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Product Comparison with HP LaserJet 1005 Series Printers

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Introduction

The following tables highlight some of the differences in features among the HP LaserJet 1005 series printer and the HP LaserJet 1150 series printer.
NOTE:Not all printers are available in all areas

General features

The following table compares general features.
FeatureHP LaserJet 1005 SeriesHP LaserJet 1150 Series
Standard device memory1 megabyte (MB) of random-access memory (RAM)

(not expandable)
8 MB of RAM

(not expandable)
Printer languageWindows host-based printing

Printer Command Language (PCL) 5e emulation for MS-DOS
Host-based printing

PCL 5e
Connectivity options1284-B parallel and USB1284-B parallel and USB
NetworkingDirect (local) connection with network sharing through Windows sharing onlyNetwork and wireless printing options
Jetdirect supportNoneJetdirect support
CableNo cable in boxNo cable in box
FormatterResident in printerResident in printer
Control panelTwo light-emitting diodes (LEDs)Two LEDs and one lighted button
Power switchPower switchPower switch
UpgradeabilityNoneNone
Support Operating SystemsWindows 95

Windows 98 SE

Windows Millennium Edition (Me)

Windows NT 4.0

Windows 2000

Windows XP (32-bit)
Windows 95 (printer driver only)

Windows 98 SE

Windows 2000

Windows Me

Windows NT 4.0 (printer driver only)

Windows XP

Mac OS 9.x

Mac OS X v10.1 and v10.2

Print features

The following table compares print features.
FeatureHP LaserJet 1005 SeriesHP LaserJet 1150 Series
Print speeds14 pages per minute (ppm)

< 10 seconds, first page out
18 ppm on U.S. letter sheets

17 ppm on A4

< 10 seconds, first page out
Print quality600 dots per inch (dpi)600 x 200 dpi (FastRes 1200)
Paper handling capabilities250-sheet paper input tray

10-sheet priority feed tray
250-sheet enclosed input tray

10-sheet priority input tray
Duty cycle (pages per month)Up to 7,000 pages maximum

Averages 1,000 pages per month
Up to 10,000 pages maximum

Averages 1,000 pages per month
Print cartridge2,500-page cartridge included

3,500-page cartridge available
2,500-page print cartridge included
Paper pathEnclosed, C-shaped horizontal main paper path

Straight-through horizontal optional paper path
Enclosed, C-shaped horizontal main paper path

Straight-through horizontal paper path

HP Jetdirect print servers

The following table shows the HP Jetdirect print servers that are supported by the HP LaserJet 1150 series printers.
NOTE:The firmware on the HP Jetdirect 170X, 175X, and 200m print servers is not upgradeable.
Jetdirect modelDescriptionFirmware
HP Jetdirect 170X

(J3258B or later)
This model connects the printer to 10BaseT Ethernet network. It is an external network print server that connects to the printer by means of the parallel port on the printer. It supports several Windows operating systems, but does not support the Novell operating system.Version 8.x or later

Not upgradeable
HP Jetdirect 175

(J6035B)
This model connects to the printer to 10/100Base-TX Ethernet network. It is an external network print server that connects to the printer by means of the USB port on the printer. It supports several Windows and Apple operating systems, but does not support the Novell operating system.Not upgradeable
HP Jetdirect 310X

(J6038A)
This model connects the printer to a 10/100Base-TX Ethernet network. It is an external network print server that connects to the printer by means of the USB port on the printer. It supports several Windows, Apple, Novell, and other operating systems.Upgradeable
HP Jetdirect 380X

(J6061A)
This model connects the printer to a 802.11b wireless network. It is an external network print server that connects to the printer by means of the USB port on the printer. It supports several Windows, Apple, Novell, and other operating systems.Upgradeable
HP Jetdirect 250m

(J6042B or later)
This model connects the printer to a 10/100Base-TX Ethernet network. It is an internal network print server that connects to the printer (HP LaserJet 1300 series only) by means of the LIO slot on the printer. It supports several Windows, Apple, Novell, and other operating systems.Upgradeable
HP Jetdirect 280m 802.11b

(J6044A)
This model connects the printer to an 802.11b wireless network. It is an internal network print server that connects to the printer (HP LaserJet 1300 series only) by means of the printer LIO slot on the printer. It supports several Windows, Apple, Novell, and other operating systems.Upgradeable
HP Jetdirect 300X 802.11b

(J3263A)
This model connects the printer to a 10/100Base-TX Ethernet network. It is an external network print server that connects to the printer by means of the parallel port on the printer. It supports several Windows, Apple, Novell, and other operating systems.Version 8.x or later

Upgradeable
HP Jetdirect 500X

(J3265A)
This model connects the printer to a 10/100Base-TX Ethernet network. It is an external network print server that connects to the printer by means of the parallel port on the printer. It supports several windows, Apple, Novell, and other operating systems. This model has ports for attaching 3 printers. HP LaserJet 1150 series printers are only supported when installed on port one of the JD 500X.Version 8.x or later

Upgradeable
HP Jetdirect 500X TR

(J3264A TR)
This model connects the printer to a 10/100Base-TX Ethernet network. It is an external network print server that connects to the printer by means of the parallel port on the printer. It supports several Windows, Apple, Novell, and other operating systems. This model has ports for attaching 3 printers. HP LaserJet 1150 series printers are only supported when installed on port one of the JD 500X TR. This model is for use specifically on Token Ring networks.Version 8.x or later

Upgradeable
HP 1284 LC input/output

(parallel cable adapter)

(c6436-67004)
This direct connect adapter connects the printer by means of a parallel port.No firmware in this adapter