This morning we received a bulletin from HP introducing the new HP Color Laserjet 2600N.

Our first impressions are favourable – small footprint, good looking printer, comes with full consumables – but probably the best feature is out of the box networking. This printer is so cheap too, the marketing department says we will be selling it for around $700 Australian inc GST (RRP is $878.90).

Some people though may get annoyed with the slow printing speed for black copies – just 8 pages for minute. Colour pages print at 8ppm as well. We get our shipment from HP tomorrow so we will be taking one out of the box to see what they look like ‘in the flesh’.

Shouldn’t be too long before there will be a review or ten posted up on the internet, click here for a Google search on 2600n reviews.

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