Small footprint. Strong smartphone integration. Auto-duplexing. Ethernet support.
High running costs. Subpar grayscale output.
- BOTTOM LINE
The HP LaserJet Pro M118dw is an inexpensive single-function monochrome laser printer with a strong feature set for the price, but high running costs and below-average grayscale output relegate it to a light-duty text printer.
June 20, 2019 5:55PM EST
Editors’ Rating: GOOD
The entry-level HP LaserJet Pro M118dw ($129.99) is designed for use in small offices, at sales counters, or as a personal or home-office monochrome laser printer. It’s fast, it has a respectable feature set for the price, it’s compact enough to fit on most desktops, and it supports automatic two-sided printing. Like most laser machines in this class, though, it’s somewhat expensive to use, thereby rendering it more suitable for low-volume printing. It’s a good choice for environments that need to churn out a couple of hundred text pages each month, but it can’t match the print quality of our Editors’ Choice, the Brother HL-L2370DW.
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