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Specs of HP Color LaserJet Enterprise M553dh
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Color LaserJet Enterprise M553dh
Reviews of HP Color LaserJet Enterprise M553dh
Reviewed on 2016-04-11
Fast print speed, Excellent print quality, especially with small fonts, Multiple expansion options, Stylish and well-built
A bit pricey, Full set of four high-yield cartridges is more than $1,000, Wi-Fi module costs extra, Many mobile options unavailable without Wi-Fi upgrade, Cost per page too high
Even though they're often more expensive to purchase and use, all else being equal, HP's LaserJet printers earn it. The technology inside is field-leading, and they tend to be more modern- and stylish-looking than most of their competitors. And that's say...
Fast. Above-average output quality across the board in testing. Excellent graphics. 650-sheet standard paper capacity. PCL and PostScript drivers.
Display is a non-touch LCD
The HP Color LaserJet Enterprise M553dn ($599) leaves off a few of the extras found in the HP Color LaserJet Enterprise M553x—the new high-end model in the company's 500 series of single-function color laser printers—but it comes in at a much more moderat...
Fast. Above-average output quality across the board. Excellent graphics. 1,200-sheet standard paper capacity. Wireless Direct and NFC connectivity. PCL and PostScript drivers.
Pricey. Lacks 802.11 Wi-Fi and Bluetooth
As the flagship model in Hewlett-Packard's 500 series of workgroup color laser printers, the HP Color LaserJet Enterprise M553x ($1,199) is a formidable machine. Among its virtues are very good speed, voluminous standard paper capacity, Wi-Fi Direct and N...
Superb print quality, Fast performance, Wired and wireless support, Low running costs
You don't need to worry about somebody stealing the HP Color LaserJet 553X from your office – at 33.4kg unladen, this printer is going to stay wherever you put it even if you don't use the port for a Kensington-style lock. That's just as well, because if ...