HP Laserjet 2420 Driver Download, Guide Setup, Manual, Software Utility & Getting Started Setup For Windows, Linux & Mac. –The HP Laserjet 2420 Driver, offers a lot more than you can expect from its small size. Weighing in just 33.5 pounds and taking up only 10.2 by 16.7 by 15.7 inches (HWD), it’s light enough for one person to move around and small enough to sit on your desk. But inside the box is a 30-page (ppm) engine that cranks out paper faster than most other printers, including some with faster engine ratings. Physical setup is more like setting up a small personal laser than like setting up a typical 30-ppm behemoth; a single cartridge holds both the toner and drum. The network and driver installation are even more comfortable, thanks to HP’s Slick installation routine, which takes care of most of the processes for you.
The HP Laserjet 2420 Driver, can expand to fit some business needs. If you plan to share this printer with more than one computer, HP produces mono laser printers ranging from small personal devices up to massive departmental behemoths. The LaserJet 2420 sits some way above the personals and is a fast office or small workgroup device. This model isn’t enabled for network use, though you can add various cable and wireless options as needed. The price seems high for a non-network printer, but it is mostly down to the machine’s claimed speed, which at up to 28ppm is very good for this class of devices. The printer also has a duplexing unit as a standard so that it can print on both sides of the paper in a single job.
Most laser printers are boxier than most. Colored in pale and dark gray and highlighted with orange and green buttons, it’ll fit in well with most office décor. Paper feeds from a 250-sheet tray that slides out from the front bottom of the printer and delivers printed pages to indent in the top surface. A second, optional tray, holding 500 sheets, can be fitted under the printer.
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