in the Box
Printer, standard paper tray (pre-installed), quick setup guide, CD-ROM, toner cartridges (pre-installed black, cyan, magenta, yellow), waste toner pack, AC power cord, OPC belt cartridge; printer cable not included ... Read more

Features

  • Automatic interface switching; PC, Mac, and Linux compatible
  • 2,400 x 600 maximum color and black resolution
  • Up to 31 ppm black, 8 ppm color
  • 300 MHz processor, 60 MB memory, expandable to 576 MB
  • Parallel, USB, and 10/100 Base-T Ethernet ports

Reviews (3)

2-0 out of 5 stars Can't get waste toner packs
While I am very happy with the printer, Brother currently has a very serious supply problem.The printer takes something called a waste toner pack, or WT4CL. This is a little plastic thing that probably costs a dime to produce. The manual says that it lasts about 12,000 pages. After 3,900 pages, the printer's red light came on and it would not function.

It seems that you can't get these waste toner packs anywhere in the U.S. Amazon doesn't have them, Staples doesn't have them, buy.com doesn't have them, etc. I did find them at amatteroffax.com, and paid for 2-day shipping, paid a premium over list price, and it took more than a week to receive. I also ordered 2 directly from Brother (after talking to them on the phone and wading through their phone trees...).

I just received a snail-mail letter from Brother saying "We are temporarily out of stock. Please allow 4 - 6 weeks for delivery."
Well, that is just great when your printer will not work without it. I have heard that you can empty it yourself if you are careful not to breathe the toner, but that will violate your warranty.

So -- I love the printer, it prints quickly and the color looks great, but this supply glitch is ridiculous. How can I recommend a printer without supplies?

5-0 out of 5 stars Loud but effective
This is another good product from Brother. We use a number of different types of printers in our business and this is the best of bunch.
We have an all Mac office, and set-up was a breeze. We've networked it, and it also works well using the Mac's built in printer sharing over a wireless network.
Color is great, with the right resolutions you get good photographic reproduction. We use it very effectively with brochures.
One of the downsides is that accessories are expensive. Another is that in operation it is a little noisy. While in operation it makes a number of clunks and bumps, something to do with the switching between the various cartridges I think.
All and all though a very good machine. And by the way shop around a little for toner. It can be had for a lot less then the list price. ... Read more


13. HP LaserJet 1022 Printer (Q5912A#ABA)
by Hewlett Packard
list price: $242.00
our price: $202.99
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Asin: B0009EK5NE
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Hewlett Packard
Sales Rank: 4055
Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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Product Description

Hewlett-Packard (Q5912A#ABA) HP LaserJet 1022 Printer 19 ppm letter/ 18ppm A4 Black & White laser pr ... Read more

Features

  • PC and Mac compatible; 1-year warranty
  • Up to 19 ppm print speed; up to 1,200 x 1,200 dpi resolution
  • 8 MB built in memory; USB 2.0 connectivity standard
  • Optional ethernet, wireless, and Bluetooth connectivity
  • 250-sheet input tray plus 10-shet priority input tray for specialty media

Reviews (1)

5-0 out of 5 stars Four great personal LaserJets to choose from.....
In my office we have found the LaserJet 1022's to be MVPs (Most Valuable Printers).This baby is rock-solid, works everytime and prints laser sharp.Also, with HP models you don't have to wait and wait for your page to come out. HP calls it Instant-On technology.Brother and Samsung models have long warm up times (ugh!) but the HP 1022 spits the page out immediately.

If you want the basics you can get the LaserJet 1020 printer.

If you want a little extra paper handling options get the LaserJet 1022 printer

If you want to use fast Ethernet connection the LaserJet 1022n printer has the embedded Ethernet print server built in

AND...if you want 802.11 wireless get the LaserJet 1022nw printer which has the both the wired and wireless Ethernet print servers built into the printer.

Goodbye inkjet. Hello HP LaserJet

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14. HP LaserJet 4250N Monochrome Network Printer
by Hewlett Packard Office
list price: $1,572.00
our price: Too low to display
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Asin: B00064C5XU
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Hewlett Packard Office
Sales Rank: 8399
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Product Description

HP provides a variety of support options to assist you in the setup and maintenance of the HP LaserJet 4250 series printer. ... Read more

Features

  • USB and parallel connectivity; PC and Mac compatible
  • Up to 45 ppm print speed; up to 1,200 dpi resolution
  • 460 MHz processor, 64 MB memory, expandable to 512 MB
  • 600-sheet standard input capacity
  • HP Jetdirect Fast Ethernet embedded print server

15. Brother HL-2040 Monochrome Laser Printer
by Brother Printer
list price: $229.99
our price: $142.49
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Asin: B0007IFVJK
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Brother Printer
Sales Rank: 3180
Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars
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Product Description

HL-2040 LASERPR 20PPM 2400X600DPI 8MB USB PAR ... Read more

Features

  • Parallel and USB 2.0 interface; PC, Mac, and Linux compatible
  • 2,400 x 600 dpi resolution with laser print quality
  • Up to 20 ppm black, first page out in under 10 seconds
  • 250-sheet input capacity; supports a variety of sizes and envelopes
  • Simple setup and operation; 8 MB standard memory

Reviews (6)

5-0 out of 5 stars What do you expect for the price?!?!
I bought this for under $150 on sale.Mine came with a rebate so it was even lower.The speed at which pages come out of the printer make it well worth the price paid.If this thing dies in six months I would have gotten my money's worth and I wouldn't even object to getting another one!I do get some of the curling mentioned but I'm also using a $2 ream of paper.I'm sure with better paper it will be fine.The pages are far from unusable though.

3-0 out of 5 stars Mac Friendly
I purchased this to use with my new iBook.The compact size nicely reflects the compact size of my portable iBook.Conectivity is great via USB and it found the printer right away.No complaints here, and I print daily on this machine.Good machine for the price.

5-0 out of 5 stars Exellent quality and price
This Brother printer is a great value for the price.I purchased this machine for my home and it has performed flawlessly.I haven't seen any of the excessive curling mentioned in previous reviews, but then again, I'm using a quality laser paper.I have ran a few larger print jobs, printing various manuals and it churns right through them.The best part is it's small enough to fit on my desk and still leaves me room to work, not like past laser printers I've owened.

4-0 out of 5 stars Great print quality and speed again
I have purchased this machine for the new compact design and high speed for the price.This machine has met every expectation for a personal laser printer in speed and quality.Print quality is very good.I would strongly recomend the HL-2040 where space is a necessity.Also Brothers lower opperating cost help.

1-0 out of 5 stars Nothing but problems
I can't print more than 10 pages before the printer has a "fuser unit failure" and has to sit for fifteen minutes before it will reset.This has happened 3 times so far and I am still waiting for the printer to reset as we speak.I wish I had read the reviews before I bought this piece of junk. ... Read more


16. Konica Minolta Magicolor 2430DL Color Laser Printer (5250221-100)
by Konica
list price: $537.99
our price: $511.09
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Asin: B0007IG21G
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Konica
Sales Rank: 14133
Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

A color laser printer from Konica, the 2430DL delivers both reliability and performance. Its 2,400 x 600 dpi maximum resolution results in accurate and detailed prints that are perfect for a wide range of small business applications, while print speeds of up to 5 ppm for color and 20 ppm for black and white will have your jobs done quickly and efficiently. A 35,000-page maximum monthly duty cycle ensures the 2430DL performs reliably even in heavy-use environments, and first page out in as little as 12 seconds means you won't waste time waiting on your printer.

The 2430DL comes with 32 MB memory of standard memory that's upgradeable to 544 MB, a 200 MHz processor, 200-sheet standard paper input tray (an optional 500-page tray is supported), and 200-sheet output tray. For digital photo enthusiasts, a PictBridge port is built-in, so you can easily print photos directly from your compatible camera. Automatic color calibration helps you to get accurate prints every time.

The 2430DL accepts plain paper, thick stock, glossy stock, OHP transparencies, laser quality labels, and envelopes. Supported sizes range from 3.62 by 5.83 to 8.5 by 14 inches. A high-speed USB 2.0 port allows you to easily connect a computer or other supported USB device, while a built-in 10/100 BaseTX Ethernet port allows you to take full advantage of network functionality. Compatible with PC operating systems only, the printer is backed with a one-year limited warranty.

What's in the Box
Printer, starter kit (one each of cyan, magenta, yellow, and black toner cartridges yielding up to 1,500 letter pages), OPC drum cartridge, user's guide; Ethernet and printer cables not included ... Read more

Features

  • USB 2.0 and Ethernet interfaces
  • 2,400 x 600 dpi resolution in color and black
  • Up to 5 ppm color, 20 ppm black print speed
  • Slot for PictBridge enabled digital cameras
  • 200 MHz processor, 32 MB memory, expandable to 544 MB

Reviews (2)

5-0 out of 5 stars A Lot of Bang for the Buck
I've been looking at color lasers for a while and was torn between Brother's color laser, Canon's new multifunction color laser, this model and the Magicolor 2400W.

I can't comment on the Canon or the Brother, but will comment on the differences between this model and the 2400W. For the typical $100 price difference, I would definitely recommend this model over the 2400W. An important difference between the two besides the network capability is expandable memory -- the other model (2400W) only has 32 MB memory and it is NOT expandable.

Ultimately, my choice was made very simple when I was in my local Office Depot 2 weeks ago. For some reason, they had this model priced the same as the 2400W.Setup was very simple, and the machine worked well right out of the box. Something during the driver installation process has led to the print menus being in Spanish and I haven't had time to address that yet; i is still easy enough to tell which box to check for color vs. black & white :)

Now, for its printing capability. Both Black and white and color print beautifully and quickly and look just as sharp as the prints my company produces at HQ on a much more expensive machine. I did experience some streaking on the page when I sent a 60 page black & white graphic print to the printer right after I set it up, for printing on color laser paper. Subsequent smaller black & white and color print jobs have printed beautifully with no problem, so I don't know whether the initial problem has gone away or if it could be related to indequate memory for a large print job.

Overall, I am very pleased -- easy setup, excellent print speed and quality and an unbelievable price.

5-0 out of 5 stars Top-quality Color Laser Printer on a budget!
It was worth the wait, because the Konica Minolta 2430DL is an excellent color laser printer for the money. And after we almost purchased the HP 2550, it was good that we first compared the actual print quality of various units in its class and even color laser printers that cost twice as much. The comparison tests regarding the acutal print quality and also the features put together with occasional exceptional discounts put the Konica Minolta Magicolor 2430DL Color Laser way ahead of the pack. No question about it, color is very important and the Konica Minolta 2430DL delivers all the way. While the HP e.g. did not produce authentic colors and tiny lines on the images in all the different printouts, the Konica Minolta 2430DL just reproduced/printed even color intensive images with quality. In comparison to the more expensive machines (color laser printers), you usually just get e.g. more paper capacity trays and maybe sometimes with certain units a few more pages per minute, plus network capability, but the Konica Minolta 2430DL has even the network capability already built in via Ethernet and that's a deal as competitive models charge a hundred or even a couple hundred bucks more for that feature. The setup for the 2430DL is easy and took only a few minutes and is virtually automatic. You can connect the 2430DL via USB cable to your PC or Mac and the USB cable is not included -- so don't forget to buy a quality USB cable.
Well, if you ever wanted or needed a great quality Color Laser printer at a really affordable low price, and if you didn't want to mess around with inkjet units, then the Konica Minolta Magicolor 2430DL Color Laser printer is an exellent choice with lots of features like 5 Color pages per minute and 20 B/W pages per minute, plus the refill cartridges are readily available and are not that expensive in comparison to most other color laser printers. So, you've got quality, speed, convenience and affordability -- it doesn't get any better than this when it comes to quality color printers. ... Read more


17. Samsung CLP-550N Laser Printer
by Samsung Optical

our price: $638.39
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Asin: B00027BWNK
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Samsung Optical
Sales Rank: 22721
Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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Product Description

Samsung Monitors & Printers (CLP-550N/XAA) Color Laser Printer-Network ... Read more

Features

  • USB 2.0 and parallel interfaces; supports Windows and Linux OS; 3-year warranty
  • Print resolution up to 1,200 dpi; NO NOIS technology for a quieter workplace
  • Color print speeds up to 5 ppm, black up to 21 ppm
  • Automatic 2-sided printing; 128 MB memory, expandable to 384 MB
  • Network-ready with Ethernet 10/100 Base TX, optional 802.11b wireless LAN

Reviews (1)

5-0 out of 5 stars Fantastic duplex color laser at great price.
This printer is fantastic.I was in the market for a duplexing laser printer and had no idea I'd be able to get a color one for this price.It came very well packaged and I was happy that they had not preinstalled all the toners and drums since it kept the weight down.It took about 15 minutes to install.I love the print quality.You have to be a bit patient for the first page to come out but it's worth the wait.Very nice software included.The software installs well and does not appear to be buggy like the HP software.I could not be happier with this laser printer.Nice true color matches too! ... Read more


18. Samsung CLP-510 Color Laser Printer
by Samsung

our price: $398.00
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Asin: B0007MXBXE
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Samsung
Sales Rank: 6302
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Amazon.com Product Description

A feature-rich laser printer, the CLP-510 from Samsung is one of the most cost-efficient printers on the market, with a cost per page of as low as 1.1 cents. Built to withstand even heavy workloads, the CLP-510 has a 35,000-page monthly duty cycle and is compatible with PC, Mac, and Linux operating systems. With print resolutions up to 1200 dpi, you can create professional looking documents from your home or office. Print speeds are as fast as 25 ppm for monochrome, with a time-to-first-page of about 13 seconds.

The CLP-510 comes with a standard USB port and optionally supports Ethernet and wireless networks, providing expandability even for connected workgroups. With 64 MB of standard memory (expandable up to 194 MB) and Samsung's SPGPm processor, the CLP-510 can reliably handle large print jobs. An automatic duplexing unit lets you easily print double-sided documents. The 250-sheet standard paper tray is expandable up to 400 pages, and a second 100-sheet multi-purpose tray supports paper sizes up to 8.5 by 14 inches. The CLP-510 consumes less than 450 watts during normal printing and less than 17 watts in sleep mode. Samsung also provides a one-year limited warranty. ... Read more

Features

  • USB interface; optional Ethernet and wireless network ports
  • Up to 1,200 dpi class resolution; PC, Mac, and Linux compatible
  • Up to 25 ppm monochrome print speed, up to 6 ppm color
  • Automatic duplexing; 35,000-page monthly duty cycle
  • 250-sheet standard paper tray, 100-sheet multi-purpose tray; expandable to 500 sheets total

19. Samsung CLP-510N Network Color Laser Printer
by Samsung
list price: $489.99
our price: $456.94
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Asin: B0007MXBYS
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Samsung
Sales Rank: 14120
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Product Description

Not long after it becomes your favorite printer, it’ll become your only printer. The Samsung network-ready CLP-510N color laser printer is fast and easy and packed with every feature a company needs to do business better. Samsung speed. Samsung made sure the CLP-510N printer was fast enough for all of your color printing needs. It prints up to 6 ppm color. Up to 25 ppm black. And with USB 2.0 connectivity, it can receive information up to 40 times faster than USB 1.1 printers. Samsung ease. Samsung also made it easy, because the most valuable printer in the office is the one that nobody has to think about. Exclusive NO NOIS static engine technology provides easy toner cartridge replacement, worry-free reliability and quiet operation, while a convenient LCD window makes it easy to select from a variety of printing functions. Samsung complete. Built-in duplexing is just one of the extras that sets the CLP-510N apart, along with wireless expandability and more. It also features 350-sheet combined paper capacity and the option to add a 500-sheet cassette. Samsung CLP-510N color laser printers. Do business brilliantly.

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Features

  • USB and 10/100 Base TX Ethernet network interfaces, optional wireless network port
  • Up to 1,200 dpi class resolution; PC, Mac ,and Linux compatible
  • Up to 25 ppm monochrome print speed, up to 6 ppm color
  • Automatic duplexing; 35,000-page monthly duty cycle
  • 250-sheet standard paper tray, 100-sheet multi-purpose tray, expandable to 500 sheets total

20. Lexmark C510 Color Laser Printer (20K1100)
by Lexmark
list price: $489.99
our price: $449.99
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Asin: B0001OTIJ4
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Lexmark
Sales Rank: 22939
Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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Product Description

High-quality Color Laser Printer The Lexmark C510 is a small workgroup color laser printer with print speeds of up to 30 ppm in black and up to 8 ppm in color that features 2400 Image Quality printing to enhance color in business documents. A small footprint and the availability of a duplex option helps optimize office space. ... Read more

Features

  • USB and parallel interfaces, open card slot; 1-year warranty
  • Color laser printing with up to 2,400 dpi resolution
  • Print speeds up to 30 ppm black, 8 ppm color
  • 64 MB RAM, expandable to 320 MB
  • 250-sheet input tray, optional duplexing

Reviews (1)

4-0 out of 5 stars Good home office color printer
I've had this printer for a few weeks. It produces great quality prints, especially on nicer (photo) paper. I like the small footprint, design of the printer, speed, and quality. Lexmark has a great environmental policy. You can send empty cartridges to the company for recycling. They also have both normal and high-yield cartridges. For a little extra money, you can get twice the number of prints.

Cons: It does drain the electricity--expect house lights to flicker! It was disturbing at first, but I'm used to it now. The printer is loud when it operates, silent when powered down. The duplex option is expensive, if you need that functionality. You'll also need to buy another paper feeder for larger paper sizes.

Overall, I'm extremely pleased. I'm on a Macintosh system and had no trouble with drivers or set up. I would research and buy other Lexmark products if they received favorable reviews. ... Read more


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