Hands-On Test Report: HP Officejet 100 Mobile Printer–Good Things Do Come in Small Packages

With the ID holder, slide a business card into this clear slot locked on the bottom of the printer in order to identify your printer.

The printer’s also equipped with a Kensington lock port (far right) for physically securing it.

What’s the most appropriate deployment for the Officejet 100 Mobile Printer? In short, it’s best for mobile workers who need to print business-quality documents and/or color photos and graphics, anywhere out in the field—whether in their car, client offices, airports, warehouses, etc., for claims adjusters, inspectors, researchers, etc., and also for anyone on the road or out in the field who wants to stop paying a fortune at print-for-pay shops such as Kinkos, Staples, hotel business services, etc., which charge upwards of 10¢ per page (black) and 50¢ per page (color) for prints. Moreover, since it has a comparably low black/color cost per page of 4.9¢/11.9¢, it can serve as your only (albeit very low volume) printer for locations with limited space–like a dorm room for example.

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