Reviews and Problems with HP Color LaserJet CP3525
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30 April 2013
Summary: My only complaint would be that the replacement toner is so expensive. I use the B/W option to save on toner when I don't need color prints. The cartridges do last a long time, however. I bought this machine in Jan of 2009, and have had zero problems. I don't think it is very loud. I guess in a quiet office environment it may be, but it would not be a reason not to buy this machine. I am surprised by how much the price went up! I got mine for $700.
Summary: My client asked for a low cost color printer to make menus for her restaurant and meal prep business. It needed to be compatible with her Mac, capable of double sided printing, and make great looking prints. This printer met all her requirements. She was very pleased with it. And with her Mac, there was no setup or configuration required. We simply connected the USB cable and shazaam! it started working. This particular unit was refurbished, so we saved some $$$.
Summary: We use this printer for our small office. We do not do large volume printing so this model works great for the price. Paper capacity is adequate and the quality is more than we need regularly.
HP CP3525DN A Solution to Small Business Color Printing Needs
3 October 2011
Summary: After researching color laser printers (and buying and returning a few in the process) I purchased the HP CP3525DN. I actually decided to purchase this printer because a friend of mine who owns this exact printer and several others showed me print samples from his two best printers. This printer is the one that caught my eye with its great print quality with is almost comparable to something you would expect from a print shop.
Summary: We ordered this printer to compliment it's slightly larger, slightly advanced counter-part in the office, the HP CP4525dn. Here's how the process broke down for us: Pros: - Fast printing speed. - Very good quality images. - Easy to setup for network printing. Cons: - Heavy - Fairly noisy, though it is not worse than you'd expect from a large printer. - Expensive toner. We are a business with anywhere from 1-8 people in the office on a given day.
Summary: For the money, I am very happy thus far. Was trying to save more and buy a $300 one, but everyone I saw or tested seemed cheaply made. This one has some metal in it and is very solid. Doors open and shut without feeling like it was going to fall apart. Very small graphics do not print great and pictures seem to be darker. Maybe a setting I can change but did not see where.
Summary: The 3525dn is a great printer with excellent image quality and speed. The only drawback so far is the cost of toner. To replace all of the toner cartridges you are looking at $800 to $900 and for the color toner they only sell the "A" or low yield cartridges. Hopefully someone will come out with some aftermarket cartridges or at least HP will produce the more economical "X" cartridges.
Summary: I've had the 3525 for over a month, an so far it's been rock solid. I print lots of color presentations for customers, and it prints color faster than any printer I've purchased in the past. I've switched from a Lexmark, it was a very good printer, it just went through supplies (toner especially) too quickly. So far, this printer appears to be easier on supplies, and prints quality presentations.
Summary: Ich glaube, das sehr negative *-Bild meiner Vorredner etwas korrigieren zu müssen: Sollte vorwegschicken, dass ich den CP3525 nur beruflich nutze, dort aber die verschiedensten Druckertypen zu betreuen habe. Habe also sowohl den Vergleich zu vielen anderen HP-Baureihen und anderen Druckertypen und Herstellern als auch hohe Erfahrungswerte mit dem 3525, der an meinem Arbeitsplatz schon weit über 70.000 Seiten (!!!) problemlos gedruckt hat.
Summary: Der Drucker ist ausgezeichnet, in jeder Hinsicht, und meine Erfahrungen sind im Einklang mit den positiven Rezensionen. Trotzdem gebe ich 2 Hinweise: 1. Ich hatte irgendwie den Eindruck gewonnen, dass der Drucker ueber WLAN verfuegt. Obwohl das so nirgends steht. Aber LAN steht auch nirgends (?), sondern: netzwerkfaehig. Also war ich sehr enttaeuscht, als ich mit dem LAN konfrontiert war. 2.