Pure laser printers specialize in solid, resistant text prints produced by the LaserJet Pro P1102 with a resolution of 600 x 600 pixels - standard for its device class. Interpolated, the device also reaches 1,200 x 1,200 pixels. According to HP, the printing speed is up to 18 pages (A4) per minute, which is also within the expected range and should be perfectly adequate for the target group. On the other hand, the printer is very fast on the first page. It should only need about 8.5 seconds.
Somewhat small is the paper cassette, which holds only 150 sheets, and as so often in the low-priced models of a manufacturer, the LaserJet Pro P1102w with a half-empty and thus, from user perspective, just not half full toner for 700 sheets delivered. To buy it then there is a toner for 1,600 pages, one hundred more than its predecessor. In purely arithmetical terms, this results in print costs of around 3.3 cents per page for a toner price of just over 50 euros. If the print jobs are limited, this is to get over. However, progressive printers should opt for a more expensive laser printer (and therefore more lucrative in terms of operating costs) - in the long term, the higher initial outlay costs amortize quite quickly.
One last word on the dimensions. They are only 34.9 x 23.8 x 19.6 centimeters for the LaserJet Pro P1102w, confirming once again the trend towards a compact, space-saving design - not to mention the deep black case, which looks very stylish. Inexpensive has not been synonymous with "cheap" for a long time.
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