The squat, round-cornered HP CP2025n offered middling speed in our tests, managing 17.5 pages per minute printing plain text and 4.2 ppm printing graphics. The results were quite nice, though, producing crisp black text and fairly natural colors (sometimes tending toward yellow or cyan). Its design includes a 250-sheet input tray (adding another costs $149) and a 150-sheet output tray, plus a 50-sheet multipurpose tray and manual duplexing. The moveable parts tend to rattle, but work satisfactorily. Though the machine ships with only starter-size, 1200-page supplies, the higher-capacity replacements are reasonably priced. A 3500-page black cartridge costs $116, or about 3.3 cents per page, while each 2800-page color cartridge costs $114, or about 4 cents per color, resulting in a four-color page cost of about 15.3 cents.