Reviews and Problems with HP LaserJet Pro 400 Color MFP M475dn
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printer tray compatibility cm2320 to m475dn
24 June 2014
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. When we got the new m475dn we tested out the printer with the old paper tray and it WORKS! The base is pretty much the same shape and all the pins on the unit looked exactly the same as the the pins on the newer tray (CF106A).
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. I'm on a domain and for some reason I cannot get the printer to see any of the shared drives, so I am not able to make that feature work correctly.
Excerpt: I was looking for an upgrade for my HP CM2320 MFP and this was my choice. It actually prints faster and physically has a smaller footprint. I use it on the network at my home-office, and print from 2 computers, 1 tablet, 1 laptop, and 2 cellphones. I had some problems installing the software (only on my Windows 7 64 bit Ultimate machine), but contacted HP and they helped me quickly and efficiently by remote connection to my computer.
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. I purchased this unit because I wanted duplex scanning direct to a file share, duplex color laser printing and occasional fax support.
Excerpt: First Staples service. I saw the printer was on sale until 2/2/13 with free shipping. I placed the order on Monday afternoon. The printer showed up at my office 22 hours later. Now that's service! The box was ruffed up a bit in shipping. One of the handle cutouts in the cardboard was torn out. The bottom of the box has a punched in place that looks like a fork lift tong end (I didn't see this till after I started unpacking the printer).
Works well, printing in black and white only requires extra steps
Scott Lopez, Amazon
25 November 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. My reason for not giving it five starts is that the product requires multiple steps to print in black and white.