|LaserJet Pro M148fdw All-in-One Laser Printer with Fax, Black from Currys PC WorldLaserJet Pro M148fdw All-in-One Laser Printer with Fax, Black
Fast printingGet through multiple jobs and keep up with the pace of your business with the HP LaserJet Pro M148fdw All-in-One Laser Printer with Fax. With fast and automatic double sided printing, you can get the first page out in just seven seconds.Using Apple AirPrint, Google Cloud Print or the HP app, you can easily send jobs to the printer in moments from your phone.Quality cartridgesUsing HP toner you can produce sharp text, bold black tones and crisp graphics. And if you want to print a huge number of pages without worrying about regular replacement, HP’s high yield cartridges can print up to 2800 pages.Energy efficientQuiet and energy efficient, the LaserJet Pro M148fdw helps you save on energy without slowing you down. The auto-on and auto-off features make sure that you won’t accidentally leave the printer on. Designed to help keep costs low and save on time and resources, the LaserJet Pro Printer is a great addition to any office.
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