HP LaserJet II Laser Toner Cartridges
The HP LaserJet II is the predecessor of the LaserJet III. It was released back when desktop printers are not yet common household equipment. Consider it a very low-end laserjet that sooner or later it could probably be part of the lineup of historical laser printers from Hewlett-Packard. Well a few of its specs include a quoted print speed of 8 pages per minute, a maximum resolution of 300x300 dpi and a standard 512K memory. Imagine its processor speed with that very limited RAM memory. That particularly defines the unit as a low-duty printer. Even its consumable, the HP toner cartridge can only yield at up to 4000 pages before it runs empty.
Users at the time when the HP LaserJet II was released had the option upgrade the standard memory up to 4.5MB, so itÉ?s not actually a bad printer at all. Laser models such as the LaserJet II and III are only equipped with Parallel ports. Thus, to connect this unit to our todayÉ?s computer, users have to convert the interface into USB through using an adapter. One of its compelling features is the page counter where it keeps track of the number of printed materials which is registered to the unitÉ?s board.
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