LaserJet M1522nf MFP
vs. Dell 1125
Faster printing and copying — Your HP LaserJet M1522nf MFP offers faster print
and copy speeds — up to 24 pages per minute vs. up to 21 ppm for the Dell 1125.
HP also copies faster from the auto document feeder — up to 16 ppm vs. only up to
11 ppm for Dell.
Print and copy sooner from Powersave — Instant-on Technology lets your HP LaserJet
M1522nf MFP warm up and print up to 5 pages from powersave mode before the
Dell 1125 can even finish warming up. This advantage is especially noteworthy
when you consider that most printers are usually in sleep mode when a user
submits a job for printing, according to research conducted by InfoTrends.
Superior print and copy quality — Your HP LaserJet M1522nf MFP offers higher opti-
cal scan resolution — 1200 x 1200 dpi vs. only 600 x 600 dpi for the Dell. The HP
also delivers 1,200-dpi-effective printing and copying compared to 600 x 600 dpi
for the Dell 1125, which means higher resolution prints and copies.
Superior scanning and ADF technology — When scanning images with depth like
the interiors of books or magazines, your HP LaserJet M1522nf MFP can yield better
results because the HP’s CCD scanner has a greater field of focus than the Dell
1125’s CIS scanner, which may lose some text and/or details. And be sure to
evaluate ADF paper feeding reliability – HP internal testing has found that the
LaserJet M1522nf MFP ADF feed mechanism experiences fewer multi-pickups and
paper jams in the ADF than the Dell 1125.
Virtually maintenance free — Your HP LaserJet M1522nf MFP employs an innovative
print cartridge that incorporates the toner supply, imaging drum, primary charge
roller, and developer into one single, integrated unit you can easily replace with no
mess. The Dell 1125 uses a complex 2-piece system (separate toner cartridge and
imaging drum) that forces users to stock and replace an extra consumable.
Greater compatibility — The Dell 1125 is a host-based device. Thanks to HP PCL6,
HP PCL5e, and HP PostScript-3 emulatio