HP Color LaserJet Enterprise M578f Driver
HP Color LaserJet Enterprise M578f printer drivers contain the print and driver and software. The drivers are required to connect the printer to your computer. Below, you can find printer drivers that are compatible with Windows and Mac operating systems.
HP Universal Print Driver PCL6
HP Universal Print Driver PostScript
HP Universal Scan Driver
|Windows 11/10/10 x64/8/8 x64/7/7 x64|
HP Easy Start
|macOS 13/12/11/ 10.15/10.14/10.13/OS X 10.12/10.11/10.10/10.9|
HP Color LaserJet Enterprise MFP M578f laser printer that lets you print, copy, scan, and fax. The most up-to-date printer technology is included, and the pricing is competitive with other laser printers. Therefore, it’s a great option for businesses that want 5-15 teams to get their work done.
With its fast print speeds and high-quality color output, the HP LaserJet M578f Multifunction Printer is a great choice for any office. Additionally, original HP 212A Cyan, HP 212A Magenta, and HP 212A Yellow toner cartridges are used in the M578f. To minimize downtime and maximize productivity, choose a high-yield 212X toner if you print frequently.
Color LaserJet Enterprise M578f can print up to 40 pages per minute in either black and white or color. This printer has a 100-sheet capacity automatic document feeder and can print on both sides of a sheet of paper automatically. The M578f’s input trays are equipped with 2 paper trays, for a total paper capacity of 100. On the other hand, there is room for 550 sheets of paper in each of the two input trays.
The HP M578f printer can be linked to a computer through USB, an Ethernet cable, or a wireless network. The M578f supports HP ePrint, Apple AirPrint, Mopria, and NFC, so you may print from your smartphone or another mobile device. When compared with the Samsung MultiXpress CLX-9301, the M578f has a higher cost per print for color documents.
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Simple drivers and software installations are all that is needed to get this product up and running for the first time. This will have serious repercussions on both the print quality and turnaround time.