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HP LaserJet Pro M1536dnf Multifunction Printer $99 + $15 Shipping to Sydney @ Australia Post

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I was looking for a multifunction laser printer and come across this. Next cheapest price for this is $287.10 from StaticIce.
I've purchased 5 for my company and the shipping charge is only $15 delivered to Sydney!

Functions
Print, copy, scan, fax

AIO multitasking supported
Yes

Printing specifications

Print speed black (normal, A4)
Up to 25 ppm

Print speed footnote
Measured using ISO/IEC 24734, excludes first set of test documents. For more information see http://www.hp.com/go/printerclaims. Exact speed varies depending on the system configuration, software application, driver, and document complexity.

First page out black (A4, ready)
As fast as 8.5 sec

Duty cycle (monthly, A4)
Up to 8000 pages

Duty cycle note
Duty cycle is defined as the maximum number of pages per month of imaged output. This value provides a comparison of product robustness in relation to other HP LaserJet or HP Color LaserJet devices, and enables appropriate deployment of printers and MFPs to satisfy the demands of connected individuals or groups.

Recommended monthly page volume
500 to 2000

Recommended monthly page volume note
HP recommends that the number of pages per month of imaged output be within the stated range for optimum device performance, based on factors including supplies replacement intervals and device life over an extended warranty period.

Print technology
Laser

Print quality black (best)
Up to 600 x 600 x 2 dpi

Number of print cartridges
1 (black)

Paper handling

Paper handling optional/input
None

Paper handling optional/output
None

Paper handling standard/input
250-sheet input tray, 1-sheet priority tray, 35-sheet Automatic Document Feeder (ADF)

Paper handling standard/output
100-sheet output bin

Maximum input capacity (envelopes)
Up to 10 envelopes

Envelope feeder
No

Duplex print options
Automatic (standard)

Finished output handling
Sheetfed

Media sizes supported
A4; A5; B5 (JIS); C5; DL; 16k; envelopes

Custom media sizes
Priority Tray: 76 x 127 to 216 x 356 mm; 250-sheet Tray 2: 76 x 187 to 216 x 356 mm

Media types supported
Paper (heavy, letterhead, light, plain, preprinted, prepunched, recycled, rough), envelopes, transparencies, labels, postcards

Media weights by paper path
Tray 1, priority tray, output bin: 60 to 163 g/m²

Additional specifications

Processor speed
500 MHz

Standard memory
128 MB

Maximum memory
128 MB

Hard disk capacity
None

Standard printer languages
HP PCL 6, HP PCL 5, HP postscript level 3 emulation

Scanner Specifications

Scan type
Flatbed, ADF

Optical scanning resolution
Up to 1200 dpi

Bit depth
24-bit

Scan size flatbed (maximum)
216 x 297 mm

Scan size ADF (maximum)
216 x 356 mm

Scan speed black (normal)
Up to 15 ppm

Duplex ADF scanning
No

Auto document feeder capacity
Standard, 35 sheets

Copier Specifications

Copy speed (black, normal quality, A4)
Up to 25 cpm

Copy resolution (black text)
Up to 600 x 600 dpi

Copy resolution (colour text and graphics)
Up to 1200 x 1200 dpi

Copier resize
25 to 400%

Maximum copies
Up to 99 copies

Fax Specifications

Fax speed
3 sec per page

A4 pages held in memory
Up to 400 pages

Fax note
Based on standard ITU-T test image #1 at standard resolution. More complicated pages or higher resolution will increase the transmission time.

Resolution (black and white, best mode)
Up to 300 x 300 dpi (halftone enabled)

Maximum speed dialing numbers
Up to 120 numbers (119 group dials)

Auto-redialing
Yes

Fax delayed sending
Yes

Broadcast locations
119 locations

Junk barrier supported
Yes

Fax polling supported
Yes (poll to receive only)

Remote retrieval capability supported
No

Fax forwarding supported
Yes

Faxing
Yes

Photo printing

Display
2-line LCD (text) display

Memory card compatibility
None

Connectivity

Standard connectivity
1 Hi-Speed USB 2.0 port; 1 10/100 Ethernet network port

Optional connectivity
None

Minimum system requirements for Macintosh
Mac OS X v10.5.8, v10.6; Power PC G4, G5, or Intel Core Processor; 256 MB RAM; 300 MB free hard disk space; CD/DVD-ROM or Internet; USB or Network port

Minimum system requirements
Microsoft® Windows® 7, Windows Vista®: 1 GHz 32-bit(x86) or 64-bit(x64) processor, 1 GB RAM (32-bit) or 2 GB RAM (64-bit), 200 MB free hard disk space, CD/DVD-ROM or Internet, USB or Network port; Windows® XP (32-bit) Service Pack 2: Pentium 233 MHz processor, 512 MB RAM (32-bit) or 2 GB RAM (64-bit), 200 MB free hard disk space, CD/DVD-ROM or Internet, USB or Network port

Compatible operating systems
Full software installs supported on: Microsoft® Windows®7 32-bit and 64-bit, Windows® Vista 32-bit and 64-bit, Windows® XP 32-bit (SP2 or higher); Driver only installs supported on: Microsoft® Windows® Server 2003 32-bit (SP3 or higher), Windows® Server 2008 32-bit and 64-bit; Mac OS X v 10.5.8, v 10.6; Linpus Linux (9.4, 9.5), Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5.0 (supported with a pre-built package); SUSE Linux (10.3, 11.0, 11, 11.1, 11.2), Fedora (9, 9.0, 10, 10.0, 11.0, 11, 12, 12.0), Ubuntu (8.04, 8.04.1, 8.04.2, 8.10, 9.04, 9.10, 10.04), Debian (5.0, 5.0.1, 5.0.2, 5.0.3) (supported by the automatic installer); HPUX 11 and Solaris 8/9

Dimensions and Weight

Product dimensions (W x D x H)
441 x 343 x 373 mm

Product weight
11.7 kg

Package weight
14.7 kg

Power and operating requirements

Power requirements
Input voltage 110 to 127 VAC (+/- 10%), 50/60 Hz (+/- 2 Hz), 5.4 A; 220 to 240 VAC (+/- 10%), 50/60 Hz (+/- 2 Hz), 2.9 A

Power consumption
445 watts (Printing), 325 watts (Copying), 4.7 watts (Ready), 0.2 watts (Off)

Power consumption (active)
445 watts

Power consumption (standby)
4.7 watts

Power consumption (manual-off)
0.2 watts

Power consumption footnote
Power reported is highest values measured for all product models using all standard voltages. Values are based on preliminary data, see http://www.hp.com/go/ljm1530_regulatory for current information.

Acoustic power emissions
6.5 B(A)

Acoustic power emissions (active, copy or scan)
6.8 B(A)

Recommended operating temperature range
17.5 to 25º C

Recommended humidity operating range
30 to 70% RH

ENERGY STAR® qualified
Yes

What's included

What's in the box
HP LaserJet Pro M1536dnf MFP, power cord(s), phone cord(s), 250-sheet input tray, output tray, introductory HP LaserJet Black print cartridge, control panel overlay, ADF input support, CDs containin gdevice software and electronic User's Guide, Getting Started Guide, Support flyer, Ferrite with flyer, Warranty Guide (where applicable), USB cable.

Cable included
Yes, 1 USB cable.

Warranty
1-year limited warranty.

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closed Comments

  • +4 votes

    $569 is a HOT price according to Stsples http://www.staples.com.au/main-catalogue-productdetail/hp-m1...

    • +24 votes

      That's definitely a hot price. I'd feel "burned" if i paid that.

    • +1 vote

      I wonder if we can price match it with Staples to get $15 off (spend $1 more) and free shipping?

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        Clearance items are excluded.

    • -2 votes

      A bit irrelevant. I ordered at 6pm. Officeworks confirms that the item is "obsolete" and that they will refund me within five days.

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        Officeworks?

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        Why the neg? One person claims to have a tracking number. I was told by OfficeMax that there were no printers available and we would all get refunds. I was amongst the first to order after seeing this on ozbargain. This wasn't a Deal.

  • +5 votes

    Pretty good price for a laser printer that has a network port, duplex capabilities and a scanner with an automatic document feeder. Maybe a mis-price, but hopefully it isn't!

  • +12 votes

    Wasn't looking for a printer, bought 1.

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      Same here!

    • +2 votes

      Bloody life of an OzBargain-er!

  • +6 votes

    Amazing price. Not sure if I should wait for something with colour and wifi though.

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    How much for a toner?

    • +1 vote

      Generic toner would probably be the best bet
      http://www.msy.com.au/printer-and-scan/14227-generic-compati...

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        Sadly not sure of the yield count :(

        • +2 votes

          I'd take the punt on generic and I'd imagine they are all on par. Buying ink at officeworks is like buying sd cards at officeworks, a complete rip! I posted MSY because of convenience but there is cheaper out there.
          http://www.megabuy.com.au/compatible-hp-ce278a-black-toner-c...
          Less than a cent per page.

        • +1 vote

          @rilebags:

          Generic toner cartridges definitely are not on par with genuine. From my experience, I strongly recommend refilling the original toner cartridge with high quality toner. It works out cheaper than buying generic cartridges and will act the same as the original.

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          @ComfortablyNumb: That is often the case with inkjet printers, but toner cartridge difference is negligible, especially with monochrome. At 10x the price buying genuine toner isn't advice I would dole out on a bargain site.

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          @rilebags:

          Did you even read what I posted? I recommended refilling the original genuine cartridge, not purchasing a new genuine cartridge. It works out cheaper than buying a generic cartridge replacement and doesn't have any of the associated issues with poor quality parts.

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          @ComfortablyNumb:
          Not trying to be a smart ass here, but where do you buy your toner from (or recommend)?
          And a rough price for it, so others can save a bit.

          T.I.A

        • -1 vote

          @OrbDaggerZ:

          Why buy toner when you can just scrape up the ash from the fireplace?

        • +2 votes

          @ComfortablyNumb: Sorry I didn't get that from your post. An excellent option that I have been lazy to try.

        • +1 vote

          @OrbDaggerZ: MSY aka the first link I posted

    • +2 votes

      OW genuine: $127 for 2100 pages = 6c/page

      OW generic: $99 for 2100 pages = 4.7c/page

      • +3 votes

        Price beat Inkstation for geniune @ $84.75 :D

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        So would this be the cheapest genuine price from OW?

        If anyone knows of a cheaper price/store/online please let the rest of us know.

        If one was going to use generic, what the best place to get it from, locally or other wise.

        Thanks OP, looking for a good MF laser worth buying but one that's not too big, as I dont have much room.

        Any recommendations on what I'm looking for?

        T.I.A

        • +1 vote

          I posted two already… here is a list
          http://staticice.com.au/cgi-bin/search.cgi?q=CE278A&spos=3

        • +1 vote

          I've been using non genuine toner on my HP laser printers for years and for routine printing i.e. manuals, reports etc they have been faultless.

          In the old days (going back 10 years) they didnt always replace the drum in the cartridges, now they do.

          I think the marketing people go to everyone (i.e. Epson for example) trying to scare people into buying genuine cartridges.

          So now there are 3 options

          1) Buy genuine HP toner
          2) Buy a bottle of toner and a hole saw (get them on ebay), reuse the old genuine HP cartridge. Disadvantage is that the drum isnt replaced every time. Cost wise it maybe cheaper than option 3) (below).
          3) Buy a new 3rd party toner which has a new drum. i.e. $12 / 2100 pages = 0.57 cents/page

          A generic cartridge at $62.47 is a bit steep.

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    Cheers OP, just bought one :)

  • +1 vote

    Good price, but no duplex scanning.One with duplex scan will costs more.

    • +1 vote

      It's a great price but the lack of duplex scanning really kills it for me - I have an old brother all in one that is a bit slow but I use the duplex scanning all the time

  • +1 vote

    Wasn't in need of one. Got three. One for myself and lured two of my mates to get one for themselves. Turned out to be cheaper as shipping was fixed at $15.

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    Can I print remotely with this?

    • +1 vote

      if you have a chrome browser, any printer can use as remote printer as long as its connect to a network.

    • +1 vote

      Yes. It has HP ePrint, and you can use Google Cloud Print, without requiring a host PC.

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    far out… don't need.. bought one anyways………too good to pass up

    • +1 vote

      Same. My old Brother is slowly dying…

      • +60 votes

        I hope your family is coping well.

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          Lol….

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        Beaten to it.

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        bought one. have been looking for a document scanner with ADF for the past few days, and this one seems too good to miss. Thanks OP.
        btw. my Brother is still going strong, but it can not copy/scan/fax :)

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          There's no duplex ADF though, so scanning double sided will take 2 passes.

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          @happychappy1:
          So two passes through ADF without human interaction?

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          @boomramada: No, human interaction is equity required.

      • +3 votes

        Fully sick, bro.

  • +5 votes

    Missing wireless and duplex scanning. Otherwise has auto duplex printing.

    http://brother.com.au/products/multi-function-centres/monoch...

    This one has all the bells and whistles, cheapest I found is $240 delivered

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      And colour

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      I was not aware of this model until I saw your post. I was looking at Brother 8155, 8910 and 9550.

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    I know I can turn this into wireless by plugin into model router, but what if my modem is at different floor and not possible to run cable, what is the solution to make this wireless?

    • +2 votes

      My solution would be to use a WIFI extender. Something like this (not saying this one specifically):

      http://www.netgear.com.au/home/products/networking/wifi-rang...

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        Personally I am still super-uncomfortable about WPS devices.

    • +3 votes

      The better alternative is to use a powerline kit. Wireless extenders are a bad idea because they tend to halve your available bandwidth unless you are the only wireless network around.

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      I connect my non-network USB printer to an unused netbook, and homegroup share it.

    • +3 votes

      You can grab a MSY WR-841N for $25 and drop OpenWRT on it really easily. LuCI is default in that image so you don't actually have to do the textual config.

      Mine was a v8

      Alternatively you can grab a 6428nsv2 also for $25 and put it into repeater mode. The LAN ports are available on the network but you can't put tomato/ddwrt/openwrt on this one.

      Source: personal experience

      • +2 votes

        Another option is TP-Link TL-WR702N with the stock TP-Link firmware (configure as wireless client). $22 Compact and low power consumption, but WR-841N has more features obviously.

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          Good idea, I forgot about that one.

          I wanted more features for myself (WDS bridging, 300MBps, 4 port switch) so the 702 completely fell out of my memory :(

          Stock FW would probably be attractive normal people too.

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      Try powerline ethernet - but will only work if the power circuits on each floor are the same.. or connected.. or something like that. Someone correct me.
      Cheap, painless way of ethernet-ing your things together.

      http://www.ebay.com.au/itm/TP-Link-TL-PA211-Kit-Powerline-Et...

  • +1 vote

    Damn! Didn't need one… Bought 3! Thanks OP

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    This would have been perfect 2 weeks ago!! Less than half of what I paid for a Samsung with the same features.

  • +8 votes

    Someone bought 8 of this at $485 today! I feel sorry for him, hopefully he won't find out this deal after.
    http://www.ebay.com.au/itm/HP-M1536DNF-MFP-Extra-12-Month-Wa...

    • -1 vote

      This bargain will give him ebola & brain cancur

  • +3 votes

    what did i just do…

  • +4 votes

    Cheap sharp scientific calculator for $10. Have seen this on scool booklists for almost $40 but very limited quantity. Note if you put in a quantity more than 12 it says it will put the extra items on backorder. It seems the system has an accurate stock count for this item. However, with the printer, you can put in a quantity of 99999 and it still accepts the order. This tells me the stock count on the laserjet is inaccurate and it will keep accepting orders even though they don't have stock.

    It was on clearance for $299 on 26/12/14 http://webcache.googleusercontent.com/search?q=cache:hN9nRCJ...

    Probably will refund most of the orders like they did in this deal https://www.ozbargain.com.au/node/122031

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    bought one, thank you op

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    bought!

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    Damn. Just paid $88 for a shitty inkjet mfp today :-(

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      The Dick Smith Canon MG6460BK?

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    Out of stock for me

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      I think it depends on your postcode. Put in 3000 and it still shows in stock.

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    My old printer probably just needs a new toner/drum, but WTF!
    Bargain! That is about the price for the "genuine" toner cartridge normally.

    HP has a new model, but it does not seem to be radically different.
    (Not surprising as the laserjet has been around for decades now.)

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    Ordered one.. Thanks OP.

  • +1 vote

    I have this printer. Do you think it's worth buying another just for the ink?

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      Nope

  • +1 vote

    So no WiFi huh?

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    Will this printer be available at the local post office?

  • +1 vote

    Toner is not good value. If you plan to print a lot, it will end up costing you more in the long run. Yield is only 2,100 pages and the toner is over $100 or so…

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        and $17.49 from here.

        • +4 votes
        • +2 votes

          alot cheap generics but im not confident enough the quality is decent.

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          @erwinsie: I've always bought genuine for my laser printers, so I can't comment on the quality of generics. I guess at those prices, it's probably good value.

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          @erwinsie: I have found that now days all toner is pretty good. If not ask for a refund.

          They come straight from the factory with new toner and drums, rather than recycled old ones with new drums and new toner. They also have the sealing plastic strip, which you need to pull out before using - just like the genuine cartridges.

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        What's the page count on the generic?

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      sorry for the neg. touchpad acting up.