Advanced in its day, this group set many of the current
The IIP, IIP Plus, and IIIP: still useful after all these years!
| The HP LaserJet IIP, IIP Plus, and IIIP were way ahead
of the pack between 1989 and 1991 when they came out, and many of
the advanced technologies that made these printers special then have become
standard features since that time. When they were introduced they were
smaller, faster, and lighter than anything else on the market. They were
the first to make use of a charged roller system instead of corona wires.
This was the technology that eliminated the need for ozone filters, because
the new system did not produce harmful ozone gases. You can still benefit
from owning one of these printers, like new but for a fraction of the
The LaserJet IIP has PCL 4, both serial and parallel I/O, and a 10 MHz 6800 CPU. The LaserJet IIP Plus has has PCL 4, a parallel I/O only, and went to a 16 MHz CPU. The LaserJet IIIP moved on to PCL Level 5, with serial and parallel I/O, and the 16 MHz CPU.
Regular preventive maintenance will help keep your printer in top condition! See links below for details.
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>>>Our Most-Wanted Parts pages provide a handy list of the most often ordered parts for each type of printer
|The refurbished printers we offer are store returns and lightly used units that have been given The Printer Works' seal of approval. We have gone over each unit with care to ensure that it meets our high standards of quality and can be guaranteed good as new. Each and every printer is fully tested and we stand firmly behind them with our own Six-Month Warranty.|
The HP LaserJet IIP, IIP Plus, IIIP are LX
printers please browse
our LX catalog
for parts and assemblies, supplies and accessories, and other LX printers.
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