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HP LaserJet Pro P1102w Wireless Monochrome Printer (CE658A#BGJ)
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|Printer Output||Black and White||Black and White||Black and White||Black and White|
|Max Printspeed Black White||19 ppm||19 ppm||16 ppm||30 ppm|
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|Media Size Maximum||8.5 x 11 inch||8.5 x 14 inch||8.5 x 14 inch||3 x 5 inch|
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I have installed 7 of these. First one was at home in the same room as the router, a ASUS RT-N66U Dual-Band Wireless-N900 Gigabit Router. Never once has it dropped connection. Second one was at my mothers. Hers is in the living room, 1 room away from her router, a Cisco-Linksys E4200 Dual-Band Wireless-N Router, and a half wall dividing. Hers has never lost connection.
After about 2 months of use she wanted to replace the old big inkjets at her office so I went in to install 5 of these. The server room is located centrally in the building however there is steel mesh in the walls from construction. (The building was built by a company who used old Satellite tracking equipment for trucks). So there are 2 wireless AP's, one in the front and one in the back. Both with different SSID. The first printer was installed in the Receptionists office near the front AP. No lost connection in 14 months. 2nd one was installed in my mothers office with 2 walls dividing her from the front AP. Once again no lost connection.
In the back offices there are the owner, a drafting office, and a sales office. We did not put one in the Sales office since they print way too much. They get to use the huge Cannon ir2200. I put one in the owners office where there are 3 walls separating it from the rear AP. I also installed 2 in the drafting office where 4 drafters share them. There are 5 walls total in between the printers and rear AP.Read more ›
Follow these installations instructions which I found on the Apple site. They work!
The wireless configuration proccess is the same on Mac OS X 10.7 as for Snow Leopard.
Before configuring the wireless connection, make sure to install the latest Software version using USB first.
Any previous version will appear differently and will not work on Lion:
Follow these steps to change to a wireless network in Mac OS X v10.6 and v10.7.
You can view a video demonstration to learn how to set up a wireless connection, or you can follow the written steps listed below the video.
The following video demonstrates how to set up a wireless installation on the HP LaserJet P1102w printer on a Macintosh computer. The product in the video might not look exactly like your product, but the steps are the same.
If you have trouble viewing the video, or to view the video in a different size, click here to play the video on YouTube.
In Finder , click Applications , and then double-click System Preferences .
Click Print & Fax (in Mac OS X v10.6) or Print & Scan (in Mac OS X v10.7).
Click Open Print Queue , and then click Printer Setup .Read more ›
At first I was put off by so many negative reviews. Then I read all the 1 Star Posts. It became obvious that many of them simply can't read or follow instructions. A few of them state "you have to use the USB cable on each computer to install". And I'll bet others did the same and that is why they can't get a solid wireless connection. The instructions clearly tell you to unplug the USB cable during the installation (then you can throw the USB cable in the trash). If you don't disconnect the USB cable when you are TOLD to you are on your way to frustration as the software may not be able to figure out if it is a USB or IP installation.
NOW, I have to admit the instructions are vague about how to install the other computers on your network. So here it is. After the initial installation on the first computer is completed press and hold the X for 5 seconds to print a configuration page. On the page you will find the IP address of the printer. (No IP?? Then uninstall, clean the registry and reinstall) Now go to the second computer and open a browser session (Internet Explorer, Chrome or FireFox) and in the address bar type the printer IP address (no WWW just the IP eg 192.168.1.120). This will open the printer's web interface. Click on the "HP Smart Install" tab and download and install the software.
I do have some network experience so I understood the process but still the entire process is incredibly easy. I did 7 computers (4 XP 3 Win7, 4 wired to router 3 wireless) in under 25 minutes. I have unplugged it, turned it off and cursed at it but it seems rock solid.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I purchased this on the 9th and expected to receive it on the 15th, so I'm happy I received it earlier than anticipated. Read morePublished 13 hours ago by Bookworm4Life
I purchased this, and after six months it turned into a brick. It churns out black pages (see image) and replacing the toner does nothing. Read morePublished 22 hours ago by B
Clear text. Prints fast. Prints from iPhone or iPad. Unlike previous HP products, this printer installs very easily with plug-n-play. Read morePublished 1 day ago by R. Snider
My third HP LaserJet. I bought one for work and when I retired I bought on for home. When my wife's printer died I bought her this one. This a great B&W printer. Read morePublished 1 day ago by Jazz Cat
Very good economical printer that delivers great performance. Wireless connection was easy to establish.Published 13 months ago by James Bolcar