HP LaserJet P1566 Review
The HP LaserJet Pro P1566 is the first of its kind to be suitable for business document printing. The printer focuses more on the needs of a small business than an enterprise-sized business. The printer offers exceptional black-and-white documents at 23 pages-per-minute with cost-savings technology to ensure your bottom-line's protected. The printer is ideal for a desktop and is proficient in a typical office environment.
After reviewing the HP LaserJet Pro P1566 specifications, it informs the client of print speeds being a variable according to the document complexity, driver, software application, and system configuration. The 22 pages-per-minute is acceptable with outstanding quality while utilizing HP FastRes. The duty cycle of 8,000 is a little short but does the job. The print resolution of 600 x 600 dots per inch is decent but unexciting. If you use the max 1200 dots per inch, quality is imminent.
The HP LaserJet Pro is compatible with modern operating systems such as Linux (www.hplip.net), Macintosh, Server 2003, Server 2008, Windows XP, Windows Vista, and Windows 7. The minimum system requirements do not impose stipulation on computer terminals small demand of a USB port, CD-ROM, 350 Mega Bytes of hard-disk space.
HP LaserJet Pro P1566 promises a smooth and easy installation. All you have to do is plug-and-play with a power cord and a USB line from the printer to the computer. The printer installs itself with auto-run stored in the printer. For people who already have enough trouble, they can run-through the installation process without any hassles of lost discs or driver packages. The warranty is appealing; the HP LaserJet Pro P1566 can be returned to the HP dealer for a refurbished unit exchange for up to one year.
If you use the HP LaserJet Pro P1566 printer sparingly, at 100 pages per month, total cost would add up to roughly 80 dollars annually. The main-input tray holds up to 250 sheets of paper, 10 envelopes, or 125 transparencies. Priority input slot holds up to 10 sheets of paper or up to one millimeter of stack-height transparencies. The output bin holds up to 125 sheets of paper or up to 75 transparencies. HP LaserJet printer pickup roller and separation pad assembly for main-input tray is available as accessories.
The HP LaserJet Pro P1566 created to lack flexibility and expandability, and meant to stay that way. The best you can do to sustain the printer performance is buy the accessories which is quite limited. You will have to obtain your own cable for the USB port connection. The printer's promise of optimal performance based on HP's recommendation of page volume being between 250-2000 pages. If the page volume exceeds the recommended, there is no guarantee of durability. The HP LaserJet Pro P1566 is not full-bodied enough to meet enterprise business demands, and the printer is a power-hog at 420 watts for medial print jobs. Also, there is no two-sided duplexer. One has to print manually for duplexing features. The printer cost in the region of from 100-150 dollars, which is too much for limited print functions.
The dimension of the HP LaserJet P1566 is similar in size to the largest page it prints. The paper sticks out of the front after printing, by a third of its length. You will need a paper tray, and it is made available by the fold-down cover of the printer. The design is not elegant, and the USB port is the only connection. Getting a network would require one to take on the prices of using HP's printer server, which cost twice as much as the printer and is hardly sensible.
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