HP printers are some of the most heavily used and popular desktop laser printers in the market and you can be sure of having one in almost every home and office. There are two kinds; black and white also called mono, and color laserjet printer.
Indeed the mono one is more suitable for text documents printing while the color one can provide well defined and fast color prints in just few seconds than the inkjet printer’s consumed time. The initial cost of the HP printer is surely substantially higher than you could have paid for inkjet one, however, the benefits outweigh the drawbacks.
The HP laserjet printer enables you to print big quantities of paper at a much faster rate while keeping the quality of the print high. Are there any drawbacks to own a HP laser printer and is there any factor to think before you buy one? The answer is quite evident to those of us involved in trade and the first thing we should think for is the running cost of the printer. The major consideration must be given to per cost copy print of a black and white or color. We can calculate it by dividing the cost of the laser toner by the number pf sheets it would produce.
If you have any issue regarding the reliability and quality of the compatible HP toner cartridge then there is no requirement. Many home and business users have switched to use these compatible toners, not only HP but all leading brands like Brother, Dell, Cannon and Samsung.