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HP Laser Printers
From home offices to large enterprises, every business needs a high-quality printer, and there's an HP LaserJet that fills that need. Laser printers produce a high number of pages per minute, and, because they use toner instead of ink, print crisp, precise text and photographs. Toner cartridges tend to last longer than ink, and they have a higher page capacity and a longer shelf life, as the powder doesn't clog over time.
Consumers should consider the recommended duty cycle, power and capacity, whether they need a monochrome or color printer and their connectivity options. Choose between single-function and multifunction machines and decide which extra features your business would most benefit from to make the right purchasing decision.
Power and Capacity Options to Suit Your Business Needs
Consumers need an HP laser printer that has the power and capacity to meet the demands of their business. Make sure the monthly duty cycle, which is the maximum recommended number of pages you can print each month without risking damage or increased maintenance to the printer, exceeds the estimated number of pages you plan to print every month. Duty cycles vary from 1,000 pages to in excess of 200,000 pages per month, so there's an option to suit every business.
Busy offices with multiple workers attempting to print simultaneously require a printer with a substantial amount of onboard memory. HP offers models with 1.5GB of internal storage that can easily manage large print queues. You can also choose models with less initial storage, but with room for expansion, so you can keep the printer's storage in line with increasing demands.
For businesses that print small volumes of standard-size paper and the occasional envelope, a single tray with a manual feed is a good choice, as it saves space and money. Companies that print in high volumes or regularly need to print on a variety of media should consider a wide-format laser printer with multiple trays, some of which you're able to dedicate to specific media types or sizes. Some HP models can accommodate acetate transparencies, card stock, labels, envelopes and glossy film for maximum versatility. Conserve paper by choosing a printer with automatic duplex or double-sided printing.
Multifunction HP LaserJet Models Increase Efficiency
HP LaserJet printers with all-in-one functionality let businesses print, scan and copy, and some offer faxing, too. Some high-end models let users email copied or scanned documents right from the control panel. Email-capable models generally feature touchscreen or physical keyboards for ease of use.
Multiple Connectivity Options Provide Versatile Use
Having multiple connection options ensures users can always access the printer, even if the Wi-Fi goes down. Some printers offer Bluetooth connectivity as well as wireless networking for increased versatility. If you're concerned about maxing out your Wi-Fi bandwidth and experiencing slow network speeds, having the option of creating a local area network for the printer via Ethernet reduces the demand placed on the wireless network and ensures a reliable printer connection. The inclusion of card readers and PictBridge let you print and email directly from the printer for fast, efficient use. Mobile-friendly printers let any user with an authorized smartphone or tablet print from an app like HP ePrint, so there's no need to transfer data from a mobile to the desktop.