HP Laserjet 4000n Reviews
Product Type: Hewlett-Packard printers
Description:Model ID C4120A / HP LaserJet 4000n - Printer - B/W - laser - Legal, A4 - 1200 dpi x 1200 dpi - up to 17 ppm - capacity: 600 sheets - parallel, serial, Ethernet / Hewlett-Packard's LaserJet 4000N monochrome LaserJet printer is a tireless performer for the office. This powerful ... more
HP Laserjet 4000n ... printer prints out sharp, black text at a crisp resolution and a high speed. HP has also developed their own Postscript Level 2 emulation feature that recognizes the Postscript language.
Another tremendous feature of the LaserJet 4000N is that it comes with both a parallel and serial interface port. This PC compatible printer stores 500 sheets of paper and has an optional 500-sheet feeder, a 75-sheet envelope feeder and an optional duplex unit for two-sided printing. The LaserJet 4000N paper tray even has a gauge outside the tray to tell you when paper is out before the computer does. The LaserJet 4000N is also Macintosh compatible with the optional LocalTalk interface card and it comes standard with a HP JetDirect 600N print server for a fast and easy way to connect to an Ethernet network. This simple-to-install office partner is excellent for any business. With a duty cycle of up to 65, 000 pages per month, the LaserJet 4000N should have no trouble supporting any type of report or presentation you can throw at it. The 4000N works terrific with different types of media. Not only does it handle labels, envelopes and 8.5x14-inch paper with ease, the LaserJet 4000N also prints overhead transparencies without a hitch. HP also built the LaserJet 4000N with a straight-through paper path to ensure paper jams are kept at a minimum.
Newest Review: ... slide out tray is capable of holding 500 pages an there is also a n auto feeding tray which is very useful for envelopes, ... more
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Customer HP Laserjet 4000n Reviews (1)
by - written on 14/07/10 (Very useful, 45 readings)
The HP LaserJet 4000N is a workhorse of a printer. I've now owned this version for over 10 years and it is still churning out pages as well as it did on its first day of operation. This printer was heavily used at my place of work, as due to its reliability was the overriding factor for deciding to purchase one myself. The standard model comes with serial and parallel ports, which could cause some problems for certain modern computers which tend to only come with USB. The 'N' model however comes with Ethernet network capabilities, so if you've got an Ethernet network (or router) set up at home (or office) then its pretty simple to set ... Read the complete review