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HP LaserJet P2015x

>> Monday, January 5, 2009

For mono laser printers, the models in the HP LaserJet P2015 series are fairly compact, making them a good fit for cluttered home offices and cramped apartments and dorm rooms. The P2015dn model we reviewed stands 13.8 inches wide, 14.3 inches deep, and 10.1 inches tall, and weighs just 24.3 pounds.

The various permutations of the P2015 vary slightly in dimensions and weight due to features such as extra paper trays and a built in duplexer. The muted light and dark gray color scheme gives the printers a plain look. The main paper cassette pulls out from the front of the printer and holds up to 250 sheets of plain paper. A multipurpose input tray folds out from the printer's front wall and can hold up to 50 sheets of paper, a great feature if you switch media often.

Nearly the entire top of the printer is taken up by the output well. A straight pass through door resides in the rear to engage straight pass through, simply open the door. The top mounted control panel consists only of several indicator lights, a go button, and a cancel button. Toner options are straightforward for the P2015 series. You can choose between the 3,000 page standard cartridge and the 7,000 page high capacity cartridge.

The former costs $81 and the latter $148. Using the high capacity cartridge, print costs work out to about 2.1 cents per page for text a reasonable cost that's in line with other printers of its class. HP's recommended monthly duty cycle (that is, the maximum number of prints recommended per month) for the P2015 series is about 15K pages, so it should be suitable for a home or very small office.


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