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In our tests on letter-size paper, the Kdn produced text pages at a snappy rate of It managed from 2. On plain paper it produced crisp, dark text that compares well to the laser standard. Graphics and photos seemed a bit grainy, but still natural. Even closely spaced lines on one of our toughest samples appeared surprisingly good. The ink system consists of tanks that load into bays behind a front-panel door. Long, transparent tubes snake between the printheads and the tanks. HP uses a standard suite of four-color documents to determine page yields.
Because the Officejet Pro Kdn would print much larger documents, the printhead likely would wear out sooner--perhaps around 10, pages, which is still a long life. The paper-handling can be a bit daunting. The Kdn has a roomy sheet input tray whose lid functions as the sheet output tray. Loading paper is difficult; you can raise the tray a small amount initially, but lifting it higher requires some force and produces disconcertingly loud friction noises.
Adjusting the tray to accommodate the many possible media sizes can also be complicated. Installing the automatic duplexer is pretty easy, but the piece replaces the straight-through paper-path component. A version of the printer without the duplexer costs significantly less.
For many offices, the Officejet Pro Kdn would be overkill. Groups who need to stretch their printing capabilities will find this machine a capable device. Read our affiliate link policy for more details. At a Glance This feature-packed model included wide-format printing, automatic duplexing, and supercheap inks.
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