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One of the current modern technologies to penetrate the printer market is wireless. Where a Wi-Fi connection used to be restricted to the top end models of a range, it’s now becoming increasingly ubiquitous. HP’s brand-new (as of 2016), £100 LaserJet P1102w has wireless, which is complete with a button to turn the WI-FI on and also off.

This printer has really modest dimensions, primarily since it’s input and also output trays fold out just when needed. The 150-sheet input tray folds up below the front panel as well as the paper stop slides bent on the front. Smartly positioned over the primary input tray is a 10-sheet concern feeder for envelopes or special media, which is uncommon in a maker at this end of the market.

The top panel of the HP LaserJet Pro P1102w has a distinctive black inset, while the surround is high-gloss black plastic, with a little control board down the left-hand side, consisting of indications for wireless connection, errors and also power and also 2 buttons for wireless as well as task cancel.

The blue cordless sign goes off when the printer switches over to sleep setting, which is illogical, as the printer would not wake to print if the link wasn’t still active. The majority of wifi printers leave their connection light on, even when sleeping.

A tiny cut-out at the rear of the left-hand side panel takes a USB wire and a short-lived USB connection is essential also if you plan to use the printer via Wi-Fi.

Lift the top cover of the HP LaserJet Pro P1102w and you have access to the small, very discreet drum and toner cartridge, which slots down deep into the bowels of the printer. This is an easy-to-fit palatable, rated at 1,600 web pages as well as is the only consumable in the device.

HP offers 32-bit and 64-bit drivers for Windows XP, View and 7, as well as for OS X from version 10.4.

HP ranks the LaserJet Pro P1102w at 18ppm, which is a fair rate for an individual printer. Our 5-page message print took 27s, which is equivalent to a rate of 11.1 ppm, but boosting the page matter to a 20-page document took the accelerate to 15.8 ppm, which mores than 75 percent of the ranked rate.

It’s tough to create anything initially concerning the print quality of modern, monochrome printer such as theHP LaserJet Pro P1102w, as almost all suppliers have actually sussed the basics. Text at typical factor dimensions, from 10 to 12 point, shows no artefact of any kind of consequence, and is dense as well as black.

Even photo pictures, never ever a mono laser’s much-loved job, look realistic and also well outlined in the HP LaserJet Pro P1102w. While locations of sky show up a little varicolored, at the very least they’re not covered in light and dark bands, as is often the situation with affordable laser printers. The level of detail in darker locations of pictures is also much better than average, with less of the photo having a tendency to black.

The single-piece drum and also compatible black HP 85A toner cartridge can be found in simply one capacity, though HP manages to more than halve this by offering an initial cartridge good for just 700 web page, nowhere near as good as the 1,600 pages offered by Compatink with the compatible black HP 85A toner cartridge

We believe it’s just not fair to provide a brand-new HP LaserJet Pro P1102w with the lower of 2 capacities of consumable, if both are available to purchase, but to create an unique, low-capacity cartridge just to deliver with brand-new printers seems typical of large printer manufacturers who make their money on ink and toner. Why should new customers not obtain the standard return cartridge such as the compatible black HP 85A toner cartridge.

Compatinks Verdict

Overall the HP LaserJet Pro P1102w, is a beneficial, entry-level mono printer, which comes as basic with cordless link as well as prints good-quality web pages quickly. It’s relatively expensive to run however, and also costs around 25 percent more to buy than several of its main competitors. Unless you’re a dedicated HP customer, there are other devices that are solid challengers to the HP LaserJet Pro P1102w.

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