I dot recommend this printer for professional office use
Greg Whelchel, Amazon
5 May 2014
Summary: not a commercial grade printer by any means, can not handle different paper thicknesses for check printing, etc. Our A/P person is fit to be tied using this printer as it cannot handle simplest of tasks without constant reprogramming & manipulation of settings. Can only process one check at a time, then needs to be reprogrammed again for the next check, for example. A Bust!
Summary: I guess I should have known that this was a cheap product because of its price. Sometimes you just want to spend a little money. Xerox should be ashamed for selling this product. It works, but boy it is crummy. Unless you like your envelope addresses at an angle it cannot print envelope addresses. Last night it ceased printing. Error message read Waste Full Black Cartridge. We did not receive any warning and indeed it only printed half of the print job before quitting.
Summary: Print looks good. Seems to be better than average at cost. BUT: It curls paper like nothing I've seen before. I've used laser printers since 1995, and have used (owned) 5 different color lasers, two others being xerox phasers that handled paper very well. All paper weights come out curled... but 20lb & 24lb can be flattened fairly easily. But just ran 40 copies of cardstock. Feeds through quite nicely, no hang ups.
Excerpt: The printer prints fine. Easy wireless set up through my router. However, the LCD screen has been completely blank since I turned the thing on. No matter what button I push. I didn't even worry about it since I thought it would only need to be visible if any errors were to be read. However, an error needed to be read... and still just a blank green screen. I'm not out of the 30 day return period so I guess I'm just stuck with a mute machine. Really annoying.
Excerpt: Not very pleased with the quality of this machine. I am probably going to have to have maintenance on it already since the magenta is off alignment and this is a brand new printer. I was replacing an HP and am sorry I didn't stick with the HP. I guess you get what you pay for.