Though not as sexy as their color cousins, monochrome printers are still an attractive solution for many consumers. The compact HP Laserjet Mf multifunction device is ideal for producing text documents quickly and can affordably perform many duties necessary for a small business: copying, faxing, duplex printing, and scanning. The laser-based Mf is about as wide and deep as a conventional ink-jet multifunction device, but is about twice as tall. The exterior is a standard plain gray hue, and its interface is riddled with simple buttons and a small LED screen. The device connects to your Mac via USB 2.

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An extension of the humble fax machine, these multifunctions use a feed-through fax head and take up a lot less space on the desk. It does have a small desktop footprint, but to achieve this there are three flimsy input and output trays. You need to position the machine where you can be sure no one will knock it as they walk past. At the bottom is a mono laser printer with a sheet paper tray sticking out the front and a sheet, multi-purpose feed set in the tray lid for special media.

Output from this print engine feeds to a projecting plastic tray, with a telescoping extension and flip-up paper stop to take finished pages. Now, think of a typical desktop fax machine which feeds paper from a tray at the back to another at the front and fit this on top of the laser printer. The scanner input tray can take up to 30 sheets and the output tray fits directly above the output from the printer. The control panel is largely based on its fax function, with 10 quick-dial memories, as well as a number pad for less regularly used calls.

The scanner section of the machine folds up to provide access to the slot-in drum and toner cartridge, which slides a long way into the depths of the machine. The scanner is an LED-lit, colour device, with a resolution of up to ppi and can be used for direct scanning of images or text.

HP claims a print speed of up to 18ppm and in our speed tests we saw a speed of This is quite close to the headline figure and is a good result. In other words, it gives clean, sharp text from its 1,dpi engine and characters look smooth and clean, even at small point sizes. Greyscale graphics are also quite presentable, though dark greys can look patchy and there is some evidence of banding, though not that noticeable.

Copying text via the scanner produces a fair result, though the intensity of the black print is diminished. Darker tones show increasing breakup and text over the top of dark grey hues is hard to read. Default scans are light on yellow and not as sharp as from typical flatbeds in the same price range.

Although there are some machines with a higher black print cost, for example the Samsung ML , the more typical cost is around 1. Unfortunately, although it prints and copies quickly and is easy to maintain, print costs are high; almost double those from some other models.


HP LaserJet MFPs and printers

Users only need to install this software, then follow the next steps as shown on the monitor screen. Which can make it easier for users to print, Scan and Copy to devices wirelessly Wi-Fi. Determine in advance the name for the network and the password that you will use 2. Step 2: Connect the device to the wireless network A Wireless Setup Wizard provide easy way for set up and manage the wireless connect for your printer.


HP LaserJet M1319f

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