The M776z: Is It Good Enough as An HP LaserJet A3 All in One Printer?

For some reason, HP isn’t really a fan of making an HP LaserJet A3 all in one printer. The only one that we’re able to find so far is the HP Color LaserJet Enterprise Flow MFP M776z. There are no other A3 LaserJet that HP makes apparently these days, so we’ll be doing a review on the M776z and see whether it’s good enough.

Before we start however, do note that this article and review isn’t intended for the general populace. It is very expensive after all, and it’s obvious that this thing is aimed at the enterprise market. Anyway, here is the review.

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Design

Just from its design alone, you can already tell that this particular HP LaserJet A3 all in one printer is meant for big business use. It’s big, it’s heavy, and it’s perfect to be shelved at the corner of the room in a busy workspace.

Thanks to its ruggedness and size though, it possesses an impressive paper handling as you’d expect from enterprise-level MFP. It has one 100-sheet multipurpose tray, 2x 550-sheet paper trays, and another 2×550-sheet paper trays and stand.

This alone makes it leagues above most other printers in the enterprise market when it comes to paper handling.

Print Speed

Considering that this thing is designed for enterprise-level usage with a heavy volume cycle, it is almost a necessity for it to have fast print rates.

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The M776z delivers with its print speed performance, scoring at 43ppm for both mono and color consistently across our tests. It’s 1ppm lower than its claimed speed, but so far we’re satisfied with how fast it chucks out paper.

Print and Scan Quality

Quality wise, the M776z prints and scans at 1200 x 1200 dpi. And during our test, the pages that come out of it look clean and detailed, both color and black. It’s not as vibrant and detailed as a dedicated photo printer however, but it’s more than enough for a heavy volume cycle printer.

Features

Being an enterprise-level printer, you’d expect this HP LaserJet A3 all in one printer to have all the features available at its disposal.

And with it having automatic duplex printing, AirPrint, Google Print, HP ePrint, and Mopria support, it surely is the complete package for whatever jobs you throw at it on an enterprise level.

Ink Economy

As it is a laser printer, the print cost is of course a bit high compared to other printers. But if you’re buying this as an investment for your company, it is not that bad as there are a lot of deals you can get from HP for this thing’s toners and ink.

Conclusion

HP LaserJet A3 all in one printer

So, is it good enough as an HP LaserJet A3 all in one printer? Yes, definitely. It is on the more expensive side of things as it’s meant for enterprise use, but you will definitely get your money’s worth if you need a laser A3 all in one printer. 

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All in all, that’s everything we can say today for this article on the topic of HP LaserJet A3 all in one printer. We hope you find it useful, and we’ll see you next time.

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