HP LaserJet® 5P Printer Review
The HP LaserJet 5P printer is mainly for individual users and small work groups. HP LaserJet 5P printer has 600×600 dpi resolution. It prints up to six pages per minute. It has two trays for holding 350 pages. The Printer has a infrared port for wireless printing. Two parallel ports for connecting with wired network. The HP LaserJet 5P printer has a 12000 page of duty Cycle.
The HP LaserJet 5P printer is a user-friendly machine. 5 status panels light indicate the current status of the printer. It has the two trays to fill papers needed. The HP LaserJet 5P printer is equipped with a IrDA Compliant port that allows wireless data transition. The HP LaserJet 5P printer allows wired connection to your PC. It can print a large variety of fonts with HP enhanced PCL5 printer language.
The HP LaserJet 5P printer offers a high quality printing with 600 × 600 dpi resolution and variety of font type. 120 levels of gray and enhanced grayscale allow you to print photo-like images and two trays help to print without changing trays for filling. The infrared connectivity allows to transfer files without connecting a wire. Adobe PostScript Level 2 printer language allows you to print in environment like Windows. Resource saving facility and I/O buffering facility adds to the performance of the printer.
FIVE –Â Performance
The HP LaserJet 5P printer provides enhanced performance with Motorola MCF5102 processor 2 MB of standard memory. It Print 6 pages per minute with a resolution of 600 × 600 dpi. It can print 12000 pages per month. HP LaserJet 5P printer takes no time to warm up. It prints the first page in 26 seconds.
FOUR –Â Interface connections
The HP LaserJet 5P printer allows you to connect with Infrared connections. Through Infrared you can transfer 115 K bites per seconds. You can transfer data at a distance of 3 feet. The HP LaserJet 5P printer has two IEEE-1284-compliant parallel ports and one localTalk port at the back of the printer. The parallel connection offers a 2 MB pr seconds transfer data.
The status panel consists of two buttons and four status light. Go button helps to give instruction to print in on mode and Reset button clears the incomplete job and erases the errors. Four status light indicates the current status of the printer. Four lights are Error for indicates errors, Tray1 and Tray2 for empty tray, data light indicates the printer is printing; ready light indicate printer receives the data and IR ports indicates infrared connection.
Resource saving ability of HP LaserJet 5P printer stores certain details like soft fonts, symbol sets, macros and user defined graphic patterns. Through this facility we can go to PCL mode to post script mode without changing any settings in PCL.
The HP LaserJet 5P printer has the I/O buffering facility that store jobs files while printing documents. The I/O buffering facility helps the user to send jobs while printer is running. The standard printer has approximately 10 kb of memory allocated and the user can adjust the memory allocation for I/O buffering.
The HP LaserJet 5P printer is a very useful printer for individuals and small work groups. It will give you high performance with professional printing. Infrared port enables wireless printing through a IrDA supported device.