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HP LaserJet Pro M15w Printer, White

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HP LaserJet Pro M15w Printer, White
HP LaserJet Pro M15w Printer, White

£299.99

Description

  • The ideal ft for virtually any space and budget – One of the world’s smallest laser in its class
  • Ideal for business users who want to spend less energy on printing and more time on their business
  • Maximise your uptime with print speeds up to 18/19 ppm
  • Print from the cloud, scan from your smartphone, and easily order toner, with the HP Smart app
  • Speed through print jobs, using a pre-installed original HP Toner cartridge (HP 44A Toner)
  • Note: For non-Wi-Fi Direct capable mobile devices, the Wi-Fi Direct connection only enables printing. After using Wi-Fi Direct to print, you must reconnect to a local network in order to access the Internet

Additional information

Specification: HP LaserJet Pro M15w Printer, White

General
Brand

HP

Specification
Product Dimensions

‎3.78 x 1.98 x 2.22 cm, 4.73 Kilograms

Item model number

‎2M3SG67

Manufacturer

Series

‎Laserjet Pro

Color

Form Factor

‎Print Only

Processor Count

‎1

Connectivity Type

‎Wi-Fi

Number of USB 2.0 Ports

‎1

Wattage

‎210 watts

Power Source

‎210 watts (active printing), 2.2 watts (ready), 0.4 watts (sleep), 0.1 watts (manual-off), 0.1 watts (auto-off/manual-on), 0.4watts (auto-off/wake on USB)

Hardware Platform

‎Smartphone

Are Batteries Included

‎No

Item Weight

‎4.73 kg

Reviews (5)

5 reviews for HP LaserJet Pro M15w Printer, White

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  1. Jimmy Morrison

    This is a great little printer if it’s what you’re looking for: it prints in black and white only, and it will only print a few pages (say 20 at most) before heating up and cutting out – you can start again when it cools. If you want more and you want colour it’s no good. Bearing in mind these limitations, it’s a tidy bit of kit – very small and cheap, and the print quality is fine for the vast majority of letters or documents. I’m happy with it and glad I bought it. It’s alcohol cheap to run- relatively!

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  2. Mr. Martin Lee

    Here is my brief encounter with this printer.

    Having had a HP Inkjet printer in the past (HP DeskJet 895 cxi – a great printer), I decided to go for a mono laser from this known and trusted make. I have a late 2013 13″ Apple MacBook Pro running MacOS Mojave 10.14.2. First impressions were favourable, I nice compact printer that took up very little space. The print quality, when I could get it to print, was very good. There were three issues that I had with the printer that resulted in it being sent back to Amazon:

    1. Whatever I tried, I couldn’t get this thing to print wirelessly. It’s not that it wouldn’t print, I just couldn’t even get it set up for WiFi printing. To be honest, I was prepared for a certain amount of faffing around in this department as in my experience, WiFi printing is normally a very hit or miss affair irrespective of printer manufacturer.

    2. Having plugged in the supplied USB cable, I tried again. This time I would receive error dialogues telling me that there…

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  3. jhw

    Dead easy to get going over USB – just plug it in and it goes – but the WiFi is much harder. The interface has been pared to the bone, with the result that if the automatic setup with WPS fails (and it does), then you’re pretty much stuffed. The documentation is absolutely terrible – no clear starting point, or explanation of pre-requisites to make things happen.

    For the benefit of those who have the same problems. Proceed as follows: download the HP Smart App for your phone, put the printer into setup mode (another undocumented thing – disconnect USB, hold down WiFi button for 20 seconds until red triangle and power start to flash together) then start up the App and ask to setup the printer. It asks to be able to access your location (why!?!) then somehow manages magically to talk to the printer and you can give it the WiFi settings. It failed the printer setup (no explanation – programmers, you really do need to give a *reason* and not just a “failed” message) a couple of times,…

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  4. Nikos

    Having already an enormous Samsung all-in-1 mono laser printer that had got in the habit of getting paper jams every single time it printed, I was really amazed of how small this HP printer is. Yet, the installation to my desktop via the USB cable and to all my laptops via WiFi was really problem-free when carefully following the instructions.
    What I found a little hard to understand is the wireless set up, ie getting it to connect to home WiFi, as this part of its configuration could have been a little more user-friendly.
    I only printed a couple of pages, but the quality of text is just fine for everyday use. Even the grayscale output is not bad either. Also, the warming-up time is virtually zero, meaning you get the first page out as soon as you have clicked “print”.
    Finally, it is very quiet, so I don’t have to wake everybody up when printing my presentation notes early in the morning. Old Samsung went in the tip, new HP is here to stay.

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  5. Ussamah

    I’ve had this printer for 3 months and I have printed over 2000 pages.
    It was essential I had a budget laser printer with a small foot print as I didn’t want it to take up a lot of space on my desk. In this regard i couldn’t be happier. Other positives are that it prints quickly and relatively quietly, with decent print quality. After a few gremlins at the start, the wireless now works fine.
    A few negatives are that the printer overheats of you print more than approximately 40 pages in quick succession, so if you have large volumes to print this will slow you down considerably whilst you wait the 5 mins or so for it to cool down. Also, the aftermarket toners are quite expensive compared to other printers.

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