HP LaserJet Enterprise 500 Series Praised For Its Text Quality
HP's LaserJet Enterprise 500 series system has been praised for the quality of its text by a reviewer from PCMag.com.
Tony Hoffman from the website commended its built-in, secure hard drive and its large touch screen, but the expert criticised the system's sub-par graphics, while its running costs were also described as being "on the high side".
"Overall output quality for the M525 was slightly sub-par, with above-average text quality, slightly sub-par graphics, and below-par photos. Text quality is good enough for any business except perhaps desktop publishing applications using very small fonts," Mr Hoffman concluded.
The expert admitted some backgrounds appeared "blotchy" when graphics were used, while subtle differences in shading were also lost in some illustrations.
HP will be hoping that the system will prove to be profitable in the market, especially after the company announced a seven per cent drop in revenues.
Its revenue for the fourth quarter of 2012 now stands at $30 billion (£18.5 billion).
Posted by Barry Ashmore.