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Item: 448573 Model: CF083A
Professional color, intuitive manageability, and world-class extensibility—all for an outstanding value. Help your business prints make moreof an impact—produce high-quality color marketing materials and more. Count on HP for energy-saving features.
This printer is an ideal choice for small-to-medium offices. It comes equipped with high-speed USB and Ethernet support, allowing for easy integration into your workplace network. To reduce your energy consumption, the printer powers off automatically after a few minutes of inactivity. Designed for dynamic work environments, this printer can be used with a wide range of media, including sheets as large as 8.5" x 14".
|Type of Printer||Single-Function|
|Shop by Use||Large Office (10-15 users)|
|Type of Duplexing (2-sided printing)||Automatic|
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Great printer, awful install software.
Comments about HP� Color LaserJet M551xh Printer:
Received the printer very promptly - it arrived in 2 days, a full week ahead of the projected delivery date. Easy to unpack and to set up, although at nearly 90 pounds, it definitely requires two people. In our application it is a network printer. Our initial printing all looks great, but the installation process was a nightmare. The software assumes that the computer will be connected directly to a single computer via a USB cable, rather than via Ethernet and instructs you to not initially connect the cable. The CD supplied is the latest version of the install software, but is hopeless. We attempted to install on 5 machines: 2 Windows XP, 1 Vista, 1 Windows 7 and 1 Windows 8 machine. The software only successfully ran on the Vista computer. On all the other machines, the software would hang with an unspecified error while 78 to 99% complete in the initialization phase. On the two XP machines, we finally just downloaded the drivers and manually installed them. On the Windows 7 and 8 machines, we opted to use universal drivers. It took over 3 hours to install on the 5 machines.