HP LaserJet P4014n Printer. Get reliable, affordable black and white printing for your small workgroup. Our networkable LaserJet P4014n prints at speeds of up to 45 pages per minute, plus it warms up right away whenever you need it.
24 of 25 people found the following review helpful
Just like the first reviewer said, this thing is VERY fast. After about 8 seconds pages pop out about one per second. The printer is solid and I expect years of service. It comes with a 64A cartridge with a 10,000 page capacity.I run a small business and send envelopes to physicians and patients. I wanted to print to envelopes. I wore out a Canon Canoscan feeder tray over several years. I picked this printer because it was the cheapest that accepted the HP CB524A HP - Envelope feeder envel
ope feeder. Yes, I was willing to pay about $1000 for the printer and envelope feeder just for the envelopes. We do a lot of envelopes. Even though that was all I was planning to print, I was just amazed at the speed of this unit for regular printing, and it has become my preferred printer in the office. The envelope feeder snaps onto the front of the unit and envelopes feed flawlessly.
15 of 16 people found the following review helpful
WARNING!! This printer can not use the 24,000 page high capacity CC364X toner cartridge. That cartridge simply will not fit. The only usable cartridge is the 10,000 page CC364A. Our computer club learned that lesson the hard way. If you plan to print in high volume you should consider the HP4015 as you will easily save the price difference in toner. Other than this problem, this appears to be a great printer and I have been happy with it in every other respect.
8 of 10 people found the following review helpful
Honestly it's a dream printer. Fast, clean looking, loud, but not too distracting, and the fact that it doesn't jam and print all black pages like my last HP is a welcome change. But setting it up with the help of HP, a nightmare.The printer comes with a very straight forward installation disk. I uploaded the necessary software, making sure to follow directions exactly. Each time an error about an incorrect file path would pop up. After attempting to go around this error I finally gave in and ca
lled HP. After nearly 4 hours they still had NO IDEA why I was getting an error, or how to get around it. Multiple downloads, multiple uninstalls, conferences, questions, nothing was working.In the end, without the help of HP we moved the printer to another computer and TA-DA it worked. Connected the remaining company computers via the network and things are now working perfectly. But why in those 4 hours couldn't HP figure out my issue?