HP LaserJet P4015n
Released November, 2006
The Pros:Works equally well with Windows PCs and Macs. Very fast--max print speed of 52ppm. Very consistent and dependable--very few paper jams.
The Cons:Very high operating volume. High-capacity "X" toner cartridges have been known to cause gear issues, breaking the printer.
The HP LaserJet P4015n is a high-powered B/W laser printer designed to boost workgroup productivity. An upgrade from the LaserJet P4014n, the LaserJet P4015n offers an improved 52 ppm print speed. Like its predecessor, the LaserJet P4015n features built-in Gigabit Ethernet for fast & easy sharing, an ultra-fast 540MHz processor, and enhanced toner technology for consistent print quality.
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In addition, although the LaserJet P4014n printer supports only 600 sheets of paper, it can be expanded up to 3,600 sheets for high-capacity offices. Not to mention that it supports printing functions for a variety of mediums, including paper, envelopes, labels, cardstock, and even transparencies. The HP LaserJet P4015n retails for $1199.00 and comes with a 1 year limited warranty.
- B/W Laser Printer Technology
- Enhanced Toner Technology
- Speedy Printing Processor
- USB Direct Interface
- Built-In Gigabit Ethernet
- 600-Sheet Capacity Paper Tray
- 128MB Internal Memory
- HP Easy Printer Care Software
- 1 Year Limited Warranty
- Printing Technology: B/W Laser
- Processor: 540MHz
- Max Black Print Speed: 52ppm
- Print Resolution: Up to 1200x1200 dpi
- Standard Paper Capacity: 600
- Maximum Paper Capacity: 3600
- Interface: Embedded Jetdirect (Gigabit Ethernet) print server, 1 Hi-Speed USB 2.0, 1 EIO slot, 1 external and 2 internal Host USB 2.0-like ports for 3rd party connection
- Compatibility: Windows, Mac OS
User Reviews (1)
Works equally well with Windows PCs and Macs.
Very fast--max print speed of 52ppm.
Very consistent and dependable--very few paper jams.
Huge paper tray capacity.
Built-in Ethernet for network printing.
Very high operating volume.
High-capacity "X" toner cartridges have been known to cause gear issues, breaking the printer.
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