Summary: Although, this printer works just fine and is a "refurbished" printer, the informatio on it gave you the impression that it lookd better than it really does. Some parts were replaced and were defintely a different color than the original piece of equipment. It was represented as being "like new" even thoug it was a floor model. We're happy with being able to find his piece of equipment, but it definitely looks "used".
Summary: OK so with HP you generally know you're going to get reliable. This is no exception. Great printer with perhaps just one drawback - the noise. It's reliability is great, it's price is OK, speed is good too but it is definitely louder than other brands that I have used that are in the same category. I'd certainly recommend it.
Summary: I love this little printer. It is fast and has good print quality. I tinkered with three settings for "everyday use." I tried lowering the print density from 5 to 3 to save toner and the quality was still excellent. Then, I lowered the DPI from 1200 to 600. The annoyance was the loud sound when printing. My husband was napping and it startled him from 40 feet away. Fortunately, there is a "quiet mode" and it makes things much better. The sound is not annoying at all now.
Summary: I bought this printer to replace a Canon multi-function laser, mostly for my wife. So far, it has proven to be a reliable workhorse. While the Canon would require a reset (power cycle) on every 3rd or 4th print job, this HP has never yet needed a reset. The same types of print jobs were being handled by each printer - MS Office docs, PDF files, and Web pages, for the most part, along with occasional check from QuickBooks.
Summary: This is a nice printer for a small office that does not require a lot of bells and whistles. HP has made the setup pretty painless. Strongly recommend setting quiet mode unless the printer is in its own room. In normal mode the printer is very fast but sounds like a jet while it is printing. In quiet mode it is plenty fast and much quieter. More like your typical ink jet printer.
Summary: I bought this printer to replace the only printer I've ever owned - my HP Laserjet 4L, which I bought 15 years ago next month. I am still in deep mourning, and I would not have replaced it even now except that I was getting tired of not being able to print legible Mapquest and Google maps. So of course I stuck with HP. Major product loyalty here. Every office I've ever worked in has primarily used HPs because we regretted it if we strayed too far from the mother ship.
P2035N LASER 30PPM 1200DPI LGL USB ENET 16MB PCL5E
23 February 2009
Summary: There is no Jet Direct on this printer so if the network card dies, you''ll be exchanging the entire printer NBD. Overall this printer for us replaces an HP Laserjet 4 Plus (now older than some of our employees) doing invoice printing duties daily.
Pros: It''s fast it prints first s quickly it sets up in only 5 minutes. NDB exchange only costs $59 + tax, which is much cheaper than retaining a repair contract.
Cons: It''s loud when printing, we can hear it over the humming of the server room & A/C vent. Make sure you get the 3 yr NBD exchange when you buy it though. There is no repairing this thing. NBD exchange is only available through HP.
Summary: HP LaserJet P2035n Printer (CE462A) printer is good quality printer, it's have WiFi so we connect with pc and other WiFi system. 266 MHz processor, and 16 MB memory 30 ppm, 25000 pages per month.