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HP - LaserJet Pro M404dw Wireless Black-and-White Laser Printer - White
Description

Winning in business means working smarter. The HP LaserJet Pro M404 printer is designed to let you focus your time where it's most effective, helping you grow your business and staying ahead of the competition.

14 Features
  • Prints up to 38 ISO ppm* in black: Generates documents quickly.
  • Be sure you have the right cartridge: Enter your printer's model number into Ink and Toner Finder to find compatible cartridges. Get started ›
  • Ideal for high-volume printing: This laser printer handles large volumes quickly and at a low cost per page. Toner (powder) is used instead of ink, so you get smudge-free images and text.
  • Wireless and mobile printing capability: Connect this printer to your home or office network with built-in Ethernet or wireless LAN. You can also print from your mobile device with the free HP ePrint app or Apple® AirPrint.
  • Apple® AirPrint enabled: You can use it for Apple iPad® and iPhone® printing.
  • Compatible toner: This printer works with HP 58A and HP 58X families of toners.
  • Print speed: Prints up to 40 ISO ppm* in black. First page out: as fast as 6.1 seconds in black.
  • 1200 dpi (dots per inch) for excellent print quality: Medium resolution allows producing sharp text, even at 6 points or smaller, and graphics with thin lines and curves.
  • Large paper trays for high-volume printing: Reload less often with a 350-sheet input tray and 150-sheet output tray.
  • 2-line LCD screen: Easily input commands for printing, copying, and scanning directly from your printer.
  • One USB port for simple connectivity: The high-speed USB 2.0 port offers a standard connection to your PC or a simple way to plug in and print from a USB drive, camera, or other devices.
  • Built-in duplex printing: Helps decrease the amount of paper used in the office by printing on both sides of the page.
  • HP Auto-On/Auto-Off technology: Turns on your printer when you need it and off when you don't.
  • Dynamic Security: This printer uses dynamic security, which may be updated periodically by firmware updates. The printer is intended to be used solely with cartridges using an original HP chip. Cartridges using a non‐HP chip may not function or may cease to function.
  • 8 Most Useful Reviews
  • Review by Joey, 10 out of 10
    Phenomenal printer!

    Our older (~10 years) HP LaserJet printer went out without warning. So I did a ton of research on black only LaserJet printers online and found that this particular HP printer was always at the top of the list. I decided that was enough to buy it and I’m so glad I did!

    Sep 25, 2021 20:59
  • Review by 1234J, 10 out of 10
    My new HP laser jet printer.

    I was delighted to learn that it is completely non wireless. It prints rapidly. The page that I told it to print is ready before I reach to my lower shelf to get it. It hold plenty of paper. I would recommend it to a friend.

    Nov 01, 2020 06:01
  • Review by purchase, 10 out of 10
    great printer

    Great printer for home use. better print quality than ink jets

    Nov 05, 2021 16:46
  • Review by FlatRock24, 10 out of 10
    Great B&W Printer

    Very good B&W wireless printer. Very easy setup quick!

    Nov 05, 2021 18:13
  • Review by HD62, 10 out of 10
    Great printer for my use case.

    Perfect printer for what I use it for. I don't need color and it's is rock solid and reliable.

    Oct 15, 2021 15:35
  • Review by Wyne, 6 out of 10
    Limited Function

    We ended up returning this printer to Best Buy because it did not scan or copy and we were told that it did before we ordered it. It was a good printer if that is the only function you wanted. We had difficulty figuring out how to print envelopes and were never able to get it to do so. Our main concern was that it was not the functional machine that we were looking for.

    Nov 05, 2021 16:30
  • Review by MrsGina, 10 out of 10
    Printer and employee

    Ishmel was fantastic. Full of energy and information. He makes you feel welcome and is willing to take the time to help you with anything you need. Thank you Ishmel and Best buy'

    Jun 19, 2021 08:03
  • Review by Shaver, 10 out of 10
    Excellent printer

    This is an awesome printer. We love it. We highly recommended

    May 07, 2021 15:47
  • 9.6score
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    HP - LaserJet Pro M404dw Wireless Black-and-White Laser Printer - White
    Description

    Winning in business means working smarter. The HP LaserJet Pro M404 printer is designed to let you focus your time where it's most effective, helping you grow your business and staying ahead of the competition.

    14 Features
  • Prints up to 38 ISO ppm* in black: Generates documents quickly.
  • Be sure you have the right cartridge: Enter your printer's model number into Ink and Toner Finder to find compatible cartridges. Get started ›
  • Ideal for high-volume printing: This laser printer handles large volumes quickly and at a low cost per page. Toner (powder) is used instead of ink, so you get smudge-free images and text.
  • Wireless and mobile printing capability: Connect this printer to your home or office network with built-in Ethernet or wireless LAN. You can also print from your mobile device with the free HP ePrint app or Apple® AirPrint.
  • Apple® AirPrint enabled: You can use it for Apple iPad® and iPhone® printing.
  • Compatible toner: This printer works with HP 58A and HP 58X families of toners.
  • Print speed: Prints up to 40 ISO ppm* in black. First page out: as fast as 6.1 seconds in black.
  • 1200 dpi (dots per inch) for excellent print quality: Medium resolution allows producing sharp text, even at 6 points or smaller, and graphics with thin lines and curves.
  • Large paper trays for high-volume printing: Reload less often with a 350-sheet input tray and 150-sheet output tray.
  • 2-line LCD screen: Easily input commands for printing, copying, and scanning directly from your printer.
  • One USB port for simple connectivity: The high-speed USB 2.0 port offers a standard connection to your PC or a simple way to plug in and print from a USB drive, camera, or other devices.
  • Built-in duplex printing: Helps decrease the amount of paper used in the office by printing on both sides of the page.
  • HP Auto-On/Auto-Off technology: Turns on your printer when you need it and off when you don't.
  • Dynamic Security: This printer uses dynamic security, which may be updated periodically by firmware updates. The printer is intended to be used solely with cartridges using an original HP chip. Cartridges using a non‐HP chip may not function or may cease to function.
  • 8 Most Useful Reviews
  • Review by Joey, 10 out of 10
    Phenomenal printer!

    Our older (~10 years) HP LaserJet printer went out without warning. So I did a ton of research on black only LaserJet printers online and found that this particular HP printer was always at the top of the list. I decided that was enough to buy it and I’m so glad I did!

    Sep 25, 2021 20:59
  • Review by 1234J, 10 out of 10
    My new HP laser jet printer.

    I was delighted to learn that it is completely non wireless. It prints rapidly. The page that I told it to print is ready before I reach to my lower shelf to get it. It hold plenty of paper. I would recommend it to a friend.

    Nov 01, 2020 06:01
  • Review by purchase, 10 out of 10
    great printer

    Great printer for home use. better print quality than ink jets

    Nov 05, 2021 16:46
  • Review by FlatRock24, 10 out of 10
    Great B&W Printer

    Very good B&W wireless printer. Very easy setup quick!

    Nov 05, 2021 18:13
  • Review by HD62, 10 out of 10
    Great printer for my use case.

    Perfect printer for what I use it for. I don't need color and it's is rock solid and reliable.

    Oct 15, 2021 15:35
  • Review by Wyne, 6 out of 10
    Limited Function

    We ended up returning this printer to Best Buy because it did not scan or copy and we were told that it did before we ordered it. It was a good printer if that is the only function you wanted. We had difficulty figuring out how to print envelopes and were never able to get it to do so. Our main concern was that it was not the functional machine that we were looking for.

    Nov 05, 2021 16:30
  • Review by MrsGina, 10 out of 10
    Printer and employee

    Ishmel was fantastic. Full of energy and information. He makes you feel welcome and is willing to take the time to help you with anything you need. Thank you Ishmel and Best buy'

    Jun 19, 2021 08:03
  • Review by Shaver, 10 out of 10
    Excellent printer

    This is an awesome printer. We love it. We highly recommended

    May 07, 2021 15:47
  • 9.6score
    3
    HP
    HP - LaserJet Pro M454dn Color Laser Printer - White
    Description

    Winning in business means working smarter. This HP Color LaserJet Pro M454dn printer is designed to let you focus your time where it's most effective, helping you grow your business and staying ahead of the competition.

    13 Features
  • Prints up to 27 ISO ppm* in black and up to 27 ISO ppm* in color: Produces documents quickly.
  • Be sure you have the right cartridge: Enter your printer's model number into Ink and Toner Finder to find compatible cartridges. Get started ›
  • Ideal for high-volume printing: This laser printer handles large volumes quickly and at a low cost per page. Toner (powder) is used instead of ink, so you get smudge-free images and text.
  • Mobile printing capability: Connect this printer to your home or office network with built-in Ethernet. You can also print from your mobile device with the free HP ePrint app or Apple® AirPrint.**
  • Apple® AirPrint enabled: You can use it for Apple iPad® and iPhone® printing.**
  • Compatible toner: This printer works with HP 414A and HP 414X families of toners.
  • Print speed: It prints up to 27 ISO ppm* both in black and color. First page out: as fast as 9.5 seconds in black, 11.1 seconds in color.
  • Page yield: Four preinstalled introductory HP LaserJet toner cartridges yield up to 1,200 pages in black and up to 1,200 pages in color.
  • 600 dpi (dots per inch) for good print quality: Provides sufficient resolution for producing quality documents and photos.
  • Large paper trays for high-volume printing: Reload less often with a 250-sheet input tray, 50-sheet multipurpose tray, and 150-sheet output tray.
  • Easy-to-use control panel: Features LED indicator lights and 5 control buttons.
  • USB ports for simple connectivity: Two high-speed USB 2.0 ports offer a standard connection to your PC or a simple way to plug in and print from a USB drive, camera, or other devices.
  • Built-in duplex printing: Print on both sides of the page without turning it over manually to minimize your printing costs and help the environment.
  • 8 Most Useful Reviews
  • Review by Kms2005, 10 out of 10
    Great printer!

    We love our new LaserJet printer. We had a couple of hiccups getting it to connect wirelessly to devices at first, but discovered that the problem was corrected by restarting the device (so it likely wasn’t a printer issue). I should also note that while you can print from devices without connecting them to the printer, the printer itself does not connect wirelessly to your network. It was not an issue for us, but I misinterpreted the specs and did not expect to have to connect via Ethernet.

    Sep 04, 2020 16:22
  • Review by scomputer, 10 out of 10
    HP color laser printer

    Nice printer. The price is price good for this kind of printer.

    Nov 12, 2021 15:47
  • Review by snapsquad54, 10 out of 10
    Good printer.

    Good quality. Prints pretty quickly. Networked via LAN. Can network wirelessly and also setup for direct wireless with a network.

    Aug 30, 2021 03:02
  • Review by Yoda, 10 out of 10
    Printer

    This was only a copier and we needed an all in one printer.

    Jan 28, 2021 07:01
  • Review by WaltEP, 10 out of 10
    High quality, reliable printer

    I had an inkjet printer from another brand, and was disappointed by the print quality. If you print infrequently, the nozzles tend to dry up and you end up cleaning the printheads far too often. I decided to get a color laser printer, and I'm very pleased with my choice. Being that it's an HP, it's well-supported on all my computers. Time to first page is surprisingly fast, even when the printer has gone to sleep for days. The print quality is excellent for what I'd call "business graphics", and color photos are respectable. It's true that the per-page cost is high due to expensive cartridges, but for my use it's ideal. It prints the handful of pages I need a few times per week promptly and clearly, and I don't feel like I have to pamper it for that to happen. It also prints surprisingly fast for a color printer. It's been a good investment for me in my home office.

    Jan 29, 2021 20:58
  • Review by BadPrinterExperience, 2 out of 10
    Useless Purchase.

    I was sold a product which did not meet any of the specifications the salesperson said it would.

    Aug 22, 2021 14:29
  • Review by dsc1, 10 out of 10
    Nice

    Low cost, easy set up, fast two sided color.

    Great !

    Aug 08, 2020 20:47
  • Review by BrooksW, 10 out of 10
    Perfect color laser for home or office.

    Perfect printer for home or office. This is my 3rd HP laser printer, switch from Dell a couple of years ago. Works great on both PC and Mac as I have both. Setup was easy enough. Haven't had any printing issues and unlike ink jet printers, it still prints even if you do not use it for awhile.

    Sep 25, 2020 10:44
  • 9.6score
    HP - LaserJet Pro M479fdw Wireless Color All-In-One Laser Printer - White
    Description

    Winning in business means working smarter. This HP Color LaserJet Pro M479fdw printer is designed to let you focus your time where it's most effective - growing your business and staying ahead of the competition.Prints up to 27 ISO ppm*, up to 27 ISO ppm* in color

    15 Features
  • Prints up to 27 ISO ppm* in black, up to 27 ISO ppm* in color: Produces documents quickly.
  • Be sure you have the right cartridge: Enter your printer's model number into our Ink and Toner Finder to find compatible cartridges. Get started ›
  • Ideal for high-volume printing: This laser printer handles large volumes quickly and at a low cost per page. Toner (powder) is used instead of ink, so you get smudge-free images and text.
  • Wireless and mobile printing capability: Connect this printer to your home or office network with built-in Ethernet or wireless LAN. Plus, print from your mobile device with the free HP ePrint app or Apple® AirPrint.**
  • Apple® AirPrint enabled: Allows Apple iPad® and iPhone® printing.**
  • Toner family number: Works with HP 414A and HP 414X toner cartridges.
  • Print speed: Prints up to 27 ISO ppm* in black, up to 27 ISO ppm* in color. First page out as fast as 9.5 seconds in black, as fast as 11.1 seconds in color.
  • Page yield: Four pre-installed introductory HP LaserJet toner cartridges yield up to 2,400 pages in black, up to 1,200 pages in color.
  • 600 dpi (dots per inch) for good print quality: Sufficient resolution for producing quality documents and photos.
  • Four individual print cartridges are economical: Only replace an ink cartridge (black, cyan, magenta, or yellow) when its color runs out.
  • Large paper trays for high-volume printing and copying: Reload less often with the 250-sheet input tray, 50-sheet multipurpose tray, and 150-sheet output tray. Copy, scan, or fax multiple pages easily with the 50-sheet automatic document feeder.
  • 4.3" touch screen: Lets you tackle tasks quickly and effortlessly.
  • USB port for simple connectivity: The high-speed USB 2.0 port offers a standard connection to your PC or a simple way to plug in and print from a USB drive, camera, or other devices.
  • Built-in duplex printing: Print on both sides of the page without turning it over manually to minimize your printing costs and help the environment.
  • Dynamic Security: This printer uses dynamic security, which may be updated periodically by firmware updates. The printer is intended to be used solely with cartridges using an original HP chip. Cartridges using a non‐HP chip may not function or may cease to function.
  • 8 Most Useful Reviews
  • Review by ReviewedByPhil, 10 out of 10
    Crisp prints, great colors, lots of flexibility

    This is my first color laser printer that I’ve used outside of a corporate office environment, and I think it performs every bit as well as the behemoths in the workplace. This printer responds quickly to submitted print jobs and initializes/starts printing within a few seconds of hitting print on my laptop. The prints also come out fast, so you won’t be waiting a long time at the machine unless you’re printing hundreds of pages. Black and white prints and text are crisp, dark, and consistent and color prints are bright, vivid, and fairly true to color. I will say that with photographic prints, I noticed some slight banding in solid color areas, the colors were somewhat less saturated than what you see on a screen; if you look closely you can see grains of distortion in finely detailed portions of the photo, though that could be a combination of the resolution of the original image, print scaling, and the kind of paper used. In general, I thought color photos printed on plain white paper came out looking great. When scanning and photocopying, all colors, including black are somewhat lightened/faded. It’s slight, but if you scan or copy the copy, each pass will make the text and images lighter, and the edges of text and images are softened.

    This printer is fairly large, bulky, and heavy, so I suggest finding a permanent place for it to live in your home or home office that gives you access to all sides of it. It needs a lot of extra space because the paper tray slides out the front and the back panel may occasionally need to be opened to clear paper jams (at least an extra foot clearance front and back). The scanner bed lid raises the height requirement an extra 10 inches as well. The printer was pretty easy to set up if you follow the quick start manual directions closely. WiFi setup took only a few minutes, and I was able to connect to it wirelessly and start printing after downloading and installing the software to my computer. The only part that was not explained well was changing the IP address of the printer to static versus automatic so that it would be consistently found on my home network. After I did this I stopped having the issue where my computer wouldn’t find the printer on the network after the printer went to sleep or was rebooted.

    Controlling everything using the touch screen is straightforward with taps and swipes just like on a smart phone or tablet. I like that there are a lot of ways to send jobs to the printer. With Web Services turned on, you’re assigned a unique email address that if you send a document to, the printer will receive the document as a print job from anywhere with an internet connection. You can also use a USB stick and print files directly off of it, or scan documents and save to it as well. If you prefer not to print documents right away when sending jobs over the network, with a USB thumb drive installed in the back of the machine, it can store jobs that you can retrieve and print at the machine instead. You can also password or PIN protect those jobs so they won’t sit unattended in the document retrieval tray if the documents are sensitive and the printer is located in a public area.

    There’s also the option to connect directly to the printer via USB, WiFi-direct, or Bluetooth if you don’t want it to be network connected. The mobile app was straightforward and simple to use to print documents and photos from mobile devices. You can even select files from online storage like Dropbox, Google Drive, and social media like Facebook and Instagram. The one thing that I don’t like is that the genuine toner cartridges for this printer are pricey (there are 4 of them) and can be exorbitant if you want the high capacity cartridges, but as it is, with my printing needs, the starter cartridges will last me a couple years as they’re supposed to be able to print upward of 2000 pages each. If you print a lot, you may want to invest in the 3rd paper tray (stacks onto the bottom), which is sold separately and can hold up to 550 sheets of paper. The two included trays can only hold 50 and 250 sheets respectively; both can house a variety of sizes of paper and even envelopes. I just wasn’t a fan of how extending paper tray 2 for legal paper made the drawer stick out from the machine about 2 inches. Seems like a dust catcher, though practically, I don’t think I’d ever leave legal paper in that tray making that point moot. Not sure who uses fax anymore, but that’s an available option as well with both a dedicated phone line and pass through phone jack in the back.

    The printer does not put out a lot of heat, has relatively low toner odor after printing, and is fairly quiet during operation. I have it set to go to sleep after 1 minute of inactivity to save electricity. Overall, this printer has all the bells and whistles that you’d need for an office printer and can handle small to medium volume professional and home business printing. It’s easy to set up and use and gives you flexibility with internet connected apps and security with various types of job handling. The print quality for black and color are great, as are digital scans, though photocopies may end up slightly lighter than the original document.

    Aug 02, 2019 15:14
  • Review by iampete, 10 out of 10
    Impressive Office Grade Quality Wireless Printer!

    Upon reviewing this new HP Color laser Jet Pro MFP M479FDW, I have some experience with wireless printers. At work we have a lot, somewhere around 18 of these laser units. They mainly consist of Brothers MFC and a Few Color Canons so I compared this HP to what we are using now, just to name a few.

    Brother MFC-L2700DW

    Brother MFC-9330CDW

    Canon MF624CW

    Now it’s tough to beat Brother and Canon but I had an open mind. I’m not no expert in Wi-Fi copiers but I’ve had more than my share of frustration setting copiers on the Wi-Fi before. I did purposely did NOT look at the setup instructions. I literally opened the box, placed the Copier next to our Canon MF624CW, removed the protective films and plugged it in. Weight and footprint (size) was pretty much identical to the Canon and Brother 933. Its footprint is 16 ½” Wide 18” Deep 15 ¾ “ High at 51lbs but keep in mind there is a rear paper feeder which would increase the depth , with the top door open its 26” high. Holds 250 sheets of paper capacity and can hold 50 sheets for scanning on its top feeder. Opening up the trays and toner storage, it felt well-built and sturdy, like a business copier should. It comes with a phone cable and a USB printer cable. Trust me in this, you won’t need the USB cable unless you don’t have Wi-Fi.

    The control screen is large for a printer and a breeze to navigate and tilt-able. Unlike the competitors, you don’t have to tap to go to a next page, just swipe left or right as you would do on your cell phone. It was bright, clear, easy to navigate and self-explanatory. Within MINUTES I had it connected to our Wi-Fi, a first. I then scanned for wireless networks, found the HP Printer and connected to the printer directly with a simple password. Next step I did a search for wireless network printers, found the HP printer and windows installed it. Once done I reconnected my PC to my Wi-Fi internet and all was done! It WAS that simple.

    Loaded with features such as double sided printing, 1 pass double sided scanning so you can scan a double sided page in just 1 pass, impressive. It’s equipped with a walk up USB slot as well as a rear USB for Storage. It can handle up to 7 PC’s connected wirelessly. Printing was fast and clear. I then installed The HP Smart App on my cell and within minutes I was printing from my cell directly to the HP MFP M479FDW, so easy a caveman can do it. Once sent, it woke the printer and was printing within seconds. The quality of the color prints were amazing for a color laser and I was using regular stock 20 lb. paper, I wished I had photo paper to really get a feel for color.

    This is the FIRST printer I ever had to deal with where I could not only connect 1 but up to 7 PC’s so easily and wirelessly. Not To leave out it has Apple Air and Google Cloud print, first page prints in 9.5 seconds and 28 PPM which these specs beats all of our in house laser printers. A check on price when comparing, this HP is a bit more expensive than the competitors BUT you get Blue Tooth print, Apple air and Google cloud which others don’t support. I just noticed it’s on sale, a bargain and a no brainer loaded with options and ease of use.

    It outperformed ALL our in house laser printers in EVERY aspect. Speed, resolution and especially in ease of set up. I can stress enough how easy it was to set up! After a little reading I see HP designed this copier with small business in mind and HP got it right. No fuss, no Cat lines, just plug and connect. Everyone in our office has taken notice and has spent a little time with it. Several have connected to it and are using it. Everyone has been impressed. Time will tell how rugged it is but as of now, HP has a winner. I took my company Black and White Brother MFC-L2700DW Laser printer off, gave it to my boss and said I’ll use my new HP printer thank you!

    Aug 12, 2019 11:19
  • Review by callmeageeth, 8 out of 10
    Easy to use and versatile for high volume use

    In terms of general all around performance, you can’t do much better. This HP Laserjet Pro does everything really well, with the exception of scanning (could be better) and photo printing (which it’s not built to do). It’s ease of use, after initial setup, is another feather in its cap. The only real downside (and it’s a function of what it is) is it’s footprint and weight. That’s not a con, but something to keep in mind depending on your space. The other downside, again, common to all color laser printers, is the cost of the toner.

    IN THE BOX

    After getting the printer out of the box (which is a chore given how heavy it is) you will find a power cable, USB cable and ethernet cable. Nothing special. The color toner is already installed, so in terms of physically putting things together, there’s not much to do. You just need to find a space in your office/home that’s big enough to handle it.

    SETUP

    For whatever reason, I struggle with getting printers to work the first time. Especially wireless ones. A lot of my struggles relates to getting the right drivers. Windows will find the printer but it just won’t work. Luckily, the touchscreen on the printer itself is helpful. It directs you to the website where you can download the printer’s software on your computer. For me, I am using this printer connected to my desktop via USB cable. So I plugged the cable into my computer and printer, and after the HP software was downloaded, my printer was registered and the proper drivers downloaded. I can’t speak to the Wi-Fi set up, meaning, set up via Wi-Fi only (although I did easily connect the printer to my Wi-Fi, made easy via the touchscreen). More on printing via Wi-Fi in a moment.

    All in all, I thought the set up via USB cable was easy and straightforward so points to HP in helping this printer-setup challenged guy.

    EASE OF USE

    Now the first time I used it, I was printing a Word document. The printer was listed in the menu, but it wouldn’t connect and print. Luckily, after a few tries it just worked. From there, it’s been like magic. Whether I’m printing from my Android phone (NOTE: you have to download HP print services from Play Store) or from a Wi-Fi computer (again, after downloading the HP print services program) I can print anything from anywhere. I’ve printed double-sided without issues. Changing color to B/W is easy in the menus itself. The touchscreen is intuitive and easy to use. Truly, this is one of the few professional printers/scanners/fax machines that is really easy to operate. Having it do what you want is no problem.

    After downloading the HP software mentioned above, I was able to find the printer on my laptop while connected to my wireless network (again, after connecting the printer to Wi-Fi network). The printer appeared as if it was plugged directly in to my computer and I never had any issues printing while on the same Wi-Fi network.

    When scanning, you have the option to email the scan to someone or you can save it to your computer. I typically scan documents to myself, so saving them to the computer saves me the time of having to find the document in my inbox. When you’re done scanning the documents folder pops up and the PDF you just scanned is already there.

    QUALITY

    As a laserjet color printer, I expect great results. I was not disappointed. The quality of both B/W and color text is above-average in my humble opinion. The speed of printing is pretty good too. I don’t recall the actual PPM numbers, but that doesn’t matter. This will print B/W, color, and double-sided fast enough for any use. Even if it’s a large document. Printing color pictures on the other hand, wasn’t anything special. It was good, don’t get me wrong, but I wasn’t too impressed. But I didn’t get this to print pictures so that’s okay to me.

    Scanning, however, I was left wanting more. Before I get into quality, I do want to say that the auto feeder for scanning works well even on folded pages (as in, they scan straight and don’t get too skewed one way or the other) and my guess, can handle about 50 pages although I haven’t tested it. In other words, it can handle most things you need to scan in one fell swoop. Quality however, was a different story. I was underwhelmed with the scan quality both on the scanning bed and the feeder. The text and pictures were left jagged and the colors muted. It’s not so bad for me to say that you shouldn’t get it, but if scan quality is a top priority I might second guess it. For me, I mostly scan to save digital copies of hard files for filing purposes and for that, the scan quality is fine.

    CONS

    While I’ve mentioned a few already, the cons can be described as: 1) size and footprint and weight (again, it’s not surprising, it’s just something to keep in mind); 2) scan quality (below average, if you must have great scans, look elsewhere); 3) noise (this baby is loud when it’s working and warming up, louder than other multi function use printers I’ve used in the past). I would also add having to download HP software on your phone and laptops to print wirelessly. It’s not really that big of a deal, but the printer itself doesn’t tell you that it’s necessary (neither do the instruction manuals, which could really use some help in the readability department). I didn’t know to do this until I did some Google searching. Again, it’s not a deal breaker, but having clear instructions is important to me and HP fails in regards to showing the user how to take advantage of ALL of the functions and abilities of this very capable printer. But once you figure it out and how to use the features, it works great. Lastly, the cost of toner. Toner is ALWAYS expensive regardless of the printer, but when you add in color, the cost increases exponentially. It’s probably $200 to replace these. I haven’t gone through all of the toner yet, but it will sting my wallet when that time comes. But again, it comes with the territory. I only mention that for the people who might not have known about laser toner costs.

    CONCLUSION

    While it’s too much printer for the average home, if you do a lot of printing and/or have a small business, this printer is a terrific option. It prints in high quality at fast speeds (except photos) and the scanning and fax functions are adequate enough for most purposes. Best of all it’s simple to use after it’s all set up (which might require some Google searching). All in all, I’m very happy with the printer.

    Jul 18, 2019 12:23
  • Review by AncientGeek, 10 out of 10
    Great Home Office Printer

    HP Color LaserJest Pro MFP M479fdw

    Full disclosure: I received the HP Color LaserJest Pro MFP M479fdw as part of a program where I receive products in exchange for an honest and timely review.

    The printer came in a good size box that was fairly heavy. Some people may require or desire help with lifting it.

    The instructions recommend laying the box on its side after opening the top, so the printer can be pulled (slid) out via the conveniently provided tape in the stop.

    The foam packing was broken in several places, but there was no apparent damage to the printer.

    The printer display, doors and trays were all well secured for shipment. The tape was thoughtfully folded over on one end making it easy to remove.

    The printer comes with a power cord, USB cable and telephone cord, but no network cable. I suppose since most people will connect the printer to their wireless network, HP didn’t think a network cable was needed in the box. I have a good collection of network patch cords of various lengths, so that wasn’t a problem for me.

    I also own an M477fdw that I purchased two years ago, so I am able to do a nice side by side comparison. Visually, they are nearly identical. The only difference I could see with casual observation was that there is a little graphic on the left side of the M477 showing two concentric circles with what looks like perhaps an RFID tag touching on the corner. The M479 does not have this graphic.

    After unpacking, removing the tape and plugging in the power and my network cable, I powered up the printer. It went through a brief first prep cycle of some sort and then displayed the setup menu on the screen. I selected English and USA from the first two menus. The 3rd menu displayed the correct date automatically, but the wrong time on the next screen. I correct the time and moved on.

    The next screen asked me to select a printer setup environment. Self-Managed or IT-Managed. I selected Self-Managed since this will be installed in my home and I don’t have a management platform installed in my home IT environment. This then resulted in the display letting me know that LaserJet Update had been set to “On”..presumably for automatics software/firmware updates. The next screen was the last, telling me to finish the setup online and to get the latest software updates at 123.hp.com/laserjet

    After this, the printer completed a calibration and turned off. I touched the display and it came back on.

    The menus are similar, but clearly different on the M479. It is brighter with more color and a new ribbon at the top. The power saver seems more aggressive also, since it turns off quickly as I stop to type my setup notes.

    I looked though the menus to see my network setup and to turn off “direct print”, since I don’t use it and don’t want to see yet another SSID on my WiFi list. Next I printed an email message from my iPhone. I just selected print and then chose the new printer from the choice of the two MFPs I have here. The printer awakened and printed a nice crisp color copy of the email message. Then I grabbed my iPad and printed a copy of the note I used to type this product review. It behaved the same. Printing was very fast even for double sided printing. One reason I prefer laser printers is the lack of needed wait time when doing double sided printing. Laser toner doesn’t require time to dry before flipping the page to print the other side. That’s a huge time saver for long double sided documents.

    Fax setup appears good. I set up my fax number, header information, auto-answer, telephone line type (several options including traditional phone (POTS) lines and VoIP). I don’t have a phone line in my home office yet and I didn’t need to send a fax, so I did not test faxing. I found a setting for two sided fax printing, so incoming faxes can be printed on both sides of the paper.

    Next I inserted a page in the Automatic Document Feeder to try scanning. I was directed to do some setup via a web page or via the HP app. I used a Windows PC for this and quickly added the printer and scanned the page. I then moved to my MacBook Pro, added the printer and scanned a number of documents from the ADF. This all worked great. Scanning was fast, high quality and the pages were well aligned. I have not yet configured “scan to email” on this printer, but I have done that on my 477 and found it works ok. I assume it will be similar on this printer. You can also set up scanning to a network folder.

    A datapoint that I have from my two year experience with the 477 model of this printer is that I am still using the original toner cartridges in that printer. Unlike inkjet printers which need to go through cleaning cycles or get replaced periodically due to lack of use, the laser printer appears to just keep going and going even with relatively light usage and that was one of the reasons I purchased a laser printer two years ago.

    There is a lot more functionality built into the MFP M479fdw than I’ll ever use, but there is likely something there for everyone.

    I’m really happy with it so far and I would recommend this printer to other people with similar needs. It is nice looking, fast, high quality and functional. I look forward to using it for many years to come.

    Jul 19, 2019 08:31
  • Review by gadgetguy11, 10 out of 10
    Feature-Rich All-In-One Laser Printer

    The HP - LaserJet Pro M479fdw Wireless Color All-In-One Printer sets a new standard to maximize business productivity in a modern, fully equipped machine. I replaced a similar Brother printer that performed well for 5 years but the interface was getting dated. Here are the differences that jumped out at me:

    1- The HP M479fdw clearly deserved it's Energy Star Award. Starting the printer is quiet & uneventful compared with the Brother & similar 5-year old printers. Press start on those & the lights in the room dim as the laser starts up. This HP draws far less energy; no visible light dimming in the room during start-up & the HP is much quieter.

    2- The scan speed of the HP is amazing & it is virtually silent! Easily controlled by the onboard color touch screen or on a Mac OS or PC; touch scan & the image is available in a couple seconds, 5 times faster than the Brother.

    3- Print Quality is superb; colors are vibrant & black is crisp.

    4- Fast Print Speed: up to 28 pages / minute.

    5- Easy to Set-up. Simply select the WiFi & enter the Password. Within 2 minutes the machine is fully functional.

    6- Equally Mac OS & PC Friendly. I use Mac OS & my wife uses PC. We were impressed that this HP was equally accessible on both platforms. Printing & scanning is super intuitive on both Mac OS & PC.

    7- AirPrint directly from the iPad & iPhone. Effortless.

    8- 5ghz Wireless capable. The WiFi is State-of-the-Art & the machine performance reflects that with ultimate flexibility & speed. Whether you have a basic 2.4ghz WiFi or a faster 5ghz speed, this HP will operate the fastest possible, based on what you provide it.

    9- Easy-to-Read Large Touchscreen makes printing & scanning a simple, one-touch process. See attached photo.

    10- A Full Complement of Business Features: Scans to email; print from an email; even a login can be required to print, just one of many security features built-in.

    CONCLUSION: The HP LaserJet Pro M479fdw is the very BEST all-in-one Laser Printer I have ever tested. It easily commands 5 Stars & is positioned above all others that I have tested to date. It earns my HIGHEST RECOMMENDATION.

    Jul 21, 2019 08:52
  • Review by Gizmo, 10 out of 10
    Excellent full featured all in one printer!!

    Overview

    The HP LaserJet Pro M479fdw is a multifunction device, it can print in color, scan, fax and copy. Its big and a bit on the heavy side, 50lbs and sits 16” tall. The box advises you to tip over and pull out on its side, good advice! My printer arrived packed very securely, all the flaps and covers were taped to minimize movement during shipping. This is my first laser printer in a long time. I noticed you no longer have to pull out a strip on the toner cartridges and risk getting ink powder on the floor. Once the packaging has been removed, just plug it in and setup.

    Setup:

    The LCD screen is a pleasure to use, unlike my current printer, an older inkjet, this LCD screen is large (approximately 4.25” corner to corner), bright (brightness adjustable), the on-screen keyboard is precise and the screen feels sturdy, doesn’t flop around when you press the buttons. Basic setup was simple, type in your WiFi password, follow the prompts. In addition to setting up the printer on WiFi, (I didn’t use USB cable), I also enabled HP ePrint (under “web services”). This feature allows you to email print jobs to the printer from anywhere by simply emailing your unique HP ePrint email address. The printer will provide you with a unique eprint email. This feature is great especially if you have technology challenged family members you need to occasionally send stuff to, like I do. Rather then calling and walking them through how to print an attachment each time, I just email the printer.

    Setup to “Scan to network”:

    I have a NAS (network attached storage), I wanted to set up scanning directly to a folder the network drive. I found this to be not as straightforward as it should be. All the printer settings can be access through a web browser, simply type the printer’s IP address, for example, 192.168.1.100. In the “SCAN” – “SCAN TO NETWORK” you can set your default scan settings, such as paper size, double sided, file name prefix or suffix. But it doesn’t have the “folder path” here. To set up a folder to scan to, you have to go to “ADDRESS BOOK” – “CONTACTS” and create an entry here under UNC Folder Path. I think it would’ve been more intuitive to have put this setting under “SCAN TO NETWORK”. ON a side note, this scanner can scan both sides of the page with 1 pass.

    Performance:

    The copy, scan and print quality of this printer is excellent! The text on the print outs are very crisp and sharp, exactly as I expected from a laser printer. I was surprised how nicely pictures print out, although I’ll probably keep my inkjet printers for that. Air Print works flawlessly with my idevices. There are many different ways to print from the printer, you can connect directly with WiFi Direct, Bluetooth, air print, USB drive, Google drive, Dropbox and perhaps the most common, USB cable, WiFi or wired ethernet cable. There are almost too many options, if there’s such a thing. I printed a test page from https://printatestpage.com/ to compare my current inkjet to the color laser, the text is sharper and the images more saturated on the laser. For home usage, the difference isn’t a big deal. The inkjet is fine for most if not all printing tasks of a typical household plus inkjets still print photos better.

    Overview:

    If you need a printer for high volume, this multifunction laser printer is an excellent choice. With print speeds of 27 pages per minute and monthly cycle of up to 50,000 pages, this printer is suitable for an office environment.

    Pros:

    1. Excellent print quality

    2. Myriad of connectivity options

    3. Many options of there to “Scan to” (email, network folder, USB drive, dropbox, Google drive)

    4. Nice display screen, intuitive menu’s

    Cons:

    1. Printer cost.

    2. Would be nice if the 3 buttons (Return to prev, Home, Help) under the display screen lit up.

    Jul 22, 2019 23:34
  • Review by royale192, 10 out of 10
    Over kill But well worth it

    I am replacing my 6 year old Epson Printer with this.

    It print fast for what I need it for. I just recently went back to school and needed something I could print more with and had been looking for an upgrade.

    Wow setup was really fast and easy. I am using an Android phone that I had wireless print set up for before. All I had to do was add this printer to my list of web print. Did i mention its fast at printing? My main reason for changing to laser jet was the yield from the toners. Lots more pages per print. But that is also a downfall, they are pretty expensive. I recommend only if you run a small office or have the need to print a lot. I am doing lots of printing so my need had me in the market. Print from any device i own is fast and accurate. have not tested pictures. But pages that had color and small images printed quick and no runs.

    Just as a test I printed out doc with pictures about 14 pages in total. Fast and clear took only seconds. You would have thought it was printing black and white only. The color is super fast also

    Highly recommend anyone looking for more printing capacity need to give this a look.

    Jul 21, 2019 13:17
  • Review by Toni, 10 out of 10
    HP M479

    While I can do with a smaller and cheaper printer, this one worked out perfect for my home needed. No complains

    Nov 20, 2020 15:35
  • 9.4score
    HP - PageWide Pro 477dw Wireless All-In-One Inkjet Printer - White
    Description

    Handle the printing, copying, fax and scanning needs of your business with this HP PageWide Pro printer, which frees up office space with its multifunction capabilities. Two-sided scanning saves you time, and a 100-page fax memory for black and white lets you take care of large document sharing with the push of a button on this HP PageWide Pro printer.

    17 Features
  • Prints up to 55 ISO ppm* in black, up to 55 ISO ppm* in color: To generate documents quickly.
  • 4-in-1 functionality: Copies, faxes, prints and scans to accommodate your business and personal needs.
  • Wireless and mobile printing capability: Connect this printer to your home or office network with built-in Ethernet or wireless LAN. Plus, print from your mobile device with the free HP ePrint app or Apple® AirPrint.
  • Compatible with Google Cloud Print 2.0: For simple printing from your smartphone or tablet.
  • Color resolution up to 2400 x 1200 dpi: Along with a black-and-white resolution up to 1200 x 1200 dpi produces clear, vibrant images.
  • 4 individual print cartridges are economical: Only replace ink cartridges (black, cyan, magenta and yellow) when a color runs out.
  • 500-sheet input tray: With 300-sheet output tray. The 50-page auto document feeder enables quick paper reloading.
  • 4.3" touch screen: Makes operation simple.
  • USB 2.0 port for simple connectivity: High-speed USB 2.0 port offers a standard connection to your PC or a simple way to plug in and print with a USB drive, camera or other device.
  • Built-in duplex printing: Print on both sides of the page without turning it over manually, to minimize your printing costs and help the environment.
  • More print, copy and scan solutions: Automatically print 2-sided documents, scan documents to your computer or directly to e-mail and more.
  • Copies up to 55 cpm* in black, up to 55 ISO cpm* in color: To ensure efficient performance.
  • Copy resolution up to 600 dpi: To generate copies quickly.
  • High-speed fax: With 33.6 Kbps modem, 100 speed dials and automatic redial to meet your office needs.
  • Scanner with color CIS (contact image sensor): Allows you to scan documents in up to 1200 x 1200 dpi optical resolution to reproduce exact colors and large documents.
  • NFC capability: Allows wireless printing via compatible mobile devices with a simple touch.
  • Dynamic Security: This printer uses dynamic security, which may be updated periodically by firmware updates. The printer is intended to be used solely with cartridges using an original HP chip. Cartridges using a non‐HP chip may not function or may cease to function.
  • 8 Most Useful Reviews
  • Review by Mohammad, 10 out of 10
    Fastest printer I've ever owned

    I was hesitant about purchasing this printer since it was the first of its kind and the technology hasn't been out there for long, but I'm so happy that I decided to try it. I require high volume printing for contracts and sometimes color for brochures. I've always been a laser printer user, specifically brother, but this technology is far superior than anything I've ever seen.

    The scan quality is much better than any other printer I've used. The apps that HP has to offer are vast and you can literally print from anywhere, there are so many options to do such a simple task. I've owned the printer for about three months and I havnt even gone through 15% of the ink that came with the box.

    My advice: if you are looking for a super fast, modern, and efficient printer this is the one. Especially if you are used to using laser printers and are tired of the low quality color that they usually give out.

    May 17, 2017 18:31
  • Review by Lori, 10 out of 10
    Little more cost but well worth it.

    It is working as expected. I've printed a lot of my work documents and it has still got ink. The originalcartridges. I went through a lot of ink with my old HP 8740. I loved that printer and it's set up. But sadly all printers eventually die. I purchased the HP 9025 thinking it would be a similar printer just more condensed in size. I hated it. I used it for a few weeks thinking 'it was new and I just needed to get used to it. In 3 weeks time I flew through ink. Hated the small dysfunctional out put tray and so much more. It went back and I purchased this one. Higher cost for the printer and ink, but I wanted something that was going to work for me.

    I have not been disappointed and am so thankful I did. No disconnecting issues with this one. Still on first cartridges sent. I am one that likes to be sure I've got ink on hand, but this one is doing great. I did purchase a black cartridge since I usually go through those pretty quickly. I haven't had to replace it yet. Cartridges are more in cost, but when printing number of sheets is compared to cost, it is so much cheaper.

    Let's talk about the paper. Output tray us perfect for printing several documents out. Holds several sheets, compared to the 9025, which was a joke. More than 10 pages on that one and they were on the floor. The paper tray is perfect as well. I can put an entire ream of paper in the tray at one time. And the additional tray for stiffer paper is placed in the right place to flip it down and get it going for envelopes and card stock. It's not on the backside of the machine like so many.

    Printing is quick, much quicker that my previous ones. Very quiet and only operates when it has a job. So no noise between printing time or humming of the machine. Overall printing of document is clear and precise. I don't do photos much so that aspect has not be looked at for overall printing appearance.

    Let's talk scanning. I do a lot of that and the automatic input tray has never been maxed on this one as it was on the 9025. The output tray handles them all. Very quick. Had to check a few times to be sure they all scanned and had to add a few single pages, but humidity was higher at that time, which I account for that aspect of sheets being pulled so fast that it has 2 sheets instead of the 1.

    Faxing is great as well. No issues overall with that.

    Overall I think this printer and I are going to work just fine together.

    Apr 10, 2021 10:59
  • Review by Michael, 10 out of 10
    Great office all in one

    Bought this product for our office to replace one of our older machines. The ease of use is fantastic and it looks great. It has a ton of capabilities and exceeds our expectations so far.

    Sep 21, 2021 18:46
  • Review by MarcAL, 10 out of 10
    477 works fine

    This replaced a 5 year old HP pagewide and its faster and similar. Works just fine.

    Oct 15, 2021 15:31
  • Review by Bocaphilip, 8 out of 10
    printing

    This printer is amazing because it does double-sided printing but You need thicker paper, not 89 Paper you need 92 or more, It printsDouble sided at one time it does not suck it back and print on the other side it's double printing on double-sided paper in one shot, It prints so fast it can do 500 sheets in five minutes Or less

    Dec 27, 2020 16:52
  • Review by Chris, 10 out of 10
    Great All In One!

    Very nice printer. I have used these many of times and worked out awesome!

    Sep 10, 2021 20:07
  • Review by MiguelAngel, 10 out of 10
    A Great Upgrade

    This printer is a great upgrade from my toner printer both HP of course and both print great but this one, the cartridges last longer and holds more paper. it is also easy to setup and I really like that it also looks great. I've had this for over 4 months and I haven't changed the ink, I bought already the ink but I have yet to change it. It also copies both sides and prints as well. overall it was a great upgrade from my other HP Printer.

    Mar 17, 2017 16:48
  • Review by Mike, 10 out of 10
    HP Printer

    The speed of the printer is excellent, and great quality.

    Aug 16, 2021 08:01
  • 9.4score
    HP - LaserJet Pro M479fdw Wireless Color All-In-One Laser Printer - White
    Description

    Winning in business means working smarter. This HP Color LaserJet Pro M479fdw printer is designed to let you focus your time where it's most effective - growing your business and staying ahead of the competition.Prints up to 27 ISO ppm*, up to 27 ISO ppm* in color

    15 Features
  • Prints up to 27 ISO ppm* in black, up to 27 ISO ppm* in color: Produces documents quickly.
  • Be sure you have the right cartridge: Enter your printer's model number into our Ink and Toner Finder to find compatible cartridges. Get started ›
  • Ideal for high-volume printing: This laser printer handles large volumes quickly and at a low cost per page. Toner (powder) is used instead of ink, so you get smudge-free images and text.
  • Wireless and mobile printing capability: Connect this printer to your home or office network with built-in Ethernet or wireless LAN. Plus, print from your mobile device with the free HP ePrint app or Apple® AirPrint.**
  • Apple® AirPrint enabled: Allows Apple iPad® and iPhone® printing.**
  • Toner family number: Works with HP 414A and HP 414X toner cartridges.
  • Print speed: Prints up to 27 ISO ppm* in black, up to 27 ISO ppm* in color. First page out as fast as 9.5 seconds in black, as fast as 11.1 seconds in color.
  • Page yield: Four pre-installed introductory HP LaserJet toner cartridges yield up to 2,400 pages in black, up to 1,200 pages in color.
  • 600 dpi (dots per inch) for good print quality: Sufficient resolution for producing quality documents and photos.
  • Four individual print cartridges are economical: Only replace an ink cartridge (black, cyan, magenta, or yellow) when its color runs out.
  • Large paper trays for high-volume printing and copying: Reload less often with the 250-sheet input tray, 50-sheet multipurpose tray, and 150-sheet output tray. Copy, scan, or fax multiple pages easily with the 50-sheet automatic document feeder.
  • 4.3" touch screen: Lets you tackle tasks quickly and effortlessly.
  • USB port for simple connectivity: The high-speed USB 2.0 port offers a standard connection to your PC or a simple way to plug in and print from a USB drive, camera, or other devices.
  • Built-in duplex printing: Print on both sides of the page without turning it over manually to minimize your printing costs and help the environment.
  • Dynamic Security: This printer uses dynamic security, which may be updated periodically by firmware updates. The printer is intended to be used solely with cartridges using an original HP chip. Cartridges using a non‐HP chip may not function or may cease to function.
  • 8 Most Useful Reviews
  • Review by ReviewedByPhil, 10 out of 10
    Crisp prints, great colors, lots of flexibility

    This is my first color laser printer that I’ve used outside of a corporate office environment, and I think it performs every bit as well as the behemoths in the workplace. This printer responds quickly to submitted print jobs and initializes/starts printing within a few seconds of hitting print on my laptop. The prints also come out fast, so you won’t be waiting a long time at the machine unless you’re printing hundreds of pages. Black and white prints and text are crisp, dark, and consistent and color prints are bright, vivid, and fairly true to color. I will say that with photographic prints, I noticed some slight banding in solid color areas, the colors were somewhat less saturated than what you see on a screen; if you look closely you can see grains of distortion in finely detailed portions of the photo, though that could be a combination of the resolution of the original image, print scaling, and the kind of paper used. In general, I thought color photos printed on plain white paper came out looking great. When scanning and photocopying, all colors, including black are somewhat lightened/faded. It’s slight, but if you scan or copy the copy, each pass will make the text and images lighter, and the edges of text and images are softened.

    This printer is fairly large, bulky, and heavy, so I suggest finding a permanent place for it to live in your home or home office that gives you access to all sides of it. It needs a lot of extra space because the paper tray slides out the front and the back panel may occasionally need to be opened to clear paper jams (at least an extra foot clearance front and back). The scanner bed lid raises the height requirement an extra 10 inches as well. The printer was pretty easy to set up if you follow the quick start manual directions closely. WiFi setup took only a few minutes, and I was able to connect to it wirelessly and start printing after downloading and installing the software to my computer. The only part that was not explained well was changing the IP address of the printer to static versus automatic so that it would be consistently found on my home network. After I did this I stopped having the issue where my computer wouldn’t find the printer on the network after the printer went to sleep or was rebooted.

    Controlling everything using the touch screen is straightforward with taps and swipes just like on a smart phone or tablet. I like that there are a lot of ways to send jobs to the printer. With Web Services turned on, you’re assigned a unique email address that if you send a document to, the printer will receive the document as a print job from anywhere with an internet connection. You can also use a USB stick and print files directly off of it, or scan documents and save to it as well. If you prefer not to print documents right away when sending jobs over the network, with a USB thumb drive installed in the back of the machine, it can store jobs that you can retrieve and print at the machine instead. You can also password or PIN protect those jobs so they won’t sit unattended in the document retrieval tray if the documents are sensitive and the printer is located in a public area.

    There’s also the option to connect directly to the printer via USB, WiFi-direct, or Bluetooth if you don’t want it to be network connected. The mobile app was straightforward and simple to use to print documents and photos from mobile devices. You can even select files from online storage like Dropbox, Google Drive, and social media like Facebook and Instagram. The one thing that I don’t like is that the genuine toner cartridges for this printer are pricey (there are 4 of them) and can be exorbitant if you want the high capacity cartridges, but as it is, with my printing needs, the starter cartridges will last me a couple years as they’re supposed to be able to print upward of 2000 pages each. If you print a lot, you may want to invest in the 3rd paper tray (stacks onto the bottom), which is sold separately and can hold up to 550 sheets of paper. The two included trays can only hold 50 and 250 sheets respectively; both can house a variety of sizes of paper and even envelopes. I just wasn’t a fan of how extending paper tray 2 for legal paper made the drawer stick out from the machine about 2 inches. Seems like a dust catcher, though practically, I don’t think I’d ever leave legal paper in that tray making that point moot. Not sure who uses fax anymore, but that’s an available option as well with both a dedicated phone line and pass through phone jack in the back.

    The printer does not put out a lot of heat, has relatively low toner odor after printing, and is fairly quiet during operation. I have it set to go to sleep after 1 minute of inactivity to save electricity. Overall, this printer has all the bells and whistles that you’d need for an office printer and can handle small to medium volume professional and home business printing. It’s easy to set up and use and gives you flexibility with internet connected apps and security with various types of job handling. The print quality for black and color are great, as are digital scans, though photocopies may end up slightly lighter than the original document.

    Aug 02, 2019 15:14
  • Review by iampete, 10 out of 10
    Impressive Office Grade Quality Wireless Printer!

    Upon reviewing this new HP Color laser Jet Pro MFP M479FDW, I have some experience with wireless printers. At work we have a lot, somewhere around 18 of these laser units. They mainly consist of Brothers MFC and a Few Color Canons so I compared this HP to what we are using now, just to name a few.

    Brother MFC-L2700DW

    Brother MFC-9330CDW

    Canon MF624CW

    Now it’s tough to beat Brother and Canon but I had an open mind. I’m not no expert in Wi-Fi copiers but I’ve had more than my share of frustration setting copiers on the Wi-Fi before. I did purposely did NOT look at the setup instructions. I literally opened the box, placed the Copier next to our Canon MF624CW, removed the protective films and plugged it in. Weight and footprint (size) was pretty much identical to the Canon and Brother 933. Its footprint is 16 ½” Wide 18” Deep 15 ¾ “ High at 51lbs but keep in mind there is a rear paper feeder which would increase the depth , with the top door open its 26” high. Holds 250 sheets of paper capacity and can hold 50 sheets for scanning on its top feeder. Opening up the trays and toner storage, it felt well-built and sturdy, like a business copier should. It comes with a phone cable and a USB printer cable. Trust me in this, you won’t need the USB cable unless you don’t have Wi-Fi.

    The control screen is large for a printer and a breeze to navigate and tilt-able. Unlike the competitors, you don’t have to tap to go to a next page, just swipe left or right as you would do on your cell phone. It was bright, clear, easy to navigate and self-explanatory. Within MINUTES I had it connected to our Wi-Fi, a first. I then scanned for wireless networks, found the HP Printer and connected to the printer directly with a simple password. Next step I did a search for wireless network printers, found the HP printer and windows installed it. Once done I reconnected my PC to my Wi-Fi internet and all was done! It WAS that simple.

    Loaded with features such as double sided printing, 1 pass double sided scanning so you can scan a double sided page in just 1 pass, impressive. It’s equipped with a walk up USB slot as well as a rear USB for Storage. It can handle up to 7 PC’s connected wirelessly. Printing was fast and clear. I then installed The HP Smart App on my cell and within minutes I was printing from my cell directly to the HP MFP M479FDW, so easy a caveman can do it. Once sent, it woke the printer and was printing within seconds. The quality of the color prints were amazing for a color laser and I was using regular stock 20 lb. paper, I wished I had photo paper to really get a feel for color.

    This is the FIRST printer I ever had to deal with where I could not only connect 1 but up to 7 PC’s so easily and wirelessly. Not To leave out it has Apple Air and Google Cloud print, first page prints in 9.5 seconds and 28 PPM which these specs beats all of our in house laser printers. A check on price when comparing, this HP is a bit more expensive than the competitors BUT you get Blue Tooth print, Apple air and Google cloud which others don’t support. I just noticed it’s on sale, a bargain and a no brainer loaded with options and ease of use.

    It outperformed ALL our in house laser printers in EVERY aspect. Speed, resolution and especially in ease of set up. I can stress enough how easy it was to set up! After a little reading I see HP designed this copier with small business in mind and HP got it right. No fuss, no Cat lines, just plug and connect. Everyone in our office has taken notice and has spent a little time with it. Several have connected to it and are using it. Everyone has been impressed. Time will tell how rugged it is but as of now, HP has a winner. I took my company Black and White Brother MFC-L2700DW Laser printer off, gave it to my boss and said I’ll use my new HP printer thank you!

    Aug 12, 2019 11:19
  • Review by callmeageeth, 8 out of 10
    Easy to use and versatile for high volume use

    In terms of general all around performance, you can’t do much better. This HP Laserjet Pro does everything really well, with the exception of scanning (could be better) and photo printing (which it’s not built to do). It’s ease of use, after initial setup, is another feather in its cap. The only real downside (and it’s a function of what it is) is it’s footprint and weight. That’s not a con, but something to keep in mind depending on your space. The other downside, again, common to all color laser printers, is the cost of the toner.

    IN THE BOX

    After getting the printer out of the box (which is a chore given how heavy it is) you will find a power cable, USB cable and ethernet cable. Nothing special. The color toner is already installed, so in terms of physically putting things together, there’s not much to do. You just need to find a space in your office/home that’s big enough to handle it.

    SETUP

    For whatever reason, I struggle with getting printers to work the first time. Especially wireless ones. A lot of my struggles relates to getting the right drivers. Windows will find the printer but it just won’t work. Luckily, the touchscreen on the printer itself is helpful. It directs you to the website where you can download the printer’s software on your computer. For me, I am using this printer connected to my desktop via USB cable. So I plugged the cable into my computer and printer, and after the HP software was downloaded, my printer was registered and the proper drivers downloaded. I can’t speak to the Wi-Fi set up, meaning, set up via Wi-Fi only (although I did easily connect the printer to my Wi-Fi, made easy via the touchscreen). More on printing via Wi-Fi in a moment.

    All in all, I thought the set up via USB cable was easy and straightforward so points to HP in helping this printer-setup challenged guy.

    EASE OF USE

    Now the first time I used it, I was printing a Word document. The printer was listed in the menu, but it wouldn’t connect and print. Luckily, after a few tries it just worked. From there, it’s been like magic. Whether I’m printing from my Android phone (NOTE: you have to download HP print services from Play Store) or from a Wi-Fi computer (again, after downloading the HP print services program) I can print anything from anywhere. I’ve printed double-sided without issues. Changing color to B/W is easy in the menus itself. The touchscreen is intuitive and easy to use. Truly, this is one of the few professional printers/scanners/fax machines that is really easy to operate. Having it do what you want is no problem.

    After downloading the HP software mentioned above, I was able to find the printer on my laptop while connected to my wireless network (again, after connecting the printer to Wi-Fi network). The printer appeared as if it was plugged directly in to my computer and I never had any issues printing while on the same Wi-Fi network.

    When scanning, you have the option to email the scan to someone or you can save it to your computer. I typically scan documents to myself, so saving them to the computer saves me the time of having to find the document in my inbox. When you’re done scanning the documents folder pops up and the PDF you just scanned is already there.

    QUALITY

    As a laserjet color printer, I expect great results. I was not disappointed. The quality of both B/W and color text is above-average in my humble opinion. The speed of printing is pretty good too. I don’t recall the actual PPM numbers, but that doesn’t matter. This will print B/W, color, and double-sided fast enough for any use. Even if it’s a large document. Printing color pictures on the other hand, wasn’t anything special. It was good, don’t get me wrong, but I wasn’t too impressed. But I didn’t get this to print pictures so that’s okay to me.

    Scanning, however, I was left wanting more. Before I get into quality, I do want to say that the auto feeder for scanning works well even on folded pages (as in, they scan straight and don’t get too skewed one way or the other) and my guess, can handle about 50 pages although I haven’t tested it. In other words, it can handle most things you need to scan in one fell swoop. Quality however, was a different story. I was underwhelmed with the scan quality both on the scanning bed and the feeder. The text and pictures were left jagged and the colors muted. It’s not so bad for me to say that you shouldn’t get it, but if scan quality is a top priority I might second guess it. For me, I mostly scan to save digital copies of hard files for filing purposes and for that, the scan quality is fine.

    CONS

    While I’ve mentioned a few already, the cons can be described as: 1) size and footprint and weight (again, it’s not surprising, it’s just something to keep in mind); 2) scan quality (below average, if you must have great scans, look elsewhere); 3) noise (this baby is loud when it’s working and warming up, louder than other multi function use printers I’ve used in the past). I would also add having to download HP software on your phone and laptops to print wirelessly. It’s not really that big of a deal, but the printer itself doesn’t tell you that it’s necessary (neither do the instruction manuals, which could really use some help in the readability department). I didn’t know to do this until I did some Google searching. Again, it’s not a deal breaker, but having clear instructions is important to me and HP fails in regards to showing the user how to take advantage of ALL of the functions and abilities of this very capable printer. But once you figure it out and how to use the features, it works great. Lastly, the cost of toner. Toner is ALWAYS expensive regardless of the printer, but when you add in color, the cost increases exponentially. It’s probably $200 to replace these. I haven’t gone through all of the toner yet, but it will sting my wallet when that time comes. But again, it comes with the territory. I only mention that for the people who might not have known about laser toner costs.

    CONCLUSION

    While it’s too much printer for the average home, if you do a lot of printing and/or have a small business, this printer is a terrific option. It prints in high quality at fast speeds (except photos) and the scanning and fax functions are adequate enough for most purposes. Best of all it’s simple to use after it’s all set up (which might require some Google searching). All in all, I’m very happy with the printer.

    Jul 18, 2019 12:23
  • Review by AncientGeek, 10 out of 10
    Great Home Office Printer

    HP Color LaserJest Pro MFP M479fdw

    Full disclosure: I received the HP Color LaserJest Pro MFP M479fdw as part of a program where I receive products in exchange for an honest and timely review.

    The printer came in a good size box that was fairly heavy. Some people may require or desire help with lifting it.

    The instructions recommend laying the box on its side after opening the top, so the printer can be pulled (slid) out via the conveniently provided tape in the stop.

    The foam packing was broken in several places, but there was no apparent damage to the printer.

    The printer display, doors and trays were all well secured for shipment. The tape was thoughtfully folded over on one end making it easy to remove.

    The printer comes with a power cord, USB cable and telephone cord, but no network cable. I suppose since most people will connect the printer to their wireless network, HP didn’t think a network cable was needed in the box. I have a good collection of network patch cords of various lengths, so that wasn’t a problem for me.

    I also own an M477fdw that I purchased two years ago, so I am able to do a nice side by side comparison. Visually, they are nearly identical. The only difference I could see with casual observation was that there is a little graphic on the left side of the M477 showing two concentric circles with what looks like perhaps an RFID tag touching on the corner. The M479 does not have this graphic.

    After unpacking, removing the tape and plugging in the power and my network cable, I powered up the printer. It went through a brief first prep cycle of some sort and then displayed the setup menu on the screen. I selected English and USA from the first two menus. The 3rd menu displayed the correct date automatically, but the wrong time on the next screen. I correct the time and moved on.

    The next screen asked me to select a printer setup environment. Self-Managed or IT-Managed. I selected Self-Managed since this will be installed in my home and I don’t have a management platform installed in my home IT environment. This then resulted in the display letting me know that LaserJet Update had been set to “On”..presumably for automatics software/firmware updates. The next screen was the last, telling me to finish the setup online and to get the latest software updates at 123.hp.com/laserjet

    After this, the printer completed a calibration and turned off. I touched the display and it came back on.

    The menus are similar, but clearly different on the M479. It is brighter with more color and a new ribbon at the top. The power saver seems more aggressive also, since it turns off quickly as I stop to type my setup notes.

    I looked though the menus to see my network setup and to turn off “direct print”, since I don’t use it and don’t want to see yet another SSID on my WiFi list. Next I printed an email message from my iPhone. I just selected print and then chose the new printer from the choice of the two MFPs I have here. The printer awakened and printed a nice crisp color copy of the email message. Then I grabbed my iPad and printed a copy of the note I used to type this product review. It behaved the same. Printing was very fast even for double sided printing. One reason I prefer laser printers is the lack of needed wait time when doing double sided printing. Laser toner doesn’t require time to dry before flipping the page to print the other side. That’s a huge time saver for long double sided documents.

    Fax setup appears good. I set up my fax number, header information, auto-answer, telephone line type (several options including traditional phone (POTS) lines and VoIP). I don’t have a phone line in my home office yet and I didn’t need to send a fax, so I did not test faxing. I found a setting for two sided fax printing, so incoming faxes can be printed on both sides of the paper.

    Next I inserted a page in the Automatic Document Feeder to try scanning. I was directed to do some setup via a web page or via the HP app. I used a Windows PC for this and quickly added the printer and scanned the page. I then moved to my MacBook Pro, added the printer and scanned a number of documents from the ADF. This all worked great. Scanning was fast, high quality and the pages were well aligned. I have not yet configured “scan to email” on this printer, but I have done that on my 477 and found it works ok. I assume it will be similar on this printer. You can also set up scanning to a network folder.

    A datapoint that I have from my two year experience with the 477 model of this printer is that I am still using the original toner cartridges in that printer. Unlike inkjet printers which need to go through cleaning cycles or get replaced periodically due to lack of use, the laser printer appears to just keep going and going even with relatively light usage and that was one of the reasons I purchased a laser printer two years ago.

    There is a lot more functionality built into the MFP M479fdw than I’ll ever use, but there is likely something there for everyone.

    I’m really happy with it so far and I would recommend this printer to other people with similar needs. It is nice looking, fast, high quality and functional. I look forward to using it for many years to come.

    Jul 19, 2019 08:31
  • Review by gadgetguy11, 10 out of 10
    Feature-Rich All-In-One Laser Printer

    The HP - LaserJet Pro M479fdw Wireless Color All-In-One Printer sets a new standard to maximize business productivity in a modern, fully equipped machine. I replaced a similar Brother printer that performed well for 5 years but the interface was getting dated. Here are the differences that jumped out at me:

    1- The HP M479fdw clearly deserved it's Energy Star Award. Starting the printer is quiet & uneventful compared with the Brother & similar 5-year old printers. Press start on those & the lights in the room dim as the laser starts up. This HP draws far less energy; no visible light dimming in the room during start-up & the HP is much quieter.

    2- The scan speed of the HP is amazing & it is virtually silent! Easily controlled by the onboard color touch screen or on a Mac OS or PC; touch scan & the image is available in a couple seconds, 5 times faster than the Brother.

    3- Print Quality is superb; colors are vibrant & black is crisp.

    4- Fast Print Speed: up to 28 pages / minute.

    5- Easy to Set-up. Simply select the WiFi & enter the Password. Within 2 minutes the machine is fully functional.

    6- Equally Mac OS & PC Friendly. I use Mac OS & my wife uses PC. We were impressed that this HP was equally accessible on both platforms. Printing & scanning is super intuitive on both Mac OS & PC.

    7- AirPrint directly from the iPad & iPhone. Effortless.

    8- 5ghz Wireless capable. The WiFi is State-of-the-Art & the machine performance reflects that with ultimate flexibility & speed. Whether you have a basic 2.4ghz WiFi or a faster 5ghz speed, this HP will operate the fastest possible, based on what you provide it.

    9- Easy-to-Read Large Touchscreen makes printing & scanning a simple, one-touch process. See attached photo.

    10- A Full Complement of Business Features: Scans to email; print from an email; even a login can be required to print, just one of many security features built-in.

    CONCLUSION: The HP LaserJet Pro M479fdw is the very BEST all-in-one Laser Printer I have ever tested. It easily commands 5 Stars & is positioned above all others that I have tested to date. It earns my HIGHEST RECOMMENDATION.

    Jul 21, 2019 08:52
  • Review by Gizmo, 10 out of 10
    Excellent full featured all in one printer!!

    Overview

    The HP LaserJet Pro M479fdw is a multifunction device, it can print in color, scan, fax and copy. Its big and a bit on the heavy side, 50lbs and sits 16” tall. The box advises you to tip over and pull out on its side, good advice! My printer arrived packed very securely, all the flaps and covers were taped to minimize movement during shipping. This is my first laser printer in a long time. I noticed you no longer have to pull out a strip on the toner cartridges and risk getting ink powder on the floor. Once the packaging has been removed, just plug it in and setup.

    Setup:

    The LCD screen is a pleasure to use, unlike my current printer, an older inkjet, this LCD screen is large (approximately 4.25” corner to corner), bright (brightness adjustable), the on-screen keyboard is precise and the screen feels sturdy, doesn’t flop around when you press the buttons. Basic setup was simple, type in your WiFi password, follow the prompts. In addition to setting up the printer on WiFi, (I didn’t use USB cable), I also enabled HP ePrint (under “web services”). This feature allows you to email print jobs to the printer from anywhere by simply emailing your unique HP ePrint email address. The printer will provide you with a unique eprint email. This feature is great especially if you have technology challenged family members you need to occasionally send stuff to, like I do. Rather then calling and walking them through how to print an attachment each time, I just email the printer.

    Setup to “Scan to network”:

    I have a NAS (network attached storage), I wanted to set up scanning directly to a folder the network drive. I found this to be not as straightforward as it should be. All the printer settings can be access through a web browser, simply type the printer’s IP address, for example, 192.168.1.100. In the “SCAN” – “SCAN TO NETWORK” you can set your default scan settings, such as paper size, double sided, file name prefix or suffix. But it doesn’t have the “folder path” here. To set up a folder to scan to, you have to go to “ADDRESS BOOK” – “CONTACTS” and create an entry here under UNC Folder Path. I think it would’ve been more intuitive to have put this setting under “SCAN TO NETWORK”. ON a side note, this scanner can scan both sides of the page with 1 pass.

    Performance:

    The copy, scan and print quality of this printer is excellent! The text on the print outs are very crisp and sharp, exactly as I expected from a laser printer. I was surprised how nicely pictures print out, although I’ll probably keep my inkjet printers for that. Air Print works flawlessly with my idevices. There are many different ways to print from the printer, you can connect directly with WiFi Direct, Bluetooth, air print, USB drive, Google drive, Dropbox and perhaps the most common, USB cable, WiFi or wired ethernet cable. There are almost too many options, if there’s such a thing. I printed a test page from https://printatestpage.com/ to compare my current inkjet to the color laser, the text is sharper and the images more saturated on the laser. For home usage, the difference isn’t a big deal. The inkjet is fine for most if not all printing tasks of a typical household plus inkjets still print photos better.

    Overview:

    If you need a printer for high volume, this multifunction laser printer is an excellent choice. With print speeds of 27 pages per minute and monthly cycle of up to 50,000 pages, this printer is suitable for an office environment.

    Pros:

    1. Excellent print quality

    2. Myriad of connectivity options

    3. Many options of there to “Scan to” (email, network folder, USB drive, dropbox, Google drive)

    4. Nice display screen, intuitive menu’s

    Cons:

    1. Printer cost.

    2. Would be nice if the 3 buttons (Return to prev, Home, Help) under the display screen lit up.

    Jul 22, 2019 23:34
  • Review by royale192, 10 out of 10
    Over kill But well worth it

    I am replacing my 6 year old Epson Printer with this.

    It print fast for what I need it for. I just recently went back to school and needed something I could print more with and had been looking for an upgrade.

    Wow setup was really fast and easy. I am using an Android phone that I had wireless print set up for before. All I had to do was add this printer to my list of web print. Did i mention its fast at printing? My main reason for changing to laser jet was the yield from the toners. Lots more pages per print. But that is also a downfall, they are pretty expensive. I recommend only if you run a small office or have the need to print a lot. I am doing lots of printing so my need had me in the market. Print from any device i own is fast and accurate. have not tested pictures. But pages that had color and small images printed quick and no runs.

    Just as a test I printed out doc with pictures about 14 pages in total. Fast and clear took only seconds. You would have thought it was printing black and white only. The color is super fast also

    Highly recommend anyone looking for more printing capacity need to give this a look.

    Jul 21, 2019 13:17
  • Review by Toni, 10 out of 10
    HP M479

    While I can do with a smaller and cheaper printer, this one worked out perfect for my home needed. No complains

    Nov 20, 2020 15:35
  • 9.4score
    HP - PageWide Pro 577dw Wireless All-In-One Inkjet Printer - White
    Description

    Make quick work of big printing jobs with this HP PageWide Pro printer, which can print on virtually any type of paper or cardstock. This multifunction printer lets you copy true-to-life images and fax them at once, eliminating the need for multiple machines. This HP PageWide Pro printer has a 300-page output tray so you can take on large jobs.

    17 Features
  • Prints up to 70 ISO ppm* in black, up to 70 ISO ppm* in color: To generate documents quickly.
  • 4-in-1 functionality: Copies, faxes, prints and scans to accommodate your business and personal needs.
  • Wireless and mobile printing capability: Connect this printer to your home or office network with built-in Ethernet or wireless LAN. Plus, print from your mobile device with the free HP ePrint app or Apple® AirPrint.
  • Compatible with Google Cloud Print 2.0: For simple printing from your smartphone or tablet.
  • Color resolution up to 2400 x 1200 dpi: Along with a black-and-white resolution up to 1200 x 1200 dpi produces clear, vibrant images.
  • 4 individual print cartridges are economical: Only replace ink cartridges (black, cyan, magenta and yellow) when a color runs out.
  • 500-sheet input tray: With 300-sheet output tray. The 50-page auto document feeder enables quick paper reloading.
  • 4.3" touch screen: Makes operation simple.
  • USB 2.0 port for simple connectivity: High-speed USB 2.0 port offers a standard connection to your PC or a simple way to plug in and print with a USB drive, camera or other device.
  • Built-in duplex printing: Print on both sides of the page without turning it over manually, to minimize your printing costs and help the environment.
  • More print, copy and scan solutions: Automatically print 2-sided documents, scan documents to your computer or directly to e-mail and more.
  • Copies up to 70 cpm* in black, up to 70 ISO cpm* in color: To ensure efficient performance.
  • Copy resolution up to 600 dpi: To generate copies quickly.
  • High-speed fax: With 33.6 Kbps modem, 100 speed dials and automatic redial to meet your office needs.
  • Scanner with color CIS (contact image sensor): Allows you to scan documents in up to 1200 x 1200 dpi optical resolution to reproduce exact colors and large documents.
  • NFC capability: Allows wireless printing via compatible mobile devices with a simple touch.
  • Dynamic Security: This printer uses dynamic security, which may be updated periodically by firmware updates. The printer is intended to be used solely with cartridges using an original HP chip. Cartridges using a non‐HP chip may not function or may cease to function.
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  • Review by YOLO, 10 out of 10
    HP-PageWide Pro 577dw Wireless All-In-One Printer

    I have had this printer in my "Saved for Later

    box for almost one year, LOL. I was waiting for it to go on sale. It went from $899.99, to $599.99, so I jumped at the chance to FINALLY purchase it. It is everything I knew it would be and more. I do not own a business. This was purchased for personal use, for our home, really for my husband honestly. We moved to Wisconsin exactly one year ago, and the way I designed his home office, this printer completes it. My husband is a tenure-track professor at the Business School, and he has A LOT of projects going on, and on top of that he teaches during the Winter semester, so to ease him having to spend long hours at work just to use the printer, I bought him a state of the art printer with all the bells and whistles so that he can work at home freely. I have not used it to its fullest potential, and my husband says he loves it and hasn't reported any problems. This printer was well worth the wait and money, for sure!

    Sep 15, 2019 20:13
  • Review by Sm17043, 10 out of 10
    Very happy!

    We had a printer we got from Best Buy that ended up having problems. We always get the extended warranty. Without any hassle, we upgraded to the HP, which is a much more professional model and put it in our office. We used to shop at Conn's but when we had a few issues with them, we switched to Best Buy and now we buy almost all of our appliances, electronics, etc. from them. I just wish they would reopen the stores again!

    Jun 13, 2020 06:13
  • Review by John99201, 10 out of 10
    HP PageWide Printer!

    Very fast printer! Scanning is very clear! WiFi capabilities! Great buy!

    Oct 26, 2021 22:55
  • Review by Buyer, 10 out of 10
    Great Support. Great printer.

    Best Buy provided excellent information guiding my decision to purchase this printer. Customer support was very informative and very helpful in making the decision to purchase. There are so many choices out there, it is almost overwhelming! It was delivered promptly and in good condition.

    May 07, 2021 20:32
  • Review by DURRECK, 10 out of 10
    PRINTER

    GREAT PRINTER. WORKS EXTREMELY WELL IN THE NETWORK.

    I WOULD RECCOMEND THIS PRODUCT!

    Sep 23, 2021 10:02
  • Review by HPOfficePrinters, 10 out of 10
    HP Home Offices

    I have the previous model 476dw and placed in an upstairs home office. I replaced the previous model in the downstairs office with this 577dw model. It performs incredibly well.

    Jul 12, 2021 06:12
  • Review by gpitts, 10 out of 10
    Great features and AMAZING print speed!

    After several years and many cartridges of use, my HP Photosmart Pro 8600 Plus lost its ability to connect to my home WiFi. I kept it on the network for a couple of months via a cabled connection to my router, but it felt like the time was right to respectfully retire this printer and buy a new one. I have used HP printers for years and have had great service from them, so HP was my first stop for the replacement.

    I decided on a higher-end multifunction device this time around. I was originally thinking of getting a midrange color laser MFD, but was intrigued by HP's PageWide technology. As the name suggests, printing occurs over the entire width of the page at once with a page-wide cartridge rather than a moving print head. As you might image, this technology delivers amazingly fast print speeds. The specs state up to 70 pages per minute for color printing, but seeing it hand out page after page after... Well it's a thing of beauty.

    Construction of this printer is very solid (the term "built like a tank" comes to mind). It is not significantly larger than my old printer, but the weight is nearly 60 pounds.

    Cartridges for this printer are not exactly inexpensive, but even the lower capacity cartridges are good for up to 3000 (color) or 3500 (black and white) pages. That's a LOT of pages for me, so I suspect that it will be quite some time before I need to worry about replacing them.

    I received the printer less than a week ago, so I'm just scratching the surface on its capabilities. If you want a higher-end "prosumer" quality printer, I would recommend that you give this one a shot. It's absolutely amazing!

    Oct 03, 2016 22:38
  • Review by Scooter, 10 out of 10
    So easy to use. Just Excellent.

    This is a great printer. I Bought this one because I have 3 of the Pro477dw and was sure of the quality.

    Jul 04, 2020 08:45
  • 9.4score
    HP - LaserJet Pro M15w Laser Printer - White
    Description

    Get fast printing that fits your space and your budget. Produce professional-quality results, and print and scan from your smartphone.Prints up to 19 ISO ppm* in black

    4 Features
  • Fast printing that fits anywhere: Maximize your uptime with print speeds up to 18/19 ppm.¹
  • Uncompromising quality: This surprisingly small laser delivers exceptional quality, page after page.
  • Easy mobile printing and scanning with HP Smart app: Print from the cloud, scan from your smartphone, and easily order toner with the HP Smart app.³
  • Dynamic Security: This printer uses dynamic security, which may be updated periodically by firmware updates. The printer is intended to be used solely with cartridges using an original HP chip. Cartridges using a non‐HP chip may not function or may cease to function.
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  • Review by LLstclaire, 10 out of 10
    Outstanding Printer

    I would give this 20 stars if I could.

    This is by far the EASIEST printer I have had in the last 5 years to install. 1. Removed it from the box, plugged it in, downloaded driver ( I don't have a CD tray on my laptop) put the paper in, print.

    It's on my desk and when not using it takes up 7 1/4 " w by 13" long. The best part, it is a Laser printer. This was the most important decision because Insta Ink seems to be a big rip-off.

    Aug 14, 2021 09:06
  • Review by excellent, 8 out of 10
    An all-around excellent compact printer

    I'm very pleased with the printer. It's compact and fits nicely onto a small cubby shelf on my desk. Very quiet operation, excellent print quality. Set up was easy but I'm NOT using Wifi and the only little annoyance is that the blue Wifi light blinks as in "searching" even though I did NOT set it up for Wifi. My neighbor's Wifi showed up as an option during set-up but was obviously ignored so I'm not sure why it searches for the connection (maybe it's just built-in to do that). But all in all this was an excellent buy and I recommend it to anyone looking for a compact and quiet monochrome laser printer.

    Dec 13, 2020 18:11
  • Review by Taxman, 10 out of 10
    Excellent

    Product tiny but vibrant, easy to store, good for small enterprenuers!!

    Mar 29, 2019 18:50
  • Review by SirShopalot, 8 out of 10
    HPLJ Pro M15w - great value - good performance

    The HP LaserJet Pro M15w laser printer so far has represented not only a great value due to its availability at under $100 price, but also the cartridge drum refill kits are available for 2 for $25!! . The printer was a snap to setup on Win10, my iPhone and Chromebook w/o Google cloud, which is being discontinued.-It also has good performance with a pretty fast first page printing speed. I also like its ease of use, small footprint, and quiet operation. No complaints so far, only similes.

    May 14, 2021 15:43
  • Review by gk5040, 6 out of 10
    Nothing fancy. A no frills printer

    My son's brother printer died while at college. It was an old hand me down but a great small printer. During COVID, printers were in demand and no affordable printer was available but this one. It's just ok, the print cartridges are more money than the brother cartridge. He likes the printer and says it works fine but he did not load the app onto his phone. He does not print wirelessly either, probably just too lazy to figure it out. He plugs the printer cable into his lap top to print and it works for him. He did say the printer does not hold a lot of paper at one time, about an inch of unprinted paper. You pull down the front panel to load the paper. A pull out tab guides the paper in place. There is no true paper tray. To save space you can put the front panel back upright but then you can not print. The printed pages print out of the top and you extend a pull out tab to catch those printed pages. One time the printed page fell off the top of the printer and landed back into the area of feeder paper. The design of the printer is not the best but when not in use you can take the paper off and fold up the tray to make it smaller. Its fine for small use at college.

    Dec 03, 2020 07:03
  • Review by SqueakyWheel, 8 out of 10
    Small, clean, functional

    Great size, minimal look, acceptable print quality for my needs (shipping labels, monochrome documents).

    AirPrint works great once i got the printer to connect to the WiFi.

    Connecting was frustrating. Note- scan the barcode on the single page setup leaflet, NOT the manual. Doing it incorrectly will download the wrong app, a useless troubleshooting app requiring creating account etc.

    Well worth the money. But hey HP. We’re not in the 90’s. Ditch the CD and provide clear directions for WiFi. Maybe use words instead of just pictures. This isn’t an IKEA bookshelf. Thanks.

    Mar 05, 2021 13:35
  • Review by ACTWPB, 10 out of 10
    Excellent for the price - works great

    I had to buy a printer since I am now working at home - the inkjet I had just could not handle what I needed to do. I use the WIFI function and it works great. It is so compact I was able to put it on a book case shelf. Definitely compare it to others and in the end if you can't decide get this one - you will not be sorry.

    Apr 10, 2020 17:49
  • Review by MikeM, 10 out of 10
    Space saver

    Small foot print; wife has it on her studio and it sits on small coffee table. Initial toner doesnt last much but it helps while you get used to it.

    If using fully wired configuration; its a breeze. Yet wifi connection and HP + Windows 10 bugs still need to be cleaned up it took a little troubleshooting to make it work.

    Jun 20, 2020 06:24
  • 9.2score
    HP - LaserJet Pro M454dw Wireless Color Laser Printer - White
    Description

    Winning in business means working smarter. The HP Color LaserJet Pro M454dw printer is designed to let you focus your time where it's most effective, helping you grow your business and staying ahead of the competition.

    14 Features
  • Prints up to 27 ISO ppm* in black and up to 27 ISO ppm* in color: Produces documents quickly.
  • Be sure you have the right cartridge: Enter your printer's model number into Ink and Toner Finder to find compatible cartridges. Get started ›
  • Ideal for high-volume printing: This laser printer handles large volumes quickly and at a low cost per page. Toner (powder) is used instead of ink, so you get smudge-free images and text.
  • Wireless and mobile printing capability: Connect this printer to your home or office network with built-in Ethernet or wireless LAN. You can also print from your mobile device with the free HP ePrint app or Apple® AirPrint.**
  • Apple® AirPrint enabled: You can use it for Apple iPad® and iPhone® printing.**
  • Compatible toner: This printer works with HP 414A and HP 414X families of toners.
  • Print speed: Letter: up to 27 ISO ppm* in black. First page out: 9.5 seconds in black.
  • Page yield: Four pre-installed introductory HP LaserJet toner cartridges yield up to 1,200 pages in black, up to 1,200 pages in color.
  • 600 dpi (dots per inch) for good print quality: Provides sufficient resolution for producing quality documents and photos.
  • Large paper trays for high-volume printing: Reload less often with the 250-sheet input tray, 50-sheet multipurpose tray, and 150-sheet output tray.
  • 2.7" color touch screen: Use the intuitive touch screen to print, store files, and access business apps** directly from the printer.
  • USB port for simple connectivity: Two high-speed USB 2.0 ports offer a standard connection to your PC or a simple way to plug in and print from a USB drive, camera, or other devices.
  • Built-in duplex printing: Print on both sides of the page without turning it over manually to minimize your printing costs and help the environment.
  • Dynamic Security: This printer uses dynamic security, which may be updated periodically by firmware updates. The printer is intended to be used solely with cartridges using an original HP chip. Cartridges using a non‐HP chip may not function or may cease to function.
  • 8 Most Useful Reviews
  • Review by CoxProductions, 10 out of 10
    I LOVE MY HP LASER PRINTER!

    I am so excited to share that my HP - Laser Jet Pro M454dw Wireless Color Laser Printer is one of the BEST printers that I have purchased. It very easy to install, the quality of the prints are of course amazing and it was delivered quickly! The ONLY hang up I have is that the size of it was bigger than I expected, so I had to make room on my desk for it. So if you have room for it, be sure to look at the size, great purchase for the price and quality!

    Oct 05, 2020 12:18
  • Review by MyNTV, 10 out of 10
    Versatile Color Laser Printer

    Great print quality, easy to setup and use. Doesn't require much space. Multiple connections options.

    Oct 15, 2021 16:15
  • Review by oldguy, 10 out of 10
    Perfect except toner price.

    I use this for home use and for my children for school. So, I need quality prints, quickly, and I want it to do so without a lot of mechanical noise. This printer does all of that. I also will print on both side of the paper ( I haven't tried this yet). Cost per cartridge is very shocking! Looking at cost per printed sheet 0.023 / sheet for this printer VS my older HP (CP2025DN) which is 0.038 / sheet using black toner. I'm very happy with this printer. Note plugging in a wired network cable will turn off the WiFi. Since I will not use WiFi this was a plus for me.

    Jan 01, 2021 19:58
  • Review by Steph, 10 out of 10
    Great for office

    I bought this for my office and I love it. Perfect size and quality.

    Oct 18, 2021 19:26
  • Review by CoreyD, 10 out of 10
    HP outstanding

    Great product. Quality and quickness are outstanding. Liked it so much purchased one for my home office. Wireless connection is great and always reliable.

    Dec 20, 2020 12:36
  • Review by EndoGenius, 10 out of 10
    Best printer.

    Uses ink well. Added a second tray and have no issues. Use these in 22 of my offices and they all work perfect.

    Aug 02, 2019 15:29
  • Review by Fernando, 10 out of 10
    Great printer

    Excellent Printer, quality is the best, and it connects very easy to the wifi

    Aug 17, 2021 20:36
  • Review by LongJon, 10 out of 10
    Excellent Printer!

    Excellent printer. Been using it for over a month now in my home office and it is as advertised. Don’t second guess this purchase!

    May 21, 2021 15:27
  • 9.2score
    10
    HP
    HP Sprocket 2x3" Instant Photo Printer -Blush Pink - Pink
    Description

    Let the good times print with the HP Sprocket Portable Photo Printer. With exclusive editing features, seamless social media integration, and easy party printing mode, creating gorgeous full-color photographs is as simple as showing up! Send images straight from your smartphone to the HP app to customize, print, share with friends, and stick to your scrapbook, journal, collage, photo wall, and other creative projects. Zink Zero Ink premium paper resists smudging, tearing, and fading, while upgraded Bluetooth 5.0 allows everyone to join in the action. In addition to customizing and printing photos straight from your smartphone or social media account via the HP Sprocket app, friends can also connect.

    4 Features
  • PRINT PHOTOS ON DEMAND!: HP Sprocket 2nd Edition Printer Prints 2x3” Photographs from Your Smartphone or Social Media. For iOS 10+ & Android 5+ Bluetooth 5.1
  • ZINK ZERO INK TECHNOLOGY: No Expensive Toner or Ribbon Replacements! Glossy Sticky-Back Photo Paper Has Colors Embedded Inside for Amazing Resistance to Water, Smudges & Tears
  • UNIQUE FILTERS, FRAMES & FLAIR: Customize Your Snaps with Cool Editing Tools on the HP App. Apply Stickers, Borders & Emojis. Hashtag a photo in social media and use the HP app to print right away.
  • SLIM, PORTABLE DESIGN: Wireless Pocket-Sized Rechargeable Printer is Compact Enough to Carry in Your Backpack, Purse, or Pocket. Micro USB Charging Cable with 35 Prints/Charge
  • 8 Most Useful Reviews
  • Review by DotNetJon, 8 out of 10
    Great Little Pocket Printer

    I've been playing with this little printer for a few days, and am pretty impressed with it. It uses no ink, but instead uses thermal paper, which allows for it's super small size. The battery powered and Bluetooth capabilities make it a breeze to take with you! The battery lasts for a reasonable amount of time, but could be better. Just printing about 8 pictures over the course of a few days, it went from fully charged to around 20%. Some of that is most likely idle time, as I did not manually shut it off in-between uses. I have it set to turn itself off after an hour and sleep after Sleep after 5 minutes. Still, not too shabby for it's small size.

    The HP Sprocket software that you download and use to connect to the printer is really quite well done, and very easy to use. Even if you don't have a Sprocket printer, it would make a nice image editing tool for your phone. It connectes to Instagram, Facebook, Google, and your local images on your phone or tablet. Really makes it easy to make prints of your online photos.

    The size of the prints limits their use, obviously. Not something you'll be printing any detail with, but for fun-sized photos for sharing with friends, it's great. The paper has peel off backs that allow you to make stickers out of the little photos. This would make a great gift for a kid or scrapbook keeper.

    The HP Sprocket app lets you crop, adjust color settings, add borders, text, little fun graphics you can add on top of the photo, and overlays. You can use these features to edit your photos, then print out on a larger printer or share to one of your social media sites.

    My colleague was able to download the Sprocket software and connect to my printer. It's supposed to support up to 3 additional connections, although I only tried myself and one other.

    You can change the color of the little LED on the front to whatever color you like, which is a nice little personalization feature.

    The printer takes about 45 seconds from the time you press print to print an image, so the speed isn't great if you are wanting to print several photos to distribute.

    The software has a Photo booth mode which takes 4 timed pictures and combines them into one image. This is fun for taking pictures with friends.

    The printer itself is really light, but feels well made. Changing the paper is easy. Just pop off the top and insert into the tray. It comes with a pack of 10 papers, including a calibration sheet. They recommend not putting any more paper than this to avoid jams.

    Oct 08, 2018 18:12
  • Review by RedScorpion, 8 out of 10
    Fun and Getting Better

    The HP Sprocket 2nd Edition uses no ink and instead heats ZINK paper to reveal the photo in a single pass. It’s fun. The pictures are cute and you can stick them to anything.

    I feel like this printer is a Polaroid for the digital age. Everyone has a phone and this printer produces instant prints for far less money than a Polaroid or an inkjet.

    Multiple devices can hook up to the printer at the same time. At one point I had a Samsung Galaxy Tab S4, an iPhone, and an iPad hooked up. The apps work virtually the same regardless of device and connection was simple.

    But, I was expecting a bit more from a 2nd Edition. The prints look good, but they aren’t great. It won’t replace a good inkjet for overall printer quality. I noticed banding in skies or solid colors and sometimes flesh tones would get overblown or washed out.

    The big new feature with the second edition is the AR. You can now print from a video clip or put an animated frame and when you scan the picture with the app, the picture will come to life and even play a video clip. The AR feature worked well on my iPhones and even displayed location information and google street information for the pictures. You can decide if you want information embedded in the print or not.

    The AR prints were, again, fun. But, some AR features were limited by which device I used to view the photo. For instance, I could create a picture with an embedded video on my phone and view the video with my phone, but if I tried to view that same video on another phone, it wouldn’t work. It would still show location data and any photos related to that location, but I couldn’t watch the picture come to life with the embedded video clip. This makes sense as it is pulling the file from my original device and not a cloud service. But, I wish it was a universal feature... Now, the animated borders and stickers will work on any phone with the app.

    However, I couldn’t get the AR features to work on my tablets. My Samsung Galaxy crashed whenever I tried to view any AR details and the iPad didn’t fare much better. It just never could reveal anything. Now, I could view the embedded location information printed from my tablets on my iPhone, but the opposite didn’t work. I know all devices had the AR features turned on.

    Battery life is okay, but if you are using this at a party or group function, I would have it plugged in. After 5 - 6 photos, my battery would be down to the final bar. On that note, the charging cable is too short. I think it is only a foot and a half.

    It appears that HP is adding more features and functions to the app and the printer at all times. So, I am hopeful that there will be more AR borders and stickers in the future as the current selection is rather slim.

    Also, I would like it if we could get a PC driver at some point. I don’t see why laptops or surface devices can’t join the party.

    So, would I recommend the Sprocket? Sure. I am having a lot of fun with it. I don’t know if the new features are enough to warrant an upgrade for original Sprocket owners, but at $5 - $10 for a pack of 20 prints, I think this is a great pick-up. I look forward to getting a travel case and a small photo booklet.

    Oct 03, 2018 16:11
  • Review by josie, 10 out of 10
    Great printer

    I brought this for my daughter for a xmas present. She loves it and I adore it.

    Dec 21, 2019 06:08
  • Review by Drummer7, 8 out of 10
    Cute and efficient

    I’ve been wanting to print some of our travel pictures so I could pin it on a map, frame it and hang it on a wall... And this palm size printer made it so easy and quick for me!

    It’s pretty easy to set up. When I opened the box did not see any instructions, but once you download and open the app, it will guide you through it. The app is super user friendly and really straight forward to use. And you connect the printer with your phone via Bluetooth.

    With the app you can edit and customize your pictures with frames, stickers, or other decorations, then hit "print" and in seconds out comes your photo! The ink is in the paper so there is no need for ink cartridges.

    The cool feature is that you can print pictures from your Instagram, Facebook and Google! All you have to do is login into your account and select the picture you want to print! Simple and easy!

    I like to do some editing on my pictures and with this app you CAN print photos that have been previously edited using your phone or other picture editing apps! And the colors look true to me.

    You can take pictures using the app too, even selfies and it will print it right away. But since I like to do some editing this feature didn’t really interested me.

    So overall, if you are looking for a small printer, and you just want some fun little 2x3s pictures for your projects, look no more. This IS the one to get!

    Oct 06, 2018 06:29
  • Review by Snet, 2 out of 10
    Quality so bad, I must have gotten a lemon

    I picked this up today from BestBuy. I honestly was not expecting a true picture quality resoultion or color; I just want a decent sticker quality for my diary.

    However I was shocked that the quality was so bad — like the color picture in an old newspaper front page with multiple horizontal and verical streaks. Another huge problem was that the true white and yellow printed extreme PINK. Picture seems all blown up. (i tried printing all kinds of pictures with different colors and resolutions). I tried printing black&white picture, but picture came out with partial red.

    I looked at different youtube reviews on this device and the pictures that got printed by other owners actually seem pretty good. So maybe, I thought my zinc photo paper was bad, so I opened a brand new zinc photo pack and I still have the same issue. Yes, I did the blue paper face down first just like HP told me to do in their homepage community threads with people complaining of red (pink) hue problems. I did all the resets too but no luck. Yes my battery green and was charged nearly full. So I must have gotten a lemon, which means HP needs some serious quality control.

    I am going back to the store to buy another same model since I am convinced i got a lemon. Everyone seems to say good things on their reviews. HP’s proper quality control could have prevented my inconvenience and unnecessary car gasoline and mileage.

    Jan 18, 2019 23:51
  • Review by joecaffe, 10 out of 10
    Instant prints, no wires!

    This is a nice little printer that helps make your social media posts physical. The app is fairly intuitive and has some decent customization options. If you don't see an enhancement in the list, the app allows you to make your own and save it, cool feature! I took it to a recent party and the guests were wowed at how quickly I customized and printed stickable keepsakes for them! The printer is very portable and the pictures show good detail and color reproduction for such a small print and no ink cartridges.

    The only issue I had was with the embedded experiences and getting it to work. Once configured in the app, the printer makes photos with an invisible watermark that, when scanned with the reveal camera, should show an AR experience on your phone. I followed the instructions and even used a still frame from a video I took of a new car event (see photo) but the app said "no reveal content found". That being said, it's a gee wiz feature that does nothing to the usefulness and functionality of this party printer!

    Oct 10, 2018 19:31
  • Review by Kris1973, 8 out of 10
    Incredibly fun little sticker printer.

    Starting with the positives: This little printer is incredibly easy to set up and fun to use. Within fifteen minutes of opening the box, I had printed through the 10-pack of Zink paper included with the printer, testing out everything from printing selfies to greenery and even some graphic art, which brings me to one of the most enjoyable things about the HP Zinc paper: It’s self-adhesive. Printing out little 2x3 stickers with your pictures or little sayings is a lot of fun! While quite small for a photo print at 2” by 3”, the pictures do print completely edge-to-edge so there’s no wasted space. 2x3 is small for a print, but seems oddly appropriate for a sticker.

    The built-in battery lasts through about one pack of ten prints before needing a recharge and the prints come out quickly with a satisfying little hum. It reminds me of taking Polaroid pictures back in the “old” days.

    On the down side, the colors in the prints can be (but aren’t always) somewhat washed out - particularly skin tones, though at least the resolution is fine enough that the prints don’t end up looking grainy. I think the Zink paper still has a little trouble with vibrant reds, which is why I dropped my review down to 4 stars.

    So, if you’re looking for a fun little battery powered portable printer that can print out 2x3 stickers for you and your friends (or kids), this is it. Because the “ink” is in the paper, the refill packs of paper can be somewhat pricey but Best Buy was running a sale on refills so I stocked up on a few packs while the price was more attractive.

    Oct 05, 2018 10:00
  • Review by JustOne, 10 out of 10
    Fantastic

    I received this for my birthday - I’ve been journaling a lot !!! I wanted this sprocket soon could print out my pictures and add to my journal ! Guys : this is a game changer ! The saying a picture is worth a thousand words totally applies to this scenario! I just lost my precious dad so pictures really mean a lot !!!!

    The quality of my sprocket is totally awesome / I’m so so so grateful for the gift ! Plus got it on sale -it was $87! Don’t wait ! Thanks Best Buy for drive up service too- it feels like a birthday hug !

    Jul 03, 2020 16:25
  • 9.2score
    11
    HP
    HP Sprocket 2x3" Instant Photo Printer -Luna Pearl - White
    Description

    Let the good times print with the HP Sprocket Portable Photo Printer. With exclusive editing features, seamless social media integration, and easy party printing mode, creating gorgeous full-color photographs is as simple as showing up! Send images straight from your smartphone to the HP app to customize, print, share with friends, and stick to your scrapbook, journal, collage, photo wall, and other creative projects. Zink Zero Ink premium paper resists smudging, tearing, and fading, while upgraded Bluetooth 5.0 allows everyone to join in the action. In addition to customizing and printing photos straight from your smartphone or social media account via the HP Sprocket app, friends can also connect.

    4 Features
  • PRINT PHOTOS ON DEMAND!: HP Sprocket 2nd Edition Printer Prints 2x3” Photographs from Your Smartphone or Social Media. For iOS 10+ & Android 5+ Bluetooth 5.0
  • ZINK ZERO INK TECHNOLOGY: No Expensive Toner or Ribbon Replacements! Glossy Sticky-Back Photo Paper Has Colors Embedded Inside for Amazing Resistance to Water, Smudges & Tears
  • UNIQUE FILTERS, FRAMES & FLAIR: Customize Your Snaps with Cool Editing Tools on the HP App. Apply Stickers, Borders & Emojis. Hashtag a photo in social media and use the HP app to print right away.
  • SLIM, PORTABLE DESIGN: Wireless Pocket-Sized Rechargeable Printer is Compact Enough to Carry in Your Backpack, Purse, or Pocket. Micro USB Charging Cable with 35 Prints/Charge
  • 8 Most Useful Reviews
  • Review by DotNetJon, 8 out of 10
    Great Little Pocket Printer

    I've been playing with this little printer for a few days, and am pretty impressed with it. It uses no ink, but instead uses thermal paper, which allows for it's super small size. The battery powered and Bluetooth capabilities make it a breeze to take with you! The battery lasts for a reasonable amount of time, but could be better. Just printing about 8 pictures over the course of a few days, it went from fully charged to around 20%. Some of that is most likely idle time, as I did not manually shut it off in-between uses. I have it set to turn itself off after an hour and sleep after Sleep after 5 minutes. Still, not too shabby for it's small size.

    The HP Sprocket software that you download and use to connect to the printer is really quite well done, and very easy to use. Even if you don't have a Sprocket printer, it would make a nice image editing tool for your phone. It connectes to Instagram, Facebook, Google, and your local images on your phone or tablet. Really makes it easy to make prints of your online photos.

    The size of the prints limits their use, obviously. Not something you'll be printing any detail with, but for fun-sized photos for sharing with friends, it's great. The paper has peel off backs that allow you to make stickers out of the little photos. This would make a great gift for a kid or scrapbook keeper.

    The HP Sprocket app lets you crop, adjust color settings, add borders, text, little fun graphics you can add on top of the photo, and overlays. You can use these features to edit your photos, then print out on a larger printer or share to one of your social media sites.

    My colleague was able to download the Sprocket software and connect to my printer. It's supposed to support up to 3 additional connections, although I only tried myself and one other.

    You can change the color of the little LED on the front to whatever color you like, which is a nice little personalization feature.

    The printer takes about 45 seconds from the time you press print to print an image, so the speed isn't great if you are wanting to print several photos to distribute.

    The software has a Photo booth mode which takes 4 timed pictures and combines them into one image. This is fun for taking pictures with friends.

    The printer itself is really light, but feels well made. Changing the paper is easy. Just pop off the top and insert into the tray. It comes with a pack of 10 papers, including a calibration sheet. They recommend not putting any more paper than this to avoid jams.

    Oct 08, 2018 18:12
  • Review by RedScorpion, 8 out of 10
    Fun and Getting Better

    The HP Sprocket 2nd Edition uses no ink and instead heats ZINK paper to reveal the photo in a single pass. It’s fun. The pictures are cute and you can stick them to anything.

    I feel like this printer is a Polaroid for the digital age. Everyone has a phone and this printer produces instant prints for far less money than a Polaroid or an inkjet.

    Multiple devices can hook up to the printer at the same time. At one point I had a Samsung Galaxy Tab S4, an iPhone, and an iPad hooked up. The apps work virtually the same regardless of device and connection was simple.

    But, I was expecting a bit more from a 2nd Edition. The prints look good, but they aren’t great. It won’t replace a good inkjet for overall printer quality. I noticed banding in skies or solid colors and sometimes flesh tones would get overblown or washed out.

    The big new feature with the second edition is the AR. You can now print from a video clip or put an animated frame and when you scan the picture with the app, the picture will come to life and even play a video clip. The AR feature worked well on my iPhones and even displayed location information and google street information for the pictures. You can decide if you want information embedded in the print or not.

    The AR prints were, again, fun. But, some AR features were limited by which device I used to view the photo. For instance, I could create a picture with an embedded video on my phone and view the video with my phone, but if I tried to view that same video on another phone, it wouldn’t work. It would still show location data and any photos related to that location, but I couldn’t watch the picture come to life with the embedded video clip. This makes sense as it is pulling the file from my original device and not a cloud service. But, I wish it was a universal feature... Now, the animated borders and stickers will work on any phone with the app.

    However, I couldn’t get the AR features to work on my tablets. My Samsung Galaxy crashed whenever I tried to view any AR details and the iPad didn’t fare much better. It just never could reveal anything. Now, I could view the embedded location information printed from my tablets on my iPhone, but the opposite didn’t work. I know all devices had the AR features turned on.

    Battery life is okay, but if you are using this at a party or group function, I would have it plugged in. After 5 - 6 photos, my battery would be down to the final bar. On that note, the charging cable is too short. I think it is only a foot and a half.

    It appears that HP is adding more features and functions to the app and the printer at all times. So, I am hopeful that there will be more AR borders and stickers in the future as the current selection is rather slim.

    Also, I would like it if we could get a PC driver at some point. I don’t see why laptops or surface devices can’t join the party.

    So, would I recommend the Sprocket? Sure. I am having a lot of fun with it. I don’t know if the new features are enough to warrant an upgrade for original Sprocket owners, but at $5 - $10 for a pack of 20 prints, I think this is a great pick-up. I look forward to getting a travel case and a small photo booklet.

    Oct 03, 2018 16:11
  • Review by josie, 10 out of 10
    Great printer

    I brought this for my daughter for a xmas present. She loves it and I adore it.

    Dec 21, 2019 06:08
  • Review by Drummer7, 8 out of 10
    Cute and efficient

    I’ve been wanting to print some of our travel pictures so I could pin it on a map, frame it and hang it on a wall... And this palm size printer made it so easy and quick for me!

    It’s pretty easy to set up. When I opened the box did not see any instructions, but once you download and open the app, it will guide you through it. The app is super user friendly and really straight forward to use. And you connect the printer with your phone via Bluetooth.

    With the app you can edit and customize your pictures with frames, stickers, or other decorations, then hit "print" and in seconds out comes your photo! The ink is in the paper so there is no need for ink cartridges.

    The cool feature is that you can print pictures from your Instagram, Facebook and Google! All you have to do is login into your account and select the picture you want to print! Simple and easy!

    I like to do some editing on my pictures and with this app you CAN print photos that have been previously edited using your phone or other picture editing apps! And the colors look true to me.

    You can take pictures using the app too, even selfies and it will print it right away. But since I like to do some editing this feature didn’t really interested me.

    So overall, if you are looking for a small printer, and you just want some fun little 2x3s pictures for your projects, look no more. This IS the one to get!

    Oct 06, 2018 06:29
  • Review by Snet, 2 out of 10
    Quality so bad, I must have gotten a lemon

    I picked this up today from BestBuy. I honestly was not expecting a true picture quality resoultion or color; I just want a decent sticker quality for my diary.

    However I was shocked that the quality was so bad — like the color picture in an old newspaper front page with multiple horizontal and verical streaks. Another huge problem was that the true white and yellow printed extreme PINK. Picture seems all blown up. (i tried printing all kinds of pictures with different colors and resolutions). I tried printing black&white picture, but picture came out with partial red.

    I looked at different youtube reviews on this device and the pictures that got printed by other owners actually seem pretty good. So maybe, I thought my zinc photo paper was bad, so I opened a brand new zinc photo pack and I still have the same issue. Yes, I did the blue paper face down first just like HP told me to do in their homepage community threads with people complaining of red (pink) hue problems. I did all the resets too but no luck. Yes my battery green and was charged nearly full. So I must have gotten a lemon, which means HP needs some serious quality control.

    I am going back to the store to buy another same model since I am convinced i got a lemon. Everyone seems to say good things on their reviews. HP’s proper quality control could have prevented my inconvenience and unnecessary car gasoline and mileage.

    Jan 18, 2019 23:51
  • Review by joecaffe, 10 out of 10
    Instant prints, no wires!

    This is a nice little printer that helps make your social media posts physical. The app is fairly intuitive and has some decent customization options. If you don't see an enhancement in the list, the app allows you to make your own and save it, cool feature! I took it to a recent party and the guests were wowed at how quickly I customized and printed stickable keepsakes for them! The printer is very portable and the pictures show good detail and color reproduction for such a small print and no ink cartridges.

    The only issue I had was with the embedded experiences and getting it to work. Once configured in the app, the printer makes photos with an invisible watermark that, when scanned with the reveal camera, should show an AR experience on your phone. I followed the instructions and even used a still frame from a video I took of a new car event (see photo) but the app said "no reveal content found". That being said, it's a gee wiz feature that does nothing to the usefulness and functionality of this party printer!

    Oct 10, 2018 19:31
  • Review by Kris1973, 8 out of 10
    Incredibly fun little sticker printer.

    Starting with the positives: This little printer is incredibly easy to set up and fun to use. Within fifteen minutes of opening the box, I had printed through the 10-pack of Zink paper included with the printer, testing out everything from printing selfies to greenery and even some graphic art, which brings me to one of the most enjoyable things about the HP Zinc paper: It’s self-adhesive. Printing out little 2x3 stickers with your pictures or little sayings is a lot of fun! While quite small for a photo print at 2” by 3”, the pictures do print completely edge-to-edge so there’s no wasted space. 2x3 is small for a print, but seems oddly appropriate for a sticker.

    The built-in battery lasts through about one pack of ten prints before needing a recharge and the prints come out quickly with a satisfying little hum. It reminds me of taking Polaroid pictures back in the “old” days.

    On the down side, the colors in the prints can be (but aren’t always) somewhat washed out - particularly skin tones, though at least the resolution is fine enough that the prints don’t end up looking grainy. I think the Zink paper still has a little trouble with vibrant reds, which is why I dropped my review down to 4 stars.

    So, if you’re looking for a fun little battery powered portable printer that can print out 2x3 stickers for you and your friends (or kids), this is it. Because the “ink” is in the paper, the refill packs of paper can be somewhat pricey but Best Buy was running a sale on refills so I stocked up on a few packs while the price was more attractive.

    Oct 05, 2018 10:00
  • Review by JustOne, 10 out of 10
    Fantastic

    I received this for my birthday - I’ve been journaling a lot !!! I wanted this sprocket soon could print out my pictures and add to my journal ! Guys : this is a game changer ! The saying a picture is worth a thousand words totally applies to this scenario! I just lost my precious dad so pictures really mean a lot !!!!

    The quality of my sprocket is totally awesome / I’m so so so grateful for the gift ! Plus got it on sale -it was $87! Don’t wait ! Thanks Best Buy for drive up service too- it feels like a birthday hug !

    Jul 03, 2020 16:25
  • 9.2score
    12
    HP
    HP - LaserJet Pro M15w Laser Printer - White
    Description

    Get fast printing that fits your space and your budget. Produce professional-quality results, and print and scan from your smartphone.Prints up to 19 ISO ppm* in black

    4 Features
  • Fast printing that fits anywhere: Maximize your uptime with print speeds up to 18/19 ppm.¹
  • Uncompromising quality: This surprisingly small laser delivers exceptional quality, page after page.
  • Easy mobile printing and scanning with HP Smart app: Print from the cloud, scan from your smartphone, and easily order toner with the HP Smart app.³
  • Dynamic Security: This printer uses dynamic security, which may be updated periodically by firmware updates. The printer is intended to be used solely with cartridges using an original HP chip. Cartridges using a non‐HP chip may not function or may cease to function.
  • 8 Most Useful Reviews
  • Review by LLstclaire, 10 out of 10
    Outstanding Printer

    I would give this 20 stars if I could.

    This is by far the EASIEST printer I have had in the last 5 years to install. 1. Removed it from the box, plugged it in, downloaded driver ( I don't have a CD tray on my laptop) put the paper in, print.

    It's on my desk and when not using it takes up 7 1/4 " w by 13" long. The best part, it is a Laser printer. This was the most important decision because Insta Ink seems to be a big rip-off.

    Aug 14, 2021 09:06
  • Review by excellent, 8 out of 10
    An all-around excellent compact printer

    I'm very pleased with the printer. It's compact and fits nicely onto a small cubby shelf on my desk. Very quiet operation, excellent print quality. Set up was easy but I'm NOT using Wifi and the only little annoyance is that the blue Wifi light blinks as in "searching" even though I did NOT set it up for Wifi. My neighbor's Wifi showed up as an option during set-up but was obviously ignored so I'm not sure why it searches for the connection (maybe it's just built-in to do that). But all in all this was an excellent buy and I recommend it to anyone looking for a compact and quiet monochrome laser printer.

    Dec 13, 2020 18:11
  • Review by Taxman, 10 out of 10
    Excellent

    Product tiny but vibrant, easy to store, good for small enterprenuers!!

    Mar 29, 2019 18:50
  • Review by SirShopalot, 8 out of 10
    HPLJ Pro M15w - great value - good performance

    The HP LaserJet Pro M15w laser printer so far has represented not only a great value due to its availability at under $100 price, but also the cartridge drum refill kits are available for 2 for $25!! . The printer was a snap to setup on Win10, my iPhone and Chromebook w/o Google cloud, which is being discontinued.-It also has good performance with a pretty fast first page printing speed. I also like its ease of use, small footprint, and quiet operation. No complaints so far, only similes.

    May 14, 2021 15:43
  • Review by gk5040, 6 out of 10
    Nothing fancy. A no frills printer

    My son's brother printer died while at college. It was an old hand me down but a great small printer. During COVID, printers were in demand and no affordable printer was available but this one. It's just ok, the print cartridges are more money than the brother cartridge. He likes the printer and says it works fine but he did not load the app onto his phone. He does not print wirelessly either, probably just too lazy to figure it out. He plugs the printer cable into his lap top to print and it works for him. He did say the printer does not hold a lot of paper at one time, about an inch of unprinted paper. You pull down the front panel to load the paper. A pull out tab guides the paper in place. There is no true paper tray. To save space you can put the front panel back upright but then you can not print. The printed pages print out of the top and you extend a pull out tab to catch those printed pages. One time the printed page fell off the top of the printer and landed back into the area of feeder paper. The design of the printer is not the best but when not in use you can take the paper off and fold up the tray to make it smaller. Its fine for small use at college.

    Dec 03, 2020 07:03
  • Review by SqueakyWheel, 8 out of 10
    Small, clean, functional

    Great size, minimal look, acceptable print quality for my needs (shipping labels, monochrome documents).

    AirPrint works great once i got the printer to connect to the WiFi.

    Connecting was frustrating. Note- scan the barcode on the single page setup leaflet, NOT the manual. Doing it incorrectly will download the wrong app, a useless troubleshooting app requiring creating account etc.

    Well worth the money. But hey HP. We’re not in the 90’s. Ditch the CD and provide clear directions for WiFi. Maybe use words instead of just pictures. This isn’t an IKEA bookshelf. Thanks.

    Mar 05, 2021 13:35
  • Review by ACTWPB, 10 out of 10
    Excellent for the price - works great

    I had to buy a printer since I am now working at home - the inkjet I had just could not handle what I needed to do. I use the WIFI function and it works great. It is so compact I was able to put it on a book case shelf. Definitely compare it to others and in the end if you can't decide get this one - you will not be sorry.

    Apr 10, 2020 17:49
  • Review by MikeM, 10 out of 10
    Space saver

    Small foot print; wife has it on her studio and it sits on small coffee table. Initial toner doesnt last much but it helps while you get used to it.

    If using fully wired configuration; its a breeze. Yet wifi connection and HP + Windows 10 bugs still need to be cleaned up it took a little troubleshooting to make it work.

    Jun 20, 2020 06:24
  • 9.2score
    13
    HP
    Envy Pro 6475 Wireless All In One Inkjet Printer with 2 years of HP Instant Ink - White
    Description

    Handle it all from home. Print, scan, copy, 24 months send mobile fax with HP Smart App, and get a 35-page auto document feeder. Set up and connect on any device, and get self-healing Wi-Fi

    9 Features
  • Connectivity & Ports: 1 Hi-Speed USB 2.0; 1 Wi-Fi 802.11ac, Bluetooth, HP Smart App, Apple Airprint, Mopria Certified
  • HP Instant Ink Compatible: Includes two years of ink delivered to your door*
  • Loaded with everything. Except complications: Work fast and hands-free—the 35-page auto-feeder helps you complete scan and copy jobs quickly.
  • HP Smart App: Easily print, scan, and copy everyday documents from your smartphone, using HP Smart app.
  • All in One Printer: Easily handle tasks and get a lot from one device – print, scan, and copy.
  • Print then and there. From anywhere: Get started fast with simple setup that guides you through each step, using HP Smart app.
  • Get everyone connected. Just like that.: Self-healing Wi-Fi™ automatically detects and resolves connectivity issues to help reduce interruptions.
  • 2 Years of Instant Ink in the box: Upon purchase, your printer comes with a $120 USD, (Canada $144 CAD) credit that will be added to your account. This will cover 24 months of service on a monthly U.S. $4.99 for 100 pages or Canadian $5.99 for 100 pages Instant Ink plan.
  • Dynamic Security: This printer uses dynamic security, which may be updated periodically by firmware updates. The printer is intended to be used solely with cartridges using only original HP electronic circuitry.
  • 8 Most Useful Reviews
  • Review by AppleGirlForLife, 10 out of 10
    I absolutely love this printer!

    I purchased this printer to replace an ailing HP Envy printer. I was amazed at the ease of setup. I was printing from my smart phone, computer and tablet within a few minutes of unpacking the printer from the box. I have not signed up for the automatic ink program yet. My printing needs are so minimal. I love this printer and I highly recommended it for anyone needing a new HP printer.

    Jun 11, 2021 16:08
  • Review by Rhodes, 10 out of 10
    Love this wireless printer

    This is my 1st wifi printer & it is awesome! It took me roughly 15 min to set it up straight out of the box & it was super easy! Downloaded the app to my laptop, my cell, & my hubby’s cell at the same time. Bonus- it comes with this ink plan/ink with it in the box. I didn’t realize how much I print until I had this printer so I did have to up my ink plan. It is still way cheaper then what I was paying for ink monthly & fighting with my old printer. It was easy to change the plan & it let me backdate it to the current plan month so there are no overages. If you’re not sure of how much you’ve used the app can tell you so you can keep an eye on it/adjust as needed.

    Oct 15, 2021 16:47
  • Review by sejohnson, 10 out of 10
    HP envy pro 6475

    Best decision I've made this year, plus it comes with 2 years of instant ink! Great for your home and/or small business needs.

    Apr 25, 2021 10:01
  • Review by Cornelia, 10 out of 10
    HP is the best!!

    I always buy HP, and they never have disappointed me! I mean, they last FOREVER!! I use at office and work. The old printers are still going and the new printers will last!! You cannot beat that!!

    We really put our printers “through it” and they have never failed. Nothing worse than needing to print something and not having a reliable printer (so I hear)…because I never have to worry about it with HP.

    Jul 02, 2021 16:28
  • Review by Rosatte, 10 out of 10
    Easy setup

    Easy setup and works great. The 2 years of ink delivery was easy to set up also.

    Oct 17, 2021 08:58
  • Review by newuser1, 8 out of 10
    Newly purchased

    Just purchased but so far everything seems to be going well.

    Oct 09, 2021 21:57
  • Review by CoachC, 10 out of 10
    HP Printer

    Great Printer. Easy to connect to home WIFI and use. Love the scan feature.

    Aug 28, 2021 08:50
  • Review by mike, 6 out of 10
    No way to connect easy

    Very nice looking printer also great print but you have to have app to work on it and some how if dose not connect I see now easy way to get around no display at all not much for instruction

    Oct 15, 2021 15:45
  • 9.2score
    14
    HP
    HP Sprocket Select 2.3"x3.4" Instant Photo Printer - White
    Description

    Send photos straight from your social media feed to the palm of your hand with the HP Sprocket Select Portable Photo Printer. This pocket-sized wonder allows you to print full color sticky-back photographs in an instant—and nearly 30% larger than the original HP Sprocket. Whether you’re making a scrapbook, decorating a journal, creating custom stickers, or filling your walls with original artwork. Zink Zero Ink technology makes printing a breeze. Premium paper resists everyday damage, while the HP app makes locating and personalizing your prints a journey in creativity.

    4 Features
  • LARGER PHOTOS IN AN INSTANT: HP Sprocket Select Printer Prints Beautiful 2.3” x 3.4” Photographs from Your Smartphone or Social Media in Seconds. For iOS & Android, Bluetooth 5.1
  • ZINK ZERO INK TECHNOLOGY: No Expensive Toner or Ribbon Replacements! Glossy Sticky-Back Photo Paper Has Colors Embedded Inside for Amazing Resistance to Water, Smudges & Tears
  • EXCLUSIVE FRAMES & FILTERS: Personalize Your Snaps with Cool Editing Tools on the HP App. Unlock Augmented Reality Fun or Scan Your Doodles to Make Custom Stickers & More.
  • SLIM, PORTABLE DESIGN: Wireless Pocket-Sized Rechargeable Printer Includes Soft-Touch Base, Removable Magnetic Lid, Micro UBS Port & Other Convenient Travel-Friendly Features
  • 8 Most Useful Reviews
  • Review by BPTech, 10 out of 10
    High Quality Prints out of a Pocket Sized Printer

    Full disclosure: I received this product for free in return for my honest opinion about it.

    With that out of the way, overall this printer is great for those who like to print out photos they take on their smartphone and want to share it with friends, family, scrapbook, or decorate your walls with them.

    Let's break it down:

    Quality:

    The quality of the actual printer is pretty good. The outer case is made of plastic which is one down side, I do wish it was made of aluminum or some other metal so you don't run the risk of cracking it when you take off the lid to change the paper.

    The print quality is fantastic for a printer this size. The pictures are about 2.5x3.5 in size, but the clarity and color in which it prints is amazing. I did not expect such high quality prints from a pocket device.

    Functionality:

    Set up was a breeze, scan the QR code included, download the app, pair it to the printer and voila, you're done. The app (Sprocket) connects to your camera roll, camera, Facebook, or Instagram allowing you to print pictures from basically any source you want. Printing from camera/camera roll was very easy and you can add filters, edit and tune the image, or add stickers too.. I did run into an issue where when I synced it to my Instagram, the app would complain that every picture was "low quality" and would not print well. Not sure why as all the IG pictures I have were taken in high quality fashion (portrait mode etc.) Another cool feature is you can take pictures of art work and turn them into stickers (the paper has an adhesive side if you want to turn them into stickers). This app also has an AR feature where you can look at your printer through AR and it will show you the battery life and print queue. Cool, yes, useful.... not in my opinion, it's a little gimmicky. One last feature I love is that you can create grids of pictures, so you can do a collage of 4-6 pictures on one picture which makes for fun exciting pictures to print, and it also has a photo-booth setting where you can do photo-booth style pictures with your friends and print them instantly.

    Maintenance:

    Charging the printer is easy, all you need is the provided micro USB cord and a USB outlet to charge from. Battery life seems to be a few hours after a full charge. Changing the paper is easy, the printer comes with 10 sheets and instructions telling you to put it face down, making it blatantly obvious with an orange sheet of paper how to do so. The only issue I see is the plastic cover is a little flimsy that covers the paper and I worry about it breaking. The price per print is a little expensive, 50-60 cents per print. But the fact you do not have to buy ink cancels that out as the ink is infused into the paper. I do wish HP gave you 20 sheets instead of 10 when you get the product as 10 is not enough to get started.

    Final Thoughts:

    All in all, this printer provides great print quality in a form factor that can fit in your pocket. The app is easy to use and you can seamlessly create fun pictures to share or keep for yourself, or make stickers out of them. The customization of pictures is endless, the fun you can have is endless and since it is app driven, it only adds the possibility of new features in the near future.

    Oct 03, 2019 12:01
  • Review by CrysisComplex, 10 out of 10
    Certainly great for photobooks & other projects.

    Wow this is a cool little well designed product from HP. HP Sprocket is lightweight and easy to use without a doubt but also is very convenient when you need it. The design is ultra modern as it overall holds, you can place this HP Sprocket anywhere like a nightstand and it would look great. It’s small enough to throw into a bag and go.

    HP Sprocket allows for you to print photos directly from your phone that uses Zink paper. Zink paper is fairly cheap and the most common. Seeing how you can get about 100 sheets for about $30 doesn’t break the bank too much. Not much comes in the box, an AR code to help you get started, 10 sheets of Zink, and a USB for charging.

    The app will guide you though how to put the paper in. Once printed, you can peel off the back of these photos if desired and stick them in photo/lookbooks. journaling, photo walls, or just sticking them on a wall. The images come out clean and clear, perfect saturation and glossy. I honestly can’t believe something this small and can print this quality of images. But have to keep in mind that it’s still a mini photo printer but it does the job of printing fantastic 2x3 paper.

    The real magic here is the HP Sprocket app where all the features are contained, things like exclusive stickers that’s seems to be co-designed by artist. There are also photo frames giving you a significant amount of frames to choose from. You can also select the LED color on the front which my significant other loved and enjoyed.

    This little device have my favorite feature... Photo collages. You break images up into 4 parts and 9 parts so you can setup multiple images as one. This will allow you to connect those into one big image to make a poster at will. Another feature is a “Photo ID” feature that allow you to print out headshots better. Party mode is nice if you are going to meet with friends, take photos and they can connect to your printer to print things out. (Up to 3 people can connect.) “Tag” feature just prints out everything in the social media that you tag your photo with.

    I guess some of my downsides to this version maybe two things I encountered. First: The app needs a few improvements as it was a little slow to respond to touch; ended up printing out one image twice. Another thing is they really only start you off with only 10 Zink paper sheets, once you getting use to the mini printer it’s almost out of sheets before you get started. HP should have at lease put in 20 sheets to get the consumer to really enjoy their purchase. So I recommend buying Zink sheets along with this device.

    My partner loves it, and I happen to enjoy it as well. It print out dare I say “cute photos” the stickers are nice as well as provide a good stickers to choose from. I’m sure will be updated over time. This could also serve as a great gift to a partner, child, family member, or friend who just want a easy no frills way to print with a smartphone. The app enhances the features of the device without a doubt and I would recommend this to many families if I could. HP I would have to say designed this with humans who want accessibility in mind.

    Sep 24, 2019 10:41
  • Review by blahnika, 8 out of 10
    Nice little printer for on the go pictures

    I have one of the polorid ones that you take a picture, and I would recommend this over that if you want to take and instantly print some decent photos. The app is pretty easy to use and print the photos, and setting up the printer is easy. If you're at a party and want to get some photos and edit them, this is the way to go.

    The only reason I don't give it 5 stars, is that the quality is not as good as getting a real photo. Its almost there, but this is not going to replace using the CVS or Walgreens app and printing out pictures. So if thats what you're looking for then think about something else. But a nice quick print is great.

    Sep 26, 2019 20:42
  • Review by dorkhead2, 8 out of 10
    Good, not great print quality. Fun with many uses.

    I got this device mainly for making fun pictures for my kids that they can use as stickers for their enjoyment. However, because of the many features built into the Sprocket app, I’ll be using it for an upcoming birthday party as a photo booth option for our guests. Until then, we’ve been printing pictures with fun borders and designs so my kids can use them in school projects, as well as to decorate their stuff. They love that each picture can be turned into a sticker too.

    The picture quality of the printer is good if you’re not expecting high quality prints (such as those from high resolution photo printers). This is the only area that may be an issue for some people, hence my overall score of 4. If you get one of these knowing its limitations in print quality, like I did, then you’ll be satisfied with its capabilities. For example, see the attached pic that shows a printed version of a color grid. The original image is shown on the phone, and the printed version is right next to it. The printer for the most part was able to print most of the colors well. When viewed by itself, and not next to the vibrant phone’s screen, the printed version of the color grid had good color separation. And if you’re thinking of getting this little portable printer for fun projects, crafting, or for parties, the print quality is perfect for these situations.

    One tip I noticed was that if you want to adjust a picture’s features, such as lighting and color, it may be best to do this in the Sprocket app itself. I was adjusting my pictures on my phone’s native photo app, then printed them on the Sprocket printer, and many of my pictures were over saturated. When I made similar adjustments within the Sprocket app instead, the printed images came out much nicer. My guess is that the Sprocket app is designed and fine-tuned for the printer. It seemed to handle my adjustments to match the capabilities of the printer. Makes sense, since the printer and app are designed for each other.

    Overall, this is a great little portable printer that can be used in many creative ways. I really like the fact that these prints are stickers. In my opinion, it’s what makes this printer unique.

    Oct 07, 2019 04:43
  • Review by Aggieof83, 10 out of 10
    Fun printer for gatherings

    This pocket printer is a great item for gatherings and events. If you are looking for studio-quality prints, you need to contact a professional photographer! The sprocket select enables you to print small photos wherever you are. Very lightweight, not much bigger than my cell phone.

    I was excited to open the printer and get started. My first surprise was how easy it was to set up. Basically charge the battery and load the special zink paper. The paper comes in sealed packets of ten and you just want to make sure you load it the correct way (orange card down). You will need to install the hp Sprocket software on your mobile devices.

    I was a bit skeptical about such a small printer doing anything, but was surprised at the quality of the print! I have used this at career fairs, my high school reunion (!), and the office. So easy to snap a pic and print multiple copies! You can add frames and words to your photo using the special sprocket software. The blue tooth connection allows more than one device to use the printer at one time.

    The printer is not super fast, but it is super fun. I had some friends who thought it was not very useful until they actually saw it in action. How many times have you snapped a ton of pics at an event and promised to send them to everyone? (And never did, or forgot?) With the sprocket select, you can print them on the spot!

    I highly recommend this photo printer for use at parties, events, and gatherings. I can also see myself using it in my livestock business when I want to get a printed pic quick for a potential buyer to take with them. It's a physical reminder!

    Oct 04, 2019 06:42
  • Review by Txstatesal, 10 out of 10
    Festival Season Upgrade for ME!

    I am so very excited for festival season and just random nights with friends over! Sure I can share stuff on social media but having had my Sprocket for a week now I am finding that when friends have been over they really enjoyed taking their photos with them. What is more, the augmented reality feature for some filters makes it so interactive and a little secret between my friends and me!

    In two weeks a bunch of friends are coming into town for a festival and this is going to be a blast! The part for me that is a bummer is that the AR filters do not always work which is daunting because I am hoping that by then HP has released a bunch of new filters.

    The body is super cute and I love the marbled look, it is lightweight so it fits easily in my bags without feeling hefty. The printer fits 20 sheets so only my best pictures will get printed but I am happy that in the application it gives you the option to save the photos to your phone. I haven't used the sticker feature yet because I haven't decided where I want all my pictures to go but the fact that I can put them in lockers or on my laptops makes it a blast!

    My top features of the Sprocket are the pretty design, it's smaller than my cellphone, the pictures print in seconds, and it has definitely sparked conversation in my group. Must have for every family!

    Sep 29, 2019 18:44
  • Review by Snarltoof, 10 out of 10
    Instant fun!

    Instant printing is super fun and addictive! I love this little printer. It's super portable and easy to use. I took it on a camping trip over the weekend and was able to surprise my friends with prints of our favorite moments. I'm also happy I got the slightly larger size of this. The paper isn't as easy to find, but the extra versatility is worth it.

    I have an android phone -- it doesn't add itself to the print services like other printers, but I've found that the Sprocket app is one of the Share-as destinations, so that way it's easy to print whatever is on my screen. The prints come out reasonably quickly, they are almost instantly dry and ready to use, and the photo quality is really good.

    I have found however that the battery drains while it isn't in use, so you need to be sure to have something that can charge it. It gives weird error messages when you try to use it with less than 10% battery. The paper is also somewhat expensive, so just be prepared for that cost! The entertainment value is worth it to me. I found an old CD index case that has plenty of room for the printer, a charge cable, and extra paper packets.

    Oct 15, 2019 12:27
  • Review by callmeageeth, 10 out of 10
    Fun, high quality photo printer

    Despite everyone carrying a high quality camera in their pocket at all times, rarely does anyone (especially me) have photos printed. It's kind of a hassle. Sometimes I just want some photos of my kids to put in scrapbooks, use for school projects, etc. Having a high quality printer at home to print your own photos, however, is costly. In comes the HP Sprocket.

    IN THE BOX

    You get the printer, which is remarkably thin, a micro-USB charging cord (I really wish all companies would move to USB-C) and ten prints of photo paper.

    SETUP

    I charged mine before use, the light on the side glows green when it's done. Then to insert the photo paper, you pop off the top and put the paper in. Now, you have to be careful, ensuring you put the paper in the right way, but the paper itself has a bright orange insert that tells you which way to put it in. As long as you are halfway paying attention, it won't be a problem.

    After that, you download the app (there's one for everything) and once the printer is charged and turned on, my phone had no problem finding the printer.

    EASE OF USE

    Everything runs through the app. You can take a picture within the app (I didn't) or you can "import them" from your photo gallery (for me, that would be Google Photos). It's a breeze to do so, although the icons in the app itself could have been a little better designed. You can even view photos on your social media account and print them straight from there, which would save you a few steps of having to download a photo to print if it wasn't already on your phone.

    The fun part is that you can edit any picture. You can pinch and zoom, crop or rotate a photo with your fingers using the touchscreen. You can change the colors of your photos, give it different filters, add fun stickers and even add text and frames. The amount of customization is pretty amazing. There's something there for everyone to add special touches to their photos.

    PRINTING and PRINTING QUALITY

    The only complaint, and it's own I knew the moment I got the printer, is the size of the prints. They're tiny. It's nice when you want to use the photo as a sticker (I should add that the prints have a removable adhesive backing) but they don't work for a 4X6 frame. BUT, what you can do is print tiles. So the printer will take your photo and print 4 or 9 tiles that you can piece together to form one big picture. We took a piece of normal printer paper, removed the adhesive backings from 4 small photos to create one big one that's about the size of a 4X6. Unless viewed up close, you can't tell it's 4 individuals photos making up the big one.

    So while the small print size could be a turn off, I'd argue that it makes the printer more versatile given the option to print tiles.

    The print quality is top notch in my opinion. I really don’t know what to compare it to, but suffice it to say, I had no problems with the print quality. In fact, I was impressed

    OTHER COMMENTS

    Because the prints are so small, the printer itself is crazy small. It's barely thicker than a phone and about the size of a 4X6. It's extremely portable and is great to take with you to say, a kid's party where you might want immediate prints of photos.While I haven't tested the battery life to say how long it lasts, I printed about 20 photos in one outing without a problem.

    Because of the size of the printer, it only holds 10 pieces of photo paper at a time. Again, this is the trade off for having a small printer.

    Costs of prints are pretty reasonable. I bought a 50 pack for $24. So while it's by no means cheap (about 50 cents a print) I think it's a good deal to have the ability to print high quality photos at home on the spot.

    CONCLUSION

    All in all, if you have any desire to make prints at home, whether for scrap books, or to create some kind of project involving pictures, or maybe you just want to print out some mementos when hanging out with friends, this Sprocket printer is the way to go. it's well priced, it's compact, and it's very versatile. And the customization options are a lot fun.

    Oct 02, 2019 12:31
  • 9.2score
    15
    HP
    HP - OfficeJet 250 Mobile Wireless All-In-One Inkjet Printer - Black
    Description

    HP OfficeJet 250 Mobile All-In-One Printer. Take a printer with you wherever you go using this HP OfficeJet mobile multifunction printer. The long battery life lets it print out a variety of media anywhere, so it's ideal for mobile offices and invoicing in particular. Speeds of up to 20 ppm make printing with this HP OfficeJet mobile multifunction printer a seamless experience.

    14 Features
  • Prints up to 20 ISO ppm* in black, up to 19 ISO ppm* in color: To generate documents quickly.
  • Be sure you have the right cartridge: Enter your printer's model number into our Ink and Toner Finder to find compatible cartridges. Get started ›
  • Works with Amazon Alexa: Ask your compatible device (separate device required) to print custom shopping lists, to-do lists, as well as a variety of coloring activities and crossword puzzles.
  • Works with Google Assistant: Ask your compatible device (separate device required) to print your Google Calendar, templates for custom calendars and checklists, as well as select activities and word games.
  • 3-in-1 functionality: Copies, prints and scans to accommodate your business and personal needs.
  • Built-in Wi-Fi: Enables you to wirelessly connect to your existing network.
  • Up to 4800 x 1200 dpi (dots per inch) color resolution: High resolution for producing incredible quality and detail in documents and photos.
  • 1 black and 1 tri-color print cartridge: Three dye-based inks produce vivid color in photos, and the pigment-based black ink produces crisp text.
  • Supported media sizes: ANSI A, Legal, Executive, A4, A5, B5, A6, JIS B5 and Statement.
  • 2.65" touch screen: Makes operation simple.
  • More connectivity options: Built-in memory card slots and USB 2.0 let you simply plug in your memory card, USB drive, camera or other device and print.
  • Copies up to 18 cpm* in black, up to 15.5 ISO cpm* in color: To ensure efficient performance.
  • Copy resolution up to 600 dpi: To generate copies quickly.
  • Scanner with color CIS (contact image sensor): Allows you to scan documents in up to 600 x 600 dpi optical resolution to reproduce exact colors and large documents.
  • 8 Most Useful Reviews
  • Review by Hp250, 10 out of 10
    Small compact

    Love that I can take anywhere an easy to set up on the run

    Jan 05, 2021 11:30
  • Review by Muchsalty, 8 out of 10
    Good not great

    I'm a trucker and I use this printer/scanner on the road. First the good: It is a well made printer and so far it has handled the shaking and bouncing of being in a Big Rig, prints quickly and quietly. Easy to connect to my mobile hot spot and finds my laptop and cell phone with no issues. The not so good: Battery life is just ok and the power cord that's included is a bit on the short side. Print quality is also just ok. The printer is pricey an missing(in my opinion) a slide out paper guide on the output side(at bottom of printer). The scanning if good but the paper feeder can be finicky. So far the printer has performed well trouble free. I will update this post if the printer fails the Big Rig bounce test long term.

    Nov 22, 2019 16:41
  • Review by arwillit21, 8 out of 10
    Downsize Printer Without Sacrificing Quality

    This printer is a good option for those looking to downsize from a larger printer and have the ability to relocate it as needed. Love the wireless capability and the print quality is great! Double-sided printing is not a problem. I wish it could catch printed documents and I haven’t tried scanning photographs through the feed. I also like the fact it can run on its battery. Software is a little quirky at times, resulting in configuration tweaks here and there, but works as well as it needs to. Definitely recommend this mobile printer.

    Oct 21, 2021 16:55
  • Review by GREATHPHERE, 10 out of 10
    HP Office Jet 250 is Great

    Definitely a 5 star on this printer, it is light weight, compact and you can take it anywhere; prints fast and gets the job done; one of the best things that I love about this printer is that I don't have to keep it plugged in, which is convenient when you are on the go; I can print in the car, on the train, and even on the plan; moreover, when I say print, I don't mean wifi, this printer has a direct connect which gives you the ability to directly connect and print; this would be great for those in college

    Sep 15, 2021 09:20
  • Review by csrretireech2, 10 out of 10
    great printer for multiple page printing

    It is a workhorse printer as it can print multiple pages at one time. It is convenient for transporting to and from meetings. It produces a quality printed page. Well worth the full price or discounted amount. It is not of a flimsy construction but a good strong construction. Its multiple usage such as printing and copying makes it an extremely necessary piece of equipment for any business big or small.

    Jun 29, 2019 01:40
  • Review by FrEsH, 8 out of 10
    Great travel printer

    Purchased this printer to use for traveling. I originally bought the Officejet 200 and quickly returned it to get this one with the built-in scanner. My only complaint is that if you want to use it via wireless in a hotel you will need to have your own router or set your phone as a hotspot. Other than that it is a great printer.

    Jul 19, 2018 16:38
  • Review by roverd15, 10 out of 10
    Amazing Travel Printer!

    I travel for work. I was so

    happy to get and use this printer. Downloaded the hp smart app to my phone and print my documents right off my iPhone. I purchased the case and packed it in my suitcase and it flies with me on the plane. I love it!

    Jul 10, 2020 20:41
  • Review by Rodeosecretary, 10 out of 10
    Rodeo secretary

    Love this printer. Works amazing for what i do. Traveling over the country.

    Sep 11, 2021 20:32
  • 9.2score
    16
    HP
    HP - OfficeJet Pro 9015e Wireless All-In-One Inkjet Printer with 6 months of Instant Ink Included with HP+ - White
    Description

    The HP OfficeJet Pro 9015e delivers faster color printing, auto 2-sided scanning, and enhanced security features. It includes the optional HP+ Smart Printing System that keeps itself up to date, secure, and ready to print from virtually anywhere at any time. Optional HP+ system requires an HP account, internet connection, and use of only Original HP Ink for the life of the printer.

    9 Features
  • Best for small businesses and home offices: Print professional-quality color documents like presentations, brochures and flyers
  • Upgraded features: Fast color print, copy, fax, auto 2-sided printing and scanning, mobile and wireless printing, auto document feeder, and print from USB
  • HP+ Smart Printing System: The optional HP+ system enables your printer to think ahead so it's more secure, more productive and ready when you are. Requires an HP account, internet connection and use of only Original HP Ink for the life of the printer.
  • 6 free months of Instant Ink & an extra year of HP warranty: when you activate optional HP+ and Instant Ink when setting up your printer. Only with HP+.
  • Fast print speeds: Print up to 22 pages per minute in black and 18 pages per minute in color
  • Dual band Wi-Fi: Self-healing Wi-FiTM automatically detects and resolves connection issues
  • HP Smart app: Print, scan and copy from your phone—from anywhere. Get advanced features for 24 months with HP+.
  • Security essentials: Protect sensitive data with basic encryption, password protection, Wi-Fi security and document protection. Get enhanced cloud-based security features with HP+.
  • Ink delivered before you run out: Never run out of ink with an optional Instant Ink subscription. Try free for 6 months with HP+. Credit card required; change or cancel anytime
  • 8 Most Useful Reviews
  • Review by Aaronxx7, 8 out of 10
    Impressive Quality and Speed

    This machine definitely has the performance part down pretty good. All the main features work great. I am including some pictures I printed from my phone, slightly edited with the HP Smart app. Some pictures that I scanned and printed with all the default settings, the originals on the left, and the reprints on the right. A comparison picture of a photo printed on photo paper vs plain paper. As well as a print out of some of the Alexa skills that can be used with the printer.

    The convenience is missing during the initial setup, but restored afterwards.The printer is pretty easy to use, once everything is set up. Which makes it difficult to understand why setting this printer up is such a hassle.

    The entire setup process is kinda tedious and forced. If this printer came with free ink for 5 years, then I could understand the extra hoops for setup and use. With that said, I am a little offended by the lack of freedom surrounding some aspects of this machine. Which is a complete shame, because the printer really is quite nice. It prints extremely fast text documents, and full color glossy photos. You can fax to and from the machine, with a landline, and send faxes directly from your smartphone. It is even pretty easy to add to Alexa or Google assistant. It took less time to set it up with Alexa than it did with HP+ . Linking your printer with Alexa adds the ability to print lists, and some documents on your phone or stored with Alexa. You can even activate some tasks like scan and copy with voice control. With the addition of some more skills, you can print coloring pages, comics, games, puzzles, and recipes, through Alexa's voice control features.

    As soon as you turn on the printer, it asks you a few simple questions, then it prompts you to download the HP Smart app on either your pc or smartphone, to finish the setup. It appears that registering your account with the printer is the only way to move forward from here. If you already have an HP account or don't mind signing up for the HP+ service then it shouldn't be a big deal to finish the setup. Afterall you get an extra year's worth of the manufacturer warranty, and 6 months of free ink( to support 100 pages per month of printing). If you prefer not to register right now, you can bypass this screen by pressing the "?" on the bottom of the touchscreen, then pressing "cancel" on the next 2 screens, and then follow the next few prompts to get to the main menu. Here you can set up your wifi and change any setting you want. The register prompt will pop up again soon restricting some functions, so you will probably want to just register to make things easier for yourself.

    One of the good things about the HP Smart app is that it is close to the same layout and function on the computer as it is on the smartphones. Everything is split up by tiles, and has access to account and individual printer settings. Here you can check your page usage for the month, change plans, and review subscription information. All the printer functions like scanning, printing, and faxing can be activated by the tiles. You can even create and activate shortcuts directly from the app tile. Creating shortcuts is actually very easy and can be done in seconds. I'm usually emailing whatever I have to scan, so I made 2 shortcuts for scanning items as searchable PDFs, and emailing pictures.

    Another drawback to this printer is the price of ink - if you choose not to join HP+ , you could be spending around $100 for all 4 cartridges.Just as an FYI 3rd party ink will void the HP+ benefits, and most likely disable your machine( if the software can detect the non-HP ink cartridges).So if you enjoy or think you will like HP's instant ink program, then this is definitely the printer for you. The HP+ program claims to be able to save up to 50% off on ink.

    I have been printing for a few days, and I am almost out of yellow ink, and the other color cartridges are half empty.To be fair, I have printed 12 ( 8.5x11 photos ) , 10 ( 4x6 photos), and about 50 text document pages, so I am already near my max pages printed for the month.

    If you print more than 100 pages per month, you might want to buy the next plan up, otherwise you spend $1.00 for every 10 pages over the 100 for the month.

    The Best feature of this printer is the speed. It can print just about any full size photo(8.5"x11") at high quality in 1minute and 30seconds, give or take a few more seconds based on the photo. For normal quality settings, it only takes 23 seconds to print an 8.5"x11" photo. It will also print 4"x6" photos in 30 seconds, at high quality.

    Even scanning is fast for this machine, it can scan at 300dpi, a 8.5"x11" photo in 10 seconds.It even offers double sided printing and scanning. With scan resolutions of 75, 150, and 300dpi.

    Part of the reason this printer is so quick is because of the 1.2Ghz Processor ,and the 512MBs of memory.

    This machine can print black only, or color pages in draft quality at 32PPM. On normal to high quality, it will print black at 22PPM, and color at 18PPM. In contrast most other printers print black at 13 to 15PPM, and color at 11 to 13PPM.

    The HP 9015e prints HD quality prints, with 1200x1200 rendered dpi -black and 4800x1200 optimized dpi -color(using HP Advanced Photo Paper).The printer can use any media sizes from 3" x 5" up to 13" x 18", at 16lbs to 110lbs. This leaves it open to a lot of different potential projects.

    Print from anywhere works pretty good, as long as your printer is registered and linked to your account and app. There is a printer setting in the app for "print anywhere" that you will have to enable to use the service first, and it's that easy. Just use the HP Smart app like you would normally and select what and how to print it.

    Scanning from the PC gets you three automated features, Auto-enhancements , Auto-heal, and Auto-orientation.Advanced Scan is coming to the mobile version soon, which will let you scan multiple objects in one picture shot. Each item will be saved as it's own page, and can be saved as searchable text files. The Advanced Scan also lets you scan books, and will automatically correct curved pages to separate and straighten them out. Auto Heal will remove distracting marks and any other imperfections in your photos.max scan size is 8.5" x 14" with ADF

    and 8.5" x 11.7" flatbed

    Faxing is pretty simple, just like with most machines, you enter the phone number and hit send. If you don't have a physical fax cover page, you can create one from the touch screen. You can fax from the flatbed scanner, your phone, or the ADF.The ADF will hold up to 35 pages for faxing or scanning, just keep in mind that if any of your papers are warped or crinkled in any way it might cause pages to stick together when running through the ADF. I always double check my page count, to the printed fax summary reports, to make sure everything went through ok. The 9015e has an impressive 100 speed dial slots, and can store up to 100 pages to fax, just keep in mind it takes about 4 seconds per page to fax something. The fax resolution can be adjusted up to 300 x 300.You can send unlimited faxes from your phone for the trial period, after the trial period the faxes will be limited for free subscriptions.

    You are also eligible for free incoming faxes for 12 months. To save paper on incoming faxes you can enable the 2-sided fax printing.

    Overall the print quality and speed of this printer is really exceptional for an office printer, and very good even compared to a photo printer. The HP Smart software is pretty easy to use, to resize, crop or edit files or pictures. ( just make sure you are using the right print settings before printing for either a document or photo ). The addition of faxing from your phone, creating searchable pdfs, and tailored shortcuts really add back to the convenience of this printer. I am still pretty impressed with how accurate the color matching is on prints compared to original scanned images.

    Apr 19, 2021 03:46
  • Review by Njuice, 10 out of 10
    High End Printer That Blends in with Daily Life

    Printer’s are a necessary evil for home life and can be difficult to work with. This HP 9015 Printer really breaks that mold by being so easy to use that it doesn’t feel like a nuisance to use!

    PROS:

    - The Printer is very well designed! I like the white/gray design and although it has a lot of features, it still feels compact and just blends in with your home or office by not being an eyesore.

    - Setting up was very easy! After turning on and putting the ink in, I used the HP Smart App from my iPad. This App made it very smooth and easy to use. Very happy with the setup!

    - After setting up, this printer is easily accessible through WiFi from any Windows 10 computer as well as my phone/iPad with the HP Smart App. So printing/scanning was very easy after that!

    - To be clear: you do not NEED the HP Smart App to print from a mobile device. I was able to print over WiFi with my iPad Pro without using the App. So you can print without the app but using other features via a mobile device you need the HP Smart App.

    - Can confirm this printer prints double sided!! Nice feature!

    - Overall it has a lot of nice features needed for a home/office printer. Print’s fast with no errors, scanner, and copier. It will be very useful.

    CONS:

    - I like how everything is wireless but if for some reason you wanted a hard connection (which you can do), you would have to buy the cord separately . The Printer only comes with Power Cord and Ink.

    - I can’t think of many. For the price it takes care of everything I need.

    BOTTOM LINE: For my uses, this printer hits everything on the head. It’s ease of use is truly great and makes printing/scanning a seamless process.

    Feb 24, 2019 16:18
  • Review by Nicholas, 10 out of 10
    HP Office Jet Pro 9015e with HP+

    HP+ gives you 6 months of free ink and 1 extra year of warranty, when you register for HP+.

    This printer is good for the small business. The 9015e scans your documents faster and does duplex scanning and printing. The black and white documents print at about 22 pages per minute. The color is a bit slower at 18 pages per minute. The 9015e comes with a document feeder. The 9015e is either wireless or USB. The setup is easily completed using the HP Smart App. Open the app with the computer and printer on the same Wi-Fi and follow the on-screen directions. The intelligent self-healing dual band Wi-Fi automatically detects and fixes it's Wi-Fi problems without user input.

    HP+ Smart print system keeps your printer ready to print, better security than previous models. With HP+ your get 6 months of ink free. You must register for this service and provide a credit card number for payment on a monthly basis and HP will ship ink depending on which plan you selected during set-up. HP also sends you a return mailer so you can return your used cartridges. Recycled and kept out of the landfills. HP+ does require the user to only utilize HP branded ink cartridges. You can cancel this plan and return to buying your cartridges. However, please note the HP+ ink cartridge’s hold more ink than extra capacity cartridges. There is also one caveat, once you cancel the automatic ink you can no longer use the HP+ cartridges.

    There are on-line resources available to assist you with addition tasks and set up on other devices.

    The quality of the copies and scans is excellent. Printouts in both color and black and white crisp and no bleeding of the ink. The Color touch screen tilts for ease of use. The controls are easily identified on the color screen.

    The Pros of this machine are many. However, I did have a problem with set-up and had to call Support. The phone was answered quickly, and the problem resolved in a few minutes.

    The 9015e is put together well and you can tell the quality of the workmanship.

    I would recommend the HP Office Jet Pro 9015e with HP+ to family and friends.

    Apr 10, 2021 17:06
  • Review by MikeJ, 10 out of 10
    Feature packed all-in-one, great performance

    I am coming from a Brother printer that is pushing 10 years old at this point. It held up well over time but I was due for a more modern upgrade.

    Initial setup of this HP Officejet Pro was quick and easy. The mobile application and Windows HP Smart software was easy to use, and I had my printer connected to my wireless network and Google Drive in minutes. Prints are crisp, clear, and fast. I also noticed that this unit works fairly quietly, which is nice. Scanning features are great, and easy to perform with the mobile app, save as a pdf, and email without having to use a computer. The computer software is also full-featured, but it is convenient to control everything from a phone in front of the printer as well. Options and settings can be changed on the fly without walking back and forth to your computer. The touchscreen interface on the printer is quick and easy, reminds me of an older Android phone, it works well. Overall I am happy with this printer and would recommend it to anyone running a small business, or just needs a step up in quality and features for overall home use.

    Mar 07, 2019 17:06
  • Review by RandallFlagg, 10 out of 10
    Nice all in one printer. Great for a home office

    Opening the box, I find the printer, 4 ink cartridges (black, cyan, yellow, and magenta…as usual), a power cord and install instruction as well as an HP+ brochure. It all looks complete and ready to install except for taking the tape off. But wait, what’s this grey button and black piece with a spring on it. Oh man, I hope it’s not broken. I examine the printer and flip it upside down, then I see the hole in the outfeed tray. I pull it out and press the other button. The tray comes out and I can see its twin on the underside. I take a few minutes to orientate the two pieces and after a second try, I get it to click in. The button has a big and small tab and goes in one way, at least that’s how it looked to me. Anyway, now ready to install.

    I plug the unit in and the printer powers up. It goes through a few steps and asks to connect with my network via Wi-Fi. That’s when I discover I’ve been running my main desktop just on a LAN cable. I run the Windows troubleshooter and it can’t help. It says to try a driver, so off to the HP site to find the Wi-Fi driver for my model. I download it and tada, Wi-Fi appears in my network. I connect and it sees the printer in the HP Smart app. I don’t need my phone to install the printer. I click on the discovered printer and it starts setup. As it does, I go to the HP+ webpage, and based on my needs, I don’t want the service. To be completely honest, I was on the fence as I read about the service and I think I would have signed up if doing so didn’t lock the printer into using only genuine ink. I like the savings it offered, and the 3x roll-over credit is allowed, but as these printers age, I like the option to buy 3rd party ink just as a cheap printing option. Many times, I print articles or store coupons and I hate to use good expensive ink for those types of jobs. If HP would have left that option available, I would have signed up. So, after saying no to HP+, the printer asks to print an alignment sheet. I click yes and it takes a bit and seems to stall, but it finally gets the job done and then asks to scan the sheet. The instruction in the 2.7” touchscreen display wasn’t the easiest to read. I wasn’t sure which direction to turn the page, although it was easy to see the top left corner was the alignment spot. I chose a direction and figured it would let me know if I needed to flip it and rescan. No problem though, it said finished and ready to print. I must say that this is probably the easiest printer I’ve installed in Windows and I have 3 HP printers running through the HP Smart app, as well as 3 other branded printers currently running.

    What else can I say about a printer? Well, the construction is your basic printer build. Lots of plastic and in my case a small part lying in the box waiting for me to reinstall it. The touchscreen CGD is nice and responsive. The paper feed tray is okay, but the spring-loaded (catch??) is a bit of a pain. I need to remember to hold it down when I return it. Without a spring-like many of my other printers, I just push it back in. I do like that the unit leans toward connecting with Wi-Fi, but still offers a LAN port and USB port. The printer doesn’t come with either cable, so be ready with the correct cable if this is your preferred choice. It has a convenient USB port on the side, not sure why USB 2.0 still, but maybe that’s all one needs to print with. I just figured anything new would offer USB 3.0 first. This model does have automatic two-sided printing and a 35-page auto-feeder. Oh, and I forgot because I don’t use it, but it can fax and has the two phone ports in the back. I haven’t had it but a couple of days, but it says it has auto healing Wi-Fi, so it tries to reconnect if the connection is lost.

    One last thing I forgot to add during setup. At the very end, it allowed me to email myself a link to use on my other computers, tablets, and phone. I sent it to my daily email account and then whatever device I’m using, I can just click and install that device and print wirelessly. Nice.

    Oops, one more thing. Not sure why and if it matters, but in the install and HP Smart app, the printer is listed as HP OfficeJet Pro 9010 series. Since it's a 9015e, that 9010 messed me up for a second. Just FYI.

    Apr 06, 2021 22:07
  • Review by Alicia, 10 out of 10
    Great all in one for small offices

    I bought this all in one printer when it became difficult to buy ink for my last printer. Installation is easy, paper jams are easy to clear, prints clearly and quickly, scans better than my last printer.

    Mar 18, 2020 13:36
  • Review by Njuice, 10 out of 10
    Easy to use, yet High End Wireless Printer

    For people who work from home or have small businesses, having a reliable printer is still really important! And with the way that we are starting to work, we need one that thinks ahead and is very easy to use at a moments notice. The HP OfficeJet Pro 9015e Printer has truly met my needs and beyond!

    PROS:

    - I really like the look of this printer. The shape, the white/gray tones, and the overall design just give it a modern feel while not feeling too clunky or out of place.

    - Setup was truly a breeze! The printer is largely ready to go besides plugging it in, connecting it to the internet, and putting in the ink cartridges. It just was really nice to have no assembly required and it being ready to go so quickly.

    - The HP Smart app (which is on Windows, Android, iPhone/iPad) is really a fantastic tool for this printer. It helps you manage everything on there, shows ink levels, and is just a well developed app to use.

    - I can’t stress how nice the wireless aspect is of this printer. Being able to easily access the printer from my phone, tablet, or laptop really makes getting this done so much easier then having to be physically connected to the printer or wirelessly adding the printer through an over complicated process.

    - Once set up, the printer works great! For printing it is very fast and accurate, while also being able to print double sided.

    - It can scan/copy things through the document feeder or through the actually scanner which is really nice versatility to have, especially if you need to scan a lot of documents at once.

    - The Color touchscreen is also really nice to have! It adds a nice feature if needed, shows the printing status, but blends in nicely when you don’t need it.

    - HP+ is included in with this and I am quite impressed with it! Basically its a service that will ship you more ink when you need it without having to think about it, plus they offer ways to recycle your old cartridges which I think is a great sustainable idea. It’s a really nice feature to have to help you be more productive with your printer.

    CONS:

    - I don’t have any issues with this printer that I can think of or that I have run into so far. For my needs it works great.

    BOTTOM LINE:

    - If you work from home or have a small business and need a printer that can do it all for you, look no further than this one! The printing, scanning, copying features all work really well plus its highly accessible with its wireless hookups and HP+ membership along with it. I have really enjoyed using this printer and I think you will too.

    Apr 06, 2021 14:26
  • Review by HDUB, 10 out of 10
    Great Printer for Teachers

    Was very unsure of which printer to go with, but HP was recommended by a fellow teacher and it has been wonderful. It is a perfect size and handles everything I need to do. Will always purchase HP printers in the future.

    Apr 24, 2020 16:08
  • 9.0score
    17
    HP
    HP - LaserJet M209dwe Wireless Black-and-White Laser Printer with 6 months of Toner through HP+ - White & Slate
    Description

    With fast print speeds and precision two-sided printing, the HP LaserJet M209dwe is perfect for small businesses printing black & white forms, reports and business documents. It includes the HP+ Smart Printing System that keeps itself up to date, secure, and ready to print from virtually anywhere at any time. As part of the connected HP+ system, this printer only works with Original HP Toner and requires an HP account and internet connection.

    9 Features
  • Best for small businesses and home offices: Print, scan and copy high-quality black & white docs like forms, reports and business documents
  • Fast two-sided printing: Black & white precision laser printing plus scan, copy, an auto document feeder and wireless connectivity
  • HP+ Smart Printing System: HP+ enables your printer to think ahead so it's more secure, more productive and ready when you are. As part of the connected HP+ system, this printer only works with Original HP Toner and requires an HP account and internet connection.
  • 6 free months of Instant Ink & an extra year of HP warranty: This HP+ printer comes with an extra year of HP warranty and an optional 6 free months of Instant Ink for laser printers.
  • Fast print speeds: Print up to 30 pages per minute single-sided, up to 19 pages per minute two-sided
  • Dual band Wi-Fi: With self-reset that automatically detects and resolves connectivity issues.
  • HP Smart app: Print, scan and copy from your phone—from anywhere.7 Get advanced features for 24 months with HP+.
  • Strong security: Built-in security features help protect your printer from potential attacks, plus get enhanced cloud-based security features with HP+
  • Toner delivered before you run out: Never run out of toner9 with an optional Instant Ink subscription for laser printers. Try free for 6 months with HP+. Credit card required; change or cancel anytime
  • 8 Most Useful Reviews
  • Review by MrGadget, 10 out of 10
    Workhorse HP B&W Laser Printer At A Mini Price

    HP LaserJet M209dwe is a wireless black-and-white laser printer that includes six months of toner through subscription with HP, and is priced at $150 from Best Buy. Features include a small footprint, up to 30 ppm, 600 dpi output, dual-band Wi-Fi, built-in duplexer, a monthly duty cycle of up to 20,000 pages and up to 150-sheet input tray.

    **WHAT’S IN THE BOX**

    • Printer, power cord, starter toner cartridge for up to about 700 pages

    • Quick start guide, warranty

    **THE SETUP**

    Like all modern name-brand printers, setup is simple and seamless across computers and mobile devices.

    NOTE – This model does not include an ADF (Automatic Document Feeder). If needed, opt for the higher-level HP Printer with a 40-page ADF and the same 20,000 monthly duty cycle, LaserJet M234sdwe, $200.

    Setup is through a smartphone (with downloaded HP Smart app). Printer sharing across the network and high-quality scanning is though the HP Smart app. Share to email, Google Drive, Dropbox or the cloud from anywhere where your device has signal.

    Absent are a display and a glass platen on which to place documents for scanning and the ability to act as a copier. This is a PRINTER, not a copier, scanner or fax. More on this later.

    Following the quick start, I added it to my Wi-Fi. Software found the printer, asked if I wanted to add it in my existing HP app and so on. To those new to HP, it will be just as simple.

    All devices are now set up to access this new printer, allowing its placement in the most convenient location. Adding users is easy.

    Amazon Alexa compatibility is also built in by launching the Alexa mobile app and linking the mobile HP app account.

    For those without an existing HP account, the final step is to create one, including a credit card with billing information. Without it, the printer will not operate through the HP app nor will the owner be able to set up HP+ ink program.

    Six months of free toner is available with activation of HP+. This requires a credit card and can be cancelled at any time. When the printer’s supplies monitor senses toner running low to about 20%, the user is automatically sent a free replacement cartridge based on printing up to 1500 pages per month. After the trial period, users are eligible to purchase genuine HP toner cartridges at up to 50% off retail cost, or cancel and find replacement toner without this program. Activation also includes a 2-year extended warranty.

    **PUT TO THE TEST**

    Once set up, and as expected, using this printer with its small footprint was a pleasure for everyone. From the time the print command was executed, the first sheet was produced in about 7 seconds from a cold start in sleep mode. Impressive. And it continued to crank out a series of double-sided 215-page tech manuals time after time. Now, THAT is impressive to watch.

    I continued to print in an effort to deplete the starter toner cartridge, triggering automatic replacement. After almost nonstop printing a total of 878 pages, of which 437 were duplex sheets (found in the Web-based printer page), the printer triggered a replacement cartridge to be sent, for which we were notified by email.

    Even without setting up the app, I was able to print from all our computers by adding this printer as any other would be added in settings. There was nothing to consciously download as both MacOS and Windows 10 had what was needed. The same was true when printing directly from mobile phones and iPad. From the pages I wanted to print, I did as always, sending selected pages to the printer and choosing one-sided or duplex.

    I printed documents from Windows and Mac computers, Android and Apple iPhones, using the standard protocols as well as through the Alexa app on mobile devices.

    For Android phones, this printer is also compatible with the Mopria protocols and app. Look up “Mopria Print Service” for more information.

    Need to copy, then print documents? Use the HP mobile app or built-in scanning options on your phone, then print to the HP. As a workaround, it works! If you need to do a lot of scanning, get a dedicated document scanner, many of which do a better, faster job than any consumer or small business targeted all-in-one printer.

    The HP Smart app is beautifully designed. From the main page, click Copy to use your smartphone camera to smart scan documents, auto-figuring borders, and then print. The Print Documents button pulls from the cloud or the phone, then prints. After setup, Mobile Fax provides in-app e-faxing right from your phone IF you have a phone line from which the document can show as the sender’s fax as I do. Camera Scan uses the smart phone camera to scan documents, or electronically scan existing files. And SO MUCH MORE.

    We have placed it next to our larger HP All-In-One color inkjet printer where it is now the default household printer. The cost to print each black and white page compared with the cost of color printing on our other HP is relatively small.

    **CONCLUSION**

    Incredibly reasonably priced, HP LaserJet M209dwe is as easy to set up and use as any I have encountered and its speedy, crisp 600 dpi black and white output is as good as any I have seen at even twice the price. While it lacks some features as detailed above, most notably a display and ADF, these omissions are forgiven due to the low cost. Besides, the missing display is not needed because everything required for printing is in the app. From desktop computers, printing is by the same method as any other printer. Send the document to the printer and print. This little workhorse is small enough to fit where others will not. If you want a little printer that will exceed your expectations at its price, buy this HP.

    **WARRANTY**

    HP two-year warranty.

    Apr 21, 2021 00:51
  • Review by BarackObama, 10 out of 10
    Simple yet Amazing Laser Printer!

    I own an HP InkJet printer and have always heard great things about laser printers. Not only do you get more prints out of them, but laser printers also print faster, produce sharper text, and you will not have to worry about ink drying out. As someone who usually only prints documents with text, this printer has been so far an excellent addition to my office.

    In the box, you get the printer, the cover tray, reference guide, and warranty information. The printer is surprisingly small and light which is excellent to move around for areas with limited space. Set-up can be done by downloading the HP Smart app on your phone or computer. Then all you would need to do is follow the on-screen instructions to complete your set-up. I had everything set-up in less than 15 minutes! Both phone and PC applications had an easy-to-follow UI and seemed to integrate well with the printer.

    Note that this printer only prints black and white. As someone who only prints documents with text, this printer was perfect for me. Laser printers tend to print sharper text, and I can first hand say this is true. All the documents I printed out had sharp and clear text which made them stand out much more. The printer also prints vastly quicker compared to my InkJet which is perfect when printing multiple documents. This printer prints up to 29 pages per minute!

    This printer is also eligible for HP+. HP+ provides many benefits if you are printing daily. You get to enjoy an extra one year of extra warranty and 6 months of free toner. You can also save up to 50% off Instant Ink. Instant Ink delivers ink or toner to your door if your printer’s ink or toner is running low. You also get access to premium features in the HP smart app.

    In conclusion, this printer has been an exceptional addition to my office. I print mostly text documents and my documents have never looked better. The printer doesn’t take up much space which is great for smaller areas! The only thing I would’ve liked included on this printer is a digital screen but at this price point, I don’t mind the buttons. If you are looking for a new black and white printer that prints at amazing speeds and prints clearer text, this HP printer may be for you.

    Apr 27, 2021 22:05
  • Review by Phjilek36, 10 out of 10
    Great small business Duplexing b/w printer w/app

    The HP Smart app was something you can get from the Microsoft Store, and install that way, so no need for a CD drive to install.

    The instructions are pretty minimal, and shows some pictures of what to do, rather than a lengthy paragraph. Initial setup was slightly glitchy for me, and I had to unplug the printer and restart the process a couple times (including my computer), before both the computer & printer were able to recognize each other. This was in an office building, where we share the same wifi, which should not matter, but for whatever reason, the app and the printer were not recognizing the new printer. So if the app says it cannot find another printer, and you click the refresh button in the app when searching, restart your computer and printer. To get it to pair, you have to hold the wifi button and the X button until the lights illuminate, then it is in a pairing mode. If you click X or something else, the lights turn off, and you cannot get it to re-search for a network, as you must now unplug it and start over. It has dual-band WiFi with Self-Reset, so it is fast, once connected and will reconnect if issues arise with your router/wifi.

    NOTE: Disconnect from any VPN that you may be on. It will not recognize the local wireless network if you are on a VPN. This was not my issue, but it does say this as a requirement.

    The dimensions are 8” tall and 14” wide, and 16 ¾” deep (including the input paper tray.

    This monochromatic (i.e. black/grey) printer is pretty quick, clear (600x600 resolution), and holds up to 150 pages to print on, but only holds 100 printed pages. Not sure why they did that, but 100 pages is still a lot of pages. I cant remember the last time I printed more than 100 pages without going to take them out of the printer. The 1st page takes 7 seconds to print (single sided). It is a really fast duplexing printer as well. My other canon printer takes longer to print than this one.

    The toner says it will last for about 1500 pages per month. I have not hit that yet, but I believe they rate it on typical printing of word documents, and not large images. Once you are getting to 20% of black toner remaining, HP will automatically send you more ink/toner. That is actually pretty nice. You get the ink delivered for up to 50% less than retail price. So if you dread the “I have to spend a ton of money to buy more ink,” this will help on your budget and peace of mind. You have to add a credit card to enroll in the HP Instant Ink. This model is supposed to be using 20% less energy than the previous model, and more than prior models before that.

    HP+ printer comes with a 6-month subscription of free toner with HP Instant ink, as well as a 2-yr extended HP warranty, after you activate an HP+ account. The account is required to be set up, before you can start printing anything. I wanted to do 4.5 stars because of the requirement for setting up an account, but I see the benefits of having the account, when it comes to the included additional features. I just wish it would not be required to register your information, if you don't want to, but if you ARE required to, in order to use the printer for what you bought it for. You cannot print a page until you register and set up an account. Yes, you get a free 6-mo ink subscription, but that should be an add-on feature, not a requirement. You also get 24 months of advanced HP Smart app features, as well as an additional 1-year of HP warranty. That 24 months includes the ability to send mobile faxing, which is kind nice if you are a newer business and don’t have a fax machine. No need to buy a fax machine if you have the HP App.

    Printing from your phone is another option, using the HP Smart App. I have Google drive and Microsoft OneDrive, so I can open and print from my phone. What is a great freebie is the scan functionality in the HP Phone App. Google has a similar scan feature, but the HP Smart App has the ability to scan and send directly to the printer. It allows you to crop and skew the image, if you don’t take a picture directly flat/parallel to the item you are scanning. I can save it as a PDF or image, and it will auto/manually crop to the edge of the document. So scanning a signed document is quick and easy. The app allows you to email/save to cloud/etc once you scan it (take a photo of a document).

    The HP LaserJet M209dwe uses an HP 134A Black Toner Cartridge. 1 is provided for you, in the box.

    May 25, 2021 11:52
  • Review by DJSmooth, 8 out of 10
    Beautiful Laser Printer w/ 6mo HP+

    Overall

    Amazing printer/copy machine—an excellent basic small (home) office product. Like all other wireless capable smart featured HP printers, the HP Smart app is a requirement. Not only for connecting the printer the first time but also for its mobile features, especially with a printer like this that doesn’t offer a scanner. But once set up it seems to pop up as an active network printer on all my Windows computers. That said, the HP Smart app adds several camera scanning options such as mobile fax and camera scan.

    Not much on the actual unit in terms of user interface. There’s 4 buttons, power, X (cancel), Feed (downward arrow), and ! (Information) On the back you have your typical Ethernet jack and USB Type B interface. The paper jam removal points are a bit oddly placed. On the bottom just before the feed rollers there's a small notch, press and release the tray. The second is along the back, shift a slider and drop the door. But after sending a print to the scanner with the door open I noticed the paper path is not along this door. The internal cover, which is not removable, conceals that path. Pressing the ! button reveals that the printer is connected to internet while it throws a message at the very top saying it isn’t.

    Pros:

    Relatively easy setup. Pairing to a mobile phone/tablet Android or iOS is extremely straightforward and just works as long as you’re on the same network.

    WiFi direct makes things far simpler as long as you are within the printers range. Just connect to its SSID using the pin it prints when you press the “!” button.

    Solid construction.

    High quality speedy prints for every type of file. Document, web page, and pictures.

    Cons:

    The paper tray comes with an odd 2 piece design. The top piece clips in and covers the top and sides while the back is left completely open. I thought enclosed trays were meant to keep dust out.

    Apr 30, 2021 10:23
  • Review by ERN52, 10 out of 10
    An Absolutely Fine Laser Printer

    HP - LaserJet M209dwe Wireless Black-and-White Laser Printer

    I received this printer not sure whether I would like it or not. Well, if all needed to print was black and white documents I would give it ten stars. I do have a Multi Purpose Laser Printer that copies, scans and prints in color so the M209dwe is second string.

    I have been using Laser Printers since the HP 2P or for approximately 20 years. The M209dwe is really a great printer and an exceptional value.

    Positives

    Very light weight - easy to move if needed

    Very small footprint - doesn't need a lot space

    Wireless - connects easily to the network

    Fast Printer even when duplex printing

    Negatives

    Not really anything

    A side note

    HP offers this printer with 6 months of printer toner. In doing so you have to have a HP account and HP seems to track pages printed. At the end of 6 months, HP begins its subscription service for toner which you select a plan when you install the printer. You can opt out of the prescription service before the 6 months, but once you do that the toner cartridge will discontinue working and you would have to purchase your own toner cartridge. Kind of quirky but depending on how much printing you do might dictate whether you would want to continue with the subscription. For myself, I doubt if my printing volume would be enough to justify the prescription. This subscription package should not stop anyone from buying this printer.

    Apr 26, 2021 19:12
  • Review by Jason, 8 out of 10
    Compact, powerful, high quality and secured

    This is a compact, beautiful, high print quality, fast, wireless, duplex home and office laser printer. Supports 2.4Ghz and 5Ghz wifi. HP+ is very convenient because toner will be shipped to you on demand automatically and the cost depends on your printing volume. HP+ is not mandatory but with HP+, you get 2 years warranty and 6 months free printing up to 1500 pages per month during the 6 months. Every device printing to this printer must have HP Smart app installed, signed in and online. The app maybe occasionally slow however printing has no delay. It has the Require Private Pickup option where files will only be printed when the user confirms their proximity to the printer, very secured.

    May 01, 2021 17:32
  • Review by ERN52, 10 out of 10
    HP M-209dw A truly wonderful Laser Printer

    Hewlett-Packard M-209e

    I have been using Laser printers since the HP 2P, so I am guessing that's around 20 years. This printer is not my only Laser Printer. I also have a multi-function color laser that prints, copies and scans.

    The M-209dw basically performs one function very well - it prints black and white documents.

    PROS

    Light - Small Footprint -Surprisingly Fast - Duplexes -

    Has an Ethernet Port

    CONS

    The documentation is almost non-existent.

    I have not found a USB port.

    My final statement is about the 6 months free printing that HP states comes with this printer. It comes with an apparently special toner cartridge only works if you sign up for a toner plan. If you use this printer to print many pagers on a regular basis, it may pay off. When you register the printer, HP guides you to select a laser toner renewal subscription. You can opt out but the cartridge that comes with the printer stops working.

    For me, this is new and I wouldn't let this stop me from buying the printer. If it was my only printer, I would be extremely satisfied with it and would have to evaluate the toner subscription plan,. Seeing that is a secondary printer, to belong to a toner subscription plan would not pay off for me. In either case, to use the printer you have to have an account with HP.

    Apr 26, 2021 12:16
  • Review by Maclemoor, 8 out of 10
    Perfect size

    The size of the printer is a winner. Small enough to store and use in tiny offices. Set up is really simple. Mostly plug and play

    Wifi connection. App usage is strongly suggested. Black and white printers are great for simple prints and the printing is quick. The paper try hold a large amount of blank paper, so refills are far & few between. The ink cartridge is the only large thing about the printer but easy to remove & replace. Over all great compact printer with good printer quality.

    May 09, 2021 11:03
  • 9.0score
    18
    HP
    HP - LaserJet Pro MFP M227fdn Black-and-White All-In-One Laser Printer - White
    Description

    Achieve high-quality document handling for your business with this HP LaserJet Pro printer. It provides copying, scanning and faxing to meet your everyday printing needs. This compact HP LaserJet Pro printer fits easily into tight office spaces and automatically turns itself off and on to save energy.

    8 Features
  • Prints up to 30 ISO ppm* in black: To produce documents quickly.
  • Be sure you have the right cartridge: Enter your printer's model number into our Ink and Toner Finder to find compatible cartridges. Get started ›
  • 4-in-1 functionality: Copies, faxes, prints and scans to accommodate your business and personal needs.
  • 1200 dpi (dots per inch) for excellent print quality: Features medium resolution for producing sharp text, even at 6 points or fewer, and graphics with thin lines and curves.
  • 250-sheet input tray: Also includes a 100-sheet output tray. The 35-page automatic document feeder enables quick paper reloading.
  • 2-line LCD display: Simple to read and operate.
  • USB 2.0 port for simple connectivity: The high-speed USB 2.0 port offers a standard connection to your PC or a simple way to plug in and print with a USB drive, camera or other device.
  • Built-in duplex printing: Print on both sides of the page without turning it over manually to minimize your printing costs and help the environment.
  • 8 Most Useful Reviews
  • Review by Jack, 8 out of 10
    More Buttons Please

    I bought this All-In-One device for a relative with poor eye sight. The unit still has buttons so she is able to us it. The interface is easy enough for her to use due to the tactile feed back provided by the membrane buttons. The LCD screen is nearly unreadable for her without use of a magnifying glass but that was to be expected. I bought this for her because she doesn't do a lot of high volume printing/copying and the ink in the inkjet she had was constantly drying out. I would recommend this printer to individuals with low sight and wish that there were more products with buttons and dials instead of smooth touch screen interfaces.

    Sep 22, 2018 08:52
  • Review by oochow69, 10 out of 10
    Very nice product

    Is made very well. The only thing that's different is that the drum and toner are 2 separate units now. So beware when ordering cunsumables.

    Jun 19, 2017 07:09
  • Review by Josie, 8 out of 10
    Description is inaccurate

    This printer is advertised as ‘All in One’ which leads one to assume it is wireless, which it is not. And nowhere does the description emphasize that fact. Also I wish it included a book manual with simple directions/instructions rather than have to navigate a web site to answer basic questions.

    May 22, 2020 17:59
  • Review by Dean, 10 out of 10
    Love HP

    Always choose HP products, Hp products have longer service time than others.

    Nov 07, 2020 19:15
  • Review by TimDrake, 10 out of 10
    It Prints

    This is so nice to have a quality laser printer that also scans and copies.

    Apr 24, 2020 15:28
  • Review by JohnG, 10 out of 10
    No more inkjet cartridges for me!

    I had a laser printer back in the 90s that unfortunately stopped feeding from the paper tray, so I replaced it with an all-in-one inkjet, but I got tired of paying for cartridges, or having cartridges dry out before empty. The price for this was excellent, connected it to my network, ran the setup and it showed right up on my network. Prints fast, works great!

    Sep 10, 2021 19:59
  • Review by Tampagirl, 8 out of 10
    Capable printer

    Use at my remote off. So far so good. Its real test will take more use.

    Apr 13, 2018 20:58
  • Review by tonkaboy1202, 10 out of 10
    Good home office printer

    Easy setup, fast response printing. good value. Good fit for home office.

    Apr 17, 2021 14:57
  • 9.0score
    19
    HP
    HP - OfficeJet Pro 8035e Wireless All-In-One Inkjet Printer with up to 12 months of Instant Ink Included with HP+ - Basalt
    Description

    The HP OfficeJet Pro 8035e delivers increased productivity with fast speeds and custom mobile shortcuts. It includes the optional HP+ Smart Printing System that keeps itself up to date, secure, and ready to print from virtually anywhere at any time. Optional HP+ system requires an HP account, internet connection, and use of only Original HP Ink for the life of the printer.

    9 Features
  • Best for small businesses and home offices: Print professional-quality color documents like forms, reports, brochures and presentations
  • Key features: Fast color print, copy, scan and fax, plus 2-sided printing, mobile and wireless printing, an auto document feeder, and print from USB
  • HP+ Smart Printing System: The optional HP+ system enables your printer to think ahead so it's more secure, more productive and ready when you are. Requires an HP account, internet connection and use of only Original HP Ink for the life of the printer.
  • Up to 12 months of Instant Ink & an extra year of HP warranty: when you activate optional HP+ and Instant Ink when setting up your printer. Only with HP+.
  • Fast print speeds: Print up to 20 pages per minute in black and 10 pages per minute in color
  • Dual band Wi-Fi: Self-healing Wi-FiTM automatically detects and resolves connection issues
  • HP Smart app: Print, scan and copy from your phone—from anywhere. Get advanced features for 24 months with HP+.
  • Security essentials: Protect sensitive data with basic encryption, password protection, Wi-Fi security and document protection. Get enhanced cloud-based security features with HP+.
  • Ink delivered before you run out: Never run out of ink with an optional Instant Ink subscription. Up to 12 months included with HP+. Credit card required; change or cancel anytime.
  • 8 Most Useful Reviews
  • Review by Marvlus, 10 out of 10
    Nice!

    This printer IS an all in one. I can print from anywhere, scan to my computer, and copy.

    So what's different than any other all in one you ask. 1) touch screen navigation 2) true color representation 3) does it pretty fast.

    I'm in school, online and have to print off a ton of reading material (yea I'm ole school - see it, touch it, feel it), it's great that I don't have to wait forever until its finished. Loading paper is very easy, the arm on the paper tray can be retracted when not needed.

    I haven't tried pictures or card stock yet, but I'm fairly sure that this Pro will come through .

    May 27, 2019 19:13
  • Review by ToniH, 10 out of 10
    Great Printer

    Love this printer! I’m a Travel Agent and ship gifts to my client all the time. With this printer I’m able to make labels for my gifts bags, print shipping labels and travel documents all in one. Plus it connects to all my devices (iPhone and MacBook). My purchase came with 12 months free ink! I haven’t even ran out of ink yet and HP has sent me replacements.

    Aug 20, 2021 19:32
  • Review by JamexRZ, 10 out of 10
    Fast, easy to use and great quality prints!

    Great SOHO all in one printer. Its fast and does everything you want, prints, copies, scans, faxes documents in black or color.

    It was extremely easy to setup, just turn on, open the inner door, and then install each one of the included inks (3 for color and one black), afterwards it will ask you to print an alignment page which you then have it scan so it can tune up the printer heads. Afterwards, you can finish the setup either on a PC by downloading the HP smart app from the windows app store or you can do it also on your phone downloading the same app from your phone’s app store. I chose to do it with my PC, it will detect the printer and then ask you to enter your Wi-Fi credentials, so the printer connects to your network. Then you can create a HP account (or if you already have one login) and then it will automatically give you an extra year of warranty and 12 months of free ink replacement!! (it does it in the form of 6 months free and then gives you $30 credit, which is worth another 6 months), you do have to enter a credit card info (does not charge you, however it’s needed for when the 12 month free period ends, then it will auto ship you ink, and you can choose your plan, and the great thing is it does it based on printed pages.

    The printer is amazingly fast, and I love the dual sided print feature, that makes me save so much on paper! Blacks are inky black, and colors are vibrant and defined (paper quality also matters here, so get a quality ink printer paper).

    I love that the scanner/copy feature has two ways to do it, either with the traditional scanner flat bed, or it also has an auto feeder tray, so you do not have to do one paper at the time, it automatically feeds the scanner/copier. It also has fax port; however, I have not tried it yet, I have not had the need to fax something, but I am sure it is like any other fax machine.

    Just an FYI, on my initial setup, the printer downloaded a firmware update and upon restart the HP smart app on my PC would not recognize the printer anymore, and then the printer on screen display would keep saying I had to finish setup, which I had done already, it would not let me print anything due this. I battled it out a hole night, doing a factory reset, re setting up the printer and nothing. I gave up. However, then next morning I decided to try it out again (I had unplugged it for the night) and I plugged it back again and everything was back to normal. So, I think unplugging it and plugging it back again made ok after the update, so If you have this same issue, remember to restart it like that after you see a firmware update (make sure it finishes it completely, do not interrupt it!).

    May 06, 2021 23:32
  • Review by Bruce, 10 out of 10
    Fantastic Printer

    Love the printer!!! It was very easy to set up, and connect to our laptops. I love the wireless connection and the features that this printer has. It’s perfect for what our needs are. The quality of print is excellent!

    Oct 16, 2021 08:24
  • Review by Soraida, 10 out of 10
    Perfect printer

    It’s just like a office printer it’s does a whole lot

    Oct 10, 2021 17:44
  • Review by Quincy0980, 10 out of 10
    Printing from everywhere!

    HP Office-jet Pro 8035 All-in One Printer is a smart and easy printer to use. I have had many printers over the years and this printer is without a doubt the easiest one I’ve ever set up.

    Out of the box all I had to was follow a link in the instructions on my IPhone or computer and download the HP printer app. Once downloaded the App walks you through the setup process. The printer can be setup through a standard printer cable directly to your computer, Network cable or wirelessly for multiple users to use.

    This is a full service printer with printing, scanning, copying and is even Alexa enabled. It has a clear fairly large LED touch screen to work the scanner, copy functions, view ink levels and other setup tools. As a bonus it includes free 8 months of Insta Ink which is great.

    The print quality is excellent and very quick and is the best HP home office printer I have ever had.

    May 22, 2019 14:27
  • Review by vacuum, 10 out of 10
    love it!!! worth the buy

    i love this printer , i love the fact that it has fax .. and i like that you can print from your phone with the hp app

    Jul 02, 2021 15:38
  • Review by GrandmaT, 10 out of 10
    Great piece of office equipment

    Other equipment broke, so bought this one and very satisfied with it.

    Mar 13, 2020 17:48
  • 9.0score
    20
    HP
    HP - LaserJet Pro MFP M428fdw Black-and-White All-In-One Laser Printer - White
    Description

    Winning in business means working smarter. This HP LaserJet Pro MFP M428fdw is designed to let you focus your time where it's most effective, helping you grow your business and staying ahead of the competition.Prints up to 38 ISO ppm* in black

    13 Features
  • Prints up to 38 ISO ppm* in black: Produces documents quickly.
  • Be sure you have the right cartridge: Enter your printer's model number into Ink and Toner Finder to find compatible cartridges. Get started ›
  • Ideal for high-volume printing: This laser printer handles large volumes quickly and at a low cost per page. Toner (powder) is used instead of ink, so you get smudge-free images and text.
  • Wireless and mobile printing capability: Connect computers or devices easily with built-in Wi-Fi. You can also print from your mobile device and select online cloud services with Canon's free mobile printing app or Apple® AirPrint.**
  • Apple® AirPrint enabled: You can use it for Apple iPad® and iPhone® printing.**
  • Compatible toner: This printer works with HP 58A (CF258A) and HP 58X (CF258X) toners.
  • Print speed: It prints up to 38 ISO ppm* in black. First page out: as fast as 6 seconds in black.
  • Page yield: The preinstalled HP LaserJet toner cartridge yields up to 3,000 pages.
  • Up to 4800 x 600 dpi (dots per inch) resolution in black: High resolution allows producing incredible quality and detail in documents.
  • Large paper trays for high-volume printing and copying: Reload less often with a 350-sheet input capacity and 150-sheet output bin. Copy, scan, or fax multiple pages easily with a 50-sheet automatic document feeder.
  • 2.7" CGD (Color Graphics Display) touch screen: Use the intuitive touch screen to print, store files, and access business apps directly from your printer.
  • Three USB ports for simple connectivity: High-speed USB 2.0 ports offer a standard connection to your PC or a simple way to plug in and print from a USB drive, camera, or other devices.
  • Dynamic Security: This printer uses dynamic security, which may be updated periodically by firmware updates. The printer is intended to be used solely with cartridges using an original HP chip. Cartridges using a non‐HP chip may not function or may cease to function.
  • 8 Most Useful Reviews
  • Review by YourMainDude, 2 out of 10
    Big Disappointment...

    Having a vast amount of experience with HP printing devices over the years, I can confidently state that potential purchasers should try to avoid this product for a while. HP is known for clunky software/firmware implementation and there are vast resources available which can be read online & support this historical context.

    Immediately upon setting up my printer, I went through the steps of installing the various software packages available on their support website. There's what is called a "Full" package, there are "Universal" and "Basic" driver packages as well. HP installation routines will commonly crash or become stuck with no apparent reason. To compound the issues further - that I faced - the internal printing mechanism produced some horrendous sounds when it went through it's initial 'power-up' sequences for the very first time. I heard what sounded like some extreme mechanical collisions or slamming.

    Once I ran through several install/uninstall attempts I was finally able to get the printer to work properly utilizing the "Universal" driver package. Printing, scanning, copying and communication to the MFP's internal configuration all appeared somewhat normal. I did perform a firmware update along the way but this new firmware didn't fix any of the error codes I experienced.

    When I queried the "event log" of the printer (through an Ethernet connection), I discovered critical failure notifications. I've attached the screen shot of what I first observed. I also receive consistent error messages that the printer is out-of-paper at the end of print jobs. Something is terribly amiss here. I've attached a screen capture of that as well.

    HP Smart is an application that will automatically install in the background of a Windows 10 machine, and this software will not only provide error messages and configuration settings - but it also links into something called the HP print & scan doctor. Essentially a self help diagnostic app. The HP Smart app is a prime mover in the popping up 'out-of-paper' notifications in the Win 10 notification tray.

    I do have some good things to say about this printer.

    It's faster than the M426 generation and looks to employ more power saving and toner saving feature controls than it's predecessors. Perceived sound can be highly subjective but my particular unit seems much louder than older HP MFP's I've used. Perhaps this is related to some internal, mechanical issues.

    The Good:

    Faster and noticeably more precise toner application - translated - clearer printing.

    Compact in overall size & work space footprint.

    The Bad:

    Poor software implementation and a tedious installation experience.

    Louder in operation.

    False positives with the consistent, out of paper error messages.

    Prone to "Fuser Drive (internal hardware) 50.04.00 Errors".

    I can not recommend the HP - LaserJet Pro MFP M428fdw printer at the present time.

    Jul 19, 2019 12:19
  • Review by Leslietherunner, 10 out of 10
    HP B&W printer comes through again... five stars!

    First off, I love HP and its products. They are usually dependable and this one was no different. From the purchase to the setup (of course, I casually glanced at the directions), it only took 10 minutes to have it up and running. I was printing pages shortly after that. I love that it can scan, fax, and read from a USB thumbdrive. It was an upgrade from a previous HP that I had and I could not be happier. I love the sleek design and simple "footprint" that it has... it can set anywhere in a smaller apartment or in a corner of a home office. HP (so far) has proven to be a sturdy, reliable, and affordable option to home printing. Enjoy it.

    Mar 08, 2021 09:03
  • Review by GJim, 8 out of 10
    A good work-horse laser

    I purchased this for a laser-foil process. I can print almost any design on some papers and leather and then laminate foil onto the design.

    Aug 08, 2020 02:47
  • Review by Homealone, 10 out of 10
    Hard to fine

    This was the one and only printer I wanted

    Best Buy had with a good price.

    Feb 06, 2021 07:55
  • Review by Derek, 10 out of 10
    Great, great, office printer

    The LaserJet Pro MFP M428fdw is surprisingly compact for being capable of so much. I was expecting a huge box, but when it arrived I was pleasantly surprised by the small footprint. Setup was easy. I used the printer's touchscreen to set up a wifi connection (a USB connection could also be used). It connected easily to my internet, and my mobile devices saw it immediately as a printer on the network. I printed documents from an iPad and an Android phone, and that was before I did the PC setup! Loved the connectivity. There is an option if you are an IT person and want to set the printer up for an office environment to do so. Since I am using this in my personal office, I did not try setting up the office environment option.

    I went to HP's site and downloaded the PC software, including the scanning tool. What's great about this, the printer can scan two-sided documents via the auto-feeder and send them to any computer that you have the scanning software installed on, as well as handheld devices. I tried this with several documents, and only had one glitch where I had to power the printer off and then back on because the scanner locked up. The restart corrected the issue, and I haven't had one since.

    I love the fact that this unit can print two-sided copies as fast as other units I have had that only print one side. I printed a 17-page peer-review on leadership studies in less than 7 seconds (double-sided). Simply impressive! Print quality was outstanding. I had several other folks send docs to be printed. Both the Macs and the Windows PC's we tested found the printer on my network immediately and printed to it without having to do anything special.

    I tested the fax component of the machine (yes, people do still actually use those...) by faxing a 6-page document to my workplace fax machine and then back. No issues getting dial-tone, no issues sending the fax, and I set it up to print me a success page after it was sent.

    In an office environment, or even if you need a high-speed, quality printer at home to scan, fax and print double-sided black and white copies, you can't do much better than this HP. I can't think of an all-in-one printer that I have liked as much as this one, thus the 5-star review. Highly recommended!

    Jul 15, 2019 17:08
  • Review by phoenixfta, 6 out of 10
    Fast and complicated

    HP is my go-to company for printers, and sometimes, scanners. The MFP M428fdw is a fast, very good quality printer, scanner and fax machine. I didn’t test the fax because...who is faxing?

    The build quality is high and it seems robust enough for home, SoHo and small office environments.

    Scanning and printing are fast, with very good quality.

    Downsides? The app you download has struggled with connectivity for me. This may not be the same for you, depending on your WiFi and OS situation. I’m running Windows 10 Pro over a WiFi sub network of our core Ethernet network.

    The unit is attractive, quick, quiet and I’m not raving about it, but I will recommend the product.

    Aug 10, 2019 01:36
  • Review by MGoose, 10 out of 10
    Great Connected All In One

    This is a great printer and scanner. The HP Smart App works perfectly with this printer and I love scanning things to my phone using the app.

    It is black and white only and the paper tray is letter only (you have to manually feed longer sheets). I also had issues with scale when printing from my phone using the native Apple print function (easily fixed by printing from the HP app).

    This printer is very compact for everything it does. It has a slower quiet mode, but it is already much quieter than my other printer in normal mode. It also is very nice looking and I had no issues with using the touch screen.

    A USB cable is included and a phone line for the fax. I didn’t need them thanks to being able to print wirelessly and scan using my phone. It also has a USB port for a thumbdrive.

    I would definitely recommend this multifunction printer based on the app and ease of use.

    Jul 21, 2019 23:23
  • Review by JamexRZ, 10 out of 10
    Everything you need for a small/home office!

    I've been looking for a laser printer that would not break the bank for lots of printing on a small home office. Finally found it!

    Box was a little heavy, but the printer feels compact and solid. It has a scanner, printer fax. They even included the necessary toner to start printing. Setup was easy. Make sure you have an internet connection, because the software has to be downloaded. But after doing so, the install was easy, I was able to set it up with my wifi network and now I can print from anywhere.

    Print quality is great, as expected from a laser printer and fast. I just looked around and the replacement toners are around $59 to $79, but they last long. The LCD screen was big and easy to read, even for my aging eyes!

    I highly recommend this all in one for anyone with a small office/home office!

    Jul 18, 2019 14:25
  • 9.0score
    21
    HP
    HP - LaserJet Pro MFP M29W Wireless Black-and-White All-In-One Laser Printer - White
    Description

    Upgrade office supplies with this HP LaserJet Pro printer. Its compact size easily fits into offices where space is a premium, and the HP Smart app boosts productivity by letting you scan, print and order supplies through compatible smartphones. This HP LaserJet Pro printer creates up to 19 pages per minute so you can complete tasks quickly.Prints up to 19 ISO ppm* in black

    12 Features
  • Prints up to 19 ISO ppm* in black: Produces documents quickly.
  • Ink and Toner Finder: Enter your printer's model number into HP's Ink and Toner Finder to find compatible cartridges. Get started ›
  • Ideal for high-volume printing: This laser printer handles large volumes quickly and at a low cost per page. Toner (powder) is used instead of ink, so you get smudge-free images and text.
  • Wireless and mobile printing capability: Connect this printer with built-in Ethernet or wireless LAN. Plus, print from your mobile device with Apple AirPrint™, Google Cloud Print 2.0, Wi-Fi Direct or HP Smart App.
  • Toner Family Number: HP 44A Original Black (EMEA); HP 48A Original Black (ROW); HP 47A Original Black (CH/IN); LaserJet Toner Cartridge CF244A (EMEA); LaserJet Toner Cartridge CF248A (ROW); LaserJet Toner Cartridge CF247A (CH/IN).
  • Fast print speed: Provides fast print speed in black: ISO, A4 up to 18 ppm and ISO, letter up to 19 ppm.
  • 500-page yield for comfortable work: With HP original black LaserJet toner cartridge.
  • 600 dpi (dots per inch) for good print quality: Sufficient resolution for producing good quality documents.
  • Standard paper handling: 150-sheet input and 100-sheet output capacity.
  • 1.0" Icon LCD graphic display: Easily input commands for printing, copying and scanning directly from the printer.
  • One USB port for simple connectivity: One high-speed USB 2.0 port offers a standard connection to your PC.
  • More copy and scan solutions: Automatically copy documents, scan documents to your computer or directly to e-mail and more.
  • 8 Most Useful Reviews
  • Review by Hammer, 10 out of 10
    Fast and Compact Laser Printer

    Fast and compact wireless multi-function laser printer. It is easy to print from with Apple iOS, Apple OS X, and Windows 10. The scanner works with Windows 10 over wireless. Only thing to note is that the printed paper has a curl to it.

    Jan 30, 2021 16:03
  • Review by StarMan63, 10 out of 10
    Works great, very easy setup!

    It may be on the small side, but it does everything it’s supposed to, at an affordable price. Nice quality printing, easy to setup and use wirelessly. Prints from my phone just as easy from my laptop. Need to make a copy or scan something no problem, easy peasy! Oh, did I mention that it comes with a toner cartridge that’s a sample but you can print like 500 sheets or more! HP has got your back if you should have any questions or not sure how to use a certain function. HP is just a click away to set things straight.

    Aug 06, 2021 16:34
  • Review by Sergio, 10 out of 10
    Simple and easy printer

    Works great! I've been using this for about 2 weeks now and I haven't encountered any problems. Setup was easy as well. I was able to install the printer using the app they tell you to use and was able to install the printer without the app, so everything has been printing wirelessly, especially since I'm still working from home. I read that when some customers print, the paper would slide back into the paper tray. There's a little paper tray for the paper when you print. The ink they provided also has ink.

    May 03, 2021 15:15
  • Review by Twylyghtbay, 2 out of 10
    HPs Instructions are useless. Still can’t use it.

    I’m hoping eventually I’ll be able to us my Android phone and the HP printer app to direct the printer to copy or scan. My son came over and finally connected it to my WiFi. I thought about returning it but the next available laser jet printer was beyond my price range. Currently it prints a copy of the bottom half of the page on the bottom and top of the printed page. The copy posted had a riddle on the top of the page for my Grandson to practice cursive writing. Not certain how this option would ever be useful, but so far that’s the only way the laser jet has worked. If I can’t correct the issues soon it will be returned. I’d really Ike to have a printer that’s easy to use. The pages that have copied arrived amazingly fast and clear. Seems to be a great printer if it would just copy, print and scan the items needed.

    May 23, 2020 00:31
  • Review by Georgia, 10 out of 10
    Great printer for beginners like me

    Awesome! It is exactly what I was looking for. Easy to use it. Excellent and fast. Reasonable price

    Aug 16, 2019 18:45
  • Review by Unsatisfied, 2 out of 10
    Waste of money

    It over heats and glass broke on scanner within a week of having it

    Feb 01, 2020 04:18
  • Review by MikeAKACheffy, 10 out of 10
    Excellent little printer

    Excellent little printer/all ion one! Nice size, quick and pretty quite. Easy set up and install and use, home office or personal. FYI - NOT color = B/W only

    Apr 16, 2021 15:52
  • Review by Leticia, 10 out of 10
    Easy to instal and great printer for home.

    Have to be there to get the copies, otherwise the paper fall in to the paper to print and go to the printer again and again. Making a loop.

    Jul 15, 2019 17:50
  • 9.0score
    22
    HP
    HP - LaserJet M209dwe Wireless Black-and-White Laser Printer with 6 months of Toner through HP+ - White & Slate
    Description

    With fast print speeds and precision two-sided printing, the HP LaserJet M209dwe is perfect for small businesses printing black & white forms, reports and business documents. It includes the HP+ Smart Printing System that keeps itself up to date, secure, and ready to print from virtually anywhere at any time. As part of the connected HP+ system, this printer only works with Original HP Toner and requires an HP account and internet connection.

    9 Features
  • Best for small businesses and home offices: Print, scan and copy high-quality black & white docs like forms, reports and business documents
  • Fast two-sided printing: Black & white precision laser printing plus scan, copy, an auto document feeder and wireless connectivity
  • HP+ Smart Printing System: HP+ enables your printer to think ahead so it's more secure, more productive and ready when you are. As part of the connected HP+ system, this printer only works with Original HP Toner and requires an HP account and internet connection.
  • 6 free months of Instant Ink & an extra year of HP warranty: This HP+ printer comes with an extra year of HP warranty and an optional 6 free months of Instant Ink for laser printers.
  • Fast print speeds: Print up to 30 pages per minute single-sided, up to 19 pages per minute two-sided
  • Dual band Wi-Fi: With self-reset that automatically detects and resolves connectivity issues.
  • HP Smart app: Print, scan and copy from your phone—from anywhere.7 Get advanced features for 24 months with HP+.
  • Strong security: Built-in security features help protect your printer from potential attacks, plus get enhanced cloud-based security features with HP+
  • Toner delivered before you run out: Never run out of toner9 with an optional Instant Ink subscription for laser printers. Try free for 6 months with HP+. Credit card required; change or cancel anytime
  • 8 Most Useful Reviews
  • Review by MrGadget, 10 out of 10
    Workhorse HP B&W Laser Printer At A Mini Price

    HP LaserJet M209dwe is a wireless black-and-white laser printer that includes six months of toner through subscription with HP, and is priced at $150 from Best Buy. Features include a small footprint, up to 30 ppm, 600 dpi output, dual-band Wi-Fi, built-in duplexer, a monthly duty cycle of up to 20,000 pages and up to 150-sheet input tray.

    **WHAT’S IN THE BOX**

    • Printer, power cord, starter toner cartridge for up to about 700 pages

    • Quick start guide, warranty

    **THE SETUP**

    Like all modern name-brand printers, setup is simple and seamless across computers and mobile devices.

    NOTE – This model does not include an ADF (Automatic Document Feeder). If needed, opt for the higher-level HP Printer with a 40-page ADF and the same 20,000 monthly duty cycle, LaserJet M234sdwe, $200.

    Setup is through a smartphone (with downloaded HP Smart app). Printer sharing across the network and high-quality scanning is though the HP Smart app. Share to email, Google Drive, Dropbox or the cloud from anywhere where your device has signal.

    Absent are a display and a glass platen on which to place documents for scanning and the ability to act as a copier. This is a PRINTER, not a copier, scanner or fax. More on this later.

    Following the quick start, I added it to my Wi-Fi. Software found the printer, asked if I wanted to add it in my existing HP app and so on. To those new to HP, it will be just as simple.

    All devices are now set up to access this new printer, allowing its placement in the most convenient location. Adding users is easy.

    Amazon Alexa compatibility is also built in by launching the Alexa mobile app and linking the mobile HP app account.

    For those without an existing HP account, the final step is to create one, including a credit card with billing information. Without it, the printer will not operate through the HP app nor will the owner be able to set up HP+ ink program.

    Six months of free toner is available with activation of HP+. This requires a credit card and can be cancelled at any time. When the printer’s supplies monitor senses toner running low to about 20%, the user is automatically sent a free replacement cartridge based on printing up to 1500 pages per month. After the trial period, users are eligible to purchase genuine HP toner cartridges at up to 50% off retail cost, or cancel and find replacement toner without this program. Activation also includes a 2-year extended warranty.

    **PUT TO THE TEST**

    Once set up, and as expected, using this printer with its small footprint was a pleasure for everyone. From the time the print command was executed, the first sheet was produced in about 7 seconds from a cold start in sleep mode. Impressive. And it continued to crank out a series of double-sided 215-page tech manuals time after time. Now, THAT is impressive to watch.

    I continued to print in an effort to deplete the starter toner cartridge, triggering automatic replacement. After almost nonstop printing a total of 878 pages, of which 437 were duplex sheets (found in the Web-based printer page), the printer triggered a replacement cartridge to be sent, for which we were notified by email.

    Even without setting up the app, I was able to print from all our computers by adding this printer as any other would be added in settings. There was nothing to consciously download as both MacOS and Windows 10 had what was needed. The same was true when printing directly from mobile phones and iPad. From the pages I wanted to print, I did as always, sending selected pages to the printer and choosing one-sided or duplex.

    I printed documents from Windows and Mac computers, Android and Apple iPhones, using the standard protocols as well as through the Alexa app on mobile devices.

    For Android phones, this printer is also compatible with the Mopria protocols and app. Look up “Mopria Print Service” for more information.

    Need to copy, then print documents? Use the HP mobile app or built-in scanning options on your phone, then print to the HP. As a workaround, it works! If you need to do a lot of scanning, get a dedicated document scanner, many of which do a better, faster job than any consumer or small business targeted all-in-one printer.

    The HP Smart app is beautifully designed. From the main page, click Copy to use your smartphone camera to smart scan documents, auto-figuring borders, and then print. The Print Documents button pulls from the cloud or the phone, then prints. After setup, Mobile Fax provides in-app e-faxing right from your phone IF you have a phone line from which the document can show as the sender’s fax as I do. Camera Scan uses the smart phone camera to scan documents, or electronically scan existing files. And SO MUCH MORE.

    We have placed it next to our larger HP All-In-One color inkjet printer where it is now the default household printer. The cost to print each black and white page compared with the cost of color printing on our other HP is relatively small.

    **CONCLUSION**

    Incredibly reasonably priced, HP LaserJet M209dwe is as easy to set up and use as any I have encountered and its speedy, crisp 600 dpi black and white output is as good as any I have seen at even twice the price. While it lacks some features as detailed above, most notably a display and ADF, these omissions are forgiven due to the low cost. Besides, the missing display is not needed because everything required for printing is in the app. From desktop computers, printing is by the same method as any other printer. Send the document to the printer and print. This little workhorse is small enough to fit where others will not. If you want a little printer that will exceed your expectations at its price, buy this HP.

    **WARRANTY**

    HP two-year warranty.

    Apr 21, 2021 00:51
  • Review by BarackObama, 10 out of 10
    Simple yet Amazing Laser Printer!

    I own an HP InkJet printer and have always heard great things about laser printers. Not only do you get more prints out of them, but laser printers also print faster, produce sharper text, and you will not have to worry about ink drying out. As someone who usually only prints documents with text, this printer has been so far an excellent addition to my office.

    In the box, you get the printer, the cover tray, reference guide, and warranty information. The printer is surprisingly small and light which is excellent to move around for areas with limited space. Set-up can be done by downloading the HP Smart app on your phone or computer. Then all you would need to do is follow the on-screen instructions to complete your set-up. I had everything set-up in less than 15 minutes! Both phone and PC applications had an easy-to-follow UI and seemed to integrate well with the printer.

    Note that this printer only prints black and white. As someone who only prints documents with text, this printer was perfect for me. Laser printers tend to print sharper text, and I can first hand say this is true. All the documents I printed out had sharp and clear text which made them stand out much more. The printer also prints vastly quicker compared to my InkJet which is perfect when printing multiple documents. This printer prints up to 29 pages per minute!

    This printer is also eligible for HP+. HP+ provides many benefits if you are printing daily. You get to enjoy an extra one year of extra warranty and 6 months of free toner. You can also save up to 50% off Instant Ink. Instant Ink delivers ink or toner to your door if your printer’s ink or toner is running low. You also get access to premium features in the HP smart app.

    In conclusion, this printer has been an exceptional addition to my office. I print mostly text documents and my documents have never looked better. The printer doesn’t take up much space which is great for smaller areas! The only thing I would’ve liked included on this printer is a digital screen but at this price point, I don’t mind the buttons. If you are looking for a new black and white printer that prints at amazing speeds and prints clearer text, this HP printer may be for you.

    Apr 27, 2021 22:05
  • Review by Phjilek36, 10 out of 10
    Great small business Duplexing b/w printer w/app

    The HP Smart app was something you can get from the Microsoft Store, and install that way, so no need for a CD drive to install.

    The instructions are pretty minimal, and shows some pictures of what to do, rather than a lengthy paragraph. Initial setup was slightly glitchy for me, and I had to unplug the printer and restart the process a couple times (including my computer), before both the computer & printer were able to recognize each other. This was in an office building, where we share the same wifi, which should not matter, but for whatever reason, the app and the printer were not recognizing the new printer. So if the app says it cannot find another printer, and you click the refresh button in the app when searching, restart your computer and printer. To get it to pair, you have to hold the wifi button and the X button until the lights illuminate, then it is in a pairing mode. If you click X or something else, the lights turn off, and you cannot get it to re-search for a network, as you must now unplug it and start over. It has dual-band WiFi with Self-Reset, so it is fast, once connected and will reconnect if issues arise with your router/wifi.

    NOTE: Disconnect from any VPN that you may be on. It will not recognize the local wireless network if you are on a VPN. This was not my issue, but it does say this as a requirement.

    The dimensions are 8” tall and 14” wide, and 16 ¾” deep (including the input paper tray.

    This monochromatic (i.e. black/grey) printer is pretty quick, clear (600x600 resolution), and holds up to 150 pages to print on, but only holds 100 printed pages. Not sure why they did that, but 100 pages is still a lot of pages. I cant remember the last time I printed more than 100 pages without going to take them out of the printer. The 1st page takes 7 seconds to print (single sided). It is a really fast duplexing printer as well. My other canon printer takes longer to print than this one.

    The toner says it will last for about 1500 pages per month. I have not hit that yet, but I believe they rate it on typical printing of word documents, and not large images. Once you are getting to 20% of black toner remaining, HP will automatically send you more ink/toner. That is actually pretty nice. You get the ink delivered for up to 50% less than retail price. So if you dread the “I have to spend a ton of money to buy more ink,” this will help on your budget and peace of mind. You have to add a credit card to enroll in the HP Instant Ink. This model is supposed to be using 20% less energy than the previous model, and more than prior models before that.

    HP+ printer comes with a 6-month subscription of free toner with HP Instant ink, as well as a 2-yr extended HP warranty, after you activate an HP+ account. The account is required to be set up, before you can start printing anything. I wanted to do 4.5 stars because of the requirement for setting up an account, but I see the benefits of having the account, when it comes to the included additional features. I just wish it would not be required to register your information, if you don't want to, but if you ARE required to, in order to use the printer for what you bought it for. You cannot print a page until you register and set up an account. Yes, you get a free 6-mo ink subscription, but that should be an add-on feature, not a requirement. You also get 24 months of advanced HP Smart app features, as well as an additional 1-year of HP warranty. That 24 months includes the ability to send mobile faxing, which is kind nice if you are a newer business and don’t have a fax machine. No need to buy a fax machine if you have the HP App.

    Printing from your phone is another option, using the HP Smart App. I have Google drive and Microsoft OneDrive, so I can open and print from my phone. What is a great freebie is the scan functionality in the HP Phone App. Google has a similar scan feature, but the HP Smart App has the ability to scan and send directly to the printer. It allows you to crop and skew the image, if you don’t take a picture directly flat/parallel to the item you are scanning. I can save it as a PDF or image, and it will auto/manually crop to the edge of the document. So scanning a signed document is quick and easy. The app allows you to email/save to cloud/etc once you scan it (take a photo of a document).

    The HP LaserJet M209dwe uses an HP 134A Black Toner Cartridge. 1 is provided for you, in the box.

    May 25, 2021 11:52
  • Review by DJSmooth, 8 out of 10
    Beautiful Laser Printer w/ 6mo HP+

    Overall

    Amazing printer/copy machine—an excellent basic small (home) office product. Like all other wireless capable smart featured HP printers, the HP Smart app is a requirement. Not only for connecting the printer the first time but also for its mobile features, especially with a printer like this that doesn’t offer a scanner. But once set up it seems to pop up as an active network printer on all my Windows computers. That said, the HP Smart app adds several camera scanning options such as mobile fax and camera scan.

    Not much on the actual unit in terms of user interface. There’s 4 buttons, power, X (cancel), Feed (downward arrow), and ! (Information) On the back you have your typical Ethernet jack and USB Type B interface. The paper jam removal points are a bit oddly placed. On the bottom just before the feed rollers there's a small notch, press and release the tray. The second is along the back, shift a slider and drop the door. But after sending a print to the scanner with the door open I noticed the paper path is not along this door. The internal cover, which is not removable, conceals that path. Pressing the ! button reveals that the printer is connected to internet while it throws a message at the very top saying it isn’t.

    Pros:

    Relatively easy setup. Pairing to a mobile phone/tablet Android or iOS is extremely straightforward and just works as long as you’re on the same network.

    WiFi direct makes things far simpler as long as you are within the printers range. Just connect to its SSID using the pin it prints when you press the “!” button.

    Solid construction.

    High quality speedy prints for every type of file. Document, web page, and pictures.

    Cons:

    The paper tray comes with an odd 2 piece design. The top piece clips in and covers the top and sides while the back is left completely open. I thought enclosed trays were meant to keep dust out.

    Apr 30, 2021 10:23
  • Review by ERN52, 10 out of 10
    An Absolutely Fine Laser Printer

    HP - LaserJet M209dwe Wireless Black-and-White Laser Printer

    I received this printer not sure whether I would like it or not. Well, if all needed to print was black and white documents I would give it ten stars. I do have a Multi Purpose Laser Printer that copies, scans and prints in color so the M209dwe is second string.

    I have been using Laser Printers since the HP 2P or for approximately 20 years. The M209dwe is really a great printer and an exceptional value.

    Positives

    Very light weight - easy to move if needed

    Very small footprint - doesn't need a lot space

    Wireless - connects easily to the network

    Fast Printer even when duplex printing

    Negatives

    Not really anything

    A side note

    HP offers this printer with 6 months of printer toner. In doing so you have to have a HP account and HP seems to track pages printed. At the end of 6 months, HP begins its subscription service for toner which you select a plan when you install the printer. You can opt out of the prescription service before the 6 months, but once you do that the toner cartridge will discontinue working and you would have to purchase your own toner cartridge. Kind of quirky but depending on how much printing you do might dictate whether you would want to continue with the subscription. For myself, I doubt if my printing volume would be enough to justify the prescription. This subscription package should not stop anyone from buying this printer.

    Apr 26, 2021 19:12
  • Review by Jason, 8 out of 10
    Compact, powerful, high quality and secured

    This is a compact, beautiful, high print quality, fast, wireless, duplex home and office laser printer. Supports 2.4Ghz and 5Ghz wifi. HP+ is very convenient because toner will be shipped to you on demand automatically and the cost depends on your printing volume. HP+ is not mandatory but with HP+, you get 2 years warranty and 6 months free printing up to 1500 pages per month during the 6 months. Every device printing to this printer must have HP Smart app installed, signed in and online. The app maybe occasionally slow however printing has no delay. It has the Require Private Pickup option where files will only be printed when the user confirms their proximity to the printer, very secured.

    May 01, 2021 17:32
  • Review by ERN52, 10 out of 10
    HP M-209dw A truly wonderful Laser Printer

    Hewlett-Packard M-209e

    I have been using Laser printers since the HP 2P, so I am guessing that's around 20 years. This printer is not my only Laser Printer. I also have a multi-function color laser that prints, copies and scans.

    The M-209dw basically performs one function very well - it prints black and white documents.

    PROS

    Light - Small Footprint -Surprisingly Fast - Duplexes -

    Has an Ethernet Port

    CONS

    The documentation is almost non-existent.

    I have not found a USB port.

    My final statement is about the 6 months free printing that HP states comes with this printer. It comes with an apparently special toner cartridge only works if you sign up for a toner plan. If you use this printer to print many pagers on a regular basis, it may pay off. When you register the printer, HP guides you to select a laser toner renewal subscription. You can opt out but the cartridge that comes with the printer stops working.

    For me, this is new and I wouldn't let this stop me from buying the printer. If it was my only printer, I would be extremely satisfied with it and would have to evaluate the toner subscription plan,. Seeing that is a secondary printer, to belong to a toner subscription plan would not pay off for me. In either case, to use the printer you have to have an account with HP.

    Apr 26, 2021 12:16
  • Review by Maclemoor, 8 out of 10
    Perfect size

    The size of the printer is a winner. Small enough to store and use in tiny offices. Set up is really simple. Mostly plug and play

    Wifi connection. App usage is strongly suggested. Black and white printers are great for simple prints and the printing is quick. The paper try hold a large amount of blank paper, so refills are far & few between. The ink cartridge is the only large thing about the printer but easy to remove & replace. Over all great compact printer with good printer quality.

    May 09, 2021 11:03
  • 9.0score
    23
    HP
    HP - LaserJet Pro MFP M29W Wireless Black-and-White All-In-One Laser Printer - White
    Description

    Upgrade office supplies with this HP LaserJet Pro printer. Its compact size easily fits into offices where space is a premium, and the HP Smart app boosts productivity by letting you scan, print and order supplies through compatible smartphones. This HP LaserJet Pro printer creates up to 19 pages per minute so you can complete tasks quickly.Prints up to 19 ISO ppm* in black

    12 Features
  • Prints up to 19 ISO ppm* in black: Produces documents quickly.
  • Ink and Toner Finder: Enter your printer's model number into HP's Ink and Toner Finder to find compatible cartridges. Get started ›
  • Ideal for high-volume printing: This laser printer handles large volumes quickly and at a low cost per page. Toner (powder) is used instead of ink, so you get smudge-free images and text.
  • Wireless and mobile printing capability: Connect this printer with built-in Ethernet or wireless LAN. Plus, print from your mobile device with Apple AirPrint™, Google Cloud Print 2.0, Wi-Fi Direct or HP Smart App.
  • Toner Family Number: HP 44A Original Black (EMEA); HP 48A Original Black (ROW); HP 47A Original Black (CH/IN); LaserJet Toner Cartridge CF244A (EMEA); LaserJet Toner Cartridge CF248A (ROW); LaserJet Toner Cartridge CF247A (CH/IN).
  • Fast print speed: Provides fast print speed in black: ISO, A4 up to 18 ppm and ISO, letter up to 19 ppm.
  • 500-page yield for comfortable work: With HP original black LaserJet toner cartridge.
  • 600 dpi (dots per inch) for good print quality: Sufficient resolution for producing good quality documents.
  • Standard paper handling: 150-sheet input and 100-sheet output capacity.
  • 1.0" Icon LCD graphic display: Easily input commands for printing, copying and scanning directly from the printer.
  • One USB port for simple connectivity: One high-speed USB 2.0 port offers a standard connection to your PC.
  • More copy and scan solutions: Automatically copy documents, scan documents to your computer or directly to e-mail and more.
  • 8 Most Useful Reviews
  • Review by Hammer, 10 out of 10
    Fast and Compact Laser Printer

    Fast and compact wireless multi-function laser printer. It is easy to print from with Apple iOS, Apple OS X, and Windows 10. The scanner works with Windows 10 over wireless. Only thing to note is that the printed paper has a curl to it.

    Jan 30, 2021 16:03
  • Review by StarMan63, 10 out of 10
    Works great, very easy setup!

    It may be on the small side, but it does everything it’s supposed to, at an affordable price. Nice quality printing, easy to setup and use wirelessly. Prints from my phone just as easy from my laptop. Need to make a copy or scan something no problem, easy peasy! Oh, did I mention that it comes with a toner cartridge that’s a sample but you can print like 500 sheets or more! HP has got your back if you should have any questions or not sure how to use a certain function. HP is just a click away to set things straight.

    Aug 06, 2021 16:34
  • Review by Sergio, 10 out of 10
    Simple and easy printer

    Works great! I've been using this for about 2 weeks now and I haven't encountered any problems. Setup was easy as well. I was able to install the printer using the app they tell you to use and was able to install the printer without the app, so everything has been printing wirelessly, especially since I'm still working from home. I read that when some customers print, the paper would slide back into the paper tray. There's a little paper tray for the paper when you print. The ink they provided also has ink.

    May 03, 2021 15:15
  • Review by Twylyghtbay, 2 out of 10
    HPs Instructions are useless. Still can’t use it.

    I’m hoping eventually I’ll be able to us my Android phone and the HP printer app to direct the printer to copy or scan. My son came over and finally connected it to my WiFi. I thought about returning it but the next available laser jet printer was beyond my price range. Currently it prints a copy of the bottom half of the page on the bottom and top of the printed page. The copy posted had a riddle on the top of the page for my Grandson to practice cursive writing. Not certain how this option would ever be useful, but so far that’s the only way the laser jet has worked. If I can’t correct the issues soon it will be returned. I’d really Ike to have a printer that’s easy to use. The pages that have copied arrived amazingly fast and clear. Seems to be a great printer if it would just copy, print and scan the items needed.

    May 23, 2020 00:31
  • Review by Georgia, 10 out of 10
    Great printer for beginners like me

    Awesome! It is exactly what I was looking for. Easy to use it. Excellent and fast. Reasonable price

    Aug 16, 2019 18:45
  • Review by Unsatisfied, 2 out of 10
    Waste of money

    It over heats and glass broke on scanner within a week of having it

    Feb 01, 2020 04:18
  • Review by MikeAKACheffy, 10 out of 10
    Excellent little printer

    Excellent little printer/all ion one! Nice size, quick and pretty quite. Easy set up and install and use, home office or personal. FYI - NOT color = B/W only

    Apr 16, 2021 15:52
  • Review by Leticia, 10 out of 10
    Easy to instal and great printer for home.

    Have to be there to get the copies, otherwise the paper fall in to the paper to print and go to the printer again and again. Making a loop.

    Jul 15, 2019 17:50
  • 9.0score
    24
    HP
    HP - ENVY Photo 7855 Wireless All-In-One Instant Ink Ready Inkjet Printer - Black
    Description

    Increase home office productivity with this HP ENVY all-in-one printer. It has a USB port and SD card slot for quick printing of colorful, borderless photos, and its dual-band Wi-Fi lets you print directly from your mobile device. The 2.7-inch touch screen of this HP ENVY all-in-one printer lets you configure options for printing, scanning, copying and faxing.

    16 Features
  • Prints up to 15 ISO ppm* in black, up to 10 ISO ppm* in color: To generate documents quickly.
  • Works with Amazon Alexa: Ask your compatible device (separate device required) to print custom shopping lists, to-do lists, as well as a variety of coloring activities and crossword puzzles.
  • Works with Google Assistant: Ask your compatible device (separate device required) to print your Google Calendar, templates for custom calendars and checklists, as well as select activities and word games.
  • Inkjet printers are best for home or small business use: They offer excellent print quality for photos and documents and accept a variety of paper types and sizes.
  • Wireless and mobile printing capability**: Connect this printer to your home or office network with built-in Ethernet or wireless LAN. Plus, print from your mobile device with the free HP ePrint app or Apple® AirPrint.
  • Apple® AirPrint enabled: For Apple iPad® and iPhone® printing.
  • Up to 4800 x 1200 dpi (dots per inch) color resolution: High resolution for producing incredible quality and detail in documents and photos.
  • HP Instant Ink: Original HP Ink ordered by your printer, delivered to your door.
  • 125-sheet input tray, 25-sheet standard tray and 35-sheet auto document feeder: Offer easy paper handling.
  • 2.65" CGD (color graphics display) touch screen: Use the intuitive touch screen to print, store files and access business apps** directly from the printer.
  • More connectivity options: Built-in memory card slot, USB 2.0 port and USB host let you simply plug in your memory card, USB drive, camera or other device and print.
  • Built-in duplex printing: Print on both sides of the page without turning it over manually, to minimize your printing costs and help the environment.
  • High resolution for clear copies: Up to 600 x 600 dpi in color and up to 300 x 300 dpi in black for clear, clean copies.
  • Flatbed scanner with 8.5" x 14" scan area and up to 1200 x 1200 dpi hardware (1200 dpi optical) resolution: To reproduce exact colors and large documents.
  • High-speed fax with 9.6 Kbps, 14.4 Kbps and 33.6 Kbps speeds: To meet your office needs. Suitable for color faxing to and from color fax machines.
  • Dynamic Security: This printer uses dynamic security, which may be updated periodically by firmware updates. The printer is intended to be used solely with cartridges using only original HP electronic circuitry.
  • 8 Most Useful Reviews
  • Review by Phjilek36, 8 out of 10
    High quality photo printer

    I got the HP ENVY Photo 7855 All-in-One Printer, and right out of the box, it comes with about (4) 4x6 photo papers and a black ink cartridge and a color ink cartridge. Eager to test out the true quality, I downloaded some very high definition jungle scene to show vibrant colors and sharp details. Oh it picked it up nicely, and didn't take as long as I thought it would.

    The 8 1/2 x 11 paper tray doesn't hold many pages, but if this is ONLY for photos, then I don't need to store many in there.

    It has many cool features, like print from SD card (which was very full and it wouldn't even pull up the photos from my DSLR camera. That's not very good. I was waiting and waiting and it never loaded. I tried to set up my email and have it scan and send to it, but I kept getting an error message "Server error: The printer could not connect to the web services. The server might be busy or temporarily unavailable. Please try again later."

    My wifi was connected quickly, and was actually easy to set up. It connected to my phone via Bluetooth and it pulled the wifi connection settings that way. Pretty slick, actually. I am able to print from my phone, and grab image from Facebook. Very convenient. There is an HP app (HP Smart) on Google Play. That connects to the printer via WiFi or Bluetooth. I can also print to this printer from outside my house. Not sure how often I would, but I could print a photo and have it ready when I come home.

    There are some apps like access to my Google Drive, within the printer, that you can use too. Unfortunately I couldn't connect to any.

    The scanner was really good. I put in a store printed photo, and did a scan of it, and it turned out very nicely. In the glare of the photo, I could see different levels of black/grey in the inkjet printed photo vs the store printed photo, but I have never seen a photo inkjet printer not do that.

    Overall, I was impressed. My specific printer has connection issues, but after trying it again several days later, still the same result. I'll have to exchange it for a different one, as I'm excited to use the apps and email myself scanned files.

    Aug 25, 2017 22:21
  • Review by Bjbenn, 6 out of 10
    HP Printer Upgrade Dissatisfaction

    Bought this Printer to replace older HP Printer Compact light printer with desirable functions Document feeder for scans, Fax ability, easy to set and use Problems I have encountered in the first month are inconsistency of availability of scanner function via the smartapp Usually have to do a hard start by shutting off computer and printer before it connects When I use scan function via app frequently get a scanner unavailable notice Printing is still functionable so connection seems to be good When I finally am able to scan Normal scan takes over 1 minute per page! MUCH slower than older printer When I edit scans changes not changed consistently or changed incorrectly Scan examples pictures attached Usually takes several attempts to get desired edits

    Oct 30, 2020 09:54
  • Review by Crystalyn, 10 out of 10
    My first printer ... bought for photos

    I love it! The first few months I get free ink per a certain amount of pages I print. I went ahead and opted in for the option of automatic mailed Ink when it senses the printer is low. Make sure you select the right option when printing your photo cause it sometimes defaults to the main tray. I use it even for documents, and regular work things. I am pleased with my purchase.

    Dec 30, 2019 18:04
  • Review by MakayalesReview, 10 out of 10
    My Review

    I have not stopped using this thing since purchased!!! Best investment ever!!! As a writer and artist this unit has a everything you need to carry out your graphic design needs from printing pages and artwork to sending submissions and emails with attachments right from the scanner. On top of that, I had tons of pics I never had developed to put up on my walls. You should see my place now!! Labels, pictures, storyline breakdowns... Everything is fast and at your fingertips. You can hook it via WiFi to your phone, laptop, desktop... I even got it linked to my smart tv

    May 10, 2021 15:23
  • Review by Anonymous, 10 out of 10
    Nearly perfect

    I love this printer. Everything about it (almost). It is VERY efficient and can do almost anything. I love how i can scan something and just sent it to my email. Connects very easily with the touch screen. Surprisingly easy on the tiny screen. It has only 1 flaw which may be a flaw in other printers, who knows. If you do not use your ink that much (I do not) the ink cartridges tend to be spotty at times. Cleaning them through the printer helps and so does manually but it can be a real pain. If your an everyday printer type of person especially with pictures then this is your baby. If not, its still your baby but just a little more grown i guess lol. hope this helps.

    Sep 03, 2021 19:30
  • Review by mvilla, 10 out of 10
    Love It

    Love this printer. I actually purchased this to upgrade from the previous HP that I had.

    Great printer. Also take advantage of the ink program. It worth it!

    Sep 21, 2019 09:22
  • Review by Bella, 10 out of 10
    Very easy set-up !

    I love it. Easy to set-up . coping is great, faxing is easy, the quality of the photo's is amazing.

    My greatgranddaughter just had a baby. The photographer could not be in the hospital because of covid.

    I made some photos and they came out great.

    Jul 10, 2020 16:58
  • Review by darek240, 8 out of 10
    Great printer

    I really like this printer

    the only big problem is to upload and set the program in my laptop a real nightmare

    Sep 27, 2019 17:04
  • 9.0score
    25
    HP
    HP - ENVY Photo 7155 Wireless All-In-One Instant Ink Ready Inkjet Printer with 5 Months Instant Ink Included - Black
    Description

    Upgrade your home office equipment with this HP Envy all-in-one printer. Its dual-band Wi-Fi support lets you print sharp, borderless photos directly from your mobile device, and the 2.7-inch color touch screen lets you configure options for printing, scanning and copying. This HP Envy all-in-one printer increases productivity as it delivers 14 ppm of black and white documents.

    16 Features
  • Prints up to 14 ISO ppm* in black, up to 9 ISO ppm* in color: To generate documents quickly.
  • Paper Sizes: Home printer paper sizes: letter, legal, 4x5 in, 4x6 in, 5x7 in, 8x10 in, No. 10 envelopes.
  • Works with Amazon Alexa: Ask your compatible device (separate device required) to print custom shopping lists, to-do lists, as well as a variety of coloring activities and crossword puzzles.
  • Works with Google Assistant: Ask your compatible device (separate device required) to print your Google Calendar, templates for custom calendars and checklists, as well as select activities and word games.
  • Inkjet printers are best for home or small business use: They offer excellent print quality for photos and documents and accept a variety of paper types and sizes.
  • Wireless and mobile printing capability**: Connect this printer to your home or office network with built-in Ethernet or wireless LAN. Plus, print from your mobile device with the free HP ePrint app or Apple® AirPrint.
  • Up to 4800 x 1200 dpi (dots per inch) color resolution: High resolution for producing incredible quality and detail in documents and photos.
  • Apple® AirPrint enabled: For Apple iPad® and iPhone® printing.
  • HP Instant Ink: Original HP Ink ordered by your printer, delivered to your door.
  • Up to 125-sheet input tray and photo paper tray: Offer easy paper handling.
  • 2.65" CGD (color graphics display) touch screen: Use the intuitive touch screen to print, store files and access business apps** directly from the printer.
  • More connectivity options: Built-in memory card slot, USB 2.0 port and USB host let you simply plug in your memory card, USB drive, camera or other device and print.
  • Built-in duplex printing: Print on both sides of the page without turning it over manually, to minimize your printing costs and help the environment.
  • High resolution for clear copies: Up to 600 x 600 dpi in color and up to 300 x 300 dpi in black for clear, clean copies.
  • Flatbed scanner with up to 1200 x 1200 dpi hardware (1200 dpi optical) resolution: To reproduce exact colors and large documents.
  • Dynamic Security: This printer uses dynamic security, which may be updated periodically by firmware updates. The printer is intended to be used solely with cartridges using only original HP electronic circuitry.
  • 8 Most Useful Reviews
  • Review by Andrea, 8 out of 10
    Home Office Need!

    This printer is great for everyday print jobs, as well as beautiful pics!

    The only reason I did not shoot for 5 stars is due to the wifi connection when printing from your phone. Similar to most printers, if your lockscreen display times out prior to the printer receiving the print job, you will be disappointed to find that the printer will still pick up the job and print out the incomplete photo with gray ink! You can waste a ton if you make this mistake often! -Make sure to keep your backlight lit until your phone reads "job received" to avoid this. Otherwise, the printer does its job just perfectly!!!

    Feb 12, 2021 16:11
  • Review by BeingHonest, 6 out of 10
    Good for photos, not good for paper prints

    **This printer was provided for an early review, thus as of the time of this review, some features may not work as it should.

    The Envy Photo 7155 lives up to its name, as your typical prints on paper will likely be envious of their photo counterparts, as they look much worse. As I’m told, this printer is optimized for photo prints, which turned out vibrant and crisp, but when printing on paper, the results are subpar with lines evenly spaced out throughout the print. There are ways to workaround that (described below), but you shouldn’t have to do it. Black and white texts prints are fast and sharp. Scanning speed is decent, but lacks all but basic post processing. You have two choices of software, HP Smart app or HP Print Assistant, each with their own quirks. I prefer the HP Print since it has more options for scanning. The other issues I’ve had with this printer is that it’s quite loud, shakes, and have a terrible touchscreen. It uses a tri-color cartridge, which will likely end up with one color running out first. IMO, a specialized printer that can’t do basic printing isn’t going to cut it, especially at this price point. Even my cheaper, 7 year old Epson printer outperforms this printer in almost every way.

    Good:

    -Text prints fast and clear

    -Photo prints looks great

    -Scan is decent

    -Design is nice

    Bad:

    -Prints on plain paper have lines throughout.

    -Loud and shakes while printing

    -Touch screen is small and unresponsive

    -Uses single cartridge for 3 colors

    -Post scan correction is lacking

    Setting up:

    Out of the box, the printer looked nice. It has the same color scheme as my HP Spectre laptop, which I appreciated. After powering it on, I was prompted to download the app to set up the printer. I ran into my first problem in that it didn’t detect my printer and I had to set it up manually using the printer’s screen. Not a big deal, it’s a few simple steps to setup the network, but the 2 inch touch screen is just awful to use. It’s so unresponsive to touch and scroll that it feels like using an old touch screen device from 10 years ago! After detecting my printer, I had a choice of either downloading the HP Smart app from the Microsoft store, just software and drivers, or just drivers for basic functions. First I installed the Smart app. The app allowed me to print either documents or photos, scan, and run maintenance and printer reports. I thought the app was too simple, especially for the scan option. I downloaded the HP Printer software and driver instead, and that gave me more options to play around with. Great, printer setup and ready to use.

    Printing, scanning, and copying:

    This printer is quite loud, making a lot of clicking and grinding sounds during operation. It also shakes badly while printing. Better to have a sturdy table or stand because this will shake the whole table like a mini earthquake. I had this on the same table as my desktop and immediately moved it.

    As the name implies, this printer’s strong point is that it’s optimized to print photos, and on that it met my expectations. A 4x6 printed relatively quick, and looks more vibrant and sharper than my previous printer, but it doesn’t have the same sheen. Darker colors will have a matte finish which is very noticeable in the light. I wouldn’t call it studio quality, but it’s passable.

    Now we get to my biggest issue with this, the printing on “plain paper.” When doing so, I would get equally spaced lines. If printing big blocks of color, these lines are even more noticeable. It looked as if the printhead was defective, but after changing them out, I still got the same results. The workaround is that I have to set it to best quality and choose a different paper type from within the printer settings. Doesn’t matter which one, as long as it’s not “plain paper.” However this will waste more ink and may over saturate the paper. I’m told that this is typical for this line of printers. On the other hand, text prints out fast and clear.

    Scanning takes about 15 seconds, but afterwards, the image processing were very limited with the only options to adjust are rotation, brightness, contrasts, and midtones. Without correction, scans tends to be faded and washed out. The auto exposure option didn’t look great either. My old Epson has a much better software for their scans.

    Copying has the same line issue as with printing on paper. It takes a bit longer than a typical copier. Black and white looks about as what you would get from a Xerox, while colors will look like a typical printout.

    *I’ve attached some printouts that I scanned back in. Notice the white lines every ¾ in. The scans are faded, but it’s more prominent in the actual prints.

    If you need an all-in-one printer, I can’t fully recommend this printer. It does one thing well, while lacking in the rest. Maybe if you only print photos, but even then there are other printers that can do that while being able to print nice color prints as well.

    Aug 16, 2017 23:37
  • Review by pauldar, 10 out of 10
    Feature-Packed, Simple Operation, & Great Photos

    Out of the box it took me approximately thirty minutes to set-up and download the printer software. Included with the printer is a six-foot,120v power cord, User Set-Up and Connection Guide, two (first-use) printing cartridges (*64 tri-color and *64 black), and five HP (4” x 6”) glossy photo papers. After connecting the printer directly to my laptop using Wi-Fi Direct (not through my network router) I selected five of my favorite pictures for photo printing. I anxiously waited as the printer queued-up. But, it only took about ninety seconds to print each 4” x 6” glossy photo. The professional quality of each printed photo, rich color, and striking detail blew me away. WoW!

    Hardware and Software Features of the HP ENVY Photo 7155 AIO:

    Two paper trays – one dedicated photo (top) and one for documents or large photos (bottom).

    * Through the HP App you choose which paper tray and size to use.

    * Photo tray is designed for three sizes, 4” x 5”, 4” x 6”, and 5” x 7”.

    * Document tray accepts both 8 1/2” x 11” printing and, or, large photo paper, and standard A4 envelopes.

    Duplexer – Allows for two sided printing and copying to save paper.

    * I can select this option through the HP software on my laptop, or, my mobile devices, smartphone or tablet, or, using the touchscreen display window on the printer.

    USB Port – On back of unit adjacent to the power plug is a USB Type 'B' Port.

    * To connect your device, you will need a USB Type 'A' to Type 'B' cable (not furnished)

    SD Card Slot – On front left of unit located in a compartment with round door.

    * Accepts both SDHC or SDXC memory cards.

    * I can view photos or documents directly from my SD card and print from the touchscreen display window.

    Touchscreen Color Display Window – Touch for basic menu options, Copy, Scan, Photo.

    * Scroll down each menu item for choices, selection, and details.

    * Has touch and illuminated Home, Help, and Return buttons.

    * Help has many useful 'How To Videos', Tips, Product Tour and Printer Information.

    * Swipe down from top of display window to open your Dashboard.

    * Here are Icons for Settings, Wireless Status and Connections, HP E-Print Set-Up for mobile devices, Wi-Fi Direct Status and Set-Up, Estimated Ink Cartridge Levels, and Environmental Settings as this HP ENVY Photo 7155 Printer is Energy Star Compliant (sleep time, one/two sided copies, etc.).

    Wireless Connectivity – Printer is dual radio band, 2.4 GHz and 5 Hz, for home network.

    * Wi-Fi home network connection allows for Internet access so I can print anything from Internet sites both social and educational, and from any location I am at.

    * Bluetooth for printing directly from my smartphone, tablet, or other mobile devices.

    * Printing, copying, and scanning can all be initiated from the HP software over Wi-Fi home network.

    * Wi-Fi Direct allows me to connect up to five specified devices without going through home network router for more 'family-control' purposes.

    Scanner – Using the HP downloaded software I can scan documents or photos easily.

    * I can scan using my computer, tablet, or smartphone, or, from an SD memory card.

    * Once I scan a document I can send it as an e-mail attachment or file it for later use.

    Printing – Super sharp color photos from PC, smartphone, or other mobile devices.

    * Laser-like caliber printing from black cartridge ink. The HP software allow you to set the quality, and, or greyscale, number of copies, etc.

    * TIP: Use quality printing and photo paper for best results – color pics printed out on the furnished, glossy, photo paper are spectacular.

    Illuminated On/Off Button – At left front of unit. Shuts unit off and wakes from sleep.

    * Printer automatically awakes from sleep-mode when printing task is in its queue.

    HP Software – Available for download at 123.hp.com or Apple Store.

    * For all mobile devices use HP ePrint for Android and IOS, Air Print.

    After using the HP ENVY Photo 7155 AIO, daily, for over a week, I am convinced that this printer is probably one of the most versatile you can buy for home network use at its price point. For me the best attributes are the Wi-Fi Direct connections and the double-sided copying. In the Wi-Fi Direct options in the Dashboard I changed the settings from 'automatic' to 'manual', which allows me to use a special password (no one else knows) to access this printer. I did this to keep my kids from printing numerous photos. I already have a Wi-Fi home network, laserjet (black ink, cartridge only printer). My kids would use all of my glossy photo paper and tri-color ink cartridge up in one day without this extra protection over my regular, Wi-Fi home network. I am still on Wi-Fi, just don't go through my home network router. I am no longer King-Of-My-Castle, but definitely King-Of-My-Printer. WooHoo!

    I highly recommend this feature-packed printer and especially for all its versatility for home use. It is an easy learning curve, and, fairly simple to operate. The Product Demo and 'How To Videos' gives me a visual Users' Manual on the printer that I can access anytime. Classes resume shortly, this would make a great gift for any college or serious high school student. It also is an outstanding purchase for anyone, who loves high quality photos, Mom, Dad, or Grandparents.

    Aug 17, 2017 17:55
  • Review by Jerbear, 10 out of 10
    Great for me

    This all in one printer wifi setup allows me to do everything without having a cord to a computer and for me it works great,mind you I am not using it for much more than basic things but it works great for me two thumbs up,also makes for a great stand lol

    Apr 16, 2020 11:12
  • Review by RBrylawski, 10 out of 10
    This HP Printer Does It All

    I really like this printer. It's well made, simple to set up and easily controlled via the HP Smart app. You can even control your printer from Amazon Alexa or Google Assistant or use AirPrint or Google Assistant capable, to easily print from your mobile device. And with the HP Smart App, you can print from literally any place you have access to Wifi. Flexibility is the name of game here.

    In terms of capability, you can print up to 14 pages per minute (ppm) in black and up to 9 ppm in color with up to 4800 x 1200 dpi color resolution. HP makes getting printer cartridges beyond easy, by letting you sign up for Instant Ink, a reasonably priced monthly payment plan, which monitors the ink levels automatically for and when you need new cartridges, they simply ship them to you. I did the math and found the monthly cost is less than buying printer cartridges in-store.

    The paper tray stores up to 125 sheets of paper and it has a separate tray for photo paper. On the side of the printer is a door which swings open where you'll find a built-in memory card slot and USB 2.0 port to simply plug in a memory card, USB drive camera or other device to print directly from. Photo printing is terrific.

    The printer is duplex capable, so you can direct your printouts to print on both sides of a single page of paper. You also have a simple to use Flatbed scanner with up to 1200 x 1200 dpi optical resolution and for clear copies, you get up to 600 x 600 dpi in color and 300 x 300 dpi in black.

    Setup of the printer couldn't be easier. Download the HP Smart App to your mobile device and also get it from the Microsoft Store for your computer. Create an account sing in and then the app finds the printer and connects it to your home network automatically. On your computer, the HP Smart App will download all the printer drivers for you and add an icon on your desktop to manage the printer functions. It takes literally minutes and is so simple all the around.

    You can control the printer via the front panel 2.65" CGD (color graphics display) touch screen, to print, store files and access business apps directly from the printer.

    We've had the printer now for a few weeks and it's been spot on reliable. If there was one thing I would change it would be to have automated the slide out tray which your prints rest on (so they don't fall on the floor). Since I print from home, office and just about anywhere, the little tray needs to be out all the time, or you'll come home and find your printed pages on the floor. Since the location of the printer in my home is deep enough, it's not an issue, but the much older printer we had which this HP Printer replaced had a tray which popped out automatically when you printed something. If this is the only thing I can find to complain about, I'd say it's very minor as overall, the printer is excellent and should stand the test of time.

    All in all, this is a great printer, with terrific and easy to use controls and as you would expect from HP, the print quality is excellent. Add in the Instant Ink program and this couldn't be simpler to keep going.

    Jun 12, 2020 19:40
  • Review by Fernie, 10 out of 10
    Really enjoy this printer.

    Up grade from what I had. I'm an HP only person. Excellent product.

    Mar 22, 2020 16:50
  • Review by DroneMan, 10 out of 10
    The staff at best buy are the best to work with

    The printer is the best ,the staff at Best are the best to work with

    Apr 10, 2020 18:52
  • Review by CoppinFam, 6 out of 10
    Nice printer

    Please beware that I am not able to give a full review because of the cartridge error.

    First off, (I am not fully sure if this is the problem) make sure that that the setup is completed before putting in the cartridges. Also, make sure the cartridges included in the box state Start Up; make sure you have your phone available to download the app, HP Smart. This will assist you in connecting to the wifi and you can also print from the app.

    Once you download the app, open, and have ready when you turn on the printer. When you turn on the printer, if your wifi has a password, the blue light will blink. You have to manually add the wifi on the app.

    So because I have the cartridge error, I am unable to say how well the printer works using the app and the screen but I will say that printing is pretty fast and color is great. (I was able to print diagnostics and align the printer.)

    I am still a huge fan of HP but I really hope that they get rid of the start up cartridges. I would buy again and I will be contacting HP to see if they are willing to send another set of start up cartridges or help me bypass the error message.

    Aug 20, 2017 21:08
  • 9.0score
    26
    HP
    HP - LaserJet Pro MFP M130nw Wireless Black-and-White All-In-One Laser Printer - White
    Description

    Quickly scan, print and copy with this HP LaserJet Pro multifunction printer. It lets you connect your PC via a USB 2.0 port for a simple installation, and it offers laser quality and speeds for easy office use. An easy-to-use touchscreen ensures you can quickly set up this HP LaserJet Pro multifunction printer.

    11 Features
  • Prints up to 23 ppm* in black: To produce documents quickly.
  • Be sure you have the right cartridge: Enter your printer's model number into our Ink and Toner Finder to find compatible cartridges. Get started ›
  • Works with Amazon Alexa: Ask your compatible device (separate device required) to print custom shopping lists, to-do lists, as well as a variety of coloring activities and crossword puzzles.
  • Works with Google Assistant: Ask your compatible device (separate device required) to print your Google Calendar, templates for custom calendars and checklists, as well as select activities and word games.
  • Laser printers are best for high-volume printing: They handle large volumes quickly and at a low cost per page. Toner (powder) is used instead of ink, so you get smudge-free images and text.
  • Wireless and mobile printing capability: Connect this printer to your home or office network with built-in Ethernet or wireless LAN. Plus, print from your mobile device with the free HP ePrint app or Apple® AirPrint.
  • 1200 dpi (dots per inch) for good print quality: Sufficient resolution for producing good quality documents.
  • Standard paper handling: 150-sheet input and 100-sheet output capacity.
  • Easy-to-use control panel: Includes network indicator lights, plus wireless, ePrint, power and resume buttons with lights.
  • 1 USB port for simple connectivity: 1 high-speed USB 2.0 port offers a standard connection to your PC.
  • More print, copy and scan solutions: Automatically print documents, 2-sided scan documents to your computer or directly to e-mail and more.
  • 8 Most Useful Reviews
  • Review by Janbunch, 10 out of 10
    Great printer to tuck away!

    I wanted a laser printer I could put inside my cabinet. After looking at numerous printers that didn’t fit this one fit perfect!

    Aug 25, 2018 01:00
  • Review by Queen, 10 out of 10
    Great Laser Printer

    This is my first Laser Printer and it works great for me.

    Feb 10, 2018 02:55
  • Review by Rosco, 10 out of 10
    First laser printer

    After growing tired of forking over more & more money for expensive ink cartridges. I️ researched laser printers. This HP was the same price as many ink jet printers. Very easy to set up. Have only had it for a few weeks & it is working well. Print jobs look great & so far has been reliable.

    Nov 15, 2017 20:46
  • Review by mishooes, 10 out of 10
    Great printer- great price

    Needed a small printer to place in a compact area. Such an easy set up too. Very happy with my purchase.

    Feb 17, 2017 22:45
  • Review by Chryz, 10 out of 10
    It's a nice laser printer, fast and sharp.

    So reliable printer and it is a cost effective laser printer.

    Jan 26, 2018 16:29
  • Review by NetColo, 8 out of 10
    Nice except a Windows 10 issue

    Everything works fine until I tried Windows 10 wireless direct printing bypassing WiFi router connection. I could use wireless direct printing on my Windows 8 PC, but it was impossible for me to do the same thing on my new Windows 10 PC. I guess the driver was made only for Windows 8, and the same driver may not work for Windows 10. Except this tiny issue, everything is fine. Through WiFi, I can print from iPhone, iPad, Windows 8/10 PCs.

    Jul 02, 2017 02:12
  • Review by Rich, 8 out of 10
    Improvement over Ink Jet

    First off a huge improvement over ink jet. So annoyed when starting a ink jet after sat for a while. Sounds like a cat hacking up a hair ball and takes over 3.5 minutes before page printed. Annoying as can be. The ink jet shoots out print in like 3 seconds. It is out before I can walk to printer.

    Only reason I gave 4 stars is that after loading and linking to wifi network, I had a power outage for over 5 hours. It did not remember the settings had to do again. A glitch, not sure. Just hope it does not do that each time extended power out.

    Otherwise very happy with this printer.

    Aug 16, 2019 17:50
  • Review by linkworld, 10 out of 10
    Very good b&w LaserJet printer.

    When it comes to printers UP is the king. Specially LaserJet. I still have a color nnetwork LaserJet one I purchased 12 years ago with the trial cartridges that came with it. The black is finally low after all this time. Now the newer ones have less yeald per cartridge then the older models but they are worth every penny. LaserJet tones is powder and you don't have to worry about cartridges drying out like the inkjet. This all in one is perfect for home use and black & white is good enough these days. No need to print pictures since you can send to shutterfly or others for pennies to be printed and shipped to anyone.

    May 06, 2017 03:14
  • 9.0score
    27
    HP
    HP - OfficeJet Pro 8035 Wireless All-In-One Instant Ink Ready Inkjet Printer - Oasis/White/Gray
    Description

    The productive smart printer that doesn't just print, it produces. Includes 8 months of ink delivered with HP Instant Ink. Help save time with Smart Tasks. Get automatic two-sided printing, easy mobile printing, Borderless print, and self-healing Wi-Fi. HP voice-activated printing enables your HP printer to work with Amazon Alexa and Google Assistant.

    15 Features
  • Fast print speeds up to 20 ISO ppm* in black, up to 10 ISO ppm* in color: This printer lets you generate documents quickly.
  • Be sure you have the right cartridge: Enter your printer's model number into Ink and Toner Finder to find compatible cartridges. Get started ›
  • HP voice-activated printing: Enables your HP printer to work with Amazon Alexa and Google Assistant.
  • Perfect for home or small business use: This inkjet printer offers excellent print quality for photos and documents and accepts a variety of paper types and sizes.
  • Wireless and mobile printing capability: Connect to cloud-based printing with Wi-Fi or your cellular network to print from anywhere. Get high-quality scanning to share to Dropbox, Google Drive, e-mail, or the cloud almost from anywhere.**
  • Apple® AirPrint enabled: Ideal for Apple iPad® and iPhone® printing.
  • Compatible with HP 910 Instant Ink-ready cartridges: Including HP 910 (black, cyan, magenta, yellow), HP 910XL (black, cyan, magenta, yellow) and HP 916XL black original ink cartridges.
  • Up to 4800 x 1200 dpi (dots per inch) color resolution: High resolution allows producing incredible quality and detail in documents and photos.
  • Borderless print: Professional-quality photos at your fingertips.
  • HP Instant Ink compatible: Save up to 50% on Ink with HP Instant Ink. Includes 8 months of ink delivered to your door.
  • Large paper trays for high-volume printing and copying: Features a 225-sheet input tray and a 60-sheet output tray. Work fast and hands-free with the 35-page auto feeder.
  • 2.65" capacitive touch-screen CGD: Take control of print, scan, copy, and fax jobs with tap-and-swipe ease, using the color touch screen.
  • Built-in duplex printing: Work fast and hands-free with automatic two-sided printing.
  • 8 Months of Instant Ink Included:
  • More print, copy, and scan solutions: Automatically print 2-sided documents, scan documents to your computer or directly to e-mail, send quick faxes, and more.
  • 8 Most Useful Reviews
  • Review by Marvlus, 10 out of 10
    Nice!

    This printer IS an all in one. I can print from anywhere, scan to my computer, and copy.

    So what's different than any other all in one you ask. 1) touch screen navigation 2) true color representation 3) does it pretty fast.

    I'm in school, online and have to print off a ton of reading material (yea I'm ole school - see it, touch it, feel it), it's great that I don't have to wait forever until its finished. Loading paper is very easy, the arm on the paper tray can be retracted when not needed.

    I haven't tried pictures or card stock yet, but I'm fairly sure that this Pro will come through .

    May 27, 2019 19:13
  • Review by JamexRZ, 10 out of 10
    Fast, easy to use and great quality prints!

    Great SOHO all in one printer. Its fast and does everything you want, prints, copies, scans, faxes documents in black or color.

    It was extremely easy to setup, just turn on, open the inner door, and then install each one of the included inks (3 for color and one black), afterwards it will ask you to print an alignment page which you then have it scan so it can tune up the printer heads. Afterwards, you can finish the setup either on a PC by downloading the HP smart app from the windows app store or you can do it also on your phone downloading the same app from your phone’s app store. I chose to do it with my PC, it will detect the printer and then ask you to enter your Wi-Fi credentials, so the printer connects to your network. Then you can create a HP account (or if you already have one login) and then it will automatically give you an extra year of warranty and 12 months of free ink replacement!! (it does it in the form of 6 months free and then gives you $30 credit, which is worth another 6 months), you do have to enter a credit card info (does not charge you, however it’s needed for when the 12 month free period ends, then it will auto ship you ink, and you can choose your plan, and the great thing is it does it based on printed pages.

    The printer is amazingly fast, and I love the dual sided print feature, that makes me save so much on paper! Blacks are inky black, and colors are vibrant and defined (paper quality also matters here, so get a quality ink printer paper).

    I love that the scanner/copy feature has two ways to do it, either with the traditional scanner flat bed, or it also has an auto feeder tray, so you do not have to do one paper at the time, it automatically feeds the scanner/copier. It also has fax port; however, I have not tried it yet, I have not had the need to fax something, but I am sure it is like any other fax machine.

    Just an FYI, on my initial setup, the printer downloaded a firmware update and upon restart the HP smart app on my PC would not recognize the printer anymore, and then the printer on screen display would keep saying I had to finish setup, which I had done already, it would not let me print anything due this. I battled it out a hole night, doing a factory reset, re setting up the printer and nothing. I gave up. However, then next morning I decided to try it out again (I had unplugged it for the night) and I plugged it back again and everything was back to normal. So, I think unplugging it and plugging it back again made ok after the update, so If you have this same issue, remember to restart it like that after you see a firmware update (make sure it finishes it completely, do not interrupt it!).

    May 06, 2021 23:32
  • Review by ToniH, 10 out of 10
    Great Printer

    Love this printer! I’m a Travel Agent and ship gifts to my client all the time. With this printer I’m able to make labels for my gifts bags, print shipping labels and travel documents all in one. Plus it connects to all my devices (iPhone and MacBook). My purchase came with 12 months free ink! I haven’t even ran out of ink yet and HP has sent me replacements.

    Aug 20, 2021 19:32
  • Review by Bruce, 10 out of 10
    Fantastic Printer

    Love the printer!!! It was very easy to set up, and connect to our laptops. I love the wireless connection and the features that this printer has. It’s perfect for what our needs are. The quality of print is excellent!

    Oct 16, 2021 08:24
  • Review by Quincy0980, 10 out of 10
    Printing from everywhere!

    HP Office-jet Pro 8035 All-in One Printer is a smart and easy printer to use. I have had many printers over the years and this printer is without a doubt the easiest one I’ve ever set up.

    Out of the box all I had to was follow a link in the instructions on my IPhone or computer and download the HP printer app. Once downloaded the App walks you through the setup process. The printer can be setup through a standard printer cable directly to your computer, Network cable or wirelessly for multiple users to use.

    This is a full service printer with printing, scanning, copying and is even Alexa enabled. It has a clear fairly large LED touch screen to work the scanner, copy functions, view ink levels and other setup tools. As a bonus it includes free 8 months of Insta Ink which is great.

    The print quality is excellent and very quick and is the best HP home office printer I have ever had.

    May 22, 2019 14:27
  • Review by Soraida, 10 out of 10
    Perfect printer

    It’s just like a office printer it’s does a whole lot

    Oct 10, 2021 17:44
  • Review by vacuum, 10 out of 10
    love it!!! worth the buy

    i love this printer , i love the fact that it has fax .. and i like that you can print from your phone with the hp app

    Jul 02, 2021 15:38
  • Review by GrandmaT, 10 out of 10
    Great piece of office equipment

    Other equipment broke, so bought this one and very satisfied with it.

    Mar 13, 2020 17:48
  • 9.0score
    28
    HP
    HP - OfficeJet Pro 8025e Wireless All-In-One Inkjet Printer with 6 months of Instant Ink Included with HP+ - White
    Description

    The HP OfficeJet Pro 8025e delivers increased productivity with fast speeds and custom mobile shortcuts. It includes the optional HP+ Smart Printing System that keeps itself up to date, secure, and ready to print from virtually anywhere at any time. Optional HP+ system requires an HP account, internet connection, and use of only Original HP Ink for the life of the printer.

    9 Features
  • Best for small businesses and home offices: Print professional-quality color documents like forms, reports, brochures and presentations
  • Key features: Fast color print, copy, scan and fax, plus 2-sided printing, mobile and wireless printing, and an auto document feeder
  • HP+ Smart Printing System: The optional HP+ system enables your printer to think ahead so it's more secure, more productive and ready when you are. Requires an HP account, internet connection and use of only Original HP Ink for the life of the printer.
  • 6 free months of Instant Ink & an extra year of HP warranty: when you activate optional HP+ and Instant Ink when setting up your printer. Only with HP+.
  • Fast print speeds: Print up to 20 pages per minute in black and 10 pages per minute in color
  • Dual band Wi-Fi: Self-healing Wi-FiTM automatically detects and resolves connection issues
  • HP Smart app: Print, scan and copy from your phone—from anywhere. Get advanced features for 24 months with HP+.
  • Security essentials: Protect sensitive data with basic encryption, password protection, Wi-Fi security and document protection. Get enhanced cloud-based security features with HP+.
  • Ink delivered before you run out: Never run out of ink with an optional Instant Ink subscription. Try free for 6 months with HP+. Credit card required; change or cancel anytime
  • 8 Most Useful Reviews
  • Review by Jamie, 8 out of 10
    Setup Paper Jams

    Noticed a few reviews about paper jam errors during setup, this happened to me too and was about to return product. I finally discovered that the black wheels inside arrived at an angle. It seemed correct since they were tight however after some persistence to fix this error, they tell you to pull up the blue piece to check wheels for paper, while that is open, I managed to press the whole wheel mechanism down more into place so that the black wheels were no longer at a slant (mostly the right side was up too high.) They should be level along with the blue handle, which also arrived at a slant. Hope this helps the next person who encounters this problem on a new, out of the box printer.

    May 04, 2020 01:41
  • Review by billr920, 10 out of 10
    Network Reliability

    The printer connected to my network immediately. All devices sent print jobs with no issues. I also used the HP app to finish set up. Printing speed is decent. The email function works good. HP has also stepped up internal security for this printer for better performance. The touch screen is very nice, has good response to touch. There are audibles with different uses. The printer acknowledges when a sheet of paper is inserted into the auto feed and the touch screen responds. Color tone Is good, but not fantastic. I consider this to be more of a great office use printer. There is no SD card slot. It does have USB, Ethernet and Fax Ports. The paper feed tray works better than previous HP printers that I have owned. I would have preferred a more rounded edge designed housing, instead to me, It looks like a big square block and very heavy. Over all I think this is a very good printer, has been very reliable so far. HP offers 300 pages per month printing for the first few months at no charge when you sign up for the instant ink program where you choose a set price per month to receive ink as needed that will kick in when the initial period ends. I would recommend this especially if you need a work horse.

    May 26, 2019 21:47
  • Review by SirGalahad, 8 out of 10
    Does it all

    SETUP:

    Setup was relatively simple. Once you install the ink cartridges it will notify you that you need to install the HP Smart App to finish up. You can use your cell phone, tablet, or PC to do this. I used my Smartphone and it connected to the printer via Bluetooth and then I was able to setup the wireless from there along with everything else. It walks you through all the steps to finish up including a few optional ones. By doing this you also get a year extended warranty (for two years total) and you have 7 days to sign up for 6 months free of HP+. Which is a neat program explained below. Overall, I had no issues with this part of the setup or getting things to work.

    I then tried to setup the printer to my PC and ran into some issues. Again, the application is required to get the printer to work which is a bit frustrating. The application had a hard time finding my printer and it wasn’t until I rebooted my printer that my PC was able to find it.

    BUILD QUALITY:

    This printer is large, and you’d expect it to be heavy, but it isn’t. Which can be considered a pro or a con. The entire thing is made from plastic (for the most part). But I didn’t notice much creaking or issues and in general it feels solid and well built. The trays feel alright and I would prefer them to be a bit more solid and smooth. The touch screen works better than my previous printer and is a bit more intuitive, but I still think they could improve the OS to be better as it is still clunky and doesn’t feel like a modern device. But that is me being picky.

    SPEED/PERFORMANCE:

    They report that it can print 20 pages per minute of normal documents and 10 pages per minute for colored documents. Scanning appeared to be quick. I don’t have a phone line, so I didn’t test the fax. The legibility of the text that is printed is an 8/10. Since it comes with multiple ink cartridges (blue, yellow, _, and black) the colors also look good. But I found that images had a bit of blur to them. This improved with higher quality paper. But if you are wanting amazingly crisp print jobs I’d keep looking. Overall, the performance is right where I’d expect for this price point. I didn’t find it too be too loud. There is also a quiet mode which takes longer to print but reduces overall noise.

    HP+:

    You have 7 days to redeem 6 months free upon completion of setup. The maximum number of pages you can get per month during the free trial period is 700 pages. It allows you to choose a specific number of pages you plan to print each month and then charges you a set amount per month for it. Prices seem reasonable. If you don’t use all your pages, it can roll over into the next month. They only send out ink (with free shipping) when the printer itself registers it is low, so you are never out of ink. They also report that this is cheaper than buying retail ink and that it comes with more ink, so you refill less often. You can decide if that is just marketing or not. This entire service can be a pro or a con depending on how you feel about signing up for yet another monthly subscription to something. But I’d imagine if you are someone who prints a lot that this would be greatly appreciated, and you’d likely save money.

    FEATURES:

    As indicative of the name it is an All-In-One Printer. Which means that you can print documents (1 sided automatically but 2-sided if chosen), scan documents, and fax documents (if you have a phone line connected). You can also print either from your PC or from your phone/tablet. I printed multiple things from my phone and PC without any issues.

    Apr 07, 2021 08:48
  • Review by vrs99, 8 out of 10
    Great All-in-One for Home or Small Business

    HP has changed style from the standard black All-in-One (AIO) printers to a three-tone color scheme of white, dark grey and light grey. The new décor is very pleasing to the eye, fits nicely in our son’s room.

    The size is perfect for a home office or home print station (SOHO) compared to a large office AIO. The HP Officejet Pro 8025 is a very capable AIO as well, printing, copying, scanning and photo printing performed brilliantly for a package this size. The 8025 will perform well in a small office that has less demanding printing jobs. Have connected the printer to all our home devices and will use as a backup to our larger HP AIO office printer if needed.

    Photo Printing knocked my socks off, lovely rich colors and definition of a ceremony picture we had taking of our kid. Very nice.

    Panel

    - Flip up design for easy viewing, nice.

    - Bit small but adequate 2.7” Touchscreen.

    - Easy navigation – full explanation on downloadable user guide.

    - Tap on the “?” on the home screen will bring up a help screen which includes “How to Videos”, to cool.

    App

    - HP Smart assists you in the setup, scanning, printing, sharing, and managing the HP printer. Share documents and images simply through email, text messages, cloud and social media services, i.e. Google Drive, Facebook, iCloud, and Dropbox.

    - Android app is full featured for printer management.

    - Printing from Android, Chrome devices and iOS.

    - Google drive printing - kid loves this feature for printing school projects/papers from home or school.

    - Supports Print from Anywhere.

    Networking

    - Almost to simple to add to network. Windows 10 PC’s can scan the network and install printer and launch app if you want.

    - Connections: 1 Ethernet; 1 Wireless 802.11b/g/n; 1 RJ-11 Fax.

    - Was the simplest, easiest and quickest network setup of any printer I have used.

    -

    Full feature faxing (with contacts) scanning and copying capabilities.

    Paper capacity is impressive for small office printer:

    - Paper handling input, standard 225-sheet input tray, 35-sheet ADF

    - Paper handling output, standard 60-sheet output tray

    - Legal paper

    - Envelopes

    - Photo papers

    - Double sided duplexing

    Monthly duty cycle 20,000 pages

    4 print cartridges (1 each black, cyan, magenta, yellow)

    The HP 8025 is rated with the best for cost of operation, that is Big Plus in a smaller footprint printer!

    The HP Officejet Pro 8025 gives you the features and capabilities that are found in much larger AIO systems for less cost and fits nicely into any SOHO environment.

    May 26, 2019 16:54
  • Review by TechMatcher, 10 out of 10
    Smaller & quieter yet full of features!

    I've been an HP printer fan for....well forever. My previous printer was the HP OfficeJet Pro 8610 - which has been a tried and true printer, scanner, copier and fax. However, with some updates to my desktop and laptop computers - I have had GREAT DIFFICULTY scanning to my PC from these older HP printers.

    Enter the new HP OfficeJet Pro 8025. First thing I notice is the new printer is about 40% smaller. That helps on my desk space. Next, it is quieter than my previous model. Third, it's a new and modern (two tone) design. Fourth - it scanned to my PC on the first attempt, and worked flawlessly! That alone is the WINNING ticket!

    So far - I'm very impressed and will be setting this as my default printer next week.

    May 16, 2019 22:37
  • Review by VADarkstar, 2 out of 10
    A Clumsy Vending Machine For Ink Cartridges

    Everything about this printer is an embarrassment for HP.

    Physically, it is noticeably larger than HP printers with similar printing capabilities from years ago.

    The paper tray is quite small (especially for business printing) and HP has redesigned how you load papers into the tray - it is wholly unintuitive.

    Above the paper tray is an extending plastic platform designed to automatically reach out to catch your printed pages so that they don't shoot out onto your floor. Even when I printed the initial alignment page, this mechanism failed to engage.

    There are no ports on this model for memory cards to print from. Admittedly, this is not being marketed as one of their photo printers but I don't understand how documents from memory cards are not part of office printing necessities.

    During setup, this model immediately identified the included ink cartridges as official HP ink cartridges. A little bit of research alerted me that this printer will only accept genuine HP ink cartridges.

    It will not allow you to print in black ink alone if your color cartridges are empty or are not installed.

    Scanning, faxing, copying, and printing times are average. Nothing stellar. Document printing and color printing (including photo printing) are average. Nothing stellar.

    What does work? Their instant ink program - an ink subscription service (their "Ink Of The Month" club). Everything about their service is well defined and clear.

    But in an new printer era where they will need to compete with other printers with HUGE non-cartridge ink reservoirs, please take a look at the size of the cyan cartridge that fits this printer in the attached picture below.

    For a machine that is clearly being marketed as a source of ink cartridge sales, you can find other models with more or better features for WAY less money.

    There is no way that this can be an economical purchase for home or office.

    Apr 17, 2021 16:01
  • Review by HPfan, 10 out of 10
    Great performance; bad instructions

    This is another great all in one from HP as far and performance. The only criticisms I have are that there was no clear direction to remove the tape over a very small symbol for wi-fi. Could not get the copier to work; the directions in the paperwork and online were useless and so I kept getting a general error message. Took me a long time to figure it out. Also, the model and serial number tag is SO SMALL, I couldn't read the information even with a magnifying glass. Took me several tries to get what I hope is the correction information. I have never had an HP product like that before, and I have had printers and computers!

    Jun 03, 2021 13:35
  • Review by HPOfficeJetPro8020, 6 out of 10
    Faulty Printer

    This printer after a year stopped printing in color and only now prints and copy in cyan and or red. Faulty multi printer/fax/scanner

    Dec 12, 2020 14:18
  • 8.8score
    29
    HP
    HP - OfficeJet Pro 9025e Wireless All-In-One Inkjet Printer with 6 months of Instant Ink Included with HP+ - White
    Description

    The HP OfficeJet Pro 9025e delivers the fastest speeds, 500-sheet paper capacity, and up to 2x faster scan speeds. It includes the optional HP+ Smart Printing System that keeps itself up to date, secure, and ready to print from virtually anywhere at any time. Optional HP+ system requires an HP account, internet connection, and use of only Original HP Ink for the life of the printer.

    9 Features
  • Best for small businesses and home offices: Print professional-quality color documents like presentations, brochures and flyers
  • Upgraded features: Fast color printing, up to 2x faster scan speeds, copy, fax, auto 2-sided printing and scanning, mobile and wireless printing, auto document feeder, and print from USB
  • HP+ Smart Printing System: The optional HP+ system enables your printer to think ahead so it's more secure, more productive and ready when you are. Requires an HP account, internet connection and use of only Original HP Ink for the life of the printer.
  • 6 free months of Instant Ink & an extra year of HP warranty: when you activate optional HP+ and Instant Ink when setting up your printer. Only with HP+.
  • Fast print speeds: Print up to 24 pages per minute in black and 20 pages per minute in color
  • Dual band Wi-Fi: Self-healing Wi-FiTM automatically detects and resolves connection issues
  • HP Smart app: Print, scan and copy from your phone—from anywhere. Get advanced features for 24 months with HP+.
  • Security essentials: Protect sensitive data with basic encryption, password protection, Wi-Fi security and document protection. Get enhanced cloud-based security features with HP+.
  • Ink delivered before you run out: Never run out of ink with an optional Instant Ink subscription. Try free for 6 months with HP+. Credit card required; change or cancel anytime
  • 8 Most Useful Reviews
  • Review by Daved, 10 out of 10
    Great printer for small office with few trade offs

    I work out of a home office and, while I don't run through stacks of paper a month, I have periods where I need to print quite a bit in one go. More so, I have a need to scan stacks of documents regularly, so I find great use with document feeders. For my office needs I currently employ a HP OfficeJet 8600 Plus. Until I tested the OfficeJet Pro 9025.

    First thing, out of the box, this printer is bright, bearing a slight resemblance to the 7000 series OfficeJets with a two-tone color scheme of white and grey. The middle of the body is white, capped off with a grey lower paper tray and grey document feeder on top. It's a much sharper appearance than the grey/brown of the 6000 and 8000 series printers. Additionally, the design language is much sharper and more modern, foregoing the rounded, sometimes "bubbly" design language of the 8000 series in favor of boxier lines and 90 degree angles. It's very square and rectangular, and even features a flat top to the document feeder, which has historically carried a more rounded apperance.

    The new design language is very appealing, and seems more focused on function than form. It has a very purposeful, functional, and professional appearance to it. It also lends a more slimmed down look to the printer, which makes sense given that the overall box is indeed slimmed down by several inches. My 8600 was purchased because it supported fax, printing, scanning and copying, 2-sided printing, and a document feeder on top, but the machine is bulky and heavy. The 9025 manages to squeeze all this in to a smaller package, indicating some nice internal design efficiencies. While you don't move a printer around all that often once it's setup, moving between the 8600 Plus to the 9025 reveals quite a difference in weight.

    In size, the 9025 is the same height as the 8600 Plus, but squeezes a second paper tray into that space, and maintaining the same capabilities with the document feeder. Front to back and side to side, however, the 9025 bests the 8600 Plus by quite a bit. My 8600 Plus shared a desktop with my photo printer, and had only 19.5" wide and 20.25" deep to fit in. Because of the printer size, it had to face perpendicular to my other printer, with the output tray kept in most of the time to avoid bumping it. The 9025 fits facing parallel to my other printer with room to spare, and even with the output tray adding 6" to the depth, only sticks out .375" at the front.

    To accomplish this, it appears HP made some internal changes to the printer, stacking things a bit taller and further back in the box. The output tray sits a bit higher and a bit recessed into the case, and fits 2 paper trays beneath it compactly. The doc feeder on top also seems slimmed down a bit, allowing it to fit in the more compact design. The only issue I really have is with the power cord placement. If it were offset a bit, or even if HP included a right-angle cord, this printer could sit even further back.

    I do believe some sacrifices were made to accomplish the smaller and lighter design, and after playing with it for about 2 weeks now, I think it's apparent in the feel of some of the materials.

    First, the plastic on the 9025 feels more flexible and thinner than the 8600. When I open and close the doc feeder cover I feel like I am about to break it. This contrasts the 8600 which uses a latch to open and close, and feels better. Additionally, the overall feel of the 9025 is more plasticky than the 8600, and leads to some question of durability under heavier use or in environments with multiple people using it daily.

    Second, the print head has a spongy and less reassuring feeling when inserting printer cartridges. With the 8600 there is a tactile feel to the cartridges clicking into place, letting you know they seated properly. With the 9025 I found myself checking the cartridge a couple times to make sure it was in all the way. They also made squeaky sounds when I inserted and removed them, and though that might go away with time, it has not yet.

    They also sacrificed on the screen size with this model, opting for a smaller screen that is just over 1.5" tall and 2" wide, where the 8600 was about double the width. With all the features and apps being added to these printers, the screen size is really important, and I think this one is just too small for it's purpose. They also have a swipe down from the top feature to access settings and information, similar to a smart phone, and this menu is more challenging to read on the smaller screen. I do like the new mechanics for adjusting the screen angle, which doesn't require a button pinch of press, like my 8600, but I also believe this might be the reason for a little bit of movement when interacting with the screen. At first I thought there was a slight click action or sound when pressing a button on the screen, but it appears to just be the screen moving a bit under pressure.

    Moving beyond the look and feel of the new printer, from a performance perspective it does very well. Setting it up out of the box was really easy, thanks to the HP Smart software guiding through setup. Additionally, you can use the HP Smart app on your phone to setup the printer via bluetooth. I did run into issues connecting to the printer from just under 6 feet away, and found it woked best standing 2 feet or less in front of it.

    Once ink is inserted, the printer primes the cartridges, and I noticed it to be a bit quieter than the 8600 Plus, but also a bit higher pitched. My 8600 had a more mechanical sound to it when priming new cartridges, but I don't think this indicates any issues or performance problems.

    What was indicative of a change, though, was the sound and action when the printer wakes to print. The 8600 makes a loud, mechanical sound when it wakes to warm up, and takes a noticeably longer amount of time than the 9025. In contrast, the 9025 is quick and relatively quiet when waking to copy or print. Additionally, the 9025 is quieter during normal operation as well, whether printing, scanning, or copying, even on the document feeder.

    I found the print quality of the 9025 to be really good as well, providing crisp and clean colors, as well as sharp text, which my photo printer does not do so well with. I would still use my photo printer for high quality photo prints, since the color depth and quality of photos is great than the OfficeJet printers produce. That said, I have always found the OfficeJet printers to handle text prints very well, and the 9025 continues that trend. Running through a copy test, however, revealed some areas for improvement with the 9025. Using the standard HP test print, I copied on both the 8600 and 9025, and the 8600 seemed to provide a cleaner copy, producing sharper edges and slightly better color. Both printers struggled with the grey text at the base of the sheet, though, with the 8600 barely able to present something identifiable as text, and the 9025 providing only marginally better results. With the higher contrasting text both did fine, so it seems to be a struggle point with the lower contrast of the grey. 2 sided printing was also easy and clean, though speed of that did not seem noticeably faster than the 8600. I tried to capture some of the differences in print quality in one of the images I added, but it might be difficult to completely see them.

    One BIG thing I have been avoiding with the HP printers is the subscription ink plan. My fluctuation in usage means it won't really benefit me, and I am also not a fan of subscription services tied to my daily business needs. The ink being delivered as needed with Instant Ink is a cool idea, but I don't like the idea of HP tracking what I print, or making it more difficult for me to print if I decide to use a 3rd party cartridge. I have also read some issues with customer service around the subscription, with people having difficulty canceling, or getting potentially overcharged due to peak printing periods. I did decide to sign up for a trial of it through the website, and while I can see my usage and plan info, I haven't used it enough in the past 2 weeks to be able to review the service yet.

    Overall, I like this printer very much and am going to give it a shot as a daily replacement for my 8600 PLus, which is a big step for me. The compact size is a HUGE benefit for my office space, especially with it still including 2-sided printing, a doc feed, and the 2 paper trays. I wish the screen were about double the size, and I wish the feel of the plastic on it didn't feel as flexible or flimsy as it does. Because of those issues I want to drop half a star off the rating, but I still think this is a fine machine for someone who has a home business or work-from-home office that needs these features. Because I can't drop a half star, and I don't think it warrants 4 stars, I am leaving it as 5. It's fast, quiet, compact, light, and very functional, and I think it's definitely worth strong consideration.

    Mar 01, 2019 16:42
  • Review by MVilla, 10 out of 10
    Great printer for nearly heavy duty office work

    Printer came in to which I measure a 19x15x19 inch box, well padded and everything so the printer inside stays safe during transport.

    Of course the printer outside the box itself, the footprint is 17” x 13”, and about 12” high I believe.

    This printer is best if it’s sat on its own small table or perhaps on a dresser, or average nightstand. I have mines on the far left of my corner desk where my desktop computer is on and it barely fits; the upper shelving of my desk will get in the way when it comes to opening the scanner lid. I can remove the shelving or, set this elsewhere where there is room (like it’s own small table). Just be sure to have enough space. This is not your usual short or compact desk jet printer.

    Of course I followed the instructions in the correct order; installing the ink was tricky. When opening the compartment door, and installing the ink, I made sure I pressed everything all the way in, and by the diagram there illustrates a click icon.

    There wasn’t much of a noticeable click, but a soft one. Closed the compartment door, then I get an error of a “print head” missing and to correct or reinstall the ink.

    I uninstalled and reinstalled twice, and finally got it to work.

    I did all the setting up of the printer through the HP smart app, and everything works well and printed out a test page, and other stuff (resumes and coupons). Fine print quality and impressive overall over the previous older deskjet printer I have (which is also HP).

    And I’m all printing wirelessly over WiFi. It’s visible on my phone, tablet, and desktop and laptop computer.

    The paper loading tray is easy to use to reload paper, and I’m sure the ink will last longer through more printing until comes the time to replace.

    I believe this HP printer is a great investment and, from a standpoint this looks to be an office machine, either good for work in an office setting or casual work done from home (homework, photos, etc).

    Feb 21, 2019 21:49
  • Review by Cipher469, 8 out of 10
    A Pro Document Printer/Scanner/Copier

    With a few exceptions, the Pro9025e is an excellent choice for printing, scanning, and copying. Except for one important function, it is the best OfficeJet I have seen from HP in quite a while. The merits and demerits are:

    *SETUP: Once you have loaded the app onto your computer, setup should only take a few minutes. My experience, however, was not a positive one, and I believe it was due to a glitch in the software. Every time the setup process got to the point of connecting to my mesh wi-fi, setup failed because there was no place to enter my network password. No matter what I tried, the same result was experienced. About to lose my religion, I shut it down and walked away. The next day I tried again and had two failures. On the third attempt, the password entry page opened and then quickly went away. Another attempt got to the entry page and, thankfully, stayed on screen so I could enter the password. The ink cartridges loaded easily, and all was a go.

    *PRINTING: Document printing is a breeze! Set your parameters, press print, and your document is ready in seconds. Quality is clear and clean. In addition, if you need two-sided printing, the Pro9025e handles that job like a champ. Ink is quick-dried, as it should be. In fact, it can print 2 sides in the time some other printers take to print one.

    Photo printing is a different story. I have yet to find an All-in-One HP that prints photos well, and this one is awful. Prints are not sharp, there are broken white lines across photo, and very wet ink. I intended to scan and attach examples, but, after 24 hours, they are still wet. So, the attachments are photos of the printed wet photos. If, however, you have no plan to print photos, don’t let this issue deter you from considering this excellent printer for documents only.

    *SCANNING: One of my peeves with HP all-in-ones previously is no duplex scanning, but the 9020e not only can duplex, but it is also much quicker than others that I have experience with. The first scan was a WOW moment. Great improvement HP!

    *COPYING: Copies fast and well. Easy duplexing is another plus.

    Apart from the awful photo printing, the 9025e is an excellent machine. With that caveat, I would recommend it.

    Apr 26, 2021 15:49
  • Review by Mark, 10 out of 10
    Perfect printer for home

    This HP printer is better than those tri color cartridges. More ink and faster printing. Double sided scan and print and also has fax. Bulk ink tank printers are great if you print constantly but most home users will experience clogged print heads.

    For me this is the best choice for home and small office use

    Oct 22, 2021 16:18
  • Review by CustomerReview, 10 out of 10
    HP OfficeJet Pro 9025e

    This purchase (OfficeJet Pro) fulfills my needs for quality printing and scanning. The blue-tooth technology not only provides ease of use but the convenience of printing from multiple devices.

    Nov 05, 2021 15:42
  • Review by SteveC, 10 out of 10
    Excellent SOHO printer

    We already have a 90 series HP printer but we wanted one with more features as ours didn’t have automatic dual sided printing and scanning. Once we saw that HP had the 9025e with all the features we wanted we had to grab one.

    Unboxing:

    The printer comes really well boxed sitting in cradled in Styrofoam corners. Once the top ones were removed it was simple to grab the two handles of the protective bag the printer was in and lift it out of the box. About the simplest larger sized printer unboxing I’ve done. Inside the box is the printer, cartridges, power cable and documentation. The printer itself is pretty large “a good bit over our old one” and you’ll need a good spot to set it up.

    Setting up:

    Like our other HPs we’ve had before we just placed the printer where we wanted it, plugged in the power cord. I wanted this to be hardwired on our network and there’s a switch right next to it that’s connected to our router. There’s an orange plastic plug in the Ethernet port located on the back below the phone jacks. You have to remove that plug to connect your Ethernet connection. I use a Obi VOIP box for our phone and fax so I hooked the main line from the Obi to the Tel line in on the back also.

    After hooking up power the printer was powered up and gave instructions about inserting the ink cartridges so we did that. Inserting the cartridges is very straight forward, each is color coded and you just push them in till they click into place. The printer, after going through the new cartridge setup asked to print an alignment page which I let it do and then placed that page in the scanner and let it scan the page and finish the alignment.

    The printer has a small LCD full color touch screen just like our old model and can be tilted for a better viewing angle, it’s used to manually preform scans/faxing/copying and adjust all the settings. There are a lot of options in the menus on the screen and you’ll want to familiarize yourself with those functions and settings but for the most part you can set up everything from the apps.

    All our computers are Windows based and phones are Android so well be referencing only those operating systems. I already had the HP Smart app installed on our computers so it was easy enough to go into that and have it set up a new printer. If you don’t currently have the HP Smart app installed then you will need to use the Windows Play store to download and install it. The Windows app is pretty straight forward and has a simple interface for what you want to do.

    This printer also has Wi-Fi built in but since we’ve placed it near a router that option probably won’t be used, at least not yet.

    Use:

    I have to say this is one fast inkjet printer, printing documents is lightning fast and there’s barely any warm up time. Text is crisp and clear and colors turn out very vibrant even when using cheap 20lb paper “that’s the paper used in the attached picture”. I also wanted to try out the scanner to check out copy quality and was amazed how fast it copied a color magazine cover. I set the detail on high and from start to finish it scanned and printed a full color copy in 28seconds, “that’s fast for a color inkjet”. The copy of the magazine in some areas came out clearer and in the original cover, especially the motorcycle helmet and how the colors stand out.

    We’ve printed multiple documents and some photos and the most noticeable difference from our older 1st gen 90 series model is this one is way faster. The 9025e also has two paper trays so you can either double up your paper stock or have two different types “copy paper/photo paper, or copy paper/envelopes”. The upper tray “#2” already has the guides set up for envelopes which makes it very convenient if you are printing letters and want to include the envelope printing at the same time.

    I’ve also installed the HP Smart app on our phones, and after setting up the HP account so the printer can be accessed anywhere I tried printing a couple PDF documents, “worked perfectly” and a picture of a Hibiscus plant in our back yard, well the picture looks like it was professionally printed and you can’t make out any lines in the print from the inkjet process. I even used non HP brand generic glossy photo paper “loaded into the top tray” for this and the results were excellent, “you can see the attached photo of the magazine cover and flower” although you really have to see in person how well these came out.

    We don’t send or receive many faxes but it’s a nice option to have when needed. I did a test fax to a friend of ours fax machine and it worked perfect even with using a VOIP box “which can be tricky at times” and he was able to send it back without a hitch.

    Conclusion:

    With HP+ and the automatic ink refills for 6 months I know we are going to be doing a lot more printing than normal. Their plans start reasonably cheap “around $5 a month” you get 100 pages a month “more than we usually print”, and there are plans that get down to $0.99 a month if you are a light printer. The maximum plan for $25 gets you 700 pages per month, which should be enough for a SOHO or everyday small office. And in the end, instead of a cartridge running out during an important print, the printer will have HP sent out cartridges as soon as they start to get low, “can’t beat that if you are like me and always forget to order cartridges”

    With the speed this printer prints at and the convenience of being able to print/scan both sides automatically this printer has filled in all the gaps that were missing “and features we wanted” from our old printer. So if you are looking for a full featured printer that can print, scan, copy, and fax this is going to be the AIO printer for you.

    Apr 23, 2021 23:58
  • Review by ghirsh02, 10 out of 10
    A solid workhorse

    I have been using HP Inkjet printers for years and have been fairly satisfied with the performance and quality of their printers. I currently own a Officejet Pro 8710 printer and love it. Having never seen the HP OfficeJet Pro 9025 All-in One printer as it was sent to me as a pre-release item to be reviewed, I was expecting to see another version of my 8710, but this printer was altogether different looking. I has a much more business like appearance similar to the HP Officejet Pro 7740.

    Setup was fairly straightforward. After removing the packing materials and powering on the printer, I opened the front and installed the ink cartridges. I downloaded the HP Smart app to my phone following the included instructions. Evidently this printer is so new that you have to download a new, yet to be released version of the smart app. From the software you select add a printer and the app walks you through the process. Within 10 minutes, the printer was up and running. The display asked me to do a scanner alignment which first prints an alignment document which you place on the scanning bed. The small screen prompts you to continue and quickly performs it’s alignment.

    Now for the specs:

    Much like any decent all-in-one, the HP Officejet Pro 9025 can print, copy, scan and FAX. It prints up to 24 ppm black, up to 20 PPM Color. This beats my Officejet Pro 8710 by 2 pages per minute. It can do 2 sided copy and scan and has optical character recognition capability. It also has two 250-sheet input trays which is excellent (my 8710 only has 1. The output tray can hold up to 100 sheets. Based on these specs, it seems more equipped for heavy duty office work rather than occasional home office use. My one gripe is the 2.75” screen (I had to measure it diagonally since the spec wasn’t listed in the printer setup materials or on the box). The screen seems small and it is a little hard to read at certain angles.

    Performance wise it did very well. I know it is only 2 PPM faster than my current printer, but it seemed a lot faster. It also seemed a lot mor sturdy while printing without the swaying my 8710 seems to do when printing lines of text. As expected, the print quality is excellent, both in black and white and color. Litter to know bleeding occurred even when printing a photo on regular printer paper.

    This printer is also “Instant Ink” ready. HP Instant ink is a plan you can sign up for that charges a fee based on the number of pages you print each month. The printer sends ink level information to HP, and when the printer runs low on ink, replacement ink cartridges are shipped to you. You do not need to purchase replacement ink cartridges from retail stores when you are enrolled in HP Instant Ink. I have never signed up for this service, but I can see it being good if you do a lot of printing.

    I am very impressed with the quality and performance of the HP Officejet Pro 9025. Since it is not a released product as of this review I have no idea what it costs, so I can’t give an opinion on it’s value proposition is, but it is a solid performer.

    Feb 28, 2019 21:16
  • Review by TechBuyer, 10 out of 10
    The Best AIO for the Price

    HP has always been a strong competitor in the AIO market and the OfficeJet Pro has always been near the top of the line.

    Its a larger unit but still small enough to fit on a printer hutch, in a corner of a small home office, but large enough to handle a solid amount of auto-feed scanning, a full A4 on the scanning glass, and half a ream of paper in the printer tray.

    A few years ago HP made their printers Smart enabled literally with their HP Smart app. This has been good and bad in my opinion. For mobile devices on the same wireless SSID it makes printing simple, but for wired devices or multiple mesh network SSIDs (ISP and home mesh) or connected to different routers, this can be a bit of a nightmare if you don't know how to port forward or bridge different IP ranges across multiple routers. Anyways, that's a different story to tackle.

    Overall an AIO is an amazing device, it will make previously tedious paperwork, printing, scanning, documenting much less tedious. Its amazing for anyone running a Small Office or Home Office, anyone who does a lot of online sales and shipping, and it is an absolute lifesaver when it comes to major life transactions like buying a house. The combination of being able to scan, print and upload directly documents directly from your computer is an amazing time saver and probably a big reason places like Kinkos no longer exist.

    In terms of set-up, I highly recommend using the wireless setup. I wasn't able to get the printer detected using the LAN. Make sure whatever device you use to set-up is on the same SSID and VLAN if you have multiple. Also, for any windows based devices like laptops and desktops, once you've setup with your phone and the mobile HP Smart App, you can very easily just add the printer via IP.

    I previously had the HP OfficeJet Pro 9025 and the 9025e looks to be an incremental improvement with slightly faster printing and scanning. The touchscreen also seems to be more responsive, but otherwise the two units look identical. I will end up moving the 9025 upstairs and connecting it to a different wireless SSID so we have better coverage and flexibility in the house. Great to see the 962 is the same cartridge system being used.

    Lastly, this printer includes 6 months of HP+ which is a subscription ink program that offers free ink in the first 6 months and 1 year additional warranty. You really want to see how much you actually print, but for our household we typically don't print that much, especially in color, so we probably won't keep the subscription. If you print a lot however, this could be a really handy feature.

    Overall, you can't go wrong with these HP AIO and this is best-in-class and does not burn through ink as fast as previous lower-end units I owned did. Definitely recommend at this price point for the features, performance, and ease of use!

    Apr 25, 2021 23:17
  • 8.8score
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    HP
    HP - Tango Wireless Instant Ink Ready Inkjet Printer - Wisp Gray
    Description

    Built to match the way you live and designed for use with the HP Smart app, Tango helps you stay a step ahead by connecting and printing from any device, anywhere.

    11 Features
  • Works with Amazon Alexa: Ask your compatible device (separate device is required) to print custom shopping lists, to-do lists, as well as a variety of coloring activities and crossword puzzles.
  • Works with Google Assistant: Ask your compatible device (separate device is required) to print your Google Calendar, templates for custom calendars, and checklists, as well as select activities and word games.
  • With Tango you can print free photos: Only on HP Tango - print free photos, up to 5" x 7", from your smartphone when you enroll in HP's Instant Ink service1.
  • Prints up to 11 ISO ppm* in black, up to 8 ISO ppm* in color: Generates documents quickly.
  • Be sure you have the right cartridge: Enter your printer's model number into the Ink and Toner Finder to find compatible cartridges.Get started ›
  • Ideal for home use: Offers excellent print quality for photos and documents, accepts a variety of paper types and sizes.
  • Wireless and mobile printing capability: Connect this printer to your computer easily with built-in Wi-Fi. Plus, print from your smartphone, tablet, and other mobile devices with the free HP Smart app or Apple AirPrint.
  • Up to 4800 x 1200 dpi (dots per inch) color resolution: Its high resolution allows producing incredible quality and detail in documents and photos. Up to 1200 x 1200 dpi when printing in black only.
  • One black and one tri-color print cartridge: Three dye-based inks produce vivid color in photos, and the pigment-based black ink produces crisp text.
  • Standard paper handling: Up to 50-sheet input and 20-sheet output capacity.
  • Dynamic Security: This printer uses dynamic security, which may be updated periodically by firmware updates. The printer is intended to be used solely with cartridges using only original HP electronic circuitry.
  • 8 Most Useful Reviews
  • Review by TECHBEENGOOD, 10 out of 10
    Sensible, convenient, compelling printer choice

    HP Tango: I’m probably like a lot of people in the ways I use my printer. I often want to directly print from my phone/tablet. I don’t want to think about the process or whether the ink level is adequate. I want my recipes, or directions, or photos of my family . . . now. The HP is a success for me. It has SMART features (Voice Activation via Alexa/Google/Cortana, Print/Scan from anywhere), which I didn’t find necessary for my purpose, but you may find useful. In the final analysis, the HP manages to be sensible, practical, convenient, and attractive . . . all while generating great looking photos and documents.

    SETUP: EASY. The directions are on one heavy stock card, and a (simple) 2 page brochure. Plug in, turn on, download the APP for your phone (Google or Apple) and the LED colors on the front of the Tango let you know where you are in the process. I also installed my printer on my MacBook Pro (OS10.13) with no difficulty. After I finished the printer prep, everything went well. Paper feed is the more reliable gravity feed, which should minimize paper jams or misses. I had one misfeed, and a printer icon notified me. The printer knew which page needed to be reprinted.

    PRINTING: FLEXIBLE and RELIABLE. Printing from my phone was very simple. I chose the TANGO printer after selecting which picture I want printed. I EDIT (crop / color, etc) in my photo App first, before sending to the printer.

    You can directly SELECT the TANGO printer or you can select HP SMART which gives you a few more printing controls. The former appears to default to your last print setting of copies, paper size, and B&W/color. HP SMART allows you to modify copies, print quality, grayscale, paper size. and paper type.

    Photo printouts are fairly slow under BEST quality; standard paper (B&W) printouts are quite fast.

    PHOTO QUALITY: VERY GOOD. The results are pretty, colorful, frameless (up to 5x7”) photos which looked like the quality my local photo processors (pharmacies/stores). However, I can go back and apply special effects, or crop more closely, or choose to print more . . . seeing the results immediately. I used heavier, high gloss print paper to get my best photo results. Even 8.5x11” color prints were bright, contrasty, and flawless using HP’s 3-color+black system. Be mindful of the resolution of your originals . . . blowups of low resolution images will soften. Can you get better color with more expensive, multicolor (5, 8,10) ink cartridge printers? Of course, but not at this price. The Tango is so easy and reliable, it is easy to get addicted to printing out your trips, your kids (and especially grandkids). Oh, and it prints out B&W documents, full color documents, with very nice and readable text.

    COSTS: FLEXIBLE, maybe even a bargain. This brings us to the very interesting HP INSTANT INK supply options which help you ensure your printer is ready when you are. I’ll summarize here, and add that this is my first time seriously considering subscribing to an ink supply program. . . because it looks like it could save me money.

    The PRINTING PLANS: Occasional Printer, $2.99/mo (50 pages/mo and you can roll over 50 pages ); Moderate printer, $4.99/mo (100 pages/mo and you can roll over 100 pages); Frequent printer, $9.99/mo (300 pages/mo and roll over 300 pages). But, prints UNDER 5x7” from mobile devices aren’t charged against your plan!!! Let me repeat . . Photo prints up to 5x7 inches printed from your iOS or Android smartphone or tablet are free.

    SUMMARY. HP is the sensible, convenient, compelling printer choice in the low priced ink-jet printer category. It’s even attractive in a modern, compact, non-techy way, so it fits into any home.

    Oct 04, 2018 11:44
  • Review by Kris, 8 out of 10
    Small, streamlined & connected

    The Tango printer is small with a very minimalist, clean-looking case. The only things in the box are the printer, ink cartridges, power cord.and 3 info. cards; a quick start guide, a guide to what the different-colored lights on the printer mean and setup info for the automatic ink ordering feature. There is no traditional software to load but you do have to install the HP Smart app on every device that you want to print from. At least I think so. The app guides the setup process. With the app installed I first opened an email on my iPhone and tried to print and it went right through. Next test was a word document on my PC. The computer couldn’t find the Tango even though they were on the same Wi-Fi network. I went to the Microsoft store and downloaded and installed the HP Smart app onto my PC and the document was able to print with no issues. It’s a bit annoying to have to use an app to access the printer settings but it’s the only way as there are no buttons on the Tango except for “power” and “WI-FI”. Not really a big deal, just different than I’m used to. Print quality is good and with the app installed on 2 iPhones, 3 iPads and 2 PC’s every device was able to print to the Tango. The Tango doesn’t have a scanner bed but you’re supposed to be able to scan by taking pictures of what you want to scan and sending it to the Tango, which then converts them to PDF but that’s not something I will do. I’ll stick with my dedicated scanner as there are better saving/formatting options available. I appreciate the size and look of the Tango and the app, while a tad inconvenient to install on ALL devices that will need printing capabilities, is simple to use and allows access to all settings and function options. It’s probably a good deal as the monthly charge seems very reasonable at $2.99 for 50 pages/month up to $9.99 for 300 pages/month but I declined to enter the Instant Ink program. I’ll buy ink as needed instead of a monthly subscription as my printing needs vary greatly from month to month. All in all, the Tango is a lot of printer in a small package and will certainly meet the needs of most home/home office users. 1 star off for no function buttons on the printer, app install on every device and lack of instructions. I know the instructions are available online and some users appreciate the app-only function control but call me old fashioned.

    Oct 04, 2018 17:58
  • Review by SL7977089, 10 out of 10
    Slim shape. Fast printing. Easy to use

    I like the HP approach to make a printer that is basically made for portable devices. As everybody know now, most of us (people) are using portable devices (phones and tablets...) more than wired devices like desktops. Most of the time when you get one of these wifi enabled printer, you may still need the help of a computer to do most of the tasks (installations, management, ... etc) With this Tango printer from HP all the functions can be done easily using your portable device. I used my iPHone X to setup this one. The iOS recognized that I am trying to add a device to the network. It took care of it for me automatically. I didn't even had to enter my WiFi password or anything. After installing the app, I was able to check the printer status, change and modify the settings, print photos from my phone and also use some camera related functions like scanning and making copy. The file explorer for the printer can retrieve printable materials from your phone or from other on the cloud services (Box, Dropbox, Google Drive, ...) Printing speed was fairly fast (tried couple images) with very good quality on regular paper type. The good thing about this printer (I was surprised) that it also support Instant Ink program. I have another HP printer (Envy 4520) that I am using with Instant ink for years now. It helps not worrying about ordering/buying ink supplies.

    I am not fan of Alexa, Siri or Google voice commands. I am kind of old school. I bet somebody would like to have this feature on their devices. I am sure I will be messing with them later this weekend. I like to be on the updated side.

    In summary: Small package (acceptable size for a printer), nice design (user friendly), relatively a quite printing and fully compatible with mobile devices. Old style printers (not supporting mobile devices) will become obsolete soon I guess.

    It would be perfect, for this Tango, if it was completely wireless... No power cord required unless for charging.

    Oct 04, 2018 12:19
  • Review by Selva, 10 out of 10
    Compact & Stylish Printer with Instant Ink Feature

    HP - Tango Wireless Instant Ink Ready Printer is very easy setup. It came with printer, power card, one black and one color cartridges along with quick setup guides. I have downloaded HP smart app in app store and setup was done less than 5 mins. It automatically detected the printer and connected to home network quickly. After installing the cartridges, it automatically did the alignment. It was one of the smooth and best installation experience.

    During setup, it will ask to sign up HP instant ink (two month free trial if you sign up during setup) with various monthly plan options starting as low as $2.99 per month with 50 pages. You can select the plan depending upon on number of prints per month. If ink is getting low, it automatically order the ink for you which is really convenient.

    I like the compact size of this printer and it has very stylish look. The LED colors are very useful to indicate the status of printing. It also indicate if there is no paper in phone app as well on the printer. I have installed the software in my PC and able to print without any issues. If you print 5x7 photos, it is free and it does not count to your monthly page limit. I was able to print the document from google drive from phone.

    The print results are really good and i did print a photo with the samples provided with printer. I was amazed with the quality of photo print. The Tango printer is very easy to use and very convenient to print from anywhere. This is one of the best printer i have ever owned. Please sign up for HP Instant ink and you will never worry about running out ink.

    I highly recommend this printer for home and office use.

    Oct 08, 2018 22:34
  • Review by hannahg, 10 out of 10
    THE. COLLEGE. PRINTER.

    This printer is THE college printer. I am a grad school student and have limited space, but need resources printed and this was PERFECT! and the price point was really good too!! I love the look and cleanliness of the printer, and i can’t even describe how easy it is to set up and use with the app. You can print, fax, scan documents all from your phone!! I definitely would recommend being gentle with it because I worry that one drop on the floor and it’s dead, but if you take good care of it, it seems to run really well!

    Sep 03, 2021 17:56
  • Review by Mirvana, 10 out of 10
    Fantastic little basic printer

    I have to say that my wife and I both LOVE this printer. It was extremely easy to set up and is so compact that we were able to put it down in an empty shelf in our reading room. However, it’s got an extremely handsome design that’s very minimal. Honestly, it’s so sleek that I’d almost prefer to have it sitting out somewhere since it’s so aesthetically pleasing.

    Setup does require you to download the HP Smart app. However, once you’ve completed setup, you can delete the app and still use the printer through AirPrint on Apple devices. I can’t confirm whether or not that’s the case with Android devices.

    I would highly highly recommmend this printer. We just got a much more expensive printer from a different brand that has been terribly unreliable (always loses connection with our network). This printer was a breath of fresh air. Good work HP.

    Oct 07, 2018 13:00
  • Review by Zaid, 10 out of 10
    Take my 5 starts

    Wow! This smart printer is cutting edge, every single feature in it works perfectly. Compact size, paper tray, indication light, power brick is eleminated finally, printer app on smartphone is well created and responsive. I like the idea of being free of having my phone or tablet or computer connected to the same local wifi in order to order print and take advantage of features of the printer. HP came up with this smart compact printer to eliminate all the headache where I can print from anywhere at no limits. I tested it by turning off my wifi on my iPhone and select print from anywhere and just like that “done” magically and also I can scan documents or pictures from its application on smartphone that allows the smartphone camer to open up and do the scanning and send it to printer directly, Also I like the design of the app is friendly designed and easy to use. HP printer icon shows the status of where you are printing from whether its local wifi or cloud based “anywhere” so happy with this smarty printer.

    Oct 04, 2018 10:48
  • Review by Samrio, 10 out of 10
    Awesome Easy to Setup Printer

    If you're looking for a small printer, that's semi-portable, prints great quality pictures and documents, and has a great app experience, buy this one!

    I unboxing was an experience in itself. This printer is really nice looking, and is packed very well! It comes with two ink cartridges (black & color), and a bottom tray that stores the printed paper tray neatly underneath.

    Setup was a breeze! All you need to do is install the HP app (scan the QR code on the inside of the box for a quick link launch), plug the printer in and power it on(don't need to have the cartridges in yet), and then connect the printers broadcasted WiFi connection (shows up as HP Tango and some numbers).

    Once powered on, you'll see a nice light show from the LED lights hidden behind the front casing, and hear some light audible tones. The LED's won't blind you, and the tones aren't loud enough to be annoying, just sound like a relaxing chime (you just have to hear it).

    If you have an iOS 12 (not sure about 11) device for the setup, your iPhone will actually walk you through the "Accessory Setup" and connect the printer to your WiFI network with a push of the button.

    Once the accessory setup is done, you can use the HP App, hit "Add Printer" and it connects quickly! You can see the status of your printer, and adjust settings from within the app (such as renaming it). What I really liked, was when I launched Google Chrome browser on my Mac, it immediately identified that the printer was Google Cloud ready! When I confirmed my desire to register it, the printer printed an instruction sheet, and the panel on top of the printer began to display some indicator lights. You just have to tap the "i" button when prompted.

    This printer was very well thought out and designed. It's one of the smallest, quickest, and nicest printers I've ever owned. It is just a printer, with a great experience, so don't expect to use it as an All In One. This is great for minimal documents, or avid photo printing!

    If you're looking at this wondering, is it worth it! Yes it is!

    Oct 05, 2018 15:00
  • 8.8score
    31
    HP
    HP - Neverstop 1001nw Wireless Black-And-White Laser Printer - White
    Description

    Don't worry about toner — with the HP Neverstop 1001nw Laser Printer get up to 7x more pages than inclass laser printers before your first toner reload and up to 5,000 pages of toner right out of the box. Features like fast black-and-white printing, easy mobile printing, and the HP Smart app — the first mobile print app to simplify scanning and reduce time. Get consistently superb prints and up to 2.5x more pages than in-class HP Toner cartridges with the Toner Reload Kit (sold separately). Stay connected from virtually anywhere with this monochrome laser printer's wireless networking. Plus, this all-in-one wireless printer has up to an 84% smaller environmental footprint, so you can get business done with the environment in mind.Prints up to 21 ISO ppm* in black.

    8 Features
  • World's first cartridge-free laser printer: This reloadable laser printer offers fast black-and-white printing at 21 ppm, wireless capabilities, a 150-sheet paper tray, and a mess-free toner refill experience for ultimate productivity
  • Up to 7x more pages in box: With up to 5,000 pages of toner included, you can print up to 7x more pages than in-class monochrome laser printers before your first toner reload
  • Reload with more toner, for a lot less: With the Toner Reload Kit (sold separately), get up to 2,500 pages worth of Original HP Toner — up to 2.5x more pages than in-class HP Toner cartridges
  • The best-in-class mobile print app, HP Smart: Simplify printer set up and sharing with all your devices so you can instantly print, scan and copy with whatever device you have on hand
  • Wireless printing: The Neverstop Laser Printer keeps your office connected with built-in wireless and ethernet capabilities, and lets you print from your smartphone or tablet without a network using Wi-Fi Direct
  • Less than 1 cent per page: This wireless laser printer comes with up to 5,000 pages of toner in the box — up to 7x more pages than traditional, in-class laser printers
  • Eco-label certified: The environmental-friendly Neverstop Laser Printer is ENERGY STAR 3.0 certified with an 16% smaller environmental footprint than other printers in its class, saving carbon emissions related to consuming 28 gallons of gas
  • One-year limited hardware warranty: Get help with 24-hour, 7 days a week free Web support
  • 8 Most Useful Reviews
  • Review by gadgeTT, 10 out of 10
    Compact, Great Prints, Easy Set Up, Economical

    Pros:

    * Compact and attractive design.

    * Very cost-effective and easy toner refill.

    * Extremely easy wireless setup.

    * Clear toner level display on front.

    * Basic but useful control panel.

    * Wired and wireless networking.

    Cons:

    * Odd paper cover makes it difficult to see input paper level.

    My Review:

    This is a really nice mid-duty monochrome networked printer. There aren’t a ton of frills; no duplexing, no color, no multifunction, etc., but what it does do is print in monochrome really well. The basics are all there; WiFi and Ethernet for networking, a basic control panel for notification when something needs attention or to cancel a print, etc. It’s relatively fast and quiet for a printer in this class, too.

    What sets this printer apart is HP’s newest design for toner. Unlike other printers where you replace an entire cartridge to get more toner, this one stores the toner in a tank that isn’t intended to be removed and replaced. Instead, when it does come time to “refill” the toner, you buy what looks like a huge syringe and squirt the toner into the printer through a hole on the top. In theory, this is far less waste, less garbage and much lower cost. Out of the box, it’s preloaded with enough toner for about 5000 pages. I don’t yet know what a refill for this printer will cost, but I’d be really surprised if it’s not a lot less than a standard toner cartridge.

    There’s also a nice gauge on the front for the toner level and how many “refills” it can handle.

    Setup was incredibly easy on my Mac. I downloaded the recommended Mac app and followed the instructions to get it up on WiFi and connected. The app worked surprisingly well and took less than 5 minutes. It also set the printer up for AirPrint on my iOS devices, so that one easy setup did it all.

    The only thing that didn’t pleasantly surprise me was the removable paper cover for the input tray. I’m not exactly sure what it’s for; perhaps to make the front look nicer or to keep the input paper from getting dusty? Regardless, it hides the paper so you can’t see how much you have left until you get the “paper empty” warning. It also doesn’t slide on or off very easy. Perhaps a design improvement would have had a little window on it to see the paper level?

    Anyway, the basics on this printer are well-covered but the real benefit for these NeverStop printers is that toner replacement system. It’ll take a while to go through the built-in 5000 pages worth of toner, but when it comes time to add more, I expect it’ll be fast, easy and much more cost effective than other models.

    Mar 29, 2020 16:42
  • Review by Sophia, 6 out of 10
    Quality Document Printing with Few Cons

    The HP Neverstop Laser 1001nw is a black and white printer, great size - fits nicely on my desk, great for printing documents, essays, and anything that doesn’t involve needing color. Document/text printing quality looks great. The blacks are deep and this printer offers good greys as well. I did print some photos from a word document and they had banding on them so I do not recommend this printer for printing photos even just on regular paper.

    Setting up this printer via the provided USB cable worked quickly. I wasn’t able to troubleshoot the printer to establish a wireless connection on my desktop even after connecting it to my network via the HP Smart app. It is possible my router isn’t close enough to the printer. The USB connection works great, though I was hoping I didn’t have to use up one of my USB slots on my desktop computer. This HP printer did not need any software to print. It’s connected to a Mac.

    The literature that comes with the printer suggests the HP Smart app for mobile devices, and you may also need to get HP Print Service Plugin app. Setup on mobile only took a few minutes and printing via mobile was quick. Upon connecting HP Smart through to my Google Drive, I found I cannot print Google Docs, but I can print PDFs.

    A couple of things I didn’t like about the printer itself, unrelated to the printing quality: the paper tray cover and the noise level.

    - The paper tray cover isn’t the easiest to put on and when it’s time to add paper, the cover piece has come off all the way. I’m used to printers having a pull out drawer tray or a lift top but the cover has to be removed all the way when adjusting the paper in the tray.

    - I did find this printer to be noisy, it makes a grinding sound when it starts printing. It’s possible that this is unique to the one I got.

    Overall, this printer does it’s job. I’m docking two stars for the few cons I found: trouble with wireless connection, noise level while printing, and extraneous paper tray cover. But at the end of the day the printing quality is what’s most important and this delivers good quality.

    Mar 28, 2020 15:33
  • Review by vrs99, 10 out of 10
    Great Design - Fast - Excellent Prinitng

    The HP Neverstop Laser printer arrived in quality packaging, typical HP. Upon taking the printer and accessories out discovered it to be very minimalist, the printer, USB cable, two documents, two paper management accessories and a power cable.

    Printer Setup, seven basic steps, was quickly accomplished and as smooth as any printer I have setup. Only caveat is setting the paper-length guide in the paper input tray could be explained a bit more clearly, but once I got it was as simple as 1-2-3.

    Connectivity, Network and Wi-Fi setup:

    - Printer includes a RJ45 Ethernet port for wired. Ethernet 10/100 Base.

    - Wi-Fi 802.11 B/G/N

    - First attempted to use android phone with HP Smart app, could not get the Wi-Fi connected. Had same issue last time I attempted using HP Smart app from my Android device to setup up Wi-Fi.

    - When app fails you are instructed to use a laptop or desktop to connect…. What if you just have a mobile?

    - Switched to windows 10 laptop and HP Smart app no problem setting up Wi-Fi – very intuitive program, feature rich.

    - Mobile Printing Support; Apple AirPrint, Google Cloud Print, HP Smart App, Wi-Fi Direct printing, and Mopria certified.

    Operations and observations:

    - Fast printer rated at 21 pages a minute.

    - Typical noise level warming up new print job, after that smooth.

    - Comes with 5000 pages worth of toner in the printer, ready to go out of the box.

    - Cartridge free - refillable cartridge. This surprised me with experiences with messy older laser systems. Specs say it will save 60% on future toner reloads.

    - 32mb of memory – not upgradeable.

    - 150-page input tray with 100-page output tray.

    - Duplex printing supported.

    - Handles up 8.5x14” paper.

    - 14-27 lb. paper

    First impressions, I really like the printer’s size, simplicity and design for the intended role in a Home Office, Office or Students Desk. Power cord does not have Power Brick, big plus for me.

    What is good, warms up quickly and print speeds are lighting quick, the print output is extraordinarily sharp. What is remarkable is so much great printing in such a small box. Love it.

    Mar 30, 2020 15:49
  • Review by Zaid, 10 out of 10
    Incredible fine printing

    This HP Neverstop laser 1001 offers high-quality print wand saving, it is able to print 5000 pages of printing with the included toner as described in the user manual in the box. Compact size and well-designed. this printer is cartridge-free and has self reload toner using an injection-shaped reloading kit. Great product!!

    Mar 22, 2020 03:32
  • Review by Chizuko, 8 out of 10
    Works well for basic document and article printing

    We—the two students and remote workers of our household—ordered this printer to assist with screen burnout and note taking on long articles and reports. We had chosen this model for its simplicity (it needs to serve one purpose: print black and white pages efficiently) and wireless printing feature… and so far its' done it's job well. It's also compact enough to fit in a shelf. Would recommend for anyone who needs to print many pages for review or to save their eyes.

    Oct 09, 2020 15:47
  • Review by amarks94070, 8 out of 10
    Quiet laser printer with a small footprint

    I picked up this Neverstop 1001nw as a replacement for a shared family color inkjet printer that was at the end of its life. My home office has both a high-end color laser printer and color inkjet printer so I just needed something for the family upstairs to be able to do some general-purpose printing.

    What drew me to this printer is their claim of up to 5000 pages of printing right out of the box. I've only had it for a couple of weeks so we'll need to validate that claim later. Setup was super simple and super quick. It took me all of 15 minutes to get it put together and plugged in. The printer has a really small footprint which is perfect for what I need and where I need to put it.

    It took me about 5 minutes to get it connected to my wifi network using the included USB cable plugged into my MacBook Air. Configuration was done via browser wizard. Printing is quick, the printer runs really quiet, and the print quality is what I would expect for a laser printer of this complexity and at this price point.

    Apr 08, 2020 16:55
  • Review by Josh76, 10 out of 10
    Fantastic, no fuss printer

    I am doing a lot more printing at home now and the normal inkjet printers just aren't cutting it for me any more. I needed something more reliable for bulk printing, fast, easy to use and economical. This HP Neverstop fits the bill.

    - Set was simple. I plugged it in, download the HP Smart App, easily connected the printer and within minutes I was printing. I love that I could connect it to my network on the app and not on a tiny screen like most printers

    - Speed. This thing is fast. Minimal lag time when printing from my laptop or iPhone.

    - Quality printing. My printouts look terrific, clear, no bleeding and deep blacks.

    - Small footprint. I love that this printer takes up less space than most laser printers. Doesn't overpower my bookcase.

    - 5,000 pages! That's amazing, it's going to be a long time before I need more ink and when I do it will be easier and cheaper with the printers refill process.

    I have nothing bad to say about this printer, best laser I've used at this price point.

    Mar 26, 2020 17:29
  • Review by computerboy, 10 out of 10
    Recommended with reservations

    The typical scenario is that when you buy a printer, the toner or the ink cartridges may end up costing more than the original investment (of the printer) that you made, especially with less expensive printers. Then a few manufacturers came out with inkjet printers that use continuous feeding ink system – you simply pour some ink into the container (tank I suppose is the correct word for this), and that is it. Other companies have gotten on the bandwagon and they work well enough for most people who print a lot.

    Nothing like that has happened to laser printer until now. If you grew up using a laser printer, especially the older generations, the toner normally came (and still do) in one piece. The drum and the toner (in one unit) is replaced when the toner runs out. Years ago people had the brilliant idea that the drum lasted longer, so why not drill a hole and simply fill it with more toner powder. Well, it didn't always work – until it started to be done professionally.

    The shiny drum is removed and refurbished – and put back together. The rest of the printer has parts that last much longer – a fuser (that heats the toner and fuses it to the paper to make it permanent) lasts almost as long as the life of the printer itself. The rubber rollers do, as well. Before those parts wear off, it is almost time a user replaces it. But if it is an office printer which is made to work harder, and made to last much longer, those parts are replaceable professionally, and the printer keeps working. That is how you can buy a refurbished HP printer that may have been made a couple of decades ago.

    So somebody at Hewlett-Packard thought – instead of throwing the entire a toner cartridge away once it is empty, why not let the user fill it up with more toner powder? The drum inside lasts 20,000 pages, and each toner powder container is sold for about USD15 and supposed to go for 5000 pages. A simple calculation tells you that you can fill this thing three times before you replace it (the drum.) The drum is USD75, plus USD45 (for 3 toners), it comes down to USD120 for 20,000 pages. It is less than a penny a page.

    So you know, the drum is exposed. If you pull the entire cartridges out of the printer, don't let a strong light shine on it. (as it is light sensitive.) And don't touch it either – you have smudges all over your pages (say, fingerprint) if you do that. Think of it as the sensor of your digital camera – leave it alone!

    To be fair, when they said each toner can last 5000 pages, it is a relative term. You don't print a solid black page and expect it to last 5000 pages before the toner runs out. How they measure it, what I have heard, is typically a business letter (text-only) that is how they estimate how long the toner will last for each fill. So please keep that in mind. It is just like gas mileage estimation that is given by the car manufacturer. You don't exactly get 25 miles per gallon, do you?

    Setting up the printer is not difficult – as long as you have some experience with a computer. My platform is Windows, and I just went to the website to download their installer (they call it an app.)

    https://support.hp.com/us-en/drivers/selfservice/hp-neverstop-laser-1000-printer-series/22955787 the link here is for windows 10 64-bit. And you could choose other operating systems here, as well. This printer supports Windows 8.1, Windows 8, Windows 7, and Windows Server. If you have older Windows, it does not work with it. For Mac users, it goes as far back as OS X 10.11. It even supports iPhone and android phones, too.

    If you want to use this as a Wi-Fi printer in your house or office, HP highly recommends that you install the program for this printer with a USB cable. Actually, it's mandatory! (Thankfully it comes with one.) The reason is that there really is no buttons or screen on the printer to initiate such a connection to the Wi-Fi. (And this is the reason why you need to know a bit about a computer to set this up successfully for a Wi-Fi connection.) Once the driver is installed for the USB hardwired connection, you choose the Wi-Fi (only 2.4 connection, not 5, which is faster, connection), then you disconnect the USB cable, then you are guided to uninstall the driver, and the next step is that you choose the available printer connected to your Wi-Fi. Easy as pie! (This is the moment I think a lot of people may not be able to follow if they don't pay absolute attention.)

    Ones that were printer is connected to your Wi-Fi signal, installing the driver on another computer becomes very easy. As long as the computer and the printers on the same router/Wi-Fi, you will be able to locate it.

    There are many settings available but there are not quite easy to find. But nevertheless, the default settings are absolutely fine for most user. They actually is a setting so the fuser will either be hotter or spend longer time burning the toner to the paper so it will not smudge off. I think this is the same thing as printing on thicker paper or labels.

    Otherwise the output is like a typical laser printer. It is good enough. This is not a printer to print photos – let alone in color. It will be halftone looking like newspaper. So don't complain when you want to print a snapshot that you just took and is not in color.

    You can hear the printer prints – that is for sure. I don't think it's loud enough to wake anyone up, but it is not silent and I don't expect it to be. Just like a typical office machine. It makes some noises.

    Now let me point out certain things you need to know.

    It is very unfortunate that they did not make this printer capable of doing duplex (both sides.) The added hardware to do this is simple enough, and it adds so much value to a printer and many people choose their printer based on this function. Am I being unfair when I say it is an oversight. (There is a manual duplex which means you turn the paper over and put it back in the tray. I cannot say I will enjoy that.)

    The paper tray feels a bit flimsy—the cover, that is. You cannot put the entire ream of paper (500 sheets) into the paper tray. If they market this for a small office, i.e. multiuser, this is another oversight that is unfortunate. (Who likes to get up twice a day and fills the tray?)

    While I am at it, if you want to print an envelope, you have to remove the entire stack of paper, and inserted the envelope into the paper tray. Why didn't they think of the secondary, manually-fed tray for this?

    Somebody asked me how I thought about the way the printer looks. I told my friend that this is not a dress – and I don't care if it's pink, yellow, blue or black. As long as it works, that is the only reason I will buy and use it. But if you asks me about its appearance, I would say it is “handsome.”

    If you could put up with these idiosyncrasies, I do recommend this printer for those who wants to or need to use a black-and-white laser printer inexpensively. This is the first of its kind – but don't wait long, other manufacturers would jump on the bandwagon, too. You will certainly save quite a bit of money with this printer vs. other laser printers that are currently available. If you are a student, and you have to print a lot, (as long as it is not in color), this is a very good deal.

    (They have a different model that has the scanner sitting on top. You can do one page at a time, it does not an auto feeder. If you need occasional scanning and copying, that model will be a better buy.)

    Apr 23, 2020 14:11
  • 8.8score
    32
    HP
    HP - OfficeJet Pro 8025e Wireless All-In-One Inkjet Printer with 6 months of Instant Ink Included with HP+ - White
    Description

    The HP OfficeJet Pro 8025e delivers increased productivity with fast speeds and custom mobile shortcuts. It includes the optional HP+ Smart Printing System that keeps itself up to date, secure, and ready to print from virtually anywhere at any time. Optional HP+ system requires an HP account, internet connection, and use of only Original HP Ink for the life of the printer.

    9 Features
  • Best for small businesses and home offices: Print professional-quality color documents like forms, reports, brochures and presentations
  • Key features: Fast color print, copy, scan and fax, plus 2-sided printing, mobile and wireless printing, and an auto document feeder
  • HP+ Smart Printing System: The optional HP+ system enables your printer to think ahead so it's more secure, more productive and ready when you are. Requires an HP account, internet connection and use of only Original HP Ink for the life of the printer.
  • 6 free months of Instant Ink & an extra year of HP warranty: when you activate optional HP+ and Instant Ink when setting up your printer. Only with HP+.
  • Fast print speeds: Print up to 20 pages per minute in black and 10 pages per minute in color
  • Dual band Wi-Fi: Self-healing Wi-FiTM automatically detects and resolves connection issues
  • HP Smart app: Print, scan and copy from your phone—from anywhere. Get advanced features for 24 months with HP+.
  • Security essentials: Protect sensitive data with basic encryption, password protection, Wi-Fi security and document protection. Get enhanced cloud-based security features with HP+.
  • Ink delivered before you run out: Never run out of ink with an optional Instant Ink subscription. Try free for 6 months with HP+. Credit card required; change or cancel anytime
  • 8 Most Useful Reviews
  • Review by Jamie, 8 out of 10
    Setup Paper Jams

    Noticed a few reviews about paper jam errors during setup, this happened to me too and was about to return product. I finally discovered that the black wheels inside arrived at an angle. It seemed correct since they were tight however after some persistence to fix this error, they tell you to pull up the blue piece to check wheels for paper, while that is open, I managed to press the whole wheel mechanism down more into place so that the black wheels were no longer at a slant (mostly the right side was up too high.) They should be level along with the blue handle, which also arrived at a slant. Hope this helps the next person who encounters this problem on a new, out of the box printer.

    May 04, 2020 01:41
  • Review by billr920, 10 out of 10
    Network Reliability

    The printer connected to my network immediately. All devices sent print jobs with no issues. I also used the HP app to finish set up. Printing speed is decent. The email function works good. HP has also stepped up internal security for this printer for better performance. The touch screen is very nice, has good response to touch. There are audibles with different uses. The printer acknowledges when a sheet of paper is inserted into the auto feed and the touch screen responds. Color tone Is good, but not fantastic. I consider this to be more of a great office use printer. There is no SD card slot. It does have USB, Ethernet and Fax Ports. The paper feed tray works better than previous HP printers that I have owned. I would have preferred a more rounded edge designed housing, instead to me, It looks like a big square block and very heavy. Over all I think this is a very good printer, has been very reliable so far. HP offers 300 pages per month printing for the first few months at no charge when you sign up for the instant ink program where you choose a set price per month to receive ink as needed that will kick in when the initial period ends. I would recommend this especially if you need a work horse.

    May 26, 2019 21:47
  • Review by SirGalahad, 8 out of 10
    Does it all

    SETUP:

    Setup was relatively simple. Once you install the ink cartridges it will notify you that you need to install the HP Smart App to finish up. You can use your cell phone, tablet, or PC to do this. I used my Smartphone and it connected to the printer via Bluetooth and then I was able to setup the wireless from there along with everything else. It walks you through all the steps to finish up including a few optional ones. By doing this you also get a year extended warranty (for two years total) and you have 7 days to sign up for 6 months free of HP+. Which is a neat program explained below. Overall, I had no issues with this part of the setup or getting things to work.

    I then tried to setup the printer to my PC and ran into some issues. Again, the application is required to get the printer to work which is a bit frustrating. The application had a hard time finding my printer and it wasn’t until I rebooted my printer that my PC was able to find it.

    BUILD QUALITY:

    This printer is large, and you’d expect it to be heavy, but it isn’t. Which can be considered a pro or a con. The entire thing is made from plastic (for the most part). But I didn’t notice much creaking or issues and in general it feels solid and well built. The trays feel alright and I would prefer them to be a bit more solid and smooth. The touch screen works better than my previous printer and is a bit more intuitive, but I still think they could improve the OS to be better as it is still clunky and doesn’t feel like a modern device. But that is me being picky.

    SPEED/PERFORMANCE:

    They report that it can print 20 pages per minute of normal documents and 10 pages per minute for colored documents. Scanning appeared to be quick. I don’t have a phone line, so I didn’t test the fax. The legibility of the text that is printed is an 8/10. Since it comes with multiple ink cartridges (blue, yellow, _, and black) the colors also look good. But I found that images had a bit of blur to them. This improved with higher quality paper. But if you are wanting amazingly crisp print jobs I’d keep looking. Overall, the performance is right where I’d expect for this price point. I didn’t find it too be too loud. There is also a quiet mode which takes longer to print but reduces overall noise.

    HP+:

    You have 7 days to redeem 6 months free upon completion of setup. The maximum number of pages you can get per month during the free trial period is 700 pages. It allows you to choose a specific number of pages you plan to print each month and then charges you a set amount per month for it. Prices seem reasonable. If you don’t use all your pages, it can roll over into the next month. They only send out ink (with free shipping) when the printer itself registers it is low, so you are never out of ink. They also report that this is cheaper than buying retail ink and that it comes with more ink, so you refill less often. You can decide if that is just marketing or not. This entire service can be a pro or a con depending on how you feel about signing up for yet another monthly subscription to something. But I’d imagine if you are someone who prints a lot that this would be greatly appreciated, and you’d likely save money.

    FEATURES:

    As indicative of the name it is an All-In-One Printer. Which means that you can print documents (1 sided automatically but 2-sided if chosen), scan documents, and fax documents (if you have a phone line connected). You can also print either from your PC or from your phone/tablet. I printed multiple things from my phone and PC without any issues.

    Apr 07, 2021 08:48
  • Review by vrs99, 8 out of 10
    Great All-in-One for Home or Small Business

    HP has changed style from the standard black All-in-One (AIO) printers to a three-tone color scheme of white, dark grey and light grey. The new décor is very pleasing to the eye, fits nicely in our son’s room.

    The size is perfect for a home office or home print station (SOHO) compared to a large office AIO. The HP Officejet Pro 8025 is a very capable AIO as well, printing, copying, scanning and photo printing performed brilliantly for a package this size. The 8025 will perform well in a small office that has less demanding printing jobs. Have connected the printer to all our home devices and will use as a backup to our larger HP AIO office printer if needed.

    Photo Printing knocked my socks off, lovely rich colors and definition of a ceremony picture we had taking of our kid. Very nice.

    Panel

    - Flip up design for easy viewing, nice.

    - Bit small but adequate 2.7” Touchscreen.

    - Easy navigation – full explanation on downloadable user guide.

    - Tap on the “?” on the home screen will bring up a help screen which includes “How to Videos”, to cool.

    App

    - HP Smart assists you in the setup, scanning, printing, sharing, and managing the HP printer. Share documents and images simply through email, text messages, cloud and social media services, i.e. Google Drive, Facebook, iCloud, and Dropbox.

    - Android app is full featured for printer management.

    - Printing from Android, Chrome devices and iOS.

    - Google drive printing - kid loves this feature for printing school projects/papers from home or school.

    - Supports Print from Anywhere.

    Networking

    - Almost to simple to add to network. Windows 10 PC’s can scan the network and install printer and launch app if you want.

    - Connections: 1 Ethernet; 1 Wireless 802.11b/g/n; 1 RJ-11 Fax.

    - Was the simplest, easiest and quickest network setup of any printer I have used.

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    Full feature faxing (with contacts) scanning and copying capabilities.

    Paper capacity is impressive for small office printer:

    - Paper handling input, standard 225-sheet input tray, 35-sheet ADF

    - Paper handling output, standard 60-sheet output tray

    - Legal paper

    - Envelopes

    - Photo papers

    - Double sided duplexing

    Monthly duty cycle 20,000 pages

    4 print cartridges (1 each black, cyan, magenta, yellow)

    The HP 8025 is rated with the best for cost of operation, that is Big Plus in a smaller footprint printer!

    The HP Officejet Pro 8025 gives you the features and capabilities that are found in much larger AIO systems for less cost and fits nicely into any SOHO environment.

    May 26, 2019 16:54
  • Review by TechMatcher, 10 out of 10
    Smaller & quieter yet full of features!

    I've been an HP printer fan for....well forever. My previous printer was the HP OfficeJet Pro 8610 - which has been a tried and true printer, scanner, copier and fax. However, with some updates to my desktop and laptop computers - I have had GREAT DIFFICULTY scanning to my PC from these older HP printers.

    Enter the new HP OfficeJet Pro 8025. First thing I notice is the new printer is about 40% smaller. That helps on my desk space. Next, it is quieter than my previous model. Third, it's a new and modern (two tone) design. Fourth - it scanned to my PC on the first attempt, and worked flawlessly! That alone is the WINNING ticket!

    So far - I'm very impressed and will be setting this as my default printer next week.

    May 16, 2019 22:37
  • Review by VADarkstar, 2 out of 10
    A Clumsy Vending Machine For Ink Cartridges

    Everything about this printer is an embarrassment for HP.

    Physically, it is noticeably larger than HP printers with similar printing capabilities from years ago.

    The paper tray is quite small (especially for business printing) and HP has redesigned how you load papers into the tray - it is wholly unintuitive.

    Above the paper tray is an extending plastic platform designed to automatically reach out to catch your printed pages so that they don't shoot out onto your floor. Even when I printed the initial alignment page, this mechanism failed to engage.

    There are no ports on this model for memory cards to print from. Admittedly, this is not being marketed as one of their photo printers but I don't understand how documents from memory cards are not part of office printing necessities.

    During setup, this model immediately identified the included ink cartridges as official HP ink cartridges. A little bit of research alerted me that this printer will only accept genuine HP ink cartridges.

    It will not allow you to print in black ink alone if your color cartridges are empty or are not installed.

    Scanning, faxing, copying, and printing times are average. Nothing stellar. Document printing and color printing (including photo printing) are average. Nothing stellar.

    What does work? Their instant ink program - an ink subscription service (their "Ink Of The Month" club). Everything about their service is well defined and clear.

    But in an new printer era where they will need to compete with other printers with HUGE non-cartridge ink reservoirs, please take a look at the size of the cyan cartridge that fits this printer in the attached picture below.

    For a machine that is clearly being marketed as a source of ink cartridge sales, you can find other models with more or better features for WAY less money.

    There is no way that this can be an economical purchase for home or office.

    Apr 17, 2021 16:01
  • Review by HPfan, 10 out of 10
    Great performance; bad instructions

    This is another great all in one from HP as far and performance. The only criticisms I have are that there was no clear direction to remove the tape over a very small symbol for wi-fi. Could not get the copier to work; the directions in the paperwork and online were useless and so I kept getting a general error message. Took me a long time to figure it out. Also, the model and serial number tag is SO SMALL, I couldn't read the information even with a magnifying glass. Took me several tries to get what I hope is the correction information. I have never had an HP product like that before, and I have had printers and computers!

    Jun 03, 2021 13:35
  • Review by HPOfficeJetPro8020, 6 out of 10
    Faulty Printer

    This printer after a year stopped printing in color and only now prints and copy in cyan and or red. Faulty multi printer/fax/scanner

    Dec 12, 2020 14:18
  • 8.8score
    33
    HP
    HP - Smart Tank 7001 Wireless All-In-One Inkjet Printer - White & Slate
    Description

    The HP Smart Tank 7001 makes printing seamless from start to finish for the whole family with a high-capacity ink tank and wireless connectivity. Create outstanding-quality color documents at a low cost with up to two years of Original HP Ink included in the box.

    13 Features
  • Seamless home printing from start to finish: Fast printing with up to 15ppm Black and 9ppm Color, plus automatic two-sided printing.
  • Fully loaded with savings: Get up to 8,000 color or 6,000 black pages of Original HP Ink included in the box.
  • Join HP in protecting our planet for the future.: Reduce plastic waste. Get up to 8,000 color pages or up to 6,000 black pages with Original HP ink bottle refills.
  • ISO Speed:: Black: Up to 15 ppm; Color: Up to 9 ppm
  • Print Resolution:: Black (best): Up to 1200 x 1200 rendered dpi; Color (best): Up to 4800 x 1200 optimized dpi color when printing from a computer and 1200 input dpi
  • Scan Resolution:: Hardware: Up to 1200 x 1200 dpi; Optical: Up to 1200 dpi
  • Copy Resolution:: Black (text & graphics): Up to 600 dpi; Color (text & graphics): Up to 600 x 600 dpi
  • Standard Connectivity:: Hi-Speed USB 2.0; Wi-Fi; Bluetooth LE
  • Mobile Printing Capability:: HP Smart app; Apple AirPrint™; Mopriacertified; Wireless
  • Duty cycle:: Monthly (letter): Up to 5,000 pages
  • Display:: 2-Line LCD with Smart guided Buttons 2.0 x 0.4 in (50.8 x 10.16 mm)
  • Paper Handling:: 250-sheet input tray; 100-sheet output tray
  • Compatible Cartridges: HP 32 90-ml Black bottle, HP 32XL 135-ml Black bottle, HP 31 70-ml Cyan bottle, HP 31 70-ml Magenta bottle, HP 31 70-ml Yellow bottle
  • 8 Most Useful Reviews
  • Review by ITJim, 10 out of 10
    Plain looking w/a great back end experience

    Initial impressions:

    Visually, the HP Smart Tank 7001 All-in-One printer is one of the most plain and unassuming printers I have ever owned. Different shades of crème and grey an HP logo an interesting appliance does not make. The LCD is small without touch capability. There is a power button, two-sided ID card scanner button, color copier button, monochrome copy button, Wi-Fi toggle button, printer information button, down arrow resume button, and an X button that cancels whatever function the printer is executing. The paper tray accommodates 100 sheets of paper. The paper tray will also accommodate everything from 4x6 to 8.5x14. Finally, the high-capacity ink tanks have slightly transparent windows that allow you to check the ink levels.

    The 7001 was designed to be a fast, high volume office printer. Who cares what it looks like just as long as it does the job it was intended to do? And it does its job well.

    Setup:

    The reference guide will walk you through the initial printer setup.

    Setup took me about 30 minutes from start to finish minus the time it took me to unpack. Setup includes filling each ink tank using the included bottles of HP branded ink, priming the system, installing the black and color print heads, aligning the printer, loading HP Smart, and setting up Wi-Fi. There is no RJ-45 jack to hardwire the 7001 to your network. There is a USB A port on the back so you can directly connect the printer to your workstation.

    Printer calibration is the easiest calibration of any printer ever! I would kiss the engineering who put this together if I could. Typical calibration is printing out pages of color boxes, lines, and text that you is visually inspected and then reported back to a software driven calibration wizard. Some calibration prints are so small that the only way you can work with them is using a high-powered magnifying glass. HP, in its wisdom, chose to let the high-resolution build in scanner do that work for you. The printer printed a calibration page, I placed it on the scanner, pressed a button, and presto-chango the printer is magically calibrated! Thank the heavens and thank you HP. I cannot express enough gratitude for this feature.

    Part of setup is installing HP Smart. HP Smart includes your printer drivers, cloud services, and supply store.

    The 7001 is feature packed, integrates with a home or office network with little effort, and is integrated to HP Cloud platform through your HP Smart or HP Passport account. There is a lot going on here for such a simple and plain looking printer.

    Printing:

    Print quality is dependent on your content. Text prints, color or black and white, are crisp and easy to read. I did not notice any artifacts around the letters. Time to first print was just a few seconds. Not the fastest I have seen but still fast enough. Copies of text documents, bills, invoices, and marketing material with about 25% ink coverage are also very crisp and clean. Though, the color of the copy may not 100% match the original. Business documents with embedded graphics such as images, graphs, and charts were also reproduced with no issues. Excel spreadsheets also looked great. Essentially, if this printer is purely for school, general office work, or high-capacity printing then the 7001 should be on your short list.

    I ran into some issues copying high gloss images with high color saturation. In my case, I copied the cover of Eaglemoss’ Battlestar Galactica Shipyards book. For some reason, this gives all printers a hard time. I copied the book cover in both color and monochrome. I got a lot of vertical and horizontal scan lines. The color saturation was good, but color reproduction was inaccurate. Crimson turn to orange and blacks turned to shades of grey.

    As a second and third test I scanned the book covers for Battletech Total Warfare and a glossy from inside the book. Again, color saturation was good. But, unlike my last test, there were no printer lines or distortions in the copy. In the end, you may need to experiment with what works and what does not.

    Scanning:

    Scanning is clean and accurate. I had no issues capturing a perfect reproduction of my subject. The scan cover only opens and closes. The hinges will not expand to accommodate something tall like a book. The cover needs to remain in the vertical open position when scanning large objects. The scanner light also blinks every few seconds when the scanner cover is open. I do not know why.

    If you frequently scan multi-page documents, then you may want to upgrade to the 7301 that comes with the automatic document scanner. If your scanning needs are modest and typically limited to a single document, ID card, or other single use scenarios then you will find this scanner to be sharp, accurate, and adequate. There is also a feature in HP Smart that purports to remove scratches and other imperfections in your scanned document. I have not had the opportunity to try this feature yet so I cannot report on its quality.

    Finally, I cannot scan an image directly to a computer from the HP Smart Tank 7001 interface. I find this disappointing but it is not a deal breaker for my uses.

    Copy:

    Coping single pages is easy. Place the page on the scanner, press either the color or monochrome button, and then the 7001 will print out a copy. Press either button multiple times and the printer will copy the image as many times as you pressed the button. If you need to cancel the job then press the X button and the printer will spit out the unfinished page and cancel the job.

    Color accuracy is not 100%. This is most noticeable with deep reds such as crimson or deep blues like ultramarine blue. For example, crimson red is more orange than red when copying my test book cover. This could be an issue for those of you who require color accuracy. For example, your business is selling deep red roses and you need to print marketing materials that reflect photographs of those roses. This is not the printer that will give that level of accuracy. But, if you need to print a report with a pie chart that includes a red wedge then this printer is accurate enough to get the job done.

    HP Smart:

    HP Smart is what connects your mobile life to your HP Smart Tank 7001. I downloaded HP Smart to my Windows 11 laptop from the Microsoft Store. I also downloaded the app to my iPhone from the Apple App Store. The app gives me full control over the printer, the printer properties, the printer network configuration, the ability to scan a document directly to my phone, mobile faxing capabilities, direct printing capabilities from anywhere in the world using any device I have HP Smart installed on, secure printing, and a bunch of other stuff I have not yet dug into. This is a digital cloud solution for your mobile printing needs. This takes an otherwise unremarkable printer and super charges it with a backend software package with features normally reserved for an enterprise network.

    You can do remote printing, mobile faxing, mobile scanning, adjust print settings, add additional HP printers to your network, create shortcut and storage locations for files, images, and faxes, and invite other people to your HP Smart cloud. One very useful feature is Secure Print. HP Smart will hold your mobile print jobs until HP Smart confirms that you are next to one of the printers that are part of your HP Smart network before releasing the job for print. HP Smart accomplishes this by using the location services of your phone and the built-in location services of your printer to confirm you are near an HP Smart printer that is part of your HP Smart network of printers. Yes, I said network of printers. This means you can setup multiple HP Smart printers in multiple geographical locations and print to any one of them.

    HP Smart app also gives you direct access to printer settings such as Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, DNS, IPv4 and IPv6 settings, passwords, and other features including Quite Mode.

    Everything else:

    Filling the ink tank is billed as clean and spill proof. Except, you have to remove the cap of the HP ink bottles, remove the foil seal which exposes the entire bottle to your room, and then put the cap back on. If you accidently mishandle the bottle when removing the foil seal, or accidently bump it, then you have ink all over your room. In all honesty, the foil seal is unnecessary. HP should simply remove it all together. The bottle is already sealed and airtight. Just get rid of the part and the step in the filling process. Maybe HP will improve this in future bottle releases.

    Filling the tanks using the flip-top bottle top is easy, clean, and fast. The bottle opening has a rubber seal that does not open until you insert the spout from the tank into the bottle. Wait a minute and the tank is filled.

    The print heads are user installable and user replaceable. It is far cheaper to replace a print head than it is to replace a whole printer. This saves me money. This is a no brainer.

    HP needs to address the battery killing features of HP Smart mobile. The app will want to continue to update and perform services in the background when not in use. You can turn background service off which will save your battery. But, you will also miss out on the services this provides.

    Final Thoughts:

    This is a solid home office/small business printer. It is plain looking. The combination of the 7001 capabilities and the cloud power of HP Smart creates a compelling case to invest in this flexible, mobile All-in-One solution. The 7001 does not have all the convenience of other All-in-One solutions at this price point like automatic document scanning, smart card readers, or LCD touch screen controls. But it ticks enough boxes to put this on my short list of solutions.

    Nov 04, 2021 20:23
  • Review by nhtechie, 8 out of 10
    Great print quality and ready for 1000s of pages

    A pretty hefty printer/scanner/copier tri-combo that offers faxing through an HP service.

    This is something like my 3rd printer review and every time I get a new brand, I see the differences - both good & meh.

    TL;DR for my frequent readers and details below.

    Pros:

    Lots of printing

    Crisp prints

    Crisp scans (via HP Smart App)

    Multi OS use (iOS, Android, Windows, Mac)

    Cons:

    Small screen isn’t back-lit

    Long and cumbersome setup

    Mandatory ‘power off’ after 2 hours - unable to be configured otherwise (firmware fix soon maybe?)

    Meh:

    Have to power it on before every use

    Ink bottle refills could be a problem for those with dexterity issues

    Special Handling Instructions

    Setup:

    Unwrapping all the components that were protected during shipment is common for new printers. One of the interesting parts for this printer were the ink tubes that I had to pour ink into ‘tubs’ of sorts, instead of using cartridges. Then, I saw - there were cartridges too! So, we had 4 bottles (see pic) and 2 cartridges (see pic).

    Using the HP Smart App on an Android phone, it walked me through the setup, each step of the way because I didn’t want to ‘wing it’ and screw something up. After around 30 minutes of setup, I was ready to start printing.

    First on the list to print from, was iOS. I loaded the App on a 2019 iPad and got to playing. Easy printing from within Gmail and Chrome. Whether it was single or double sided, the ink dried quickly and no messes encountered. Next, a Chromebook - no problem there & Google docs print-outs for homeschooling went without a hitch. Adding the printer in Windows10 auto (with permission) installed the HP App so I could manage the functionality without a web browser.

    One thing I got used to with another brand was auto-wake-on-print. It powered off after 2 hours but would turn itself on when it got a print job; that’s not the case here.

    After installing it, I can only imagine that a firmware update happened that locked the printer up, because it had to have the plug pulled as no button pushes would wake it up; thankfully in the week I’ve been using it, it only happened once. A down-side to it, was I was working in dim light and the screen doesn't have a back-light, so I had to get a flash light to see the status on the screen that seemed to be frozen.

    Scans were great, nice and crisp. I even scanned a box of my latest favorite earbuds (that you can get here at Best Buy) which required the lid to be open; uncropped and attached to the review.

    Do I recommend it? Sure! Do the Cons/Meh really detract from the review? Nah, it’s more to let you know my feelings - it doesn’t take from functionality or quality.

    Nov 10, 2021 18:37
  • Review by dustinw, 10 out of 10
    Easy to use and very quick

    I'll just start with saying this printer is very fast. I was impressed at just how quickly it prints. Setup was very easy. I started with setup on my desktop, and the app walks you through the process with illustrations to make the process even easier. I set up my phone shortly thereafter, which went very quickly, since I had already done the first-time setup on the computer. Adding the ink and printheads was also a simple process. I was somewhat worried that I'd be spilling ink everywhere trying to fill the printer, but HP has these very nice ink bottles that you put into the fill area and it presses the bottle open and drains it into the printer. It is very easy, and doesn't spill a drop. I also appreciate the added precision of the alignment process that checks it's work after you print the alignment page, by having you put it on the scanner so the printer can double-check itself. Pretty smart stuff. You can also set the printer to receive print requests from anywhere online, as long as you have the HP app. This is actually great for us, since we have 3 different WiFi networks that we use, and we don't have to make sure that we're on the same one as the printer to be able to print things. There's also a unique feature that allows you to set stuff to be picked up only when your close with your bluetooth device (like your phone) that verifies it's you. Definitely a cool idea, especially if you're printing anything with sensitive information.

    Overall, this printer is an excellent choice for anyone looking for a smart, fast and easy to use printer. It also seems like it will be much more economical using the ink refills rather than cartridges as well.

    Nov 01, 2021 13:07
  • Review by PhillipB, 8 out of 10
    HP great when it works.

    I have been a long time HP fan and user.

    Setup was easy after I had a snafu at the beginning. Will explain later.

    Use of Android app took about 15 mins to setup.

    Mobile printing was a snap. Will gripe about their mobile printing later as well.

    Speed of printing was good.

    I spit out 2 or 3 - 8x10 photos for my kid for fun and it barely.made a dent in the ink.

    So here are my 2 gripes.

    1) Printer came with carriage head jammed. It was saying E4 code which was paper jam with no paper. I called tech service and within 20 seconds and figuring out what happened and I jammed the head. I told HP tech service they should put better shipping controls on the carriage so if shipper drops i, it won't get stuck.

    2) HP mobile printing is hot and cold.... It works then it does not work on Android. I suspect that it is because not Android app having issues with updates and security patches but it has been frustrating on that end.

    When it works it's great, when it does not it is not good.

    So if HP can just get this to be fixed permanently I would give it 5 stars. But because I have had this problem more than once in recent previous products. I can't.

    Oct 31, 2021 01:26
  • Review by PG460, 10 out of 10
    No More Ink Cartridges

    I have used HP printers exclusively for over 20 years. I’ve used other brands at work but always felt that the competition was somehow lacking in comparison. Most recently I’ve been using an HP laser printer. Great product for printing text but it’s not a color printer. Needing color printing capabilities I was excited to try the HP Smart Tank 7001 Wireless All-In-One Inkjet Printer.

    Unboxing was a breeze. Within you’ll find the printer, power cord, manuals, a black print head, a tricolor print head, and 4 bottles of ink including a black ink, a yellow ink, a cyan ink, and a magenta ink. The black ink bottle is 135ml while the color inks are 70ml. With all this ink, you could actually hear the ink bottles sloshing around in the box. Enough ink to print up to 6,000 black and 8,000 color pages. With average printing it’s enough to last two years. Now that’s impressive! The printer itself is a white and slate color with a square minimal modern design. I like it. I was somewhat disappointed by the quality of the scanner lid which seems surprisingly thin and unsubstantial.

    After removing the packing material I was eager to setup the Smart Tank 7001. The manual simply directs you to download their app at the provided link. You can also scan a QR code to quickly navigate to the software. After app installation you are prompted to connect the printer to WiFi. With the press of a button on the printer and the entry of your WiFi password the printer was connected. What a breeze. The HP Smart Tank 7001 supports dual band wifi 2.5ghz and 5ghz. The app next prompts to setup an account. If you’re an HP user already you can just login. Afterwards the app directs you to fill the ink reservoirs. One would want to be careful during this process so as not to accidentally spill the ink. The ink bottles are all nicely sealed in shrink wrapped plastic. You need to remove an inner seal under the bottle’s cap then you’re ready to fill. To fill the reservoirs you simply insert the ink bottle’s spill proof cap onto the reservoir fill cap and gravity does the rest. You repeat with each color until each bottle is empty. The app next walks you through install the black and tricolor print heads. At this point you’re directed to load paper. The paper tray holds up to 250 pages while the output tray holds up to 100 pages. The printer then printed a print alignment page which you then scan to complete the alignment process. After alignment, the setup was complete and you’re ready to print. At this point you’re prompted to send the software link to other devices in your home. I easily installed it to two desktop computers and had them print ready in a matter of minutes. I compliment HP on a great setup experience in simple step by step app. No need to be intimidated.

    Specification wise the HP Smart Tank 7001 is fantastic and supports print, scan, and copy with borderless printing capabilities. Print speed is 15 ppm for black and 9 ppm for color printing. The HP Smart Tank 7001 also supports duplex printing. Up to 1200 x 1200 rendered dpi Black printing and up to 4800 x 1200 optimized dpi color when printing from a computer and 1200 input dpi. Scan resolution is up to 1200 x 1200 dpi and copy resolution is up to 600 dpi. While you can setup the Smart Tank using USB 2.0, I particularly love the wireless printing capabilities of this printer which include Apple AirPrint; Mopria certified; HP Print Service Plugin (Android printing); HP Smart app; Wi-Fi Direct Printing. With these you can easily print from your phone or tablet while in the yard, while lounging on your sofa, or from across the country. When printing documents for work the black print quality was fantastic. Color photos on photo paper came out looking very high quality. Scanning was fast and results were great. Copies were very nice.

    The HP Smart Tank 7001 is a solid performing, full featured, and economical all in one printer. No more cartridges! Highly recommended.

    Nov 07, 2021 19:34
  • Review by TheHodster, 10 out of 10
    Ends Frustration with Cartridge Based Printers

    About 3 years ago, I just about gave up on in jet printers. They were expensive to operate because of their never ending need for expensive ink cartridges and they were extremely frustrating because it seemed they were always out of ink whenever I wanted to print an important document. But I gave it one more chance and bought an ink jet printer (from another manufacturer) with refillable ink tanks. Since that time, I have printed thousands of pages without adding any ink and my opinion of ink jet printers has completely changed.

    The HP Smart Tank 7001 All-in-One is one of HP’s entries into refillable ink tank printers. It has an automatic document feeder and is capable of printing up to 15ppm black and 9ppm color. It comes with enough ink to print 8000 pages color or 6000 black pages.

    In actual operation, the 7001 was fast and quiet and printed well over wifi from my PC, tablet, Iphone, and Android phone. The were no paper jams and after printing a couple hundred pages, I could not see any reduction in the ink level.

    If you are looking for an ink jet printer from a dependable company that in the long run will be more economical and much less frustrating than a cartridge based printer, I would highly recommend the HP7001.

    Nov 04, 2021 19:45
  • Review by SciFiFan, 10 out of 10
    Excellent money saving color printer

    HP has been making high-quality printers for decades. They used to work under the premise of selling the printer at a loss and making up for it with overpriced cartridges. Those days are over. HP Smart Tank printers use large volume ink bottles. The black, yellow, magenta and cyan inks are poured into tanks on the printer. The printer holds 70ml (2.36oz) of each of the 3 colors and 135ml (4.56oz) of black ink. Full bottles, not trial or sample size bottles, are included with the printer. That’s enough ink to print 6000 black & white pages and 8000 color pages. Replacing all 4 inks costs about the same as a single ink cartridge, but gives you a ton of printing. It can print up to 15 pages per minute in black and up to 9 pages per minute in color. One thing unique to the printer, compared to others that I have owned, is that the printer has removable/replaceable printheads. That makes it easy should you have to clean them or replace them.

    What else is there to like about the printer? Plenty. Setup is simple using your smartphone, tablet, or computer. You can print to the unit via 2.4/5G dual-band Wi-Fi, Wi-Fi Direct, Bluetooth, and USB cable. You can easily print from your Mac, PC, tablet, and smartphone. It has automatic duplex printing so you can print on both sides of the page, reducing paper usage. It offers borderless printing and has a 100 sheet output tray, and the input tray can hold up to 250 sheets or 30 card stock pages. It can print images up to 4800x1200dpi with input images of up to 1200dpi. I’ve printed numerous photos and find it produces very photorealistic prints. They look more realistic to me than those produced by my Brother and Epson inkjet printers, which tend to over saturate the images.

    It has a nice single-page, color scanner and can scan at up to 1200x1200 dpi and 256 levels of gray. You can make copies, reducing/enlarging from 40% to 400%. It features a nice id copy feature allowing you to copy both sides of a card and print them on a single page. Instead of manually having to calibrate the printheads, it prints a calibration page which it then scans and adjusts automatically.

    What don’t I like about it? In this day and age, LCD touch displays are very common features on printers. This printer uses numerous physical buttons and a small 2 line monochrome LCD display. Instead of relying on codes and pictures, it would have been nice to have a larger informational display with touch capabilities and color. I won’t hold that against it too much, since I love everything else about the printer.

    Overall, it’s a great printer, will save you a lot of money on ink, and prints great.

    Oct 31, 2021 15:30
  • Review by Technopackrat, 10 out of 10
    Great long term value

    HP makes some good stuff. I've got several laptops and printers made by them but I'm very put off by them forcing you to buy their expensive printer cartridges and toner cartridges. I do buy generic but that comes with a lot of trade offs. I do think the tank system is a much more economical solution. A set of ink refill bottles are only a bit over $60 and will yield about 8000 printed pages compared to a set of standard printer cartridges that can run a bit more and yield about 300 printed pages.

    Setup was a breeze with a smartphone app. The app walks you through each step, helps you connect the printer to your wifi and instructs you on how to fill the ink reservoirs and install the print heads. I was up and running and connected to my wifi in about 15 minutes.

    While I would have preferred a document feed scanner this scanner bed model will suit most of my needs. The app even instructs you during setup how to calibrate the scanner. Easy stuff.

    The beauty of this printer is that you have a clear visual on how much ink you have in each of the reservoirs. You can easily judge when you need to purchase one or many of the ink refill bottles. Heck, the ink that comes with the printer fills each of the reservoirs unlike most cartridge printers being supplied with "sample" cartridges that will get you a fraction of printed pages as compared to the standard cartridges. I'm anxious to see how long in printer shelf life is on the tank ink/print heads.

    Prints are of of very good quality, photos print crisp. This will be a good all around utility printer when I don't need my color laser.

    I'm not sure about the price point of $399 for this printer though. It might be a better value a bit cheaper... maybe $50 to $100 off as there are plenty of cartridge all in one printers out there that are cheap enough to justify the cost of cartridges but I can see this as a good long term investment.

    Nov 04, 2021 10:51
  • 8.8score
    34
    HP
    Envy 6075 Wireless All In One Inkjet Printer with 2 years of HP Instant Ink - White
    Description

    For everyone in the family. For every device. Print, scan, and copy everyday documents, schoolwork, photos, and more. Set up and connect on any device with HP Smart app, and get self-healing Wi-Fi

    9 Features
  • Connectivity & Ports: 1 Hi-Speed USB 2.0; 1 Wi-Fi 802.11ac, Bluetooth, HP Smart App, Apple Airprint, Mopria Certified
  • HP Instant Ink Compatible: Includes two years of ink delivered to your door*
  • Get everyone connected. Just like that.: Self-healing Wi-Fi™ automatically detects and resolves connectivity issues to help reduce interruptions.
  • Print then and there. From anywhere.: With HP Smart app, get high-quality scanning and sharing – plus easily make copies – from your smartphone.
  • Scan Resolution: Hardware: Up to 1200 x 1200 dpi; Optical: Up to 1200 dpi
  • Paper Handling: Up to 100 sheets input tray; 25-sheet output tray
  • ISO Speed: Black: Up to 10 ppm; Color: Up to 7 ppm
  • 2 Years of Instant Ink in the Box: Upon purchase, your printer comes with a $120 USD, (Canada $144 CAD) credit that will be added to your account. This will cover 24 months of service on a monthly U.S. $4.99 for 100 pages or Canadian $5.99 for 100 pages Instant Ink plan.
  • Dynamic Security: This printer uses dynamic security, which may be updated periodically by firmware updates. The printer is intended to be used solely with cartridges using only original HP electronic circuitry.
  • 8 Most Useful Reviews
  • Review by Schernoff, 6 out of 10
    Difficult to set up

    You have to set up the printer’s internal WiFi to use it wirelessly, but the password is only found on a network sheet generated by the printer. The fact that you need that sheet is not included in the manual. I only found it by looking at the HP support site.

    It isn’t really 2 years of free ink, either. It’s $120 toward their $5/month ink plan. Also not well explained.

    Mar 19, 2021 15:40
  • Review by Ideal, 10 out of 10
    Excellent printer.

    It's a really good deal. So far works perfectly.

    I only wish the paper tray would hold more pages, like at least 250.

    Mar 07, 2021 21:31
  • Review by Karenswims, 10 out of 10
    Nice printer, good photos.

    Fairly easy set up (although the set up was easier with the USB cable than wireless). Simple to print and the photos it prints are great. Works wirelessly with the phone so you can print a photo directly from phone to printer. so far we like it.

    Dec 25, 2020 20:29
  • Review by Dew2019, 4 out of 10
    disappointed

    This was purchased as a replacement for my HP Envy 5530 when the scanner part died.

    This one does not print on business size envelopes.

    It has daily paper jams or tears the paper as it prints.

    I am glad I bought the extended warranty from Best Buy, I will probably have to use it in the future.

    Instead of HP focusing on beeps and lights, they should just have made a straightforward printer/scanner.

    Jan 05, 2021 07:19
  • Review by AUSTIN, 10 out of 10
    another great printer from HP

    A great printer easy to set up and the print quality is very good. the wifi makes it so convenient

    May 19, 2021 13:12
  • Review by Mary, 10 out of 10
    Great to use with a Cricut Machine!

    I am very pleased with this printer. I use it along with my Cricut machine to print and cut stickers. I love the photos I print with it also.

    Jun 12, 2021 12:34
  • Review by iPhoneeasy, 10 out of 10
    Envy 6075 Wireless printer.

    Love, love, love it. What more can I say. Check it out.

    May 27, 2021 12:11
  • Review by Myprinter, 10 out of 10
    Envy printer

    It is great printer and scanner. Like that is is wifi. Can put it in different rooms of the house

    Feb 07, 2021 13:33
  • 8.8score
    35
    HP
    HP - LaserJet Pro M404dn Black-and-White Laser Printer - White
    Description

    Winning in business means working smarter. The HP LaserJet Pro M404 printer is designed to let you focus your time where it's most effective, helping you grow your business and staying ahead of the competition.

    14 Features
  • Prints up to 38 ISO ppm* in black: Generates documents quickly.
  • Be sure you have the right cartridge: Enter your printer's model number into Ink and Toner Finder to find compatible cartridges. Get started ›
  • Ideal for high-volume printing: This laser printer handles large volumes quickly and at a low cost per page. Toner (powder) is used instead of ink, so you get smudge-free images and text.
  • Mobile printing capability: Connect this printer to your home or office network with built-in Ethernet. You can also print from your mobile device with the free HP ePrint app or Apple® AirPrint.
  • Apple® AirPrint enabled: You can use it for Apple iPad® and iPhone® printing.
  • Compatible toner: This printer works with HP 58A and HP 58X families of toners.
  • Print speed: Prints up to 40 ISO ppm* in black. First page out: as fast as 6.1 seconds in black.
  • 1200 dpi (dots per inch) for excellent print quality: Medium resolution allows producing sharp text, even at 6 points or smaller,