HP LaserJet M209dw Wireless Monochrome Printer with built-in Ethernet & fast 2-sided printing, Instant Ink ready (6GW62F)

(10 customer reviews)


Brand HP
Connectivity Technology Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, USB, Ethernet
Printing Technology Laser
Special Feature Auto-Duplex, Network-Ready, Energy Star Certified, Cloud Print Enabled
Color Gray
Model Name M209dw
Printer Output Color
Maximum Print Speed (Color) 0.01 ppm
Max Printspeed Monochrome 30 ppm

  • BEST FOR SMALL BUSINESSES AND HOME OFFICES – Print high-quality black & white docs like forms, reports and business documents
  • FASTEST TWO-SIDED PRINTING IN ITS CLASS – Black & white precision laser printing plus wireless connectivity
  • TONER DELIVERED BEFORE YOU RUN OUT – Never run out of toner with an optional Instant Ink subscription for laser printers.
  • HP SMART APP – Print, scan and copy from your phone—from anywhere
  • SCAN TO CLOUD – Scan documents from your phone straight to Dropbox, Google Drive and more
  • ULTRA-FAST PRINT SPEEDS – Print up to 30 pages per minute single-sided, up to 19 pages per minute two-sided
  • DUAL BAND WI-FI – With self-reset that automatically detects and resolves connectivity issues
  • STRONG SECURITY – Built-in security features help protect your printer from potential attacks
  • 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. More at


The HP LaserJet M209dw offers high-speed two-sided precision laser printing, plus smart setup and reliable connectivity.

From the manufacturer

laserjet m209dw printer capable compact size

black and white monochrome fast printing 2-sided smartphone printer dual band wireless


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Additional information

Weight 12.35 kg
Dimensions 13.98 × 11 × 8.07 cm
Product Dimensions

13.98 x 11 x 8.07 inches

Item Weight

12.35 pounds





Item model number


Date First Available

April 11 2021

Country of Origin



HP Printers

10 reviews for HP LaserJet M209dw Wireless Monochrome Printer with built-in Ethernet & fast 2-sided printing, Instant Ink ready (6GW62F)

  1. Samantha W.

    Requires HP Account?Setup requires an account through HP’s new app. They wanted a ridiculous amount of network access and personal information, and a commitment to buy supplies only through HP. It’s a $150 printer. I just wanted to plug it in to a desktop and print stuff. Returning it and choosing a different brand.

  2. Shane Pan

    A privacy nightmareRequires an hp account, constant internet connection for drm, and doesn’t work with after market ink.

  3. Templeton G.

    Extortion by any other name…Setup is a nightmare that starts with odd button combinations and ends with a forced HP account setup that, if you skip, prevents you from using the printer. Also, STOP TRYING TO SELL ME INK IN THE MAIL, HP.Edit: Follow-up. Client has had to reconnect this printer numerous times over the past two months and now it simply won’t work at all. Connected to network/Internet, but computers can’t find it. Two IT consultants spent hours attempting to connect, no go. A call to HP Support produced no results. This printer is a disaster. HP has become a bottom-of-the-barrel company. Going to replace it with literally any other brand. This office will no longer be purchasing Hewlett-Packard.


    QUALITYI am 75 years old and electronic gadgets (printers) don’t usually like me. I plugged in a USB cable between my computer and the printer and plugged the power cord in. All of a sudden a message appears on my screen . . . INSTALLED. What? It scared me, it’s so much smarter than I am. And it works!

  5. Mark P Phillippi

    buy a real printer like a m404nothing about the limited docs remotely provided what is needed to connect this printer.with no display, you have only a couple buttons and some lights to decipher why it is not connected.to do ANY config, you have to download the HP smart app and use it to try and find your printer. after 2 hours, I gave up and call the support number in the box. I was ask to connect a USB cable, when there is no port. Next I was told to reset the wireless on the printer and wait 2 hours… yes, 2 hours to allow the printer to find and auto connect. I wanted to use the actual ethernet port and a wired connection, but NEVER found any way to do that. It would never obtain an IP address. Finally gave up, packed it up and returned. bought an m404 and had it up and running in less than 15 min. If you enjoy painful customer service experiences, this is the printer for you. Otherwise, pay the extra $100 and get a real printer.

  6. M.A.

    Will not print without constant internet connectivityGot this for my son in college to use in his dorm room. I started to use the HP Smart app to set up – and when I got to the point where it was asking to connect an account I bailed out. Surely this is optional I figured… It has a USB port on it – with a sticker covering it (to discourage USB printing ?). However USB connection did work and he was able to print a test page. We said our goodbyes (this was move-in day) and headed home.He called us a few days later saying that it wouldn’t print at all. I went back down to his dorm – and sure enough it refused to print complaining that “setup was incomplete”. My solution was to buy him a small Brother non-wifi laser printer – and this works perfect. I sold this HP on Craigslist (at a big loss of course).There was even a Reddit thread recently on one of the IT subs ranting on this. It seems that new HP models that have ‘e’ in the model number are subject to this behavior. So exercise caution in buying those models if this is an issue for you.

  7. Sarah

    Worst printer everThis is the worst printer I have ever had. Setup is terrible and printer prints light.I don’t like have to have an app or join this and that and give all kinds of information todo so. Then your cartridge deal is not good either. Who prints 1500 copies a month, especiallywith this printer. Every time I try to print something, it doesn’t print so I have to go unplug it andplug it back in and then 2 sheets of useless paper prints that I did not ask for. It is terrible but Ihave waited too long to return it. Do Not Buy This Printer.

  8. Joel de Castro

    Awesome Laser PrinterMassive upgrade by miles from my old HP Laserjet p1102w. I never would have replaced my old one until it lost WiFi connection upon upgrading my modem. Old one has single band wireless connectivity and USB. That’s it. If you run into connectivity issues, all you can do is connect via USB and try to reconfigure its network connectivity via its built in web interface that totally sucks. Spent two nights attempting to reconnect it with no success. With this new printer, setting it up just took me 10 minutes, including the unboxing steps. Now I got faster printing that prints double-sided, dual band wireless 802.11b/g/n with Bluetooth, Ethernet connectivity (if needed), and USB. Totally worth the upgrade because of the new features I gained and how easier it is to set up. Highly recommend it for home office use.

  9. Jon Mepham

    Horrendous UI and non functional softwareIt prints fine but the software and apps are dreadful. The apps are the only way to interact with the printer and I would say they are unusably bad. The app indicates that the printer is connected but won’t show me network information so I don’t know what it’s connected to. The app says the print job has completed but nothing happened at the printer. There is no way to see a print queue so I have no idea what’s going on. Abysmal. No more HP products for me.

  10. Carole Ann Brown

    Took a long time to get it working properlyI like the small size, the speed and quality, but it was troublesome to set up and when we ran out of paper, we had to restart the printer after filling with paper to get it to work. A quirk? just our luck? We have it installed in a cabinet that isn’t easy to access, so I hope we don’t have to restart it next time we run out of paper

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