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Features HP CP5225n HP LaserJet CP5525NBrand HP HPMax Color Resolution 600 x 600 dpi 600 x 600 dpiModel CP5225n LaserJet CP5525NMax BW Resolution 600 x 600 dpi 600 x 600 dpiColor Print Speed 20 ppm 30 ppmBlack Print Speed 20 ppm 30 ppmExterior Color Black Not SpecifiedPrinters Family Line HP LaserJet Not SpecifiedScanner Resolution 600 x 600 dpi Not SpecifiedBasic Printer Technology Laser LaserOutput Type Color ColorExtend Printer Technology Laser LaserMax Media Size 297 x 432 mm A4 Long (210 x 348 mm)Printer Type Workgroup Printer Workgroup PrinterDuplex Printout Not Specified StandardHP CP5225nFrom printing general office correspondence to oversize documents, the produces high-impact prints in both black and white and color. The 600 x 600 dpi resolution the HP CP5225n offers ensures crisp, clean text and simple graphics. With its 510 MHz processor and 192 MB standard memory, this HP model rushes documents at speeds up to 20 pages per minute. HP's "Instant-on Technology" saves energy and time by powering up the HP CP5225n from low-power mode 50 percent faster than previous models. This means that most jobs can be finished printing before other printers have even started. This HP printer offers a monthly duty cycle of up to 75,000 pages and comes standard with two input paper trays, 250 sheets and 100 sheets respectively. An additional 500-sheet input paper tray is available, bringing its total input capacity to 850 sheets. The HP CP5225n features an intuitive control panel capable of walking the user through specific tasks. Networked via either or hardwire, the HP CP5225n printer is shareable between multiple users from their desktop.HP LaserJet CP5525NThe is a step up in large-volume, professional-quality printing, whether black and white or color. This HP LaserJet model produces crisp 600 x 600 dpi text and simple graphics at the rate of up to 30 pages per minute. The HP Laserjet CP5525n's 800 MHz processor and 1 GB standard memory ensure quick response and follow-through on any print job. This HP model also features their signature "Instant-on Technology." It has a monthly duty cycle of up to 120,000 pages and comes standard with three input paper trays: 100, 250, and 500 sheets. The HP Laserjet CP5525n is available to a workgroup or fleet via hardwired network, either high-speed USB or Gigabit Ethernet, and purchasing an additional hardware accessory enables a wireless connection. As an added convenience, the HP Laserjet CP5525n is capable of printing from any smartphone, tablet, or other mobile device, with the HP ePrint utility. HP's robust security features ensures privacy of corporate documents.Comparing the HP CP5225n Vs HP LaserJet CP5525NBoth the HP CP5225n and HP Laserjet CP5525n offer quality printing at a resolution of 600 x 600 dpi, which is suitable for professional-looking text and simple graphics. Both of these printers accept a variety of media types, including plain paper, card stock, and , at sizes up to 11.5 by 17 inches. Print speed varies, as the HP Laserjet CP5525n's 30 pages per minute outstrips the HP CP5225n's 20 pages per minute. As both printers feature HP's "Instant-on Technology," time to first print from low power mode is exceptional. Networking for both printers is accomplished via hardwire, whether high-speed USB or Ethernet; however, the HP Laserjet CP5525n can be networked wirelessly with an optional hardware attachment and also offers HP ePrint for printing from a or . The 75,000-page duty cycle of the HP CP5225n is left behind by the HP Laserjet CP5525n's 120,000-page duty cycle. This increased productivity is further encouraged by the HP Laserjet CP5525n's larger input paper capacity. The larger, 800 MHz processor and 1 GB memory of the HP Laserjet CP5525n makes its increased capabilities possible. The 510 MHz and 192 MB of memory of the HP CP5225n simply cannot keep up. Both printers are compatible with Windows operating systems through , as well as Mac Os X v 10.04 and higher, and Linux. The HP Laserjet CP5525n, however, is also compatible with UNIX.