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The Smallest HP Laser Printers: HP LaserJet M15 & M28

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HP’s trend of the “Smallest Laser Printer” began with the LaserJet M15 (print only) and M28 (Multifunction) series, which has now evolved into the HP LaserJet Pro M110 and M140. These compact devices are designed with micro and small businesses in mind to fit anywhere, while still offering fast and productive printing.

The New Models Are The LaserJet M110 & M140

HP has always claimed to have the smallest laser printers.

On the release of the HP LaserJet M15 and M28 series, Premal Kazi, the head of Home Business Printing At HP said:
“The micro-business economy has never been stronger, and today’s entrepreneurs are looking for smaller design-oriented products that occupy less space, deliver excellent print quality and make it easy to print from a smartphone. We designed our new LaserJet Pro line with ease of use, size and mobility in mind so that they can focus on running their business, whether in a home office, shared working space or on the go.”

That outlook didn’t change when they updated the line and released the LaserJet M110W, which replaced the M15 (Print only). And the LaserJet M140, which replaced the M28 (Multifunction).  These printers were kept mostly the same, keeping HP’s pride in small printers, with high-quality performance. But by now, the LaserJet M15 and M28 would have outdated features, especially compared to the M110 and M140 models, which also support HP Plus.

To put the small size of these printers in perspective, the HP LaserJet M110 and M140 printers are about as tall as a pencil or smartphone when closed, allowing for seamless integration wherever you might need it. They may be the smallest laser printers available, but that doesn’t restrict them in printing power, offering great print quality for documents, and good speeds, capable of reaching up to 19 pages per minute.

Differences

The HP Laserjet M110 and M140 series of printers kept the same usability, quality and compact sizes and toner cartridges as their predecessors. Besides updated firmware and HP Plus support, the new series of printers have the same specs and features as the LaserJet M15 and LaserJet M28 series.

HP LaserJet M15W

HP LaserJet M15

Specifications

Print Only
USB & Wireless Connectivity
600 x 600 DPI
150 Sheet Paper Tray
Printer dimensions (W x D x H) – 346 x 189 x 159 mm

HP LaserJet M110W

HP LaserJet M140 The Smallest Laser Multifunction Printer

Specifications

Print Only
USB & Wireless Connectivity
600 x 600 DPI
150 Sheet Paper Tray
Printer dimensions (W x D x H) – 346 x 189 x 159 mm

HP LaserJet M28W

HP LaserJet M28

Specifications

Print, Scan & Copy
USB & Wireless Connectivity
600 x 600 DPI
150 Sheet Paper Tray
Printer Dimensions (W x D x H) – 360 x 264 x 197 mm

HP LaserJet M140W

HP LaserJet M140 The Smallest Laser Multifunction Printer

Specifications

Print, Scan & Copy
USB & Wireless Connectivity
600 x 600 DPI
150 Sheet Paper Tray
Printer dimensions (W x D x H) – 360 x 264 x 197 mm

Verdict

The HP Laserjet M110 and M140 series of printers are simple, but effective updates to the LaserJet M15 and M28, keeping the sizes as small as possible, but modernised with an updated print engine and support of HP Plus. Despite being the smallest HP laser printers, these refreshed models are fantastic replacements to their predecessors.

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2 comments

Wou 8 February 2023 at 8:39 am

Does this come with or without HP’s aggressive extortion Instant Ink software?

Reply
Adam Whitehead 15 February 2023 at 10:15 am

Hi Wou

Thank you for your comment.
No, HP Instank Ink is not supported on either of the printers in this post.

Hope this helps
Thank you
Adam
The Printerbase Team

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