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HP LaserJet 4250 Review
The HP LaserJet 4250 is a series of printers that consists of three model variations that each offer superior print speeds and excellent, true print resolution. With speeds of up to 45 pages per minute and a price tag under a thousand dollars, the HP LaserJet 4250 is hand over fist one of the fastest black and white printers one can buy in the price range.
With a maximum print speed of up to 45 pages per minute, the HP LaserJet 4250 outperforms virtually all other desktop laser printers. With print speeds that are hard to match, the unit is capable of producing massive amounts of black and white output with mind blowing speed, keeping user downtime at an absolute minimum. This is made possible with the help of ample internal memory and a 460 MHz built in processor.
The unit’s recommended maximum monthly print volume is 200,000 pages, which means that documents can be printed not only quickly, but in huge quantities as well. Paper outages will also be few and far between thanks to a large 1,100 sheet standard input capacity that consists of two 500 sheet standard paper trays and a 100 sheet multipurpose tray that is compatible with special media types such as transparencies and card stock. For even more paper storage, additional paper trays and drawers can be incorporated into the unit for a potential paper storage maximum of 3,100 pages.
Output capacity comes to a total of 300 sheets via a 250 sheet face down tray and a 50 sheet face up tray that can be used for straight through paper printing. It is extremely rare to find a desktop printer with expandable output storage capabilities, but the HP LaserJet 4250 delivers with the option to expand up to 800 sheets worth of output storage. This can be useful for businesses that truly require extremely heavy duty, high volume print projects, which the printer was designed to withstand.
While many units rely on resolution enhancement to achieve higher print quality, the HP LaserJet 4250 is capable of true 1200 x 1200 dot per inch printing, meaning text will come out looking clean and crisp, and business graphics and charts will look professional.
The only real downside to an extremely high powered unit such as the HP LaserJet 4250 is its restrictive price tag. Though the unit can be found for less than four figures, it is still much more costly than its 30 page per minute counterparts, meaning that only those who truly require the absolute maximum possible print speed should consider this professional grade device.
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