The new printers come in two distinct versions: The $400 ET-2550 and the $500 ET-4550. The latter is also a fax machine and a sheet feeder, and it has support for Ethernet.
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Priced at less than $500, the HP Color LaserJet 2550L is a real bargain. Although it prints slowly and boasts little in the way of initial connectivity or paper capacity, the HP Color LaserJet 2550L's output is impressive. Given that you can always add a networking module and optional paper trays after purchase, the 2550L is an excellent choice for a small business that does volume color printing and has big plans for future growth. The boxy HP Color LaserJet 2550L looks like your average workgroup laser printer, with a curvy, two-tone gray casing; a 125-sheet paper-output tray on top; and the usual cluster of buttons and indicator lights on the top control panel. For a color laser, however, it's very lightweight, weighing only 48 pounds, and compact, measuring 18.9 inches wide by 17.8 inches deep by 12.8 inches high. (Its economy is due in part to the space-saving carousel configuration of its four toner cartridges.) The top control panel buttons include Power, Cancel Print Job, and one that rotates the toner carousel, along with indicator lights that show, among other things, which cartridge is on top or which is low on toner. Notably absent is a control-panel LCD; you'll have to make all adjustments to printer settings on your PC through the 2550L's software. Those who plan to do high-volume or complex printing may want to opt for a higher-end model with an LCD, such as the .