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Overview

The HP laserjet 3015 has high printing volume, additional multipurpose features like scanning, fax and photocopying that make it an ideal small office printer machine.

Pros & Cons

Pros

  • Up to 40 ppm speeds that ensure high productivity

  • The 2 Paper trays can manage high volume load

  • The 100-sheet multipurpose tray can be used without needing to unload paper from the main tray for smaller printing purposes

Cons

  • No wireless connectivity that has become standard in newer models

Description

Key Features

The HP Laserjet 3015 uses an automatic document feeder called ADF format that is an efficient multi-handling command system that ensures users do not need to repeat paper feeding and simply set various functions like scanning, fax, photocopying and printing together to a stack of papers. First page out black on A4 paper is as fast as 7.5 sec that can save precious time but also minimizes possibilities for errors in executing complex work tasks and assignments.

The drawbacks to the model are that it is a sheet-fed scanner only making it limited to deliver other functions. One duty cycle of A4 paper for a month can be up to 100,000 pages. The printing quality of graphics is average and unable to provide high definition resolutions. The HP LaserJet 3015 All-in-One offers the technology of laser printing but the scanner is not sophisticated enough to clearly copy images that are low resolution. Laserjet printers are ideal for text-based printing and are considered a business or office printer.

Specifications

Copier Type Digital
Printing Technology Laser (Monochrome)
Monthly Duty Cycle (max) 7000 impressions
Memory 32 MB
Power Consumption Standby 7 Watt
Power Consumption Operational 260 Watt
Microsoft Certifications Certified for Windows Vista
Max Printing Resolution Up to 1200 x 1200 dpi
Max Printing Speed Up to 15 ppm
Max Copying Speed Up to 15 ppm
Max Copying Resolution Up to 600 x 600 dpi
Media types Paper (bond, colour, letterhead, plain, preprinted,  recycled, rough); envelopes; labels; cardstock; transparencies; user-defined
Connectivity Wired
Hi-Speed USB 2.0
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