Another point re general performance. The colours aren't very accurate
out of the box. They are generally better than inkjets but if accurate
colour is important then expect a fair bit of tweaking and setup.

Bob McLellan wrote:
> I have put 225 gsm card stock through the 2550. This is slightly over
> spec but it all seemed to print fine. I haven't put envelopes through. I
> have put a lot of envelopes through my old warhorse, a Lexmark Optra.
> There was a problem with envelopes containing an air bubble as it fed
> through. This was handled by increasing the force of the envelope
> 'thumper' in the printer.
>
> Will Honea wrote:
>
>> Bob, have you run any cardstock thru the printer? If so, were there
>> any problems and (if you know) what weights of cardstock have you
>> tried? How about envelops?
>>
>> On Tue, 17 May 2005 07:33:04 UTC Bob McLellan wrote:
>>
>>
>>> It works using PS and PCL drivers. There is an update on the web
>>> which enhamces the PPD a bit. There is no OS/2 support for ink levels
>>> and all the odds and ends like that. The print quality is ok except
>>> for plain black text, which is a bit variable. Mine had trouble with
>>> its default IP address (built in printe server) when I installed it.
>>> And it periodically feeds multiple sheets of paper.
>>>
>>> tompstnetau@gmail.com wrote:
>>>
>>>> Very interesting to me, good to have one, BUT,
>>>> I went to the HP site and it says
>>>>
>>>> OS/2 (limited functionality)
>>>>
>>>> can you tell us the functions that the printer
>>>> does not do please?
>>>>
>>>> Tom
>>>>
>>>

>>
>>

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