HP Color LaserJet Pro M254dw Driver Download

by Support HP Drivers on April 11, 2019

HP Color LaserJet Pro M254dw Driver Download

HP Color LaserJet Pro M254dw Driver Download

HP Color LaserJet Pro M254dw Driver Download for Windows

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HP Color LaserJet Pro M254dw series Basic Driver
HP Color LaserJet Pro M254dw/M254nw Printer Full Drivers Download
 HP Color LaserJet Pro M254dw Support Drivers for:
  • Windows 10 (32-bit)
  • Windows 10 (64-bit)
  • Windows 8.1 (32-bit)
  • Windows 8.1 (64-bit)
  • Windows 8 (32-bit)
  • Windows 8 (64-bit)
  • Windows 7 (32-bit)
  • Windows 7 (64-bit)
  • Windows Vista (32-bit)
  • Windows Vista (64-bit)
  • Windows 7 (32-bit)
  • Windows 7 (64-bit)
  • Windows XP (32-bit)
  • Windows XP (64-bit)

HP Color LaserJet Pro M254dw Driver Download for Mac OS

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 HP Color LaserJet Pro M254dw Support Drivers for:

  • macOS 10.12
  • MAC OS X 10.11
  • MAC OS X 10.10
  • MAC OS X 10.9
  • MAC OS X 10.8
  • MAC OS X 10.7

HP Color LaserJet Pro M254dw Driver Download for Linux

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HP Color LaserJet Pro M254dw Support Drivers for:

  • Linux (32-bit)
  • Linux (64-bit)

HP Color LaserJet Pro M254dw Reviews-The HP Color LaserJet Pro M252dw is a great fit. In addition to fast speed and high quality output, it offers mobile printing, both Ethernet and Wi-Fi for connection to a network, and even the ability to print from a USB stick. The combination makes it our Editors’ Choice personal or light color laser printer for a micro office.

That is a striking achievement, since most color lasers in this price range score well in only one of those categories. For example, when I looked at the Brother HL-3170CDW, I pointed out that although it was somewhat inadequate in output quality, it made up for it with its speed.

Paper handling is the only area where the M252dw cannot match some other models in the same price range. It is not difficult to find printers, including the Brother HL-3170CDW, which offer a page capacity of 250 sheets plus a manual feed for single sheets. The M252dw is limited to a 150-sheet drawer and a manual feed. That is fine for most personal use, but a bit too low for a shared printer. That is why the M252dw is best reserved for light shared use, even based on micro standards. A handy extra, however, is the built-in duplex unit.

The M252dw offers other functions that go beyond the basics, including the ability to print from a USB memory key. With the web apps you can print information from certain websites, including Dropbox and Google Docs. You can also connect to the printer through an access point on your network to print from Android and iOS phones and tablets.

If you connect to a single computer via a USB cable, you cannot use HP web apps or print via the cloud, but thanks to the printer’s Wi-Fi Direct, you can still connect directly from your phone or tablet to print. For mobile devices that support NFC, you can also establish the connection by simply touching the device by touching the NFC logo on the front of the printer.

With 9.3 by 15.4 by 16.4 inches and a hefty 27 pounds, the M252dw is large and heavy for a personal printer, but still small enough to share a desk with and light enough to fit one person in place. Setup is standard rate. For my tests I connected it to a network via an Ethernet port and installed the software on a system with Windows Vista.

The print speed is a definitive strong point. HP evaluates the M252dw at 19 pages per minute (ppm), both for color and for black and white, which is the speed you should see with text or other documents that require little to no layout. In our business application package I have clocked it (using the hardware and software from QualityLogic) of 8.3ppm. That makes it surprisingly fast for both the price and the nominal speed.

For comparison: the Brother HL-3170CDW has a 23 ppm rating, which in theory is around 20 percent faster than the M252dw. But the speed of our tests was 6.8ppm, which actually makes it more than 20 percent slower. The M252dw is even faster on our tests than the HL-L8250CDN, which Brother rated with 30ppm, but on our tests only achieved a quiet 6.6ppm.

The overall output quality is above the standard for a color laser, mainly thanks to the graphic output. Text is a match for most lasers, making it easily good enough for almost any business need. Colors in images have a hint of darkness in terms of a hue saturation-brightness color model, but still appropriately eye-catching and well-saturated, and a step above the standard for the category.

The photo quality falls in the middle of a small range that includes most color lasers. At two or three feet away you can easily compare the output with traditional photos, especially if they are framed behind glass. In that context, however, they are not of very high quality.

Colors in the photos of the M252dw tended to be somewhat dark when tested, as was the case with the graphical representation, but even more so. Most people find the text and images good enough for marketing materials such as handouts


HP Color LaserJet Pro M254dw Driver Download

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