This is a New, not refurbished HP LaserJet Pro P1606dn Laser Printer, with a new modified MICR toner cartridge with Advantage MICR Toner. We normally sell the new MICR toner cartridge for this printer for $120. Note HP equips the P1606dn with a starter cartridge which only holds half the toner of a new CE278A toner cartridge, this starter cartridge is rated at 1,100 pages versus 2,100.
A New Modified MICR Toner Cartridge - is an New HP toner cartridge that
has been retrofitted with Advantage MICR toner. After retrofitting with
Advantage MICR toner, this is considered a non-HP product.
What makes this printer great is it's fast speed, networking and duplexing capability in an inexpensive package. This is perfect printer for the home office.
Advantage Laser Products Quick Specs.
Suggested Use: Home, Single User Light-Medium Office
Recommended Monthly Volume: 250 to 2,000 pages
Monthly Duty Cycle: 8,000 pages
Maximum Pages Per Minute: 26
Toner Cost Per Page: 3.5 cents
MICR Toner Cost Per Page: 5.7 cents
Warranty: 1 Year
Technicians Review: The P1606dn series is the least expensive duplexing network printer HP has ever offered. Overall these printers are of very good quality, for a low end printer. We don’t see very many repair jobs on these models past the initial 1 year HP warranty. Mostly because when they do break after the first year, customers choose to buy a newer model rather than fix the old one. The cost per page is relatively high compared to some higher end printers, even when using remanufactured cartridges. These printers are a good solution if you want laser quality at home, or need a desk top printer for a very light user. Expect these units to be good for up to 100,000 pages.
Connectivity: 1 Hi-Speed USB 2.0; 10/100 Ethernet networking
USB Cable: NOT Included
Supported Operating Systems:
Microsoft® Windows® 7 (32-bit/64-bit), Windows Vista® (32-bit/64-bit),
Windows® XP (32-bit/64-bit), Windows® Server 2008 (32-bit/64-bit),
Windows® Server 2003 (32-bit/64-bit), Mac OS X v 10.4, v 10.5, v 10.6,
Linux (see http://www.hplip.net for current), Unix
TrueType MICR Font, not included. Note, while this printer does support PCL5e, this printer is a host based printer and does not have the capacity to store a physical font device like some of the higher end printers. But any Windows based TrueType MICR font will work great. Click here for our TrueType MICR Font.