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Brother HL4150CDN Color Laser Printer with Duplex and Networking

Brother HL4150CDN Color Laser Printer with Duplex and Networking
Brother HL4150CDN Color Laser Printer with Duplex and Networking


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Brother HL4150CDN Color Laser Printer with Duplex and Networking


Brother HL4150CDN Color Laser Printer with Duplex and Networking

The hl-4150cdn is a high-performance, network-ready color laser printer ideal for offices or small workgroups. it produces brilliant, high-quality output at an impressive print speed of up to 25 pages per minute in color and black. it features automatic duplex printing for two-sided documents and produces impactful color business documents at up to 2400 x 600 dpi resolution. also, high-yield replacement toner cartridges are available.

  • Up to 25ppm color and black printing
  • Automatic duplex printing
  • Up to 2400 x 600 dpi resolution
  • 10/100 Base-TX Ethernet and Hi-Speed USB 2.0
  • High-yield 6000-page black and 3500-page color replacement toner cartridges available

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  1. 133 of 135 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Greatest Value in Color Laser, December 21, 2010
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    Samuel M. Stone “ninghaoma” (Paramus, NJ United States) –
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    This is the 4th color laser I’ve owned. The first two were Konica-Minolta. They were among the first affordable ones in the market (still expensive) and one of them, Magicolor 2300dl, does a decent job considering the technology of its time. The second and smaller one, Magicolor 2400, died in a couple of year and was slow. The third one is HP 2025, which is much smaller (of course still much bigger than color inkject printers.) and it prints duplex. But it takes an hour to print a full page double-sided color brochure. Even though the color output is vibrant, the speed is miserable. So if I want 10 copies of full color image, I have to let it print over night. I will use these printers until their drum lives end, and will sell or give away instead of spending more money on them.

    One main feature I want out of a color laser is duplex printing. I decided to try Brother HL-4150CDN because it was sold for $250 on Amazon.com (surprised to see the price went up to $370 after I bought). It has duplex printing and claimed to be fast. Well, it is fast, the fastest of all color printers I have every owned. Even though it is loud when it prints, you hear only a few seconds of noise and then it’s completely quiet.

    One star was removed because of the color. It is dry, unlike the shiny output from the HP. I don’t really mind the dry color. The real problem is the colors being too dark. I tried some adjustment on the configuration and it has improved but still darker than the original, or HP output. That also means I am consuming more toner. I’ve got it for a week, and I don’t think I have printed so much, but the yellow toner is show half left.

    I am trying to figure out color calibration, which I’ve never needed to do with my previous printers. I hope it helps. There is a toner saving mode, I can’t find how to set it yet, but I hope that helps. Maybe at the toner saving mode it will give me a lighter but correct colors.

    –Update—
    The yellow color showing half full was not correct. It shows that way when you look at the printer admin page from the browser, but the digital window on the printer shows full. I did a calibration, but it appears to be perfectly calibrated from the factory. I set the printer to “Toner Saving” mode and set the frequency to “Low” (I don’t know what this means). Then the color has lightened but still a little darker than the HP out put.

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  2. 84 of 87 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    rock solid, November 10, 2010
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    This review is from: Brother HL4150CDN Color Laser Printer with Duplex and Networking (Office Product)

    I bought this printer 1 week ago. As per one of the other reviewers, this unit has some heft to it. It comes with full cartridges, not starter cartridges. The color and sharpness are excellent. I’ve been using a monochrome HP 1020 laserjet for the last few years. there’s a definite improvement in the sharpness of the text. When the machine comes out of its sleep mode, it is louder than I anticipated, and was even a bit shocked at first. Also, it takes about 15 sec to print its first page. I got this for about $280 through Staples and am pleased with the price paid and the performance of this unit. I expect many years of use, which is strictly in the home setting. Setup was simple. This is networked to my home network though an ethernet cable. I have 1 computer running Window 7 and 2 others running Win XP home. all of them found the printer on the network without any glitches. It was much easier to set up than trying to “share” a non-networked printer. I gave it 4 stars because of the noise level. In fairness, I have nothing to compare it to in its class. For the money paid, I think this is a better built unit than the HP 2025, which also costs more, and the cartridges for the HP cost twice as much as the Brother, though there is no drum to replace in the HP since the drum function is built into each cartridge, hence its price. A new drum for this brother runs about $150 but i don’t expect that it’ll need replacing for few years or so. I can live with that! Hope this helps

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  3. 45 of 46 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    so far, so good!, November 3, 2010
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    vaaesthete (Virginia USA) –
    This review is from: Brother HL4150CDN Color Laser Printer with Duplex and Networking (Office Product)

    This is a new printer from Brother and I was a little nervous because there were no reviews for it. Bought this printer locally for $299 plus a $50 trade-in, bringing my price to a very reasonable $250 plus tax. First, it is a sizable printer, so you need some room for it. It is also fairly heavy, which hopefully implies a more substantial product. None of the parts, such as the paper tray or manual feed extension, feel flimsy at all. Setup instructions were trivial and I was printing in under 30 minutes, including assigning an IP address.

    I used the CD to install the print drivers on two windows 7 machines and they installed successfully with no issues. The printer comes with four starter cartridges and the print quality is very sharp, IMO.

    I will provide additional updates as I use this printer more, but after 7 days and 100 pages of printing, I am extremely pleased with this printer!

    Update – 1/19/2011. Machine continues to operate well. I guess Brother must have changed their toners to full toners (or Office Depot had a different SKU with starter cartridges). Either way, I definitely got starter cartridges included with mine. I haven’t printed much since the first review, but I am now replacing toner cartridges. I have about 125 pages printed and all of the color cartridges are blinking (meaning low cartridge). And yes, I was stunned to see that the replacement high yield cartridges are retailing at ~$120 each! I just bought four off of ebay for about $85 each, which is still not cheap. However, these cartridges are rated at 3,500 pages (and 6,000 for the black), which works out to about $.09 per page for toner. If they last this long, then this will be a pretty good deal. If you are going to buy this printer, check to see if you are getting full cartridges! It’s worth paying a bit more for the printer, IMO.
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