HP Colour Laser 150nw Wireless Printer, White

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HP Colour Laser 150nw Wireless Printer, White
HP Colour Laser 150nw Wireless Printer, White



  • Produce sharp text, bold blacks and crisp colour graphics speeds up to 18/4 ppm (black/colour) in A4
  • Work efficiently with a small, compact printer – one of the world’s smallest colour laser in its class, the ideal fit for any workspace
  • Easily print from a variety of smartphones and tablets, get simple setup and print and scan from your phone, with the HP Smart App
  • Easily share resources – access and print with wireless and ethernet networking. Paper tray dimensions: 7.6 x 14.8 to 21.6 x 35.6 cm
  • Pre-installed with the original HP 117A toner cartridges, new cartridges deliver up to 1000 pages black, 700 pages colour

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Specification: HP Colour Laser 150nw Wireless Printer, White



Product Dimensions

‎4.65 x 4.1 x 2.93 cm, 10 Kilograms

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Form Factor

‎Print Only

Wireless Type

‎802.11b, 802.11g

Number of USB 2.0 Ports



‎282 watts

Hardware Platform


Are Batteries Included


Item Weight

‎10 kg

Reviews (5)

5 reviews for HP Colour Laser 150nw Wireless Printer, White

3.4 out of 5
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  1. D. J. Mccann

    This is probably not the best buy for the home user who prints a lot of photos nor for heavy office duties, but for modest SOHO usage including the occasional colour illustration it seems ideal. The printing I’ve done so far has been fine.
    The documents provided are minimal, but you can download a 122 page pdf manual. Having bought the printer only a few months after its release, none of the usual Linux tools recognised it and I needed a ppd file. To get that 36 KB file I had to download a 6 GB zip file, which provided me with an installation script that didn’t work and who knows what else! But CUPS accepted the ppd with no problems.

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  2. Adam Short

    It’s a great, affordable printer. Print quality is great. It’s quiet, it’s easy to set up and it does the job. It loses a star because the title (at time of review) is a lie. Don’t buy this if you’re after a multifunction printer with a built in scanner. The blurb waxes lyrical about how you can scan and print documents, but frankly I could take rubbish photos of documents on my phone without buying a laser printer, so to claim scanning as a feature when you have to use your phone to do it is a bit cheeky. Good printer, but stop the porkies.

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  3. Starry night

    This printer is very small for a colour laser printer. 12” deep, 15” wide, 8¼” high (I assume the exactness of the imperial measurements – in cms they’re less well-rounded – is due to the US brand). However, with reduced size there come certain compromises. I’m not convinced all of those made with this model were necessary.

    Despite being less than 3 feet away (nothing like the 30m/100 foot range), this took several attempts before it successfully paired with our router using WPS pairing. There was no manual option, as the printer doesn’t have a keyboard, LCD/LED display screen, or select buttons on it.

    I was initially surprised by the absence of quick start guide. But soon discovered that the chunky-looking manual is multi-lingual and includes only brief user support – 3 pages per language. The printer doesn’t come with a software installation disc, instead points the user to the HP website. Usually, I favour this. My main computer is a just over a year old iMac, and doesn’t have an…

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  4. Ambleforth

    This laser printer is certainly small so theoretically ideal for the home or small office.
    The accompanying literature and advertising promises ease of set up, great functionality at a very reasonable price.
    I could not set it up and when I checked on social media, this was a problem others had found.
    I returned mine.
    If you are thinking of getting a small laser printer, I suggest you check the independent reviews, as they are not uniformly favourable, so you can decide whether the less positive features mentioned do or do not apply to you and the way you want to organise your printing.

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  5. TB_family

    The pictures that accompany this review are from a standard print of a RAW photograph from a Nikon D7500 on plain budget A4. I then zoom in to show what the pixel density is like. Bear in mind that Amazon reduce quality of images to save server space. The photograph when printed is quite good
    I needed a printer for occasional use and had to have a small footprint. This one ticked the right boxes for me. I didn’t want an ink jet as I would have had issues with the cartridges drying up and going to waste so the laser jet was an ideal choice and thankfully this one isn’t some desk monster. Being wireless I was able to put it onto a shelf in my study and it doesn’t get in the way. It can hold a few hundred sheets of paper and the print quality is pretty good for what it is. I have printed out photographs on A4 standard paper and they are quite clean and crisp. It doesn’t look like it will take anything less than A4, but I haven’t looked that much into it as I only need A4 prints.


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