The above pictures are of an HP Laserjet 4300. It prints up to 45 pages per minute, and can accept up to legal size paper.
I just replaced all the rollers in it, and it has a brand new toner cartridge in it. Life expectancy of the toner cartridge is 18000 pages. Fuser life left is 113000 pages. Printer appears to have been well maintained during its life, and only has 87432 pages on it. Thats not even a small percentage of its expected lifespan. (It is not uncommon to see these with 2 or 3 million pages on them.)
This printer has parallel port only. I have adapters that turn usb into parallel (these are just 10.00.) The other option is I can install a HP JetDirect card for an additional 25.00, so you can connect to your network.
I have many other HP Laserjets, ranging from 50.00 to 1100.00. The more expensive ones are the very large copier sized floor models, which include a 3000 sheet sorter/stacker/stapler.
Also available is a Xerox Phaser 6300n color laser printer. It prints color at up to 36 pages per minute. I just installed a brand new 2nd tray that holds an additional 550 sheets.
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