HP Color Laser Jet Pro M254DW: First Look

I am a comic and convention artist, so my printer needs may vary from business and home printer use. I use a toner printer to economically print minicomics from home, as well as table signage, stickers, and professional portfolio pieces.

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Electric LazerHound says:

When you make colour printing, are all colour printings same as what you see on your computer monitor?

Madelyn Roberts says:

I’ve had a few experiences with hp; mostly negative. I got an hp printer, but it was not properl;y working so we sent it back. They sent us a referbished printer instead of a new one and again we sent it back and eventually got a new one. Later, my mom got one, was having trouble (I think it was like the paper jam problem), and hp just kept giving ways to try and fix it. My mom gave up and returned it and bought an Epson instead.

endless PROGRESSION says:

You have a link to the sticker sheets you used? Great video I’m ordering this printer now!


Where is the color print??

RavenPlays says:

What is the setting you use for your stickers?

Anne Baiel says:

Very helpful review, thank you!

pixelbat says:

The DW stands for duplex+wireless. Those are not high yield cartridges. All cartridges that end in an A are normal, high yield end with an X. I used to have this printer but ended up moving to the M452 because they don’t make actual high yield cartridges for the 254, and couldn’t justify spending $400 on toner regularly just to get a small yield, and then got a separate cheap monochrome laser for doing my black and white load. So much cheaper keeping the monochrome separate from color. Can just use cheap aftermarket cartridges in the monochrome… like $15 per cart. I would never use aftermarket in the M254 or M452 though, since it voids the warranty.

Ron Buskirk says:

Maybe you can help as Hp has never got back to me, I have a mfp m281fdw printer and trying to find out what transfer paper I can use to make tee shirts

Duchess Manatad NanaClothing says:

have you tried printing with a heavy cardstocks?

Nathan Kent says:

For printing your stickers which software do you use? I find stickers with a round outline become unalligned?

Ronald Futrell says:

Automatic Duplex means that you can print two sided without having to flip over the page yourself, you stated that it prints on both sides of the paper at the same time, that’s not true, the printer automatically turns the paper over to print, so its only printing on one side at a time. Each toner cartridge has one imaginging drum, so its not possible for both sides of the paper to make contact with it at the same time.

theberto says:

how’s the quality for b/w pictures?

Jill Wiswall says:

Wow, cool!

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