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|Item model number||113500R|
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HP Premium Choice Laserjet, 32lb, 8.5 x 11-inch Letter, 250 Sheets / 1 Pack , (113500) Made In The US
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I did a lot of research back when I first started to find the heaviest, whitest paper I could find. At the time, this one was advertised as being made for things like calendars. I bought a pack and was delighted when it arrived.
Since then, HP has changed the look of the packaging, the details in the description, and for this SKU, halved the number of pages from 500 to 250. They also halved the price, so it clearly isn't intended to defraud people. My guess is that a lot of this paper is sold for special projects, like the calendar, for example, and people don't need or want 500 pages. It is also extremely heavy, thick paper so 500 pages is a large, heavy package to deal with.
For me, this is an improvement because I can buy less at a time. It is not a good idea to have a lot of paper sitting around unused as it will naturally absorb moisture from the air, which results in curling and sticking. This particular paper is very resistant to this due to the heavy weight, but I still recommend not buying too much at once. If you decide to buy a lot of it, keep it in a cardboard box with the lid on as this will help keep the moisture away from the paper.
This paper is so heavy that it is very noticeable. Handing someone a sheet of it adds a measure of importance to it, whether it is a resume or your grandmother's marinara recipe. Smooth, even, and perfectly cut. I've never had one jam in my printer like the cheap thin stuff that starts curling even before being added to the printer tray.
The paper color is incredibly white and reflects a ton of light. Put it next to something you thought was white and it makes it look dingy in comparison. I've never seen any paper whiter or brighter than this.
It comes in a plastic cellophane package, which does a good job of protecting the stack of paper inside. Be careful not to drop it, though, as the weight could easily crush a corner and damage it.
In my view, this is the perfect printer paper, and my plan is to keep buying it until the sad day comes when it is discontinued. Hopefully, that will never happen.
Sean Logue, 2017
Its brightness number is listed on the package as 100 on a scale of 0 to 100, as measured at a single wavelength of light. Whiteness, measured across a range of wavelengths is listed at 163. Going by an explanatory document from Xerox on paper properties, the higher the number, the whiter it will appear. (I'd give the link, but Amazon does not allow external links.) The same document has this to say:
"If you are buying papers for monochrome (black and white) printing and copying – you can purchase based on either whiteness or brightness. Your decision to buy based on either characteristic should be driven by your personal preference for the contrast that is created between the black toner and the white paper.
If you are buying papers for color printing – make sure you are taking shade and whiteness into consideration. With the color printing process – the interaction between the inks or toners with the shade of the paper will determine whether the images on the page appear as one would expect, (i.e., skin tones looking natural, food looking real, etc.)."
What I can see comparing this to a standard sheet of copier paper by holding both up to a light is that the Premium Choice has a much more uniform density and color; the copier paper shows a coarser visual texture with more obvious fibers. The premium paper is also slightly heavier, though I wouldn't go so far as to call it card stock. While this won't be apparent to the casual eye without a side by side comparison, printing color graphics on the Premium Choice should give the colors a better appearance, making them a bit more vivid.
If you're trying to get a professional look for a special report, it may be worth getting this paper for your final prints. It's certainly worth having some of this paper on hand. I have both color inkjet printers and a color laser printer. I look forward to using this paper - it's promised to work well with all kinds of printers.
UPDATE: Since getting this paper to review, I've had the chance to make some color prints using it in my color laser printer. While it doesn't quite compare to printing photos with an inkjet on photo paper, the quality is still quite good, and much better than it would be on standard copier paper. One of the graphics I printed was a bit of scanned artwork done in colored pencils; for that it was really a good match. It's worth keeping some of this paper on hand for print jobs with color graphics. If you've never tried something like this paper, you don't know what you're missing.
I'm thinking the optimum uses for this would be important documents that require longevity, & graphics that aren't photos. It would also be very good for cd & dvd cover art.
I printed a couple photos on my Epson. I found the optimum setting was plain white paper; I preferred the results by a mile over matte photo paper.
One other point, there is quite a bit of curling (more than just the edge) for a paper this heavy; apparently it really isn't optimized for the quantity of ink even from a photo printed in normal mode.
It's also quite pricey; as other reviewers pointed out, not only is the price high; but most reams are 500 sheets, this is only 250; so the real price is 4+ times what the average 24 lb paper is.
I'd give it 4 stars with a lower price.
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when using a laser printer. I even use this for photos because although it’s not photo paper it comes out very well.