Reviews and Problems with Konica Minolta pagepro 4650EN
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10 March 2014
Summary: Haven't used it a lot yet and probably never will use it to its capability. It works real easy on either the eithernet cable or the USB cable and the prints are clear and crisp. Just what I wanted.
Summary: As our aging HP printers die I am replacing them with these Konica Minoltas. So far I have six that are working perfectly for varying ages under nine months now. Two we use specifically for thick vinyl labels and never had a jam. Two have the additional drawer and I am able to configure each drawer as a completely separate printer to avoid confusion when a specific label is needed. My only complaint is that there is not a bypass try.
Summary: Needed to replace an aging network printer. Shopped Amazon and found this item. Seemed too good to be true for the price. Had some initial issues getting it working on the network. The Konica Minolta support person worked with us to get it going. It's in use and working well.
Summary: I love this laser printer. I replaced a cheaper Brother HL 2270DW printer with this one, as the Brother printer always had paper jams (like every 10th page). This printer is faster, prints better quality and, even more important, has no more paper jams. And Konica Minolta shows Brother how to build an easy wifi solution for printers. It took me less than a minute to set up wifi for all my computers with this printer.
Large and heavy, good tech help from Konica Minolta
10 November 2012
Summary: I bought this because it had a decent sized 2nd tray included in the basic model, with main tray holding a full ream of paper. I print large volume documents in both legal and letter size. I didn't buy any extra features, I just wanted a heavy duty printer for 1 sided b/w printing. It's more massive than expected. Needs 2 people to move it any distance. At least I know it won't be easy to rip off from my work office.
Amazon Customer Jack in Tucson "azjack520", Amazon
20 October 2012
Summary: The 4650 Pagepro by Konica Minolta is a very capable printer which has a great combination of high printing speed and low cost per page. However, it comes from the factory with only 128 MB of memory. That causes a problem for large printing jobs, because the memory fills up with the printer instructions and the first 20 or so pages of whatever you're printing. The solution is to add another 256 megs of RAM, which the manufacturer sells for about 250 dollars.
Summary: I have many printers none as fast as this one. This printer is really great as it has its own memory it saves everything you print. But what I really like about this printer is you can use almost any type of paper. I actually used thick paper to print invitations they came out better than a professional who would have charged a fortune.
Summary: Love the printer it works well would buy again. I did run into an issue printing large page count PDF files with the PCL driver. It would tell me I was out of memory. After researching RAM upgrades for this unit I found that Konica really believes in the RAM chip they sell at about $275 for 256 MB. Just so you know I stuck a 512 MB random notebook RAM module I had laying around and it works.
Summary: I HAVE TWO OF THESE IN MY OFFICE I HAVE THEM FOR ABOUT EIGHT MONTHS AND I'M EXTREMELY SATISFIED THEY PRINT VERY FAST AND THE TONERS LAST FOREVER I ALSO HAVE AN HP 2055DN WHICH HAS THE SAME SPECIFICATION AS THIS ONE AND I'M HAPPY WITH THAT AS WELL BUT THIS ONE COSTS MUCH LESS AND TONER IS CHEAPER AND LAST LONGER BOTTOM LINE I WOULD RECOMMEND IT FOR ANY OFFICE FOR DAILY BLACK&WHITE PRINTING