Summary: I purchased the hp 3505 dn primarily for its color duplex capabilities and it does a superb job. The printer arrived with all toner cartridges installed and all I had to do was remove the packing materials, load rhe software, connect it to my network and print.
If you want quality output, don't buy this printer.
Crafty Chris, Amazon
23 May 2009
Summary: 1 out of 5 Don't buy this printer if you want quality output! Tuesday, June 17, 2008 A Customer from West Lafayette, IN This printer is NOT user friendly. If it's hooked to a network, only the network administrator can create custom paper sizes.
Summary: We replaced another HP printer with this one. Very fast output, great color, and the automatic two sided printing is a terrific feature. There was virtually no new learning curve, and we are able to get operational in minutes rather than in hours. Thanks, HP.
Summary: It is great having a color LaserJet printer. I am using it on my Mac. The only thing I wish this printer had was a built in wireless capability. I have it plugged into my Time Capsule and not into my computer but it would be better if it were wireless like my Photosmart printers by HP.
Summary: I have had HP color laser printers in the past and if you're looking for a printer for work or mostly text this is absolutely amazing. While no laser printer can give you the photo quality of an inkjet, this printer (1) has a short warm up time, (2) prints great color if you use charts or legal work...
Summary: I got this printer a few months ago for my office and so far I really like it. The duplex option is terrific. Double-sided printing not only is greener, it helps to keep the files from getting too fat.
Summary: Toner life is probably better if you aren't doing a lot of full-page art; we print comics that have whole chunks of the page in black. That means that our page cost for black toner is coming out at an average of about five cents a page, up from the one to two that they advertise for standard...
Pros: I picked this printer for the duplexer and network features, and the built-in PostScript. Print speed is decent. Image quality is pretty good; not as good as the best inkjets, but they don't print 20ppm and render PostScript natively. The network interface is quite good; I'm upgrading from an old...
Cons: Default memory isn't enough to print high-resolution pictures. I had a spare DIMM sitting around which worked in it, but if you put in a 1GB DIMM, you don't get the 256MB onboard memory. If you need more than 1GB of memory, get a different model. With 1GB, I can print decent-resolution (400dpi or...
Summary: I've always found with printers you get what you pay for, I intend to use this machine for the next 5+ years.
Pros: Great quality for printing documents and presentations. Very fast and easy to setup on my network. The higher resolution and faster response time over the lower end models is well worth it. Duplexing is nice as well.
Summary: Comments about HP CP3505dn: For the price this is a very good printer and I just bought two of them a month ago. We were in need of two printers that would work simultaneously for us through out our daily functions in the office.
Summary: Comments about HP CP3505dn: we just got this for our office. It is a bit noisier than we like, but other than that it is really working well for us. No jams, easy to use, fast and efficient. We are very happy with it.
Pros: Accurate Colors, Efficient, Fast, Sharp Detail