The Hp Officejet 5255 printer is a multifunctional and compact laser printer with a lot of features. The Hp Officejet 5255 printer manual contains all the information you need to know about setting up, using, and troubleshooting this machine. You will also find information on how to use the scanner, fax, and copier features of this machine.
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The HP OfficeJet 5255 All-in-One ($139.99) is an entry-level color inkjet printer designed for printing and/or copying a few hundred pages a month in today’s business-oriented home offices and micro-businesses. Like the Brother MFC-J805DW INKvestment MFP and the Canon Pixma G6020 MegaTank All-in-One Editor’s Choice reviewed here last summer, the OfficeJet 5255 prints well, if not a little slowly. Also, like these and some other competitors, the 5255 provides reasonable operating costs, that is, if you take advantage of the HP Instant Ink subscription program. Like many of today’s entry-level printers and multifunction devices, the 5255 is good value for money with a robust feature set, making it a great alternative to the Pixma G6020 and most other small color MFPs we’ve looked at lately.The fficeJet 5255 measures 7.5 by 17.5 by 14.5 inches (HWD) with closed trays and weighs only 14.4 lbs. It is almost identical in size (but a few pounds smaller) to the Brother MFC-J805DW and the Canon Pixma G6020 mentioned above. Interestingly, however, the wide-format Canon Pixma TS9520, only an inch wider and a few pounds heavier (tabloid size or 11 by 17 inches), takes up about the same amount of desk space, and, as you’ll see soon , provides a broader feature set.
An advantage you should expect from even the simplest office AIO nowadays is an automatic document feeder (ADF) for sending multi-page documents to the scanner. The OfficeJet 5255 ADF holds up to 35 Legal-size originals, although it does not support automatic double-sided printing to scan double-sided pages without having to flip pages manually to scan the second side.The OfficeJet 5255 holds 150 fewer sheets than the Pixma G6020, 50 fewer than the Brother MFC-J805DW, and 100 fewer than the Pixma TS9520. The OfficeJet has a maximum monthly duty cycle of 1,000 pages with a recommended maximum of 400 prints. That’s 4,000 fewer pages than Canon and Brother Letter-size monoblocs. Canon doesn’t publish recommended volume ratings for the Pixma TS9520 wide format, but I assume it can produce about a thousand prints a month without much effort.