HP 4mv Printer Review
Need an inexpensive networkable printer but don't want to sacrifice quality? The HP LaserJet 4MV could be just the model you're looking for. It has a built-in JetDirect network interface for supporting up to 12 computers on a network, and setup is very easy for both PC and Mac platforms, as drivers are built into the operating system, getting users up and running in no time. For color printing, this unit will not work, so perhaps look into a model featuring Okidata 43324467 toner.
With a print speed of 16 pages per minute, it certainly isn't the fastest model in its class, but its 35,000 page monthly duty cycle is an indicator of its ability to handle large workloads. The 4MB of included memory is expandable to up to 68 MB for those who do a lot of graphics-intensive prints. The 600 dpi printing engine offers the excellent laser print quality one would expect from HP, and the REt enhancement technology adds sharpness and definition beyond most 600 dpi printers. Other toners may reach a higher resolution though, such as Xerox 106R01220 toner.
The low price and availability of LaserJet 4MV toner may be its best attribute. HP 4MV toner cartridges have a large capacity of 8,500 pages which means more time between replacing toners. Saving on printer toner means saving money on every page you print, and LaserJet 4MV toner cartridges are some of the least expensive in its class. They also provide a lower cost per page than other HP toner, such as HP Q2610A toner.
Many factors go into choosing a printer. Choosing a printer based on speed alone may result in expensive printer toner costs and poor reliability. With the HP 4MV you get the cost savings of its HP 4MV toner, the reliability of the HP brand name, and the excellent print quality that a printer can offer. With its easy-to-use networking capabilities, you have a model that can support the whole office and still be easy on the budget.