Reviews and Problems with HP LaserJet Pro 400 Color MFP M475dn
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Good Small Office Unit
Timothy L., Newegg
9 October 2012
Pros: Prints, scans & faxes reliably. The first thing you do with this MFP is update the firmware. I believe people having problems with this unit will see this resolves alot of the issues they are experiencing. User friendly and it simply works. Great scan to network feature that consistently function...
Cons: The unit will only scan at 600x600 from the control panel. If you want higher res scans you must use the software utility from your computer. The scanner doesn't pick up thin lines very well. Since we mostly just scan text it isn't a problem for us. If you scan line drawings or photos beware. Thi...
Summary: We have had a CM230nf printer for almost 6 years and it was time to update to stay current with mobile devices. With it we had the extra paper tray (CB500A) which is an extra feature for the 2 low-end versions but included in the nfi version.
Summary: This is a good printer we have 3 in our company now they are easy to set up and the touch screen is fairly intuitive. For address setup going on-line is much easier than using the touch screen. Beware of packaging when ordering: This printer came in only the OEM packaging.
Works well, printing in black and white only requires extra steps
Scott Lopez, Amazon
17 May 2012
Summary: This printer while it prints kind of slow works well for us. We haven't had any issues with scanning and the print quality is good. Setting it up on the network was easy. It also updates the bios when first installed so that's good.
Summary: I have had The HP Laserjet 400 Pro Color MFP for about two weeks, for a home printer it is big, weighs 70 pounds and is tall when on a standard height desk, but it does look good. Make sure to get a sturdy desk to put this on.
Summary: This printer arrived 3 day ahead of the estimated ship date. The product was, as advertised and I had no issues installing it and setting up the eprint and scan to email functions. The one issue I still have is the scan to folder option.
Summary: Printer does all the 2 pages per sheet, back to back that was required and at a speed oK for the home office. The automatic scanner feed has already failed, which is a shame. It may be just because of a piece of torn paper but theredoes not appear to be an easy way to disassemble and check.