HP LaserJet Pro M277dw All-in-One Wireless Color Printer

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  • Overview

    The HP LaserJet Pro M277dw laser printer for Mac delivers professional-quality color documents and plenty of performance in a space-saving design for your small business. In addition to quick, high-quality printing, scanning, and faxing, this Mac laser printer is AirPrint enabled allowing you to print from iPhone or iPad. Plus specially engineered original HP Toner cartridges with JetIntelligence help the printer work faster and produce more pages.

    Highlights

    Main functions of the printer include color printing, scanner, copier, fax, wireless printing, AirPrint, two-sided duplex printing, color touchscreen, 50-sheet auto document feeder

    Prints up to 19 pages per minute

    Input tray paper capacity up to 150 sheets; duty cycle delivers up to 2,500 pages/month

    This AirPrint printer is designed for your iPhone or iPad; print through online services like iCloud with the HP Smart app, or print even without a network using Wi-Fi Direct printing; NFC touch-to-print enabled

    Print at the pace of business—first pages are ready in as fast as 7 seconds

    Choose Original HP Toner cartridges with JetIntelligence—engineered to help your printer print up to 40% faster and 33% more prints

    Easily take command of your printing environment from one central location, with HP Web Jetadmin

    Use Original HP Toner cartridges specially designed to work with your printer and avoid frustrating reprints, wasted supplies, and delays

    Did You Notice?

    Access time-saving, built-in business apps—just tap and swipe the 3-inch touchscreen.

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    Meeting the printing needs of small to medium businesses and work groups of up to five users.

    What’s in the Box

    HP LaserJet Pro M277dw All-in-One Wireless Color Printer

    HP 2010A Black Original LaserJet cartridge, Introductory HP LaserJet Color cartridge

    Installation guide

    Printer documentation and software on CD-ROM

    Power cord

    USB cable (6 ft./1.8 m)

    Tech Specs

    Connections: AirPrint , Ethernet, USB, USB 2, Wireless

    Other Functions: Copy, Fax, Scanner

    Height: 12.7 in./32.26 cm

    Length: 16.4 in./41.66 cm

    Width: 16.5 in./41.91 cm

    Weight: 35.9 lb./16.8 kg

    Black print speed: Up to 19 ppm

    Black resolution: Up to 600 dpi

    Color print speed: Up to 19 ppm

    Color resolution: Up to 600 dpi

    Trays: 2

    Max Paper Size: 12.7 by 35.56 in.

    Min Paper Size: 7.62 by 12.7 in.

    Other Paper Handling Features: Automatic Document Feeder, Duplex Printing

    Other Printer Features: Borderless Printing, Transparencies

    Printer Ink Tanks: 4

    Printer Technology: Laser

    Scanner resolution: Up to 300 by 300 dpi (color and mono ADF); up to 300 by 300 dpi, 600 by 600 dpi, 1200 by 1200 dpi (flatbed)

    System Requirements

    Operating System: Mac OS X v10.7 (Lion) or later, Windows 8, Vista, 7, or XP (SP3)

    Hard Drive: 1GB available hard disk space, 800MB available hard disk space

    Manufacturer Information

    Part Number

    Mfr. Part Number: B3Q11A#BGJ

    UPC or EAN No.: 888182470305

    Warranty

    Note: Products sold through this website that do not bear the Apple Brand name are serviced and supported exclusively by their manufacturers in accordance with terms and conditions packaged with the products. Apple’s Limited Warranty does not apply to products that are not Apple-branded, even if packaged or sold with Apple products. Please contact the manufacturer directly for technical support and customer service.

    Warranty: One-year exchange

  • iPhone Models

    iPad Models

  • 2.0 Average
    2 out of 5 stars
    Number of stars Percentage Number of reviews
    • 2.0 out of 5 stars

      Very Poor Wireless Compatibility

      HP Utility is slow to upgrade its drivers to their printers on new iMac models. Although printing wirelessly does actually work; it's when the printer goes int HP Utility is slow to upgrade its drivers to their printers on new iMac models. Although printing wirelessly does actually work; it's when the printer goes into "sleep" mode that the printer disconnects from the computer and will not "communicate" to ANY device/pc/iMac. It also occurs through Ethernet connections as well, although the driver does "wake" up from idle mode when initiating a printing cache. It does not have a two-sided color copying nor a SD card slot.

      • Written by Ricardo L from Stockton

      38 of 42 people found this useful

      Is this review useful?Very Poor Wireless Compatibility

    • 2.0 out of 5 stars

      Doesn't really function wirelessly, prints great when it works.

      I've had somewhat of a tremulous relationship with this printer. What it does very well: I've had it for over a year and still have 90% of the colors left o I've had somewhat of a tremulous relationship with this printer. What it does very well: I've had it for over a year and still have 90% of the colors left on the toner cartridges. I love that I don't have to replace ink cartridges every month like I've had to do with past printers. It prints out high quality images that do not smear or bleed. I also like the scanner as a document feed and flatbed. Saving directly to a USB flash drive is efficient and has always been accurate whether it's photos or text. What it does poorly: Wireless connectivity. I have no idea why HP can't get this right. It constantly disconnects. I love the full featured apps, but they do no good when your printer is 'offline' 95% of the time even with a reliable fiber optic connection (both wireless and wired ethernet connection). As soon as your printer falls asleep, you have to set it up as new all over again (cross your fingers it can even be discovered). I've spent countless hours with technical support all over the world and no one can seem to give me a solution. As previous reviews stated, AirPrint success is minimal. I love this printer when I plug it in, it works great, but I bought it for the wireless features that it claimed. Maybe in a few years HP will come up with a firmware update to fix it. Until then I have a classic plug and play printer, as I've spent too much time with technical support to get wireless printing to work even half of the time. Bottom line: If you don't mind plugging it in to USB, it's a great multifunctional device. The quality is superb, but the wireless features fall incredibly short.

      • Written by Ryan J from Minneapolis

      31 of 33 people found this useful

      Is this review useful?Doesn't really function wirelessly, prints great when it works.

    • 1.0 out of 5 stars

      Unreliable for small business

      The review (from HP and Apple) indicate that this is a fine printer. Buyer beware! Have had it a few months and no longer prints jobs any longer than 1-2 page The review (from HP and Apple) indicate that this is a fine printer. Buyer beware! Have had it a few months and no longer prints jobs any longer than 1-2 pages. Is it its small memory, lack of compatibility with Apple products, cheap quality? Who knows, there are no troubleshoots for this reality.

      • Written by DEBBIE Z from Amherst

      20 of 23 people found this useful

      Is this review useful?Unreliable for small business

    • 5.0 out of 5 stars

      Great Printer!

      I've been using this printer for about 8 months and it works flawlessly with our PCs (Windows 10), iPhones, iPad, and my MacBook Pro (macOS Sierra). The wireles I've been using this printer for about 8 months and it works flawlessly with our PCs (Windows 10), iPhones, iPad, and my MacBook Pro (macOS Sierra). The wireless scanner feature works well as does having the ability to use the sheet feeder for the scanner. I'm still on the original cartridges but bought a high capacity for when the black wears out. Make sure you download the latest computer software from HP and that you have it set to automatically update and you should be fine. As a musician and teacher the auto duplex feature is great. I thought the paper tray (tray 2) would be too small but I don't really have an issue. I would have liked a tray-loader for tray 1 as you have to feed one sheet at a time but that comes when you spend more money on a higher model. Been able to print on all paper types including transparencies. The printer is in the basement in my home office and our wireless router is on the floor above and haven't had any issues. On my iOS devices I can access the duplex, tray, and color options when printing documents or websites.

      • Written by Joshua W from TRAVERSE CITY

      2 of 2 people found this useful

      Is this review useful?Great Printer!

    • 1.0 out of 5 stars

      can't wirelessly network this printer

      I've literally tried everything for months and you can NOT wirelessly network this printer. This is SO disappointing! How can Apple sell this printer if it isn' I've literally tried everything for months and you can NOT wirelessly network this printer. This is SO disappointing! How can Apple sell this printer if it isn't compatible with their hardware :(

      • Written by Kimberly T from Guilford

      15 of 17 people found this useful

      Is this review useful?can't wirelessly network this printer

    • 2.0 out of 5 stars

      Doesn't really function wirelessly, prints great when it works.

      I've had somewhat of a tremulous relationship with this printer. What it does very well: I've had it for over a year and still have 90% of the colors left o I've had somewhat of a tremulous relationship with this printer. What it does very well: I've had it for over a year and still have 90% of the colors left on the toner cartridges. I love that I don't have to replace ink cartridges every month like I've had to do with past printers. It prints out high quality images that do not smear or bleed. I also like the scanner as a document feed and flatbed. Saving directly to a USB flash drive is efficient and has always been accurate whether it's photos or text. What it does poorly: Wireless connectivity. I have no idea why HP can't get this right. It constantly disconnects. I love the full featured apps, but they do no good when your printer is 'offline' 95% of the time even with a reliable fiber optic connection (both wireless and wired ethernet connection). As soon as your printer falls asleep, you have to set it up as new all over again (cross your fingers it can even be discovered). I've spent countless hours with technical support all over the world and no one can seem to give me a solution. As previous reviews stated, AirPrint success is minimal. I love this printer when I plug it in, it works great, but I bought it for the wireless features that it claimed. Maybe in a few years HP will come up with a firmware update to fix it. Until then I have a classic plug and play printer, as I've spent too much time with technical support to get wireless printing to work even half of the time. Bottom line: If you don't mind plugging it in to USB, it's a great multifunctional device. The quality is superb, but the wireless features fall incredibly short.

      • Written by Ryan J from Minneapolis

      31 of 33 people found this useful

      Is this review useful?Doesn't really function wirelessly, prints great when it works.