- built in ethernet
HP LaserJet 2300n Printer
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- Up to 25 ppm
- 1,200 x 1,200 dpi maximum resolution
- 266 MHz internal processor, 40 MB RAM, expandable to 304 MB
- Internal Fast Ethernet print server
- USB and parallel interfaces; PC and Mac compatible
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Able to handle a wide variety of media, including labels, plain paper, card stock, envelopes, transparencies, and more, this versatile printer also supports paper sizes up to 8.5 by 14 inches. A 250-sheet input tray and 100-sheet multi-purpose tray come standard, while the internal 256 MHz processor helps provide print times of up to 25 ppm, with a time-to-first-print of around 10 seconds.
Weighing just over 31 pounds, the 2300N has a footprint of 16.2 by 17.7 inches and emits around 67 dB of noise during normal printing. The 110 V (50/60 Hz) AC power supply consumes approximately 426 W of power during operation and around 9.6 W during standby.
Fully networkable, the 2300N provides a number of standard connectivity options, including USB and parallel ports, while an internal Fast Ethernet print server makes hooking up to existing networks a snap. PC and Mac compatible, the 2300N also comes backed with a one-year limited warranty.
What's in the Box
HP LaserJet 2300n printer, power cord, print cartridge, 100-sheet multipurpose tray, 250-sheet input tray, getting started guide, CD ROM with Microsoft Windows installer, Macintosh installer, HP PCL 5e and HP PCL 6 (Microsoft Windows 95, 98, Me, NT, 2000, XP), HP PostScript 3 Printer Description files (Macintosh), Printer dialog Extensions (Macintosh), HP LaserJet Utility (Macintosh), documentation
Top Customer Reviews
When not in use, the 2300n goes into a power-down mode which is silent and makes it seem to be turned off except that an indicator light lets you know it's still on. Send a print job to it while powered down and it immediately springs to life and processes the task just as if it had not been powered down at all. This is a great feature because the machine does not wear itself out whirring away, making noise and using energy as the IIID does when not turned off.
The 2300n is fast. The IIID's speed of 8ppm was considered fast when I bought it, but after getting used to 25ppm, I'd hate to give it up. The 2300n prints at a pace I associate more with photocopiers.
My IIID had excellent print quality until last year, about 11 years after I bought it. The output has become dirty. It needs cleaning and servicing, but that's not practical now, especially considering that I live far from a service center and my 12 year-old IIID printer weighs 75 pounds.
By comparison, the thirty-one pound 2300n is much easier to lift and move. I also like the fact that it takes up much less space than the IIID does, and it doesn't have those paper trays protruding out of it. The paper is nicely tucked away inside, where it should be, in an easy to open drawer.Read more ›