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HP LaserJet Pro P1102w
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- 150-sheet input tray
- Manual Duplex Printing
- Hi-Speed USB 2.0 port; WiFi 802.11 b/g
- 3 LED indicator lights; 2 buttons
- 100-sheet face-down bin, 100 sheets output tray
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|Printer Output||Black and White||Color||Black and White||Black and White|
|Max Printspeed Black White||19 ppm||17 ppm||30 ppm||27 ppm|
|Resolution||Information not provided||Information not provided||Information not provided||2400 x 600|
|Media Size Maximum||8.5 x 14 inch||8.5 x 14 inch||3 x 5 inch||8.5 x 14 inch|
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From the Manufacturer
Built-in Wireless Printing
Print from any room without using cables
Built-in Wired Networking
Share your printer with multiple people
Save paper by printing on both sides automatically
Memory Card Slots
Print photos without using a PC
Color LCD Screen
Edit photos and/or manage your printer easily
Add more memory (sold separately) to handle complex print jobs with ease
High-capacity Paper Tray
Refill paper less often with a tray that holds 250 sheets or more
Auto Document Feeder
Print multiple pages automatically
- Wireless performance is dependent upon physical environment and distance from access point.
- HP Smart Install works with Windows® only.
- HP Auto-On and Auto-Off capabilities subject to printer and settings.
- Exact speed varies depending on system configuration, software application, driver, and document complexity.
- Based on ISO/IEC 19752 and continuous printing. Actual yields vary considerably based on images printed and other factors. For details see www.hp.com/go/learnaboutsupplies.
Top Customer Reviews
As for setup, under Windows it's a snap. Put the CD in and follow the directions.
Under Linux (I'm using Ubuntu 10.04 (Lucid Lynx)) the install was easy. I visited [...] web site and downloaded the drivers. From there, I just followed the directions on the web page and it works like a charm.
I've not used it with a Mac, but I did note that OSX is listed on the box.
As for the printer itself. It has a very small footprint on the desk when the paper trays are not extended, and a small one when they are. It has excellent monochrome print quality and is very fast. As with all laser printers, the ink is waterproof once it's on the paper. I'd recommend it any day of the week.
The printer's body feels solid when you handle it. The input trays are similarly solid. The output tray feels a bit light, but as long as you aren't abusing the tray, it'll be more than sufficient.
For me, HP printers are generally very reliable and always has good driver support both under Windows and Linux.
Considering that in the early 1990s when the first home laserjet from HP sold for just under $1,100, and business models sold for about $3,500, this still seems like a bargain to me.
It also works well (and better than my wireless Lexmark printer that lasted all of two months, and that wouldn't print anything if any of the cartridges were empty (if one color was gone, you couldn't even print black).
Here's how to install the printer on a Mac with OS X (10.6) (if needed):
1. Click Finder on the Dock
2. Click APPLICATIONS under PLACES
3. Click SYSTEM PREFERENCES
4. Click PRINT & FAX
5. Click OPEN PRINT QUEUE
6. Click PRINTER SETUP
7. Click the UTILITY tab
8. Click OPEN PRINTER UTILITY
9. Click the HTML CONFIG button
10. Click the NETWORKING tab
11. Click WIRELESS
12. Click INFRASTRUCTURE
13. Select your wireless network under AVAILABLE NETWORK NAMES (SSID)
14. Click the << button (to the left of the network names list)
15. Scroll down to AUTHENTICATION and click the choices after SECURITY MODE
16. Choose the type of security you're using (WEP or WPA/WPA2)
17. Under the AUTHENTICATION heading above this, click in the box following WEP KEY 1 and enter your network password
18. Click the green APPLY button
19. In the information box that appears and says, "Changes have been made ..." click the green OK button
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I purchased this printer for school. I often print papers of 40-90 pages in length. I thought I would be able to use the printer's manual duplexing feature to help me save paper by printing on both sides. The HP software makes this easy. It will first print the even-numbered pages, then you just put the pages back in the paper bin, and it prints the odd-numbered pages on the reverse side. And you use only half the paper. Unfortunately, with the longer papers, something goes wrong when it pulls in the paper to print the odd-numbered pages. The pages stick together, and I end up with a paper where the pages are badly out of order. So much so that the document is unusable. So, it ends up wasting a lot of paper and toner. And it seems the longer the document, the more likely it is to be a problem.
And it's really too bad because the product is pretty good in every other respect. The first page comes out unbelievably fast, even when the printer is asleep. The speed of the printer is good. And, strangely, the paper handling in the first six months I've had it -- aside from the duplexing problem -- is good. It hasn't jammed. The print quality is also just what you expect from a printer. On Windows 7, setup was easy. I use the wireless feature, and have had 0 problems with that.
The toner is more expensive than I would like. But maybe that's just the way all printers are these days. The starter toner cartridge really is quite small, and I needed a replacement very soon after I purchased the printer.
Also, you might look around for a bargain price. I was going to order it through Amazon, but found it on an unadvertised sale at Best Buy for $99.
In summary, this is a compact, fast, efficient laser printer that can't be beat for general home or small business use.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Wifi features are dated. You can't really set up a stand-alone printer.Published 1 month ago by danaidh
I never buy printers. I find them in the street, take them home, and if they work, they work. I have three HP's now, and they are all terrific. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Janne
Could not get this printer to function with wireless - only prints when cable connected - wireless setup was disabled. Tried CD directions, online directions - not happy.Published 2 months ago by Carole A. Ressler