Get fast speeds and powerful productivity with the LaserJet Pro 3001dwe with HP+ included at no additional cost. Get laser quality black & white printing for all your business documents. Includes HP+ smart office features so you can set up and manage printers in multiple locations with a single dashboard. Never run out of toner with an optional subscription for Instant Ink for lasers.
From the manufacturer
What is HP+?
The HP+ Smart Printing System gives your printer exclusive advanced features like automatic updates, enhanced 24/7 security monitoring, dedicated support and more. HP+ is included with this printer at no additional cost.
What’s required to operate this printer?
This HP+ printer only works with an HP account, Original HP Toner Cartridges and internet connection for the life of the printer.
What if I don’t want to set up an account or connect to the internet?
A standard version of this printer without HP+ features and requirements is available. To learn more, visit hp.com/standard.
How can I set up and manage multiple printers for my company?
The HP Smart Admin Dashboard, included at no extra cost with this printer, makes it easy to set up new printers, invite new users, manage settings, and monitor usage and security for multiple HP printers across multiple locations.
Is Instant Ink for lasers required with this printer?
Instant Ink for lasers is an optional subscription service. The optional subscription monitors toner usage and delivers cartridges before you run out to one or multiple locations, all with one consolidated bill.
keyser soosie –
Love my new wireless printerMy desk area at work has been recently reconfigured and I carved out a space for a printer that would free up desk/under my desk space. Unfortunately, I could not have a network cable fed through heavier furniture items so we purchased this as a solution. I was used to my simple HP M series, but the convenience of a wireless couldn’t be beat. There is no front tray, which was an adjustment. Also, printing on various textured/label items took some figuring out. You need to select the right type of paper. For example, I printed on cardstock and the ink wouldn’t “stick” and was pretty speckled. I used to select “medium weight” and it was fine on my previous printer, but it didn’t work for this one. I selected “coarse” and it prints great. So a little learning curve. Also figuring out how to put labels in the tray is always a hassle and not super intuitive. Miraculously, this is just so easy, it’s face up. Not flipped over and upside down as with most other printers. I have yet to print an envelope so I’m sure it’ll be interesting.
Steve Ropiak –
Great home printerThe best part is that it has wired and wireless wifi. None of the newer wireless HP Printers I’ve tried like my google wifi access points. Be warned that There’s no USB port. Also, there is no software included. It took two downloads to get the thing up and running, but my other Windows 10 & 11 computers found and added it seamlessly once fully configured. Overall, a good buy if you’re looking for a light-duty, home, B&W laser printer.
Miles W. –
Great Value, Easy SetupI bought this to replace my beloved P2035N that I’ve had for 15 years. Nothing wrong with it, but needed WiFi printing so that others in the house no longer need to email me their print jobs.Setup was straightforward (for wireless setup, DO NOT plug in direct before setup. I did this, and the Easy Setup program just stalled. I went into the Control Panel, removed the printer, and started over). The whole process took about 5 minutes, although I really didn’t want to set up an HP account and I couldn’t tell if it was really necessary. I did however, skip the trial for the ink subscription.The print quality is good, and the speed is slightly faster than my old printer. This one doesn’t feel as solid, but the price was right and it works well. Wireless printing is a breeze and I think I’ll be happy with it.
Kevin Legg –
A dependable cost efficient HP Printer that doesn’t require HP tonerI’ve always bought HP printers for home and office because they are workhorses. The model I purchased does not require HP toner so if you choose to go with a third party product it will work. Personally I did buy the HP toner replacement for this printer to replace the “in box” cartridge.
Only Printing, no scanning or copying!The description says it has phone scanning, so I thought the printer has a scanner! I’m guessing you can only use the app on your phone to scan? This printer cannot scan or make copies! It can only print! If you only need a printer to print than this is for you! The paper goes in the middle, you just have to remove the tapes. Good price for printer if you just need to print and east set up!
Sally L. Vanbeek –
Laser printerThe set up was easy and great print quality
hp-eprint capable (read instructions below)Great printer for the price. When I first plugged it in, the rollers made some noise, but I found out later this was normal for initial start up.It has an ethernet card, so you can connect it to your router with an ethermet cable (Cat 5,6, etc…). This ethetnet connectivity is very helpful since you can simultaneously be on the internet and print to your printer, without having to disconnect from the internet and then connect to Wi-Fi direct. Assuming your phone is on the same wireless router.Also can connect wirelessly to your WiFi router. This allows you to easily print from you phone if your phone is also connected to the WiFi.It also support WiFi direct printing.Additionally you can register the printer with HP through the HP Smart app, and it will assign your printer a unique HP email address. This is known as HP e-print. This allows you to email any document (photos, pdf, emails, etc…) through whatever email service you use by using your unique hp email address and as long as your printer is connected on line, you’ll receive your print out.This is a good solution for those who liked the ease of Google Cloud print. As you may know Google discontinued their cloud print service in January of 2021.To set up hp e-print, you’ll first need to connect the printer to your router network. Then on your phone connect to the same wireless network… then go to the Hp Smart App and add the printer. Once added, then tap on the printer icon until printer info drops down. Then scroll down to Network Information. Then write down the IP Address. It’s 4 sets of numbers with 4 periods between them.Then enter those numbers into your phone’s browser. This will take you directly into your printers web page. Then enter the tab that says “HP Web Services “. You’ll need to agree to activate the web services. Then you’ll need to print out the information sheet which will contain your printers unique “Claim Code”. Once you have your printers claim code, go back to HP Smart app and register your printer with the claim code, and then you’ll receive your unique hp email address. It’s a bunch of numbers and letters followed by “@hpeprint.com”.Now you can send any document you want to print from anywhere in the world to your printer. Simply by emailing it to your unique email address..In addition the app gives you an opportunity to change the first part of the email address to something that’s more easily remembered (instead of a string of randomly generated numbers and letters)Hope this helps!(If anyone from HP is reading this, please include these instructions in the owners manual)
JANET LEE CRADDOCK –
Nice printerWe bought this for our retail store. It works well and the cartridge lasts a good time!
Mr. James B. Leahy –
It works, is easy to set up and handles different size papers well.Needed a monochrome 2-sided printer.This one fits the bill, and is in no way a day-to-day business printer.Quality is workable. Printed 4 lines of text on 1,600 reprinted fliers. The “introductory cartridge” is just that: It introduces itself, then runs dry. So get a cartridge somewhere when you get this printer.They do not include this with their smartprint 3-mos free ink. That was disappointing.Support: HP support for the printer I returned was nonexistent. So don’t count on it. Instead, watch the free return date on Amazon and decide whether to keep it because you’ll be on your own.That being said, I’ll keep this because it does what it needs to.
Hanna E. –
Was kind of a pain to set up wireless but now it worksWhen I got it set up, it took a couple tries for the wireless networking to successfully set up. I had to try my phone and laptop, and finally connected the laptop wirelessly to the printer and then it set up successfully. It works pretty well now. Also one annoying thing – I have to press the power button twice for it to turn off. I don’t leave it in because I don’t print often. It should be a little less work.