HP LaserJet Pro P1102W
Low initial price for a laser.
Reasonably high-quality output for mono laser printer.
High per-page costs.
Low-capacity paper tray.
Low monthly duty cycle.
Low paper capacity.
High cost per page.
Manual duplex only.
By Maximum CPU on January 21, 2011
and Recommendations Overall, this is a great printer for home use. It’s small, provides basic features and a good cost of printing. Wireless networking was easy to set up and reliable. The printer as a whole is a great value for those looking to...-
By DigitalVersus on January 20, 2011
Responsiveness, print quality, size and precision are all there. For this price however, you can get a model with a scanner and copier as...60
By GadgetSpeak on January 05, 2011
A small wireless laser printer that cannot annoy the lounge police as it can sit in a cupboard of behind the sofa and once you have connected it to a recent PC by a USB lead everything is done automatically no need even to insert a...80
By PC Advisor on August 31, 2010
The HP LaserJet Pro P1102w is faster than your average low-end laser, and it has wireless to boot. Unfortunately its toner is very expensive, making it appropriate only for low-volume users. Melissa Riofrio, pcworld.com...70
By PCWorld on August 30, 2010
This laser printer looks like a bargain, but its pricey toner makes it good only for low-volume use. Shop for the LaserJet Pro P1102w MerchantPriceMerchant Rating $176.00 Learn More » 5 Reviews » Supplies Guys $167.00 Learn More » ...60
By Macworld Australia on June 29, 2010
The P1102w is a good all-round laser: it’s a quality printer at an affordable price. There are undoubtedly cheaper options available that offer similar print quality and speed. However, the 1102w has an edge due to its power-saving features,...70
By Computer Shopper on May 01, 2010
This inexpensive mono laser is competent for a home or small office that doesn't print much and is strapped for space. But we've seen better models for the price....69
By itreviews.com on April 15, 2010
If you're looking for a low-cost laser with built-in wireless, the LaserJet P1102w is worth considering. It's compact, reasonably fast and has decent print quality. However, with Espon's excellent, albeit USB-only Epson Aculaser M1200...-
By Computeractive on April 15, 2010
Compact size and built-in wireless connection impress, but it’s fairly expensive to...60
By Trusted Reviews on April 13, 2010
One of the recent technologies to infiltrate the printer market is wireless. Where a Wi-Fi connection used to be included only on a limited number of models in a range and then in the more expensive, premium products, it's now becoming...70