Summary: Pros: NETWORKABLE!! Full unit functionality over the wired network environment; fast color printing; separate color cartridges. Cons: Loud! Bottom-Line: The "HP 3600dn" should be given serious consideration.
Summary: This HP is networked and has duplex (double sided printing), both were absolutely necessary to us. It has the usual downfalls of HP software, when set up to do a custom job it won't accommodate it as stated. This has been a problem with other HPs we have had.
Summary: This a a really great printer for our office. It is a little load when it is printing but the quality over shadows the noise. Wireless connection to the printer wa pretty easy. We have 4 offices that print to it with out any problem.
Summary: After searching a number of reviews from users, magazines, and other sources I finally decided to replace my 12 year old LaserJet 5, and two color inkjet printers with the HP 3600dn. I actually ordered a refurbished one. The hardest part about setting up this printer was lifting it out of the box.
Beware if you're not running Windows or Mac OSX 10.1+
Bob Beilstein, Amazon
2 November 2005
Summary: Amazon's not-so-complete product description fails to mention that this printer does NOT support PCL6, PCL5e or PostScript (all public-domain printer languages for which drivers are commonly available for almost any Operating System -- including Linux), but rather HP's new (and proprietary) "HP...