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HP LaserJet M2727nfs

>> Monday, January 5, 2009

The design of the LaserJet M2727 series multifunction is all business. The putty and gray body of the M2727nf stands 19.7 inches wide, 16 inches deep, and 18 inches tall, and weighs almost 38 pounds (the M2727nfs is taller and heavier due to an extra paper tray). The flatbed scanner lid is topped by a 50 pages automatic document feeder. The control panel is divided by task.

In the center are a backlit, two line text LCD, menu navigation buttons and an alphanumeric keypad. The fax area includes one touch dial buttons, redial, phone book, volume, and resolution buttons. The copy area includes buttons for reducing or enlarging, making copies lighter or darker, changing paper size, and changing the number of copies, as well as buttons for turning on two sided copies, collating, and a tray select button.

The scan area contains just a Scan To button. All three task areas have their own dedicated start buttons as well. The paper handling is simple on the M2727 series.

The M2727nf model offers a single 250 pages paper cassette and a 50 pages multipurpose input tray that folds out from the printer's front panel.

Outputted pages exit in the well between the printer body and the scanner head unit.

The M2727nfs offers a second paper cassette for increased input capacity, as well as a built in stapler.

The LaserJet M2727 multifunction comes with the standard 3,000 page toner cartridge, which you can replace with the same or with the high capacity version, which is good for about 7,000 pages. The former costs $81 to replace, while the latter costs $148. Using the larger version for best value, this works out to a per page print cost of approximately 2.1 cents, a reasonable cost. The monthly duty cycle is 15,000 prints, which makes this suitable for small to medium offices.


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