HP CP3525DN Color LaserJet Printer

rate 3.9
  • Brand: HP
  • Category: Printer
  • black print speed up to: 30 ppm
  • max resolution: 1200 x 600 dpi

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The HP CP3525DN is a high-performance printer that lets you print professional quality brochures, newsletters, postcards, and flyers. You get amazing speed in this HP workgroup printer as it prints color and black pages at the speed of 30ppm. With ImageREt 3600 color, this HP laser printer enhances your image so that you can get great quality printouts for brochures and flyers. The HP CP3525DN has a print resolution of 600dpi that allows you to get clear and crisp output. With a maximum input capacity of 850 sheets and maximum output capacity upto 250, this HP workgroup printer can be used in the large offices. The highly rated toner cartridges in this HP laser printer give you clear output and sharp looking pages.

  • Color LaserJet Printer with Automatic 2 Sided Printing
  • Print Speed Black and White and Color: Up to 30 ppm, Letter
  • Hi Speed USB 2.0 Port for Easy Direct Connections
  • EIO Expansion Slot for Optional Networking, storage, and Connectivity Options
  • HP Jetdirect Gigabit Ethernet Embedded Print Server
Product Identifiers
Brand HP
Model LaserJet CP3525DN
UPC 0883585891818, 883585891887, 883585891948, 883585891979
Printer Type Workgroup Printer
Technology Laser
Output Type Color
Black print speed up to 30 ppm
Max Resolution (BW) 1200 x 600 dpi
Color print speed up to 30 ppm
Max Resolution (Color) 1200 x 600 dpi
Platform IBM, Linux, Mac, Novell Netware, PC, Sun, Unix
Technical Features
Extend Printer Technology Laser
Computer Operating System Apple MacOS X 10.3.9, Apple MacOS X 10.5, Microsoft Windows Server 2008, Microsoft Windows Vista x64
First Page Out Time 6 Seconds
Interface EIO, Ethernet (RJ-45), USB 2.0
Form Factor Desktop, Stationary
Duplex Printout Optional
Media Type Brochures, Plain Paper, Postcards, Text
Max Media Size Legal (216 x 356 mm, 8.5 x 14")
Media Capacity 350 Sheets
Networking Type 10/100/1000 BaseTx
Data Link Protocol EDGE, Hi-Speed USB
Installed RAM 384 MB
Max. Memory 1 GB
Width 20.2 in.
Depth 19.3 in.
Height 14.1 in.
Weight 72.5 lb.



D. Elliott 3.0
68 of 77 people found the following review helpful
I received this printer on January 22 and got it set up successfully last night (January 28). It is too early for me to comment on the print quality. What I have seen looks fine but I have only printed 4 pages so far and have not yet tried the duplex option.I am writing this review to comment on HP's customer support, since an earlier reviewer had a totally negative experience. Some of my dealings with the customer support system were good and some were bad.I received the printer on a Thursday w ... hile I was at work. I couldn't get to it until Saturday. Then I unpacked the printer and removed all the protective tape, etc. When I turned it on it stopped immediately after the memory check with an error message "Inflate failure. Download RFU file now. Download RFU on USB port" or something close to that. I knew I was in trouble. I went on line and found the latest firmware update (RFU = remote firmware update) and downloaded it to my Mac. More >
Selwyn van Rooyen 5.0
21 of 23 people found the following review helpful
This is truly a wonderful product for a small to mid-sized business. It is quick, and prints beautiful pamphlets, newsletters, etc. in color. I cannot tell the difference between these prints and prints from a professional print shop... It also does card stock which lower end printers will not do well. It is a good sized printer and is heavy, but does a great job for in house printing. The cost per page on black and white is about 2.5 cents a page and in color it is about 14 cents a page wh ... ich is much better than other lower end products. If you print more than 2,500 color pages a month, you'll save the costs of a lower end, $400 printer in less than 4 months. It does double sided printing well too. More >
SpartySAM "college prof" 3.0
16 of 17 people found the following review helpful
Let me begin by stating that I am a long term HP user. My first HP laser printer was the HP LaserJet II+ - a printer that was over-built and virtually indestructible. I have tended to buy replacement printers that are HP. Unfortunately, the experiences with this printer have turned me off of HP products. This printer was purchased on September 25 2009. The reason that it was purchased could be found in the specifications - high speed, color, and duplex. Plus, it could work in a work environ ... ment consisting of both Windows and Macs (my home office). Upon delivery, setup was relatively painless. BTW, if you are using this printer as a network printer, you will find the amount of control and information given you when you enter the Printer's IP as amazing. I have a Xerox and its home page gives you about half of the information. Initially, the printer worked well. Then the problems began. The Magenta color was no longer being transferred. More >