- The most energy efficient laser printer on the planet1
- Automatic two-sided printing
- 2012 Buyers Laboratory Outstanding Achievement award winner for energy efficiency
The HP LaserJet Pro P1102 Printer saves energy with HP Auto-On/Auto-Off Technology4
Print energy efficiently2 with the advanced toner technology with the HP LaserJet P3015n
HP Officejet Pro 8100 ePrinter uses up to 50% less energy than with color lasers3
- Trade any brand any product
- HP Media Supplies support sustainable forest practices
- Free supplies recycling (including postage)
HP Trade-in gives you fair market value for your aging technology (any brand) when you upgrade to new HP technology
Use paper made from FSC®-certified fiber that's easy to recycle5
The HP Planet Partners supplies recycling program makes it easy to recycle your HP ink and Laser Jet cartridges for free6
Except where noted, all prices are estimated U.S. HP prices. Actual prices from other locations or websites may vary. Promotions subject to terms and conditions. HP reserves the right to modify or withdraw these promotions at any time. Leasing information, where displayed, is for a 48-month lease. Shipping and tax not included.
1 Energy consumed per page printed based on TEC measurements as reported by energystar.gov and eu-energystar.org.
2 This device uses up to 13 percent less energy per page than previous models.
3 (NA/LAR) Majority of color laser printers <US$300, March 2011, OJ Pro with highest-capacity cartridges. Energy use based on HP testing. For details, see
(EMEA) Majority of color laser printers <€200 excluding VAT, March 2011, OJ Pro with highest-capacity cartridges. Energy use based on HP testing. For details, see
(AP) Most industry-leading color laser printers <US$300 (<US$400 in India), March 2011, OJ Pro with highest-capacity cartridges. Energy use based on HP testing.
For details, see www.hp.com/go/officejet.
4 HP Auto-On and Auto-Off capabilities subject to printer and settings.
5 May not be recyclable in your area. Not all areas recycle the same. What actually gets recycled depends on the local sorting system.
6 HP cartridge return/recycling available in 42 countries and territories.