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Rating 4.5 out of 5 stars with 310 reviews

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  • Pros mentioned:
    Easy setup, Print quality

    Rated 5 out of 5 stars

    Excellent printer for the money

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    Posted . Owned for 1 month when reviewed.
    This reviewer received promo considerations or sweepstakes entry for writing a review.

    Easy to unpack and set up. Works well with Windows, Linux, and Mac OS. Print quality is outstanding. The two-sided scanning capability is what sold me on this model.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Pros mentioned:
    Easy setup, Print quality

    Rated 5 out of 5 stars

    Excellent AIO color laser.

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    Posted . Owned for 3 weeks when reviewed.
    This reviewer received promo considerations or sweepstakes entry for writing a review.

    This is an excellent all in one color laser. Prints are outstanding. Easy to set up. Small footprint. Great value for the price.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rated 5 out of 5 stars

    Pro features but at a prosumer price....

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    Posted . Owned for 1 week when reviewed.
    This reviewer received promo considerations or sweepstakes entry for writing a review.

    I purchased this printer and it had two outstanding options. First, it has the option to purchase the additional HP Color Laser Jet 550 Shet Paper Trary for $199.00 from HP. See the included picture to see how it looks once installed. Second, it has the option to hold print jobs until a PIN is entered at the printer for privacy. To enable this feature you will need a 16GB USB drive plugged into the back. I purchased a separate 32GB Sandisk USB drive for mine and it works perfectly. I tested it on both my Mac and Windows 11 systems and the PIN feature works on both. For the Mac be sure to install the HP Easy Start App and enable the "HP driver." The print quality is excellent as it is a Color Laser printer and I recommend HP paper I use the HP BrightWhite24 paper for my printer. I am very happy with the printer and it is well worth the money I spent on it. I expect to get years of use out of it. I hope everyone found this review helpful and informative.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Pros mentioned:
    Easy setup

    Rated 5 out of 5 stars

    Hp Laser Printer - Great Buy at Best Buy

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    Posted . Owned for 1 month when reviewed.
    This reviewer received promo considerations or sweepstakes entry for writing a review.

    Excellent printer especially for the price. For the longest time, maybe nearly 15 to 18 years I've wanted my own laser printer at home. However, their price was always way too expensive for me to afford. I bought this printer on Cyber Monday for a great sale price and have enjoyed using it every since. It was very easy to set up and so easy to use. I would highly recommend this product to anyone looking for a top quality laser printer.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rated 5 out of 5 stars

    Great Printer for Small office!

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    Posted . Owned for 1 month when reviewed.
    This reviewer received promo considerations or sweepstakes entry for writing a review.

    We have a small medical office and decided to print collateral in house as it was just so expensive with other sources (even with promos). Besides looking nice and pretty, the price was great, does exactly what we need and on demand, we expected it to be bigger so no shock there. We are happy we decided to make the switch to in house.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Pros mentioned:
    Print quality

    Rated 5 out of 5 stars

    Laser printer

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    Posted . Owned for 1 month when reviewed.
    This reviewer received promo considerations or sweepstakes entry for writing a review.

    We really like this printer. We have had no problems with it so far. It connected easily to the internet, printing is clear. We originally had a different one and had issues with it. Since we have Total Tech we took it in and said we didn’t want that one and wanted to exchange it for a different brand. We had no hassle and customer service was great!

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rated 5 out of 5 stars

    Worth every penny

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    Posted . Owned for 3 weeks when reviewed.
    This reviewer received promo considerations or sweepstakes entry for writing a review.

    This all in one printer is amazing! It is so fast, so easy to set up and has clear colorful pages. The printer is quite large but I found a place that is out of the way. I switched from an inkjet to a laser printer. I will never go back!

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Pros mentioned:
    Print quality

    Rated 4 out of 5 stars

    Prints great. Autofeed needs work

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    Posted . Owned for 1 month when reviewed.
    This reviewer received promo considerations or sweepstakes entry for writing a review.

    Great quality prints and fast printing. Lackluster scanning with autofeed. Have to manually seperate pages to feed. Upgraded to laser due to poor proformace of new inkjet models.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rated 5 out of 5 stars

    Amazing investment

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    Posted . Owned for 1 month when reviewed.
    This reviewer received promo considerations or sweepstakes entry for writing a review.

    This is am amazing printer. I've been an HP fan since the original 2680 back in 1981.. This printer is fast, efficient, great output quality, and SMART... I highly recommend this printer for your home or work environments.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rated 5 out of 5 stars

    Printer

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    Posted . Owned for 1 month when reviewed.
    This reviewer received promo considerations or sweepstakes entry for writing a review.

    Great reliable printer that was cost effective. Does everything you need it to do.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rated 5 out of 5 stars

    perfect for our home office

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    Posted . Owned for 1 month when reviewed.
    This reviewer received promo considerations or sweepstakes entry for writing a review.

    So far, our home office printer is exactly what we were looking for. Print quality is excellent.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rated 3 out of 5 stars

    Network Card Failed in three monts

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    Posted . Owned for 2 months when reviewed.
    This reviewer received promo considerations or sweepstakes entry for writing a review.

    I love HP Printers, but the network card in this printer died within three months of me owning it. It was not a surge or other network failure. It took me two weeks of arguing with HP to get it fixed, they shipped me a new unit. I just asked them to send the NIC/Mainboard.

    No, I would not recommend this to a friend
  • Rated 5 out of 5 stars

    Printer

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    Posted . Owned for 1 month when reviewed.
    This reviewer received promo considerations or sweepstakes entry for writing a review.

    Printer is great but screen has small keys for typing filenames.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rated 5 out of 5 stars

    Recommend

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    Posted . Owned for 3 weeks when reviewed.
    This reviewer received promo considerations or sweepstakes entry for writing a review.

    Have had this printer for about a month and, so far, it functions as advertised. My first color laserjet and I'm pleased.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rated 3 out of 5 stars

    Disappointed, but hope to have it fixed soon

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    Posted . Owned for 3 weeks when reviewed.
    This reviewer received promo considerations or sweepstakes entry for writing a review.

    It was working great for the first two weeks, then Memory Error codes started coming up and we couldn't print large files... Still haven't figured out how to clear the memory, but can print smaller files.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rated 2 out of 5 stars

    Stopped printing for awhile :(

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    Posted . Owned for 2 weeks when reviewed.
    This reviewer received promo considerations or sweepstakes entry for writing a review.

    Stopped printing after less than 50 prints. Got some weird error on the LCD and unit became unresponsive even after multiple restarts. Waited a few hours and it started printing fine again. When it does work, it works great, but if you are buying this for a business, maybe buy an older model with a proven track record.

    No, I would not recommend this to a friend
  • Pros mentioned:
    Print quality, Speed
    Cons mentioned:
    Software
    Tech Insider Network Member

    Rated 4 out of 5 stars

    Great printer with a few small concerns

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    This reviewer received promo considerations or sweepstakes entry for writing a review.

    The last time I had an HP printer I truly hated it. So, I was a bit unsure about taking the plunge on another one having had such a bad experience before. So far, I can say that I think HP has taken great strides at improving their product if this one is any indication. It is not perfect however but has a lot going for it. This new laser printer is what they for some reason call a laser jet even though it has no jets at all unlike an ink jet which literally pushes ink through jet nozzles. Laser printers use dry toner, so they have very little in common. Naming convention aside, it was clear upon opening the box that it is big and very heavy. So, keep that in mind first and foremost, you will need some space for this thing and that space needs to be able to hold some weight as well. It is nice looking, with a high-res color touchscreen, and white with blue accents. I do find the choice to add those blue accents odd as nothing else I’ve ever owned in electronics has been that color before so it will always stand out, but there it is. I set mine up on top of a side of my corner desk since it is too large to fit on the pull-out tray my desk has intended for printers and plugged it in to my network hardwired rather than via wifi or usb which are also options. My first order of business was to ensure AirPrint worked since that is how I interact with my printers most of the time. Unfortunately, it was a challenge to get that working and took several tries to get it to respond to my sending print jobs from my iPhone 14 pro max. It had been setup, connected, updated, and my phone could see it and send jobs to it, but it would not receive them and print anything until after a couple power cycles. Since then, I have had no further problems printing documents from my phone, but it was an issue at first. Then I spent some time with the various settings and options on the touchscreen and found that you cannot scan anything unless you use a web browser or the HP Smart app on your computer. This prompted me to get my laptop setup with the printer which went smoothly by finding it on my network in windows settings, adding it, and following the prompts that followed to download and install the HP Smart software which I did. From there you have to setup an HP account, or you cannot use the full features even for scanning which I find bizarre. Finally, after doing that I printed some things and scanned them to see how it would do. Print quality is phenomenal, everything is crisp and professional grade. It also does double sided printing and color or black and white, and all those options are very fast. It is shockingly quick at spitting out pages and pages of high-resolution prints. Laser printers are fairly loud and this one is no exception, but it will go right back into standby about a minute after completing a job so that saves energy and keeps the noise down to a minimum. The nice high-quality prints I did I then used to scan right back in to see what they would look like, and it did so fast, but the quality of the scan was lacking a lot compared with the original print. Increasing the dpi to maximum brings that quality back up substantially but is very slow and creates an enormous file that is significantly bigger than what I used to print it originally. I’m not sure it proved anything but did get the point across that it can scan very well or very fast but not necessarily both, which is par for the course for scanners in my experience. It can also make copies and send Faxes. I was very impressed with how fast it made some copies and how close to the original the copies were in quality. The copies I made were of a color print as well and they still looked wonderful. I haven’t sent a fax in over a decade so I may never use that feature but it can do so as long as you have a hard phone line attached to it. Once again printing is what we’re really here for and that is where it shines. I’m able to print from my phone or computer without using the HP software and that is great. I prefer to keep the interactions simple and straightforward so I spend less time messing around with it and getting back to my life. It seems to let me do that so I’m happy. I do have reservations about HP’s instant ink program since toner lasts so much longer than ink, I’m not sure it is beneficial at all. There is no indication of how long the starter toner that it included will last, and replacements are extremely expensive. But having to pay a subscription fee for future toner when I don’t know how long it will be before I need more is a hard ask. I could end up paying $14/month for years before finally getting more sent out and that might not be a very good deal. I suppose it depends on your use case. I don’t print more than a dozen or so pages per month so I may not the best audience for that program. Overall I’m happy with how this printer performs, it is fast, smooth and has very high quality print capabilities. I’m not sure I like how many extra steps there are for scanning since you have to have their software and an account just to do that, and the toner is expensive, but the instant ink program is a bit vague on how long you may end up paying for it before receiving any benefit from it. If I keep things simple by printing from my phone primarily and only scanning when I have to, I’ll enjoy high quality color prints from here on out and that’s what I was primarily looking for. If you are familiar with HP’s products and services, you’ll probably find something you like but there are some real caveats to owning this printer because of how intrinsically tied to the software and services it is.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Pros mentioned:
    Speed
    Cons mentioned:
    Heavy
    Tech Insider Network Member

    Rated 5 out of 5 stars

    Great all-in-one printer!

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    This reviewer received promo considerations or sweepstakes entry for writing a review.

    The LaserJet Pro 4301fdw… The TLDR - great all-in-one printer! Pros: > Wireless feature…once hooked up to your network, it's almost pretty seemless to print from any device (e.g., computer, tablet, phone, etc.). Very easy and straightforward to set up and get running. > Great color space when it comes to printing. Heavy weight paper and photo prints look great. Save on trips to the store or ordering online prints. > Duplex printing and scanning! Need I say more? > Speed of printing and scanning… pretty much on par with other laser printers, not to say it's slow but it's just as fast or faster than the competition out there > Multiple trays for loading various paper types and sizes > Design and build quality feel top notch Cons: > Heavy! This thing is not meant to be moved or to be portable. Setting it up can be a hassle (in terms of us permanent location but not actually the setup process itself). > Won't print when running low on ink (different from actually out of ink)... Ink is expensive (I won't mention the price but just say a couple sets of ink will go over the price of the printer itself).... Overall, this is a great all-in-one printer. It's a bit pricey, but definitely geared more towards small to medium sized businesses.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Pros mentioned:
    Color, Easy setup, Quiet
    Tech Insider Network Member

    Rated 5 out of 5 stars

    High performance in an easy, full featured printer

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    HP - LaserJet Pro 4301fdw Wireless Color All-in-One Laser Printer HP’s newest laser printer is a wonderful reminder of those early classic, high reliability HP printers that made this company famous. It is reasonably compact, but very heavy, stuffed with features, and it displays a ruggedness and solidity like a premium printer should. If this LJ Pro 4301fdw has the quality of my original LJ, it should last a few decades. SETUP: The 4301fdw is fully assembled, including the installed standard size toner cartridges. All I had to do is pull off a couple dozen orange tape strips holding everything in place, plug in the power cord and load in some paper. Done. I connected to my Wi-Fi after selecting my language and following the sequence of prompts. The HP offered me the networks it found around me, directing me to select one and enter the network password. Done. I then found the printer using my photo App on my iPhone12 and printed out a few photos. Next, I opened up iMac PowerBook M1 and found the HP in my system printer list. After adding it, I found a project spreadsheet and printed it. Double-sided was easy to enable, and both sides were printed. Following that easy success, I moved on to Photos, changed the paper type to glossy photo, and printed some color photos. Easily done. The paper tray looks like it will handle a half-ream of paper, Changes to the printer parameters (paper type, size, surface, double sided) are all accomplished by the large, colorful LED menu screen that folds for convenient viewing. I also found I could sign into the printers web IP address for a more complete set of functions and to check toner levels. (Signing in requires the PIN number which is hidden under the front facing toner cartridge door.) With little effort, the HP printer was easily found on the network by any other computer or phone. There are ethernet, phone, and USB inputs/outputs on a back right panel. Other than testing the phone for a fax test, the other ports aren’t necessary yet, but they’re available. It’s the perfect printer in a small office setting. It will become the printing center, copying device, and fax machine. Scanning is also easy to accomplish after you download the HP Smart App and create an account. Everything works directly from my standard Apps such as Photo, Numbers, Photoshop Elements. Testing the auto-feed reinforced my perception that this iteration of LG’s premium Laser printer is high performance and built to precision tolerances. Reliable and smooth paper movement. I couldn’t determine the maximum number of pages, but I’m sure it’s not a large number. PERFORMANCE: This is a very quiet printer. This is a very fast printer, spitting out full color, full sized pages at BEST quality in mere seconds. The quality of photo printout far exceeds that of my previous laser printers. Generally, photo print-outs from laser printers don’t approach the color fidelity or contrast of an ink-jet printer. Laser printers are known for their speed, high volume usage, economy, and text printing quality. This HP LaserJet 4301 breaks the expectations and adds excellent color printing to its repertoire. Print paper quality makes a significant difference in print quality, so gloss paper makes photos looks their best. CONCERNS (potential): HP insists that only their toner cartridges can be used in HP printers. Whatever I may think about ink-jet refills, Laser Jets are more expensive and probably more exacting. For Laser printers, with a technology that relies on some level of compatibility and predictability between toner colors interacting with each other and the printer’s heating elements, I’m OK with the restrictions. That said, toner replacement is expensive, and for high volume users, you should make a point to purchase the “x”, high output, cartridges. They represent a significant savings, providing more than 3x the printing volume for less than 2x the price. SUMMARY: This is an exceptional LaserJet Color printer that will surprise you with its speed, quality output and range of features. It was the easiest printer to setup I’ve ever had. I was printing high quality output within minutes. Very impressed, HP.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Pros mentioned:
    Speed
    Tech Insider Network Member

    Rated 5 out of 5 stars

    EXCELLENT MULTI-FUNCTION PRINTER

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    The new Hewlett Packard Laser Jet Pro 4301fdw MFP (Model 4RA82F) represents the features and functionality that are essential to me. Multi-Function Printers combine the functions of Printer, Scanner, Copier and Fax Machine into a single, integrated device.. The HP LJ Pro 4301fdw MFP is meeting my needs extremely well! Among the attributes of the 4301fdw are: • Color Printing and Copying. • Full-Duplex Scanning (some MFPs provide only duplex printing, but not duplex scanning). • Full-Duplex Printing. • 50 Sheet Auto-Document Feeder. • 250 Sheet (#20 basis weight) Main Paper Tray. • 50 Sheet (#20 basis weight) Multi-Purpose Paper Tray (which opens from the front of the printer). • 150 Sheet output bin. • Touchscreen Control Panel (4.3” capacitive). • Flexible and powerful Connectivity including Dual-Band Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, Wi-Fi Direct and Ethernet Port. o Wi-Fi is 802.11ac (Wi-Fi 5) but not 802.11ax (Wi-Fi 6). • Rated at 35 Pages Per Minute (PPM) for both Black & White and Color Single Sided, Letter Size Pages for both Printing and Copying. (Which is an extremely fast print speed for a non-commercial printer). o Two-Sided Printing speed is not specified; however Two-Sided Copying speed is specified as 31 PPM for both monochrome and color pages. • First Page Out speed of only 9.1 seconds for black & white and 9.9 seconds for letter size color pages. o HP does not provide the basis for the printing or copy speed claims. Some manufacturers base the advertised printing speeds on ISO/IEC Standard 24734 and base copy speeds on ISO/IEC 29183 which specifies detailed parameters for testing the performance of copiers and multifunction devices. Actual printing speeds are dependent upon what is being printed. Typically, more complex content on a page will result in a longer print time. o In use, the 4301fdw printing speeds are incredibly fast for both single and double-sided sheets. The first sheet out time, even for a very complex graphic page, was just seconds. • Print Resolution of 600x600 dpi for black & white and color. Pantone calibrated color. o imageREt 2400 – which is an imaging quality option that mixes multiple toner colors within single dots, rather than using standard dithering, which is a multi-level trapping technology intended to result in a synthesized resolution replicating 2400 dpi. • Scan Resolution of 600x600 dpi Hardware Resolution and Optical Resolution HP states that the 4301fdw is suitable for use by small businesses and workgroups of up to ten users. HP also claims that the 4301fdw has a monthly duty cycle of up to 50,000 pages (letter or A4 sheets), however the recommended monthly page volume is listed as only 750 – 4,000 sheets, which is a significant difference from the stated duty cycle. The cost of keeping any printer fed with expensive toner or ink can seem punishing. In this case, if you replace the set of four toner cartridges just twice, the cost of those cartridges exceeds the original price of the printer. For this new model line of MFP printers, HP has introduced a new line of toner cartridges at a new, high price point. According to HP, the new TerraJet Cartridges and packaging are designed for a low carbon footprint with reduced plastic and energy use. HP also claims that TerraJet Toner is more efficient and produces more pages per cartridge. The 4301fdw uses HP 210A (standard yield) or 210X (high yield) toner cartridges. The 210A Black Toner Cartridge is rated to yield approximately 2,000 pages. The 210A Color Cartridges (Yellow, Cyan and Magenta) are rated to yield approximately 1,800 pages. The 210X Black Toner Cartridge is rated at approximately 7,500 pages, and the 210X Color Cartridges are rated for approximately 5,500 pages. The cost per page using 210A standard yield cartridges is approximately $0.24 per page, and using the expensive 210X high yield cartridges the approximate cost per page is $0.15. The printer comes equipped with a standard black toner cartridge, but includes limited usage, “Introductory” color toner cartridges which are rated to yield only approximately 1,000 color pages. HP has adopted the same OEM restrictions as some other printer manufacturers, and the firmware of the 4301fdw will only permit the printer to operate with genuine HP toner cartridges which have an HP chip embedded in them. The 4301fdw is designed to accept an optional (and somewhat expensive) 550 sheet, third paper tray (second cassette tray – Part Number 28N93A). I frankly wish that the second paper cassette was standard, since it is frequently important to have two media sizes loaded in cassettes at the same time, such as for a mail-merge. The combined capacity of all three paper trays would be 850 sheets. To make use of all of the features and functionality of the 4301fdw, the HP Smart App must be installed. Although scan software and drivers are available for a basic, functional setup, only the Smart App accommodates a full featured configuration and utilization of HP cloud services. The Smart App must be linked to an existing or new HP Account. The 4301 supports fax archiving and forwarding so that faxes can be sent to a network folder or email address, rather than printing the pages upon receipt. I still cannot configure that functionality properly. In order for the fax to be recognized as a printing path for applications such as MS Office, I found it necessary to download and install the HP Universal Fax Driver for Windows. HP Embedded Web Server provides a browser accessed printer homepage for numerous configuration and operation settings, including fax settings. EWS can be accessed from the Smart App or a browser window. A PIN number is required to access EWS and for many configuration changes. The PIN is even required to change the sleep setting (why???). The pre-assigned PIN is located on a tag accessed from the front door. The PIN can be changed, but the required length and format of a user defined PIN might offend your sensibilities. HP Smart App provides a user interface to numerous printer functions, including scanning, but there is also an HP Scan app. There are numerous dissimilarities in both the user interface and the available settings including features, functionality and available scan resolutions. Setting up the 4301fdw was not without complications. After downloading the full set of drivers and scan software, there were operational issues. Ultimately, I uninstalled all of the HP software, performed a factory default reset on the 4301 printer, and reinstalled the drivers and software. I found that using the HP Easy Start Printer Setup software was the preferred installation method. Nevertheless, there was still an issue during the reinstallation process, which was resolved by completing the setup with HP Smart App I have had issues with HP software in the past, so I am disappointed to encounter software deficiencies and problems once again. The 4301fdw measures approximately 16.5” wide x 17” deep x 15” high, and weighs approximately 45 lbs. Many of the plastic components are much thinner than those on my previous HP printers. Resultantly, there is flexion in parts that were formerly rigid and durable. The very thin profile, momentary contact power switch is flush on the front panel, making it more difficult to access and depress. The 4301fdw accepts a wide range of media sizes and types, including glossy and heavy papers. Duplex printing on 67# Bristol and 110# Index card stock from the main cassette paper tray performed perfectly, without any paper feeding or printing issues. The 4301fdw print quality is outstanding! Close inspection, including under magnification, of extremely detailed Test & Sign-Off Print Samples confirmed the excellent print quality. Pantone color matching was not performed, but color accuracy appeared to be excellent. Color saturation and gradation were excellent. Gray scale gradation was similarly excellent. Lines were sharp and definition was excellent. There were no printing defects observable, even under magnification. Photorealism was excellent. I compared an identical print sample from a different HP laser-jet, using magnification, and found that the 4301 produced even sharper and smoother lines than the other model. Scanning operations were incredibly fast for both single-sided and double-sided media. The duplexing ADF performs very well and is extremely fast. No misfeeds occurred, but there was intermittent and variable skewing. I scanned several hundred pages, including rescanning the same sheets multiple times to compare results, and found that the skewing was not related to the quality or weight of the paper. The issue appears to be hardware related, perhaps to the plucking and feeding of the sheets by the ADF, or perhaps it is attributable to the small size and flexibility of the paper guides, or perhaps the feed rollers are responsible. Photocopying is of course an operation which merges the scanning and printing functions, and its performance is equally excellent and fast. The 4301fdw supports reduction, enlargement, density adjustment and collation. Thus far the 4301fdw has been performing very well. Printing is extremely fast. Printed copy looks terrific. Scanning is also incredibly fast. Full duplex scanning, printing and copying works very well, and the speed is truly very impressive. The 4301 handles all types and weights of paper without jams or other issues. The 4301fdw is providing good, solid, reliable performance. In the event that the product ever does require service, it is comforting that it carries a one-year, next business day, on-site warranty. The HP 4301fdw MFP is a very good unit in my opinion. It performs all of the important functions that a demanding user can expect from an MFP, and it performs them all very well, and very quickly.

    I would recommend this to a friend