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HP Color LaserJet Pro M283fdw Wireless All-in-One Laser Printer, Remote Mobile Print, Scan & Copy, Duplex Printing (7KW75A), White, Model:7KW75A#BGJ
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- Big multifunction performance with high-quality color: This wireless all-in-one printer features print, copy, scan, and fax versatility, fast print speeds––up to 22 ppm, automatic two-sided printing, and a 50-page automatic document feeder
- Print remotely with the HP Smart app: Set up your LaserJet printer, manage print jobs, receive notifications, and print and scan on the go with HP Smart––HP's best-in-class mobile print app
- Save time with customizable shortcuts: Eliminate steps in repetitive tasks and organize documents 50% faster directly from your mobile device using exclusive office features in the HP Smart app
- Strong security: Help protect your HP office printer and sensitive business data with built-in security essentials that help detect and stop attacks
- Wireless connectivity you can count on: Have confidence in your printer's connection with steady performance from dual band Wi-Fi
- JetIntelligence value: Count on Original HP Toner cartridges with JetIntelligence to enable professional-quality pages, peak printing performance every time, and protection against counterfeits with innovative anti-fraud technology
- Wide range of paper support: This color laser printer works with letter, legal, executive, Oficio, 4x6 in, 5x8 in, A4, A5, A5-R, A6, B5, B6, 16K, Postcard, Double Postcard, Envelopes (No. 10,B5, C5, DL, Monarch)
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Print in color and from mobile devices, and get wired and wireless networking with this versatile all-in-one.
Simplify jobs with the color touchscreen, auto document feeder and two-sided printing, and save energy with Auto-On/Auto-Off technology.
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|Connectivity Technology||Wi-Fi, USB, Ethernet||USB, Ethernet, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth||Wi-Fi, USB, Ethernet||Wi-Fi, USB, Ethernet||Wi-Fi|
|Item Dimensions||16.60 x 16.50 x 13.20 inches||15.70 x 18.60 x 16.40 inches||16.50 x 15.00 x 11.50 inches||16.50 x 15.40 x 9.70 inches||18.70 x 16.10 x 14.50 inches|
|Maximum Print Speed (Black and White)||22 pages_per_minute||28 pages_per_minute||17 pages_per_minute||22 pages_per_minute||25 pages_per_minute|
|Maximum Media Size||8.5 x 14 inch||8.5 x 14 inch||8.5 x 14 inch||8.5 x 14 inch||8.5 x 14 inch|
|Operating System||Mac, Windows, iOS, Android||Linux, Mac, Windows, iOS, Android||Linux, Mac, Windows, iOS, Android||Linux, Mac, Windows, iOS, Android||Windows, Mac|
|Print media||Paper (plain), Envelopes||Paper (plain), Card stock, Labels, Envelopes, Glossy photo paper, High-resolution paper||Envelopes, Paper (plain)||Envelopes, Paper (plain)||Paper (plain), Envelopes, Card stock|
|Special Features||Auto-Duplex; Network-Ready; Cloud Print Enabled; Auto-Duplex, CD-Printing, Portable; Optional HP High Yield Replacement Cartridges||Auto-Duplex, Network-Ready, Walk-Up USB Port for Microsoft Files, Compact Design, 4.3-Inch Color Touchscreen with Customizable Shortcuts, 550-Sheet Optional Paper Tray, Fast First Page Out, Simple Out-of-Box Setup, HP Auto-On/Auto-Off Technology, Easy Cartridge Replacement||Network-Ready, Cloud Print Enabled, HP Auto-On/Auto-Off Function, Optional HP High Yield Replacement Cartridges||Auto-Duplex, Network-Ready, Cloud Print Enabled, HP Auto-On/Auto-Off Function, Optional HP High Yield Replacement Cartridges||Auto-Duplex|
Get extraordinary, wireless performance and fast multifunction versatility with the HP Color LaserJet Pro M283fdw Wireless All-in-One Laser Printer. This color laser printer lets you easily print and scan from your mobile device with HP Smart, HP's best-in-class mobile print app; plus, automate repetitive tasks and organize documents 50% faster with exclusive office features in the HP Smart app. Breeze through tasks with print, scan, copy, and fax capabilities, print speeds up to 22 ppm, and an easy-to-use 2.7" color touchscreen. Stay productive with this wireless printer's 250-sheet input capacity and 50-page automatic document feeder. And, keep your office connected and protected with this HP LaserJet printer's dual-band Wi-Fi and strong security designed to detect and stop attacks.
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In doing some online research after I ordered it, I found several negative reviews on HP Laser Printers, mostly concerning set-up problems and the affordability of toner. While I waited for the machine to be delivered, I bit my nails a bit wondering if I'd made a mistake. It turns out I did, and I didn't. I was a bit worried about the size of the machine, since I wanted to place it on my desk near my desktop computer, and it looked pretty big on the product page. But it turned out to be only slightly larger than my old Inkjet printer, so it fit fine.
The set-up was a nightmare from the beginning. Following the set-up instructions, I attempted to set the printer up by myself from my PC, by downloading the set-up software from the HP website, and using just the software instructions. The software refused to recognize the printer at first, even after I went into the control panel on the machine and followed the instructions from the downloaded software. I tried this for several frustrating minutes, made more difficult by the fact that the commands I was seeing in the control panel did not match what I was seeing on my computer in the instructions. Finally, after doing a reset on the control panel and making several attempts, I successfully got the software to recognize the printer. That part alone took the better part of twenty minutes.
While the software was setting up the printer, the process took a great deal longer than I expected it to, and at more than one point the set-up on my computer screen froze. This was confusing and a little nerve wracking, because at one point the set-up said, "This will take a while" and then counted out the minutes before that step would be complete. But, a bit later, one process of the set-up gave no such indication that it would "take a while", nor did it count off the minutes remaining, and the process at that point "froze" for an extremely long time. I hate when set-up programs do that.
Finally, after an unacceptable total time almost two hours, the software said, "You have successfully set-up your printer". The software said that the setup program would make the new M283fdw the Default Printer on my computer. That didn't happen and I had to manually (through my computer's settings / control panel) make the new machine the default.
However, after all the set-up glitches, I have to say that, performance-wise, this is a great printer. With some reservations.
When printing a number of pages, the printer is very quiet and produces the pages very rapidly, more rapidly than I've ever seen in any other printer, including the professional printers I've used in the office. That is, once it starts printing. Annoyingly, when you hit the print button on your computer (in this example a Microsoft Word document) it flashes "Connecting To Printer" for 3-4 seconds before the print settings screen comes up. Then, after you've adjusted the print settings (if necessary) it flashes "Connecting To Printer" again for another 3-4 seconds. Then it starts to print.
I had to get used to the default "print on both sides" setting; that is, the default print setting is to print on both sides of the paper. This is, of course, no problem if you're just printing one page, but if you have two or more pages and want to print on only one side, you must remember to adjust it. I rather like two-sided default, because usually when I print multiple pages I want to print on both sides.
The printer has two paper trays; tray one is a single page feeder at the bottom of the machine, just above tray two, which is at the very bottom of the front of the machine. The single page feeder is great for printing envelopes quickly because you don't need to remove the tray and fiddle with the size guides; you just need to adjust the paper width guide at the opening. The second tray - the one that pulls out at the very bottom of the machine - holds a generous amount of paper – I estimate more than a quarter ream.
There is also a document feeder on top of the scanner screen. With this you can load a single document to be scanned without opening the scanner.
As mentioned earlier, one drawback is the extremely difficult set-up. I am a fairly computer literate person. While not an expert, my experience with computers and my grasp of program logic makes me a better-then-average user. And if I had difficulty setting up this printer, I'm sure than there are many people who will not be able to set it up at all without assistance. But the second drawback, and the greatest reason for my Three Star rating, is the maintenance cost.
After I got it set up, I went to the HP Store and Amazon to price the toner cartridges. The prices were the same at HP and Amazon. The printer uses four cartridges, just like most Inkjet Printers. There is a choice between regular toner cartridges and high capacity toner cartridges. The high capacity cartridges print about 74% more pages but cost about 40% more than the regular cartridges. The shocker was that the retail price of the set of four regular cartridges costs a whopping 64% of the posted price of the printer itself and the high capacity set costs 88% of the price of the machine. That is expensive. Now, I realize that the cartridges for a laser printer should far outlast the cartridges for an Inkjet printer, but that doesn't do much to reduce the sticker-shock in my book. I have a friend who has a laser printer made by a rival of HP, who tells me his toner cartridges cost about 60% of the price for the toner for this machine. When we're talking about a total in the hundreds of dollars, that's quite a difference.
So, this machine is pretty good, but difficult to set up and expensive to maintain. Therefore, I do recommend it, but with reservations. I rate it Five Stars for performance, minus Half a Star for ease of set-up and minus One and a Half Stars for maintenance price. My total rating is Three Stars.
GO WITH ANOTHER COMPANY.
Set up was minimal from start to finish. No network connection problems; smooth integration into our existing bluetooth network.
Print quality: Standard B/W printing is pristine. Color brochure printing is professional grade. Photo printing is more than satisfactory with careful application using the correct, HP recommended papers.
All total, we are SO very satisfied and glad to have made the switch from inkjet to laser!!!