HP Laserjet 6L Reviews
Product Type: Hewlett-Packard printers
Description:Model ID C3990A#ABD / HP LaserJet 6L - Printer - B/W - laser - Legal, A4 - 600 dpi x 600 dpi - up to 6 ppm - capacity: 100 sheets - parallel / The HP LaserJet 6L printer is ideal for business users in Microsoft Windows, DOS or OS/2 environments who want the convenience and ... more
HP Laserjet 6L ... confidentiality of a desktop laser printer. The HP LaserJet 6L printer offers a fast 6 page-per-minute print speed, superior flexibility, optional network capability, and HP's proven laser technology for reliable performance year after year.
Get your work done faster. The HP LaserJet 6L printer is designed to let you get more done right at your desk, with a compact desktop size and quiet print operation. The speedy 6 ppm engine and 24-MHz processor provide fast printing. Patented instant-on fuser eliminates printer warm-up time. 18-second first-page-out speed cuts the time spent waiting for documents. Fast return to application gets you back to work fast while your document prints. Efficient I/O handling speeds data transfer. The printer meets your needs today and tomorrow. It is compatible with popular operating systems including DOS and Windows 3.1, 3.11, 95, NT3.51, NT 4.0 and OS/2. It supports a variety of PC hardware platforms including 386, 486 and Pentium. Expandable design lets you add memory easily. Give all your documents the professional edge. Print impressive documents with true 600 x 600 dpi laser and HP's Resolution Enhancement technology (REt). Microfine toner guarantees richer blacks and smoother grays, and crisp, clear, permanent HP LaserJet printing doesn't fade or smear. Alternate straight-through paper path provides wrinkle-free envelope printing. Print on letterhead, envelopes, transparencies and card stock.
Newest Review: ... been using my 6L for over 8 years now and wouldn't hesitate to buy another if I had to do it all over again. It occasionally ... more
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Customer HP Laserjet 6L Reviews (9)
by - written on 14/08/04, updated on 14/08/04 (Very useful, 3085 readings)
We bought our HP Laserjet 6l nearly seven years ago, now. At a time when most of our computer-literate friends were buying colour desk-jet printers, we weighed up the kinds of things we wanted to print, and the cost, and decided that a black-only laser printer would actually meet our needs better. We bought it shortly before Christmas, so that we could print our annual family newsletter on it. At that time, photocopying was quite pricey: about 10p per A4 side. This was perhaps reduced a little for double-sided bulk copying, but still it would have cost us over £15 simply to photocopy our newsletter 100 times. Taking ... Read the complete review
by - written on 05/07/00, updated on 05/07/00 (Very useful, 1974 readings)
Over the years i've had many experiances with various brands of printers at home and at work and they come in all shapes and sizes. Out of all them the printers I would recommend are the ones that are simple shapes, such as a square. The reason is simple, you get less jams and less faults. The worst model I have come across is the HP LaserJet 6L. After approximatly 300 printout the sheet feeder takes up to 10 pages in one go and this causes jams. It should take 1 page. Sometimes it doesn't even take the paper and your PC tells you there is a jam. You have to open the printer and then close it again, and then get the paper out and put it ... Read the complete review
by - written on 07/11/00, updated on 07/11/00 (Very useful, 1313 readings)
I purchased an HP 6L printer. At 6 pages per minute it isn't the fastest laser printer out there. But the drivers aren't that great. Need to reinstall them from time to time cause the printer decides it doesn't want to print anymore. It doesn't have an on/off switch, the printer turns on/off by itself, which is pretty cool at first, but then I never understood when it decides to turn off. Sometimes the LED stays on all night. It doesn't make any noise in standby mode which is good. It also has another problem which seems common to all types of HP printers (inkjet or laser), it's not so good with paper feeding. Sometimes several pages go through at Read the complete review
by - written on 10/07/00, updated on 10/07/00 (Very useful, 1592 readings)
My brother bought this piece of equipment about 2 years go. He loves HP and thinks they are the best. But i am going to tell you WHY NOT TO BUY THIS CRAP PRINTER.. Its totaly biased, because i hate it and think HP charge too much for their goods. What i hate about it: 1) Paper loading mech. Its so bad, it sometime takes two paper in a row, or none at all. You see when like me you print a 130 page thesis, you don't want to spend ages next to the machine seeing it take each sheet one by one, just incase it misses a page. 2) When it misses a page, it does not carry on from where it left. Instead it starts the print job from the begionning ... Read the complete review
by - written on 07/11/00, updated on 07/11/00 (Very useful, 1684 readings)
Firstly I must note that the HP Laserjet 6L has been discontinued by HP, the current replacement at time of writing is the HP Laserjet 1100. It used to be HP's entry level laser printer. HP said that it could print 6 pages per minute, but in reality it's very slow for a laser printer, although the quality is just as good as more expensive laser printers at 600 DPI. It only comes with 1MB of memory, this means if it won't print complex graphics, however this is expandable to 9MB. WIth it's poor design, paper jams can be difficult to remove as you can't get into some of the inner parts of the printer without stripping it. ... Read the complete review
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