Review: The HP LaserJet Pro CP1525nw Color Printer

By Housen Maratouk | Posted January 24, 2011

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Printer technology has evolved so much over the past few years, which is great. It also means that there's a lot more for you to consider when buying a small business printer than simply choosing between an inkjet and a laser printer.

Accessing your business needs to make sure you’re buying a printer that can meet them is paramount. You don’t want to shell out for features you'll never use, but you also don’t want to cheap out and buy a printer that can't meet the demands of your business.

Case in point: this LaserJet Pro CP1525nw from HP. It kicks out great color and clear, crisp text, and depending on your needs it can work nicely for you. Our sister site, HardwareCentral.com, takes a closer look at this printers capabilities. Read on to see if they’re a match for your small business printing needs.


In shopping for a new printer, one of the first things we have to decide on is whether to go with an inkjet or a laser printer. Not so long ago, there was such a disparity between the two options that the decision all but made itself. If you wanted to do decent color printing and/or if you planned to do fairly light printing, you got an inkjet. If your printing volume was more considerable, but pretty much restricted to a world of black-and-white, then a laser printer might be a more attractive option.

Sure, they cost a little more, going into it, but they tended to offer crisper, better looking text, faster speeds and lower printing costs in the long run. However, in recent years, the once apparent lines have increasingly gotten blurred.

Read the complete article: Printer Review: HP LaserJet Pro CP1525nw

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