Excerpt: HP has brought a couple of new printers to its existing LaserJet lineup and this new portfolio aims at providing customers with features that have been lacking in the previous models. There are three variants in their monochrome laser category and they include the M401d (duplex), the M401n (network) and the M401dn (duplex and network). We’ve got the M401dn in the labs and this variant is intended for SMBs and enterprise solutions. Let’s have a look what it’s all about.
Conclusion: All in all, the M401dn Printer is perfect for the business that relies heavily on the concept of the paper office, yet still demands high quality and speed. The sleek interface is easy to understand and navigate! Ushered by this, it can be concluded that its swift, fuss-free and simple to use printing device!
Cons: Although, HP`s printer M401dn is available with many enchanting features, it lacks in few points. Yes, the device lacks on Wi-Fi connectivity. Accompanied by this, the cartridges for this printer are quite expensive (pricier than average toner).
Conclusion: The trio of HP, Canon, and OKI Data printers offers a variety of choices. If you need a basic workhorse printer for lots of printing, and running costs are a key concern, the OKI B431dn is probably your best bet from this bunch. If you care more about top speed, the Canon LBP6670dn may be more attractive. (And note that speed may be more of an issue if you plan to print in duplex most of the time, since duplexing takes longer).
Pros: High quality text, Graphics output is pretty impressive, Built-in duplexer and 300-sheet capacity, Neat mobile printing features
Cons: Running costs aren’t the cheapest, Very slow printing speed