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HP Color LaserJet CM2320fxi Review
Upon looking at the pricing-range for the HP Color LaserJet CM2320fxi; the MFP device is ideal for medium-enterprise corporations. The HP Color LaserJet CM2320fxi can be installed in a home office; depending business requirements and budget. It appears HP created the HP Color LaserJet CM2320fxi to appeal to the marketing crowd. One thing is certain; the printer can be customized to suit the needs of an organization while dishing out physical/digital mediums. The MFP can scan, print, fax, and copy efficiently in color/black. There are three types of printers in the series of HP Color LaserJet 2320; all of which have different specs and dimensions. This one is 19.6 inches wide, 19.4 inches deep, 25.6 inches tall, and weighs approximately 76.9 pounds. The printer can fit on more sturdy, strong desktops/tabletops; not the ones that may wobble or lack sturdiness.
The fact that HP Color LaserJet CM2320fxi can print, scan, copy, fax, and scan-to email make the printer a genuine add-on to any organization. It prints Black & White and Color documents at approximate speeds of 21 pages per minute with a resolution of 600 x 600 dots per inch. Automatic duplex printing is available for organizations involved with 2-sided prints. There is no information regarding the speeds of duplex printing. One can assume it prints 2-sided documents at 21 pages per minute. The CM2320fxi utilizes HP Image REt 3600 as its printing technology.
In lieu of its Image REt 3600 technology, the printer operates with a memory-base of 160 Mega Bytes and a 450 MHz processor. The flatbed, automatic document feeder can dish out Black scans at 15 pages per minute or Color scans at 11.7 pages per minute with a scanner bit depth of 42-bits. The maximum-size media the scanner can incorporate for the Automatic Document Feeder is 8.5 x 14 inches. The Flatbed incorporates a maximum document-size of 8.5 x 11.7 inches.
Users can fax at three seconds per page with a basic resolution of 203 x 196 dots per inch. The maximum speed-dials the fax can incorporate is 120 numbers with an incoming fax memory of 250 pages. The copier can dish-out 20 duplicates per minute with continuous copy of a maximum 99 pages. Copy scaling allows end-users to zoom in/zoom out from 25%-400%.
HP gave the printer the capabilities to print up to 40,000 pages per month, but they recommend an average of 1,000-25000 pages per month. Supported medias for the printer are 8.5 x 13 inches, Legal, and Letter for the Duplexer. The Tray can utilize Envelopes, Executive, Legal, and Letter. Paper handling is quite generous with its 50-sheet Automatic Document Feeder, two 250-sheet trays for input, and a 50-sheet multipurpose tray.
The networking interface is made up of a Hi-Speed USB, Fax, and built-in Standard Ethernet. Creative networking with the printer is made possible with the Ethernet port. Wi-Fi capable servers can connect to most Ethernet ports. That shows flexibility in networking. The printer utilizes print languages PCL5c emulation, PostScript 3 emulation, and PCL 6. Common Windows operating systems and Mac are consistent with using the printer. The fact that HP made the printer compatible with other systems like Citrix MetaFrame, Linux, Terminal Services, Solaris, AIX, SuSe Linux, Red Hat Linux and Novell Netware targets a wide range of consumers and businesses. Its wide-range of compatibility with operating systems emit an air of universality.
There are not very many cons to using the printer. Any issues customers have reported with the printer is pure dysphemism. The printer would be better off with faster print speeds and scanning. HP could have increased the resolution, which would give off better clarity and quality in prints, but they did not. There many users who express their dissatisfaction in aspects that have nothing to do with the printer's performance and veracity. While user reviews are respected, a condensing of their negative reports seem to take on the form of nitpicking. Wherever there may be some minor issues, the quality of the prints should make up for it.
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