The HP Colour LaserJet CP1025 printer is an affordable, compact printing solution for the home office or small business. Claiming the title of industry's smallest colour laser printer, the CP1025 also is the most energy efficient. Packed with features, this robust printer has integrated wireless for network connectivity and accommodates multiple paper types. Overall, the LaserJet CP1025 is a sturdy colour laser printer that will bring productivity and colour to your small office environment.
World's smallest colour laser printer is no small title. The CP1025 measures a mere 39.9 cm wide by 40.1 cm deep and 25.2 cm tall. With this small footprint, no space will be wasted in your office while retaining the power and brilliance of colour laser technology. HP CP1025 toner cartridges, the HP 126A series (Black, Cyan, Magenta, Yellow) yield 1,000 pages of rich colour giving a cost-effective alternative to traditional expensive colour inkjet printers that only yield 400 pages or less per cartridge. The LaserJet CP1025's 126A series drum cartridge lasts for 14,000 black pages and up to 7,000 colour pages. The media tray supports multiple paper sizes including envelopes and standard photo sizes. The CP1025 can even print on transparencies, labels and cardstock. The paper tray accommodates 150 pages and can hold 50 pages in the output bin, able to handle large print jobs.
Affordability is one of the best assets of the CP1025. Colour laser functionality is finally available to the home office and small business without breaking the bank. Dependable, long lasting colour HP CP1025 toner cartridges provide dazzling presentations and even photos. If regular monochrome printing is needed, the CP1025 churns out 17 pages per minute, which is respectable for a colour laser in this class. The ability to print on multiple types of media is a definite plus giving the CP1025 flexibility for a variety of projects and presentations. Compatibility is not an issue with drivers available that work with both Windows and Mac computers both directly, networked and wirelessly.
As a low-end colour laser printer, the colour print speed is only 4 pages per minute making colour print jobs crawl along at a snail's pace. In comparison, most colour inkjet printers reach speeds of up to 25 pages per minute. There is a cost savings involved as well as overall page yield but it hardly overcomes the reduction in speed. Having such a small footprint means that the paper tray can only handle 150 sheets making replacing paper a frequent operation. Duplexing is also not included unless done manually.