Conclusión: Reliable experts -- and hundreds of owners -- highly recommend the HP LaserJet Pro P1606dn as a great black-and-white laser printer for personal or small-office use. It's fast and sharp, with an Ethernet connection and a duplexer. However, durability and operating costs are question marks.
A favor: High-quality text, Fast, Ethernet networking
Contras: Subpar graphics (like many laser printers), Expensive toner, Add-on Wi-Fi costs more than the printer
Extracto: This compact mono laser is aimed at small businesses, but home users will also find it has a reasonable set of features for the money. There's an automatic duplexer for two-sided printing, and an Ethernet port.
Extracto: Although this monochrome laser printer offers speedy, quality printing for small or home offices, buyers will want to weigh these features against its expensive toner and lack of Wi-Fi interface.
A favor: Speedy printing, Sturdy casing, Excellent output
Contras: High toner cost, Flimsy plastic paper holder, No wireless interface
Conclusión: The 1606dn takes about 15 by 16 inches of desk space and stands 10 inches tall. The plastic lid that covers its 250-sheet main paper tray serves as a tray for a 10-sheet input slot for envelopes or other special media. Pages exit face down atop the printer.
Extracto: SMEs looking for a capable and reliable monochrome office printer can consider HP’s Laserjet Pro P1606dn as a serious contender to fill that void. The P1606dn, nicknamed the Mantis, is an average sized (387 x 284 x 246 mm) black and white printer, able to churn out pages at a maximum of 25 ppm.
A favor: It delivers great quality prints at a good pace.
Contras: No usb slots to print directly from a USB memory stick.