HP LaserJet Pro M102w Printer (G3Q35A)
HP LaserJet Pro M102w Printer (G3Q35A), We at Dayari Technologies are the leading suppliers of HP Laserjet Printers in Kenya
Simplify your setup with the compact and wireless LaserJet Pro M102w Monochrome Laser Printer from HP for rapidly creating sharp documents at up to 23 ppm with a first print out speed of 7.3 seconds. The quality comes from FastRes technology, which can boost the 600 x 600 dpi resolution to effectively 1200 dpi. Also, it features both a 150-sheet input tray and a 10-sheet priority slot for handling media from 3 x 5″ to 8.5 x 14″. Bumping up the usability is the implementation of Wi-Fi, in addition to USB 2.0, for connecting directly to computers and mobile devices. Additionally, it features a simple button LED control panel and features a monthly duty cycle of 10,000 pages.
HP Auto-On/Auto-Off Technology will help save energy when the printer is not in use.
Print wirelessly from a mobile device or computer thanks to built-in support for Apple AirPrint, Google Cloud Print 2.0, Mopria, and Wi-Fi Direct.
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HP LaserJet Pro M102w Printer (G3Q35A)
The HP Laserjet Pro M102w A4 Mono Laser Printer is certainly one of the most stylish personal printers around and would look good on the desk of any small or home office. But this small format printer is so much more than a good looker. With impressive print speeds of up to 40ppm and first page out in as fast as 5 seconds, the HP-Laserjet Pro-M102w is productive and capable. This is the perfect solution for individuals and workgroups who want to produce professional quality results easily and affordably.
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With high speed duplex printing that was fastest in class in independent BLI testing, you’ll handle multipage printing jobs with ease. And when you use genuine HP High-Yield Colour Toner cartridges with JetIntelligence, you’ll experience yields of 30% more than comparable brands, according to BLI tests. JetIntelligence is HP’s smart toner cartridge that detects toner wear and cartridge life to minimise printer downtime and keep you printing for longer. And with crisp text, sharp graphics and bold blacks, genuine HP toner produces exceptional print quality.
Print from your smartphone or tablet thanks to the HP-Laserjet Pro M102w’s full wireless connectivity. Easy to set up, you’ll be good to go straight from the box. Designed for efficiency, this mono printer is the perfect low energy solution for personal and small workgroup printing. And with quick and easy cartridge replacement thanks to auto seal removal and the straightforward click out, click in mechanism, the HP Laserjet Pro M102w is a no mess, productive, capable workhorse.
38% of genuine HP laserjet cartridges are manufactured with closed loop recycled plastic, and the HP remanufacturing programme is designed to give IT hardware a new lease of life, meaning all parts of your HP Laserjet Pro M102w’s body are fully recyclable. Toner cartridges and maintenance kit can be recycled conveniently and for free through HP.
Before getting into the HP M102w’s performance, it’s worth noting that of the competing models mentioned so far, the Dell E310, the Brother HL-L2340DW, and the Epson WF-M5194 were reviewed prior to the deployment of our current testing regimen; therefore, we can’t compare the print-speed-results of this LaserJet to the results of those models directly. That said, HP rates the M102w at 23 pages per minute (ppm). I tested it with our standard Core i5 Windows 10 testbed PC. When printing our lightly formatted Microsoft Word document, after averaging several attempts, I came up with only 15.2ppm. Not only is this significantly below its rating, but it’s also much slower than the Canon LBP151dw (27.5ppm).
When we included our graphics- and image-laden Excel, PowerPoint, and Acrobat PDF documents, the M102w’s print speed dropped by about a third, to 10.3ppm. Most printers’ print speeds tank by at least 40 percent at this point. The LBP151dw, for instance, printed the same documents at 15.4ppm—a higher drop percentage-wise, but still significantly faster than the M102w. In addition, HP rates the M102w’s first-page-out time at 7.3 seconds. After averaging several print runs, I came up with 11 seconds, which is 4 seconds behind the Canon LBP151dw.
While the M102w printed well-shaped and highly legible text down to the smallest size we measure (5 points), its graphics and images were inconsistent. Many of our charts and graphs came out with noticeable streaking, especially in dark backgrounds and gradients. These flaws were neither glaring nor unsightly enough to make our pages containing graphics unusable, but they’re enough to limit the M102w to internal use. We can’t recommend the M102w for printing external PowerPoint handouts, or for use in any other scenarios where your goal is to impress.
Photos, too, were mixed, with smaller photos displaying the best results. Our 4-by-6-inch snapshots were at least newspaper quality, but most of our 8-by-10-inch images came out with streaks similar to those we noticed in our business graphics, as well as a lack of detail (for a monochrome laser, that is) in some images.
If you plan to print more than a few hundred pages each month, the M102w’s running cost of 3.9 cents per page (based on HP’s price and page-yield numbers for this printer’s sole toner cartridge) should give you pause. A cost of upwards of 3 cents per page is not unusual for an entry-level monochrome laser printer like this, but nearly all of the M102w’s competitors have lower running costs. The Canon LBP151dw’s cost per page, for example, is 3.5 cents, and the Dell E310dw’s is 3.3 cents per page.
The more you print, the more these seemingly small differences cost you. If, however, your application does not require laser output, the Epson WF-M5194’s inkjet output is a significantly lower 1.6 cents per page, or 2.3 cents lower than that of the M102w. If you print 1,000 pages each month, opting for Epson’s monochrome inkjet rather than the M102w will save you about $276 per year—enough to buy a fair amount of black toner, or a lot of black ink.
If print quality is high on your list of attributes, the Canon ImageClass LBP151dw and the Dell Printer E310dw will serve you better than the HP LaserJet Pro M102w. If, on the other hand, running costs are important (and, of course, your application doesn’t require laser output), you might want to try Epson’s slightly more expensive WorkForce WF-M5194 ($209.99 at Epson) . But if all you need is to print a few hundred text pages (or pages containing images and graphics for internal use) each month, the M102w should serve you well, even though each page will cost you more than with many of its competitors. Keep in mind that you do not get automatic two-sided printing, though turning your pages over manually should not be a big deal if your print volume is low.
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