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HP Color LaserJet 3600n Laser Printer Review

Read a review of the HP Color LaserJet 3600n Laser Printer.

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Introduction

The HP Color LaserJet 3600n is a small hulk of a laser printer yielding very fast print times and quality black-and-white and rich color documents. The 3600n has a minimal user interface, but it boasts an extensive menu. It also has easily replaceable toner cartridges. The $549 price tag makes it a bit more expensive than others in its class. The Lexmark C534n, for example, is $50 less and boasts twice the standard memory, resolution, and estimated duty cycle. It also has a speedier processor than the HP 3600n. Another competitor, the Brother HL-2700CN retails for $499 and has the same memory as the 3600n, but it prints at a higher resolution and slightly slower processor speeds.

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Sections

  1. Introduction
  2. Setup / Drivers and Software
  3. Document Performance
  4. Photo Performance
  5. Tour & Components
  6. Design & Interface
  7. Inks / Toner
  8. Print Settings / Options
  9. Connectivity
  10. Overall Impressions / Ease
  11. Conclusion
  12. Specs
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