Excerpt: I have one of these as my printer and work, and have used the same model for many years. The printer does look dated now to be honest, as it is an older design, but it looks functional and has an LCD screen on the top of the printer that shows the menus and error messages.
Excerpt: The HP LaserJet 4000n is the 'networked' version of the HP LaserJet 4000, meaning it has an extra card installed to connect to local area networks. Connecting the printer is relatively easy if you already have a home / business network, you just connect it to an unused hub-port.
Excerpt: First things first: the HP LaserJet 4000 is one of the most reliable laser printers I have ever worked with. It is built solidly with a sizable drawer for paper. The quality of printouts is very good, even on economy paper.
Excerpt: Having written about one of the printers I own (Brother HL-1230), I felt that I should give my review on my workhorse printer. It is an Hewlett Packard HP 4000TN! Whereas, the Brother is for small office and home use, this beast is definitely designed for medium to large office use.
Excerpt: I'm constantly using the printer at work as I am an administrator for a small team of ten people. We have a Epson colour printer for when we need to produce some leaflets etc, but this one is for all our letters and anything that we need to print a large quantity of.