Reviews and Problems with HP Color LaserJet Enterprise CP4525n
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The Printer You Will Want
James R. Mckechnie "jrmckechnie", Amazon
1 week ago
Summary: This printer is my fifth generation printer. While I already have a great color photo printer, now all of my documents can be printed easily with full color. It's fast and provides a great image!
Summary: Really the finest color laser printer we have had. We replaced our HP 4700 and have been without complaint. It is must faster, quieter and the print quality is significantly better. We use this to print pictures from white board presentations and the quality improvement is simply remarkable. Highly recommend.
Summary: Comments about HP LaserJet Enterprise CP4525N Printer: The HP CP4525N Color Laser Printer we recently purchased as reduced our monthly statement printing from a 4-hour job to a 2-hour job, that a 50% reduction in time. We purchased the printer from RUSH.COM because it was the best deal on the internet!!!
Pros: Durable Construction, Easy To Setup, Easy To Use, Fast Print Time, Reliable, Time saver
Summary: Prints very well and excellent centering. Since I print on different media I don't care about the fairly small paper bay tray. I like the on-screen toner supply widget (though some may mind) The only drawbacks I find is that when using the manual paper bay, it prints base first on the reverse side, and that takes getting use to when most other equipment prints top/face side up.
Summary: Like most affordable HP printers, this is kind of cheaply constructed, but in any case is the norm unless you're willing to pay a few thousand more. No major pluses or minuses. Drivers work with Windows 7 x64 and print speed is, as expected, pretty fast. Decent printer.
Summary: I have a 20 year old LJ III, always just worked, File/Print and the pages came. Still works today. Bought an Epson R1800 for color and bought nothing but problems, drinks ink, test pages every few days, 50/50 chance the page would even be useful, then one day the ink stopped flowing mid-print and nothing but white paper since. Cost to fix was hundreds of dollars. Life cycle cost per print probably ended up in the tens of dollars. File/Print and pray, every time. Epson?