HP LaserJet P2015 Printer Reviews

HP LaserJet P2015

The small yet powerful HP LaserJet P2015 black-and-white laser printer is designed to boost the productivity in your office with print speeds as high as 27 ppm and lighting-quick first page print times of less than 8.5 seconds. This speedy printer is not just fast--it also takes advantage of HP's FastRes 1200 printing technology to produce high-resolution imagery up to 1200 dpi.
  • Reliable, professional-grade monochrome LaserJet printer
  • Crisp and clear 1,200 dpi print quality
  • Fast 400 MHz processor handles large and complex files easily
  • High-speed USB 2.0 connectivity; 32 MB internal memory expandable to 288 MB
  • 1 Year limited manufacturer's warranty
HP LaserJet P2015
HP LaserJet P2015
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Technical Details

Printer Technology Laser; Inkjet
Connectivity Technology Wired;USB
Printer Output Black and White
Max Printspeed Black White 26 ppm
Double-Sided Printing No
Resolution Information not Provided
Media Size Maximum 8.5 x 14 inch

Accurate, Image-Rich Documents Fast
The LaserJet P2015 is a printer built for speed and efficiency. It prints at a speedy rate of27 ppm at up to 1200 dpi resolution proof that high-quality, image-filled documents don't have to take forever to print. This printer's use of FastRes 1200 printing technology, coupled with its speedy 400 MHz Motorola ColdFire V5 processor and 32 MB of expandable memory (up to 288 MB), allow this printer to excel in the performance department.

Compact Design and Large-Capacity Paper Handling
Although LaserJet P2015 features a compact design, it handles paper as good, if not better, than other larger laser printers on the market. The P2015 won't take up a lot of space in your home or office, and its quite operation will help keep unnecessary office noise at bay.

With a 250-sheet paper tray for everyday printing, and a 50-sheet multipurpose tray for special media, this printer can handle high-capacity paper loads with ease. Need a larger paper capacity? The P2015 will accept an additional 250-sheet paper tray for an even higher paper capacity.

Networking Capabilities and USB 2.0 Connectivity
The P2015 integrated networking technology makes it extremely easy to share and manage the printer as part of a network without compromising the printer's performance or document security. Network printing has never been quicker or easier.

The same holds true when transferring data via the high-speed USB 2.0 input. The USB 2.0 connectivity enables blazing-fast data transmission at speeds as high as 480 mbps for direct printing or quick and easy expansion.

HP LaserJet P2015

Durable and Reliable Operation
The LaserJet P2015 printer is extremely durable and built to last with a 15.000 page duty cycle, which allows you to spend more time on your business and less time maintaining your printer. This printer's recommended monthly page volume is between 740 and 3,000 pages per month.

HP LaserJet P2015 printer is compatible with both Windows (including Vista) and Macintosh operating systems. It measures 13.8 x 14.3 x 10.1 inches, and it weighs 22.7 pounds. It comes with a standard 1-year limited warranty.

It is smaller, less noisy, less expensive, and faster than the HP 2420's that we have in the office. I would definitely purchase another HP LaserJet P2015 instead of the 2420. The cartridge cost and yield is about the same for both printers. When I print to this printer, I tend to print a larger number of pages (50-500) and it spits them out very quickly. When I print single pages it seems to spool up quickly and turn the motor noise down fast after it's done.

The only thing I do not like about it is that sometimes it is noisy when printing. Other than that it is one of the finest printers I have used and owned. I have used and owned at least 6. Even the ink that came with the printer is still going and I have been using it everyday a lot for business. I did purchase through you also a toner but have not had the chance to use it yet.
HP LaserJet P2015 Printer Reviews Rating: 4.5 Diposkan Oleh: james siwiru

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