Gives users the ability to print from the cloud
The Officejet Pro X576dw delivers a generous serving of features exclusive to HP, including a new Pagewide printhead that grants it the speed benefits of a laser printer while maintaining the color print quality of an inkjet, making it worthwhile for offices shopping for a professional imaging solution.
Print speeds, Energy use, Print quality
The HP Officejet Pro X576dw is an impressive device. I mean what else can you say when the printer you're reviewing has been certified by Guinness World Records as the world's fastest desktop printer? But beyond the flashy stats, you'll also find plenty of substance: great print quality in text documents, color prints and even photo prints as well as reliable business-class scan, copy and fax features.
Incredibly fast printing, Easy to use, simple maintenance
HP's Officejet Pro X576dw, at the top of its Pro X printer line-up, is reasonably expensive for a small office to consider. If you're printing a lot, though, and you'd usually buy a workgroup laser printer, the X576dw deserves your attention -- it's incredibly fast, and cheap to run and maintain.
New, fast PageWide technology
HP changed the face of printing when it introduced cloud printing and the ePrintCenter back in 2010, and the company has once again demonstrated its commitment to innovation with its first page-wide array product. With zippy new print mechanics, a streamlined design and the added bonus of mobile printing through on-board apps and mobile features, the X576dw is an ideal companion for small workgroups and businesses that want a taste of the future of printing.
Quickly printing high quality documents with first page out
Setup was fast and simple with the HP Smart Install, which required no CD, and network connectivity via Ethernet. The built-in USB allows printer connectivity to a single computer or USB flash drive. This bundle of performance and efficiency comes as a hefty weight, 52.7 lb., and price, $899.99. The hp.com website is currently advertising free shipping and an instant $100 discount, reducing the price to $799.99. The weight and price are typical for printers in this category.
Paper output tray is a small, neat control panel
The Brother HL-4140CN does pretty well as an entry-level, workgroup colour laser printer, offering good speed and reasonable print quality in a printer costing only just over £300. As it uses the same engine as its higher cost siblings, it's well up to general business tasks in even a fairly busy, modern office. Running costs are very competitive and if you're after true colours it's only really the over-dark colour rendition which may need some compensation.
Great Quality Prints !!! Low Cost!!! The Perfect Printer
I cannot say enough praise about it however. If your worried about the quality and the comparitively lower price do not be concerned. The printer prints far better quality prints in every area over my HP Photosmart which cost signifigantly more to purchase.
A high end all-in-one printer, scanner and copier
The Kodak Hero 9.1 is the costliest printer in the Hero series, but you get a true all-in-one for your money. If you're a creative home user, it will meet all your needs. Keep it for a couple of years and you'll get your money back in saved ink costs too.
Easy wireless connection
If you want your Kodak printer with extras, this machine delivers them. The touchscreen control, powered photo tray and ADF are certainly worth having, but the print quality, speed and low running costs are available from the hero 5.1, for around £70 less. And you'll need to keep your page margins wide, if you don't want either printer to reduce the page image when printing duplex.
Tons of features
I've been hard on certain Kodak printers in the past because the photo quality hasn't been up to snuff, or certain devices didn't work right, but in my humble opinion, Kodak has done a really good job on improving on past mistakes. The Kodak ESP 9250 was a good printer, and the HERO 9.1 takes it up a notch further.
Kodak Hero 9.1 has automatic duplex when required and the duplex unit does protrude beyond the main but as it does not run the whole width any cables are retained within the total footprint, so the figures given include the duplex. Printing the normal nonsensical 200 word document came in at 20PPM while the more normal 1500 word offering spread over four pages a still very respectable 17PPM, both were printed in draft mode but were crisp and sharp.
Low running costs
The Hero range replaces Kodak's entire premium multifunction inkjet line, and represents a step up in quality. The Kodak Hero 9.1 sits at the top of the range, and packs in features such as a 4.3-inch touchscreen, USB, Ethernet and Wi-Fi connectivity, Google Cloud Print, Kodak Email Printing and automatic Duplex.
Easy Set Up
I did a lot of research comparing specs and cost-per-page before deciding on this printer. My short list included Brother, Lexmark, and this printer and I am happy with my decision. Features including 512MB RAM standard made this the best value in the $600-$700 price range. You can control the fax and scan from your computer and the printer has automatic duplexing, an automatic document feeder, and scanning or printing up to legal size.
This printer does exactly what it is designed to do and it even exceeded our expectations. The whole office loves it and it works much better than our older laser printer. I would say that this is the best deal on Amazon for the quality you get. If you only need a black and white printer that can handle high volumes daily, then this is perfect for you! Fax and copier functions work great as well.
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