The device, HP’s smallest LaserJet offering, is a black and white printer best-suited for printing text files and simple graphics. It is largely targeted at individual users who are looking for an affordable monochrome laser printer with pretty decent features.
So what can you expect from the HP LaserJet P1007? Well, for starters, the device can spit out documents at a speed of up to 14 pages per minute (ppm), with a ‘First Page Out Time’ of less than 8.5 seconds. Powered by a 266MHz processor, the printer can print various sizes of paper–A4, A5, A6, B5 (no A3, however)–at a maximum resolution of 600 x 600 dots per inch (dpi).
hp laserjet p1007 printer photo
Photo: HP LaserJet P1007 Printer
Measuring 347 x 224 x 194mm (width x depth x height) and weighing 4.7kg, this HP laser printer is equipped with a 150-sheet input tray and a 100-sheet face-down output bin. The device has a ‘Duty cycle’ (the maximum number of pages per month of imaged output) of up to 5000 A4 pages. However, there is no auto duplex feature that allows non-manual printing on both sides of a paper.
Carrying a limited warranty of 1 year, the HP LaserJet P1007 offers an onboard memory of 2MB, with connectivity option coming in the form of a Hi-Speed USB 2.0 port. Those of you looking for any Wi-Fi, Ethernet, Infrared, or Bluetooth access points, as well as a hard disk, will be disappointed.
Minimum system requirements for this HP laser printer, which boasts an ENERGY STAR certification, include Windows 2000/Windows XP Home/Windows XP Professional/Windows Vista(R) Ready, alongside 120MB of free hard disk space, a CD-ROM drive and a USB port.