- Low per-page costs.
- Small footprint.
- Low standard paper capacity.
- Slow photo printing.
At A Glance
Considering its disappointing print quality and performance, there are better choices than the Magicolor 2550EN.
The compact and affordable magicolor 2550EN printer boast the enhanced graphics quality and high-end printing features typically found in larger, more expensive models.
|Operating System Compatibility||
|PCWorld Test Center (Quality)|
|Print quality: Text||Good|
|Print quality: Color photo||Fair|
|Print quality: Grayscale photo||Very Good|
|PCWorld Test Center (Speed)|
|Print speed: Text||18.8 ppm|
|300dpi Line Art Image (secs)||17.98|
|Two-Page Excel Document (secs)||36.54|
|Color Output Quality||Fair|
|4 by 6 Grayscale Photo (secs)||26.46|
|4 by 6 Color Photo (secs)||72.48|
|Ten-Page Word Document (secs)||41.59|
|Overall Scan Quality||n/a|
|Sports Action Shot (secs)||80.06|
|Grayscale Glossy Output Quality||n/a|
|One-Page Webpage (secs)||28.38|
|Tested Grayscale Speed (ppm)||2.3|
|Three-Page Word Document (secs)||39.63|
|Tested Glossy Photo Speed (ppm)||0.7|
|Tested Lineart Speed (ppm)||3.3|
|Tested Color Speed (ppm)||1.7|
|Line Art Output Quality||Good|