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HP LaserJet M1319f Review
When HP introduced the LaserJet M1319f, they added just about everything any small business will ever need in a 4-in-1. A combination monochrome laser printer, scanner, copier, and fax machine, the USB multi-function prints at 1200 x 1200 dpi, at 18 pages per minute. 32MB of memory make this multi-function machine ready for long-term use.
The lightweight, 12-pound M1319f has a footprint of 14” x 10½”. The automatic top-loading document feeder allows for 30 single-sided originals up to Legal size to be scanned or copied.
Although a USB connection is required to run the printer, the control panel allows for the LaserJet M1319f to also function as a walk-up standalone machine for the other features. Scanning, copying, faxing controls to be performed without the need for a computer interface.
The LaserJet M1319f can hold up to 250 sheets of letter-sized or legal-size paper up to 20 pounds paper weight. Above the 250-sheet paper tray is what HP calls a 10-sheet “priority input slot” for envelopes and transparencies up to 80 pound paper weight. It called “priority” because any media placed in the slot will immediately be used for the next print job, eliminating the “manual start print” normally required when using multipurpose trays.
As a printer, the M1319f connects directly to your Mac or PC through a USB 2.0 interface. Using HP’s instant-on fuser technology, printing can start as fast as 8½ seconds. Having a maximum resolution of 1200 dpi, the LaserJet prints excellent high-resolution monochrome text and graphics at speeds up to 18 pages per minute.
While prints and copies are in B & W, the M1319f can scan in straight black-and-white, 256 grayscale or in 24-bit color. The optical resolution is 600 dpi, and the included software can enhance it to a much higher resolutions. The scanning feature has software support for TWAIN, STI, and Microsoft’s WIA protocols.
The top-loading Automatic Document Feeder (ADF) allows for 30 single-sided originals up to 8 ½” x 15”. A switch on the ADF allows for jamless single-page feeds. The LaserJet M1319f can make up to 99 copies at the rate of 18 monochrome pages per minute. Copy magnification ranges from 25% to 400%. Copy exposures can be set either manually, automatic adjustment of contrast, text or photo modes.
HP equipped the M1319f with a surprising 32MB of memory. There is no expansion for additional memory but 32MB can handle just about any single print job. Practically silent in Standby, the LaserJet produces 50dB during power, wakeup, and printing.
The “f” in M1319f is for “fax machine”. The 33.6 modem transmits at 3 seconds per page (20 ppm). Resolutions are from 203 x 98 dpi “Standard”, 203 x 196 dpi “Fine”, to 300 x 300 dpi “Superfine”. Up to 500 transmissions can be stored in memory, saving paper. An actual phone receiver on the fax allows you to talk to someone before sending out or receiving a fax.
HP Director, the main software for Hewlett-Packard’s all-in-one and scanner models is available for both Mac and Windows platforms. In addition to having the required printing software, HP Director allows print, copy, and scanning functions to be performed via computer.
HP does not offer PCL or PostScript print emulation with this model. Instead, the M1319f relies on emulation from the host computer itself. For most printing, users won’t notice any difference in performance and considering the low resolutions of this all-in-one it’s unlikely any high-end Adobe graphics will be sent to this multi-function anyway.
One of the drawbacks of the compact design of the M1319f is it doesn’t allow for direct scanning on the glass platen. Unlike it’s cousin, the LaserJet 3052, to copy or scan a book or magazine with the M1319f requires actually removing the pages (not a popular choice).
The only two items that would have made this the perfect 4-in-1 would have been 2-sided scanning and printing.
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