Summary: This printer is great for the home. I found it to be far better than using your typical inkjet printer. Instead of replacing an inkjet printer cartridge for 50+ dollars. Mind you that ink jets produce about 200-250 pages. You can get a toner cartridge for as little as 30 dollars refurbished and you get 3000-6000 pages.
Summary: I love this printer so much at work, I purchased one just like it for my home. It is a fast and dependable printer. Wish I would have purchased it two years ago instead of the Kodak I wasted $100.00 on.
Summary: When my previous HP printer gave up the ghost, I knew I would replace it with another Laser printer from HP. The Laserjet 2300 was lighter than my other printer - great because I have to lift it up into a tight space, and with an added feature of front control buttons instead of on top. There is a menu window in the front that I haven't made use of. The biggest difference is that this printer is much louder.
Summary: I have been in several office environments with HP 2300 printers and those printers have always been very reliable. After a lot of years and an incredible number of pages printed, we finally had paper feed problems (things do wear out at some point). We ordered a refurbished HP2300 and it works good as new for a very low price.
Summary: The HP 2300n is a discontinued, yet widely used "office" printer. The "n" is for network. I wired it to my wireless router and am now able to print from just about anywhere in the house. I'm still learning to set it up. The original printing was a bit light, yet from some programs, the print is clear and bold. Probably the font or driver. I just have some playing to do to get working right. The printing speed is way cool 3-4 seconds a page.