HP Color Laserjet Pro MFP 3301fdw Wireless All-in-One Color Laser Printer, Office Printer, Scanner, Copier, Fax, ADF, Duplex, Best for Office (499Q5F)

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  • FROM AMERICA’S MOST TRUSTED PRINTER BRAND – Perfect for small teams printing, scanning and copying professional-quality color documents and reports plus fax. Print speeds up to 26 ppm black/color.
  • PROFESSIONAL PRODUCTIVITY – Proficiency with every print—next-generation TerraJet toner brings your business to life with more vivid colors
  • UPGRADED FEATURES – Fast color printing, scan, copy, fax, auto 2-sided printing, 2-sided single-pass scanning, auto document feeder, and a 250-sheet input tray
  • AWARD-WINNING RELIABILITY – Performance you can count on page after page, and always ready for the high demands of business
  • WIRELESS PRINTING – Stay connected with dual-band Wi-Fi with self-reset, which automatically detects and resolves connection issues
  • PROTECTS YOUR DATA – Built-in HP Wolf Pro Security uses a powerful suite of customizable tools that boosts security and helps keep networks protected against cyber threats and malware
  • HP APP – Print, scan, copy, or fax right from your smartphone with the easiest-to-use print app
  • SUSTAINABLE DESIGN – Decrease your carbon footprint with a printer and toner cartridges built to reduce plastic use and energy consumption. The 3301fdw is Energy Star and EPEAT certified. Recycle your toner cartridges with HP Planet Partners.
  • This printer is intended to work only with cartridges with original HP chips or circuitry and will block cartridges using non-HP chips or circuitry. Periodic firmware updates will maintain the effectiveness of these measures.
HP Color Laserjet Pro MFP 3301fdw Wireless All-in-One Color Laser Printer, Office Printer, Scanner, Copier, Fax, ADF, Duplex, Best for Office (499Q5F)
HP Color Laserjet Pro MFP 3301fdw Wireless All-in-One Color Laser Printer, Office Printer, Scanner, Copier, Fax, ADF, Duplex, Best for Office (499Q5F)


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Specification: HP Color Laserjet Pro MFP 3301fdw Wireless All-in-One Color Laser Printer, Office Printer, Scanner, Copier, Fax, ADF, Duplex, Best for Office (499Q5F)

Item Weight

44.7 pounds

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Date First Available

March 29, 2024



Max Input Sheet Capacity


Sheet Size

8.5 x 13, 4 x 6, 5 x 8

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8 reviews for HP Color Laserjet Pro MFP 3301fdw Wireless All-in-One Color Laser Printer, Office Printer, Scanner, Copier, Fax, ADF, Duplex, Best for Office (499Q5F)

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  1. Mac Marques

    Realmente uma grata surpresa. Nunca mais uso jato de tinta.

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  2. Amazon Customer

    I love my LaserJet colour printer. It is a little bit large, but I found a spot for it. It is beautiful and functions perfectly. All the copies are very clear and I haven’t had to replace the cartridges yet so I can’t tell you if it’s worth the money, or at least I can’t give a five until I know.

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  3. RUL

    excelente impresora y tamaño pequeño

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  4. echobunny

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     I got this to replace an Epson inkjet printer that had been declining over the last few years and stopped printing most colors. This is by far the most expensive printer I’ve ever purchased, but I wanted a really good quality printer that would last me a long time and print reliably every time. So far, I’m really pleased.

    Initial Setup – I was a little concerned after reading reviews that it would take me hours and several calls to customer support to get this thing set up, but it was actually really easy. The instructions list a website to visit to download the software, so I just followed the instructions and was all set up within a few minutes. I did not need to connect the printer to any computers, I just followed the instructions and was able to get everything connected. Make sure you download the mobile and desktop apps and register on the HP Smart website, where you can manage your printer settings.

    Mobile App – I didn’t love the idea of using a mobile app for a printer, but it is actually pretty cool. There’s a lot of neat features on there, like printables, which has a bunch of free things to print, such as calendars, coloring pages, activity sheets, cards, crafts, all sorts of stuff! There’s also mobile faxing and scanning, the ability to create photo books and more. I probably won’t use many of these features, but I do think they are nice to have.

    Print Quality – I don’t print a ton of stuff, but I did a few test prints and they look fantastic so far. Nice quality and clean printing.

    Mobile Printing – I didn’t have to do anything special to print a photo from my phone. I just opened the photo on my phone, tapped the share icon, selected print, and it defaulted to the printer. It took about 30 seconds, but the quality was great on regular printer paper. You may need to keep the photo/file open until you see the print dialog on your phone show that the item is printing.

    Scan to Email – This was a bit challenging to set up, but I found a helpful article so I’ll share how I did this. First, from the desktop HP Smart app, I added our email addresses to the address book in the scan tab. You also MUST have an outgoing email address set up in order to scan to email, so I created a Gmail account for the scanner. In the outgoing email profiles, I added this email address, used smtp.gmail.com for the server and port 465. Check the “SMTP server requires authentication” box and enter the email address & password. When I tested it, I got an email that Google blocked the attempt so I researched and found an article instructing to allow less secure apps and had a link (just add /settings/security/lesssecureapps to the Google URL to access this setting). I turned less secure apps on for the printer account, and that did the trick. Note that a copy of each scan will be saved in the sent folder of that email account.

    2-Sided Printing – This was not the default setting on my printer, but I was able to select my default print settings from the HP Smart website

    Touchscreen – I think the touchscreen is easy to use. If setup is required for anything, it will display a message explaining exactly how to do what’s needed, so that’s really helpful.

    I’ve only had this printer a short time, but I’m really pleased with it so far.

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  5. HiHoSteveO

    I bought this HP Color Laser Printer to replace an older wireless Dell and I absolutely love it! I don’t use the fax so I can’t speak to that but am a medium volume printer user and this one was so easy to set up and fully connect to my WiFi network. It literally took me 15 minutes to connect, install the app and wirelessly use it on all my Apple devices, iPad, iPhone and Mac Air. The quality of the prints are flawless, straight/positioned correctly and true color. The little 3 inch screen was easy to use, although if the screen was a little bigger it would be nice. Holds a ton of paper, fairly quiet printing and very fast. So far, I couldn’t be happier! A little pricy for the printer and for the toner cartridges but I’m sure it will be worth it. It’s pretty big but very nice looking. I like the top feeder and the single sheet feeder, both I know I will use a lot. Duplex will be great when I need it. Love this one!

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  6. RLL

    Excellent printer at a good price. I got a $100 rebate off the normal price.

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  7. Juan Hernandez

    Muy buen equipo, funcional y de alta calidad de impresión y escaneo. El detalle como siempre el alto costo de los cartuchos, pero es lo normal en este tipo de impresoras. Compensa sin duda la inversión.

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  8. D. Chandler

    So I did some research and this HP Color LaserJet Pro looked nice and compact, it had some good reviews, and the price was right. I checked it out on some YouTube videos for setup and replacing toner cartridges and everything was so simple to do. I only use Macs and the Color LaserJet Pro was supposedly compatible with macOS. So, I took the printer out of the box, ran the initial setup, checked the toner cartridges, put in some paper, ran the print demo, connected to my 2.4 GHz WiFi Network, and printed a one-page PDF file from my 2015 MacBook Pro in another room. I didn’t need to install any HP drivers or anything else. The printer was instantly recognized on my network and was ready to go after a minute or so of initialization. Now the LaserJet Pro connects and prints instantly whenever I turn it on.

    I have to say this printer puts out some beautiful print and it will likely be the last printer I will ever need. I was blown away by the color-print demo. I don’t know why I waited so long to buy a decent laser printer. I don’t think this printer is expensive at all and as long as the toner cartridges stay working, I don’t mind paying the price of genuine HP toner cartridges. It will probably take me years to use up the toner in those cartridges and I even bought a spare black toner cartridge just in case. I am honestly pleased with this Color LaserJet Pro and I highly recommend it for basic print jobs. Printing from my Mac running Mojave OS was a breeze. I don’t think printing gets any easier than this. I’m going to play around with it a bit, such as printing from my smartphone or my other Macs. I basically use my MacBook Pro laptop daily to do everything, so that’s all I need to print from. I really didn’t need a color laser printer, but now I have one if I ever need to print something in color. For me, it’s totally worth it if I’m going to use it for years. The printer came in handy right away, as I need to return a corrupted PNY SSD to Amazon, so I printed the return shipment code to give to the UPS store. I had to give this printer a 5-star rating. I don’t see any cons for the short-term. If it keeps on working as it is, then it’s perfect.

    I bought this Color LaserJet Pro as a replacement printer for some older crappy, multi-function HP Color-Jet printer I had been using over the past few years. I rarely print anything, so on occasion (every few months), whenever I needed to print or copy something important, the ink-jet cartridge was either partially clogged or dried out. That’s even after I removed the ink-jet cartridges, used the nozzle cover, and placed them in plastic ZipLoc bags. It drove me bonkers and so I decided to trash that freaking ink-jet printer. No more ink-jets for me. I wasn’t trying to save money. It’s just that I rarely printed documents and didn’t realize there was a problem with those crappy ink-jet cartridges always getting clogged no matter how carefully I treated them. My advice is… Stay away from ink-jet printers for document printing unless you’re going to use them every day.

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