Excerpt: The HP LaserJet Pro P1102w is a basic monochrome laser printer with a few surprises, namely better-than-expected speed and Wi-Fi. Unfortunately, its pricey toner offsets its very affordable purchase price.
Tiny HP Wireless Laser Printer : HP LaserJet Pro P1102W
5 January 2011
Summary: A small wireless laser printer that cannot annoy the lounge police as it can sit in a cupboard of behind the sofa and once you have connected it to a recent PC by a USB lead everything is done automatically no need even to insert a CD.
Excerpt: Product: HP LaserJet Pro P1102w Supplier: HP MSRP: $150 Find Lowest Price @ PriceGrabber Author: Bill Date: January 21, 2011 As a university student, I require a personal printer, and settled on a similar model from HP a few years ago after seeing one in action. These printers are small, uncomplicated, and offer little more than basic single-sided laser printing. In this way, they stay inexpensive and provide a very good value.
Pros: Reliable printing, Good print quality and speed, Operating system compatibility, Price
Excerpt: (1 items) The HP LaserJet Pro P1102w is a basic monochrome laser printer with a few surprises, namely better-than-expected speed and Wi-Fi. Unfortunately, its pricey toner offsets its very affordable purchase price. Standard 802.11b/g wireless (plus USB) gives a progressive lift to an otherwise typically configured low-end laser printer. The P1102w has a 150-sheet main input area, a foldout front panel (rather than a full-fledged tray) with sliding width guides.
Excerpt: The HP LaserJet Pro P1102w is an entry-level monochrome laser printer with some added features to make it stand out. One of those features is built-in Wi-Fi for wireless printing, which is really useful in a home with many computers or a small business office. Besides that, you get pretty good text quality with speedy output.
Pros: Compact and stylish, Wi-Fi printing, Very quick printing, Good text output quality
Cons: No automatic duplexing, High toner cost, Mediocre graphics quality
Excerpt: HP had a special event a few weeks ago to launch, among other things, a new range of printers that feature what it calls HP Smart Install – plug one in via USB, and it automatically uploads its drivers to your computer, installs itself and is ready to go within minutes. Great, right? Well, if you’re the kind of person who likes your PCs in a beige box, it is. Unfortunately, there’s no Mac support for this nifty feature.
Pros: Wireless printing; auto-off/auto-on; good print quality
Cons: Smart Install doesn’t work on Macs; wireless instructions aren’t provided for Macs