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

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

HP LaserJet Pro M277dw Wireless All-in-One Color Printer
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Average customer review:
( stars, based on 998 reviews)

Product Description

HP Color LaserJet Pro MFP M277dw. You'd never expect this much performance from such small package. Speed through tasks, using a wide range of productivity and workflow features-while consistently producing professional-quality prints. This loaded MFP gives you the tools you need to get the job done quickly.4. Customer support # to call: 1 (800) 474-6836
Class 1 laser product, 0mW power output

Product Details

  • Size: 16.5 x 16.4 x 12.7 in
  • Color: White
  • Brand: HP
  • Model: B3Q11A#BGJ
  • Fabric type: N/A
  • Number of items: 1
  • Dimensions: 12.70" h x 16.50" w x 16.40" l, 35.90 pounds
  • Memory: 256MB
  • Native resolution: 600 x 600
  • Display size: 3


  • Speed through tasks, using a wide range of productivity and workflow features-while consistently producing professional-quality prints. This loaded MFP gives you the tools you need to get the job done quickly.
  • Stay on top of pressing business demands-whether you're in the office or on the go.[3] HP's wide range of mobile printing features let you work securely from wherever business takes you.[3]
  • Bring out the best in your MFP. Get more high-quality pages than ever, using Original HP Toner cartridges with Jet Intelligence.[7] Help ensure peak printing performance, and get the authentic HP quality you paid for-unmatched by the competition.
  • Seamlessly manage the flow of information to and from your devices, using innovative HP Jet Advantage business workflow and printing solutions. Increase MFP and data security, and stay connected to your work with wired and wireless capabilities.
  • This HP Printer is compatible with Windows 10 (printer driver update may be required)

Customer Reviews

Most helpful customer reviews

492 of 503 people found the following review helpful.
4Do NOT remove the clear plastic on top of the scanning glass!
By Jason Douglas
This is a great printer, as many others have attested, but there's just one serious flaw: the setup instructions. The ones which shipped with my printer incorrectly instruct the user to remove a transparent piece of plastic over the scanning glass used by the ADF, however doing so will ensure the ADF always jams (as several other reviewers have noted). Do NOT remove this piece of plastic!!

Apparently enough people returned their printer after removing this critical component of the paper feed path, that HP got the message and updated their online documentation, to fix the glaring error. (See the photo I've attached of the old and new instructions, big difference huh?) Unfortunately, some of these printers are still shipping with the old instructions.

Everything else about this printer thus far has been great, but I'm docking one star for the poor instructions. Meanwhile, I'll just have to live with no ADF functionality for the next several weeks while I wait for my replacement printer to arrive...

385 of 395 people found the following review helpful.
5Perfect Fit for My Home Office - Meets/Exceeds Expectations
By DCrants
This printer came out at just the right time for me. I was looking for a small business/home office laser to upgrade from my previous inkjet. I considered a wide range of other color laser printers, including Brother, Samsung, and Canon but was primarily focused on the HP M476dw. My only concern with that was the size of the thing and slightly higher than ideal cost. Luckily, this printer was released last week (April 11, 2015) and seems to fit my needs better than the M476dw.

Size: HP claims it is 40% smaller than the previous model (M276) and I believe them. This is hardly much taller than the HP inkjet I had and really a perfect size for a home office.

Setup: Pretty straightforward. Took me a total of maybe 10 minutes to install the software and have things up and running. Scan to Network wizard walks you through setting up the printer to scan directly to a drive on your network. The most difficult part of setup (and it wasn't difficult at all) was the Scan to email wizard...I had to Google the Gmail SMTP settings for that to work...took all of 15 seconds. Now the printer can scan directly to an email address sent from any of the email accounts I set up on the device. I have 2 email addresses currently on there, my business and a personal one, both are run via Google and both send scans directly from the printer with no issues.

Printing: This being my first color laser experience outside of a large office environment, I can say I'm pretty impressed. The color seems to be great to my eyes...certainly much better than any color laser printers I've ever used in the consulting world (including large clients and major firms I've worked for). Warm-up to print the first page is much quicker than my inkjet. Printing duplex is smooth and also quick.

Scanning: No issues that I can see. Works well and changing settings (file type, quality, etc.) is easy right from the front control panel. The only downside is no duplex scanning. Bummer. I would have really liked that but that was the concession I made in getting this vs. the much larger and more expensive M476dw model.

Copying: Also works as you would expect. You can copy 2 single-sided pages to 1 double-sided sheet but, since there's no duplex scanner, you can't make direct photocopies of two-sided sheets of paper. Quality of the copy is great and again, fast.

Toner: I can't actually verify this, but HP claims their new toner with JetIntelligence expands the print capacity by 28%. Hopefully that's true. They also claim some other bells and whistles...who knows. The cartridges included with the printer are not regular yield toner cartridges but are rated by HP to 1500 pages for the black and 700 pages for the color. So you've got some time to test them out before buying replacement toner.

That's my take on this printer. Since this is a new model with no reviews I wanted to get this out there to help anyone that was in the same spot as me. Even though it's new and I definitely haven't pushed it to any limits or anything, works perfect for my needs (home office, small management consulting practice in the DC Metro area). I did not purchase through Amazon (hence no Verified Purchase) but I was lucky enough to find a 15% off any one item for a chain store and this knocked the price down on this new model significantly. Feel free to ask any questions and I'll get to them when I can.

257 of 270 people found the following review helpful.
5I can highly recommend it without any reservations
By BobbyBoy
I was hesitant about this purchase, due to the new technology, and lack of reviews. Having had it now for a few days, I can highly recommend it without any reservations. Both the print and graphics are top notch. I did find the colors to be slightly over-saturated when set to the default, but the software provides for numerous adjustments in copy quality.

You will want to set the scan quality to at least 300 DPI, as the default is 75, which was unacceptable to my eye. Also, if you are a Comcast customer, be sure to set your outgoing mail port to 587 SSL, when configuring for scanning to email. The default was 25 which didn't work.

Printing from a sleep state is incredibly fast. The double-sided printing is also the fastest I've encountered as well. Toner usage is yet to be determined, but hopefully the HP claims will hold true.

I should add that the setup was the easiest I have ever encountered. No cartridges to unbox and insert or tapes to pull. The wireless setup was quick and uneventful. So, 5 stars for now, but I'll update if I encounter any hitches.

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