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HP Laserjet CP1525N Colour Network Laser Printer (Normally £195) - £126.00 @ Costco

£126.00 @ costco
Possible £45 HP Cashback http://h40059.www4.hp.com/savemoney/hp_laserjets.html Thanks to northlad HP Laserjet Printer - Colour Network Laser Printer. PLEASE BEAR IN MIND THIS IS NOT THE ORD… Read More
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Possible £45 HP Cashback http://h40059.www4.hp.com/savemoney/hp_laserjets.html Thanks to northlad

HP Laserjet Printer - Colour Network Laser Printer.

PLEASE BEAR IN MIND THIS IS NOT THE ORDINARY CP1525, THIS IS THE NETWORK VERSION WITH ETHERNET PORT

THE PRICE INCLUDES V.A.T. (The ex-VAT price is £105).

THIS IS THE CHEAPEST ANYWHERE.

THE PRICE IS COSTO'S FORTHNIGHTLY OFFER, RUNS UNTIL 1ST MAY 2011.

Specifications
Print speed black (normal, A4)
Up to 12 ppm
Print speed colour (normal, A4)
Up to 8 ppm
Print speed footnote
Measured using ISO/IEC 24734, excludes first set of test documents. For more information see http://www.hp.com/go/printerclaims. Exact speed varies depending on the system configuration, software application, driver, and document complexity.
First page out color (A4, ready)
As fast as 32 sec
First page out black (A4, ready)
As fast as 26 sec
Print quality black (best)
Up to 600 x 600 dpi
Print quality colour (best)
Up to 600 x 600 dpi
Print technology
Laser
Duty cycle (monthly, A4)
Up to 30000 pages
Duty cycle note
Duty cycle is defined as the maximum number of pages per month of imaged output. This value provides a comparison of product robustness in relation to other HP LaserJet or HP Color LaserJet devices, and enables appropriate deployment of printers and MFPs to satisfy the demands of connected individuals or groups.
Recommended monthly page volume
250 to 1000
Recommended monthly page volume note
HP recommends that the number of printed pages per month be within the stated range for optimum device performance, based on factors including supplies replacement intervals and device life over an extended warranty period.
Standard memory
128 MB
Maximum memory
384 MB
Processor speed
600 MHz
Hard disk capacity
None
Standard printer languages
HP PCL 6, HP PCL 5c, HP Postscript level 3 emulation
Paper handling
Standard paper trays
1 plus 1-sheet priority feed slot
Maximum paper trays
1 plus 1-sheet priority feed slot
Paper handling standard/input
150-sheet input tray, 1-sheet priority feed slot
Paper handling standard/output
125-sheet output bin
Duplex print options
Manual (driver support provided)
Media sizes supported
A4, A5, A6, B5 (ISO, JIS), 10 x 15 cm, postcards (JIS single and double); envelopes (DL, C5, B5); custom: 76 x 127 to 216 x 356 mm
Custom media sizes
76 x 127 to 216 x 356 mm
Media types supported
Paper (bond, brochure, colour, glossy, letterhead, photo, plain, preprinted, prepunched, recycled, rough), transparencies, labels, envelopes, cardstock
Finished output handling
Sheetfed
Connectivity
Standard connectivity
1 Hi-Speed USB 2.0; 1 built-in 10/100 Ethernet
HP ePrint capability
Yes
Dimensions and weight
Media weights by paper path
Priority feed slot: 60 to 220 g/m²; Tray 2: 60 to 163 g/m²
Product dimensions (W x D x H)
399 x 453 x 254 mm
Maximum dimensions (W x D x H)
399 x 505 x 254 mm
Package dimensions (W x D x H)
500 x 333 x 550 mm
Product weight
18.1 kg
Package weight
22.27 kg
Power and operating requirements
Minimum system requirements
Windows® 7, Windows Vista®: 1 GHz 32-bit(x86) or 64-bit(x64) processor, 1 GB RAM (32-bit) or 2 GB RAM (64-bit), 200 MB free hard disk space, CD/DVD-ROM or Internet, USB or Network port; Microsoft® Windows® XP (32-bit) Service Pack 2: Pentium® 233 MHz processor, 512 MB RAM (32-bit) or 2 GB RAM (64-bit), 200 MB free hard disk space, CD/DVD-ROM or Internet, USB or Network port
Minimum system requirements for Macintosh
Mac OS X v10.5.8, v10.6; PowerPC G4, G5, or Intel® Core Processor; 256 MB RAM; 300 MB free hard disk space; CD/DVD-ROM or Internet; USB or Network port
Compatible operating systems
Full software installs supported on: Windows® 7 32-bit and 64-bit, Windows Vista® 32-bit and 64-bit, Microsoft® Windows® XP 32-bit (SP2 or higher); Driver only installs supported on: Microsoft® Windows® Server 2008 32-bit and 64-bit, Server 2003 32-bit (SP3 or higher); Mac OS X v10.5.8, v10.6; Linpus Linux (9.4, 9.5), RED HAT Enterprise Linux 5.0 (supported with a pre-built package); SUSE Linux (10.3, 11.0, 11, 11.1, 11.2), Fedora™ (9, 9.0, 10, 10.0, 11.0, 11, 12, 12.0), Ubuntu® (8.04, 8.04.1, 8.04.2, 8.10, 9.04, 9.10, 10.04), Debian (5.0, 5.0.1, 5.0.2, 5.0.3) (supported by the automatic installer); HPUX 11 and Solaris® 8/9
Mac compatible
Yes
Power consumption (active)
295 watts
Power consumption (sleep)
5.5 watts
Power consumption (standby)
12.5 watts
Power consumption (manual-off)
0.2 watts
Power consumption footnote
Power requirements are based on the country/region where the printer is sold. Do not convert operating voltages. This will damage the printer and void the product warranty.
Recommended operating temperature range
20 to 27º C
Acoustic pressure emissions bystander (active, printing)
48 dB(A)
ENERGY STAR® qualified
Yes
What's included
Warranty
One-year, limited warranty, product exchange. Warranty and support options vary by product, country and local legal requirements.
Cable included
No, please purchase USB cable separately
What's in the box
HP Color LaserJet Pro CP1525n Printer; Preinstalled introductory 750-page black, cyan, magenta, yellow HP Color LaserJet print cartridges with ColorSphere toner; CDs containing device software and electronic documentation; Documentation (Install Guide, Support flyer, Warranty guide); power cord
Plus
HP ePrint and HP Smart Web Printing
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#1
I see someone has voted cold already. If there is a reason, please say so, otherwise it is so frustrating.

I like this printer, have been wanting to buy for a while, but didn't want to pay £200, so for me a great deal.
1 Like #2
AND...

with £45 cashback from HP. Claim with receipt.
http://h40059.www4.hp.com/savemoney/hp_laserjets.html
#3
Cartridges for these are over £60 each.
Wonder how long the introductory installed ones last for

Edited By: pipsqueak on Apr 14, 2011 14:21
1 Like #5


so with cashback ops deal is 81 quid. Better than Misco and hot


Edited By: nhskbhatia003 on Apr 14, 2011 14:32
#6
where is cheapest to buy toners from?

also is this costco deal instore only?! cheers
1 Like #7
You need to be careful which model is being referred to here.

The CP1525N is networked but does not have wifi and is included in the cashback.

The CP1525NW does have the wifi and is not included in the cashback.

Could the OP please confirm which model it is that Costco has on offer because the initial post refers to the CP1525N but seems to describe the specification of the CP1525NW.
#8
nhskbhatia003
deano25
Only £92.99 with the cashback from Misco

Better than Misco if you have a costco membership & a lot of people dont.



http://www.misco.co.uk/applications/SearchTools/item-details.asp?EdpNo=488594&CatId=1313

so with cashback ops deal is 81 quid. Better than Misco and hot

#9
Thank you stpehenashford, you are correct, it is the N model not the NW, so does NOT have Wi-Fi. Apologies for incorrect desc. OP has been corrected. However, the good news is that IT IS included in the cashback offer. So swings and roundabouts.

stephenashforth
You need to be careful which model is being referred to here.

The CP1525N is networked but does not have wifi and is included in the cashback.

The CP1525NW does have the wifi and is not included in the cashback.

Could the OP please confirm which model it is that Costco has on offer because the initial post refers to the CP1525N but seems to describe the specification of the CP1525NW.



Edited By: tpol on Apr 14, 2011 16:31: amend
#10
iwd
where is cheapest to buy toners from?

also is this costco deal instore only?! cheers


Costco only do instore sales, there is no web or telephone sales. There are lots of benefits of Costco membership, but only if you buy from them regularly.

I haven't researched where the cheapest place to get toners from as yet. LOL When I've found out, I'll post.

Edited By: tpol on Apr 14, 2011 16:23
#11


As nhskbhatia003 has mentioned, it is still CHEAPER at Costco with the cashback.
#12
Thus must be some chunky piece of kit, weighing in at over 18Kg (without packaging) !

Quick question: If I only very rarely wanted to colour print, will the colour cartidge(s) last indefinitely, with just a replacment of the B&W as and when that empties ?
#13
I've lifted this, it is not that heavy. When I read 18kg it sounded a lot, but when I lifted it, it felt quite light if I am honest.

I don't know about the cartridges lasting indefinitely if you use them rarely. HP has some strange ideas on their inkjet printers as to when you should replace the cartridges; if they follow the same logic here, it will frustrate the hell out of you. This is pure speculation as I honestly don't know.

FF99
Thus must be some chunky piece of kit, weighing in at over 18Kg (without packaging) !

Quick question: If I only very rarely wanted to colour print, will the colour cartidge(s) last indefinitely, with just a replacment of the B&W as and when that empties ?
#14
not sure whether to get this colour one or a black and white laser jet!
#15
My advice would be:
- If almost all your printing is in B&W (Mono), then a Mono Laser is for you
- If you require occasional Colour printing, then a Good Quality budget inkjet from Canon, Kodak, HP or Epson will do. Cost circa £40.
For this pattern of use, it is better to have these two printers than a Colour Laser, simply because the cost of Colour Laser Toners are so prohibitive.

If you must have colour printing that is resistant to smudging etc. and you do substantial colour printing then the Colour Laser like the one listed is your only option.

Hope that helps.

iwd
not sure whether to get this colour one or a black and white laser jet!
#16
Unless I'm missing something I think the Dell 1320CN on here a couple of days ago was a better deal. Toner for this costs substantially more than it does for the dell (remanufactured carts) and the spec is practically identical (600x600 dpi, ethernet, manual duplex). Its regular price is usually around this too (£130 something on ebuyer at the moment I believe).
#17
not sure what to do

Edited By: iwd on Apr 14, 2011 20:13: a
#18
Xeijin
Unless I'm missing something I think the Dell 1320CN on here a couple of days ago was a better deal. Toner for this costs substantially more than it does for the dell (remanufactured carts) and the spec is practically identical (600x600 dpi, ethernet, manual duplex). Its regular price is usually around this too (£130 something on ebuyer at the moment I believe).


Memory

HP128MB
Dell 64

Processor Speed

HP 600 MHz
Dell 333 MHz

For original toners, the prices are almost identical. I never buy remanufactured toners, I am sure many others don't either.

Edited By: tpol on Apr 14, 2011 20:48: .
#19
tpol
Xeijin
Unless I'm missing something I think the Dell 1320CN on here a couple of days ago was a better deal. Toner for this costs substantially more than it does for the dell (remanufactured carts) and the spec is practically identical (600x600 dpi, ethernet, manual duplex). Its regular price is usually around this too (£130 something on ebuyer at the moment I believe).


Memory

HP128MB
Dell 64

Processor Speed

HP 600 MHz
Dell 333 MHz

For original toners, the prices are almost identical. I never buy remanufactured toners, I am sure many others don't either.


Lets be honest though, increased RAM and processor speed are not going to make a massive difference unless you print huge documents (as in file size) in numerous quantities (which probably isnt the typical usage scenario for a HUKD user buying this for the home), modern print spooling generally does a good enough job of this to warrant the few seconds of delay you might experience.

As for re-manufactured toner, I think you'll find that most people use them when the option is available and financially viable, those who don't likely do not know of them. We've had the Dell 1320C (non-networked version) for 4 years now at work, every set of toner in there has been a re-manufactured cart since the originals ran out. Not had a problem so far. Unless there is some known issue I can't see any problem with using them.

If I am searching correctly, even a re-manufactured set of toners will work out as more than the price displayed here for the printer. A full set for the Dell cost £24.

The Dell also looks to be a little faster than this.

Edited By: Xeijin on Apr 14, 2011 21:21: typo
#20
Xeijin
tpol
Xeijin
Unless I'm missing something I think the Dell 1320CN on here a couple of days ago was a better deal. Toner for this costs substantially more than it does for the dell (remanufactured carts) and the spec is practically identical (600x600 dpi, ethernet, manual duplex). Its regular price is usually around this too (£130 something on ebuyer at the moment I believe).


Memory

HP128MB
Dell 64

Processor Speed

HP 600 MHz
Dell 333 MHz

For original toners, the prices are almost identical. I never buy remanufactured toners, I am sure many others don't either.


Lets be honest though, increased RAM and processor speed are not going to make a massive difference unless you print huge documents (as in file size) in numerous quantities (which probably isnt the typical usage scenario for a HUKD user buying this for the home), modern print spooling generally does a good enough job of this to warrant the few seconds of delay you might experience.

As for re-manufactured toner, I think you'll find that most people use them when the option is available and financially viable, those who don't likely do not know of them. We've had the Dell 1320C (non-networked version) for 4 years now at work, every set of toner in there has been a re-manufactured cart since the originals ran out. Not had a problem so far. Unless there is some known issue I can't see any problem with using them.

If I am searching correctly, even a re-manufactured set of toners will work out as more than the price displayed here for the printer. A full set for the Dell cost £24.

The Dell also looks to be a little faster than this.


You made a comparison, which I don't think is fair. In terms of specification the HP is of a higher spec. Whether most HUKD users would benefit from this increased spec. is another point entirely. The Dell is at least four year old technology, the HP is about six months old.

I never presumed most people use original toners, I am happy to concede most people may use remanufactured, as I have no evidence to the contrary. I've used remanufactured toners twice and remanufactured inks twice; on every occasion I was extremely disappointed with the difference in quality. That is not to say that most people may have a different experience than mine.

On a like for like comparison the HP is better value. However, clearly the Dell has its merits.
1 Like #21
Unlike the DELL this printer is not GDI based so the processor on the printer is actually used to render the data (through Postscript 3 and PCL 5/6).

The biggest win there is that the printer will have much better non-windows support for those of us using Linux and OSX.
#22
tpol
Xeijin
tpol
Xeijin
Unless I'm missing something I think the Dell 1320CN on here a couple of days ago was a better deal. Toner for this costs substantially more than it does for the dell (remanufactured carts) and the spec is practically identical (600x600 dpi, ethernet, manual duplex). Its regular price is usually around this too (£130 something on ebuyer at the moment I believe).


Memory

HP128MB
Dell 64

Processor Speed

HP 600 MHz
Dell 333 MHz

For original toners, the prices are almost identical. I never buy remanufactured toners, I am sure many others don't either.


Lets be honest though, increased RAM and processor speed are not going to make a massive difference unless you print huge documents (as in file size) in numerous quantities (which probably isnt the typical usage scenario for a HUKD user buying this for the home), modern print spooling generally does a good enough job of this to warrant the few seconds of delay you might experience.

As for re-manufactured toner, I think you'll find that most people use them when the option is available and financially viable, those who don't likely do not know of them. We've had the Dell 1320C (non-networked version) for 4 years now at work, every set of toner in there has been a re-manufactured cart since the originals ran out. Not had a problem so far. Unless there is some known issue I can't see any problem with using them.

If I am searching correctly, even a re-manufactured set of toners will work out as more than the price displayed here for the printer. A full set for the Dell cost £24.

The Dell also looks to be a little faster than this.


You made a comparison, which I don't think is fair. In terms of specification the HP is of a higher spec. Whether most HUKD users would benefit from this increased spec. is another point entirely. The Dell is at least four year old technology, the HP is about six months old.

I never presumed most people use original toners, I am happy to concede most people may use remanufactured, as I have no evidence to the contrary. I've used remanufactured toners twice and remanufactured inks twice; on every occasion I was extremely disappointed with the difference in quality. That is not to say that most people may have a different experience than mine.

On a like for like comparison the HP is better value. However, clearly the Dell has its merits.


I don't think age of the technology has anything to do with it personally, my old HP LaserJet 4000n is still running well (B&W only). I had quality problems with re-manufactured carts before, however this was with an inkjet printer.

Overall I guess it's not a bad deal, but I think with any printer purchase it is sensible to factor in the cost of carts and with all the advantages these are still very high with the HP. I think this is an important issue for most HUKD users.

iserlohn
Unlike the DELL this printer is not GDI based so the processor on the printer is actually used to render the data (through Postscript 3 and PCL 5/6).

The biggest win there is that the printer will have much better non-windows support for those of us using Linux and OSX.


A good point, but there are official OSX drivers for this printer. For Linux I believe you can use the PPD from the OSX drivers or download drivers for the Fuji Xerox Docuprint 525, of which the Dell is an OEM clone. Bit of faffing around for Linux I guess, but there are guides online.



Edited By: Xeijin on Apr 14, 2011 23:27
#23
Does the expiry of this offer include today? Or am I too late?
#24
I think that the offer has expired: at least in terms of the HP Cashback. I think today is the last day for the Costco discount. Sorry, I don't have the Discount Book in front of me, so can;t confirm 100%, but I do think Costco offers normally end on a Sunday.

Edited By: tpol on May 01, 2011 14:10
#25
Went along and got one at this price, so many thanks to OP :-)

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