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HP LaserJet Pro CP1025nw Colour Laser Printer Networked+Wireless 64MB 16ppm (Mono) 4ppm (Colour) 150 Sheet Input Tray, Host-Based

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3.2 out of 5 stars 25 customer reviews

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  • The world's smallest colour laser printer with HP Auto-On/Auto-Off Technology and HP ePrint.
  • Print from anywhere in the office and share on a network, using built-in wireless and Ethernet.
  • Save money, save space: this low-priced HP LaserJet is the world's smallest colour laser printer.
  • Print documents affordably.Get the same black cost per page as a black-and-white HP LaserJet printer.
  • Ensure professional, accurate results with bold text and smooth colour with HP ImageREt 2400 and Original HP cartridges with ColorSphere toner.
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  • Product Dimensions: 40 x 40.2 x 22.3 cm ; 12 Kg
  • Boxed-product Weight: 15 Kg
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  • Item model number: CE914A#B19
  • ASIN: B00449O1N0
  • Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 2 Oct. 2010
  • Average Customer Review: 3.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (25 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 103,165 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)

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HP LaserJet Pro CP1025nw Color Printer

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HP LaserJet Pro CP1025nw Color Printer

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This was easy to set up. Used Wi-Fi Protected setup (press buttons on printer and wireless router) and worked first time. Print quality for text is excellent, and photos are very good (unlike some other laser printers where photos are awful). All printer settings can be viewed/changed via Web interface. Despite the toner cartridges being `starter' (400 pages) and not full (1,000 pages) ones, I have so far got 533 pages from the black cartridge which bodes well.

UPDATE! I eventually had to replace the Black cartridge after 950 pages, and the colour ones are still going strong at 925. Not bad for 400 page 'starter' cartridges.

'manfromupnorth' please note - the windows 7 drivers work perfectly in windows 8. I just used the windows 7 install in windows 8, no problems. Give it a go!
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Only installed this morning (Windows Vista) so not had much use, but great so far. As is so common these days the manual is terse indeed and the documentation on the supplied CD not much greater.

The printer took a few minutes of cycling when first powered up, which worried me but it then settled down.

Did a USB install from disk which took a few minutes but worked with no problems.

I then connected the printer to a router with an Ethernet cable and installed on a laptop in another room. I selected Wireless and the software scanned for and found the printer, then installed. Test print great - job done!

As others have commented the colours are a bit over-saturated but you don't buy a printer like this for photo quality. There are lots options for printing on card, glossy paper etc. which may improve quality if the stock is correctly matched. You can also fiddle with colour calibration if you want.

It is a bit noisy in action (but then so was its Magicolor predecessor).

I bought this printer partly because of the Auto-Off function. Since my wife sometimes wants to print and the printer is on another floor from where she works it would be a pain to go downstairs, switch on, go back, send the job and go down again. The Auto-on avoids that. When Auto-off this printer only uses <1 watt which is pretty good. Here are the figures from the HP site:
295 watts (printing), 8 watts (ready), 3.1 watts (sleep), < 1 watt (auto-off), 0.2 watts (off).

However the Auto-Off function was not enabled on my unit and I had some trouble finding how to configure it due to the paucity of the manuals.
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Finally I've got this working as it should.

The problem was that the printer would not keep up a network connection for more than a couple of minutes. I could print a test print then it would drop the connection both on a wired and wireless network. It also did it on two different wireless routers. The only way it would print consistently was on a USB connection. In desperation I downloaded the latest firmware from HP's website and flashed it. Now the printer works as expected - it seems reliable and works with Mac, Windows and iOS clients (over airplay).

The "manual" it comes with is awful, sub-IKEA rubbish. It tells you nothing in 26 languages.

I've given this printer three stars as it does work well when you fix it. Out of the box it's next to useless as a networked printer not even worth one star.

It shouldn't take four hours of my life to get a printer to work the way it should.
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Took a while to set it up correctly (would have been faster if I had paid more attention to the on-screen installation procedure). Eventually I set up the printer and I'm now able to print wirelessly from my desktop, laptop and iPad. Please note before the iPad could properly talk to the printer it was necessary to update the printer's firmware via the HP website.
Pros
Compact for a colour laser printer, solidly built, decent quality printing. Good wireless connectivity. Seamless integration into home network.
Cons
Absence of menu screen on the printer, starter ink cartridges rather than full ones.
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Bought this to replace a dying HP Laserjet. This model was seemingly much smaller, quicker & half the price of my old printer, so I was not sure what to expect. But it delivers fast printing very quietly & in great quality. Have used it for colour photo presentations & it is pretty good with vibrant colours. A good buy. Fast delivery.
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Not being able to use my HP ColourLaserJet 2550ln with Windows7, I bought myself an HP LaserJet CP1025, it seemed to be able to do all I wanted according to the specification and at a very competitive price, as I loaded it into the car, I noticed a note on the box stating the USB cable was not included.....Oh dear!
I nipped back into the shop and bought one, thankful I had seen the note before I made the journey back home. I was quite impressed with the look of the printer but was amazed at the lack of detail in how to assemble it, I still am not aware of the function of the hinged flap on the top at the front unless it is to control the printed sheets when printing a largish run.
I can sympathise with the reviews published and agree that lack of instructions leave a lot to be desired, especially from a concern such as Hewlett Packard and as an author/illustrator before retirement, I know what should be!

This is what I did:-
Inserted the supplied CDdisc, in the DVD-ROM drive.
Opened up GOOGLE and asked it to search for:- H10032.www1.hp.com/ctg/manual/CD949965.pdf
Printed off the index pages 167 to 170 inc. this enables me to look for the items/pages on which I might require more information
The question regarding the behaviour of the colour on differing surfaces, may I suggest referring to the print dialogue box and click on properties in the top RH corner, you then should see a new dialogue box where there are a variety of print options.
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