Reviews and Problems with HP Color LaserJet CP2025dn
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Darryl Pendergrass, Amazon
15 August 2013
Summary: I have owned this color laser printer for a couple of years. I found the price competitive and cost-effective to operate. I have not had a single issue with the device. I highly recommend the printer to others needing a color laser printer for a home or small office.
The case was faded and it had a strong machine oil it smell but it seems to work as advertised.
David L Casaletto, Amazon
9 February 2013
Summary: I am happy with the printer. The machine oil smell and the faded case worried me at first but it seems to work OK. There was no software or instructions but luckily I friend had an identical machine and I borrowed their disc. I would say the machine was as advertised.
Summary: I've had experience with this printer as a student at a university, as an employee at a small business, and at home as a small business owner. In all three settings this printer has fulfilled its job: consistently producing small batch prints. My use of this printer has generally been for small batches of 1-20 page prints, the occasional .pdf manual or thesis has happened as well and I've never seen or had a problem with this.
Summary: This is the small workgroup printer my employer's IT department uses. I bought it for my home office. I plugged it into my time capsule selected it from my iMac and printed it works perfectly looking forward to low costs per page. I'm about 1000 pages into it so far and I still have toner left in the introductory toner cartridges.
Summary: We've had this printer for the past 2-3 years, and it's been working really well for our design studio populated with macs (mostly duplex printing). The printer is used by 2-3 people, and the output is more than adequate for proof purposes, and great for regular business documents. It's fairly fast as well (adding 128MB was pretty important for documents with more than 30 pages though).
Jan.21-2012 It is not really a bad printer 4 the price. It does wha
21 January 2012
Summary: OK, I have read a lot of reviews on this printer before purchasing it and the reviews were so mixed and over a period of about two years that I was not sure what to believe. *** I did notice that the older reviews were critical while the latest reviews were more favorable to the printer. With that knowledge, I decided to go ahead and purchase the printer. *** It had pretty much everything I wanted for the price.
Summary: We brought the 2025dn as a replacement for the 3600dn we had. The 2025dn did what it was brought for. The only problem we had was to set-up with win7. Kept getting error message, that the set-up was not complete. Followed the instruction, that came with the unit, did not help. Had to have a tech. install it. We did buy another one, hopefully it will set-up easier. The size or foot print is a lot smaller than the 3600dn and that was a plus.
UPDATE: 3-1/2 Years of Reliable Service (as of Jul '13)
Robert W. Hermanson "Tonstant Weader", Amazon
28 November 2011
Summary: I've had my CP2025dn on my home network for three-and-a-half years and am entirely satisfied with almost all aspects of its service. Print quality and speed is excellent, toner use is acceptable (Wow are toner cartridges expensive!), it wasn't hard to install and set up, and I've had no serious mechanical or software operating issues.
Summary: My company has 6 of these printers in service, used by a total of 350 people. They are excellent printers. My biggest complaint, and the reason I gave 4 instead of 5 overall stars, is that HP has major supply issues with the entire line of this printer. I just now spoke to HP and there is a minimum 2 month backorder from HP itself. Often other vendors will sell you the printer, but then it ends up on backorder because they can't get the item from HP to ship to you.
Summary: Several months later and after quite a bit more time with HP Tech Support, the printer now works very well, including under Windows 8. Changed stars from 1 to 4. Nothing's perfect. :o) I have never had so much trouble with a printer in my life. I'm a techie (I am editorial director for Bestofmedia USA, publisher of Tom's Hardware and Tom's IT Pro among other sites) and am easily able to evaluate and troubleshoot computing products. This printer is a nightmare.