The HP LaserJet P2055 is a compact laser printer designed to produce high-quality, sharp documents and images at fast speeds. This energy efficient qualified printer supports fast print speeds of up to 35 sheets per minute. With a powerful 600MHz processor and dual-sided printing automatically enabled, users can print a range of complex documents including Microsoft Word and pdf files. Its' simple interface makes it easy for even novice users to install, use and troubleshoot.
Designed for use in a home or home business setting, the HP LaserJet P2055 features a small, compact footprint to accommodate use in smaller spaces. The HP LaserJet P2055 measures 14.4" x 14.5" x 10.6" and is capable of producing up to 2,500 pages per toner cartridge. For those working in a small home office that will likely be dealing with limited budgets, this high print volume per cartridge will translate to savings. This laser printer also is equipped with a number of different features to help minimise the environmental impact its use will have.
Some of the best features of the HP LaserJet P2055 are its environmentally conscious and user-friendly design. The printer is automatically configured to print on both sides to help reduce paper waste, as well as costs. Additionally, the HP LaserJet P2055 is built with more energy efficient technologies designed to reduce the printer's energy usage up to 50% compared to many other printers. An easy-to-use LCD control panel and simple setup process combine to make the printer quick to install and manage via the included printer management software.
Overall, the HP LaserJet P2055 has proven itself to be a well-manufactured, durable printer that produces clear, quality pages at fast speeds. However, a couple of small issues with the product have been noted. Some users have reported that they find the printer to be a little too noisy within the confines of very small spaces. The biggest and most frequent issue mentioned with the HP LaserJet P2055 is that its memory has been reduced from other previous HP laser printer models. This can cause problems such as preventing a large pdf from printing. Reports from HP are that the memory capacity was decreased to allow for faster printing.