Top positive review
Very good for the price, lots of features. Good for light/moderate use.
Reviewed in the United States on December 7, 2018
I bought this little HP unit over two years ago and it's seen light to moderate use in my home printing off school items, event tickets, return labels, etc. I also make pretty extensive use of the document feeder on top. This unit has 'Scan to Network Folder' capability, so you can either set up shared folders on your computer or use a NAS like I do (Raspberry Pi w/ Open Media Vault). It will also do print-from-email via HP ePrint.
It's performed very well considering other units with the same function set can run you $300+, I mainly have two small complaints:
1: The unit will sometimes lose network connectivity even though it *thinks* it's still connected - a reboot fixes the issue, my firmware is fully updated as of Dec 2018. This is probably a once-a-quarter thing.
2: When scanning via the automatic document feeder (ADF), the image will appear tilted by a few degrees despite feeding into the machine perfectly straight. Nothing gets cut off, but it's a bit annoying.
A huge plus is that it's a laserjet that uses dry toner, so you won't have to worry about any ink drying up or clogging the carriage. All in all, I'm satisfied with the M130fw. For $150, it's a good value as long as it will see light/moderate use. If you've got a full-blown home office, you will need something more heavy-duty; start looking in the $300 range.