Replacements for existing printers that are tied to custom software.
Rand Rueter, Amazon
3 weeks ago
Summary: I bought two so that I can continue to use my stock of cartridges and so that I don't have to worry about compatible drivers for our legacy custom software. At this price point, it was cheaper than modifying the software.
Summary: This printer comes with a starter toner cartridge that contains very little toner. I would not have purchased a printer that does not come with a full toner cartridge if I have known in advance.
Summary: For some strange reason, the makers numbered the manual feed tray that you have to feed by hand as tray 1, and the automatic feed tray you can just put a stack of paper in as tray 2. Normally that's not a problem but for software that automatically selects tray 1 to try to print, it will tell you you are out of paper and you have to get up and go press the feed button on the printer to make it print.
Summary: When my HP Laser Jet 5 died (the best workhourse in my office) after 14 years of loyal service, I ordered the HP Laser Jet P2035, at a very reasonable price, but not knowing what to expect. Other than the fact that it is noisier than my previous printer, it is quick, sharp, and sassy. Now we'll see if it can beat the 14 year work record.
Summary: The HP LJ P2035 is a very reliable product. Other users have commented on the noise factor, but they must be very sensitive to noise. I find the noise factor very reasonable. Print quality is consistent and very good. First copy speed is excellent.
Summary: I actually received the printer 3 days before the seller's date of arrival. This printer looks brand new and worked perfectly. I had previously bought a lower model for a lot more but had to return to another seller. Luckily I found this one and I'm excited it was a third of a new one. It even has a 90 day guarantee. I'm one happy customer!!!!!
Summary: We bought 3 of these printers for the office so people could have a printer at their desk and not have to walk 8ft. to get to the main printer. You can pick up decent generic toner cartridges for less than $40 with about a 2,500 sheet yield. I think we save an extra 2-6 seconds everytime someone prints something. So the avg of 4 seconds saved per print times 3 people, is like...7-8 minutes saved every day if they all print 50 things!