Reviews and Problems with HP LaserJet Pro 400 color M451dw
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I think I need to buy a ring.
5 June 2014
Excerpt: I love this printer. It's full color. It's a laser. It'll print both sides of a page. It's wirelessly connected to all 5 of my computers, with almost no effort at all. The images coming off this printer are fabulous. Now, don't get me wrong. I'm not an expert at analyzing printer images, however, I've owned a number of printers. My last one was a Brother B&W Laser that I picked up for $50 (I was able get discounts that covered $200 of its $250 price - WooHoo!
Excerpt: Prints very well, I have it set up on a wireless network without any problems, crisp copy's. The only problem I see is the costs of the replacement cartridges, which is more then I paid for the printer.
Summary: I love it. Brand name recognition is one of the reasons I turned to this printer having owned an HP Laserjet 4000. I love the quality, and quantity of printed pages versus any of the color inject printers. One other plus is the ability to print wirelessly from your computer or hand held device. Excellent!
Summary: My boss purchased this for me after I did hours and hours of research. I design catalogs and needed a printer that printed on both front and back. This printer does it automatically! The color is SPOT ON! The resolution is AMAZING! It prints really fast, does not get hung up and works wonderfully WIRELESSLY! Yup, that's right, this one actually prints from your iPad or iPhone and prints just as fast as my desktop that is plugged into it.
Summary: Printer is quiet and puts out great looking prints. The only thing disconcerting is the blinking green light when it is in standby/waiting mode (used to this on other printers as being the signal that it is currently receiving data).
Summary: I bought this printer today 4/6/2014. I have not received it yet. I debated between this printer and the Brother HL4570CDW Color Laser Printer. I chose this printer over the Brother because while slower, based on the reviews, I expect the color print quality to be better. If I were more concerned with B&W printing, I'd save the money and go with Brother, but I want to print the highest quality color marketing documents within my budget for my small business.