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Brother HL-5250DNT Network Ready Laser Printer with 2nd Paper Tray

Brother HL-5250DNT Network Ready Laser Printer with 2nd Paper Tray
Brother HL-5250DNT Network Ready Laser Printer with 2nd Paper Tray


Product Added : January 12th, 2013
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Brother HL-5250DNT Network Ready Laser Printer with 2nd Paper Tray


Brother HL-5250DNT Network Ready Laser Printer with 2nd Paper Tray

The HL-5250DNT is a 30ppm network-ready laser printer that features 550-sheet input capacity. For offices and small workgroups that need additional paper capacity, it is a smart and versatile choice.

  • Prints up to 30ppm
  • 550-sheet standard paper capacity, expandable
  • Built-in internal Ethernet print server
  • Duplex capability for two-sided printing
  • Up to 1200x1200dpi resolution

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What customers say about Brother HL-5250DNT Network Ready Laser Printer with 2nd Paper Tray?

  1. 13 of 13 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Doesn’t get any better, July 16, 2007
    By 
    Daniel Limbach “Reader, writer, gadget guy” (Algonquin, IL United States) –
    (REAL NAME)
      

    This review is from: Brother HL-5250DNT Network Ready Laser Printer with 2nd Paper Tray (Office Product)

    I performed an exhaustive search for the right mono laser printer. I landed the Brother HL-5250DNT, and I couldn’t be happier.

    Here’s what I was looking for during my search.

    1) Speed (first page and pages per minute)
    2) Image quality
    3) Economic consumables
    4) Connectivity (USB and parallel minimum, networkable a plus)
    5) Expandability
    6) Duplex printing a big plus
    7) Size – nothing too huge
    8) Quiet

    Here’s what I got.

    1) I am amazed at how fast this printer is. It prints the first page almost immediately. Wakes up from sleep mode instantly and prints quickly. Great PPM speed.
    2) Excellent quality text and graphics. Photos print out very well with no banding.
    3) Toner cartridge has good page rating (3,500 @ 5%) and replacements are relatively inexpensive. High yield cart is about $50 for 7,000 pages @ 5%.
    4) Comes with USB, parallel, and Ethernet – the triple play
    5) Expandability – it already comes with a second paper tray (about $50 more than the model without the tray. Separately, the tray is about $120) Holds an amazing 550 pages. Also accepts up to 512MB additional memory in easy access slot.
    6) I fell in love with duplex printing. I keep duplex on all the time. Cuts paper use almost in half (some printouts have odd number of pages to print).
    7) Nice footprint. Fits nicely on desktop. Solid, but not very heavy.
    8) Zero noise in sleep mode. Much quieter than my Minolta when printing. Love it.

    I was impressed at how easy it was to set up. Load the Vista drivers (yes, a Vista CD is included), plug in the printer, and you’re golden. Printed flawlessly the first time. Setup program let me designate the second paper tray. Just make sure you load the CD before you hook up the printer. Lots of flexibility with setup options. Driver/utilities do not take up a large amount of disk space. Much better than HP software clogging up the system.

    Regarding page curl, I am using a basic 20lb paper (Boise) and the page curl is marginal. Definitely not annoying. In fact, lie the paper flat after printing, and it flattens out quickly. Very slight curl on premium 24lb paper (Hammermill).

    If you need to print large docs, this printer is definitely a workhorse. Over several years, the price difference between this and a “personal” laser printer will be insignificant. Go with the solid workhorse and don’t look back.

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  2. 7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Networking Brother HL-5250DNT, November 6, 2006
    By 
    Larry M. Kohse
    (REAL NAME)
      

    This review is from: Brother HL-5250DNT Network Ready Laser Printer with 2nd Paper Tray (Office Product)

    First printer I received would not feed from second tray, emailed Amazon.com and they sent me a whole new printer pronto, excellent service. The new printer worked fine from both trays. Quite easy to set up printer and network, easy to install on all work-stations, works well though sensitive to cheaper laser paper, but very easy to fix paper jams. Very good value for money. Would buy another one.

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  3. 9 of 11 people found the following review helpful
    3.0 out of 5 stars
    Fast, but flawed, July 29, 2006
    By 
    James K. Kim (Irvine, CA) –
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    This review is from: Brother HL-5250DNT Network Ready Laser Printer with 2nd Paper Tray (Office Product)

    I was looking for a fast, reliable, networkable printer with duplexing. This Brother HL seemed to fit the bill perfectly. However, after using it for awhile, I would have bought another printer.

    It is really fast, and prints jobs quickly with little or no delay. But, it has bad paper curl after the first 20 prints. I’ve tried several thicknesses of paper, but it continues to output curled pages after it heats up.

    Also, it has a manual feed that only accepts about 15-20 pages, what a pain! I wouldn’t need the manual feed as much if it would actually duplex pages, but the manual informed me (after my purchase, of course) that duplexing only works in a Windows environment. Oh well.

    In Sum, this is a fast, inexpensive printer with adequate output quality, but the curl, manual feed, and duplexing issues are problematic.

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