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jcpainter

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Posted: 03/19/21 12:32pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

I'm looking for a reasonably small wireless laser printer/scanner/copier. I can't seem to find one that meets all the criteria.

Does anyone know of one that meets ALL of the above criteria?

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What are your criteria? Not everyone thinks the same when it comes to size.


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HP Laserjet Pro M29W is most likely going to be about the smallest you are going to find that has scanning built in.

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From what I am reading it does scan in color, but it is only monochrome (B&W) for printing.

Due to the size, the input paper tray cannot store paper when closed.

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fj12ryder wrote:

What are your criteria? Not everyone thinks the same when it comes to size.


Most combination print/scan/fax all in one units seem be built under the assumption that everyone whats a full sized floor standing office copier.. Many of these units now days are way oversized and will not fit on a desk.. The average multi use printer takes up the space of 4 GC2 batteries (two stacks of two) and that would be on the small side.

I don't understand why they have grown, but they have..

HP does have some smaller printer/scanners which is most likely the direction the OP will need to go.

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Gdetrailer wrote:

HP Laserjet Pro M29W is most likely going to be about the smallest you are going to find that has scanning built in.

[image]

Found HERE

From what I am reading it does scan in color, but it is only monochrome (B&W) for printing.

Due to the size, the input paper tray cannot store paper when closed.


Thank you very much.

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Not a laser and Pricey but if you’re going to use it on the road as much as I do it’s worth the price:

https://www.amazon.com/HP-OfficeJet-250-Portable-Wireless/dp/B01HGD8R5S/ref=sr_1_2?dchild=1&keywords=hp+mobile+printer+250+all+in+one&qid=1616198948&sr=8-2


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I have the HP LaserJet Pro M29W that Gdetrailer referenced above and am very happy with it. Great output, low cost consumables and it does scan in color but only prints in Black.


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If size is important I'd look at a ink jet. you'll likely find many more choices.

Even then small size = $$$$$


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bob213 wrote:

I have the HP LaserJet Pro M29W that Gdetrailer referenced above and am very happy with it. Great output, low cost consumables and it does scan in color but only prints in Black.


Thank you so much for the review. I appreciate it and will probably order this one.

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ktmrfs wrote:

If size is important I'd look at a ink jet. you'll likely find many more choices.

Even then small size = $$$$$


Yes, but we want to keep this in the RV and so often the ink jet cartridges dry out when not used for a while.

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